What's Happening at GRMS

Congratulations to Hanna Beale
for winning an honorable mention in the county-wide State Attorney Anti-drug Poster Competition.
She wins a cash award and her work will go on a poster with other winners. The competition gets over 1000 entries from all over Baltimore County so this is a big deal.  Also, this is the 2nd year in a row we have had a winner in this competition.

Ninja fighting drugs


Art Show flyer with autism riboon

Golden Ring Middle School will be hosting our Art for a Cause Art Show Fundraiser forAutism Awareness Month on Wednesday, April 19, 2017.  The Art for a Cause program is a student driven program that allows students the opportunity to use their artwork to make a meaningful change and bring awareness to concerns in the community. An event such as this encourages a stronger school-community bond.  I am elated that our school program has made a positive impact in the community and has service so many organizations. 



YEARBOOKs ON SALE yearbook

    • Will be available in June

               

 

  CLICK HERE to pay  !!!


 


 IMPORTANT REPORT GRADING DATES
  • 3rd marking period report card distribution: April 20, 2017
  • 4th marking period interim distribution: May 11, 2017
  • 4th marking period report card distribution: Mailed home 

***Reminder during the day procedures***

  • NO Hoodies are to be worn up on the head in school
  • NO Hats
  • NO Headphones or earbuds to be worn in the ears 

 

 Clubs:

Tuesday:
Maker Space (Venker)
  3-4:30 pm  (bus provided with limited bus stops)
7th Grade Coach Class (Porter, Gasparo) 3-4:30 pm (bus provided with limited stops)
Robotics Club (Sandberg) 3-4:45 pm 
L.I.T.E (Wright, Muhammad, Gibson) 3-4:00 pm
Drama (Dastvan) 2:45-4:00 pm 

Thursday
CSI:  Forensics (Venker)  3-4:00 pm
Robotics  (Sanberg) 3-4:45 pm
Art Club (Gibson) 3-4:00 pm
Student Council (Wright )  Every Other Thursday 3-4:00 pm 
Drama (Dastvan) 2:45-4:00 pm 




Soccer

 

Gym Uniform Pay Online HERE

 

Shirts $10.00

Shorts $10.00

 


 

 

Around The County

Parent University offers new workshops to coach parents in teaching reading, writing skills

 WHAT:  Parents, caregivers, and those interested in helping preschool/PreKindergarten children become proficient, lifelong readers are invited to attend any of five free 90-minute Baltimore County Public Schools Parent University workshops starting Tuesday, March 7. Taught by current or retired BCPS teachers, the courses will include a variety of learning activities to motivate and engage children, including information on concepts of print, writing, phonics, comprehension, and oral language. To register, please contact Rai Cary at 443-809-4496 or rcary@bcps.org. Children are welcome to attend.  

 When: The five new session classes will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon each Tuesday beginning March 7, 2017, and ending on April 4, 2017.

 Where: Pikesville branch of the Baltimore County Public Library

1301 Reisterstown Rd., Pikesville 21208-4195

 Background:  The workshops are free and sponsored by a partnership among the PTA Council of Baltimore County, Teachers Association of Baltimore County (TABCO), Baltimore County Public Library, and the BCPS Parent University.

 A spring session of the workshops will begin on Thursday, May 4, at the Owings Mills branch of the Baltimore County Public Library.

 


 



LICE CLINIC

We plan to open several Lice Clinics throughout Baltimore County. Our first clinic will open next month at 604 Providence Road, Towson, MD 21286. These clinics will treat and eliminate the lice with heated air to kill lice and eggs through dehydration. This is a revolutionary alternative to treating head lice with pesticides, herbal lice remedies, suffocation products or lice combs.

Below are a few interesting lice facts

  • Lice has been around for thousands of years - Cleopatra was buried with a gold lice comb
  • Lice affects 1 in 20 kids
  • Kids miss more than 24 million days of school each year due to lice
  • The over the counter consumer lice products business is over $350 million and the products are only 45% effective

Super Lice Reported in Maryland

Please visit our web site  www.LiceClinicsofMaryland.com  and like our Facebook page for lice updates and advice   https://www.facebook.com/LiceClinicsMaryland/ .


 

VISUAL ARTS – 2017 BALTIMORE COUNTY SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAM visart
The Baltimore County Summer Visual Arts Enrichment Program will be held on Monday, July 10, 2017, through Friday, July 21, 2017, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Perry Hall High School. 
The cost to attend camp is $375 per student. This two-week camp provides opportunities for students in Grades 3 through 12 to build their personal art skills and add to their art portfolios. The theme of the 2017 camp is Inside/Outside. A variety of courses will be offered to meet the varied needs and interests of students, whether seeking to improve their art skills or preparing a portfolio for acceptance into a magnet program, entrance into a college program, or preparation for an advanced placement exam. 

The brochure and application are located at  http://www.bcps.org/academics/va/summer_art_EP.html
Questions regarding this information should be directed to the following individual(s): 

Lisa Thomas, Administrative Secretary 443-809-4030
Linda McConaughy, Supervisor 443-809-4030 

 


 Parent Univ Logo  BCPS Parent University

Did You Know...

The BCPS PARENT UNIVERSITY is a new online resource created to meet the unique needs of all families.

http://www.bcps.org/parentu/        443-809-0365


*******PARCC SCORES ARE IN!!! PARCC SCORES ARE IN!!!*******

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING LETTER
FROM OUR SUPERINTENDENT IN REGARD TO
THE PARCC ASSESSMENT

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