Good Morning Rochester Intermediate School Students and Staff!
Today is Monday, December 5, 2022
Please stand for the Pledge:
I pledge allegiance, to the flag, of the United States of America, and to the Republic, for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
And now for a moment of reflection
If you need a loaner chromebook, please visit the Tech Office before 8:30am.
It is important to remember your chromebook daily and to bring it charged and ready for class. Please carry your chargers in your case so if your battery gets low at the end of the day you can charge it. We are seeing more students for loaners everyday and only have a limited number of chromebooks.
Student Council is having a COZY SOCK DRIVE!!!
During your grade level lunch period
Sixth Grade Swing Choir:
We will continue rehearsing all Medieval production skits, speaking parts and soloists today and every day after school until our show next Thursday from 3:15-5:30 PM
Memorization Deadline is next Wednesday!
*Please see the recently updated Medieval Production Rehearsal Schedule on the Swing Choir Canvas page (or by clicking HERE). ALSO be sure to check this page regularly for the most up-to-date schedules and production-related information leading up to our show on December 15th at 4:30 held at the Rochester Fine Arts Auditorium on Route 29 JH/HS Campus!
6th grade band members interested in trying out for tenor saxophone or bass clarinet, please complete the form on canvas by today. A schedule will be sent to all interested students of times for try outs next week. See Mrs. Parker for questions!
There are no double routes today.
Today’s lunch menu includes:
Turkey & Cheese Wrap
Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza
Remember, “Rockets RISE Together” by demonstrating:
RIS Medieval Performance - December 15 at 4:30pm (RHS/RJHS Auditorium)
Early Dismissal (12:15pm) - December 22nd
No School -Winter Break- December 23rd - January 4th
We need more volunteers to attend PTO meetings this year in order to continue to operate. Can you make it to our next meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 5:15 pm in the RIS cafeteria? Hope to see you there! Here is a link to information about our meetings for the rest of the school year.
Lost and Found
Please remind your child(ren) to check out our lost and found table in the back of the cafeteria if they are missing any items. We have a large amount of items that are piling up on the lost and found table.
We need your help restocking our empty toilet paper tubes and paper towel tubes for STEAM activities and the Makerspace. If you can help us replenish our stock that would be greatly appreciated. Students can bring the tubes to Mrs. Flynn in the technology office. Thank you for your help!
For the Library newsletter, please check out this link!
All transportation changes must be submitted to the office no later than 2:00pm. Please call the office at 217-498-6215 or email your changes to Mrs. Lovett at email@example.com. Any request for transportation changes past 2:00 pm cannot be accepted. Thank you for your cooperation!
As a reminder, for parent pick-up at the end of the day, all parents should remain in their vehicles and follow the pick-up line around and to the front of the building. Please do not park in the parking spaces in order to pick up your child. Thank you for your help with this!
The low lunch balance alerts have been reactivated for all families. You will get an alert when your lunch balance is below $5.00. If you choose to shut off the alert, you will no longer get any school announcements.
We want to make sure every student has the option to access our student health services from day one. Be sure to take part in our Consent for Care Drive by signing the form at my.hazel.co/rochester3a. If you have already completed the form, thank you!
Why sign up?
When students are not feeling well, they often miss more school when they can’t see a doctor. We are making doctor visits available to all students through Hazel, so they can receive medical care and return to learning faster. Wondering whether your child has allergies or a potential flu? Your child says they have a headache that just won’t go away, and you’re not sure whether it’s serious? Will you need to leave work to drop off medicine at school?
Hazel can help by providing HIPAA-compliant video doctor visits through your school nurse’s office or from home. Hazel is a trusted resource for extended student health services, including:
Medical treatment: For stomach aches, headaches, sprained ankles, asthma concerns, and everything in between
Medication: Prescriptions written or over-the-counter provided at school when needed
Coordination: With family physician and school
Sign the form at this link now to be prepared for student health this school year: my.hazel.co/rochester3a
Parents who are unable to sign the form today can still sign up at any time during the school year. We encourage you to do this early, so you are prepared for student health this year.