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Sports Offered at Robious Middle School

RMS offers a variety of athletic programs for our students to join. We encourage all students to join one of our many extracurricular activities!

Fall Sports:

  • Girls’ Basketball
  • Cheerleading
  • Boys’ Soccer
  • Boys’ Cross Country
  • Girls’ Cross Country

Winter Sports:

  • Boys’ Basketball
  • Cheerleading

Spring Sports:

  • Girls’ Soccer
  • Boys’ Track and Field
  • Girls’ Track and Field

Frequently Asked Questions about Athletics, Clubs, and Intramurals:

  • What forms should be completed in order to participate in athletics?

All students must have a current VHSL physical form and a concussion form before participating in any RMS athletic programs. Students will not be allowed to try out without submitting these forms. A current physical must be dated after May 1, 2021 (A physical dated after May 1, 2021 is good for the entire 2021- 2022 school year). All forms can be found through this link.

  • What intramurals and clubs are offered? What does my child need to participate in an intramural or club?

Each year, the intramurals and clubs that we offer vary. Students need to have a concussion and intramural form completed to participate in an intramural. No forms are necessary to participate in a club.

  • How can I find out about tryout dates, game schedules, cancellations, etc.?

Dr. Wasnock’s weekly Raider Report will contain up to date information about upcoming tryouts, game times, etc. You may also contact the coach or Athletic Director(s) with specific questions about information once the seasons start.

  • What is expected of student athletes after joining an athletic program?

All student athletes are expected to conduct themselves in a respectful manner in school, as well as during competition. Student athletes are expected to maintain a minimum of a 2.0 grade point average prior to and throughout the season. 

  • Who do I contact if I have questions about an RMS athletic program?

You can contact Athletic Director Napoleon Hailstock with any questions related to athletic programs at RMS. You can also click on the athletic program head coaches tab to contact individual coaches at RMS.

You may contact our Activities Directors with any questions concerning athletic programs at RBMS. You may also contact the head coach of our individual athletic programs if you have sport specific questions.

Athletic Director
Napoleon Hailstock
[email protected] 

Boys’ Cross Country
Caroline Kirsh
[email protected] 

Girls’ Cross Country
Caroline Kirsh
[email protected]

Anna Gahagan
[email protected] 

Boys’ Basketball
John Wilbert
[email protected]

Girls’ Basketball
James Willliamson
[email protected] 

Boys’ Soccer
Michael Spence
[email protected]

Girls’ Soccer
Mina Raychouni
[email protected] 

Boys’ Track and Field
Caroline Kirsh
[email protected]

Girls’ Track and Field
Caroline Kirsh
[email protected]

Click on the hyperlink to see each team’s schedule.  Any cancellations or reschedules will be updated on the document.

Fall Sports: Tryouts begin on Monday of the second week of school
Girls’ Basketball and Cheer – Championships will start the last week of October
Boys’ Soccer – Championships will start the last week of October
Boys’ and Girls’ Cross- Country – Championships will start the last week of October

Winter Sports: Tryouts begin on the second Monday of November (Cheer does not have tryouts in the winter)
Boys’ Basketball and Cheer – Championships start the last week of January

Spring Sports: Tryouts begin on the second Monday of February
Girls’ Soccer – Championships start the last week of April
Boys’ and Girls’ Track and Field – Championships will start the last week of April

Student Clubs & Organizations:

National Junior Honor Society – National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is an international organization for middle school students.  At its core, NJHS hopes to foster the values of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship in our students. Membership is a high honor and it comes with a great deal of responsibility.

NJHS Requirements and Eligibility

Coding Club – Meets once a month in room 230, 2:15-3:15p.m.
[email protected] 

Cartoon Club – Purpose of the club is to learn about and share tips for drawing cartoons.  Time will be dedicated each Friday during Roundtable to draw and share our creations with the other members.
[email protected] 

Dungeons & Dragons – The D and D club will give student the opportunity to socialize with other Dungeons and Dragons fans during Friday’s Roundtable. The club will be a great opportunity to organize games with other students to play outside of school.
[email protected] 

Project LIT Book Club – We are a national, grassroots literacy movement, a team of dedicated educators and students who are committed to increasing access to culturally sustaining books and promoting a love of reading in our schools and communities.
[email protected] 

Battle of the Books Club – Students will read at least 8 of the 12 BoB titles and we will have monthly book discussions, mini-quizzes, and activities related to the titles.
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Drama Club – In Drama Club, students work together in a supportive environment to explore acting and improvisation, developing self-confidence and self-expression. We’ll do warm-up activities, create original scenes (Instant Theatre!), and play drama games. Drama Club meets the third Thursday of the month from 2:15-4:00.  We will start in the cafeteria for now, and move to the forum once the late buses have left.  Interested students should join our Canvas page using this link: http;// Students should listen to announcements in case we need to change where we meet due to space conflicts.
[email protected] 

Chess Club – The Chess Club will meet after school on Thursday afternoons for students to play and talk about chess. We will provide some chess sets, but if you have a set at home, please bring it on the day of the meetings. Chess sets can be stored in Mrs. Allison’s room, 382, for the day.
[email protected] 

The Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) – The Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) is open to all students: those who identify as LGBTQ, those who are figuring it out, and those who are straight allies.  The purpose of the GSA is: 1) to create a safe space for students of all sexual orientations and gender identities to meet with like-minded peers, and 2) to promote positive self-image, kindness, and healthy living for all students.  This club meets twice a month during Roundtable.
[email protected] 

Builders Club – The Builders Club is an organization that is committed to building up students into leaders in their community. We do a variety of service projects throughout the year and some opportunities may also arise to volunteer outside of school as well. Builder’s Club meets the second Wednesday of the month in room 220, 2:05-3:00p.m.
[email protected] 

School Council Association – SCA stands for Student Council Association.   As a member of SCA, students will participate in activities that will help the community. In the past we have participated in activities such as leading collections for Christmas mothers or soles for souls.  This year we will need to do things differently due to COVID, which means that meetings will be virtual and any activities that are planned will abide by all safety precautions.   We will continue to come up with activities and ideas to bring the Robious community together.
[email protected] 

Spanish Club – This club is open to any student who is currently taking Spanish or has in the past and are interested in participating in activities that are related to the Hispanic culture and the Spanish language. The club provides an opportunity to students of different grades and back grounds to meet, socialize and develop friendships. The plan is to promote awareness, appreciation and understanding of the Hispanic/Latino World.  Service club and fun activities, meets once a month.
[email protected] 


Raider Winter Guard – Winter guard (or indoor guard) is color guard that takes place during the winter months where a group of 5-30 people perform and interpret music through dance, flag, rifle, and/or, sabre in a time constraint of approx. 3:00 minutes on a tarp that covers a gymnasium floor. Performers also use props, costumes, and color to help portray the concept of their show to the audience and judges. The winter guard will learn and perform a different show each school year. The Robious Raider Winter Guard are the current silver medalists for the Atlantic Indoor Association – Middle School Division. 

Auditions will be held in mid-November and are open to any student in grades 6-8. Dance experience is a plus – but not required!

Email Mrs. Eaton with questions: [email protected]

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