GRMS Engineering Class Egg Drop Challenge

GRMS Engineering students have been looking forward to today's egg drop challenge, a popular STEM activity. For the challenge, students designed a contraption using various materials (cardboard, duct tape, etc.) to protect a raw egg from a high fall. Each design was different. They then took their contraptions outside to test them out. Each egg container was dropped one at at time from the second floor balcony to the pavement of the school's courtyard. How did we do? Very well! Only one egg broke, but everyone learned! ____________________________________________________ Estudiantes de ingeniería de GRMS han estado esperando la actividad de huevo de hoy, una actividad popular de STEM. Para

Parents/Guardians Monday Folder Checklist Available Now

Monday, August 29, 2016 Checklist ☐ Letter from Principal ☐ September Calendar ☐ Family Pasta Dinner Info ☐ Early Dismissal Notice FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE GO TO 1. 2. "PARENTS & STUDENTS" tab 3. "MONDAY FOLDER" button

Mom of GRMS President Michael Motyl to cook authentic Italian food for GRMS families

Mom of GRMS President Michael Motyl to cook authentic Italian food in a commercial kitchen for GRMS families during Back to School Night. JoAnn Motyl will fly to Brownsville from her hometown in Connecticut to cook lasagna from scratch for 70+ families to welcome them back for the new school year. "At GRMS, the word that comes up most often is family," said Mr. Motyl. "So, I wanted to share a little of my loving Italian family with GRMS." Guadalupe Regional Middle School (GRMS) is an all-scholarship Catholic school. Our goals are college & Heaven. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mamá del Presidente de GRMS, Michael Motyl, cocina

Back to School Night's Family Pasta Dinner

Back to School Night 5:00p Family Pasta Dinner Right after Back to School Night Friday, September 2, 2016 Guadalupe Parish Hall We’re kicking off the school year with a free family pasta dinner celebration. Join us for fun, friends, & homemade, authentic Italian.Después de Back to School Night Viernes, 2 de septiembre 2016 Guadalupe Parish Hall ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Back to School Night 5:00p Noche de pasta para la familia​ Después de Back to School Night Viernes, 2 de septiembre 2016 Guadalupe Parish Hall Estamos iniciando el año escolar con una cena de pasta familiar celebración gratuito. Únase a nosotros para la diversión, amigos, y

Opportunity: Parent Service Hours

Service hours for parents will be available Thursday mornings from 8:00am to 11am. Please call Mrs. Gutierrez to schedule at 956-504-5568. Horas de servicio para los padres disponibles jueves por la manana de 8:00am to 11am.

Student Council Election Info

Student council application due 8/26. Campaigning starts 8/30. Speeches & Election 9/1. New Student Council members announced on 9/2.

Parents/Guardians Monday Folder Checklist Available Now

Monday, August 22, 2016 Checklist ☐ Let’s Chat Magazine ☐ Service Fee Envelope ☐ Notice to 6th & 7th Grade Parents/Guardians FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE GO TO 1. 2. "PARENTS & STUDENTS" tab 3. "MONDAY FOLDER" button

GSP: Road to College

Applying to college might be scary, but you don't have to do it alone. GRMS is with you! Our Graduate Support Program will help GRMS grads. Make an appointment or connect with our upcoming events at (Tab: Graduate Support Program/High School).

Events for GRMS juniors & seniors in high school

1. ​Open to all Junior and Senior Families​: UTRGV Financial Aid and Scholarship Presentation Thursday, September 29, 2016 6:30-7:30 at Guadalupe Regional Middle School For More Info: Ms. Amanda Sampayo Graduate Support Program Director | Guadalupe Regional Middle School 1214 Lincoln St. | Brownsville, TX 956-504-5568 | 317-496-7023 mobile Abierto Para Todas Las Familias Con Estudiantes de Onceavo y Doceavo: Ayuda Financiera UTRGV y Presentación de Becas 29 de Septiembre, 2016 6:30-7:30pm en Guadalupe Regional Middle School Para más Información: Ms. Amanda Sampayo Directora del Program de Apoyo al Graduado | Guadalupe Regional Middle School 1214 Lincoln St. | Brownsville, TX 956-504-5568 | 3

Welcome Back!

