Daily Bulletin

Friday, February 15, 2019

What can you do for others today?


The James Rutter basketball teams competed hard in losses to Smedberg Middle School last night. The boys team was led by high scorer Audric Xiong. The girls team was led by high scorer Francis Lomavatu (Low-mauv-uh-too).


The basketball teams return to action next Tuesday when they host Albiani. The boys game starts at 4 o’clock, the girls starts at 5 o’clock.


Congratulations to the Students of the Month for December. During the month of January your pictures lit up the office, but now please come to collect your picture, certificate and sticker when you hear your name called:  Essence Pogue, History 8; I’yana Villa, History 7; Kim Thi, PE 8; Stephanie Ann Diaz, PE 7; Jayden Thao, Math 7; Ricky Utley, Science 8; Tiana Thao, Science 8, Alex Vang, Science 7; Anthony Diaz, Band; Avilena Her, Choir; Tiffany Au, Project Lead the Way; Angelo Carlos Topete, AVID 8; Arely Perez Aldana, AVID 7; Kong Yang, Computers; Haris Ramzan, Leadership; Isaiah Lucas, ELA 8; and Jennifer Sam, Art. Congratulations again to you all!


There is no school on Monday.


All Lip Sync contestants must see Mrs. Poppers today to review the rules of the show.  The Lip Sync Contest is Wednesday after school in the MP.  Come support your friends for $1.


If you have a field trip form for Travis AFB or the Middle School Leadership Conference, be sure to turn those in as soon as possible to the Student Store.


Tickets are on sale for our UNDER THE SEA DANCE on February 22, that’s next Friday.  They are only $3 in advance.  You must have your ID card.  No exceptions.  Buy now and avoid the long lines next week.


Students nominated for GATE creative, leadership, and performing arts abilities, please turn in your portfolio with your three pieces to Ms. Wang today in C-10. Students who need more time, please talk to Ms. Wang in C-10. 


Library News: February is Black History Month, and the library is celebrating the many, many contributions African Americans have made to our country and the world. Come in to see the different books on display, check one out, and learn more about some amazing people.


It’s raining, it’s pouring, and your backpacks aren’t waterproof!  Stop by the library and ask Ms. Jessica or Ms. Conway for a plastic bag to put your binder and books in to keep them dry. If your books get moldy, you have to pay for that.


Did you know that Sunday is “Random Acts of Kindness” Day?? Do something kind for someone else this weekend, and then come into the library on Tuesday and enter YOURSELF in the “Caught Being Kind” Raffle! Remember, being kind is free to give, but makes a BIG difference in the lives of others. Make kindness normal in YOUR life and here at Rutter.


The computers will not be available for games today because of the trash left behind. Clean up after yourselves, please, and remember – there is no food or drinks in the library.


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