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My name is Amanda Mayfield and I teach 7th grade ELA, 6th grade Academic Transitions, and 6th grade social skills intervention at ROMS. I have daughter at Belmont University studying Digital Arts & Design & Senior at RHS who is planning to be in the Army. I have a B.S. with a focus in psychology and am currently working on my Masters degree in Special education. I have worked with students from pre-k to the college level for over 10 years. I have partnered with TRIAD and Vanderbilt University learning how to best meet the needs of ASD students. I believe it is my duty as an educator to find the best strategies available and thus I am an educational researcher. I am excited to be working with the teachers, parents, and students in any way I can to make this school year the best one yet by helping students not only realize but also reach their own potential! This year I will be sponsoring the 4-H club. I hope to see you at our meetings on Monday nights after fall break.
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We are virtual for Monday 9/28/20. Here are the directions to access your classes if you do not have your student computer. If you have any questions, I will be online all day and you can message me through PLP, email me at [email protected], or you can call the school directly at 931-920-6150. If you are having trouble with your computer at home you can log into another device. 1. Go to classlink.com 2. for location choose Rossview Middle School (students) 3. sign in using your email (first.last###@students.cmcss.net) and your password (the one for the school computer) 4. you will need to sign in to google with your email (first.last###@students.cmcss.net)

 

1. Internet

a. Do you still have your laptop from last year?

i. If so Global Protect is still installed on the device and will need to be removed by a Desktop Support Tech. The best thing to do is to create a work order.

b. If this is a new device.

i. Power off your device and try again.

ii. Come to the school parking lot and try to connect to the WIFI. You may need to restart your device again.

1. If the computer restarts by itself that is a great sign! That means it is automatically pulling from the network to update.

iii. If this is still not working please submit a work order.

2. No computer!

a. Go to PowerSchool

b. Go to the Student Info Section

c. Scroll down until you see 1:1 Laptop Information

d. Here you can see if they signed their code of conduct. You can also see WHEN they signed it. If they submitted their paperwork any time after August 5 then it is possible their unit is still being prepared. The only answer to this is, “We will distribute it at a later date!” Of course, I will let you know when that is as soon as I know!

3. Registration.

a. Go to PowerSchool

b. Go to the Student Info Section

c. Scroll down until you see 1:1 Laptop Information

d. Scroll down to Registration Links

e. Copy and paste the link and send it via approved e-mail for the parent or guardian.

4. Passwords.

a. Go to PowerSchool

b. Go to the Student Info Section

c. Scroll down until you see 1:1 Laptop Information

d. Scroll down to Password Links

e. Copy and paste the link and send it via approved e-mail for the parent or guardian.

ReadyRosie: PARENTS CAN SIGN UP NOW! 

All Tennessee families can sign up NOW for a free subscription to ReadyRosie through September 1, 2020.  

Through a partnership with the Governor’s Early Literacy Foundation, families can access ReadyRosie’s Modeled Moments library. Hundreds of short videos available in both English and Spanish, provide families with simple, fun and engaging instructional activities that they can then replicate with their own children and are rooted in learning goals for children on topics such as literacy, early math, health and well-being. These videos help build upon the important work you all do in the classroom.

Parents can easily sign up to receive emails or text messages with curated videos: https://readyrosie.com/tn/ 
 
Volleyball information: 

Tryout practices are as follows-

6th grade- Nov. 12 and Dec. 3

7th grade- Nov. 9 and Nov. 30

8th grade- Oct. 29 and Nov. 16

Dec. 8- practice for those that signed up but were communicable disease exclusion during one of their practice dates

 

Tryouts will be held as follows-

Dec. 16- 6th grade

Dec. 17- 7th grade

Dec. 18- 8th grade

Jan. 7- Tryout for those that were communicable disease exclusion during original tryouts.

Jan. 8- Roster will be posted

Practices- TBD

Always do your best and every day get a little bit better. 

My promise to you....

  1. I promise to care for you like I would want my children cared for in the classroom.
  2. I promise to believe in you and encourage you.
  3. I promise to guide you.
  4. I promise to give you my best even when I don't feel my best. 
  5. I promise to be a good example.