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 Thursday afternoon, Pastor Matthew of Prince of Peace Church, donated $100 gift cards to the GRMS families that requested assistance for the holiday. Mrs. Hamond picked them up and distributed the cards Thursday and Friday morning. This is one of the fun responsibilities of being a School Social Worker.
Thanks for all you do each and every day. Peace & Blessings! 
Mrs. Hamond

 


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FARE Awards $14,000 in Funding to Title I Schools Across the U.S.

Grants are part of the organization’s inaugural Collaborator Community Impact Awards: Back to School, dedicated to food allergy awareness and education programming

McLean, Va. (November 9, 2020) – Today, FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education), the world’s leading non-governmental organization engaged in food allergy advocacy and the largest private funder of food allergy research, announced $14,000 in funding to 20 different schools, school districts, and Parent Teacher Associations (PTA) across the country as part of its inaugural Collaborator Community Impact Awards: Back to School program.

FARE partnered with the National Parent Teacher Association (PTA) and National Association of School Nurses (NASN) to invite their members to apply for funding of up to $750 for food allergy education programming and support in Title 1/Title 1-eligible schools. Title 1 schools are defined as schools with high numbers or high percentages of children from low-income families which are receiving federal funding assistance to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards.

“More than 5.6 million children live with potentially life-threatening food allergies – that’s about one in 13 children, or two in every classroom,” said Lisa Gable, chief executive officer of FARE. “A critical part of FARE’s mission is making sure underserved communities have the resources they need. In these under-resourced schools, everyone from teachers to the school nurse to the cafeteria staff plays a role in creating a safe environment for students with food allergies.  FARE is committed to doing our part to help everyone better understand this disease, which can be fatal and for which there is no cure.”

Funded program activities include adding allergy-friendly foods to a school food pantry, purchasing storage cabinets for epinephrine auto-injectors, and creating public service announcements. 

Partial support of the awards was made possible by a gift from the Emily Zaltsman Memorial Scholarship Fund.

For more information on FARE’s Collaborator Program, please visit: https://www.foodallergy.org/take-action/fare-collaborator-program.


GRMS Virtual Student Schedule Fall Semester 2020-2021

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:30- 9 am

 

 

Homeroom-Advisory/SEL/CCR

Homeroom-Advisory/SEL/CCR

Homeroom-Advisory/SEL/CCR

Homeroom-Advisory/SEL/CCR

Homeroom-Advisory/SEL/CCR

9:10 – 10 am

 

 

PER 1 A

PER 3/4/5 A

Individual and Small Group Support

PER 1 B

PER 3/4/5 B

10:10 –

11 am

 

 

PER 2 A

PER 5/6/7A

Individual and Small Group Support

PER 2 B

PER 5/6/7 B

11 – 12 pm

 

Lunch

 

Lunch

Lunch Bunch & Clubs

Lunch

Lunch

12 – 12:50 pm

 

 

Independent Work

Independent Work

Individual and Small Group Support

Independent Work

Independent Work

12:50 –

1:40 pm

 

 

PER 10 A

PER 7/8/9 A

Independent Work

PER 10 B

PER 7/8/9 B


F.A.R.E
Back to School Headquarters:  A toolkit for Parents, Students, and Teachers, preparing you for this year's unique back to school experience. (Addressing your back to school concerns).


GRMS Health Sciences Virtual Presentation...

 

 GOLDEN RING MIDDLE SCHOOL

School Supply List 2020-2021

This list contains the basic supplies that students will need to begin the school year.

Supply List

Spiral Notebook/Composition Book for each class (7 or 8)

2 pocket Folder for each class (9 or 10)

1 package of pens with standard blue or black ink  

1 pack of pencils

1 pencil sharpener

1 red/green marking pen

1 set of highlighters

1 packet of white printer paper

1 ruler with both standard (inch) and metric (centimeter) units

Earbuds/Headphones

1 pack of 3x5 index cards

Optional/Additional Suggested Supplies:

            Screen cleaner & screen wipes

1 pair of school scissors

  • 3-5 sheet protectors

Algebra/Geometry Students Only: Graphing Calculator such as TI-84+

(the online DESMOS application will also be available for student use at desmos.com/calculator)

Suggested Supplies for Art Class:

  • Sketchbook (80-100 sheets)
  • Water Color Pencils  
  • Paint brush (at least 2 or 3 brushes)
  • Markers
  • Drawing Pencils
  • Color Pencils
  • Erasers
  • Oil Pastels

Updated 8/11/2020


Helpful Links:

COVID-19 INFO: 


NewspaperGRMS NEWSPAPER

VOL 1:  Newspaper Club Newspaper volume 1.docx






Attached  is a letter as that provides information about our school recently receiving its 18-19 School Report Card from the Maryland State Department of Education.

19-20 Maryland Report Card Letter to Families (1).p


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Golden Ring Magnet


Pamphlet with information on how to apply:

https://sway.office.com/cRg8zoWwmPvdNKVG?ref=Link

Golden Ring Vision

Golden Ring Middle School is a student- centered community that focuses on nurturing students, building respectful relationships, delivering rich content knowledge and preparing students to be critical thinkers and responsible global citizens.

 Mission Statement

As a community we will create, sustain, and invest in a culture of deliberate excellence for every student, in every class, with every teacher.