R-MA News & Blog

Middle School Boys' Basketball Lose to Highland Hawks

Monday, December 11, 2017

Joshua Illnicki

This past Tuesday, the Yellow Jackets faced-off against their toughest opponent so far in the season, as they took on the Highland Hawks. From the starting tip-off, it was a battle that was fun to watch.

In the first quarter, the Yellow Jackets struggled from the floor. With only six points, a hole to dig out of was already beginning. To help the cause, Adonis Lawrence ‘22, Logan Huber ‘22, and Nnamdi Odom ‘23 were able to score two points each. End of the first, 10-6 Hawks.

Alumni Profile: Johnathan Epps '01

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Cooper Bourdon '11

Epps.jpgJohnathan Epps was a hard-nosed kid from Brooklyn, New York, an area that had gone through tough times for a number of years. It was difficult enough to stay focused in school and earn good grades without being subjected to gang culture and street life on a daily basis. Epps stayed away from all of that nonsense, but that did not stop the nonsense from seeking him out. 

Show Thanks to Those Who Serve

Friday, November 17, 2017

Cooper Bourdon '11

The celebration of Veterans Day transcended last Saturday into the current week as Dan Fines, R-MA class of 1967, delivered a presentation to R-MA students on November 13th. He discussed the importance of service to one’s country and how to show gratitude to those who have served. 

Middle School Girls Cross Country Rises to Championship Titles

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Celeste Brooks P'12, '21, Director of Public Relations
A year ago, the R-MA Middle School girls’ cross country team didn’t exist. The lone female runner from the previous two years ago had opted to join volleyball instead. No one else stepped forward to try the grueling sport. It seemed its time as an R-MA Middle School sport had ended.