Renaissance MS Staff and Students Spotlight
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Dear Middle School Parents, August 31, 2015
Intramurals will begin on Tuesday, September 8, 2015 and will end on Thursday, April 28, 2016. The program will start at 7:25am and will end at 8:25am, Monday thru Thursday. There will be no intramurals on Friday. Intramurals are intended to supplement the regular physical education program, with the purpose of providing an opportunity for students who desire participation in physical activities beyond what is offered daily in our physical education classes. Middle grade students who participate in the intramural program will be exposed to the widest possible variety of sports, skills, and activities. This will offer students a chance to refine their interests and make choices to suit their personal abilities and needs.
Intramurals are a great way to get involved at school and meet tons of new people. If your child has not been involved in sports before, this is a great place to start. They don't have to worry about trying out and wondering if they'll "make it". Please take the first step by completing the registration form and returning it to Coach Garrett in the gym. Regular attendance and proper behavior will ensure a fun, safe environment for all students. Students are expected to be on their best behavior, if not they will be removed from the program. Remember that these intramurals will take place in the mornings before the start of school and no student can participate without a permission slip.
It's really easy! So what are you waiting for? Join intramurals and have some fun!
Intramural Program Coordinator
(770) 306-4336 ext.155
Friday, September 4, 2015 ALL students and staff are asked to wear your FAVORITE team jersey, as we TEAM UP against absenteeism.
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September Attendance Awareness Month
Congratulations Renaissance Middle School!
This is the day we have all been waiting for. Due to the consistent academic gains and progress with closing the school's achievement gap, Renaissance Middle School is no longer a Focus School! The Georgia Department of Education made the decision and announcement this summer. A special thank you goes out to our awesome faculty, staff, parents, and community members that worked collaboratively to restore academic excellence for our awesome students. Read below to see a list of all Fulton County schools that achieved this awesome accomplishment.