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2018 Information for Registration
2018-19 6th Graders
Registration for incoming 6th graders starts when the Rocky Top counseling team visits feeder elementary schools. For specific dates on the visits, please see information below.
Please read the 6th Grade Registration Packet for information on Chromebooks, core classes, and elective class options.
Here is a video with the steps needed to register for a music class for 6th grade:6thGradeRegistration.mp4
2018-19 7th Graders
Registration for our 2018-19 7th graders will occur through Science classes on March 13th.
Please read the 7th Grade Registration Packet for information on core classes and elective class options.
2018-19 8th Graders
Registration for our 2018-19 8th graders will occur through Social Studies classes on March 15th.
Please read the 8th Grade Registration Packet for information on core classes and elective class options.
A video going over the steps for the 7th & 8th grade registration process can be viewed below:
Important Dates (these dates are NOT current for Spring 2019).
February 2018 (current 8th grade students)
High school counselors delivered registration information to Rocky Top 8th graders on February 20, 2018. All students were given a paper registration form due to each high school on the night of their open house. If a student is unable to attend the open house, forms can be dropped off at the high school or turned in at the RTMS Counseling Office by March 6.
March 13, 2018 (current 6th grade students)
During Science Classes - Counselors and registrar deliver registration info. to current 6th graders. Students will register on this date in their classes after discussing their choices and options with parents.
March 15, 2018 (current 7th grade students)
During Social Studies Classes - Counselors and registrar deliver registration info. to current 7th graders. Students will register on this date in their classes after discussing their choices and options with parents.
March 2018 (INCOMING students)
Counselors visit elementary schools to talk about the structure of middle school, discuss and describe classes and allow for a Q&A session. (This is when we answer the age old question "what if I'm late to class."). We will deliver information so that students and parents can make their music selection online. Parents may want to wait until after April 18, when they will hear from our music teachers firsthand.
Students and parents can find the registration packet for incoming 6th graders here!
*** Please note, due to the complexity of scheduling we do not accept teacher/core requests. Please contact our registrar, Arlene Gines with questions at 720-972-2206 or firstname.lastname@example.org
April 2018 (INCOMING students)
- 6:00 - 7:30 @ Rocky Top Middle School (gym entrance)
Gearing Up to be a Grizzly - (Parent/student night) for incoming 6th graders.
Our principal kicks off this evening where parents have the opportunity to hear from elective and core teachers as we go through a mock schedule. Parents will get in depth information about RTMS on this night (ie: chromebooks, curriculum, scheduling, instrument rentals, timelines and much more!)
For parents who haven't registered for a music class online by April 18, a computer will be available at 7:30 PM in the library.
Coffee & Conversation with Chelsea Behanna, RTMS Principal (INCOMING parents)
Come join Rocky Top Middle School Principal, Chelsea Behanna, for coffee & conversation about your child's upcoming transition to 6th grade. Bring your questions, worries and hopes to share as we discuss all the things to look forward to as you wrap up the year. Please note, all essential information about your student's transition will be shared during our Gearing Up to be a Grizzly event in April. Coffee & Conversation is simply intended to be a supplement to that event, providing families with an opportunity to chat with our principal in a smaller setting. Only 30 spots will be available per Coffee & Conversation session and we ask that you only sign up once.
August 2018 (INCOMING students and their families)
- 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM OR 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (window of time assigned by core)
Exploring Grizzly Country - when students get to see where their classes are, open lockers, get to know new students, and see where their classes are! Teachers will be present in their classrooms, though will not be giving a formal presentation as in-depth questions will be answered at our final transition event on September 5th. Student leaders will be available to provide information on what it's like to be a middle school student!
(PLEASE bring your schedule from home)
**Schedules will be available through Infinite Campus in August date TBD
August 2018 (students only)
8:30 a.m. - The first day of school for 6th grade. This is a half-day for our 6th graders, who will have the opportunity to be in the building by themselves for their first partial day of school. The day begins with a large welcome in the gym followed by the full attention of our staff ensuring each student is comfortable and aware of resources.
11:30 a.m. - The first day of school for 7th & 8th grader. This is a half-day for 7th & 8th graders.
September 2018 (6th grade students and their families)
Welcome to Grizzly Country
- 4:00 - 8:00 PM (window of time assigned by core)
6th grade students and their families get to come in and go through their student's schedule. Teachers will be going through a presentation in each class and answering questions about how their classroom operates. Topics covered may include navigating Infinite Campus, Google Classroom, Schoology, and teacher blogs.
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