Rocky Heights Middle School ready to celebrate 10 years of excellence in learning!
RHMS held a ten-year logo design contest at the end of the last school year. Incoming seventh grade student Christopher Theodore created this design, which will be used to represent the school throughout the year.
By Amy Shanahan, logo designed by incoming seventh grade student Christopher Theodore
The staff at Rocky Heights Middle School (RHMS) is preparing to open its doors to their students on August 13, and is thrilled to be celebrating its 10-year milestone! The school opened its doors a decade ago and has received numerous accolades and awards over the years.
Principal Pat Dierberger opened the school in 2003 and retired this past spring. The school will begin a new decade with a new leader in Principal Mike Loitz. Loitz is excited by the future prospects of RHMS.
“Our staff and students continually amaze me with their talents and achievements,” he remarked. This ten-year anniversary marks a decade of true excellence and we are looking forward to continuing that tradition.”
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