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Ryan Middle Bulletin for Friday, February 15, 2019


Today's Schedule:
Period 6, Period 5, Period 3, Period 4, Period 2 and Period 1
Lunch is based off of your 3rd period teacher.

Monday's Schedule will be: 
Period 1, Period 2, Period 3, Period 4, Period 5 and Period 6
Lunch is based off of your 3rd period teacher.


Upcoming Events

Friday, February 15, 2019:
Spirit Friday! Dress Your Best Day! 
USA Jump Rope All-Star Team Assembly 10:45-11:15am
Social Tickets on Sale at Lunch for $4
Drama Club 4:00-5:30pm 
Dress Your Best/Valentine's Social 4:00-5:30pm

Saturday, February 16, 2019:
Conference Tournament @ North Pole Middle 10:00am
Wrestlers and Mat Managers need to be here at Ryan Middle tomorrow morning at 7:50am to catch the 8:00am bus to North Pole. This is our Conference Tournament! Go Wolverines!!

Next Week:

Monday, February 18, 2019:
NO SCHOOL - Parent Teacher Conferences
10:00am-1:30pm (schedule online)
2:30-6:30pm (Arena Style in the Commons - no need to schedule)

Tuesday, February 19, 2019:
NO SCHOOL - Parent Teacher Conferences
8:00-11:00am & 12:00-4:30pm (schedule online)

Wednesday, February 20, 2019:
Science Fair-Project Judging Day!
Drama Club 4:00-5:30pm
NYO 4:00-5:30pm

Thursday, February 21, 2019:
MathCounts 4:00-5:00pm
Performing Arts Club 4:00-5:00pm
Student Council 4:00-5:00pm 

Friday, February 22, 2019:
Spirit Friday! 
Drama Club 4:00-5:30pm 


Sports Packets Needed!

Any students trying out for any sport or attending practices at any time of the school year need to have a Sports Physical, Concussion Awareness Form and an Activity Consent Form on file with the office BEFORE trying out!


Doors Open at 8:45am!

Now that the weather has turned colder, we wanted to remind everyone of the times that students are let in the building. The office does not open until 8:30am! Students are let in at 8:45am when the temperature is colder than 20 above. When the temperature is above 20, students aren't let in until 9:10am. For your child's safety and the safety of others, please do not drop your student off or have them arrive before the time that the building is open to them.

Also, please make sure your student is picked up in a timely manner. School gets out at 4:00pm. Students need to be picked up no later than 4:15pm unless they are participating in an activity with a teacher or coach after school. We do not have supervision for students inside or outside the building before or after school hours. Thank you!


Order Your Yearbook!

It's time to order your 2018-2019 yearbook! Order forms are in the office. You can pay in the office or you can order online at The Yearbook ID Code is 7272819. The yearbook prices are as follows:

January 1-March 31: $35
Starting April 1: $40


Fairbanks Arts Association Poetry Contest

Fairbanks Arts Association is excited to announce the 24th Statewide Poetry Contest and invites participation from authors of all ages elementary school and up. As a celebration of National Poetry Writing Month, this contest aims to encourage, publicize and reward the writing of high quality poetry in Alaska. Entries will be accepted through Friday, February 15, 2019. All entries will be judged by Alaskan author Vivian Faith Prescott. 

Divisions and Awards:
1st Place: $150 
​2nd Place: $100 
​ 3rd Place: $50 

High School-
1st Place: $100 
​2nd Place: $50 
​3rd Place: $25 

Middle School- 
1st Place: $50
​2nd Place: $30
3rd Place: $15

Elementary School-
1st Place: $50
2nd Place: $30
3rd Place: $15

Entry Fee​​: 
​$4 per poem or $13/four poems. 
Elementary, Middle, and High School: $3 per poem or $10 / four poems. 
Class Entries (special submission information on the Fairbanks Arts website):
​$1 per poem 

Submission is ​limited to 4 poems per person​​. 
DEADLINE​​: Friday, February 15, 2019 at 11:59pm AKST. Submissions may be made through the Fairbanks Arts Association website,


Elizabeth Peratrovich Potluck Celebration

You are invited to join in the Celebration of Alaska Native Rights at the Elizabeth Peratrovich Potluck Celebration on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at Barnette Magnet Elementary School Gymnasium, 5:30-7:30pm.

There will be Native dancing, dinner, and door prizes. Please bring a dish to share.


School Board Resolutions

Resolution 2019-13: Honoring Black History Month
Proclaims February 2019 Black History Month and encourages schools and teachers to honor it with performances, readings, guest speakers, displays, lessons, lectures, and cultural celebrations throughout the year.

