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 801.476.5220  | 4350 W. 4800 S.  West Haven, UT  84401

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 CHEER MEETING

When:  March 4th

Where:  Room #119 (Mr. Saunder's Room)

Time:  2:00pm

This meeting is MANDATORY to try-out

 

 

 CHEER CLINIC   

When:  March 29th-31st

Where:  Gym

Time:  2:00pm - 4:00pm

Cost:  $25.00

These clinics are MANDATORY to tryout

 

Cheer Tryouts

April 1st @ 3:00

 

  

When:  Monday, November 20, 2020      

Where:  Here at Rocky @ 9:00am

 

Click here for more Info

Latinos in Action (LIA) is a great class that is centered around developing the student individually,

as well as in the community.

The class is founded upon principles that are prevalent in the latino and

hispanic community, but anyone is welcome to join.

 

We are limited on spots, but students are welcome to fill out an application each year.

We tutor at the elementary multiple times a week in the area of reading,

we develop career skills in class, and we also go to a big conference

 each year to learn with students from all around Utah and Idaho. 

 

 

 

Advisor:  Austin Storey, room # 132 

For more information: https://latinosinaction.org/

Support RMJH Parent Teacher Student Organization

Shop at smile.amazon.com and Amazon will donate to RMJH PTSO at no cost to you!!

Click the button below and then click "Start shopping"!

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Parent Teacher Conferences

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

1:00pm - 6:30pm

 

Only 1 parent and your student are invited to attend.

Masks are required.  

 

Meetings with teachers are limited to 5 minutes.  

If you need more time, please schedule an appointment. 

 

Mr. Lanham and Mrs. Harris will coach the Rocky VEX Robotics Team this year. This is an awesome club that teaches engineering, design, computer science, and teamwork. Last year we had two of our four teams qualify for the State Championship, and one team qualified for the World Championship. This year, we will be able to pick about 20 students to join, who will then be split up into 5 teams of 4 students each. We will meet right after school at least one day a week to practice coding, robot design, robot driving, and engineering design. 

 


For questions about the team,  please contact Michael Lanham () or Jessica Harris ().

 

Rocky VEX Robotics Team 2020

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Buck, Eli  Lovato, Gavin
Burnett, Carter Moulding, Ashton
Burrows, Addisyn Rasor, Connor
Christensen, Luke Riley, Hallie
Farner, Camden Robison, Charly
Farner, Daniel Russell, Maylen
Harrop, Hunter Saunders, Saul
Hess, Leah Summerill, Josh
Morck, Asher Tea, Jonathan
Larsen, Daniel  

 

 

The COVID-19 Hotline is a great resourse for families to accress free testing locations, as well as general information regarding the symptoms, causes and other details about the virus. 

 

                                                                                            1 (800) 456-7707

 

healthcare workers

1st Quarter ends Tuesday, September 22.  

All assignments are due.

 

Grade will be posted Wednesday, September 23.

Peer Leaders are nominated by teachers as being a student that is a good role model for other students

and someone who is trustworthy and reliable.

 

Peer Leaders help out with Red Ribbon Week, Sub for Santa, Teacher Appreciation, and Character Education. 

 

Advisors:  John Richards - Jamie Pilkington

The GERMAN CLUB at Rocky has designed a t-shirt,

and will be selling them through the school store.

$10 per shirt

Please pay in the office, then watch for an email from Herr Reichard to get t-shirt sizes.

All orders are due by Friday, September 10th at 3 pm.

Here is what the shirts will look like this year!

 

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RED RIBBON WEEK
Mon. Oct. 25 Tues. Oct. 26 Wed. Oct 27 Thurs. Oct 28
"Leave Drugs in the Past"
 
Dress from your favorite decade!!
bright
"Friends don't let Friends do Drugs"
 
Dress like twins with a friend
dress like twins
"Put a Cap on Drugs"
 
Wear a hat to school
hat day

 

 

 

 

"Team up Against Drugs"
 
Wear Rocky Colors or Team Jerseys
jersey

 

 

 

 

What is Hope Squad?

 

Hope Squads reduce youth suicide through education, training, and peer intervention.

Hope Squad members are nominated by their classmates as trustworthy peers and trained by advisors.

