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  • Online Learning In anticipation of the season for inclement weather, Gordon County Schools would like to provide our families with an update on our use of online learning opportunities. 

    As part of our focus on continuous improvement, we have recently re-evaluated the district’s online learning plan for students and staff.  Utilizing feedback from teachers, administrators, and families, a revised plan has been developed for when and how online learning options will be utilized. 

    Please see the attached Parent Resource Newsletter or visit the “Parents” tab on our website at gcbe.org for complete information.  Below are the highlights of the new implementation plan:

    • Online learning will not be utilized for every day missed for inclement weather.  A district announcement will be made to inform parents and students when online learning will take place.
    • Students have been working in Schoology throughout the year in each of their classes and will continue to be instructed on how to utilize the Schoology system, including how to retrieve inclement weather assignments at home.
    • Technology support staff will be on hand to answer questions via email during online learning days.  Teachers will have scheduled online office hours for the purpose of providing assistance to students/families with specific assignments.
    • Students will have five (5) school days after returning to school to make-up online learning assignments.

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  • Parents: Check out the January 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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  • For Gordon County Schools' announcement on Vaping Conduct Violations, please visit gcbe.org/vaping.


     

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  • Order Your Yearbook 2019-2020 Yearbooks are now on sale! Don't forget about purchasing a tribute ad for your 8th grader as well! Yearbook prices are currently $40.00 and Tribute Ads start at $25.00. Prices will increase as the year progresses. Select the photo to purchase a yearbook or an ad.


     

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RBMS Headlines

  • 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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  • RBMS 2020 Spelling Bee Winner!

    Red Bud Middle School hosted its annual spelling bee on January 9, 2020. There were thirty-six participants! The winner of the spelling bee is seventh grader, Maleigha Cochran. Runner up was eighth grader, Kaden Stover. Red Bud Middle School students competed through ten rounds of spelling competition. We wish Maleigha luck at the district competition! Mrs. Rebekah Gilreath and Mrs. Karen Jones would like to thank Becky Burch for emceeing and Rachel Carter and Dwight Craig for judging.

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  • 7th Grade Students Extract DNA

    7th grade Honors Science students wrapped up their genetics unit by extracting DNA from raspberries. Students carefully destroyed the nuclear membrane and cell membrane of the raspberry cells, then added the DNA extraction buffer to separate out the DNA. They were shocked to see what the DNA from thousands of raspberry cells actually looked like!

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  • RBMS 7th Grade Escapes Math!

    7th grade math students recently participated in an “Escape Room” activity. While reviewing for a unit test over ratios, proportional reasoning, equations, tables, and graphs, students worked problems trying to crack the code ensuring their escape. It was a very engaging activity for students. Go Phoenix!

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  • Hands-On Plate Tectonics

    Before thanksgiving break, 6th grade students at RBMS completed a "Snack Tectonics" lab in science class! Students used graham crackers, fruit rollups, and frosting to demonstrate the different types of earth's tectonic plate boundaries and their motions. Afterward, students were able to eat their models! Projects involving food are always fun and educational!

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