Hey fifth graders, next
year you will be in middle school and here
at RCMS there will be some field trips that you can earn to go to.
Scandia field trips will be for people who do good in AR and for people
who are in Band. There is also the Eighth grade field trip to Knott's
Berry Farm. All of these field trips are privileges and have to be
If you join band here
at RCMS you will be able to go to
Scandia. To be able to go on this trip you can't be on the LOP (Lost of
Privilege) List. You get on this list if you get in trouble to much.
You can get off of this list if you get a contract. I you get this
contract you can’t get in trouble for 20 school days. Just don’t get on
the LOP List!!! All through the year you will be working hard in
band so don’t get in trouble and go to the Scandia trip with all your
friends in band. You’ll deserve it.
Read!!!! Here at RCMS if
you read you’ll be rewarded. IF you read
a lot you’ll be able to attend an A.R. Party. There is one A.R.
Party for every trimester. At the A.R. Party they will give you
chips, soda, lollipop, and a ticket or
tickets based on how much you read. Then you’ll sit down and watch a
movie. The best part about reading here at RCMS is the field trip to Scandia.
The top 100 readers in the whole school get to go to Scandia!!! Read a
lot in sixth grade and maybe you’ll be able to attend this trip!!
Field Trip/ 8th Grade Field Trip
The eighth grade field trip is a trip to Knott's Berry Farm. Most people say this is the best trip the school has to offer.
In order to make it to this trip you can’t be on the LOP List or get
nine F’s in your three years at RCMS. In this trip you’ll be able to be
with your friends and go around freely with one adult chaperone. This
is one of the days where you can have a lot of fun before you go on break
and enter high school.
Grade Field Trip
This year the sixth graders went on a field
trip. It was a play at Victoria Gardens. This is one of the many field
trips that these sixth graders will experience in their three years at
RCMS. Many students enjoyed it. Click play below to see some
interviews of some sixth graders.
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