 

Advisors: Caysie Bowden - Ashlee Hamblin - Allen Smith

                                                                                                                                                                                            

 For more information:   https://hopesquad.com

makeup picture day

 

School Pictures

Retake Day: Tuesday, Oct 19

(If you had pictures taken, but you don't like the way they look)

 

To Pay online, please follow these instructions:

  • Click the image above and follow the prompts to complete your order.
  • Once your order is complete, you will get a code. Enter this code in the "Paid Online" Section of your order envelope.
Rocky Mountain Jr High MYCONNECT
 
In order to better communicate with our parents and students, we invite you to join Rocky Mountain's MYCONNECT "opt-in" notification system.    
We will be able to send you important school information and emergency notifications through a text. 
 
To join simply 
Text: 70288 
Message:  join@rmjhparent
 

educators rising

Welcome to Educators Rising!

Educators Rising is a national membership organization for aspiring teachers. 

It is a school-based program that helps young people explore teaching and focus on issues and challenges facing today's teachers.

Students will learn educational standards and participate in local and state competitions.

Experience in Educators Rising allows students to follow the education pathway with the potential for college scholarships.  

 

 Advisor:  Mrs. Harmon, room #169

 

Learn more here at:https://www.educatorsrising.org/

 

GRIZZLIES BOYS BASKETBALL 2021

 HEAD COACH - TERRY SCHRIVER

ASSISTANT COACH - JEFF GILES

 

CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE

GRIZZLIES BASKETBALL SITE

 

INTERMURALS

Basketball on empty court in dark stadium

6:15 am / $5

8th and 9th Graders Mon, Wed & Fri (Starting Nov 1st)

7th Graders Tues & Thu (Starting Nov 2nd)

 

Contact Coach Suttlemyre or Coach Saunders for more information

 

BASKETBALL TRYOUTS

DEC 8TH, 9TH & 10TH

 

SCHEDULE/RESULTS
CLICK HERE
  GAMES START AT 3:00 PM  
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If you are interested in participating in the NUHope Suicide Awareness Walk,

please click the button below. You will be taken to the sign-up page.

Anyone can sign up!

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Dear Parents,

 

We hope that this letter finds you and your family doing well during this ultra-challenging time. We commend you and your student(s) - our school staff is reporting that students continue to be excited to be in school and are complying with our “mask up” requirement, and we know that parents are a BIG reason for their cooperative spirit! We truly want to keep in-person learning opportunities available and extracurricular activities going! Thank you for your ongoing support and cooperation.

Weber School District has been continuously evaluating both student needs, as well as our teachers’ capacity to meet those needs. It has become increasingly apparent that expecting teachers to teach students in person, as well as both short-term and long-term flexible learners, is unrealistic in many situations.  Even with the additional 45 minutes each day, this expectation is unsustainable. We are proud and extremely grateful for the tremendous efforts teachers have made on behalf of all students during an unprecedented time.

Adjustment to the Long-Term Flexible Learning Option: 

 

Working closely with the Weber County Commissioners, Superintendent Jeff Stephens articulated that one of Weber School District’s highest priorities is to provide critical support for teachers related to working with both in-person and long-term flexible learners. The commissioners recognized the teachers’ needs and redirected CARES funding that had been allocated to Weber County. This money has now been granted to Weber School District to assist our teachers. We are deeply appreciative of our county commissioners and their commitment to support the teachers and students in our district.

 

Beginning second quarter (November 2, 2020), we will be making an adjustment as it relates to our long-term flexible learners. Families who opt to have their students in the long-term flexible learning model will be assigned to Weber School District certified teachers in our Weber Online program. These instructors will be supporting your son or daughter via Weber Online coursework, on a quarter-by-quarter basis. We will continue to stay connected to you and your child in a number of ways so that if you should decide to have your child return to our school for in-person learning, the transition will be a smooth one. We believe that this adjustment will not only better serve our long-term flexible students, but it will also provide some much needed relief for our regular classroom teachers.  We want to emphasize that your son or daughter will be assigned to a certified Weber School District teacher. The Weber Online program will be directed by a principal who works solely with our long-term flexible students. Furthermore, with the help of this acquired funding, we are currently planning to expand our Weber Online program as well as add magnet courses to address long-term flexible learners, beginning second quarter. 

 

Most classroom teachers will only be responsible for in-person students and those who are out of school for a short period of time (short-term flexible learners), beginning second quarter (November 2, 2020). These short periods away from school would be in relation to at-home isolation for contracting Covid-19 or quarantine due to exposure to Covid-19. The details are still being defined as we consider and process the feedback we’ve received. More detailed information will be forthcoming. 

