Good morning RTMS

Today is Wednesday June 26th, 2019

Day 6 on our schedule

Please Stand proud for our national anthem

And a moment of silent reflection.

We would like to acknowledge that we are on the traditional territory of the Mississauga of the Credit First Nation.”

Please be seated we’re on the air

Welcome to Radio 5605.

Take out those agendas!


Hallway monitors, how does your hallway look?

Happy Birthday!

Let’s STAND together and wish a Happy birthday to…

Ali 70

Be a good Bud! BRANCH out and TREE-T them to a HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!

Know what else happened on this day?

Daily Inspiration

With all the stress we experience it can be hard to keep a positive attitude. So everyday there will be a new quote to help inspire you and brighten your day!


All Phys Ed classes are asked not to enter the gym today and enter the changeroom from the hallway doors. Please drop off your books, and go straight to O’Connor Park.


The Yearbook PDF has been sent out to all staff and students on their gmail accounts.

Please print off as many, or as little, pages as you want and you can get your classmates to sign them.

If you don’t want to print it off, please save the PDF so you can access it in the future.


Ms. Raphael, Ms. Pogue and the Yearbook Team

85’s Bud Project

Janelle Monáe Robinsin is an American singer, songwriter, rapper, actress and producer. Her musical career started in 2003 when she released her first album called 'The Audition.' Robinsin is not only a musician, but has also voice acted in many movies including 'Rio 2,’ ‘Ugly Dolls’ and more. She also acted in Oscar winning movies ‘Moonlight,’ ‘Hidden Figures’ and many more. Janelle Monáe recently came out as bisexual but is still exploring her sexuality. Janelle Monáe Robinsin stands for being your true self and not being ashamed of who you are!

Band Students:

Please come to room 130 to pick up your instruments.

Board of Trustees

Thank you for all of you hard work this year!


All my troubles seemed so far away

All my books looked like they were here to stay

Oh, I believe in yesterday


I'm a student with an overdue, oh gee

There's a shadow hanging over me

Oh, yesterday came suddenly

Why the book had to go, I don't know

I couldn’t find it

I looked everywhere

Now I long for yesterday


Signing out books was such an easy game to play

Now I need a place to hide away (maybe my book is there)

Oh, I believe in yesterday

Why the book had to go, I don't know

I couldn’t find it

I looked everywhere

Now I long for yesterday


I promised to return that book and now it’s today

Now I need a place to hide away (that book is definitely there)

Oh, I believe in yesterday….

A message from the Beatles to you (if your books have still not been returned)

All school library books are now overdue if not returned.

Please return your books, there are no fines/fees to pay if books are returned.

Books returned

Books not returned

Book sign out account clear/not blocked

Book sign out account blocked

Books can be signed out next year

Books cannot be signed out this year or next year at Ruth Thompson or any other Peel school you attend

No letter/notice home to parents

Letter/notice home to parents

No overdue fines

Overdue fines

L.C. Crew Mr.Schade needs you on your work day!

Check the schedule ‘cause there’s lots to be done in the L.L.C. for the end of the year.

Did you know that June is National Indigenous History Month?

The Grade 5s have learned about Current Issues for Canada’s Indigenous Peoples.

As part of 51’s Bud Project, we would like to share what we have learned and hope that you will start to take action as well.

Over 150,000 children attended residential schools

More than 6000 students died because of residential schools

It started with 69 schools but in 1930’s it expanded to 139 school with the final school closing in 1996

The first residential school opened in 1831

Have empathy, what if you were taken away from your family, goten forced to give up your religion and got beaten up for various reasons

Would you like that?


London 51

Did you know that theres is a $1000 funding gap between Native schools and non Native schools. 500 of the SCHOOLS on RESERVES don’t have clean running water,computers,libraries and teachers. Indigenous children in Ontario rates for dental decay are 2-5x higher than non indigenous children.

Do we deserve more than Native children?

The poverty rate for aboriginal children 1 in4. That means 1 in 4 Indigenous Children don’t have what they need to support them.

Lunch Time

IT Lab = BOT

Library Learning Commons (L.L.C.) = BOT

In the Music Hallway - Rehearsal Schedule Week of May 13th






Lunch Recess

After School

In the Gym (Week of June17th- June21st)







Peel Track Meet

Grade 5

Track Meet

Pakmen Beach Volleyball - All day, all PHE classes

Pakmen Beach Volleyball - All day, all PHE classes


Cricket Club

11:40 Gym

India vs Pakistan

Cricket Club

11:40 Gym

India vs South Africa

Cricket Club

11:40 Gym

India vs England

Cricket Club

11:40 Gym

Australia vs New Zealand



Cricket Club

2:30 Gym

South Africa vs England

Cricket Club

2:30 Gym

Australia vs Pakistan

Cricket CLub

3:30 Gym

Pakistan vs New Zealand

Cricket Club

2:30 Gym

England vs New Zealand

3:30 Gym

South Africa vs Australia Announcements - Google Slides