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    October 22 & 23: Kellogg Hubbard Library event in PreK classroom, 1 pm to 2 pm 

    October 23: PTO meeting in the library, 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

    November 5: Picture retake day

    November 11: Veterans day. No school for students. Teacher in-service and parent/guardian conferences

    Essential practice with inequalities: Which quantity is more? RMS 6th-graders ranking the UN sustainability goals during their trip to Shelburne Rumney and Doty students joined teams from all over the state to work on global sustainability.
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    Tuesday, November 5 -- Student Picture Retakes (Tuesday PK)

    Families of PK Students -- Please note that we have scheduled a Monday and Tuesday for pictures. If you would like the opportunity for retakes, please make arrangements to be here for pictures on the days shown above. We will have a schedule out soon. Thank you!

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    • Student Breakfast - $3.00 
    • Student Lunch - $4.00
    • Adult Breakfast - $4.00
    • Adult Lunch - $5.50
    • Adult/Guests Special Meal - $6.25

    Questions? please contact Sabrina Morse @  

    It’s Tick Season Again!

    Most of the tickborne diseases in VT are caused by bites from the black-legged tick during early spring and late fall. The best way to prevent tick-borne diseases is to prevent tick bites. Take these steps to protect yourself and your family from the diseases ticks spread; here are some suggestions from the VT Dept. of Health:

    • Walk in the center of trails to avoid contact with overgrown grass and brush.
    • Wear long pants and long sleeves. Tuck you socks over your pant legs.
    • Check your whole body (without clothing) after being outdoors.
    • You may either flush the tick down the toilet or opt to send the tick to a lab for evaluation. If you wish to have the tick identified and evaluated for pathogens, place the removed tick into a plastic bag. You can either bring it to your doctor who will help with his process, or you can mail it directly to a lab yourself.
    • Links to laboratories that identify tick species and evaluate pathogens: 

    Contact your health care provider if you get any of these symptoms after a tick bite: fever, headache, joint pain, muscle aches, fatigue, or rash. Symptoms can start 3 to 30 days after a tick bite.

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    Health and Wellness

    A student may receive a modified school meal or snack if they have a medical concern that requires an accommodation (not just a family or child food preference).  A VT. Dept of Education Food Modification Form must be filled out by the medical provider. The kitchen staff has the form and it can be found on the RMS Webpage.  MEDICAL MODIFIED SCHOOL MEAL APPLICATION


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