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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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  • 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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  • Kroger Community Rewards

    Help RBMS earn funds at NO ADDITIONAL COST TO YOU!

    1)  Visit www.kroger.com/communityrewards

    2) Create an account or sign-in.

    3)  Link your Kroger Shopping Card to RBMS by searching for our school OR entering our NPO # TD689.

    Anytime you shop or buy fuel & use your Kroger card, we earn money at no additional cost to you.  Kroger will make a donation to our school based on a percentage of purchases made.

    Please feel free to share this information with your friends and family.

    Thank you so much for supporting our students!

    Note: If you have signed up before, the website states that participants must re-enroll each year.  You can check your account at the website provided to verify your account's status.


     

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  • We need your pictures to help make our yearbook great! If you have school associated pictures that you think might be great for our yearbook, please send them to us! We need first day of school photos, breakfast, sports, anything! VAL parents, we need your photos too! We can't go to your house, so send your online learning photos to us! Scan the QR code or visit HJ eShare to upload pictures.  Contact briannewhite@gcbe.org for questions.
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RBMS Headlines

  • RBMS Young GA Author Winners

    Red Bud Middle would like to congratulate our grade level Young GA Author Winners: 6th Grade: Carden Sampson 7th Grade: Morgan Guyton 8th Grade: Ema Beckham, a three time YGA winner! Congratulations to these students for Reaching Beyond and Being Motivated for Success! Good luck at the district level YGA competition! Photo L-R: Morgan Guyton, Ema Beckman, Carden Sampson

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  • RBMS Reaching Beyond Award Recipients

    Red Bud Middle recently recognized students for the Reaching Beyond Award for 2nd 9-weeks. These students were chosen by their teachers for consistently reaching beyond expectations. For more pictures and student names, click the link above.

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  • Staff and Teacher of the Month

    Congratulations to Nurse Kristi Langham and Ms. Gwin Culberson! These fine ladies are Red Bud Middle School's Faculty and Staff of the Month! We appreciate these ladies in all that they do for the students at Red Bud! Thank you!

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  • RBMS Ag. Students Dissect Eggs

    Students in the Ag classes recently did a chicken egg dissection lab! They had to identify the different structures in the egg and shell and separate them. They were really “EGGcited” for the lab today!

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  • RBMS Recognizes REACH Scholars

    REACH Georgia Scholars from Red Bud Middle School, Eric Carpenter and Mackenzlee Roach, recently signed their pledges to complete the state-wide scholarship program, which would entitle them to $10,000 in college scholarship funds upon graduation of high school. Mrs. Amy Stewart, principal at RBMS, addressed the scholars and their families with the following message to the students, "Eric…Mackenzlee… You were nominated for the scholarship by teachers at Red Bud Middle because they strongly feel you meet one of the most important criteria referred to as 'academically promising' – which basically means they think you have a LOT of potential. You have qualities that lead us to believe you are an achiever…that, through effort and persistence, you will be dedicated to earning a college degree or certificate. And, parents – thank you for your role in raising such remarkable children! You can be very proud of Eric & Mackenzlee." REACH Georgia is more than just a scholarship. It is a multi-step approach designed to fully support students and increase their chances for success in the following ways: • Financial support - $2500 per year for up to 4 years. • Student Commitment: REACH Scholars agree to maintain a 2.5 HOPE GPA, remain crime, drug, and behavior issue free, and meet with a volunteer mentor and academic coach until graduation. • Guardian Commitment: Along with their Scholar, REACH guardians agree to support and encourage their student to develop positive relationships with teachers, mentors, counselors, & academic coaches, attend REACH sponsored meetings, and continually communicate with school personnel to ensure their student is on the path to high school graduation. • Mentor Commitment: REACH Scholars will be paired with a caring adult mentor trained to monitor and support the student. • Academic Coach Commitment: Each Scholar will also be paired with an academic coach who will monitor the student’s behavior, grades, and weekly attendance to ensur

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