Depart school (yellow bus) at 4:30, marching band attire. Parade starts at 6 p.m.
The parade begins at the corner of NW 62nd and 24th Avenue NW. The route follows south to Market Street and eastward to Bergen Place park, then turns right onto 22nd and continues south down Ballard Avenue and ends at Dock St.
Option for students to return home with parents/guardians (let Mr. Aguilar know!); otherwise, return bus leaves for RESMS by 8:15, pick up students at RESMS at 8:30 p.m.
Wind Ensemble members of the Marching Band only.
Parade: 1-2 pm
Festival 2-5 pm
Highline College’s Global Student Ambassadors hosts Global Fest, marking the culmination of Unity through Diversity Week. Parade of nations and food trucks — East parking lot of campus.
Buses depart RESMS at 11:15, return at 3:30.
Come, experience RESMS-alum parent and professional dance fitness instructor Medora Cesarano’s fun, energetic choreography that will get you MOVING to hip hop, old school, and Top 40 hits!
No dance experience is necessary for Medora’s classes. She leads with clear instructions and choreography that works for all levels. Kids welcome!
Medora is donating her time, so all proceeds benefit FORESMA.
Wear: comfortable workout clothes and workout shoes
Bring: water bottle, sense of humor, and a positive attitude
Doors open at 1:30, class goes from 2 to 3:00
$30 - donate with PayPal below
Be at school by 10:45 to prepare for bus departure.
Students who have not turned in an emergency card/permission slip will not be allowed to travel on the bus or participate in the parade, so get that paperwork in!
Marching band attire: all-black long-sleeve shirt is allowed under red polo for this parade. ALL BLACK pants, socks, shoes. No other color, no accent colors, logos, etc.
Parade begins at 12:30 at 4th and James, ends at Westlake Center (4th and ) Pine. Buses arrive back at school at 2:45.
Full payment for the Silverwood trip is due. If you made Payment 1 already ($150), then only Payment 2 is due ($125). If you haven’t yet made a payment, please submit the full payment ($275).
You can pay by check (payable to Robert Eagle Staff Middle School), delivered to school, or you can use SchoolPay, and email a copy (or photo) of the receipt to Mr. Aguilar or Ms. Dustin. You can also donate funds to offset the cost for students in need of financial aid.
Here are SchoolPay links:
(Rescheduled due to February snow storm)
Instructors guide you through explosive drills with mind-clearing focus, graceful footwork and exhilarating impacts.
Back by popular demand. Suitable for adults and kids 9 and up.
Arrive at 1:30, class goes from 2 to 3:00.