A Note from the District about Moose Safety

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Have a safe and happy summer!


Upcoming Events





August 11 & 12: Orientation for 7th graders and new-to-Romig 8th graders.

Orientation Camp Flyer

Parent Permission Slip

Orientation Camp Questions? Contact: Mrs. Nauman


August 20: School Starts



Romig-West Redevelopment Plan


School Newsletter


Calendar


May SBP Newsletter

Class Schedule 2013-2014




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Parent Connection


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Assistant Principal & Office Staff


Attendance


Library Homepage


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School Nurse


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Congratulations MathCounts Team

First in State!

 


Contact Ms. Lucas for website information

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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

May Learner Profile
Balanced
They understand the importance of intellectual, physical and emotional balance to achieve personal well-being for themselves and others.
Activities for parents
•	Encourage your child to participate in a wide variety of structured activities.
•	Discuss the food groups with your child. Spend a few minutes during a mealtime deciding if what your family is eating is balanced.
•	Role model this attribute. Spend time as a parent or family doing many different things.
ROMIG FIELD DAY - May 22, 2014