April 2015 - Randall Middle PTSA

THE
Randall Middle School PTSA
HAWK HERALD
April 2015 | Volume 15 Issue 9
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PTSA President Takes Note
Counselor’s Corner
student of the month
immunizations guidelines
FBLA
HCPS english language learners program
reflections / rays (NYLC)
randall happenings
With Gratitude
RANDALL MIDDLE SCHOOL
PTSA BOARD 2014-2015
PTSA PRESIDENT
TAKES NOTE
Instructional Staff of Year: Kristy Verdi
Jill Rintoul
RMS PTSA President
Michelle Whitt
Non-Instructional Staff of Year: Johnny Williams
Vice President of Ways & Means
Sheila Green
Vice President of Membership
PTSA Student of the Year: Kate Luke
Vice President of Activities
Doris Rainey
Jill Rintoul
We will be voting on our updated Bylaws at the General Meeting
on Thursday, April 30th, at 4:30 in the cafeteria if anyone
Dear Randall Families:
Spring break is over and I hope everyone had a relaxing one and
students have come back ready to finish out the school year.
The board is getting ready to finish out our year as well and plan
for next year. We are looking for volunteers who want to get
involved in our board as we are losing some of our eighth grade
parent volunteers. There are many positions that require very
little time and none of them are a huge time commitment—not
even President! We have a few positions still open for next year
so please get in contact with me at jillriny@aol.com if you are
interested. The Randall Board is a lot of fun and it is a great
way to know what is happening at Randall Middle School!
A huge thank you to Jennifer Heidt for writing and submitting
our PTSA Awards to the County Board.
Anne Morris & Terri Fischer
It takes a lot of time
to document all that we do as a PTSA. Congratulations to our
would like to attend. We are continuing to pay for our teacher
grant requests as the staff orders their supplies and it is great to
see how excited they are when the supplies come in. Our
Treasurer
Liza Grimm
Corresponding Secretary
CHAIR POSITIONS
Jennifer Heidt
Awards
Jen Hurst
Book Fair
Beth Gardner
electronic marquee will be going up before the end of school. It
has been ordered and electrical work has started as of last
Box Tops
Kelly Gagain
Volunteers
Maria Mendez
County Council
week. It is an exciting time to be a Randall Hawk!!
Anne Morris & Terri Fischer
Cultural Arts Night
Alison Dominic & Silvia Walsh
Hawk Store
As always, if you have any questions or need to get in touch
Lucy Sankey
with us please email us at randallptsa@gmail.com
Newsletter
Michelle Clor & Allison Livermore
Reflections
Melissa Canfield
Sincerely,
Restaurant Nights
Jennifer Abdoney
Staff Appreciation
Kelly Hoobler
Student Recognition
Amy Ball & Emily Carson
Jill Carey Rintoul
T-Shirts
Melissa Canfield
Website
Randall PTSA President
Kelli West
Hawking
school winners for our individual awards:
Marcia Hollman
Magnets
Sarah McKenna
Faculty Rep
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Counselor’s
Corner
NOVEMBER 30, 2020
Melissa Miller, 8th Grade Counselor
Here is the important information for you to be
aware of in April:
1. Parents can go to myspot.sdhc.k12.fl.us to
be able to access Edsby, Guidmii and
MyPaymentPlus. The user name and
password is the same for Edsby or you can
activate a new account there with your
child’s student number and the last four
digits of their social security number.
2. The third quarter ends 3/27. Be sure to use
the new grading scale that was sent home
to figure out semester grades at the end of
the year.
3.Ms. Miller, 8th grade counselor, and Mr.
Eugene, 8th grade AVID teacher, and Ms.
Geer, reading coach, all took a group of 8th
grade AVID students to Newsome on 3/25 to
learn about their AVID program and the AVID
culture at Newsome.
4. The Turnaround Student for Randall for this
year is Olivia Hunt in 8th grade which is a
great honor since she has made great
strides academically and socially this year!