 

We greatly appreciate that everyone is working together to ensure that we are able to continue to provide flexible learning options for all students during a very difficult time. And, we applaud our parents and students’ efforts to adhere to mitigation of risk strategies (i.e., wearing masks/face coverings on school grounds, staying home when symptomatic, following school/classroom mitigation of risk plans) being implemented in our schools. Our goal is to keep our schools open and kids learning!  Thank you for your support of the teachers of Weber School District. Enjoy your Fall Break!



Sincerely,

Bret Craynor

Principal

Rocky Mountain Jr.. High School

FBLA

 

Future Business Leaders of America introduces junior high school students to the world of business.  They can explore careers and delve into business principles with real-world activities, including:

  • Job shadow projects
  • Community service activities
  • Leadership development programs

Your students will sharpen their communication, leadership, and teamwork skills, preparing them for high school and the workplace before many of their peers.

Your students can also attend online and in-person events and conferences to compete against other students or hone their leadership skills through interactive workshops and seminars.

FBLA Mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. The mission is brought to life through the application of the motto: Service, Education, and Progress.

 

Advisor:  Mrs.Watkins, room # 117

For more information about FBLA : https://youtu.be/T5Y6jH5RlV4

 

GRIZZLY VOLLEYBALL 2021

HEAD COACH - LOLA JEAN LAMB

ASSISTANT COACHES - CARRIE MORRILL - MANDI LAMB - BROOKE LAMB

2021-2022 Volleyball Team

Click here for the live stream for home games

 

9th Grade 8th Grade 7th Grade
Brielle Wray Alina Rodrock Kalli Bremser
Maelyn Merrill Rylee Keisel Ainsley Schiffman
Olivia Kapp Bella Alverson Preslie Anderson 
Elizabeth Glommen Ayzlee Sessions  
Savannah Palmatier Hailee Ellsworth  
Maddie Huffaker Brooklyn Stahle  
Ella Reynolds Kamryn Bell   
Ella Doxey    
     
Red Shirts
Livia Bailey Kelcey Crowton Aliyah Mann
Macie Benson Abby Rudman Kambry Davis
  Mia Morrison  
 

 

ZIP HOODIES

Black zip hoodies

Order between now and December 3rd!!

Cost is between $30 and $32

 

 

 

To order your zip hoodie, click here!

UNITY DAY WEDNESDAY - OCTOBER 21st

HERE AT ROCKY WE STAND UNITED AGAINST BULLYING!

Wear ORANGE  to show that you are against bullying

and unite with us to stand for kindness, acceptance

and inclusion.    

 

 

FCCLA

FCCLA equips members with real world skills through Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) education by preparing members for careers through its four Career Pathways: Human Services, Hospitality and Tourism, Education and Training, and Visual Arts and Design.

FCCLA members will strengthen skills, forge friendships, and make a positive difference in today’s world through participation in Competitive Events, serving in leadership positions, attending conferences across the nation, networking with youth leaders, and attaining essential college- and career-ready skills.

"Members develop skills for life through: character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation."

 

Advisor: Mrs. Heron, room #102

For more information about FCCLA:   http://fcclainc.org/

 

2021 GRIZZLY SOFTBALL

HEAD COACH - LOLA JEAN LAMB 

ASSISTANT COACHES - WYATT HANSEN - MANDI LAMB - RYLEE BALL 

  

GRIZZLY SOFTBALL TEAM
Player  Player  Player 
Ella Doxey 9th Kamryn Bell 8th Capree Pierson 7th
Olivia Kapp 9th Hailee Ellsworth 8th Cambree Pierson 7th
    Rylee Andreasen 8th Avarie Floto 7th
    Addee Johnsen 8th Abby Rudman 7th
    Ayzlee Sessions 8th Jaylan Eddy 7th

 

 

Manager  Manager  Manager 
Quincy Jonhson 9th Savannah Palmatier 9th Sydney Craythorne 8th

 SCHEDULE/RESULTS 

Forthcoming

       ALL GAMES START @ 3 PM

 

Our Lady Grizzlies will be playing Wahlquist 

Wednesday, October 14th @ 3:30 @ SandRidge Park

2100 W. 4475 S  Roy - North of SandRidge Jr. High

Come cheer our girls on as they play to become 

Softball Champions for 2020!     

cheering

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   MASK UP & SOCIAL DISTANCE       

German Club

DEUTSCHKLUB

FEES

  • One-time $12 fee for the year!  If you are in Deutsch, you may join at any point throughut the year.  See Herr Reichard for more details.
  • Pay $10 and get a Deutschklub t-shirt!  Anyone can buy one of these, or two or seventeen!!  It's only $10 per shirt!

