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Welcome to RCMS!

Dear Students and Families:                                    

Welcome to the 2015–2016 school year! At Rensselaer Middle School we are committed to providing a safe, positive, and stimulating learning environment that will allow each student to grow as learners and as people.  We will empower students to become creative problem solvers and critical thinkers. We hope to inspire learners so that each child will have the maximum amount of success possible.

As I enter into my first year as principal, I would like to set high expectations for our students in regards to academic performance within the classroom, participation in co-curricular activities as well as responsible citizenship at school and in the community. I am asking each student to make a commitment to be a TEAM player, because Together Everyone Achieves More Success!

Middle school is a time of a change. It is an exciting time, but it can also be challenging with the increase in workloads and the social adjustment to being on a larger campus and having multiple teachers through the course of the day. I encourage all students to do the following to be successful in your transition and time in middle school:

  •   Be Safe - Follow safety guidelines and rules outlined in the school handbook and in classroom expectations.
  •   Be Responsible - Make a commitment to take responsibility for your actions.
  •   Be Respectful - Communicate with others in a respectful and meaningful way. Contribute to our school community in a collaborative respectful manner.
  •   Be Positive - Surround yourself with positive people. Make positive choices.
Parents, please make time to:

Ask your student(s) specific questions about their time at school.  For example, “What was the most interesting thing you did in math class today?” or “Tell me about your science experiment?”

Communicate with your child’s teachers and staff members to establish a successful home/school connection.  All of our teachers have classroom websites with their contact information, homework assignments, and useful resources.

 I encourage all students to connect with our school. Remind yourself you do not have to follow the crowd. Be yourself and even when no one is watching, do the right thing.  Parents, please help us by reinforcing school expectations at home. With your help, Rensselaer will continue to be a school community in which every person feels respected, valued, and is encouraged and challenged to achieve at the highest levels. Once again, welcome to Rensselaer Middle School! I am honored to serve as your principal.

Go Bombers!!!!

Mr. Eric Huffman



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