Click on the picture above to read our school's Self-Study Report.
Stevenson Middle School's Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA)
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Stevenson is an INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP TEAM School.
Instructional Leadership Teams build internal capacity of instructional leaders through a framework for continuous improvement.
ILT is a structure and process that:
**Organizes and supports the work schools are already doing
**Builds collaboration and leadership skills of teachers
**Organizes and prioritizes all school and district requirements
Research shows that family involvement in a child’s school increases the chances of a child developing to be a healthy, knowledgeable, responsible, caring adult. Please consider joining the Stevenson Association of Parents and Teachers and being part of your child’s middle school experience.
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The Association of Parents and Teachers (APT) is a non-profit organization established to support R.L.Stevenson Middle School’s innovative, exciting, and learner-centered practices to develop college and career ready 21st century learners.
Please consider donating to the Association of Parents and Teachers (APT).
General Membership… $20.00
Bronze Membership… $50.00
Silver Membership… $75.00
Please make checks payable to Stevenson Middle School APT.
Donations can be dropped off in the office.
Click here to order a shirt.
T-shirt orders can be dropped off in the office.
We look forward to seeing you at our next APT meeting, January 11 at 5:00 in P-01.
Support the Stevenson Middle School Close Up Program
To support our school, donations can be made by visiting www.closeup.org and clicking on the “Donate” link. Select “Sponsor a School” and enter our SCHOOL ID: HI004.
The Close Up Foundation is a nonprofit, nonpartisan 501(c)(3) organization exempt from federal tax. For your records, the Federal Employer Identification number, is 23-7122882. Contributions made directly to the Close Up Foundation may be tax-deductible. Consult your tax advisor for details.
Looking for books to read but can’t get to a library?
We have children's, historical, academic and audio books. And graphic novels and videos.
You can access them through your smart phone, tablet and computer.
Click on the School eBook Library link.
Login with your RLSMS email address.
Contact the Librarians (Mrs. Tsukiyama and Miss Booz) for help.
Used Stevenson T-Shirts:
If you have any used Stevenson t-shirts that no longer fit or you no longer want, we would love to have them. Please bring clean unwanted Stevenson t-shirts to the office. Thank you!
We would like to hear what you think about our efforts in communicating and involving parents in the school community. Please take a couple of minutes to complete our "Family School Partnership Survey." Your feedback is appreciated and valued as we monitor our current plan of action and plan for next year. Thank you!!!
CLICK on the link below to provide us feedback:
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FREE Online Tutoring
Calling all students! Are you confused about your homework and have no one at home to help?
UH Manoa has an Online Learning Academy (OLA) that provides FREE math and science tutoring.
WHEN: Monday - Friday, 1 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Click on Enter Tutoring Room
No login or password required.
Just sign in using your first name.
For more information: email email@example.com or (808)956-3714
If you are a RLSMS student, in a school-sponsored club or program, such as Robotics, AVID, Na'auao, etc., show your pride! Use your Club Shirt or Program Shirt, every Wednesday.
This is the only "non-free dress" day students are allowed to wear a non-Stevenson shirt.
Stevenson Middle School in the News!
Click here to view Hawaii Business Magazine, May 2016. Read about RLSMS' efforts to help turn students around through our Na'auao Program.
Click here to view Honolulu Magazine, April 2016. Read about RLSMS' partnership with Hawaii Community Foundation to beat the odds!
Our REACH grant application requesting, a total of $32,071, has been fully funded by the Lt. Governor's Office. Thank you to everyone who contributed to the application process. Special thanks goes out to our after school club teachers, our Association of Parents and Teachers (APT), and our student, Noah Toma, who took the time to invest in this grant process. If we didn't have the combined efforts of everyone, we may not have been awarded the grant! Now our after school clubs can focus on enriching students lives instead of how to fund their basic needs.
Please click on the link below to learn more about the REACH program.
Stevenson Middle School dedicates stunning new mural with message of hope
December 1, 2016
HONOLULU – Students at Robert Louis Stevenson Middle School dedicated a beautiful new campus mural depicting a message of hope, covering an outer wall of its new Science & Technology Center, spanning two stories and over 1,000 square feet.
Created in collaboration with local artist Estria Miyashiro, the Estria Foundation and the Mele Murals public art movement, the new mural is entitled "Kalamakūokeau," translated as "The Torch of This Generation," and was inspired by a theme of “hope." The images depict King David Kalakaua, Queen Liliʻuokalani, Princess Kaʻiulani, school namesake Robert Louis Stevenson and Hawaiʻi’s warriors passing the symbolic torch of hope to Hawaiʻi’s youth.
“Stevenson Middle is thrilled to dedicate this wonderful mural for our students, alumni and our community,” said Principal Linell Dilwith. “Our entire student body took part in creating this vibrant artwork and we thank our Lead Artists Estria Miyashiro, Wayne Takazono and Eugene Kristofher, and the entire Estria Foundation for making this project a hands-on experience filled with cultural lessons that our students will never forget.”
All 665 Stevenson Middle students participated in the mural’s creation with guidance from Lead Artists Estria, Takazono and Kristofher, Mele Murals Program Manager Mahea Akau, along with Stevenson Middle Principal Dilwith, Vice-Principal Sonja Samsonas, Counselor Christian Ellis and teachers Lakecia King and Noah Kawano.
In the production phase, students brush-painted, shaded, and then spray-painted under the tutelage of artist and mentor Estria. To help dedicate the completed artwork, students introduced the mural to the community through Hawaiian chanting, singing, and performances by the Stevenson Middle School Hula Halau.
For more information on the Estria Foundation and Mele Murals, visit Estria.org.
Click here for photos and video from the event.