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Our Administration Contacts 
 
Mrs. Nicole Meibos, Principal
 
Mr. Rob Lake, Assistant Principal
 
 
Phone - 801-476-5220
 
4350 W. 4800 S., WEST HAVEN, UT 84401

Counseling Information

Counseling Website

 

Phone # 801-476-5226

August

7   |   New Student Registration

11   |   Registration

21   |   Back To School

22   |   Early out all week @ 12:15

22   |   First Day Of School

Parent & Student Survey 2016

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Principal's Message 2015-16

April 2016

 

Welcome Spring!  April brings about many exciting events for students.  We have our annual 5k Fun Run that will be held on April 16th at Fremont High School.  This year the money raised at the Fun Run will be used to add another set of Chromebooks for students. If you haven’t already signed up you can still sign up in the office or the morning of the race.

 

Our Friends of Rachel (FOR) Club has been actively involved in continuing to spread the message from the Rachel’s Challenge assembly that was held last school year. They will be involved in a couple of community service projects this month.  On April 12th they will be placing pinwheels outside the front doors in recognition and prevention of child abuse in Utah.  On April 22nd they will be joining with elementary students from Country View to clean up the campus at Rocky and Country View!  We are so proud of all the wonderful things that our students have been involved in making Rocky Mountain Junior High a positive place to be!

 

Students will begin the SAGE writing test this month to show off what they have learned this year and the great skills they have learned in writing.  SAGE testing in math, science and English will begin shortly after.  Good Luck Grizzlies!!! Let’s show everyone what awesome students you are!!

Here are some other important dates to remember this month:

 

  • April 11th         Student Government Elections
  • April 11th         SAGE Writing Test Begins
  • April 16th         5K Fun Run @ Fremont High School 8:30 am
  • April 19th         Midterm
  • April 22nd         F.O.R. Club Community Service Project with Country View
  • April 25th         State Math Contest

Baseball and track kick off their seasons beginning this month.  We will also be celebrating Librarian Day the week of April 11th and Secretary/Aide Appreciation Day the week of April 25th.  Let these amazing and wonderful people know how much you appreciate them!

Please check the school calendar on our website for all of the events this month.

 

 I can’t believe that we are in 4th quarter and almost finished with this school year! It has been a wonderful year.  Let’s finish strong Grizzlies!

 

Nicole Meibos

Principal

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Principal’s Message
 
 

February 2016

 

 

It’s hard to believe that we are already into 3rd quarter!  Grizzlies have been working hard and have accomplished many great things so far this school year. February brings about some exciting events for many of our students. The 9th graders will be meeting with the Fremont High or Roy High counseling departments to begin their registration process for next year. 7th & 8th graders have also begun their registration process for next year as well.  The RMJH counselors have met with many of the incoming 7th grade students at the elementary schools to introduce themselves and to begin their registration process. The week of February 15th - 19th is Counselor Appreciation Week! Make sure you take a minute and thank your counselor for all of their hard work and dedication.

 

 

Important Dates to remember this month:

 

 

  • February 5th   Boys’ Basketball Playoff Game at North
  • February 8th   Honor’s Ice Skating Field Trip
  • February 9th   Midterm
  • February 15th President’s Day – No School
  • February 17th Parent Teacher Conference 1:00-5:00pm & 5:30-7:30 pm
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RMJH students are also busy with lots of extra-curricular activities this month.  The boys’ basketball team will be heading to the playoffs on Friday February 5th against North Ogden Junior High! The girls’ basketball team will begin their season on February 12th!  Band and Orchestra will be performing in District.  Check out the school calendar for all of the exciting events that will be taking place! We love our Grizzlies!

 

 

Nicole Meibos

 

 

RMJH Principal

 

 

 

 

 

Principal’s Message

 

January 2016
 
Welcome to the year 2016!  It is great to have all of our wonderful students back with us after the winter break.  We are winding down 2nd quarter and the end of 1st semester which will end on January 14th.  It’s hard to believe that we are half way done with this school year! 
 
This month we will begin the registration process for next school year.  We will begin with 7th graders registering for 8th grade which will be done during their English classes.  Fremont High School counselors will be conducting a registration presentation for 9th graders this month as well. 
 
Here are some important dates to remember this month:
 
January 14th                End of 2nd term
January 15th                No School – Professional Development Day
January 18th                No School – Martin Luther King Day
January 19th                3rd Quarter Begins
 
RMJH students are also busy with lots of extra-curricular activities this month.  Boy’s basketball have begun their season this month and the girl’s basketball team are getting geared up for theirs. Come out and support our awesome Grizzly athletes!  Check out the school calendar for all of the exciting events that will be taking place!
 
We love our Grizzlies!
 
Mrs. Meibos
 
RMJH Principal

 

December 2015

 

Another year of our Sub 4 Santa campaign off to a great start! This is our second year that during Den Time students have been competing in a dodge ball tournament to raise money for Sub 4 Santa.  The Den Time classes form a team of ten players and pay an entry fee for their team to compete. 

