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Science Night

Please join us Wednesday, May3rd for Science Night! We will have special guests, Dr. Mathews along with his UH students to help us explore Astonomy with hands on Spectroscopy labs. All families are welcome! We will showcase our students Science fair projects, STEM projects, and National History Day boards.

We will have a raffle for FREE fidget spinners, fidget cubes, California Pizza Kitchen Gift Cards, Lokais, and more!!! You can visit our food court for $3 hamburgers, $2 Hot dogs, and $1 drinks. All proceeds benefit the Science Department. We hope to see you there!

2017 HSSEF Results

Posted April 17th, 2017

Congratulations to:

  • Sherie Agcaoili, Azialeah Carreon, Caleb Chang, Zoey Duan, Kaiki Ikeda, Aaron Kim, Jenna Kim, Niki Li, Raina Nagamine, Thu Trung Nguyen, Summer Royal, Mr. Malcolm Cogbill, and Mrs. Julia Segawa
    • For representing RLS and the Honolulu District at the 2017 Hawaii State Science and Engineering Fair!

Participants in the Chevron Poster Contest:

  • Nika Aguilar, Nally Doerr, Reyn Jakahi, David Lee, Fanny Liu, Mekayla Manrique, Seungyeon Noh, Renee Nomura, An Phan, Summer Royal, Lauren Trader, Alyssa Yamashiro.
    • Thank you Mrs. Amy Tsujioka for inspiring these artists!

We are honored to announce the following awards. Outstanding!

Summer Royal: Bye Bye Lice! So Long Eggs!:

  • Junior Research Grand Champion & Chamberlin Trophy, HSSEF First Place Biomedical & Health Services, Best in Category Queen's Health Systems, First Place Hawaiian Entomological Society, Broadcom Masters

Jenna Kim, Niki Li, Raina Nagamine: Got Germs?:

  • HSSEF First Place Microbiology, Best in Category Queen's Health Systems

Fanny Liu: Chevron Poster Contest

  • Honorable Mention

Mrs. Julia Segawa:

  • Teacher Award Queen's Health Systems

Link to HSSEF photos https://goo.gl/photos/eiTZCH7nCKiGNyJ99

Poster contest photos to be added soon, please check back later. Thank you for your continued support!

*External Links lead to websites not administered by RLSMS or the HIDOE therefore proceed at your own discretion.

2017 Hawaii State History Day Competition

Posted April 17th, 2017

Windward Community College

RLSMS Participants:

  • Lisa Armour, Minji Cha, Shirayuki Takemoto, Jenna Kim, Summer Royal, Jasmine Chang, Katie Arashiro, Raquel Fuita, Maya Uchimura, Seung Noh
    • They all did a fabulous job and represented Stevenson well!

Maya Uchimura won the Foundation of Hawai'i Women's History Legacy Award and a monetary prize.

Raquel Fujita won the Hawai'i Heritage Center Award and a monetary prize for herself and her teacher.

Jenna Kim won the Hawai'i Nikkei History Editorial Board Award and several books.

Awards:

  • Jenna Kim:
    • 1st place for Jr. Essay
  • Shirayuki Takemoto:
    • 2nd place for Jr. Website
  • Summer Royal:
    • 1st place for Jr. Documentary

This is a remarkable accomplishment since they competed against 20 top winners in their category from across the state.

These three qualify to go to the National History Day Competition in D.C. in June.

1st place winners in each category also win $550 scholarship towards their D.C. trip.

Former students of Stevenson Middle School did an outstanding job as well.

Matthew Sohn (Iolani School) - won several awards as well as 1st place Sr. Essay.

Emi Ahlo (Kamehameha Schoool) - won several awards as well as 1st place Sr. Documentary.


Thank you for supporting history day and our ho'onui'ike students!!!

FREE Family Fun Day

2017 Manoa Open House

Hosted By: UH Institute for Astronomy

Sunday, April 23rd 11am-4pm

Institute for Astronomy Manoa

2680 Woodlawn Dr.

Across from Noelani School, next to Manoa Public Library

FREE admission, FREE parking

Looking for a day of family-friendly activities and talks... Look no further!