Resolution 2019-14:Honoring Elizabeth Peratrovich Day
Proclaims February 16, 2019, as Elizabeth Peratrovich Day, a recognition to occur annually, and encourages every teacher in every school in the district to recognize and honor the legacy of Elizabeth Peratrovich by studying her life and commitment to the ideals of civil rights and nondiscrimination with performances, readings, guest speakers, displays, lessons, and lectures on an ongoing basis. 


Engineering Open House

2019 UAF Engineering Open House:

The UAF College of Engineering and Mines (CEM) will host its annual Engineering Open House on Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019 from 11am-3pm. CEM is being joined for the first time by the UAF School of Management (SOM) for this year's event, so look forward to even more fun activities than last year! This event will feature more than 20 activities led by our student clubs/organizations, staff, and faculty. 

Cost: $0 This event is free, including parking, and is open to all ages!
Registration: No registration is required! Come explore the world of engineering at this fun annual event!

Check out the flyers around school or stop by the office for more information!
Questions? Please contact Joe Alloway at 907-474-7390 or at


Model Horse Show

4H is hosting a Model Horse Show at Ticasuk Brown Elementary School on Saturday, February 23, 2019 from 1:00-3:00pm.

The cost is $5 a class or $20 for all day. (1 entry per class). additional entries in each class are $2 each.

Make a horse
Draw a picture
Make tack, costume or a scene
Take a funny picture of your horse
Write a story about a horse

Enter 1, 2 or all of the classes with your horse projects. 1st place in each class compete for $100 Grand Champion Prize.

You do not have to be a member of 4H to participate. For more information, contact Tanya Lehman at 907-841-2913.


Volleyball Camp

North Pole High School Girls volleyball Boosters presents Lady Patriots Volleyball Camp:

For: 6th-8th grade Girls and Boys
Date: Saturday, February 23, 2019 
Time: 9:00am-3:00pm
Where: North Pole Middle School Gym
Cost: $30

The camp will focus on fundamentals of volleyball in addition to strategies to improve one's overall game. Each camper will receive one-on-one instruction developing the skills of the game. The session will culminate in 6-on-6 volleyball play. your child will have a positive experience at our volleyball camp regardless of their skill level. If you are interested, stop by the office and pick a registration form.

For more information, contact Carly Erickson at 907-347-2068, or via email at


Blind Date With A Book!

"Looking for Love? The Ryan Library Presents Blind Date with a Book! Start a new chapter in your life and check out a book- you might find literary love, there's no covers to judge here- and don't worry if you aren't on the same page, there's a due date; you can return your old book and checkout anew. Don't worry about a reservation, we're never overbooked!"


Random Acts of Kindness Week!

This week is Random Acts of Kindness Week! We look forward to seeing plenty of selfless acts. Here's a few ideas to get you started: 

Hold the Door for Someone!
Smile and Say Hello!
Give out little "thanks for being you" cards/notes!
Invite someone you don't know to some event or help in the classroom!


Science Fair Judges Needed!

Science Fair Judges Needed:

We are looking for parent volunteers to judge Science Fair projects on Wednesday, February 20th next week. If you have a couple of hours and would like to help volunteer, the science department would really appreciate it. If you can help out, please email and let her know when you would be willing to come and help. Thanks for helping support the student learning at Ryan!

Mrs. Krause


Parent Teacher Conference Schedule

Parent/Teacher Conferences:

Monday, February 18th
10:00am-1:30pm (scheduled online) 
2:30-6:30pm - Arena Style in the Commons

Tuesday, February 19th (scheduled online) 
8:00-11:00am and 12:00-4:30pm

Please call Ms. Tina at 452-4751 x 13503 for assistance with online scheduling.


TATU Announcement

TATU students, please meet in the Commons with ALL your winter gear immediately after B lunch. Please don't be late!


Student Drop Off & Pick Up Information

Student Drop Off & Pick Up Map


After School Tutoring

After School Tutoring for 8th graders Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 4-5pm in Mrs. Krause's Room, Room 118. Parents, please pick students up by 5:15pm at the front door. 


Tutoring Available

Tutoring is now available through the Alaska Native Education program. It will be on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays after school from 4 to 5 pm, as well as during both lunches throughout the week. For those ANE students interested, there will be a signup sheet on the ANE classroom door, rm 232. Drop-ins are also welcome! You can check on your grades, get extra help with a tough assignment, or just stop in to say Hi! Ms. Poulsen would love to see you!


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