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What is this SSLT thing?

Have you heard of Stem Leaders or whatever they are called? Well actually they are called STEM Student Leadership Team members. I know this sounds boring but they are the ones who decide and come up with the STEM Enrichment that you go to everyday. They also give tours, write blogs (like this one), and think of ways to make STEM better here at TRMS. If you have a STEM Enrichment that you really enjoy, you owe some credit to the members of SSLT.

Counselors Corner

Love and support. It sounds easy. We know we give it. Everyone does. Right? But giving your child consistent love and support can be tricky.  Here are some quick pointers and ideas to help you love and support your child in a busy, tricky world.

To find some tips and tricks you can use with your child click here.

TRMS Reacts to Hour of Code

TRMS Reacts to Hour of Code

 

Computers are everywhere, but fewer schools teach computer science than 10 years ago. Good news is, we’re on our way to change this. If you heard about the Hour of Code last year, you might know it made history. In one week, 15 million students tried computer science!

 

This is what Trail Ridge students had to say about Hour of Code.

Try learning some code this week at http://code.org/learn!

Hour of Code

Computers are everywhere, but fewer schools teach computer science than 10 years ago. Good news is, we’re on our way to change this. If you heard about the Hour of Code last year, you might know it made history. In one week, 15 million students tried computer science!

Find My iPad

Make sure you have turned on Find My iPad over the holiday season and always! If you want to double check, read the steps below.
 

  • Go to settings
  • Go to iCloud
  • Make sure Find My iPad says on or is highlighted in green (this is on the right hand column)

If by chance your iPad is lost and this function is turned on you can go here to track your iPad and find it!

Spirit Week hits TRMS the week of the 15th!

Spirit Week hits TRMS the week of the 15th! See are our student council members below working hard in the planning phase. 

6th Grade Advanced Lang Art Students Get "Schooled"

Mrs. Thaler's advanced 6th graders are getting "Schooled"  about tie-dye and Beatles music after reading the novel "Schooled" By: Gordon Korman. As a culminating activity to wrap up the novel, students are learning to tie-dye and work harmoniously with one another as the main character, Cap, did when he was suddenly thrust into "regular" school from his two person commune.

Support TRMS on Colorado Gives Day

Support TRMS on Colorado Gives Day and during this season of giving 100% of your tax-deductible donation to our non-profit organization goes to benefit all the students of Trail Ridge Middle School! You will receive a tax-deductible receipt for a donation that remains LOCAL, IN DIRECT SUPPORT OF YOUR CHILD, YOUR CHILD'S SCHOOL, AND YOUR COMMUNITY!Please consider giving a donation in any amount to TRMS PTO for drop off at the front office or mail to the school c/o the TRMS PTO. Please direct any questions to Cara Brannigan Owen at dvmcar

NJHS Volunteer Hours

Second quarter volunteer hours are due on December 19th by 3:00PM-no exceptions. Each student needs to complete 4 hours between October 20 and December 19th. At least 2 of those hours have to be school related.  Even if your student made posters or helped decorate the Giving Tree, your child will need to document the service and turn it in to either me or Mr. Villarreal. If you are in need of hours, there is before and after school homework club and the robotics tournament that can help you fulfill this requirement.  

Brace Yourself for Band and Orchestra

When: December 11th

Where: TRMS Commons

Who: All Band + 8th Grade Orchestra

What: Music from Game of Thrones, Skyfall, Mission Impossible, The Incredibles, Ploar Express, Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park, Halo, and many more

 

 

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