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  • Acceptable iPad accessories

    iPAD RETURN INFORMATION:  Student iPads, charging blocks & cables should be returned to the school according to the Curbside Return & Pickup Times listed below.  Papers and photos within the case should be removed.  The cost for a replacement cable is $13 and a charging block is $16.  Checks payable to RBMS or exact cash will be accepted.  Students may purchase a cable or block from an outside vendor but it MUST be an Apple product and the model used for an iPad (not phone), as shown in the photo.

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  • Yearbook
    Due to COVID-19 factory closures, there has been a nationwide delay in the production of yearbooks.  A date and time for families to pickup the RBMS yearbook will be announced as soon as they are delivered to the school.


     

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  • Find a Book Georgia
    Attention Parents:  Summer is a critical time for students to keep reading.  Compare it to an athlete practicing off season to avoid a decline in his/her skills. To learn more about how to help students find the right book, and for suggestions for how to motivate them to read, please refer to the “Summer Reading” flyer. Also, if you’d like to an excellent resource, visit the Gordon County Schools online book resources, Sora. If you’d like other resources or support, contact your child’s teacher or media specialist. https://soraapp.com/library/gordoncountyga

    Summer Reading Flyer


     

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  • Students: If you need counseling department services, please click on the photo link and complete the form. 
    Contact the Counselor


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RBMS Headlines

  • RBMS Students Explore the Respiratory System

    Red Bud Middle 7th grade science students are currently learning about the systems of the human body. For the respiratory system, students were slightly grossed out and extremely fascinated with seeing and touching a real pig trachea, diaphragm, and epiglottis. The big treat was seeing how the lungs actually inflate and deflate as we inhale and exhale.

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  • Calhoun-Gordon County Library Visits RBMS

    On Thursday, February 27, Chelsea Bennett, the Young Adult Coordinator for the Calhoun-Gordon County Library, visited RBMS students during their lunch times. Ms. Bennett eagerly shared information and encouraged students to consider joining the new Teen Advisory Guild. Students in the Advisory Guild will share input suggestions for library purchases, as well as, participate in fun activities. Thank you Ms. Bennett for taking time to encourage reading and for making students aware of activities available through our local public library!

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  • Associate Dean from the Medical College of Georgia Speaks at RBMS

    7th grade science students at RBMS were treated to a visit from Dr. Leonard Reeves, the Associate Dean for the Augusta University Medical College of Georgia, Northwest Clinical Campus. Dr. Reeves spoke about health, different diseases and health issues, the dangers of vaping, interesting facts about the different systems of the human body, and of courses answered a lot of medical questions. A big Thank You to Dr. Reeves for his willingness to take time out of his very busy schedule to visit our school and speak to our students!

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  • Maleigha Cochran Wins Spelling Bee!

    Congratulations to 7th grader, Maleigha Cochran, for winning the Gordon County Schools' District Spelling Bee. She will go on to represent Gordon County Schools in the next level of competition.

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  • LANGHAM NAMED GCS 2ND MILE AWARD WINNER

    Kristi Weaver Langham, school nurse at Red Bud Middle School, has been named the GCS 2nd Mile Award winner for the month of December. Kristi was nominated by a number of her coworkers at Red Bud Middle School, including her principal, Amy Stewart. "Nurse Kristi wholeheartedly serves more than 900 students at RBMS. She is diligent in her effort to keep students healthy while maximizing their school attendance,” said Stewart. In concluding her nomination, Mrs. Stewart added, "While her competence is unquestionable, it is the consistent nurturing and kindness exhibited that make Kristi truly special.” Nurse Langham was surprised with the award on Friday at Red Bud Middle School by Gordon County Schools' Superintendent, Dr. Kimberly Fraker, as students and staff members lined the hallway with congratulatory cheers. She will also be honored by the Board of Education at their monthly meeting on January 13.

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