Ms. Miller introduced her at the celebration
breakfast at Blake HS on 4/2, and her
family attended and was very proud of her
accomplishments.
5. There is no school on 4/3 so enjoy your
time off with your family!
6. The Extended Learning Program will be
starting soon for 7th and 8th grade students
who haven’t passed a class. Information
will be given to those individuals, and it’s
very important that they attend these
tutoring sessions before school in order to
earn quality points or else they may be in
jeopardy of failing or having to retake the
classes on Florida Virtual School at home.
7. Third quarter report cards will be sent home
on 4/17, but you can access those grades on
Edsby sooner than that.
8. Conference Night is 4/30 from 5:00 to 7:00
pm and it’s first-come, first-served for those
of you who need to meet with teachers.
9. Honors Night will be on 5/5 at 6:00 pm in the
gym, and notices will be sent home for those
students who are getting an award.
10.Remember to “FISH” and participate in Fun
Fridays to show school spirit!
11.Please continue to check Edsby regularly to
help students keep up on assignments and
grades and to keep in contact with teachers.
Whenever there’s an issue or concern, the
first step is to discuss it with your student’s
teacher. It’s important for all students to
work hard and do their best until the last day
of school!
12.The 8th grade math teachers continue to
offer Algebra tutoring, so please contact
them for more information.
13.There are a lot of students who are taking
one or more classes on Florida Virtual School,
so please make sure they are all done with at
least three-quarters of it since we are in the
fourth quarter now. It’s very important that
all of these classes are completed by the last
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promoted to the next grade level.
14.Here is the tentative testing schedule so you
can plan appointments around it:
a) 6th grade math FSA is the week of 4/13
b) 8th grade science FCAT is 4/17
c) 7th grade math FSA is the week of 4/20
d) Pre-Algebra FSA is 4/24 and 4/27 (Algebra
and Geometry students only take the EOC
and not the math FSA)
e) 6th grade reading FSA is 4/28 and 4/29
f) 7th grade reading FSA is 4/30 and 5/1
g) 8th grade reading FSA is 5/5 and 5/6
h) Geometry EOC is 5/7 and 5/8
i) Algebra EOC is the week of 5/11
j) 7th grade Civics EOC is the week of 5/18
k) Semester exams are the week of 6/1 and
they can’t be given any earlier than that.
15.Ms. Roberts is the 6th grade counselor this
year and can be reached at
brenda.roberts@sdhc.k12.fl.us or at 740-3900
x233. Ms. Richards is the 7th grade counselor
this year and can be reached at
valerie.richards@sdhc.k12.fl.us or at
740-3900 x231. Ms. Miller is the 8th grade
counselor this year and can be reached at
melissa.miller@sdhc.k12.fl.us or at 740-3900
x255. Each year the counselors move up to
the next grade level with their students in
order to build stronger relationships.
