FISH IN A TREEbyLynda Mullaly HuntOne Book, One School2018-2019
In case you haven’t heard the big news, the One Book, One School Committee has selected Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt as our summer selection!
In a recent student survey, the students requested more activities related to One Book, One School, so we have risen to the challenge and designed an entire marking period of lessons, crafts, assemblies, and more! To fully participate in everything we have planned, all middle school students are required to read Fish In a Tree prior to the first day of school. Your child may purchase their own copy, or they may borrow a copy of the book from either the Haddon Township Public Library or the main office at Rohrer Middle School.
The summer reading is not limited to just teachers and students—we encourage all parents to share in this experience by reading the book with their children. The community involvement is what makes this program so successful!
Happy Summer and Happy Reading!PAX
One Book, One School
2017-2018This book is required summer reading for all rising 6th, 7th and 8th grade RMS students. Parents and Guardians, we highly recommend you also read the book so that you can share the experience with your child and can participate in a parent related activity on Back-to-School Night in September.
Last Year's One Book, One School
Q & A with Wendy Mass
Author of Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life
June 6, 2016
Student Council officers Christina Franciosa and Matt Conway presenting Wendy Mass with a signed thank you card from RMS students.
Maddie Eagan poses with author Wendy Mass!
Thank you RMS for the excellent turnout at this event! It was great to see so many students and families supporting this program!