1202 PROSPECT STREET, HONOLULU, HAWAII 96822 Office: (808) 587-4520 Fax: (808) 587-4523

Updated 3/2/15

Congratulations Stevenson Middle School for taking 
1st place for the middle school division of the History Bowl! 

Congrats to Matthew Sohn for winning 2nd place for the History Bee! This qualifies him for the nationals in Washington D.C.!





Hosted by:  University of Hawaii Manoa, Institute for Astronomy, Na’auao Program & RLS Science, STEM & Social Studies Departments.

March 12, 2015 from 5:00-6:30 pm!!


UH Institute for Astronomy’s Dr. Geoff Mathews will be presenting on how astronomers unlock the

secrets of the universe.  

After the presentation, apply what you learn as you rotate through stations set up around the Cafeteria.

Visit the RLS STEM, Science Fair, and National History Day projects that will be on display.

Door prizes sponsored by the Na’auao Program. #EVERYDAYGREATNESS

***Please RSVP to your Science or STEM teacher

by Thursday, March 5, 2015***

RSVP: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SWdtWOYLp4Y-Q-sdbM_fH92QrBn3VxjMglynWmgVp3w/edit?usp=sharing

McKinley H.S. Summer Bridge
If you are planning on attending McKinley H.S. next year, please consider signing up for the Summer Bridge Program.  It's designed to ease the transition from middle to high school.    This year it's free! 

General information can be found on the website: https://sites.google.com/a/mckinleyhs.k12.hi.us/mhsslc/summer-bridge

Congratulations to all of the band performers, artists,  and scientists who participated in the 2015 Honolulu District Science & Engineering Fair on February 14, 2015!

Indah Holmberg won third place in the art contest 

Best in Category winners with nominations to the National Broadcom Masters Competition:

  • Emily Kang, Physics & Astronomy:  Should I Wear a Black Shirt or a White Shirt?
  • Anthony Lee, Adam Parrilla & Sharif Tarin, Chemistry:  Rusted Out
  • Tyler Maruno, Engineering Materials & Bioengineering:  Menacing Microwaves:  Examining the Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation on an Array of Materials

Also, moving on to the Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair, March 22-24, 2015:
  • Kyra Arashiro & Naya Nagamine, Microbiology:  Battling Disease Transmission:  Bacterial Count Reduction with Different Soap Formulas
  • Michael Mitamura & Shelly Sugihara, Behavioral & Social Sciences:  Mind vs. Movies
  • Isaac Segawa, Engineering Materials & Bioengineering:  Oobleck:  The Non-Newtonian Protector

Click here or on the picture below to take the survey



Click here to apply
Click here for guidelines on eligibility





TEACHER SQS: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TeacherStaffMidHigh


                    3 …………..NAEP Testing for 8th Grade only

                    4.................School Community Council Meeting 3:15 p.m. in P-01

                    7.................Honolulu District History Day at Chaminade University

10 & 11.......EXPLORE Test for 8th Grade only

11...............Association of Parents and Teachers meeting, P-01 at 5:00                              p.m. 

11...............Band Spring Concert/ Fundraising Dinner at 6pm in the                                       cafeteria

12................Science and Social Studies Family Night

16-20th…....No School, Spring Break

28................Campus Beautification Day

Box Tops:  Safeway shoppers can register to collect eBox Tops.  The money raised goes to the math department.  Register online: https://www.safeway.com/boxtops?Cmpid=es_j4ubox2_safeway_34_ET&HHID=250037493023&Theme=BOXTOPS_NONREG&EID=530851



School Vision: Robert Louis Stevenson Middle School students will be college and career ready for the 21st century.

School Mission: Robert Louis Stevenson Middle School utilizes innovative, exciting, and learner-centered practices.

Principal: Linell Dilwith
     TA Vice Principal: Sonja Samsonas

1202 Prospect Street Honolulu, HI 96822
Phone: (808) 587-4520 
Fax: (808) 587-4523  


R. L. Stevenson Middle School 
was granted a 
6 year accreditation 
from WASC. 

Stevenson Middle School Self Study Report
Western Association of Schools & Colleges (WASC)

Stevenson Middle School Self Study Report (WASC)

Stevenson Middle School Meal Tracker Policy

Deposits are cash only

Deposits must be made at least one day before it is needed in the account.  Low balance reminders are  when balances reach an equivalent of one-week’s worth of lunch ($12.50 Full Price; $2.00 for Reduced), and are given to your child when they purchase a meal.  Loans will not be issued. Recommended Deposit:  One Month of Lunch ($50.00)

Breakfast is served daily from 7:15-7:50.

Students are responsible for presenting their IDs to purchase meals.  If a student forgets to bring their ID, we allow 3 temporary IDs for the school year.  Parents will receive a phone call from their child before receiving their last temporary ID. 

Parents may call the school to inquire about balances throughout the school year: 587-4520. 

Office hours are Mondays-Fridays 7:30-4:00.

Breakfast $1.00

Reduced Breakfast .30¢

2nd Breakfast $2.20


Lunch $2.25

Reduced Lunch .40¢

2nd Lunch $5.00


Milk .60¢

Bottled Water .50¢

Boxed Juice .75¢

Snacks .60 - .75¢

(Animal Crackers, Goldfish, Muffin, Yogurt,)

Adult Lunch $5.00

**Prices subject to change**

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