GRMS is welcoming all students back tomorrow, August 17, 2016. Students will wear their everyday uniform (polo). #collegeandheaven GRMS comienza para todos los estudiantes mañana. Uniforme regular.

GRMS Text Alerts for Current Families is Now Active

REGÍSTRATE! Recibe Alertas de Texto de GRMS a tu Celular! ❖ Salidas Tempranas ❖ Cierre de Escuela ❖ Recordatorios del Calendario Escolar ❖ Recordatorios de Junta de Padres y más CÓMO REGISTRARSE: 1. Visita nuestra página web a: 2. Haz click arriba en “Parents and Students” y da hacia abajo a la sección “Text Alerts.” 3. Llena tu Número de Teléfono, Nombre, Apellido, y Email. 4. Haz click “Join Now,” y listo! *SÓLO PARA FAMILIAS ACTUALES* Para más información llame al 956-504-5568. SIGN UP! Receive GRMS Text Alerts to Your Cell Phone! ❖ Early Dismissal ❖ School Closings ❖ Calendar Reminders ❖ Parent Meeting Reminders and more! HOW TO REGISTER: 1. Go on to our website at:

GRMS Names Ms. Amanda Sampayo as Full-Time Graduate Support Program Director

As part of GRMS’s commitment to provide students with support beyond the middle school years, we are excited to announce the addition of Ms. Amanda Sampayo who will serve as the school’s first full-time Graduate Support Program (GSP) Director. “We are thrilled to welcome Ms. Sampayo,” said Mr. Michael Motyl, GRMS President. “We are confident that she has the passion, skills, and faith to build on the incredible effort of Mrs. Patricia Flota who has served our graduates for years on top of her responsibilities as the school’s religion teacher.” With initial grant funding by the Raskob Foundation and the Western Foundation and with over 250 graduates, GRMS hopes to fuel momentum for its GSP pr

Graduate Updates

Miguel Salinas '06 is sharing his experience and leadership with 14 young students as an MIT - MOSTEC program mentor this fall. MOSTEC is a six-month, online science and engineering program for rising high school seniors from across the country. Miguel is a GRMS and Saint Joseph Academy grad who is studying in Massachusetts at MIT. No achievement is too big or small for us here at GRMS. We encourage graduates and their proud parents/guardians to send us updates that we can share with our GRMS family, especially current students and their parents. #collegeandheaven Noticias de Nuestros Graduados Miguel Salinas '06 comparte su experiencia y liderazgo este otoño con 14 estudiantes jóvenes de to

Summer Ornament Painting with GRMS Families

Kevin Berlanga '11, GRMS Intern, welcomed several GRMS families back on campus Saturday, August 7th, 2016 for an afternoon of creativity and service. Parents along with children of various ages and even some GRMS grads attended the event to paint ceramic Christmas ornaments that GRMS will give to major donors in December as a thank you for their steadfast support of our school's mission. "It's a lovely little tradition we started a while back," said Ms. Dandy Pilon, Vice President for Advancement. "We package each individual ornament with lots of love for our Tilma Leadership Circle supporters, but the painting is also a good excuse for us to come together before school starts. At the end of

One of First Alumni to Graduate from Science Academy

Cristo Rocha '12 is one of our first Science Academy of South Texas graduate. The Science Academy of South Texas, also known as 'SciTech', is a high school in Mercedes, Texas. According to its website, it offers a nationally recognized academic program focusing on the math and science. It is a top-ranked school in the RGV, state of Texas, and nationally. Congratulations to him and his family on his wonderful accomplishment! ‪ #‎collegeandheaven‬ Uno de los Primeros Alumnos en Graduarse de Science Academy Cristo Rocha '12, es uno de nuestros primeros graduados de Science Academy of South Texas. Science Academy of South Texas, también conocida como 'SciTech', es una preparatoria en Mercedes, T

Motyl Recognized by Rotary

Mr. Michael Motyl, GRMS President, was recognized on June 24, 2016 by the North Brownsville Rotary for serving as their Sgt. at Arms for a year and exemplifying the principles and ideas of Rotary heritage. Rotary is a service organization whose purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and to advance goodwill and peace around the world. Motyl Reconocido por Rotary __________________________________________________________________________ Mr. Michael Motyl, Presidente de GRMS, fue reconocido el 24 de Junio del 2016 por el North Brownsville Rotary por servir como su Sargento en Ar

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