Digitalis planetarium - Talks - LEGO display - Comet making - Space Cubes - Fresnel Lens - Bottle rockets - Model solar system - Sundials - Ask an Astronomer - Infrared camera - Solar telescopes - Rubens tube - VR Sandbox - 3D gallery - Astrophotography - and more!

Partners:

Friends of the IfA - Thirty Meter Telescope - Hawaii Lego Users Group (HILUG) - Pacific Aviation Museum - Canada France Hawaii Telescope - Hawaiian Astronomical Society - PanSTARRS - Oceanit - PRPDC - UH Bookstore - SPS

Food Truck on site

MORE INFO: http://www.ifa.hawaii.edu/open-house


Congratulations RLSMS's Track Team

April 10, 2017

Congratulations to all members of Stevenson's Track team for an outstanding showing at the Ma'ema'e Track Meet on Friday, April 7th. Out of 20 events, Stevenson placed 1st, 2nd or 3rd in 16 events. Everyone had a great time at the track meet and represented Stevenson well! Thank you to Mr. Goya for taking the lead as head coach during track practices and to Ms. Kaahaaina, Ms. Kinoshita, and Ms. Yamamoto for assisting. Go Bucs! We look forward to another amazing season next school year!

1st place medals:

Kamuela Kaaihue (softball throw - 50 yards)

George Matsunaga (100 meter dash)

Brooke Anzai, Oiwel Kebekol, Nikki Apa, Zion Sumida (800 meter relay)

Mason Machida, John Harada, Skylar Alcantara, George Matsunaga (800 meter medley)

2nd place medals:

Nikki Apa (50 meter dash)

Oiwel Kebekol (100 meter dash)

Jared Helenihi-Aweau (200 meter dash)

Brooke Anzai, Kamuela Kaaihue, Chandler Simpson, Noah Orton (800 meter mixed relay)

3rd place medals:

Skylar Alcantara (50 meter dash)

Nicholas (La'a) Wong (400 meter dash)

Katrina Cruz, Meagan Balangitao, Brooke Anzai, Nikki Apa (400 meter relay)

Christian Simon, Mason Machida, Aaron Pae, John Harada (400 meter relay)

Aaron Pae, Soren Monson, Jared Helenihi-Aweau, Nicholas (La'a) Wong (800 meter relay)

Lauryn Trader, Nikki Apa, Oiwel Kebekol, Zion Sumida (800 meter medley relay)

New Electronic Meal Counting System

April 5th, 2017

HIDOE’s School Food Services Branch is transitioning our electronic meal counting system to PrimeroEdge throughout the month of March. It is a comprehensive meal counting system that will allow for the seamless transfer of student balances within HIDOE schools, as your child progresses from elementary through high school. The program will allow parents/guardians the ability to view purchases and deposits via PrimeroEdge’s SchoolCafe website and mobile application. More information is forthcoming.

Sexual Education at Stevenson Middle School

March 31st, 2017

Policy 103-5 Sexual Health Education

At Stevenson Middle School, seventh graders receive mandatory sexual education instruction through their Health class. The Healthy Lifestyle Choices curriculum is used for content and materials. Parents must sign an Opt-In permission form before students can participate in this portion of the Health class. Topics include Recognizing Respect, Changing Minds, Looking to My Future, Looking at Barriers, Abstinence, It's OK to say NO, and preventing STDs and HIV/AIDS. Should you have any questions about sexual education at this school, please contact the school office at 808-587-4520.

Stevenson Futsal Club Pays it Forward

March 31st, 2017

If you didn't already know, RLSMS students get to participate in a number of after-school programs and clubs thanks to the REACH grant. One such after-school club is Futsal (or indoor soccer). So far, we have 16 members on our Futsal team and we are so proud of 9 of them for paying it forward over Spring Break!

