VOLUME 3 Issue 2
Raleigh Egypt Middle school – Rommie Vasser, Jr., Principal
DREAM, BELIEVE, ACHIEVE.
Fight Free Data
Raleigh-Egypt Middle School is a fight free Everything we do here reflects our
school. We will focus on character education
with all of our students in promoting conflict
vision which is centered around our
free resolution to all problems. In addition, three pillars of focus: 1) Being
we will provide incentives to those students Respectful 2) Being Disciplined and 3)
who continue to follow our vision of
remaining a Fight Free school.
Creating a Nurturing Environment
that permeates throughout our
(#of days fight free as of 9/2/2011) building. Our mission is to ensure each
student is empowered with the
knowledge and skills necessary to meet
Scribes(6th) 7 20 the challenges of our ever-changing
Scrolls (6th) 5 3 society by forging a collaborative
relationship with our parents and
Lions(7th) 20 20 community.
Eagles(7th) 20 6
It’s Always A Great Day at Raleigh –
Pyramids (8 ) 9 20 Egypt Middle !
Egyptians(8th) 9 11 BREAKFAST ON WHEELS!!
We are now providing breakfast to all
students each day during homeroom.
Encourage your child to get to school on time
so that he or she can start the day off with a
5TH – Labor Day Holiday
good breakfast. Remember: Breakfast is the
most important meal of the day!!
14th- Progress Report goes home
15th- PHARAOH Family Night PARENT LINKS
Listen to receive important
FALL SPORTS ARE HERE!
information and updates
See your September calendar for the dates regarding happenings at school.
and times of all FOOTBALL AND VOLLEYBALL Parents, be sure to update us with
games. Let’s support our PHARAOHS!!! any new phone numbers
throughout the school year.
Everyday at REMS, we encourage our
PHARAOH’S PRIDE Page 2
SCHOOL SAFETY &
As safety remains the primary concern for all of our stakeholders, all
students will be issued a student ID badge that must be worn at all times.
We encourage our parents to assist us in enforcing this district initiative.
Speak to your child about keeping the badge in a routine place so that he or
she will remember to wear it everyday.
Consequences for failure wear the 2011-2012 Staff
Include ISS and overnight Principal – Rommie Vasser Jr.
Suspension as well as parent Asst.Principal – Janice R.Brown
conferences. Repeat offenders Instructional Facilitators: M.Knapp
may receive out of school suspensions T.McGlothian
Please discuss the Importance of wearing the ID badge
Counselor – T.Hardy
the security badge as required with your Admin.Asst. – Alana Brown
child. Remember : The ID
badge is an official part of the school 6th Grade
P. Herron N.Washington
uniform. Everyday at Raleigh-Egypt A.Woods R.Johnson
Middle, we encourage our students to S.Parson A.Garden
Come to school on time and in uniform.
Our uniform policy is that 7th Grade
students wear white collared shirts P.Couch M. Tucker
with a solid white, black or gray shirt M.Lazare J.Henderson
underneath. Students may purchase a C.Somerville L.Vos
collared shirt with the REMS crest from ESL – C.Hullender
the school for $10 each. The REMS
collared shirt may be worn in addition to 8th Grade
the white collared shirt. A.Graybeal N.Jean-Louis
Pants should be black, K.Beno M.Gentry
navy, or khaki. Jackets worn inside M.Byrd Moore N.Drumgole
the classroom must be solid black,
navy, khaki, gray,or white. Students Exploratory
should not wear any colors F.Young – PE
(ex.red or purple) in their G.Patterson- Computer
Accessories. This includes hair, S.VanPelt-Band
jewelry, undershirts, belts, and S.Middlebrook – Technology
E.Lucas – Stanford Math
socks, lanyards, etc. At no time, should
students be wearing tops or bottoms SPED/CDC/ED
that have any cuts or ties. M. Brock V.Sewell Librarian – K.Norment
Thanks for your support! M.Branch S.Moore ISS – D.Rosenthall
P.Murphy C.Houston ASD VISTA – A.Barker
L. Tillery J. Berry
Editor: J. Brown, Asst. Principal