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Student of the Month
Kelly Hoobler
Congratulations to the following students who were selected as Student of the Month for February:
6th Grade:
Jacob Aguilar, Josh Allen, Sophie Bartlett, Miranda Corbo, Jessica Cummins, Braden DeSouza, Sierra Hudson, Elizabeth Hunter, Marissa Johnson, Joseph Layrisson,
Charlotte Llewellyn, Thomas McKinney, Branden Petro, Kade Salazar, Edith Somrah, Alicia Southworth, Madison Spencer, Taina Steffany, Trisha Toner
7th Grade:
Indira Alur, Shane Barrera, Rachel Bergus, Alana Blumenfeld, Chloe Campbell, Lilly Cowley, Allison Crusey, Cameran Graham, Mason Hall, Hannah Jacobe,
Brianna Langlois, Tristen Lehigh, Nora Lewis, Christopher Misnik, Ally Payne, Anyele Rauld, Connor Smith, Katlyn Swain, Adriana Torres-Juan
8th Grade:
Easton Baker, Madison Battershell, Bailey Dabney, Katelyn Feldkirchner, Lincoln Harmer, Lexi Hart, Susana Hollenback, Chloe Husbands, Ryan Kelly, Hailee Nigro,
Emily Olsen, Lauren Ridenhour, Collin Rivera, Lauren Steenland, Daniella Torres, Catherine Twigg, Ashley Ullom, Jeremy Vizcarrando, Ryan Walbolt, Grace Ward,
Michael Weston, Megan Wilson
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Student of the Month
Kelly Hoobler
Congratulations to the following students who were selected as Student of the Month for March:
6th Grade:
Ryan Aiton, Audry Carr, Sydni Dennis, Connor Dias, Gabe Garret, Jaxon Huynh-Luetkemeyer, Ashlyn Kelly, Ella Kerby, Bobby Koomen, Ella Lazar, Marcos Morales, Haley
Myers, Trinity Olsen, Chloe Peyton, Andrew Proscia, Amanda Schnelker, Emma Snyder, Vasu Sorathia, Carlee Wooddell
7th Grade:
Hunter Bennett, Natalie Bugielisky, Jordan Childress, Zach Dench, Charlie Ehlbeck, Brandon Eng, Alex Gaskins, Lynsey Geray, Logan Graham, Catherine Granados, Eva
Gutierrez, Jessica Jewell, Thomas Lambele, Riley Moore, Aliyah Pelez, Ben Pinover, Noah Terrell
8th Grade:
Tanis Bell, Bethany Bradin, Marcus Canteras, Christina Coleman, Skylar Curts, Josh Douberly, Hannah Ertafa, Rebekah Hewitt, Alexandra Hickey, Ryan Holling, Ashley
John, Rachel King, Lorrie Le Duc, Lindsey Maresca, Jillian Mauro, Kathryn Mowery, Lucan Phillips, Kate Sankey, Simone Soper, Jacob Strayer
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Ancy Thomas
Immunization Requirements For 2015-2016 School Year
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
DEPARTMENT OF STUDENT SERVICES
SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICES
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
DEPARTMENT OF STUDENT SERVICES
SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICES
IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS FOR SCHOOL ENTRY
2015 - 2016 SCHOOL YEAR
IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS FOR 2015 - 2016 SCHOOL YEAR
Varicella – 2 doses (chicken
pox)
Students in kindergarten through twelfth grades who are making their initial entry into a Florida
school must present a record of a physical examination completed within the last twelve
months.
5 doses DPT (diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus)
4 doses Polio
2 doses MMR (measles, mumps rubella)
3 doses Hepatitis B
1 dose Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis)
1 dose Varicella (chickenpox) vaccine or have had the disease
(7th- 12th) Three vaccines which may not be mandated for your child’s grade level, but are recommended
to be discussed with your physician are: meningococcal meningitis, Hepatitis A series, and the HPV
series. (The HPV vaccine has been approved for both males and females.)
2
3
4
5
6
7
x
x
x
x
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DPT – 5 doses
x
*Polio – (3-5 doses)
x
Polio - 4 doses
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9
10
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12
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MMR - 2 doses
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Hepatitis B – 3 doses
x
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Tdap – 1 dose
The immunization record must show that the student has met the minimum state requirement: *KG - if the 4th dose of polio vaccine is
administered prior to the 4th birthday, a 5th dose of polio vaccine is required for entry into kindergarten. The final dose of the polio series should
be administered on or after the 4th birthday regardless of the number of previous doses.
Pre-kindergarten
Kindergarten
Varicella (chicken pox) vaccine or date of
disease (year) as verified by parent or physician
5 doses DPT (diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus
3-5 doses *Polio
3 doses Hepatitis B
2 doses MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)
4 doses Hib
3 doses Hepatitis B
Up to date for age for DTaP, Polio, and MMR
2 doses Varicella (Chickenpox) or have had the disease
1st - 7th Grade
5 doses DPT (diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus)
Students
4 doses Polio
2 doses MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)
3 doses Hepatitis B
2 doses Varicella (Chickenpox) or have had the disease as verified by a physician
1 dose of Tdap for 7th grade
(8th – 12th) 2 varicella vaccines are not mandated for your child’s grade level, but are recommended to be
discussed with your physician. If a child has had the chicken pox disease, documentation (the year
the child had the disease) as verified by a physician, should be given to the school.
