What is the Ambassadors’ Club?

This organization is comprised of about 40 students from each grade level. The group emphasizes good citizenship, leadership, service to others, and civic responsibility. The students are led by Lori Bobki and meet once or twice a month on Friday after school. The group has raised awareness and funds for many charitable organizations.

Their first big project will be organizing a food drive for the Gardner Multi-Service Center in November. The Ambassadors also organized the annual Pennies for Patient’s fundraiser in January, which collects money for the national Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Other smaller projects the Ambassadors’ work on are helping with the Red Ribbon Week, working as elves at the Gardner Parks and Rec Santa’s Workshop, cleaning around the Trail Ridge campus, making cookies for teachers, sending Christmas Cards to U.S. soldiers overseas, making a holiday craft for local nursing homes, helping institute a zero bullying building, and distributing and hanging notes from the student body for 911.org.

If you think your student would be interested in joining this club, please have your student attend an information meeting on August 30th from 3:20 to 4:00 in the FACS classroom. 

TRMS Ambassadors’ Club

Agenda 2019-2020

**Meetings will be held on the 2nd Friday of each month from 3:20-4:00. Additional meetings on Thursdays and Fridays according to following schedule will be included. Students need to be picked up on the west side (bus-loop side) of the building at 4 PM.

August - Welcome – Information about the Club – Sign-up

8/30- Meeting (3:20-4:00) FACS Room - Introduction Meeting - Go Over Agenda

September – 9/11 Service Activity

9/13 - Meeting (3:20-4:00) FACS Room - Hang Community Service Paws from 9/11.org

October - Bullying Activity

10/11 - Meeting (3:20-4:00) FACS Room- Organize activities for Bullying Awareness Month

November - Food Drive

11/01 - Meeting (3:20-4:00) FACS Room- start advertising for food drive

11/08 - Meeting (3:20-4:00) FACS Room- collect and count food

11/15 - Meeting (3:20-4:00) FACS Room- collect and count food

11/22 - Meeting (3:20-TBA) Load all food in trucks to take to Food Panty

December - Holiday Craft

12/13 - Meeting (3:20-4:00) FACS Room- Make candy-cane reindeer for nursing homes

January - Pennies for Patients

1/10 - Meeting (3:20-4:00) FACS Room- make posters and discuss fund-raiser

1/17 - Meeting (3:20-4:00) FACS Room- collect and count money

1/24 - Meeting (3:20-4:00) FACS Room- collect and count money

1/31 - Meeting (3:20-4:00) FACS Room - Final day to collect and count money

February -TBA

2/21 – Meeting (3:20-4:00) FACS Room- Activity to be announced

March – Assessment Celebration

3/12 – Meeting (3:20-4:00) FACS Room - make cookies for teachers

April – Teacher Appreciation and Earth Day

4/10 - Meeting (3:20-4:00) FACS Room - make teacher gifts

4/22- Meeting (3:20-4:00) FACS Room & TRMS Grounds- clean grounds/campus

May - Leadership Celebration

5/08 - Meeting (3:20-4:00) FACS Room- Pizza Party and Awards

Questions – Lori Bobki - TRMS Sponsor and FACS Teacher

Room – F100

Email - bobkiL@usd231.com

Phone # - 856-3182


Lego Bots Team - Meets Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 3:30-4:30 in room A100

This team is made up of students that are 6th and 7th graders who are new to robotics. They were chosen at the end of the last school year based on an application process. These students will be participating in the FIRST Lego League robotics competition.


Metal Bots Team - Meets Monday and Wednesday mornings from 6:45-7:45

This team is made up of students who are 7th and 8th graders who are ready for more advanced robotics. They were chosen at the end of last school year based on an application process. These students will be participating in the FIRST Tech Challenge robotics competition.



Fellowship of Christian Students

  • Wednesday Mornings 7:30 - 8:00 AM in Mr. Smith's Room (A101)
  • Open for grades 5-8
  • We want to give students an opportunity to connect with students who have similar interests and beliefs, and model how to connect with and serve our community here at TRMS


Each year TRMS puts on a play performed by our 7th and 8th grade students. While preparing for their performance, students have an opportunity to connect with others emotionally and intellectually, learn ways in which to express themselves, and gain confidence by finding ways to overcome anxieties. In the weeks that lead up to the play, students work with their peers and the directing teachers each day after school to hone their skills, build relationships, and have a lot of fun! On the evening of the play, our performers are rewarded with an amazing performance earned through hard work and dedication.


Head Cheer Coach, Erin Nelson