RO: In the Know

Review: ‘Venom’ is hungry for vengeance

Joseph C., Producer

March 2, 2020

First of all let me start out by saying that if you haven’t seen this movie then you’re clearly doing something wrong in your life. This movie is absolutely the best thing since sliced bread, something you shouldn’t or coul...

Students reflect on ADL ‘No Place for Hate’ conference

Olivia B., Staff writer and researcher

December 16, 2019

Bullying has been an issue in schools for a long time. A recent New York Times report has shown that hate-crime violence (hateful attacks on people of different races or cultures) has reached a 16-year high. People talk about ...

Welcoming Mrs.Cadenhead to ROMS!

Janaya W. and Denise E.

October 11, 2019

Joyful, Creative and,Trustworthy. These three words best describe Lindsay Michelle Cadenhead, ROMS new assistant principal. When she came to Red Oak she served as facilitator for Red Oak and curriculum coordinator for 8 yea...

Longtime ROMS assistant principal joins leadership at ROE

Olivia B.

September 12, 2019

She was a dedicated assistant principal to ROMS kids and staff, and now Merilee Stone has chosen to go help another school in need of her amazing skills. Wanting to learn new things and work with younger kids, Mrs.Stone has decided to move to Red Oak Elementary School to serv...

Spring Fling offers another night of music, dancing

R Chehab, Anchor

April 15, 2019

ROMS cheerleaders hosted a Spring Fling in the middle school dance gym. It was on Friday, March 29 from 6:30-8:30 pm. Sales were $5 at lunch and $7 at the door. Dress code was appropriate "Sunday best" and students had to have ...

Overcoming struggles on and off the field

D Pimentel, Sports editor

April 9, 2019

Middle school sports can seem like a joke to some. But for others this is the time where  you’re working as hard you can to prepare for high school. Kenneth Molano,an 8th grader at Red Oak Middle School was just like any other ...

Setting the record straight about alternative school

L.Rivera

April 1, 2019

Everyone has to go to school, right? Of course we do. Some students get sent to alternative school for doing something that they weren’t supposed to do. So what happens when you don’t get to see your friends, your teachers...

For these Hawks, unique pets are family too

A. Myers, Staff Cartoonist, Staff Writer

April 1, 2019

Few are unusual, weird , or even unique. People have some interesting pets, with unusual traits. Eighth grader Ambrin Hayes has three ferrets Rogue, Havok, and Mystique and two ducks Cheese and Quackers. The traits for the ferrets ar...

Football is always in season

Z. Mitchell and Z. Mitchell

March 31, 2019

When most people think of working out, they think about bench pressing, deadlifts or squats. ROMS football cornerback Stellen D’Angelo is one of the athletes participating in offseason conditioning. There’s much more ...

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