If you have Private Health Insurance or Medicaid, contact your Physician or Health Care Provider. If
you do not have Private Health Insurance or Medicaid contact the Florida Department of Health,
Hillsborough County Immunization Clinic for further information.
1
Varicella – 1 dose (chicken
pox)
For students entering *Kindergarten, first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh grades, the
immunization record must show that the student has met minimal state requirements for vaccines. *KG if the 4th dose of polio vaccine is administered prior to the 4th birthday, a 5th dose of polio vaccine is
required for entry into kindergarten. The final dose of the polio series should be administered on or after
the 4th birthday regardless of the number of previous doses.
5 doses DPT (diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus)
*3-5 doses Polio (Kg)
2 doses MMR (measles, mumps rubella)
3 doses Hepatitis B
2 doses Varicella (chickenpox) or have had the disease
1 dose Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) for 7th grade
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For students entering eighth through twelfth grades, the record must show that the student has met
the minimal state requirements.
K
8th - 12th Grade
5 doses DPT (diphtheria, pertussis, and tetanus)
Students
4 doses Polio vaccine
2 doses MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY IMMUNIZATION
CLINIC
3 doses Hepatitis B
1 dose Tdap
1 dose Varicella (chickenpox) or have had the disease as verified by a physician
Sulphur Spring Health Center
8605 N. Mitchell, Tampa
813-307-8077
87-02- Immunization Requirements with Graph 2015 - 2016
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Immunization Requirements For 2015-2016 School Year (Spanish)
ESCUELAS PÚBLICAS DEL CONDADO DE HILLSBOROUGH
DEPARTAMENTO DE SERVICIOS ESTUDIANTILES
SERVICIOS ESCOLARES DE SALUD
ESCUELAS PÚBLICAS DEL CONDADO DE HILLSBOROUGH
DEPARTAMENTO DE SERVICIOS ESTUDIANTILES
SERVICIOS ESCOLARES DE SALUD
REQUISITOS DE VACUNACIONES PARA EL AÑO ESCOLAR 2015-2016
REQUISITOS DE VACUNACIONES PARA EL INGRESO A LA ESCUELA
AÑO ESCOLAR 2015-2016
Los estudiantes que están entrando por primera vez a una escuela en Florida, desde el kínder hasta el
decimosegundo grado, deben presentar documentación de que se hicieron un examen físico dentro de los
últimos doce meses.
Varicela – 2 dosis (chicken
pox)
4
5
6
7
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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DPT – 5 dosis
x
*Polio – (3-5 doses)
x
Polio - 4 dosis
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12
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MMR - 2 dosis
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Hepatitis B – 3 dosis
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Los documentos de las vacunaciones, deben demostrar que el estudiante ha cumplido con los requisitos estatales mínimos: *Kínder - si la 4.a
dosis de la vacuna contra el polio es administrada antes del 4.º cumpleaños, entonces se requerirá una 5.a dosis de la vacuna contra el polio
para ingresar a kínder. La dosis final de la serie de vacunas contra el polio, debe ser administrada cuando se cumplen los 4 años de edad o
después, sin importar el número de dosis recibidas previamente.
