News and Announcements

Blaze Fundraiser

As some of you may know, we have a great PTG at our school. They have set up fundraisers at some local businesses to raise money for support students and staff. We encourage students and their families to support our upcoming fundraisers. The more money PTG raises, the more they can help our school!

Our first fundraiser will be at Blaze Pizza Downtonw Palm Springs on
Wednesday, February 28, from 4:00 pm-8:00 pm. Flyer is attached to this email, you must have flyer or show picture of it on your phone for our school to receive donations.

Thank you for your support.
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Makerspace

The event will consist of about 8 or 9 Makerspace stations such as VR Glasses, Sphero Robots, Dash and Dot Robots, How to Make a Light Saber, and more.  We will also have our book fair, a raffle with great Makerspace prizes, food, and the first 20 families will receive $5 to spend at the book fair.  Every child will also receive 5 Super Students for attending!
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LCAP Survey

Hello Raymond Cree families,

The new 2018-19 LCAP surveys are now available and will remain open through March 2nd. We strongly encourage all parents, community members and staff to participate in providing input for our LCAP. Your input is an important part of the LCAP planning process. Palm Springs Unified is seeking your input regarding the continuous improvement of our schools.

Click on read full story and it will take you directly to the survey.
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RCMS Student Cell Phone Pilot 17-18

As part of the RCMS Cell Phone Pilot program; students will be allowed to use their cell phones during lunch in the patio area. This area in considered our Cell Phone Zone.
For confidentiality purposes, students will not be allowed to videotape. Cell phone use is for lunch time only. All other time frames and areas of campus, inside buildings and during passing periods, are off limits for cell phone use. Students caught using their cell phones in non-designated areas and times may be subject to having them confiscated and have parent pick up.
Students: Remember that the school has ultimate responsibility for all policies and programs at RCMS. Depending on overall behavior of the student body; this privilege may be suspended or revoked. Students use their cell phones at their own risk.
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The Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)

The Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) is a plan of actions to raise the academic performance of all students.
California Education Code sections 41507, 41572, and 64001 and the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act
(ESEA) require each school to consolidate all school plans for programs funded through the ConApp and ESEA Program
Improvement into the SPSA.
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