 

ACTIVITIES

  • At-school activities!  For example:  Bratwurst, Ping Pong competition, movies, holiday celebrations, food.
  • Field trips!  Flowrider (The Junction), Christkindlmarkt (This is the Place), Hof Germanfest (Golden Spike Arena), Ice Skating (Ogden Ice Sheet) 

 

Join the club!! 

Learn about the cultures!! 

Get a t-shirt!!

Eat some good food!!

Advisor:  Herr Reichard, room #134 

 

  

 2021 Grizzly Football

 

HEAD COACH- DOUG BROWN
ASSISTANT COACHES -CASEY ROCHE & TROY DIXON

 

Name Grade Name Grade
Parker Anderson  9  Ahvi Ange 8
Gavin Avis 9 Taggart Burton 8
Nash Bailey 9 Taylor Graham 8
Parks Benson 9 Cade Hadley 8
Trey Bridge 9 Hinckley Keele 8
Beau Chatlin 9 Porter Lawrence 8
Quinn Cooper 9 Cason Malan 8
Max Doutt 9 Triston Mann 8
Brigham Erickson 9 Dylan Rector 8
Carson Famuliner 9 Cooper Roundy 8
Bryce Goodwin 9 Cole Walton 8
Logan Hanson 9 Saul Zamorano 8
Braylor Hogan 9    
Jayden Lively 9
Isaac Mendenhall 9  
Daxton Neerings 9  
Owen Orrock 9  
Jaden Papenfuss 9  
Jaxon Paystrup 9  
Mason Peterson 9  
Lucas Platt 9    
Kaeden Posell 9 Managers
Kanyon Pratt 9
Will Ridgway 9 Brady Famuliner
Xander Stevens 9 Lilly Howard
Coy Tuckett 9 Addie Koford
Noah Walton 9 Crystal Peterson
Hunter Webb 9 Tucker Peterson
Carter Wilson 9 Braxton Pratt

 

Click here for the SCHEDULE/RESULTS

Forthcoming

 All games start at 3 pm

END OF YEAR TESTING

APRIL 20TH - APRIL 23RD

7:40AM - 9:35AM

 

Testing Tips: 

Get a good nights rest

Eat breakfast

Be to school on time and ready to test 

 

Parents:  Please schedule ALL appointments around these dates!

 

 

 

EARLY OUT SCHEDULE

SCHOOL DISMISSED @ 12:15 PM

ON THESE DAYS 

Wednesday, August 25, 2021  (1st Day of School)
Thursday, August 26, 2021
Friday, August 27, 2021
Wednesday, September 8, 2021
Wedensday, September 29, 2021  (PTC)
Wednesday, November 10, 2021 
Tuesday, December 21, 2021  (Winter Break)
Wednesday, February 2, 2022
Wednesday, Februray 23, 2022  (PTC)
Thursday, March 17, 2022  (End of 3rd Quarter)
Wednesday, April 27, 2022
Friday, May 27, 2022   (Last Day of School)

 

 
Students, we know you take amazing photos of yourself and your friends all year. This year, you can send them to us, and you may see them in the yearbook or end-of-year slideshow. These can be photos of you and your friends at school, or photos of how you are handling what is probably a lot more at-home time this year than usual.
 
Use the form below to send us photos. You can submit as many times as you like, but you can only submit up to 10 photos at a time. Make sure all your photos are school appropriate, have no filters, and contain at least one RMJH student in them. 
 
 
 
Yearbook staff get to design and create the school yearbook for the end of the year. 
Students learn photography, design, business, and organizational skills as they complete the book. 
Students interested in being on the yearbook staff can apply during the end of the school year. 

 

Yearbook Staff 2021 - 2022

Laney Butler

Rachel Daniels

Karli Freeman

Libby Jacobson

Nakiya Little

Corbyn Macari

Chloe Phillips

Kate Presnell

Maylen Russell

Morgan Snitker

Olivia Voorhees

Kyree Wilson

 

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