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  • National History Day

    All students at Rutland Middle will be participating in The National History Day Competition.  You may choose to do an Exhibit, Performance, Documentary, Web Site or Historical Paper.  This is a mandatory project for all students at Rutland Middle School.

     Project Deadlines: 

    • Thursday, October 20 turn in parent/student signature strip  
    • Thursday, December 1turn in topic and type of project that you will complete 
    • Friday, January 13rough draft of historical paper, story board for documentary, web site, or exhibit, script for performance 
    • Thursday, January 26Projects due/Presentations - include bibliography and Process Paper  
    • TBDProject Registration due to Mrs. Nobles (school-wide), date based on due date to regional competition  

    The first three deadlines will equal a grade.  The final project is worth two grades.  Projects will be judged and your project may represent our school in the regional and/or state competitions.  You are strongly encouraged to refer to www.nhd.org for further details. Contact your child's Social Studies Teacher for specific questions or information about grade-level requirements.

     

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  • YEARBOOK ORDERING INFORMATION

    Please purchase the yearbook at http://www.balfour.com/georgia/macon/rutland-middle-school/ for $32.00 plus $5.00 for personalization. 

    Do you have an Amazing shot that you would like to have in the yearbook? Share with us. Use the public upload that can be accessed at images.balfour.com  or  http://sw.balfour.com/tops-services/publicupload/loginForm

     

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  • Technology Fair

    The Bibb County Technology Fair will be held on February 4, 2017 at Westside High School.

    Students interested in representing Rutland Middle should contact the Media Center and follow the link HERE for more information.

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  • RMS Dress Code 2016-2017

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  • Congratulations to our Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Connie McCain. Mrs. McCain teaches 8th Grade Social Studies.TOTY

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  • Attendance Policy Information

    Attendance Policy Highlights: 

    • After returning to school from an absence, students have three (3) days to present a written excuse. Failure to present an excuse will result in an unexcused absence.  The principal or designee will determine whether an absence is excused and may require supporting documentation.  Students shall be given a reasonable opportunity, not exceeding five (5) days, to make up work or tests which were missed because on an excused absence.  Failure to make up work will result in a grade of zero (0).
    • Students who have ten (10) or more unexcused absences will not be promoted to the next grade.

    Click the links below to download the COMPLETE Bibb County School District Attendance Policy.

     

    Attendance Policy

    Spanish Version of the Attendance Policy

     

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  • Needs Assessment Surveys for Professional Development (Parents and Community Partners)

    The Bibb County School District requests your input into the needs of the school in order to improve practices that are related to student achievement.  We ask that you take a few minutes to answer the questions on the survey link.  Your input is very important and will remain anonymous. 

    • Click here to complete the survey, if you have a child in a Bibb County public school.
    • Click here, if you are a community member/partner and do not currently have a child in a Bibb County public school. 

    Please complete the survey no later than Friday, January 27.  Thank you for your time!

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Welcome ! 
Today is Monday, January 16, 2017  
 
School Hours: 9:05 a.m. - 4:05 p.m.
 Office Hours:  8:35 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Dropoff Begins at 8:35 a.m.
Breakfast Starts at 8:35 a.m. 
 
  

 
 As part of the Georgia Standards, students should read at least 25 grade-level books or equivalents (approximately 1 million words) per year from a variety of sources. They should choose from fiction and nonfiction books, newspapers, magazines, textbooks, and other sources. Please encourage reading in your home.
 

 
Richard Key, Principal

6260 Skipper Road, 31216
(478) 779-4400 - Phone
(478) 779-4373 - Fax
 
Assistant Principals
 Mrs. Alfreda Mitchell
Mr. Eddie McCloud, Jr. 
 
 

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