My name is Qu’ran
Haynes, and I am an eighth grader at West Middle School. When I found out that
I was selected to be a student ambassador, I glowed in many different ways. I
realized I was considered one of the leaders of West Middle School, and I had
to set a great example for sixth and seventh graders coming to West.
Being a student
ambassador is about more than being a student. You get to meet many people, like
men and women from the district office and others from the community who want
to know more about your school. Have you ever heard a stereotype about your
school that wasn’t true? If you’re a student ambassador, you have a chance to
change that by showing people all the great things going on in your school.
One of my favorite memories
as a student ambassador was when I got to see the Friends of West Memorabilia
Room. I got to see the history of our school, and it made me feel more
connected to it. I recommend being a student ambassador to other students,
because it’s a way to express yourself and open the eyes of the community to
what your school is really like.
Registration packets for the 2020-21 school year were mailed to all RPS 205 families earlier this summer.
If a family does not submit the survey, students will – by default – be enrolled in in-person instruction, and transportation will not be provided.
You will be asked to complete an electronic survey to make your choice for either full-time remote instruction or in-person instruction for the upcoming school year.
Families will have options.
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