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note: This web site will not be updated until August. If you have
any questions concerning the 2013-2014 school year, please contact
the Main Office at 563.552.5000.
ERMS administrators and staff would like to thank everyone in the
Raptor Family for a great 2012-2013 school year! We thank you for
all of your support through the year and we can't wait to return in
August to what we love doing best! Stay safe kids, make smart choices
and enjoy your summer!
Graduates! Check out the exact moment our awesome 8th grade Raptors
ended their middle school career! We will miss them all! Check
this Rosie??!! Noooo, it's Maggie from House 8-1! She had no idea
she looked exactly like Rosie the Riveter until one of her teachers
ran to get a poster and taught her all about it! Just another teachable
moment at ERMS! Click on it for a closer view!
is outstanding! The ERMS Saxophone Quartet is performing a fantastic
number! You can enjoy it right here! Check
Williams' & Mrs. Stackis's 7th graders produced their very
own Public Service Announcements! Some focus on Bullying & Cyber
Bullying while others offer advice on various topics. This was part
of a contest sponsored by the federal government. Check them out
group is the ABC (Anti Bullying Club). They have been working
hard all year, trying to get events established, and did the work
in collaboration with Riverview Center to get the movie Bully to show
for the entire schoool. "All it takes is ONE VOICE!"
6th graders create a poetry book and you can bid on a special copy!
All proceeds go to St. Mark's Community Center! BIDDING IS CLOSED.
If you would like to purchase a copy, please contact
graders reenact the Battle at Gettysburg! Click on the ERMS YouTube
Channel link in the left column to watch the VIDEOS! Click here to check out
the details and pictures!
students spent Saturday morning at Swiss Valley! Check out what they learned!
Ripperger's 7th graders have been discussing the contributions
of West African culture on the U.S. One has been the art of storytelling.
His students found intriguing folk tales and adapted them. Check
them out here!
to House 8-1 as they represented the 8th graders in the Dodgeville
Championship! Another great PBIS reward activity!
It was a CLEAN SWEEP at the District Battle of the Books! Click here!
students start to investigate the Civil War!
to Grace T. and Elizabeth K! They tied for 5th place at the Telegraph
Herald Spelling Bee! We are so very proud to call them R-A-P-T-O-R-S
to Zach L.! He has qualified for the State Geography Bee and will
be representing ERMS on April 5 in Des Moines! Good job and good luck,
Insulting! These students use Shakespeare's language to form
funny insults! Click here!
Activity Time, students always enjoy the Puzzle Club! Click
here to see how much patience these students have!
it out! ERMS Dance Team performing at a recent Dance
Exhibition! Click on the image, it's a video!
Place! Congratulations to our Math Counts Team at the Math Counts
Competition on Sat. Feb. 16! They competed against other tri-state
middle schools. Click here!
are the ERMS winners at the Sectional Spelling Bee and they are
now advancing to the Regional Spelling Bee on Sat., March 9th!
Congrats to: Jakob H., Casey N., Grace T., Elizabeth K., and Tony
out our Roaring Raptor boys Basketball teams!
grade History students research American Flag history, learn proper
flag etiquette, and even learn how to properly fold a flag! Check
herefor information from Nurse
Stone on the flu!
to our Top 10 geographers! Click here
to see who won School Champ in our GEO Bee competition!