Get your tickets! Tacos, Tech & Teachers 2019
TICKETS for the second annual Tacos, Tech & Teachers fundraising event for Chromebooks and for support staff – through the RGMS Foundation - to keep our school strong! This year we are not only continuing toward our goal of a Chromebook for every RGMS student, we also need to start replacing old devices!
Saturday, April 20, 2019
7 pm to 10 pm, Multnomah Arts Center, 7688 SW Capitol Highway
For just $25 per ticket, you’ll enjoy a full taco bar and taquitos from Raul’s Family Mexican Restaurant; Northwest beverages (one drink ticket included) and entertainment all night -- the staff/parent Detention Band and much more. There will be a live auction and paddle raise, carnival games (Giant Jenga! Corn Hole!), wine wall, brand new RGMS T-shirts and swag, and slot party sign ups. When you buy your ticket, you can also purchase game bracelets for $20 each to make it easy to play as much as you want.
Jump in; we need you!
Want to host a slot party for 10 to 20 people? (Ideas include a BBQ, a cocktail party, an outdoor movie night) Contact Cathy Fowler: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have an Oregon Coast, Sunriver, Hood River or other Pacific Northwest vacation home or condo to offer in the live auction? Contact Erin Hoover Barnett: email@example.com
We are pumped for a great night of fun, food, fellowship and fundraising! If the ticket price is out of reach for your family budget, please let an office staff member know or email firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can arrange a donated ticket. We wish to acknowledge that the fundraiser date falls on the second Seder of Passover and apologize for how this impacts attendance for observant families.
3/5/2019Download the SPRING SUN GUIDE. Registration is due by March 23 and classes will begin April 2 We have many classes available like Dungeons & Dragons, MakerSpace, Basketball, Rock Band, LEGO Robotics and Tech Support. Be sure to get your registration form in fast, as classes tend to fill up.
Girls Rock Empowerment Group: Thursdays, 4:15-5:30 pm at OmBase Studio in Hillsdale, April 4th- May 23rd. Class will focus on friendships, digital citizenship, and confidence while easing anxiety through games, conversation, and guided meditation. Students can walk easily from Gray to OmBase. Register here.
Girls Rock Screens Workshop for 6th-8th grade girls: Digital Drama and Self-Care- Monday, April 8, at Robert Gray (no school day). 10am-3pm. Does your daughter spend a lot of time on her phone? Does Instagram fuel anxiety, comparison, and exclusion? This workshop will be a fun way to explore our relationship with technology. Register here.Questions? Email Kim@Kimdavies.org