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14 I The Lovell Chronicle August 2, 2012 =i:isii!ii!iiii!iiiiiii!ii!ili!!iiii!iiiiiiizii!iiiii: ..... Wed., August 2200" F00rst day for students Big Horn County School Dist. #1 Cowley, Wyoming Our mission: Equip all students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for success. r V I d REGISTRATION AND ORIENTATION K-12 Registration at appropriate school Wednesday, Aug. 8, 8 am-4 pm All students must be registered by a parent or guardian If you cannot attend on the above date please call the office to make arrangement to register at another time. Orientation for sixth graders, new students and their parents on Tuesday, Aug. 21 from 3:30 to 5:00 pm. This will be a time to meet the teachers and go through a shortened schedule so they are famil- iar with how it works on the first day of school. Sports/P.E. Orientation for middle school will follow at 5:00 in the library. The coaches will be there to talk about sporting events and requirements for P.E. Please plan on attending. If your child plans to participate in sports he/she must have a sports physical be- fore the first day of practice. You may get a sports physical from your family doctor or attend the free clinic on Aug. 9 & 10 from 1-4pm at the North Big Horn Hospital Clinic. Big Horn County School District #1 is now offering ONLINE REGISTRATION for all students and parents within the district. With this new service begin- ning after Aug. 1, schools hope to provide parents with a convenient, efficient procedure for registering their children for the upcoming school year. Regis- tration can be completed by going to the district's website (http://www. bighornl.com) and following the registration link. New registrations can be completed without a usemame and password while currently enrolled students will require a username and password to verify and update their student's information. Wednesday, Aug. 8 8 am-4 pm: K-12 Registration Wednesday, Aug. 15 10:30 am, District Office: New teacher Orientation ll Thursday, Aug. 16 8:30 am: First Day for teaching staff Tuesday, Aug. 21 3-6 pm: RMES Open House 3:30-5:30 pm: 6th grade Orientation Z 5 pm: Middle School Sports/PE Orientation td Wednesday, Aug. 22 First Day for students RMES: 8 am-3:15 pm and early on Friday at 12:20 pm RMMHS: 8 am-3:22 pm and early Friday at 12:15 pm i Thursday, Aug. 23 5:30-6:30 pm: PreSchool Family night. Dinner will be served. Monday, Aug. 27 PreSchool First day of classes. Tuesday, Aug. 28 Elementary school pictures! BUS SCHEDULES Bus schedule will be printed in the Lovell Chronicle on August 9, 2012 PRESCHOOL Anyone with a child who will be 4 years old by September 15, 2013 please contact the Rocky Mountain Elementary School office to be put on the list for preschool. FIRST SPORTS PRACTICES All players must have physicals before their first practice HS Football Practice Aug. 13, 7 am & 4 pm RMMHS Practice Field Call Coach Hayes for more info. 548-6150 Cross Country, Aug. 13, 6 pm Coach Bernhisel's house in Cowley Cheerleading Aug. 13, 6 pm, RMMHS Call Desiree Crosby for more info Volleyball Practice, Aug. 13, 7 am & 4 pm RMMHS Gym Meet the squad night: Aug. 23, 6 pm RMMHS ta [ BREAKFAST AND LUNCH PRICES Elementary MS/HS Adult Breakfast $1.65 $1.85 $2.85 Lunch $2.30 $2.60 $3.75 Breakfast and Lunches must be paid in advance. Applications for free and reduced-priced meals will be mailed from the district office. We would like to have the applications processed before the first day of school. You will need to send lunch money with your child if the application process has not been completed prior to the first day. As soon as the application has been approved or denied you will be notified. If approved, your child will begin receiving benefits immediately. Please answer all the questions on the application form and return it to the District Office. Rocky Mountain Elementary 2012-13 Third Grade #2 6-sided wooden pencils Glue sticks 1-large box Kleenex-boys 1-box quart size Ziploc bags-girls l-large backpack 1 -Adult volunteer once a week #2 6-sided wooden pencils J Glue sticks l-large box Kleenex 1-small backpack 1-blaelt Sharpie marker 1-re d pencil !:lq.age wide ruled notebook (not bigger) 1Ples': NO binders or Trapperkeepers!  : ....................................................... ;,,, 6;;fe ................................................................................... #2 six sided wooden pencils Glue sticks l-large box Kleenex 1-backpack 4-black fine tip dry erase markers 1-wide ruled notebook 2-pocket folders 1-box quart size Ziploc bags [ #2 6-sided wooden pencils i l-large box Kleenex 1 3-fine tipped dry erase markers i 1-12 pack color broadtip markers [ 2-pocket folders j 3-wide ruled spiral notebooks i #2 6-sided wooden pencils i #2 6-sided wooden pencils Glue sticks i Glue sticks l-large box Kleenex i 1-large box Kleenex 1-backpack ! 