• Picture Make-up/Retake Day is this Wednesday, October 21. If you missed having your picture made or you simply did not like your photo, don't miss out on retake day! Remember, this is the picture that will go in the yearbook.Picture Day October 21


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  • pictures/RBMS Title I Virtual Annual Parent Meeting Invite Spanish 202.pngYou're invited! Please join us for our Virtual Title I Annual Parent Meeting. You can use the QR code or by clicking on this link:

    Title I Parent Meeting QR code  

    Title I Parent Meeting in Spanish







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  • How to get a library card
    Your child is already using the RBMS Sora/Overdrive platform on their ipad to access
    e-books at RBMS. But did you know that you can also link the Calhoun-Gordon County library through Sora as well? 

    • If the parent already has a library card, the student can sign up for their own card online and it will be linked to the parent's account.
    • If the parent does not have a library card, it is easy to sign up for one online, and then the student can sign up for one at the same time.

    By doing so, you may take advantage of their contactless curbside pickup and expand the
    e-book content to which your child has access. 


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  • Safe Place Logo
    Safe Place is a national organization for youth under the age of 18, that are experiencing homelessness or who may be in crisis. The program is designed to provide a young person who is homeless with immediate shelter, resources, and other basic needs. You can access the Safe Place program by walking into any of our Safe Place sites located within the community. You will know that it is a Safe Place site by the large diamond shaped logo that is black and yellow. Our school is a registered Safe Place site and the counselors are aware of the program. You can also access a Safe Place location by texting the word “Safe” to the number 44357 and put in your location to find the closest site near you. This texting feature will also allow you to interact with a licensed counselor if you are in crisis. This is a helpful tool to utilize if you were to need Safe Place outside of school hours. The goal of the Safe Place program is to ensure that all young people feel safe and are educated on resources that are available to them in their community.
    Safe Places


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  • How to create an effective newsletter?
    Parents: Check out this current month's issue of the Middle Years Newsletter. This newsletter is provided to busy parents and includes practical ideas that promote school success, parent involvement, and more effective parenting.


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RBMS Headlines

  • RBMS Reaching Beyond Award Recipients

    Red Bud Middle recently recognized students for the Reaching Beyond Award for 1st 9-weeks. These students were chosen by their teachers for consistently reaching beyond expectations. Skyra McClure, Addisyn Ryle, Nathaniel Mulkey, Keilon Spence, Alyssa Patterson, Anthony Miller, William Trosclair (not pictured), Kayden Poole, Lily Holton, Dawson Richards, Ember Hannigan, Samantha Hawkins, Glendi Roldan-Rodriguez, AJ Gugliotta, Emma Mullins, Ella Walraven, Carla Ramirez, Addison Scott, Makala Johns, Hannah Holt, Miley Silva, Emily Grace Walker, Hannah Johnson, Carden Sampson, Lilly Stone, Kaydence Mathews, Diego Castillo (not pictured), Ava Vincent, Sergio Perez-Frayre, Abby De La Cruz, Brianna Sims, Angela Rubio, Bailee Naff, Alex Reyes, Kylie Worley, Katie Ramirez, Mackenzlee Roach, Lizzy Gaston, Christopher Ortiz, Patrick Cooper, Camdyn Kuhlman, Karol Rosas, and Laynie Nix

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  • Former RBMS 8th Grader is Top 3 in the Nation

    Congratulations to former RBMS 8th grader, Kylie Hurd! Kylie is in the top 3 in the nation for her state winning Agriscience project. Kylie is a current SHS 9th grader, but she did this work in 8th grade. Kylie's experiment, which she designed, compared different dewormer delivery methods and their effects on internal parasite populations in cattle. She used injectable and pour-on Ivermectin dewormer and then did parasite egg counts to determine which method of delivery was more effective. For this contest, she had to do research, design and perform her experiment, collect data, write a scientific paper and go through an interview about her project, answering questions about her work and research. This is the 2nd time RBMS has had National FFA Agriscience Top 3 finalists! We find out the final results and the national winner on October 27th! Way to go Kylie!

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  • RBMS 6th Graders Participate in Cookie Erosion

    RBMS 6th grade science students recently completed a Cookie Erosion Lab to help them understand that different forces affect the erosion process in both different ways and at different rates.

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  • 6th Graders Participate in Erosion Activity

    6th grade students at RBMS recently completed a weathering lab using peppermints and jolly ranchers. Students experienced the different types of weathering on their candy and the results from both mechanical and chemical weathering. They also had a fun time eating their project as food labs are a favorite among students.

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  • 7th Graders Participate in Energy Loss Relay

    Red Bud Middle 7th grade students have been learning about energy flow through ecosystems. To demonstrate the flow of energy, students participated in a water relay race where they transferred energy (water) from organism to organism in a food chain and calculated energy loss at each level. It was a lot of fun, and the students enjoyed getting to have class outside.

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