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The Weekly Publication of Raymond Park Intermediate Academy

8575 East Raymond Street, Indianapolis, IN 46239 317.532.8965 www.rpia.warren.k12.in.us

Raymond Park Intermediate Academy exists to ensure the intellectual and emotional growth of every student while promoting effective citizenship. The Puma Community recognizes that each student can and must succeed in an environment enriched with support, encouragement, and accountability.

WHERE SUCCESS IS DEFINED BY OUR INDOMITABLE WILL


ADMINISTRATION
Travis Koomler, Principal
tkoomler@warren.k12.in.us 1.317.532.8965

April 11, 2014 | Volume 4 | Issue 29 CIVILITY ORDER RESPECT EXCELLENCE

CHAMPIONS to the

Dear RPIA Families, Welcome Back! I hope you and your family enjoyed your Spring Intersession. It is a great opportunity to recharge the batteries and gear back up for the home stretch. Our students and staff are back to learning and preparing for the multiple choice portion of ISTEP. Our students will take this portion of ISTEP between the following dates: April 28 May 9th. On Tuesday, we met with all 6th graders to review the following information and expectations: The differences between 6th and 7th grade PAWS expectations Attendance incentives Spring dress code reminders Class trip information/payment due April 25th Extra-Curricular activities Leadership

Stephen Gainey, Dean


sgainey@warren.k12.in.us 1.317.532.8981

Linda Willen, Counselor


lwillen@warren.k12.in.us 1.317.532.8965

OFFICE STAFF
1.317.532.8965

Mary Crabtree, Secretary mcrabtr2@warren.k12.in.us Mary Ann DePrez, Registrar mdeprez@warren.k12.in.us

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I ask that you review this information with your student. Finally, mark your calendars for the following important family events: April 24th: PAC Night Discipline & ISTEP May 16th: 5th Grade Chicago Trip May 19th: 5th grade Open House May 23rd: 6th Grade Cincinnati Trip June 2nd: RPIA Awards Night

the Pathway to 2025

INNOVATE EDUCATE INSPIRE

As always, I appreciate your support. Mr. Koomler

CONGRATULATIONS
Grade 5
Weekly Attendance 96.5% Year to Date Attendance 97.1% The Raymond Park Academy PTSA forwarded nine student entries to the Indiana PTA Citizenship and Reflections contests back in January. We have received the results and three of our students have placed on the state level in the Reflections Contest. Congratulations to Kiera Sloan (Award of Merit in Literature), Ruby Dollar (Award of Excellence in Visual Art) and Melanie Copeland (Outstanding Interpretation in Literature). These students will be recognized for their achievements at the May PTA State Convention. Melanie's literature entry was chosen as the best in the state in the intermediate division and will go on to compete at the national level!

Grade 6
Weekly Attendance 98.5% Year to Date Attendance 96.2%

2013 2014
Attendance Goal 98% Student Enrollment 614 PTSA Membership 636 PTSA Membership 636

2014 2015 SCHOOL YEAR


Within just a couple of months the 2013 2014 school year will be ending. In order to facilitate a smooth transition to the next grade for your child, we are asking you to notify the school office if your fifth grade student will not be returning to Raymond Park for the 2014-2015 school year.

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BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL CARE


During the 2014 2015 school year, the YMCA will provide Before & After School Care at each of the Elementary Schools along with the Intermediate Academies. The hours will be 6:00am until school starts; and end of the school day until 6:00pm. Fees will be the following: AM Only $44/week/child PM Only $56/week/child Both $75/week/child The YMCA offers a variety of activities from Free Choice, Project Time, Large Group Activities, Small Group, Individual Time, Indoor & Outdoor Play, and Snack Time. The MSD of Warren Township and the Ransburg YMCA are excited about this partnership and what it will bring to the families of Warren Township.

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KINDERGARTEN ROUNDUP

Responsibility
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Warren Township will host an open enrollment night for new kindergarten students on Monday, April 14, at 7:00pm at each elementary school. To be considered for kindergarten, students must be five years old on or before August 31, 2014. Please contact your childs school for more Kindergarten Roundup information.

