Eye@K
05/03/2018
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.


 

 

 

What's Happening in our School

Connected North
Connected North@Home Adventures
Posted on 06/17/2020
Welcome to Connected North@Home Adventures! These FREE live adventures will engage our young adventurers to ​connect, explore and create while at home ...
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Thought Exchange
Feedback wanted on return to school
Posted on 06/05/2020
We want to hear your ideas on what the RRDSB should consider in order for students, parents/guardians, and staff to feel safe and supported as we plan ...
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PIC newsletter fall 2020
PIC Newsletter - Fall 2020
11/05/2020
Please have a look at the Parent Involvement Committee's Fall 2020 newsletter. While this school year looks a bit different, the school/home relationship is of utmost importance. In this newsletter, learn about the effects of bullying, how to support school bus safety at home, and how to keep your kids cyber secure. Also, find information about student immunization services, mental health activities, and changes to assessment, evaluation, and reporting for the 2020-21 school year.
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FNMI newsletter
FNMI Newsletter Fall 2020
11/04/2020
The FNMI newsletter is released annually to share the highlights of FNMI learning in our schools. This year's newsletter is being released during Treaties Recognition Week (Nov. 2-6). The Rainy River District School Board continues to support and increase knowledge, understanding and awareness of First Nation, Métis and Inuit histories, cultures and perspectives for all staff and students.
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Spring 2020 PIC newsletter
PIC Newsletter - Spring 2020
05/06/2020
Please have a look at the Parent Involvement Committee's Spring 2020 newsletter. Learn about what the Rainy River District School Board is doing to assist families in distance learning, as well as additional resources to utilize at home. Find information about upcoming parent webinars, a survey to provide feedback on distance learning, and how to submit a nomination for the Recognition of Service Awards.
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2020 - 2021 School Year Bell Times

No morning supervision.

Morning Kiss-n-Ride hours: 8:35 am - 8:55 am

Morning Bell 8:40 am
School Starts 8:45 am
First Nutrition Break 10:25 - 11:15 am
Second Nutrition Break 12:55 - 1:45 pm
Dismissal Bell 3:25 pm

Afternoon Kiss-n-Ride hours: 3:15 pm - 3:35 pm