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  • Family Night    Coat Drive

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  • wreath making class  Get into the holiday season by creating your own 12" evergreen wreath. There is nothing more beautiful than what nature offers us to decorate our homes. The class will be taught using pine, ribbon, and pinecones to create a lush & festive holiday wreath. All supplies, instruction, & refreshments are included and participants take home their wreath. Click the photo for more information.

     

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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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RBMS Headlines

  • RBMS Fired Up Food Drive Winner

    Congratulations to Mrs. Payne's 6th grade homeroom for collecting the most items for the annual Fired Up Food Drive sponsored by the Voluntary Action Center! The students in Mrs. Payne's homeroom will enjoy a pizza party as recognition for reaching beyond! Pictured left to right, Mrs. Amy Stewart, Principal, and Mrs. Kristi Payne.

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  • RBMS Staff of the Month

    Congratulations to our Red Bud Middle School teacher and staff of the month recipients! Pictured left to right is Mrs. Violet Lapikas, Mrs. Rosie Silvers, Mrs. Amy Stewart, Principal, Mrs. Kristen Matherly and Mrs. Jennifer Angel. These ladies were chosen by their peers for their hard work and dedication to our students for the months of September and October. Thank you for demonstrating what it means to Reach Beyond and Motivate for Success! Thank you to the Red Bud Middle Athletics and FBLA for sponsoring our Teacher and Staff of the month awards!

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  • RBMS Positive Person Award Winners

    Congratulations to the Red Bud Middle School Positive Person award winners! These students were nominated by their teachers for exemplifying a positive attitude and outlook directly affecting other students and the greater Red Bud Middle community. Way to go students! Students in no particular order are: Macee Clark,Yoselin Garcia, Ava Vincent, Kallie Clark, Hannah Bradley, Brandon Allen, Mallory Williams, Brooke Cole, Georgia Lupo, Pamela Aguilar, Abigail Kushmaul, Anna Smith, Miley Madden, Luke Fox, Jayme Morgan , Ashley Fountain, Brynleigh Harris, Lily Holton, Liam Scott, Eric Carpenter, Jasmine Richmond, Jovanna Sicairos, Danielle Heath, Brooklyn Clark, Kylie Hurd, Ansley Miller, Tyler Mcghee, Rayce Rich, Skyler Holland , Sela Murray, Abbie Knight, Anthony Miller, Tabitha Lloyd, Hunter Lutz , Shaelin Bailey, Rebecca Downer, Patrick Cooper, Eunice Perdoma, Jada Whitfield, Alyssa Caudle, Joy Reece, Valerie Rosas, Annie Betancourt, Emily Upchurch, Dawson Highfield, Maeli Nicholson

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  • 2019 REACH Scholars Named

    Students were honored at the 4th Annual REACH Georgia Scholars signing ceremony for Gordon County Schools on October 21. REACH Georgia is a mentoring and scholarship program providing promising students the support to graduate from high school and achieve postsecondary success. REACH scholars will be paired with a mentor who models positive behavior and provides the student with knowledge, advice, guidance and support related to education and beyond. Academic Coaches will help ensure scholars are on track to succeed through monitoring student progress, helping students develop education and career plans, and identifying academic and social supports. REACH Scholars who complete the requirements of the contract will be awarded a financial scholarship upon graduating from high school. The 2019 REACH Scholars are Ja’Sarah L. Gray---RBMS Katalynn S. Rexroad---RBMS Anthony F. Flores---RBMS Thomas F. Young---RBMS Perry L. Gammon III---AMS Ryan J. Tomer---AMS Pictured are (Front L-R): Scholar Anthony F. Flores; Scholar Katalynn S. Rexroad, Scholar Thomas F. Young, Scholar Ja’Sarah L. Gray, Superintendent Dr. Kimberly Fraker, Matt Barton State Representative​, Scholar Perry L. Gammon III and Scholar Ryan J. Tomer (Back L-R) Counselor David Weaver, Principal Amy Stewart, Graduation Coach Judy Craig, Student Services Director Mike Evelti, Graduation Coach Jamey Angland, Counselor Anna Stutts, and Principal Scott McClanahan.

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  • Red Ribbon Week Winners

    Congratulations to our Drugs Don’t Work Poster winners! Ava Hall placed 3rd, Zachary Hill placed 2nd and Isabelle Fantom was the 1st place winner. Isabelle was honored alongside other county winners at the Harris Art Center on October 21. Way to go Isabelle and all the other winners! Left to Right: Zachary Hill, Isabelle Fantom, Ava Hall, Mrs. Amy Stewart, RBMS Principal

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