The Futsal members displayed what it means to be a Stevenson student by volunteering their time to work with 25 Native Hawaiian students: kindergarten to 5th grade. The 9 Futsal members and their fearless leader (and Na'auao Counselor), Mr. Christian Ellis, hosted a free Futsal Camp through a partnership with Kula No Na Po'e Hawaii, at the Papakolea Community park. Throughout the week, the Futsal members taught the camp participants the basics of futsal/soccer. Our community partner was very impressed with our RLSMS students and their leadership skills. Congratulations to Isaac Segawa, Caleb Chang, Kaiki Ikeda, Porter Ellis, Brad Yoshikawa, Kisei Ikeda, Marco Licona-Hernandes, Leonardo Leon-Licona, and Chris Leon-Escobar!!!

We are so proud of our Futsal Club and their community service this past week!

Here's some stats on our recent Futsal matches/scrimmages:

  • RLSMS (5) vs KROC Center Soccer Club (1)
  • RLSMS (4) vs Roosevelt JV (3)

*This was actually a very close scrimmage and was mainly for fun!

  • RLSMS (3) vs Kawanankoa Middle (0)

Upcoming Matches:

  • RLSMS @ Niu Valley Middle April 8th 9:30am
  • RLSMS @ Iolani Fair Futsal Tournament April 21st-22nd (Time TBD)

If you are interested in learning more about our RLSMS Futsal Club, please contact Mr. Christian Ellis, ellis@rlsms.com.

Stevenson Advances in Honolulu District National History Day Competition:

March 20th, 2017

Congratulations to the students who were selected as top 3 of their category at Saturday's Honolulu District National History Day Competition!!! We were able to take 9 of the 12 spots going to States. They will be going onto the State NHD Competition in April.

Stevenson Advances in Science Fair:

March 20th, 2017

Special congratulations to Summer Royal, our 2017 HONSEF Junior Research First Place Winner! She tied for first place, taking the top spot and earning a trip to ISEF in Los Angeles May 14-19, 2017. She is the third Stevenson student who took first place since we began participating in HONSEF.

FREE STEM Workshops for Girls

This year marks our 4th annual Expanding Your Horizons in Hawaii. Expanding Your Horizons - Hawaii will take place on Saturday April 15th, 2017 at the University of Hawaii at Manoa from 9:30-3:30 pm. Girls 6-8th grade are invited to participate. The event is FREE and girls will have the choice of three hands-on workshops in different disciplines. This year we have 18 workshops with topics such as Botany, Meteorology, Ocean Science, Marine Biology, Astronomy, Architecture, Chemistry, Math and More!

Registration is open and can be reached through the http://eyhhawaii.org website or https://www.eyhreg.org/registration.php?cid=13635


Get ready for an exciting new event for young women interested in science, technology, engineering, and math! Expanding Your Horizons in Science and Mathematics (EYH) are conferences created to promote and foster interest for young women in the areas of science and math. The conferences are held with the hopes that young women who attend will be encouraged to consider careers in these disciplines. The first EYH conference occurred in 1976 at Mills College in Oakland California. Since that first event hundreds of thousands of young women and thousands of parents have participated in EYH events. The goals of the conference include:


1) To provide young women with opportunities to meet and interact with positive women role models who are active in math and science related careers;

2) To involve young women with limited opportunities for success in positive experiences in mathematics and science;

3) To increase the interest of young women in math and science by providing exciting and fun hands-on learning experiences;

4) To encourage young women to study as much math and science as possible by showing them the benefits of education and its relevance to their lives;

5) To foster awareness of career opportunities in science and math related careers.

You can find relevant information at http://eyhhawaii.org, https://www.facebook.com/eyhhawaii on Facebook and Twitter (@EYH_Hawaii)! Registration is now open and can be reached through the http://eyhhawaii.org website or https://www.eyhreg.org/registration.php?cid=13635

For more information contact the Chair and Organizer Dr. Jennifer Griswold via email (smalljen@hawaii.edu) or by phone 808-956-3636.

