Chesterfield County has released the 2017- 2018 County-wide Writing Contest Anthology. Many Robious students are published in it.
Click on the cover to have a look inside.
JOIN REBO! We are looking for the following volunteers to join our leadership team:
Vice Chair and Website Coordinator
REBO meets once a month on the 1st or 2nd Thursday in the Robious Middle library for one hour, from 1-2pm. There are 2 evening dates for expanded parent information. These dates are also reflected in our Calendar tab:
September 13 1:00
October 11 1:00
November 1 6:00
December 6 1:00
January 3 1:00
February 7 1:00
March 7 6:00
April 11 1:00
May 2 1:00
Please support REBO by joining. See the Donate to REBO tab.
BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHTS: 6th Grade - September 12, 6:30-8pm
7th and 8th Grades - September 19, 6:30-8pm
IMPORTANT DATES will be shared at BTS Night. You can also check out the Calendar tab under More on this site for those dates.
INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL TO PORTUGAL: There will be an informational meeting about a trip Mr. McEwen and Mrs. Cook are planning to Portugal in the summer of 2019. This meeting will take place on September 19 at 5:30pm in Room 369 at Robious Middle School. For more information, please CLICK HERE to see the flyer about the excursion.
ANOTHER SUMMER OPPORTUNITY: Mrs. Couillard has sent information regarding an opportunity for summer 2019. Please ask your student for the packet as she is looking for interested students. Please click on this link to learn more: Summer Institute for the Gifted (SIG).
2018-2019 PTA Reflections Contest: The PTA Reflections contest is an annual program that encourages children to express themselves artistically by creating an original entry in one of the following categories:
CONGRATULATIONS to 7th grade CBG students Sam McNamee and Liam Reed, who received special recognition from Duke TIP for their scores on the PSAT 8/9. Sam and Liam qualified for this recognition by scoring in the top 10% of national test takers four grades
above their current grade. Only 8% of Duke TIP gifted test takers (for the PSAT 8/9) received this recognition. To learn more about Duke TIP, please read and note the Duke TIP link has other program options listed for those in grades 7-10:
Duke TIP’s Grade Talent Search
<https://tip.duke.edu/ programs/4tg-6th-grade-talent- search> identifies
students across the United States who have scored at or above the 95th
percentile on a grade-level standardized test. As part of the program,
these academically talented students are invited to take an above-level
standardized test, the PSAT 8/9, to learn more about their abilities. Duke
TIP then hosts annual recognition ceremonies to honor the students who
scored the highest. *Of 9,635 students who took the PSAT 8/9 through Duke
TIP—all of whom are in the 95th percentile of their grade level—only 791
will be invited to one of our ceremonies.*