Roland Middle School would like to congratulate our 6th grade Students of the Month for November, Baylee Serjeant and Crash Denny.
Your student has received an impact aid survey form. Impact aid is a federal program with the potential of helping Roland Public Schools with funding. Each family is required to complete this form, and then have their child return the completed form to their respective building's office. We sincerely appreciate your help and cooperation with this very important information. If you have questions, please contact Assistant Superintendent Angie Goode at 918-427-4601 option 5.
The hallways at Roland Middle School are starting to look festive thanks to Mrs. Sutterfield's science lab classes! The science lab students created ugly Christmas sweaters using the project based learning method. Each group of students were given a budget of $20 in play money to create their project. The students first had to create a blueprint of what their design would look like and then replicate the design onto fabric using the materials they bought. The fabric first had to be measured, ironed, and cut before the design process could begin. This project also involved cross curriculum learning allowing the students to integrate multiple fields of study.
Roland Middle School would like to congratulate our boys basketball team on winning the 8th Grade Basketball Tournament at Central last week and invite you to watch our basketball teams play this evening. The 6th-9th grade boys basketball teams will be playing against Checotah in the Dome with games starting at 4:30 p.m. and the 6th-8th grade girls basketball teams will be playing at Checotah with games starting at 4:30 p.m.
Congratulations, to Roland High School Seniors Conner Kerr and Gracie Cosner on being selected as Students of the Month for November!
We are aware that our phone system is currently down. Please be patient with us while we are doing our best to correct the problem.
Roland Middle School Art Club worked hard on this project in celebration of Native American Heritage Month. We sure enjoy seeing them throughout our hallways and are always excited to see what they are creating next!
Come join us in showing appreciation to our local veterans this Veteran's Day!
The Book Fair is coming Nov. 14-18, in the library located in Roland Upper Elementary. Please help support the elementary library. https://www.scholastic.com/bf/rolandelementaryschool
Roland Middle School would like to congratulate our 6th grade Students of the Month for October, Jaida Washington and Hank Hatfield.
Roland Middle School would like to congratulate our 7th grade Students of the Month for October, Kaden White and Stormy Pursley.
Roland Middle School would like to congratulate our 8th grade Students of the Month for October, Brady Edmondson and Tinlei Anselmo.
After much consideration and guidance, we are rescheduling this week’s football game to Thursday night, Nov 3rd at 7 PM. The safety of our coaches, players, staff, fans, officials and visiting team is our main priority. Our plan is to hold all Senior night activities as normally scheduled prior to the game. Thank you for your understanding in this matter.
Roland Middle School would like to congratulate our 6th, 7th, and 8th grade football players on an outstanding season! These boys finished the 2022-2023 season undefeated and we couldn't be prouder of them. We would also like to wish our 8th graders luck as they begin high school next year! They've sure made the most out of their last middle school season.
On October 28,2022 students from sixth grade to ninth grade particated in ICTC's 5th Annual You Build It Contest. Students built their dream houses out of popsicle sticks and competed against schools from all across the county. The seventh grade team of Sadie Daws, Rylee Stubbs, and Jozlynn Williams won first in their division and overall grand champion. Each member of the team won a sander for the school and gift cards for themselves.
Roland FFA officer team and sponsor Myron Lockwood have arrive at the National Convention in Indianapolis. They have a full schedule of leadership and learning in all things Agriculture. Have a great time and as always it’s an honor to have Roland Schools represented on a National stage.
Our middle school students have been working hard on their houses for the upcoming ICTC You Build It Contest that some of them will be attending. We enjoy seeing our students be creative and wish them the best of luck this week! We would also like to thank Indian Capital Technology Center in Sallisaw, Oklahoma for hosting this wonderful event.
We are excited and proud to announce that Roland Schools has been awarded $10,000 for new Prevention Programming Curriculum through the School Counselor Corps Grant. Thank you to our amazing counselors for their diligent work and willingness to continue their knowledge to provide resources for our students. Protecting and providing educational resources for students of all ages is our top priority.
This past week Mrs. Sutterfield's Science Lab classes were learning about physical and chemical changes. Carving pumpkins was the perfect opportunity for the students to experience physical change first hand. Here are pictures of some of the eighth grade students at RMS getting to enjoy this activity.
This past week Mrs. Sutterfield's Science Lab classes were learning about physical and chemical changes. Carving pumpkins was the perfect opportunity for the students to experience physical change first hand. Here are pictures of some of the seventh grade students at RMS getting to enjoy this activity.