Reidsville Middle School
1903 South Park Drive
Reidsville, North Carolina 27320
Phone: (336) 342-4726
Fax: (336) 342-9434
RMS is located next to Reidsville High School
Instructional Hours: 8:25 am - 3:30 pm
Office Hours: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
*Students may be dropped off beginning at 7:55 am
RMS Bell Schedule
7:45a.m. Morning Arrival (no earlier, due to supervision)
8:10a.m. Students admitted to classrooms where breakfast will be served
8:25a.m. Tardy Bell
3:25p.m. Dismissal Bell
Grades Served: 6-8
Colors: Green and Gold
Principal: Erica Blackwell
Assistant Principal: Joyce Smith
Athletic Director: Mark Griffin
Counselor: Deborah Paylor
Counselor: Mironda Williams
Secretaries: Connie Slade (Office)
Bookkeeper: Ariel Owens
Data Manager: Crystal Hughes
NC School Report Card:
"To provide quality innovative and nurturing educational experiences, preparing students to be productive, accountable, successful citizens, and ready to pursue further educational & career opportunities."
"Proporcionar educación de calidad e innovadora, ampliar experiencias educativas, preparar a los estudiantes para ser ciudadanos productivos, responsables con éxito y listos para continuar sus oportunidades educativas y profesionales."
We believe that all children can learn, achieve, and succeed; therefore, we personalize instruction by incorporating a variety of methods to accommodate different learning styles.
We believe that students work best when they are actively engaged and take ownership of the learning process; therefore, we promote learning and creativity by responding to student interests and providing opportunities for students to make choices.
We believe that students should be prepared to work with others in ever-changing environments; therefore, we stress the ability to reason, to solve problems, and to use technology.
We believe understanding and appreciating diverse people and cultures is a valuable part of one's education; therefore, we nurture a respect for diversity through instructional practices and school activities.
We believe that each student should achieve at the highest level possible; therefore, we strive to provide a safe and orderly school environment.
We believe that a safe environment is necessary for an effective school; therefore, we try to instill trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship in our students.
We believe that each student should be valued for his or her uniqueness; therefore, we strive to instill within our students bonds of respect which extend to their students, staff and faculty.
We believe that the involvement of family is imperative to the educational process; therefore, we welcome and encourage parental involvement.
We believe that positive communication with the community is beneficial to our students; therefore, we strive to keep the community informed and involved in our school.
Creemos que todos los jovenes pueden aprender, alcanzar metas y superarse; por eso, nuestra ensenanza es personal al incorporar una variedad de metodos que benefician diferentes tipos de aprendizaje.
Creemos que nuestros alumnos desempenan mejor su trabajo si participan activamente y a que hagan del proceso de aprendizaje su mejor aliado; por eso, difundimos aprendizaje y creatividad al responder a los intereses de nuestros alumnos y al ofrecerles oportunidades para que tomen buenas decisiones.
Creemos que nuestros alumnos deben preparase para trabajar en circulos de constante cambio; por eso, enfatizamos la habilidad de rezonar, de resolver problemas y de implementar tecnologia.
Creemos que es importante para la educacion el apreciar y el entender los diferentes tipos de comunidades y culturas; por eso, adoptamos el respeto por la diversidad a traves de practicas de instruccion y de actividades escolares.
Creemos que cada estudiante debe progresar y alcanzar sus metas al maximo; por eso, nos esforzamos por crear un ambiante de motivacion y de reto para nuestros alumnos.
Creemos que un ambiente seguro es necesario para la efectividad de una escuela; por eso, nos esforzamos en ofrecer un ambiente seguro y ordenado.
Creemos que los alumnos deben demonstrar cualidades de caracter fuerte; por eso, tratamos de inculcar confianza, respeto, responsabilidad, justicia, cuidado y actos de buen ciudadano en nuestros estudiantes.
Creemos que cada estudiante debe ser valorado por ser unico; por eso, nos esforzamos en inculcar en nuestros alumnos lazos de respeto que se extiendan hacia otros alumnos demas miembros de esta escuela.
Creemos que la participacion de las familias es imperativa en el proceso educacional; por eso, propagamos la participacion de padres de familia y les damos la bienvenida en esta escuela.
Creemos que una comunicacion positiva con la comunidad es de buen beneficio para nuestros estudiantes; por eso, nos esforzamos en mantenar a nuestra comunidad propiamente informada y la invitamos a que participe en nuestras actividades.
Directions from Greensboro, NC:
Take US 29 N to Exit 154, NC 14 (Eden Exit) in Reidsville. Turn left and follow NC 14 N approximately 11 miles. Turn right onto E. Moore Street. Go 1/4 mile to the school on the left.
Directions from Martinsville, VA:
Take US 220 S to a left onto US 87 S in Ridgeway, VA. Continue for approximately 5 miles. Bear left onto US 14 S and continue approximately 3 miles. Turn left onto E. Moore Street. Go 1/4 mile to the school on the left.
Although 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 & Facilities
Reidsville Middle School is completely networked for access from a main file server in the media center. Our school offers two flexible computer labs. 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 voicemail are available for all personnel.
The school provides a full range of academic services including Exceptional Children Inclusion. Sixth and seventh grade students have three 90 minute blocks, 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 Instructional Coaches assists with curriculum mapping and learning strategies.
Special School Events
PTSO 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
Reidsville Middle School PTSO is made up of parents, teachers, and students who share the common goal of supporting the educational environment and all of its stakeholders. PTSO organizes and supports fundraisers and other school functions.
Parents, who are interested in serving as a PTSO officer for the 2019-2020 school year, should contact Reidsville Middle School @ 336.342.4726
Cost to Join: $5.00
President = TBD
Vice President = TBD
Secretary = TBD
Treasure = TBD
The General Assembly has finalized the budget and the Governor has signed it into law. As a part of the budget bill, the General Assembly has made some changes to the definition of a “Low Performing School” and has given some specific guidance and direction to these schools and districts. As defined in G.S. 115C-105.37: “The State Board of Education shall design and implement a procedure to identify low-performing schools on an annual basis. Low-performing schools are those that receive a school performance grade of D or F and a school growth score of "met expected growth" or "not met expected growth" as defined by G.S. 115C-83.15.”
The School Performance Grades are based on student achievement (80%) and growth (20%). The indicators and the proficiency standard or benchmark used for achievement include EOG assessments in Math, ELA and 8th Grade Science (Level 3 and above)
Reidsville Middle School received a school performance grade of D and a school growth status of “met expected growth” and as low performing schools, are required to develop an improvement plan that specifically addresses how the school will improve both the school performance grade and school growth score.
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