Prekínder
Kínder
Vacuna contra la varicela (chicken pox) o fecha
en la que tuvo la enfermedad (año), verificada por
los padres o el médico
3 dosis de la vacuna contra la hepatitis B
4 dosis de la vacuna Hib
Estar al día con las vacunas DTaP, polio, y MMR
5 dosis de la vacuna DPT (difteria, tos ferina y tétano)
3-5 dosis de la vacuna contra el *polio
2 dosis de la vacuna MMR (sarampión, paperas y
rubéola)
3 dosis de la vacuna contra la hepatitis B
2 dosis de la vacuna contra la varicela (chickenpox) o
haber padecido la enfermedad
(7.º - 12.º ). Hay tres vacunas adicionales, que no son obligatorias para el grado en que se encuentre su hijo,
pero que se les recomiendan para que las discutan con su médico; estas son: la vacuna contra la meningitis
meningocócica, la serie contra la Hepatitis A, y la serie contra el virus del papiloma humano (HPV). (La vacuna
contra el HPV ha sido aprobada tanto para hombres como para mujeres).
(8.º - 12.º) 2 varicela que no son obligatorias para el grado en que se encuentre su hijo, pero que se les
recomiendan para que las discutan con su médico. Si su niño ya padeció la varicela, usted debe entregar a la
escuela documentación (del año en que tuvo la enfermedad), verificada por un médico.
Si usted tiene un seguro de salud privado o Medicaid, comuníquese con su médico o con su proveedor de
servicios de salud. Si usted no tiene un seguro de salud privado o Medicaid, comuníquese con el Departamento
de Salud de Florida, Clínica de Vacunaciones del Condado de Hillsborough, para mayor información.
DEPARTAMENTO DE SALUD DE FLORIDA, CLÍNICA DE VACUNACIONES DEL CONDADO DE HILLSBOROUGH
087-01-Immunization Requirements 2015-2016
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Tdap – 1 dosis
5 dosis de la vacuna DPT (difteria, tos ferina y tétano)
4 dosis de la vacuna contra el polio
2 dosis de la vacuna MMR (sarampión, paperas y rubéola)
3 dosis de la vacuna contra la hepatitis B
1 dosis Tdap (tétano, difteria, tos ferina)
1 dosis de la vacuna contra la varicela (chicken pox), o haber tenido la enfermedad
8605 N. Mitchell, Tampa
2
Para los estudiantes que entran desde el octavo hasta el decimosegundo grado, la documentación de las
vacunas debe demostrar que el estudiante ha cumplido con los requisitos estatales mínimos:
Centro de Salud Sulphur Spring
1
Varicela – 1 dosis (chicken
pox)
Para los estudiantes que entran a *kínder, primero, segundo, tercero, cuarto, quinto, sexto y séptimo grado,
la documentación de las vacunas debe demostrar que el estudiante ha cumplido con los requisitos estatales
mínimos: *Kínder - si la 4.a dosis de la vacuna contra el polio es administrada antes del 4.º cumpleaños,
entonces se requerirá una 5.a dosis de la vacuna contra el polio para ingresar a kínder. La dosis final de la serie
de vacunas contra el polio debe ser administrada cuando se cumplen 4 años de edad o después, sin importar el
número de dosis recibidas previamente.
5 dosis de la vacuna DPT (difteria, tos ferina y tétano)
*3-5 dosis de la vacuna contra el polio (Kínder)
2 dosis de la vacuna MMR (sarampión, paperas y rubéola)
3 dosis de la vacuna contra la hepatitis B
2 dosis de la vacuna contra la varicela (chicken pox), o haber tenido la enfermedad
1 dosis de la vacuna Tdap (tétano, difteria y tos ferina) séptimo grado
K
813-307-8077
Updated 3-25-15
VSSC/Spanish Translation Team/School Health Binder -Revised &Updated- 1.6.2015
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Estudiantes del
5 dosis de la vacuna DPT (difteria, tos ferina y tétano)
1.º al 7.º grado
4 dosis de la vacuna contra el polio
2 dosis de la vacuna MMR (sarampión, paperas y rubéola)
3 dosis de la vacuna contra la hepatitis B
2 dosis de la vacuna contra la varicela (chickenpox) o tener verificación médica de que
se padeció la enfermedad.