Putting First

SPORT PHYSICALS
The Community Health Network will hold a Warren Central High School and Middle School Sport Physical Night on Monday, April 14, from 6:00pm 8:00pm. The event takes place at Warren Central High School. The cost is $20 (cash/check) or $20.50 (debit/credit). This is a great opportunity for students needing physicals to participate in sports next school year.

MIRACLE MILE
Monday April 14 KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION Monday April 14 TEXAS ROADHOUSE NIGHT Monday April 21 WARREN WELLNESS EXTRAVAGANZA Thursday April 24 RPIA SUCCESS & PAC NIGHT Saturday April 26 WARREN RUN FOR KIDS Friday May 2 STUDENT PROGRESS REPORTS Friday May 2 FBI SPORTS & COOKOUT NIGHT Thursday May 29 MAKE - UP DAY Friday May 30 MAKE - UP DAY Monday June 2 MAKE - UP DAY Tuesday June 3 MAKE - UP DAY The Boys and Girls Cross Country team at Warren Central would like to extend an invitation to all students in grades 3-6 to participate in the first Warren Central Miracle Mile. This event gives students in Warren the opportunity to practice a healthy lifestyle choice, be exposed to a positive experience with the sport of running, and participate in fun, healthy competition. The Miracle Mile will take place on Wednesday, May 7th at the Warren Central Track. The event will feature 4 races and follow the tentative schedule below. 5:30pm 6:30pm 6:50pm 7:10pm 7:30pm Packet Pick-up and Registration at Warren Track West Gate 3rd/4th grade girls mile race 3rd/4th grade boys mile race 5th/6th grade girls mile race 5th/6th grade boys mile race

The 1 mile races will begin and finish on the Warren Track with the middle half going around the practice football fields west of the stadium. Student helpers will be out as course guides. Registration for the Miracle Mile is $10. Each participant will receive a t-shirt at the time of packet pickup, and awards will be given to the top 10 finishers in each race. Fill out and detach bottom half and mail it with payment to the following address Brian Miller Warren Central High School 9500 E 16th Street Indianapolis, IN 46219 Make Checks payable to Warren Central Cross Country
Contact Info: Brian Miller 317-532-6200 ext# 6341 email bmiller@warren.k12.in.us Brandon Jones 317-532-6200 ext# 4640 email bjones10@warren.k12.in.us

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Parent Signature ________________________________________

INDIANAPOLIS CHILDRENS CHOIR


The Indianapolis Childrens Choir Choral Festival Summer Camp brings together kids who love to sing for a week of music-making and fun. Kids will learn, laugh, and sing together in a vigorous, fast-paced environment. Sessions are available for students entering grades 3-8 in the fall of 2014. Dates for this years camp are June 16-21 or July 2125. Please visit www.icchoir.org/summercamp for more details or contact Leeann Ashby at lashby@icchoir.org.

April 28 May 7 IMAST TESTING April 28 May 9 ISTEP + TESTING Multiple Choice

WARREN WELLNESS EXTRAVAGANZA

Get Fit! Get Healthy! Mark your calendars for the 9th Annual Warren Wellness Extravaganza. Warren Township is proud to partner with Community Health Network to bring you this exciting event scheduled for April 21, 6:00pm-8:00pm at the Warren Central Field House. During our two-hour event, families will be exposed to many different physical activities, sample healthy snacks, receive information about summer sports camps, and much more. Again this year Community Health Network will hold a health fair in conjunction with our event. You will be able to get information from over 15 different booths representing the services available to families through the Community Health Network. In addition, health screenings will be offered to adults.

WARREN RUN FOR KIDS


5K RUN WALK & 3K COLOR RUN April 26, 2014
This will be a fun-filled event that will benefit students at the Warren Early Childhood Center. The day will start off with a 5K Run/Walk followed by a 3K Family Color Run. The 3K Family Color Run will be a modified Color Run where we will throw colors onto a canvas/sheets to create multiple works of art. The final products will be put on display at the Warren Early Childhood Center. If you are familiar with the original Color Runs, we will not be throwing paint on children. Raymond Park Intermediate Please use the informational site (www.tobsupport.com/5krun) to print off your Academy Students who purchase a registration and get more information. For specific questions or you would like to cafeteria lunch are not permitted see how you can help, email cgearlds@warren.k12.in.us The goal is to get at to bring any additional items into least 15-20 runners/walkers from each building. LETS GO PUMAS! the school cafeteria.

