Oct 2
8:00a Term 1 mid-term
Term 1 mid-term

Wednesday, October 5
8:00a - 8:00p
No Sew Blankets Event
No Sew Blankets Event

Friday, October 7

No Sew Blankets for Eastside Baby Corner
7:00p PTSA Board Meeting
PTSA Board Meeting

Tuesday, October 11
7:00p - 8:00p
Birthday Dreams Event
Birthday Dreams Event

Thursday, October 13

Birthday Dreams
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Parent Chat Webinar

Parent Chat Webinar on October 5: School Support When Your Child is Experiencing Mental Health Struggles 

The Balance in Mind team is back with a new season of Parent Chats! On October 5, learn what Lake Washington School District resources are available to your family and how to support your child when they are struggling. Guest speakers include Shannon Hitch, Executive Director of Special Services at LWSD; and Johnny Phu, Director of Student Services at LWSD. 

Register for the Fall Parent Chat series at 

Balance In Mind is a program of Lake Washington Schools Foundation.

Pantry Packs Food Drive

The Pantry Packs Program is hosting its annual Fall Food Drive! You can help feed hungry students in our community through one of two ways:

  • Donate food directly through our Amazon Wish List.
  • Drop off your food donations on November 16 or 19, from 10am to 2pm, at our Pantry Packs warehouse located at 14816 NE 95th St - Bldg 6, Redmond, WA. 
Pantry Packs is a program of Lake Washington Schools Foundation.

Kids Coming Together Events
Kids Coming Together community service events are great opportunities for children grades 3-8 to meet new friends and connect with their community. Teens in grades 9 through 12 can also volunteer as event leaders. To learn more and to register for upcoming events, visit
  • October 7: No Sew Blankets for Eastside Baby Corner
  • October 13: Birthday Dreams
  • October 17: Litter Pickup at Lake Sammamish
  • October 26: Pumpkin Painting
Kids Coming Together is a program of Lake Washington Schools Foundation.

PTSA Funds Program
Dear Rose Hill Middle School Families,
RHMS PTSA exists to enhance the education of all students during their middle school career.
PTSA funds programs and provides support through
  • Mini-grants for classroom and/or after school clubs
  • Events (curriculum night, 8 th grade moving up, pancake breakfast, etc.)
  • Providing emergency preparedness supplies
  • Staff appreciation
  • Pantry Packs
  • Club sponsor stipends
  • And much more!
We are grateful for all the donations we have already received and the opportunity to partner
with families to benefit our students! However, we are currently at 28% of our total goal. If we
are unable to raise the additional funds, we will, unfortunately, have to make the tough
decision of what to cut from our budget.
We graciously ask for any donation that you feel comfortable making to help support our
Thank you to all that have donated your funds, goods, or time. We appreciate you and couldn’t
do it without you!


Free Screening of The Upstanders

Free Screening of the Documentary “The Upstanders” 

Reserve your free seat to watch The Upstanders examines cyber-bullying from the perspectives of the bully, the victim and the onlooker, providing practical tips and resources to change the narrative – to stand up, speak out and support – and become an Upstander, not a Bystander.


Register at free event is brought to you by Overlake Medical Center & Clinics and Lake Washington Schools Foundation. 


In Need of Lunch Duty Volunteer(s)

We are looking for amazing parent volunteers to help make lunch time run safely and smoothly.

Being a lunch duty volunteer is one of the best ways to get to know our school and student body!

Please sign up for a 1.5 hour shift as the school has 3 lunches.  All volunteers need to sign-in and out at the school office.  Please arrive by 11:05am is possible.


Assist with lunch related student requests.

Monitor student behavior and reinforce the lunch rules such as no electronic devices like computer or cell phone use.

Appropriately intervene and address any concerns immediately.

Please remember during your volunteer shift is not a time to check email, send texts, or make phone calls.

PLEASE remember to renew your volunteer status with LWSD, a requirement for all volunteers!  If you are an active approved volunteer but have not shown your proof of vaccination please bring proof of vaccination to the office the day you will volunteer.  If you want to get this task taken care of ahead of time I recommend contacting  the school office.

If you have any questions oplease email Natalie at



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Guest Speaker : Mina Rizova


Mina Rizova is the counselor from Youth Eastside Services (YES), serving the Rose Hill and Stella Schola Middle Schools. This is her fourth year working in this learning community. She has a master’s degree in counseling from Seattle University and holds a dual license as a Mental Health and Substance Abuse counselor. She is also trained in using evidence-based practices such as Cognitive Behavioral and Dialectical Behavioral therapy.


This lecture will divide the time between the topics of cyber-bullying and teen substance use trends. It will cover useful information such as what are some warning signs to watch for, knowing how to respond and where to ask for help if needed.

Mina Rizova


A lifeline for kids and families


October 18th, 7pm

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