Kids love Popcorn Days!! At the end of every trimester your child will receive a bag of popcorn in the morning to get their day to a popping start! It's a fun celebration to inspire a fun and meaningful activity to increase excitement in the classroom to implement curriculum, and achievements. We can always use extra hands, so please feel free to let us know if you would like to share this experience with your kids!



Save your box tops to help raise money for the PTA. The proceeds help the teachers and students with classroom supplies to help with their learning environment.  We will begin to collect box tops starting the first day of the school year and continue until school is out for summer break! 


Please package them in baggies and have your child bring to their RISE teacher, or front office. Visit www.boxtops4education.com for a complete list of participating brands. You can also register for an account to view RMS' earning and find other ways to earn bonus points for RMS. Each label is worth 10 cents!   Earn even more cash to help Revere Middle School get what it needs through the Box Tops for Education® Bonus App. Turn your everyday receipts into cash for your school. It’s free and as easy as 1-2-3. To see how it works go to: https://www.boxtops4education.com/bonusapp 



Save your Acme receipts to help raise money for the RMS PTA.  The proceeds help the teachers and students with classroom supplies to help with their learning environment.  Turn in your Acme Fresh Market Community Cash Back receipts to earn 5% cash back for RMS PTA! How is works: Start saving your receipts August - December, and return them by January 10th in a baggie to your child's RISE teacher, or front office. For more information visit https://www.acmestores.com/community-cash-back/



Sign up for the Apples for Students program at Giant Eagle and a portion of your shopping sales goes to Revere Middle School! Register your Giant Eagle Advantage Card® online. Visit the My School Programs page and enter code 2703 for RMS. You’re done! Once it is set up, you never have to think about it again! You can earn money for up to 5 schools simultaneously - so if you have a child at multiple schools you can either choose 1 or all by entering each schools corresponding code when registering! Visit https://schools.gianteagle.com/how-does-it-work-families.aspx



National PTA Reflections encourages students of all ages to unleash creative talents and be inspired. Express themselves imaginatively in their artwork, experience the fun and joy of making art and tap into critical-thinking skills to create art inspired by the annual theme. Receive positive recognition for their original works of art. All students attending PTA schools sponsoring the program are invited to participate and submit original artwork in one of six areas: · Dance/choreography · Literature · Photography · Film production · Music composition · Visual arts. Artworks are submitted first to school PTA's, where they are recognized, celebrated and judged by five grade-level divisions, while a non-judged Special Artists division celebrates student artists with special needs. State-level Award of Excellence honorees will receive special recognition at the National Ohio PTA Convention in April. Deadlines for entries vary by year, but typically in December/January.  For more information please contact Karen Smik at kls1650@roadrunner.com and click on the link below.




Revere High School presents a district wide art show in April to display selected artwork from Richfield Elementary, Bath Elementary, Revere Middle, and Revere High School. These are judged by an outside artists and a few of the entries are selected to win in each of the categories. Nearly 1000 entries. Unique RHS senior display booths. Special elementary school murals. Dance/Musical entertainment performed by Revere students. Live technique demonstrations from our community. An elementary school night with face painting, and entertainment from Bath and Richfield students. With the help of our Celebration of Arts committee here at RMS, Mrs. Cooke encourages RMS students and submits entries for this event. 



Revere Community Care

C.A.R.E "Chemical Abuse Reduction through Education" is a non-profit organization which was formed in the 1981-82 school year to provide information and support to our community (parents, students, teachers and other community members) regarding drug and alcohol prevention.

This group sponsors educational programs at Revere Local Schools and the Revere District that supports activities which encourage self-esteem, healthy choices, non-violence and peer support. 


For more information about C.A.R.E. visit https://www.revereschools.org/C.A.R.E or contact Karen Smik at kls1650@roadrunner.com 



All Fathers, uncles, grandfathers, stepfathers, foster fathers, brothers and mentors are welcome! Please bring your student to school that morning as we gather for the Father's Walk.  Enjoy a few laps around the track while walking and talking with your son or daughter and their friends and then join us for donuts, coffee, milk or juice.  This is a great opportunity for DADS to participate with their children for a few minutes before school to show them you are there to support them in all their school activities

Father’s Walk Pledge • I am responsible for the education of my child. • I will encourage all children to do their best every day at school. • I will speak to my child about the value of learning and the importance of reaching your potential. • I will help with school work and review assignments for completion. • I will praise my child when he/she does well in school. • I will speak with my child’s teachers and support them in educating my child. • I will teach my child the value of education and the value of family. • I will work with my child’s mother or guardian to achieve the best academic and social outcomes for my child even if I do not live with my child.



P.A.N.D.A. is a drug-free club across the U.S. that promotes Drug Awareness and accepts others as they are.  We educate young people about the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse and usage.   P.A.N.D.A. is not a drug treatment or rehabilitation program. With the assistanace of Mrs. Bonnie Simonelli, our substance abuse prevention specialist students are additionally taught how to stand up to peer pressure, decision-making, and self-esteem. For more information please visit their website https://sites.google.com/a/reverestudent.org/p-a-n-d-a/

Rachel's Challenge is inspired by Rachel Scott, the first victim in the Columbine school shooting in 1999. Her acts of kindness and compassion, coupled with the contents of her six diaries have become the foundation for one of the most life-changing school programs in America. The group's chapters "exist to inspire, equip and empower every person to create a permanent positive culture change in their school, business and community by starting a chain reaction of kindness and compassion," according to the mission statement. The group meets twice a month: the 2nd Tuesday at 7 a.m. in the Upper Gym before school  (drop off at the side doors by the gym) and the 4th Tuesday during each grade's study/lunch period in Room 204. Students are asked to bring a sack lunch, but can buy during the grade's entire study/lunch. For more information please visit their website https://www.revereschools.org/Page/1464




Has your child run out of paper, pencils, erasers, paper or index cards? We are here to help! Once a week parent volunteers will set-up a table during lunch offering students a chance to purchase items they need at school. This event will be held every Wednesday.



