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rmsRonkonkoma Middle School

501 Peconic Street
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779-6860
Principal: Joseph C. Licato
Assistant Principal: Justin Bradley
631-467-6000

 

 

PM Bus Schedule

Regular Dismissal - 2:35

Late Busses - 3:35, 4:45, & 5:30*

*See the Connetquot Transportation webpage for late bus routes: Click Here 

 

Be Smart, Be Kind, Be RMS 

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Sixth Grade Student Guide

Supply Lists

Important Information

 

ATTENTION:
The RMS yearbook will be available to purchase online for $30 until Friday, May 24th. Secure a copy today! To purchase a yearbook online visit www.entourageyearbooks.com , click on Buy Yearbook/AD and follow the prompts to order a 2024 school yearbook.

 

ATHLETICS / SPORTS - Please see the Ronkonkoma Middle School Athletics Google classroom page for information on Sports for Grades 7 & 8.
The code for the page is: iodlevw (case sensitive)

 

 

MISSION STATEMENT 

CORE

The mission of the Ronkonkoma Middle School

COMMUNITY is to provide
OPPORTUNITY for lifelong learning in a safe, nurturing,
RESPECTFUL environment where all are encouraged to strive toward academic 
EXCELLENCE
along with individual and social growth.  

Congratulations to our February “Shout-Out” Recipients!

Ronkonkoma Middle School students who made a smart decision or showed kindness to others received a special shout-out this month. Keep up the great work!

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Date Added: 2/26/2024

OBMS and RMS compete in robotics qualifier

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Oakdale-Bohemia Middle School and Ronkonkoma Middle School’s LEGO League Robotics teams competed in the FIRST LEGO league qualifying tournament at William Floyd High School.

Out of 25 teams competing, the Oakdale-Bohemia Middle School Robotics team placed third and were awarded the Engineering Excellence Award. As a result of their hard work, dedication and impressive performance, they were one of six teams selected to advance to the Long Island FIRST LEGO Challenge Championship event.

The great success of the Oakdale-Bohemia Robotics team was due to the contributions of members Brayden Corrado, Daniel Ehlers, Jake Gesseck, William Hackett, Javier Hernandez, Noah Huff, Tristan Nani, Benjamin Povey and Gia Tehrani.

The Ronkonkoma Middle School Robotics team also had great success at the event, placing sixth out of 25 teams in robot scoring. Congratulations to team members Hartley Ahner, Brady Andreola, Isabella Martinez, Nicholas Peluso, Brayden Schutz and Zoe Weissberg.

Date Added: 2/15/2024

Congratulations to our January “Shout-Out” Recipients!

Ronkonkoma Middle School students who made a smart decision or showed kindness to others received a special shout-out this month. Keep up the great work!

Click here to view the photo slideshow.

Date Added: 1/31/2024

Ronkonkoma Middle School presents “Beauty and the Beast Jr.”

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Ronkonkoma Middle School proudly presented their production of “Beauty and the Beast Jr.” in the school’s auditorium from Jan. 11-13. Based on the Disney classic, the impressive middle school cast brought the beloved characters and storyline to life!

Beginning in the fall, students worked incredibly hard in rehearsals to prepare for the show’s four performances. “Beauty and the Beast is a beautiful beast of a musical to dissect and direct,” said Director Mrs. Jenna Micalizzi. “The dynamic characters in the show coupled with our energetic drama club motivated me to select it for this year’s musical. I always thought the word “beauty” in the title referred to Belle, however while working on our production, I started to think that perhaps “beauty” in the title is really referring to beauty as a whole. Like everyday people, our characters in the play interpret beauty in different ways.” She went on to add, “I have personally found beauty within our community throughout this production. The students, families and staff in the Connetquot community are second to none.”

Following the Saturday matinee performance, the student-actors held a meet-and-greet where they had the opportunity to interact with young audience members. The meet-and-greet included complimentary autograph books, bracelets, stickers and snacks.

At each show, the auditorium was filled with family and friends cheering the students on. Congratulations to the drama club on their tremendous work!

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Date Added: 1/17/2024

Ronkonkoma Middle School sings at Radio City Music Hall

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On Dec. 30, the Ronkonkoma Middle School Soul Singers sang on the Great Stage at Radio City Music Hall before the Christmas Spectacular, starring the Radio City Rockettes.

The show choir qualified to sing on stage based on a recording of their performance of the national anthem during the Long Island Ducks baseball game last spring. The Soul Singers sang a medley of Christmas songs arranged by director Mrs. Jenna Micalizzi.

We practiced so much leading up to this,” said student Erin Palmieri. “Everyone was always so eager, focused and trying their best. Being on the stage was a great experience. It was a dream come true. In all, our practice and hard work truly paid off by getting to perform on this amazing stage!

Date Added: 1/4/2024