5/19/2016 Daily Announcements

posted May 19, 2016, 4:37 AM by Michelle Meredith   [ updated May 19, 2016, 4:47 AM ]

Do you like winning? Do you like money? Then get your costumes on and win a prize! Our annual spring spirit week is on the horizon… with a salad dressing theme. Starting May 23 we kick it off with Blue Cheese dressing day--bust out the teal shirts and blue jeans. On Tuesday grab your bed sheets, grab a belt and rule Rome on Caesar Dressing Day. Ever been to Hawaii? Well, don't fret; you can go on Thousand Island Wednesday. Thursday is Ranch Day--cowboy hats and boots, belt buckles and lassoes--bust it all out. And Friday is House Dressing day so grab your spirit tee-shirt! Please make sure everything is dress code appropriate!

Coach Dupuis, the boy’s varsity soccer coach from the Holliston High School, will be at the 8th grade lunch on Friday, May 20. He will be here to conduct signups for anyone interested in trying out for one of the boy’s high school soccer teams next fall. Anyone interested in playing boys soccer this fall should make sure they see coach Dupuis during lunch.

Greetings Nerd Herders. Don't forget to come to room 124 today! All new members are welcome. We hope to see you there and may the force be with you.

Attention all students! May is Arts month in Holliston - please join me in celebrating all the hard work of our RAMS artists this month! We have an amazing amount of talent to celebrate this year! Congratulations to over 50 RAMS artists who had their bridge artwork displayed in the Holliston Stroll last weekend to support the restoration of the 8 Arch Bridge! If you haven't yet taken a look at holliston high school senior Samantha Tate's original bridge drawing in the RAMS front lobby yet - check it out! Congratulations to our RAMS artists who have been selected to participate in our Holliston High School art show which we call "Art Saves Lives". The following artists will have work displayed in this district-wide art show at the high school this Thursday: Grade 8 Kyle D. Meghan G. Isabella C. Kaylee Fenton Kelsey Logan Arianna Patel Hannah Wolfgang Roman Bolshakov Jillian Hagen Norman Walker Jonathan L. Thomas S. Nathaniel S. Charlotte P. Olivia I. Sophia B. Allison P. Grade 7 Larissa L. Danny S. Aiden S. Derek De. Jacob T. Austin C. John S. Daniel S. Grade 6 Sasha T. Matthew W. Eva B. Abigail D. Samantha C. Phoebe D. Aiden M. Roma P. Come to the high school this Thursday May 19th from 4-8pm- to check out and enjoy the artwork, live music and lots of amazing food! Finally, this Wednesday the fine artwork made by all our RAMS students is going up here at RAMS- I hope you will enjoy and be inspired by the hard work and creativity of our RAMS artists!

Thursdays are made for flying. Meet at the Quidditch pitch after school to catch the Golden Snitch in action!

This week the 8th Grade Dance Committee will be meeting on Thursday, May 19th after school in Room 222. All are invited to help us plan and prepare for the dance!!

There will be a literary magazine meeting today in Ms. Schmid's room at 2 o'clock. We will be working on the layout of the magazine. See you in Room 117 today.

Can the Principal! If you want to see Mr. Botelho be moved out of his office for a day bring in as much food as possible May 16th through the 26th! We will fill up his office with cans and the homeroom that brings in the most food will decide where he works for a day! The two people who bring the most food in from each homeroom will help us fill his room with food!

Attention Track and Field Athletes! Buses will be leaving to Medfield at 2:40 today. Once again, buses will be leaving at 2:40 today.

Attention 6th grade Volleyball Players! Please see Mr. K  ASAP if interested in playing volleyball this summer. Once again, If you are in 6th grade and interested in playing volleyball this summer please see Mr. K.

Attention General Music: We will meet in the downstairs band room today. See you there!

In the 123rd room of this establishment, on the fourth day of the week (today), debate club will debate some of this week’s potential topics, which are: year round education, abolishing zoos, and the impact of social media.