Campus Beautification 2017

March 13th, 2017

Stevenson Middle School's annual Campus Beautification will be on April 1st, 2017 from 8:30am to *11:30am. Donations of bottled water and use of landscaping tools would be greatly appreciated. For more information, please contact Vice Principal Sonja Samsonas at: sonja_samsonas@notes.k12.hi.us

The following video was produced by the RLSMS VACT class 2015-2016 showcasing what Campus Beautification is.

Permission/Signup Form:

Campus Beautification 2017 Form

Campus Beautification Late 2016

Art and VACT Fundraiser 2017

March 13th, 2017

Orders are no longer being accepted, final deadline was March 29th, 2017*

Tickets were distributed on Wednesday, March 29th to the student's AA class (if applicable). If you purchased through/from a student, the student is responsible for delivering the ticket(s) to the buyer. If you purchased directly from us and you have not received your ticket(s) (After March 29th), please contact us as soon as possible by email at Tsujioka@rlsms.com

We are not responsible for lost tickets and cannot offer any refund for lost/destroyed tickets.

*Final order to Ted's Bakery will be placed when the orders are collected at 3:30pm on Wednesday March 29th.


The Art and VACT program here at Stevenson Middle School is having a Ted's Bakery Fundraiser this year!

Pies are being sold for $15 and Cakes for $20; check out the VACT Facebook page for up to the minute information and to ask questions.

Did not receive an envelope/order form but would still like to buy? Contact Mrs. Tsujioka "Tsujioka@rlsms.com" for copies (if available, supplies limited). You may also download and print the order form located in the following Google Drive folder and turn in the form with payment in any standard envelope.

VACT Fundraiser 2017 Forms

*Due to an error when creating the original order form, the prices were omitted, sorry for the confusion!

-StevensonVACT 2016-2017

Stevenson Art and VACT Fundraiser 2017 (Order Form and Newsletter).pdf

Recreational Center

Please be advised that the recreational center adjacent to the Stevenson campus is a City and County property. It is not a part of the Stevenson campus therefore is not monitored by the school. We recommend that students NOT loiter at the recreation center before and after school as it is unsupervised, open to the public and may be dangerous.

Stevenson Advances in Honolulu District National History Day Competition:

Congratulations to the following students who were selected as top 3 of their category at Saturday's Honolulu District National History Day Competition. We were able to take 9 of the 12 spots going to States. They will be going onto the State NHD Competition in April.

All 30 of our students did an outstanding job representing Stevenson Middle well!

Special thanks to William Miller and Carli Akasaki for helping chaperone the kids from 7:30 to 3:30 on a beautiful Saturday.

Essays

Armour, Lisa - Kailash Satyarthi: Liberating and Rehabilitating Children Deprived of Education and Their Childhood

Kim, Jenna - Standing Against the British Slave Trade: William Wilberforce and the Heroic Pursuit for Freedom

Exhibits

Arashiro, Katie - Alice Paul: Taking a Stand for Women’s Suffrage

Fujita, Raquel - Jose Rizal's Fight for the Freedom of the Philippines

Noh, Seung - King Gojong: The abolition of status system

Weebly Websites

Cha, Min Ji - Elizabeth Cady Stanton: standing up for women's rights

Takemoto, Shirayuki - "Deeds Not Words"

Uchimura, Maya - Elizabeth Cady Stanton: Influence The American Women's Suffrage Movement

Documentary

Summer Royal - “A hole in our flag, a hole in our heart – The realpolitik of the 1956 Hungarian counter-revolution”

FREE SCIENCE DAY:

Expires: April 29th, 2017

Ellison Onizuka Day of Exploration

The first Ellison Onizuka Day of Exploration will be held April 29, 2017 at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall. Free and open to the public (you will have to pay for parking), the Aloha Council, Boy Scouts of America, has organized a day of STEM workshops, displays, robotics, interactive activities, demonstrations, food, games, opportunity to learn more about Scouting, competitions and a not to be missed science presentation/demonstrations by Jake, a Wizard IV.