3-5 fine tip dry erase markers 4-fine tip dry erase markers 1 4-100 page spiral notebooks 1-box markers ! college ruled (NOT 1 large) 1-3 ring binder-I/2" size i 2 - pkg college ruled loose leaf paper 1 bottle hand sanitizer i 1-3 ring binder - 2" or 2 1/2" 1-pencil storage packet with zipper i l-bottle hand sanitizer (for a binder) [ Please: NO binders or Trapperkeepers! Please: No notebooks or pens. [ [ ..................................................................................................  [ii?ii;i-iiiii,;;;Xi f 6,:i'fi" I ................................ #2 6-sided wooden pencils 1 pair tennis shoes Glue sticks l-large box Kleenex l-large backpack 2-dry erase markers (any color) 1-pkg colored markers 1-wide-ruled notebook 1-3 ring binder-l" size 1-box Ziploc sandwich bags _ee- o ereee .............................................................................................................................................. i Memory Stick i Trapper Keeper or 3 Ring Binder i 100 pack of lined 3x5 note cards i Colored pencils ! 12" ruler i Box of 24 #2 lead pencils i One Box of Tissues (to be given to the office) ! Loose leaf notebook paper [Scissors, good quality i Water based markers ! Combination Lock for locker [Glue Stick i Eraser (pencil or block) j 1 Medium size bottle of Hand Sanitizer i Roc!2v Mountain Middle School Suggested Materials i Rock Mountain High School Suggested Materials : Shorma i Biology (10th grade) 1" 3-ring binder with loose leaf paper or spiral notebook (binder is preferred to keep worksheets) i Pencils i (optional) Flash drives are very handy in order to transport papers and projects easily between ch!_t_a home Ag 1-IV, Welding ......................................................................... i 1"- 2" 3-ring binder with loose leaf paper (mandatory) i Blue pen, pencil i Cotton coveralls or shop coat (a few are available to borrow from the school) Students may have the opportunity to build shop projects to take home. If they use school materials [ (metal, etc.), they must pay for the materials they use. (optional) Flash drives are very handy in order to transport papers and projects easily between .... schLmuts anq home ........................................................................................................................................................................................ ....................................................................................................................................................... Anatomy [ Spiral or Neatbook Notebooks [Language Arts -1 1" 3-ring binder, loose leaf paper [Science-1 Composition Book (hard backed notebook) Pen or pencil i (optional) Flash drives are very handy in order to transport papers and projects easily between school computers and home ...... ak_er ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Viii{a i'oiders w/tii cenier brads .................................................................... Mader i Music - 2 .... 93..-d. ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... [ Social Studies - 1 Arnold i Science - 1 Algebra 1, Algebra la and Geometry classes ! FACS - 1 1 1/2 inch 3 ring binder i i Language Arts -1 loose leaf notebook paper i Math-2 loose leaf graphing paper i i Computer-I pencils [ Reading- 1 ...... calcu!atox" ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... ' Math-4Grapfi-Paper Notebooks i0ne-with ietsj ......................... Business Math class Protractor with swinging arm 1 1/2 inch 3 ring binder ] i Compass loose leaf notebook paper i Calculator equivalent to a TI-30 pencils calculator i Newton-All 6-12 Art class Newton-All 6-12 Art class i Box colored pencils (Roseart suggested) Box colored pencils (Roseart suggested) 14 paint brushes, set white nylon for detail and large areas 4 paint brushes, set white nylon for detail and large areas i Set watercolors- 16 colors Set watercolors- 16 colors i 1 roll 1" masking tape 1 roll i" masking tape i 1 set of 4 drawing pencils and gum eraser 1 set of 4 drawing pencils and gum eraser j 2 black sharpies- one fine and one ultra fine 2 black sharpies- one fine and one ultra fine [ Case, bag or other small art supply container with name on it. Case, bag or other small art supply container with name on it. Does not have to be new or more information please visit www.bighornl.com