1 dosis de la vacuna Tdap 7.º grado
Estudiantes del
5 dosis de la vacuna DPT (difteria, tos ferina y tétano)
8.º al 12 .º grado
4 dosis de la vacuna contra el polio
2 dosis de la vacuna MMR (sarampión, paperas y rubéola)
3 dosis de la vacuna contra la hepatitis B
1 dosis de la vacuna Tdap
1 dosis de la vacuna contra la varicela (chickenpox) o tener verificación médica de que
se padeció la enfermedad.
87-02- Immunization Requirements with Graph 2015 - 2016
Updated 3-25-15
VSSC/Spanish Translation Team/School Health Binder - Revised & Updated -1.6.2015
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Tanya Delgado
fbla
(future business
leaders of america)
FBLA students from Randall
competed at the District level in
2014. Those who qualified or won
trophies at the District level were
invited to compete at the State
level at the FBLA State Leadership
Conference in Orlando, FL March
19-22nd.
Congratulations to the winners who
placed in the state competition:
Drew Bennett
2nd Place
Parliamentary and Procedures
Hailee Nigro &
Gabby Perkins
2nd Place
PowerPoint
Kristin Reagin
3rd Place
Career Exploration
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Maria Mendez
Hillsborough County Public Schools Programs for English Language Learners Program Overview
Hillsborough County Public Schools serve over 45,000 students who speak more than 104
languages and represent approximately 200 countries. The program for English language
learners (ELL) is designed to meet their diverse linguistic, cultural, and academic needs.
Program Goals
1) To develop the students’ English language proficiency in the areas of listening, speaking,
reading, writing and comprehension. 2) To ensure that English Language Learners continue to
develop and acquire skills and concepts in content area subjects while they are developing their
English language skills. 3) To encourage communication between schools and home that will
promote the educational success of ELL students. 4) To promote cultural awareness among
students and the community. Therefore, I will be assisting the ELL students with their diverse
linguistic, cultural and academic needs.
Program Services
Bilingual Psychological and Social Services
Native language psychological, social, and guidance services are provided to bilingual students
and their families.
Interpreters and Translators
Interpreters are utilized at district and school level parent and community meetings. They also
translate a
wide variety of district and school level forms dealing with everything from health and safety to
discipline and academics.
understandable to ESOL students. Schools with large populations of ESOL students employ a
full time ESOL Resource Teacher who coordinates all site-based ESOL services.
ESOL Self-Contained Classes
K-12 ESOL students enrolled in ESOL self-contained classes receive intensive English support
and individualized instruction that is provided by certified ESOL teachers and bilingual
paraprofessionals.
Parent Involvement and Community Outreach Programs
Parents of ELL students are encouraged to attend semi-annual site-based Parent Advisory
Council (PLC) and District Advisory Council (DAC) meetings. These meetings as well as the
newsletter and venues listed below are designed to inform parents about the ELL program and
academic resources available to
parents of ELLs that promote active parent\ participation in the education of their children.
·Book Clubs @ Barnes and Noble (New this year for Middle School)
·Kaleidoscope (Newsletter)
·Literacy Nights @ Barnes and Noble
(Quarterly)
Parent University (Participation/Support provided for each event)
·Pasos al Futuro (Bilingual College Readiness informational
meetings conducted by the District Bilingual Guidance Counselors)
·World Refugee Day Celebration (Annual)
Native Language Services
Bilingual Paraprofessionals – Over 400 bilingual paraprofessionals work with students and
teachers to review, clarify, and reinforce academic skills. They also serve as a liaison for home/
school communications.
ESOL Teachers and Resource Teachers
ESOL teachers utilize a variety of instructional strategies, materials, and accommodations to
teach students to speak, read, and write in English to ensure academic instruction is
*Maria Mendez is the Bilingual Education Paraprofessional at Randall
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Congratulations to Alex Fullerton! His Reflections music composition entry titled, “Earth Harmony” received
an Award of Merit in the 2014-2015 Florida PTA Reflections program!