The Staff Appreciation Committee coordinates the schedule and themes for all of the events throughout the school year that show appreciation to the entire RMS Staff. These events are a fun way to get involved and to say "Thank You" for all the hard working and dedicated Faculty and Staff members that support our children every day.  We need volunteers from every grade level to assist with hosting these events.)


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With the assistance of Miss Peel, volunteers would help distribute food and drinks during lunch after the kids play Softball. This event occurs sometime in May.



With the assistance of Mr. Verde, volunteers will help with the following: Homeroom Breakfast; Donuts; Donations: Waters, Gift cards, event tickets, cash, wrapped candy, ice cream toppings, bowls, spoons, and waters for Field Day. PLEASE NO NUT PRODUCTS due to allergies. The gift cards, tickets and candy will be given as prizes to the kids on Field Day. Cash donations will be used to purchase gift cards and tickets.The more prizes we receive, the larger number of students who can win!!; School Awards: Notify parents of recipients; Prizes: Distribute raffle tickets and prizes; Indoor/Outdoor Activities: Parent monitor and organize games; Ice Cream Social: End of day provide ice cream to students. This event occurs the last day of school.






The annual 8th Grade Farewell Dance. The dance will be held in the RMS gym with light snacks. Some of the highlights of the dance will include a DJ, photo stations, and other fun surprises! A detailed dress code as well as behavior expectations will be enforced. Attire will be checked by RMS administration prior to entering the event.This special dance and 8th grade only event - we encourage your student to attend and enjoy this memorable evening with their classmates. We would like to have 100% of our 8th graders attend! This event will be held May.




With the assistance of Mr. Verde, volunteers will help with the following:Ticket Takers (2 or more) Collect tickets bought at lunch and also will handle the purchase of any new tickets bought night of event; Cafeteria (3-5 adults) Parents to run concessions, and to also monitor the cafeteria to make sure that no students leave the cafeteria with food and/or drink; Gym #1 Dance (2 adults) Adults are there to monitor the dance; Gym #2 (3-5 adults) Parents help run tournaments (dodge-ball or whiffleball) making sure the games run smoothly and teams are ready, and assist as referee's; Halls Parents monitor the halls just making sure kids are being respectful. Parents are also monitoring the exit doors. These events occur through-out the school year.



Eligibility Nominees may include anyone working on behalf of children and youth excluding certified educators such as teachers, principals, counselors, librarians. Nominees must be a PTA member.

To submit a nomination please print the application which can be found HERE. Applications must be submitted either to the office addressed to PTA  or emailed to a board member no later. Nominations occur in November.


For a list of previous recipients ineligible for nomination please click HERE.




Eligibility Nominees may include principals, superintendents, teachers, counselors, librarians, and other certified educators. Nominees must be a PTA member. To submit a nomination please print the application which can be found HERE. Applications must be submitted either to the office addressed to PTA  or emailed to a board member. Nominations occurs in November.


For a list of previous recipients ineligible for nomination please click HERE. 




  • August: Introduce pop Tabs - collection in May (Ronald McDonald House - see below). Pencil/Calendar Bookmark handout. Kindness notes on lockers.
  • September:  Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Wear Gold. Make cards to deliver to hospital along with pillow cases.. Kickball Challenge fundraiser September 23
  • October: Coat Drive (Copley competition). Make place mats for nursing home.
  • November:  Donation drive of individually wrapped candy. Candy will be donated to Kids4Kids Club at RMS and The Armed Forces. RHS and RMS students will read to Richfield/Forest Hills November 27
  • December: Gift card donation drive and supprt Toys for Tots.
  • January:   Canned food drive verses Copley competition. Disability Awareness January 21-25
  • February:  Bags for hospital patients - donations (crafts, crayons, toys, etc.). Make and decorate Bags on February 27
  • March:  Sporting Goods, Shoe Drive (Forest Hill). Food Bank volunteer.
  • April:  Bandanna Sales, benefiting Kids4Kids and Rachel's Challenge "Pay it Forward". 
  • May:  Health  and Wellness awareness. Community Night w/Revere Foundation, and Community C.A.R.E. Pop Tab collection. Teacher appreciation. Graduation signs and cards.

Kids4Kids will also be collecting pop tabs for Akron's Ronald McDonald House. Please have students put pop tabs in the gallon zip lock bag we have supplied in each classroom. Collection of the tabs will occur a couple times throughout the year. 





The Foundation was founded in 2012, due to lack of security for students at our schools. The Revere Schools Foundation is an independent, non-profit community organization that provides funding to Promote Experiential Learning, Produce Leaders and Protect our kids in the Revere School District. The mission is to Promote: continue teacher and Stem grants; Produce: Scholarship awards and Hall of Fame's; and Protect: See Something Say Something through community donations. Small gestures as simple as lip balm with the see something say something campaign makes a difference and generates kids reacting and talking. In the Spring of 2019 Seniors and Juniors will be offered formatting skills - 4 tables with professionals: How to Dress for a job; How to speak at an interview; How to research for a college; and How to prepare a resume. The foundation hosts an annual fundraiser which is one of their most important signature events and is the key to financing the programs that support children in the Revere Schools District. For more information regarding the foundation visit reverefoundation.com.


For additional district wide events and programs, please visit The Revere Local Schools District's approved flyers at The Flyer Place

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