Reeves

Middle School

2200 Quince Street NE
Olympia, WA 98506
360.596.3400
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News

Reeves' Robotics Team Rocks STEM Invitational

A huge shout out goes to your 2017 Reeves Robotics Team: Konnor Kooi, Karli Kooi, Liam Espinosa, Carson Trobaugh, Cora Teachout, Maya Chermack, Emelyn Keller, Celeste Probart, Corbin Kramer, Zachery Martin, and Will Church. Reaves earned a trophy at this year's South Sound STEM Robotics Invitational at Jefferson Middle School and is displayed in the trophy case in the 8th Grade hallway. Corbin Kramer earned a 1st Place trophy in the Rookie division of the Cube Wrangler event. Konnor and Karli Kooi took 2nd in their bracket of the Robo-Dragster event. Everyone did an amazing job representing Reeves Middle School. Congratulations! Your coach, Mr. Stave 

Published: 2017-06-06

Distinguished & Awesome Mr. Sebring is OSD Teacher of the Year!

Bill Sebring has been teaching math for a very long time. And this year, his efforts were recognized by our district when he was voted OSD Teacher of the Year. Whether your child has had Mr. Sebring as a math teacher, track coach, or math tutor during one of his many Math Help Nights, I am sure you will agree that this is a well-deserved honor. Kudos to Mr. Sebring for being awesome. Mr. Sebring is pictured below with one of his 8th grade geometry students, Sierra.

Published: 2017-06-02

College Bound Scholarships

Attention 7th and 8th grade Reeves Families:  

The College Bound Scholarship is here! The College Bound Scholarship is an early commitment of financial aid to eligible students in the seventh and eighth grade whose families might not be considering college because of its cost.  Students sign a pledge in the seventh or eighth grade to be good citizens (not be convicted of a felony), graduate high school (with a 2.0 GPA or higher) and apply and gain admission to an eligible college.  If families meet the income requirements and the students fulfill the pledge, then the scholarship will be combined with other state financial aid (at comparable public colleges), some fees, and a small book allowance.  

To view and complete the application, visit the College Bound Scholarship website. Informational flyers are also available at your local middle school office.

 

Published: 2017-03-28

Spotlight on Success - June 14, 2017

In this edition of 'Spotlight on Success'; Olympia High AVID students connect virtually with Kenyan tribe, Washington MS teacher Melissa Charette named regional Teacher of the Year, ORLA students explore vital role of the honey bee, Reeves Middle School band performs for college band directors...and much more!

Published: 2017-06-14

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Summer school registration is open

Summer School registration is now available!  Classes begin on Monday, July 3 and run through August 3.  School will be in session Monday through Thursday mornings and is for middle and high school students only.

The summer school program will be held at Olympia Regional Learning Academy (ORLA). Please click on the "read more" link below for additional information and registration forms.

Published: 2017-05-22

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2017-18 school year calendar

We are pleased to announce that the Olympia School District Board of Directors has approved the calendar for the 2017-2018 school year. This calendar includes only district-wide holidays and events.  School-specific events are not included, so be sure to check school websites/calendars for specific school-related events and activities.

Published: 2017-05-03

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RMS Students Dancing at Activity Night

Published: 2016-12-04

Free summer lunches at Garfield and Madison Elementary

The Summer Lunch Program is a free nutrition program sponsored by Olympia Parks, Arts and Recreation, provided by OSPI and the USDA. Free lunch will be served from noon to 12:30 p.m., weekdays from June 26 – August 18 for children 18 and under. No program on July 4.

Garfield will be a hot lunch site, while Madison will be a cold sack lunch site. No registration is necessary.

Published: 2017-06-07

OSD Math Placement Guidelines

The Olympia School District aims for all students to be successful in math.  Our goal is that each child is placed in the math course that is most appropriate for their learning needs as they move through their middle school and high school years.

Published: 2017-04-01

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