During Kindergarten registration, the Ministry of Education is conducting a voluntary survey regarding experiences in child care and community activities, called EYE@K.
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At Robert Moore School we believe that:

All students can learn, be successful and achieve to their potential. Student achievement is optimized when teaching addresses the learner's developmental level and learning style through differentiated instruction. All members of the school community must feel safe, respected and included. An open and positive partnership between home, school and community supports student achievement. Unique extra-curricular activities and opportunities will enhance the learning environment for our students.

September’s Character Trait: Respect

What is Respect?

Respect occurs when we honour the rights of others. We respect others' belongings, the environment, and the world around us. Respect can be shown in many little ways. The best way to ensure our children are respectful of others is to model respectful behaviour. 

Respect in Action

I will treat myself, the environment and other people with consideration, positive regard, courtesy, and dignity. 

What's Happening in our School

Author Eric Walters
Author Eric Walters visits schools
Posted on 09/27/2019
A Canadian author shared his love for reading with students across the Rainy River district. Eric Walters visited three schools in the district Sept. ...
Science Fair Winners
Local students among top at Regional Science Fair
Posted on 03/30/2019
Michael Redford (FFHS) and Tatum Ronmark (RMS) finished second and third, respectively, in the Sunset Country Regional Science Fair on March 30, 2019. ...


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Summer Learning Program
Summer Learning Program
The Rainy River District School Board will offer a Summer Learning Program for students in SK to grade 5 from July 2 to July 19, 2019.
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Speech and Hearing Month
May is Speech and Hearing Month
Effective speech language and hearing skills support students in accessing the curriculum, getting along socially with others, and participating in school. The ability of students to understand and use language to communicate will affect their academic, social, and vocational success.
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PIC newsletter
PIC Newsletter Spring 2019
Please have a look at the Parent Involvement Committee's Spring 2019 newsletter. Learn about online safety, programming, and upcoming performances. Find information about pathways planning and Kindergarten registration, as well as other initiatives and events taking place in our schools.
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2019 - 2020 School Year Bell Times

Yard Supervision Begins at 8:25 am

Morning Kiss-n-Ride hours: 8:25 am - 8:50 am

Morning Bell 8:50 am
School Starts 8:55 am
First Nutrition Break 10:35-11:11:20 am
Second Nutrition Break 1:00-1:45 pm
Dismissal Bell 3:25 pm

Afternoon Kiss-n-Ride hours: 3:25 pm - 3:40 pm