2014 2015 School Year


IN State Department of Health

FROM THE COUNSELOR


RELATED ARTS Next week 6th grade students will be bringing home a form regarding their related arts selection for 7th grade. All 6th grade students must sign up to take one of the following classes: Technical Education and Computers Band Choir Orchestra Additional information will be on the form. As your students receive information, if you have questions, feel free to contact me. Stay tuned for future information about additional opportunities regarding the middle school. RESPECT The CORE focus this month is respect and we are specifically focusing on self - respect. Each day your students are being challenged to do their best, which is one of the greatest demonstrations of self-respect. As students take care of themselves, they typically do not need to be concerned about respect from others. Respect breeds respect. Again, students will be chosen at the end of the month to have lunch with Mr. Koomler and me. But didnt we already do respect as part of PAWS this year? Yes, we did. We all know that respect IS THAT important. I say it again, as you demonstrate respect towards others, so will your students. ORDER Congratulations to the following students who were chosen as students of the month for the month of March. These students were selected because they know the importance of following rules and procedures and consistently help to maintain ORDER in the school. These students had lunch with Mr. Koomler and me earlier this week.

Immunization

Requirements
3 5 Years Old
3 Hep B (Hepatitis B) 4 DTaP (Diphtheria, Tetanus & Pertussis) 3 Polio (Inactivated Polio) 1 MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) 1 Varicella

Kindergarten
3 Hep B 5 DTaP 4 Polio 2 MMR 2 Varicella

2 Hep A (Hepatitis A)

Grades 1 5
3 Hep B 5 DTaP 4 Polio 2 MMR 2 Varicella

Grades 6 11
3 Hep B 5 DTaP 4 Polio 2 MMR 2 Varicella 1 Tdap (Tetanus & Pertussis) 1 MCV4 (Meningococcal conjugate)

Grade 12
3 Hep B 5 DTaP 4 Polio 2 MMR 2 Varicella 1 Tdap 2 MCV4

Warren Soccer Academy


The Warren Soccer Academy did not have enough interest to form a league. If you have registered, refunds can be requested by calling Warren Central High School.

ORDER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH


Joaquin Lagunas Matthew Jimenez Jake Dye Fabion Munoz Milan Loncarevic Dillon New Seth James Omar Orneles Robert Burcham Eli Stewart Riley McIntosh Dylon Clark Sean Black Rylond Gaines Angel Garcia Krysten Tyler Jonah Chappel Ethan Hoffman Dameyen McCurty Edgar Rivera Cameron Booker Abraham Maldonado Elijah Adams Jabree Jackson Gabby Feltner Katie Stevens Cimone Turner Sarah Schoen Ruby Dollar Aaliyah Bridges Ameerah Marlin Kalina Clouse Shasta Turentine Delainey Safstrom Lilly Vonhaugen Alaina House Alexis Jarmon Delilah Macharia Deonbrae Brown Kelli Rivers Taylor Thomas Kassie Cask Lauren Roberts Duyen Quang Megan Monroe

Apps to Watch Out For


WHISPER
You put in your zip code and it will tell you when people whisper something in your area and the user can decide whether to chat with them.

SOCIAL MEDIA

ASK FM
Users of this social network can ask other users questions, and can choose to remain anonymous when doing so.

KIK
Boasting 100 million users, Kik is an instant messenger with a built-in mobile web browser. This is just one of several options children use to hide text messages.

SNAPCHAT
A ghost is the logo for this social network, representing the nature of the messages it sends. The messages or photos disappear a few seconds after being opened.

YOUTUBE
The reigning king of Internet video, Google's YouTube app allows the sharing and viewing of all kinds of video. If the settings aren't set for children, there is lots of inappropriate content certain aged children should not be exposed to.

SKOUT
Searching for other users based on proximity is the specialty of this app that also includes chatting features & GPS.

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