Online registration began March 1st

Begin your registration; workshop registration on a first come, first serve basis

https://www.scoutingevent.com/104-ODESTEM

Please note that all youth who are in grade 6 and below MUST be accompanied by an adult who is registered for the same workshop.

A parent may accompany up to 2 youth, and den leaders or teachers may accompany up to 5 youth.

The youth and adult must all be registered for the same workshop in the same time period.


Among the workshops….

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Sponsored by Ace Hardware:

Learn the secrets of thinking like a scientist from Jake, a Wizard IV (as bestowed by the Royal Institution of Great Britain). Jake is also a retired Chief Scientist for the Discovery Channel and has provided science content for over 20 televisions shows including MacGyver and MythBusters. You will learn how to use everyday items to sharpen your thinking skills... the same skills used by all scientists, technicians, engineers and mathematicians around the world.

Balloon Rockets

Sponsored by Ho'okele Elementary School:

Experience the engineering design process and apply the concepts of Newton's laws of motion. Design and build a simple rocket that transports cargo to the finish line. Recommended for students grades 3 through 6.

Bristle Bot Racers

Sponsored by Team Magma Robotics, Kalani High School:

Construct a Bristlebot, a fun, exciting robot made of a vibrating cell phone motor and a toothbrush head. Design and construct a Bristlebot to go the fastest in a straight line. Compete with other Bristlebots for bragging rights

Chain Reactions: Fun with Kinetic Energy

Sponsored by Elemental Minds STEM Enrichment Program:

Use the engineering design process to explore and learn about kinetic energy. Use everyday materials including sticks and cups to create chain reactions that are sure to entertain and amaze.

Design Thinking - the New Superpower

Sponsored by Oceanit:

Maximize your creative superpowers in this fun, hands-on play session. Design Thinking is a human centered problem finding and solving process used by the world's most innovative companies like Apple, Google, and Facebook.

Drinking Straw Rocket Science

Sponsored by Hawaii Space Grant Consortium, University of Hawaii:

Experience the basic physics of rocketry first hand using nothing more than drinking straws and air. A demonstration will also be given of the kind of rocket science that can be done with state of the art gaming software.

Electrophoresis Lab

Sponsored by I am a Scientist, Chaminade University:

Use laboratory techniques and equipment to separate molecules based on size and charge.

Energy UNPLUGGED

Sponsored by Hawaii Energy:

Help Hawai'I lead the nation in Energy Efficiency! Learn how to make money by becoming an "Energy Entrepreneur" and help reap the benefits of making smart energy choices in your home. Recommend for students grade 5 and older.

Feather Fall Parachute Deployment

Sponsored by Iolani School:

Design and build a parachute to safely and accurately land in a hostile environment to get much needed equipment to our stranded astronauts.

"Bragging rights" for best aim and slowest descent. Learn about aerodynamics, free fall and air resistance forces.

Forensic Science Fingerprinting

Sponsored by Forensic Science Club, Chaminade University:

Learn more about fingerprinting in the Forensic Science field. We will be going over history, different processing techniques, while also having the participants try out the process themselves.

Fossils: The Tales they Tell

Sponsored by Department of Mathematics and Science, Leeward Community College:

What can a fossil tell us? Aside from the obvious clues to the physical attributes of the creature(s) that once roamed the Earth, fossils also contain valuable information regarding the behaviors of the creature(s) and the conditions of the environment that they lived in. Examine several fossils and try to piece together the clues that reveal some interesting stories behind each one.

Gelatin Volcanoes, Dikes, Rift Zones

Sponsored by School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, University of Hawaii:

Experience how magma migrates within a volcano and learn how it is related to the shape of a volcano and lava flow hazards. Inject magma into the gelatin volcano and see how it reaches the surface. Recommended for students grades 6 and older.

Hardware Science - Rocket Launcher Kit

Sponsored by Ben Franklin Stores:

Build you own hardware store rocket launcher. Learn about air pressure and angles with this DIY kit. No batteries needed, the rocket is powered by you.