Reflections is the National PTA’s cornerstone arts program. Interested students are encouraged to reflect on a
specific theme and create original artwork in the categories of dance choreography, film production, literature,
music composition, photography, and visual arts. Students of any grade or ability are welcome to participate.
Michelle Clor
Your students can begin crafting ideas for the 2015-2016 Reflections program now! Next year’s theme is “Let
Your Imagination Fly”.
Entries will be submitted in October 2015.
Floridapta.org/programs/reflection.
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For years, the Randall Area Youth Service Council, or RAYS Council, has been completing projects
and assignments related to life skills, service learning, and local issues, near or in their community.
The RAYS Council is based in Randall Middle School, as an elective. This particular class however,
has worked on many projects related to 9/11, Memorial Day, Support Our Troops, Great American
Teach In, Kick Butts Day, A Kids Place, and a local retirement home known as Patty’s House. This is
the final year the class will be available for students at Randall.
This year, the RAYS Council has been invited to NYLC, otherwise known as the National Youth
Leadership Conference. This conference is a huge honor for the RAYS council to be invited to, and is
very popular in Washington D.C., where the conference is held annually. It is estimated that only
about 1,400 people are invited each year, so it is an amazing experience for the RAYS Council to
be going attending. The conference is going to be held April 8th through the 11th.
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2014-2015 PTSA OFFICERS
Jill Rintoul
President
Michelle Whitt
VP. Ways and Means
Sheila Green
VP. Membership and Volunteers
Anne Morris & Terri Fischer
VP. Activities
Doris Rainey
Treasurer
Kim Andrzejewski
Recording Secretary
Liza Grimm
Corresponding Secretary
Claire Mawhinney
Principal
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3 ………….. Non-student day. No school for students on this day.
18 ………… Relay for Life (Newsome High School).
23 ………… 6p.m. Open House for our future Hawks (current grade 5 at our feeder schools) and their parents.
30 ………… Conference Night 5 to 7 p.m.
Testing Dates - by grade and subject (Students taking Algebra or Geometry do not take the FSA Math test.)
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13-16 : 6th Math
17 : 8th Science
20-23 : 7th Math
24 : 8th Math (non-Algebra, non-Geometry)
27 : 8th Math (non-Algebra, non-Geometry)
28-29 : 6th ELA
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The Hawk Herald is a publication produced by Randall Middle School’sPTSA.
It is designed to keep our families informed on current events and happenings
at our school.
APRIL 30 - MAY 1 : 7th ELA
The Hawk Herald is published monthly throughout the school year and the
deadline for submission is the last Friday prior to the online publication date,
which is the first Wednesday of the month. Submissions for consideration
should be emailed to Lucy Sankey: mlksankey@gmail.com
MAY____________________________________________
5-6 : 8th ELA
7-8 : Geometry EOC
11-15 : Algebra EOC
18-22 : Civics EOC
Mary Ellen Elia
Superintendent of Schools
Jeff Eakins
Acting Superintendent of Schools
Susan L. Valdez
Chair, County School Board
Dorothea W. Edgecomb
Vice Chair, County School Board
April Griffin
County School Board
Sally Harris
County School Board
Carol Kurdell
County School Board
Melissa Snively
County School Board
Cindy Stuart
County School Board
Volleyball and Flag Football Dates
4/7 - Randall v. Mann at Mann, 6 p.m.
4/13 - Randall v. Burns at Burns, 5 p.m. (Note early start time/Early Release Day)
4/16 - Randall v. Rodgers at Randall, 6 p.m.
4/28 - Randall v. Barrington at Randall, 6 p.m.
4/30 - Randall v. Eisenhower at Eisenhower, 6 p.m.
5/6 - Randall v. McLane at Randall, 6 p.m.
Note: Most middle schools do not have bleachers for the Flag Football games. You will need to bring your own lawn chairs.
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PTSA Mission
A powerful voice for children
A relevant source for families and communities
A strong advocate for the education and well being of every child
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