A Note from the District about Moose Safety

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Upcoming Events


Tues/Wed Oct 7 & 8: Free Sports Physicals


Oct. 8: Picture Retake Day


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School Calendar 2014-15


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Principal’s Corner

                    


        Hi, I’m Sven Gustafson, the principal at Romig Middle School. Welcome - Romig Middle School provides a diverse educational setting for 7th and 8th graders. Our school offers Immersion programs in Russian and Spanish, as well as dynamic instructional programs for our Highly Gifted and struggling students, all of which are centered around standard based learning. As an application school for the International Baccalaureate, Romig is dedicated to providing internationally focused classrooms where students are encouraged to become active members of society in and out of school.  

Romig Middle School is quite successful in many academic and athletic events.  We offer and encourage participation in a wide range of after school activities.

                      
If you have any questions regarding our school or community, please contact me at (907) 742-5200 or through email at gustafson_sven@asdk12.org

September Learner Profile
Inquirers
They develop their natural curiosity. They acquire the skills necessary to conduct inquiry and research and show independence in learning. They actively enjoy learning and this love of learning will be sustained throughout their lives.
Activities for parents
•	Encourage areas of your child’s interest by visiting the library to borrow books that explore these topics.
•	Develop an understanding of the Internet. Work with your son or daughter when the Internet is being used and try to instill the understanding that some Internet sites are not reputable.
Model being an Inquirer. Admit when you don’t know the answer to a problem or a question and seek out answers in front of your child.

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