 

All of the fees are donated to the Sub 4 Santa campaign.  The championship game will be held during the assembly on December 22nd.   Students have done a wonderful job so far donating and participating in the dodge ball tournament to help out those who are less fortunate.  Our student body officers and peer leaders have identified several families in our community who are in need of some help this Christmas. The money that is donated for Sub 4 Santa will go towards helping these families this holiday season.  So far RMJH students have raised just almost $2,500! Thank you for your donations.  If you would like to make a donation please come into the office!

 

The character education topic this month is Pay It Forward.  Our F.O.R. (Friends of Rachel) Club is challenging students to bring in canned good donations.  They have set the challenge at 1,000 cans!  Mrs. Sportsman is building a tree in the library of the cans that have been donated.  The canned goods will be given to the Salvation Army.

 

The volleyball and NAL teams had a great season!  Volleyball has made it to the championship game!  They will play North on December 4th at 3:30 at Roy High School.  Let’s go lady Grizzlies!

 

We are continuing to work on our goal of having our entire 9th grade on track for graduation through our Back on Track – Grizzlies for Graduation program. 

 

If your 9th grader failed a class first quarter please contact the counseling office to find out more information about how to get your student Back on Track!

 

Important dates to remember this month:

 

  • December 4th              Championship Volleyball Game @ RHS
  • December 4th             Winter Dance @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
  • December 10th            Orchestra Concert
  • December 14th – 18th Art Show Display
  • December 16th            Choir Concert
  • December 17th            Band Concert
  • December 22nd           Early Out for Winter Break

**check the school calendar for other events and activities

 

We hope that you have a wonderful holiday season! Thank you for all of your support!

 

 

Mrs. Meibos

 
 
Principal’s Message
 
November 2015
 
It’s hard to believe that first quarter is already over and that the holidays are just around the corner!  We will begin our Sub 4 Santa Fundraiser this month.  Students will be able to participate in a Dodge Ball Tournament to help raise money! We will continue the fundraiser for money and canned food through December 18th. We appreciate your support during this special time so that we can help out some of those who are less fortunate.  Last year RMJH students were able to raise over $2,500! Thank you Grizzlies!
 
RMJH student athletes are pretty awesome! Our girls’ softball team won the district championship again this year! Back to Back champions!  Way to go girls! Our boy’s football team made it to the district mini-playoffs but came up a little short to move on to the playoffs.    Many of you also joined us for our amazing choir, band and orchestra concerts as well as the interactive school play, Never Play with Dead Things.  The students have learned so much already this year. Their performances have been superb! 
 
On November 9th we conducted a Lock Down drill in conjunction with the Weber County Sheriff's Office.  Students were informed and educated on how to respond during a Lock Down drill that occurs in between class periods last week.  The drill was held in between first and second period that day.
 
The drill went very well in which students and teachers were able to follow the Weber School District Standard Response Protocol for a Lock Down drill. We were able to learn things that will help us improve our response in the future. We are so proud of your students for the great job that they did that day!  We would also like to thank the Weber County Sheriff's Office Deputies for their commitment to help keep our students safe.
 
Please come and join us for Volleyball and NAL this month! You can find the schedules for the games on our school calendar and website.
 
A few important dates to remember this month:
• Parent-Student Education Night November 11th 
• Explore Test for 8th graders on November 12th 
•Thanksgiving Break  November 25th , 26th & 27th  
•Honor’s Activity on November 23rd 
 
We love having such fantastic students at RMJH! Thank you for your support and dedication to your student’s success.  
 
Nicole Meibos, Principal

 

 

Principal’s Message

August 2015

Welcome back to school Grizzlies!  I hope that all of you had a wonderful summer and have had some time for rest and relaxation. I am looking forward to a great school year ahead!

Welcome back to school Grizzlies!  As the principal of RMJH, I want to take this opportunity to tell you how excited and honored I am to be at a school, and in a district where commitment to excellence is the norm.  The entire staff here works collaboratively to provide a safe, supportive, and caring environment.  We believe that through respect and communication all students can find success.

We provide a rigorous curriculum, and offer many opportunities for students to be successful.  Classroom time is devoted to learning, and instructional time is used wisely.  Teachers use a variety of teaching strategies to engage student interest, and address the unique learning styles of each student; this supports a deeper understanding of the curriculum.  RMJH is dedicated to creating 21stcentury classrooms through the use of current technology, comprehensive instructional strategies and best practices.  Whether students are interested in athletics, the arts, leadership, or academics, they will find an outlet for their talents. 

Late starts will continue to be EVERY Tuesday in which classes will begin at 8:10 am.   Buses will run on their normal schedule.  We ask that students enter school through the main front doors.

Parents we also need your help with the student drop off/ pick up area.  Please use the designated area located on the east side of the building.  Please do not drop off your student in the bus loading area or at the front of the main entrance or main parking lot.  We want to make our parking lot as safe as we can for students, teachers, staff and parents.  We appreciate your cooperation!

We want to welcome our new 7th graders and new students to Rocky Mountain Junior High!  We are excited for you to be a part of a wonderful school! We would also like to welcome several new teachers and staff members:

On behalf of teachers and support staff, we welcome you to the 2015 – 2016 school year.  Please don’t hesitate to contact me by phone or email if you need any additional information or have questions about Rocky Mountain Junior High School.

Go Grizzlies!

Nicole Meibos

Principal RMJH