Ruth Doyle Middle School
800 Padgett Road
Conway, AR 72034
Mrs. Coker's 5th Grade Literacy Classes Book Recommendations
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Don't miss out on the 2017 New York City educational adventure! Our group is forming now to travel to NYC in June 2017. Please contact Ms. Lea with any questions. firstname.lastname@example.org
ATHLETIC AND SUMMER
Visit Conway Public School's new Athletic Website at conwaywampuscats.com .
Mr. Lowe's Classes Identifying Rocks
Important Dates for RDMS
July 26 and 28 7th grade handout football equipment
8:00-12:00 both days
August 4 5th Grade Camp
August 4 6th/7th Grade Schedule Pick-Up
August 5 6th/7th Grade Schedule Pick-Up
August 15 First Day of School
Mrs. Callaway recently took her semester art students to Crystal Bridges!
Congratulations to Mrs. Oeste, recipient of the Conway Regional Women's Council Grant! Mrs. Oeste used the grant to purchase a drum. Mrs. Oeste said, "I will be using this in my classes in support of "World Dance Infusion" to promote physical activity in the classroom.
RDMS Students Participate in the TICAL Conference
Mrs. Cegers-Coleman recently took a group of students to the TICAL (Technology Information Conference for Administrative Leadership) Conference in Little Rock. She described her experience, "Mrs. Avra asked me to take two fifth graders from my coding club and two seventh graders from the GT/Robotics club to present about things they have been doing. Between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. student presenters from pre-school through high school had displays set up to explain and demonstrate to conference attendees things they have been doing using technology at their schools. One of my coding club students used a tablet to control Sphero, a type of "robotic" ball, to make it jump a ramp, spin, change colors, etc. Another coding club student developed his own "apps" (on his own time!), so he was showing visitors about them. The seventh graders used chrome books to display Gizmos they had used in math and/or science class. The seventh graders also had a poster with pictures and information about a Lego Robot, an EV3, they had built in GT/Robotics club. They could not bring the actual robot since it had already been taken apart long before we knew about the conference, but they were able to talk about it. Each of the students was very professional and polite as they answered questions and explained their part of the presentation."