REIDSVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL1903 South Park DriveReidsville, North Carolina 27320PHONE: (336) 342-4726FAX: (336) 342-9434Grades Served 6-8Mascot RaiderColors Green and GoldStudent Hours 8:30 am - 3:30 pmOffice Hours 7:30 am - 4:30 pmPrincipal Richard McGooganAssistant Principal Trina McCoyAthletic Director Mark GriffinSecretaries Connie Slade (Office)Office Manager Ariel OwensData Manager Patti PollReidsville Middle School is located in Rockingham County which is north of Guilford County, North Carolina and borders Virginia.RMS HistoryAlthough Reidsville Middle School has existed for many years as a school for sixth and seventh graders, the school did not become the institution that it is today until 1990. In that year, the school system added eighth grade to the middle school and moved to the building it now occupies. This structure had previously housed Reidsville Junior High School. Open to students in 1980, the school building has had major renovations that have taken place since May of 2004.Special Services and Facilities
Reidsville Middle School is completely networked for access from a main file server in the media center. Our school offers three flexible computer labs and one science lab. All of our regular core course classrooms are equipped with Activboards and projectors to maximize student learning. Many of these classes also use Lumens document cameras for presenting primary sources. Telephones and voice mail are available for all personnel.
The school provides a full range of academic services from Exceptional Children Inclusion to pre-International Baccalaureate and Honors programming. Sixth, seventh, and eighth graders have four 65 minute classes periods of instruction for core subject areas which meet all year. Students also enroll in two additional elective courses each semester for a total of four per year. RMS also incorporates an enrichment period that allows students to grow in their reading and math skills. The Curriculum Coach assists with curriculum mapping and learning strategies.
Special School EventsPTSO and the Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) Program provide rewards to students on a regular basis with prizes, socialization and special events. Band and chorus students travel to unique and fun places to perform and compete with other middle schools in North Carolina. Other students participate in academic competitions in the region.Number of Students 523Hispanic 19.12%African American 41.88%Caucasian 32.50%Multi-Racial 5.9%
Asian .2%American Indian .2%Native Hawaiin/Other Pac Islander .2%Prices for the 2016 - 2017 School Year
Breakfast: Lunch: Adults.....$3.75Individual Milk - $.75 centsRMS participates in USDA's Community Eligibility Provision which provides School Breakfast and Lunch to 100% of the students at no cost.