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  • RBMS Inducts new Jr. Beta Members

    On April 1, 2021, Red Bud Middle School inducted current 7th grade students into the National Junior Beta Club. Qualifications for induction include good scholarship (90+ average in core classes), character, and service to the community. We are so proud of these students and the example they set at RBMS. Please see attached pictures and links for a list of students inductees, pictures of the students, and the link to the ceremony.

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  • Edible Science is Fun!

    6th grade science classes at RBMS recently completed an ocean floor lab! Students got to create the ocean floor using pudding, cookies, candy, and seaweed! They labeled their ocean floor and submitted a picture to Schoology! It was a yummy learning experience for all!

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  • RBMS Teacher and Staff of the Month

    Congratulations to Mrs. Brianne White and Mrs. Heather Jarvis on being named RBMS Teacher and Staff member of the month. Both ladies go above and beyond each day! Thank you for all you do to make our school a better place.

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  • RBMS Young GA Author System Winners

    Red Bud Middle School is proud to announce that Carden Sampson and Morgan Guyton are our grade-level Gordon County School System winners of the Young Georgia Authors Competition! These exceptional students and their writing entries will continue on to compete in the NWGA RESA District competition. 6th Grade: Carden Sampson with “The World Wide Pandemic “ 7th Grade: Morgan Guyton with “The Voyagers” Your RBMS family is so proud of you!

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  • 6th Grade Shakes it up with an Earthquake Lab

    6th grade science classes at RBMS recently completed an earthquake lab. Students created a structure that would withstand a teacher made earthquake either on a shake table or jello foundation. Students used different materials to create their structure with varying materials. Creative juices were flowing and some great, earthquake proof structures were created.

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  • 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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  • RBMS Jr. Beta Club Induction

    Click the link above to view the Junior Beta Club Induction ceremony that was hosted November 19, 2020 at RBMS. Congratulations to all of these students on this great accomplishment.

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  • Science Rocks at RBMS!

    Recently 6th grade Science students conducted a lab to model the rock cycle with Laffy Taffy. Students cut 3 different colors of the taffy into tiny pieces (sediment) and gently pressed them together (modeling sedimentary rock) then warmed it in their hands and pressed it firmly between waxed paper (metamorphic rock). Students then heated it in the microwave for a few seconds to make it melt (modeling magma) and let it cool (into an igneous rock). The students took photos along the way and then created a diagram of the rock cycle. Many enjoyed eating their “rocks” when they were all finished.

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  • RBMS 6th Grade Science Studies Fossils

    6th grade science students at RBMS have been studying fossils. They recently had a chance to make their own fossils using various objects and dough. Students picked an item to put between 2 layers of playdough. This simulated an object being caught between layers of rock. After the dough is dried, students will attempt to open their fossil creation much like a scientist unearthing a fossil.

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  • FFA Creed Speaking Winner--Colee Moore

    On Tuesday, 8th grader Colee Moore competed in the FFA Creed Speaking Contest at the area level and placed 1st, which earns her a spot in the region contest! For this contest, Colee had to recite all 5 paragraphs of the FFA Creed in front of a panel of judges and answer questions about the FFA Creed and the agriculture industry. She competed against students in 6th-9th grade. This is one of the most competitive contests, since there are only so many ways someone can recite the Creed and usually every chapter has a Creed speaker competing! I am very proud of her for stepping out of her comfort zone and trusting me. The region Creed Speaking contest will take place on December 7th, so keep your fingers crossed! If she wins the region contest, she will move on to the state contest and then possibly the national contest next October!

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  • RBMS Veterans Day Parade

    Due to COVID visitor restrictions, Red Bud Middle School hosted its inaugural Veteran's Day parade in place of our normal breakfast. Participating veterans drove in a parade through the school campus as all faculty, staff, and students cheered and waved flags in their honor. Although this plan was formed due to COVID, RBMS feels this is a positive change in the way we celebrate Veterans Day. The entire school was able to be involved and veterans felt celebrated and honored by the large cheering and patriotism. Student Council members also put together treat bags and distributed to each veteran who participated in today's parade. Treat bags included candy, handwritten thank you notes, and a coupon for a free Chick-Fil-A sandwich courtesy of the local owner/operator, Mr. Jonathan Purser. Thank you to our own RBMS veteran, Mr. Jonathan Fuller, and the RBMS Student Council, for organizing and executing the parade. Today was a success because of their hard work and planning.

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  • RBMS Faculty and Staff of the Month

    Congratulations to Mrs. Pat Hensley, 7th grade ELA teacher, and Mr. David Long, custodian, for being chosen by their peers as Teacher and Staff Member Of the Month for the month of October. They are both true embodiments of our school motto "Reaching Beyond and Motivating for Success".

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  • RBMS Spelling Bee Winners

    Red Bud Middle School conducted their 2020- 2021 Spelling Bee on November 5, 2020. Out of 36 classroom winners, the RBMS school winner was 8the grader, Aundreay Hamilton. Aundreay will represent RBMS in the district bee later this school year. Runner-up was sixth grader, Gary Shamblin. Congrats to all our students who participated!!!

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  • Fun with the Rock Cycle

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  • 6th Science Runs in Rock Relay

    6th grade science classes recently completed a weathering, erosion, and deposition relay using Legos! Students demonstrated each stage by breaking down a Lego structure, moving it to another location, and rebuilding. Students had a blast while learning!

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  • 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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