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Mitchell Places Second at Regional History Bee

Ace Isemotsu, Reporter

February 24, 2017

RMS student Raylee Mitchell earned second place in the the National History Bee Regionals, held in Nashville earlier this month. Mitchell, a new student at Robertsville Middle School this year, has been competing in this event...

Mrs. Burnette Becomes New Talent Show Director!

Lily Haden, Reporter

February 21, 2017

Every May, Robertsville Middle School hosts its annual Talent Show. So what if there are to be some interesting changes this to this year’s RMS Showcase of the Stars? This year Mrs. Sandra Burnette is going to be the new lead...

Upcoming TCAPs has many changes

Savanna R., Reporter

February 21, 2017

The TCAPs, the end of the year testing program for schools in Tennessee, will be having many changes taking place this year. The TCAPs will be taking place from around April 18th to May 1st. “In years past…a writing asse...

A Look at WRAM

APAL, Reporter

February 21, 2017

Most students other than participants of WRAM are in the dark about the program. The history of WRAM and behind the scenes are two factors students may not know about. When asked about the year WRAM started, Scot Smith (Robertsville...

The Buzz about the Geography Bee

J. Hardy, Reporter

February 21, 2017

The Geography Bee is a Robertsville Middle School tradition that started at Robertsville  in 1988 and been has been going on every year for students to show their geography skills. Matt Kitts was the winner of 2016 and the 2015...

Birdwell Leaves Legacy at RMS

Hannah Aybar, Reporter

February 21, 2017

Dyron Birdwell was a former seventh and sixth grade Language Arts teacher who many students looked up to over the two years he taught at Robertsville Middle School. He now is a basketball coach and an English teacher at Siegel...

THE RAMBLER: Naka-shi exchange program

Skylar Miller, Reporter

February 21, 2017

For the 26th year, a group of students are participating in the Naka-shi Middle School Exchange program. They are going to Japan from July 1 to July 10. The students that are going are from both Robertsville Middle School and...


Julius Roundbottom, Reporter

February 21, 2017

Math is an important life-skill and can even be used as a tool for fun! MATHCounts is a club at Robertsville Middle School which is held on Mondays after school. It is headed by Ms. Michelle Brown, an eighth grade math teacher....

Ms. Kinder becomes Teacher of the Year

Donovan Peterson, Reporter

February 21, 2017

This year, our Robertsville Teacher of the Year is our very own Rambler sponsor Julie Kinder-McMillan. Ms. Kinder was also recently named Teacher of the Year for our whole school district. According to the web site of the Coun...

8th Graders are Preparing for High School

HK, Reporter

February 21, 2017

Eighth Graders are getting closer and closer to their transfer to Oak Ridge High School! With the eighth graders going to tour ORHS on Monday, March 6 and eighth graders choosing their courses starting on March 30, high school...

ORHS Starts New AVID Program

M. Gibson, Reporter

February 9, 2017

Many students think about college, and then worry as if they are applying tomorrow. Oak Ridge High School has a new program called AVID (advancement via individual determination) that helps upcoming freshmen apply for the right...

Comparing RMS and PJH

Raylee Mitchell, Reporter

February 9, 2017

RMS and PJH are two schools with entirely different perspectives on dress, academics, athletics, and just about everything else. I am doing a comparison of these schools because, last summer, I moved from Panhandle, Texas, to...

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