Stevenson Advances in Science Fair:

Special congratulations to Summer Royal, our 2017 HONSEF Junior Research First Place Winner! She tied for first place, taking the top spot and earning a trip to ISEF in Los Angeles May 14-19, 2017. She is the third Stevenson student who took first place since we began participating in HONSEF.

Congratulations are also in order for the following students who qualified to represent our district and compete at HSSEF on April 10-12, 2017. Sherie Agcaoili, Azialeah Carreon, Caleb Chang, Zoey Duan, Kaiki Ikeda, Aaron Kim, Jenna Kim, Niki Li, Raina Nagamine, Thu Nguyen, Summer Royal.

Also participating in an invitation only special presentation this weekend were Kenten Gascon-Oshiro, Rocky Huang, Sarah Kim, David Lee, Yui Shimizu, Gineen Sidara, Nicolas Stevens, Jordan Thai. Only three schools in the state were invited to learn about the design of the future Mars habitat when NASA launches to the red planet in 2017. They represented RLS well with their participation in discussion and high level questions.

THEFT at RLSMS:

Several items were stolen from our beloved Band building over the weekend.

After hearing about the theft, the Office of Hawaiian Affairs immediately reached out to us and offered to replace the stolen items! We are very appreciative and extremely grateful for their generosity and kindness!

Mahalo nui loa no kou kōkua, a me ke aloha e OHA!

Our Close Up Program needs your help!

We're $1,800 short for our Close Up trip to Washington, DC, April 15-21.

Donations can be made by:

The Close Up program provides a hands-on opportunity for 7th and 8th grade students to interact with government and history in our nation's capital.

Click on the vimeo to learn more about how students benefit from Close Up.

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.

Save The Date:

What: 2017 Grade 8 Promotion Ceremony

When: May 26th, 2017

Time: 8:30 am*

Where: Robert Louis Stevenson Campus (Details TBD)

All families and friends are welcome.

*Please note that the 2017 Grade 8 Promotion Ceremony will take place during the school day on the last day of school for students. Please plan accordingly.

Annual Notification of Privacy Rights:

Know your privacy rights as they apply to 1) student record information; 2) directory information; 3) surveys and other information collection; and 4) military recruitment information. For more information on your privacy rights, the laws that protect them, and how to exercise your rights, contact your school administrator or visit http://bit.ly/FERPAHI.

2017 State VEX Competition

January 7, 2017

The 2017 State VEX Competition was held on Saturday January 7th, 2017 at Stevenson Middle School's Science and Technology Center. 19 teams competed against each other to win the overall finals. The StevensonVACT program live-streamed the event and can be watched in the link below. Thanks to all for supporting the VEX Robotics program and the students that participated in the event.

Link to the video: 2017 VEX Competition at RLSMS Livestream

Link to the event photos: 2016-17 Hawaii VEX Middle School Championship

Stevenson AVID Students "Back at it Again"

December 22, 2016

As is tradition, a group of AVID students and teachers spent their first day of winter break in school. Why might you ask? To paint more college logos around campus, highlighting the future possibility of attending one. With paint and tape in hand, the students' work shows bright and bold.

-StevensonVACT 2016-17

HIDOE: 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.

HIDOE Coverage: Photos and Videos

Oiwi TV Video Recap: Mele Murals: R.L. Stevenson Middle

Internet Safety

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Internet Safety

Club/Program Day

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.

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.

WHERE: http://manoa.hawaii.edu/ola

Click on Enter Tutoring Room

No login or password required.

Just sign in using your first name.

For more information: email ola@hawaii.edu or (808)956-3714

https://facebook.com/UHManoaOLA

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!


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.

Reach Grant: Awesome News!!!

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.

REACH for Middle and Intermediate Students

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!

Feedback Survey

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:

RLSMS Family School Partnership Survey

Annual Notification of Privacy Rights

Know your privacy rights as they apply to 1) student record information; 2) directory information; 3) surveys and other information collection; and 4) military recruitment information. For more information on your privacy rights, the laws that protect them, and how to exercise your rights, contact your school administrator or visit http://bit.ly/FERPAHI.