Rosemary Middle School

October 2022

Rosemary Middle

LaTanya Brown Goodson - Principal

Sean Berry - Assistant Principal

Rhonda Britton - Instructional Coach


Rosemary Middle School will provide engaging, differentiated instruction and support to ensure all students succeed.


Students needs are the focus of all decisions.


Rosemary Middle School Staff will create a safe and nurturing environment where student’s academic, emotional and social development is a top priority.

Dear Cobra Families

Can you believe that it is October and we are almost finished with the first nine weeks?

The progress reports were sent home on September 15th. Please review your child’s progress. The first 9 weeks ends on October 18th. It will be here faster than we know it. Knowing that we are a team, please contact your child’s teacher regarding any questions or concerns. Report Cards will be mailed home on Oct. 25th.

Our Curriculum Night will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 4th. We hope that you will be able to obtain some useful information to support your child this school year. Parents/Guardians will have an opportunity to request a conference with teachers during Curriculum Night.

We have kicked off our school-wide fall fundraiser, Domino's Slice the Card and it will run until Oct. 11th. Proceeds from the sale will be used to provide incentives to the students throughout the school year.

Our Fall benchmark assessments have been completed for all students. Academic intervention/remediation services are held everyday during Cobra Time to assist students academically. During the month of October & November, teachers will be holding parent/teacher conferences to share the results and the goals with you as well as discuss current grades.

Find time to ask specific questions about your child’s school day. It is very typical to hear, “Nothing,” especially from a middle schooler when you ask what they did in school today. Trust me, there are no days when that would be the truth! Teachers have established routines with students and our Cobra Time has been established to allow teachers the opportunity to reteach standards, review necessary skills and to ensure students are caught up on assignments.

If you should have any questions in the future, please don't hesitate to contact your child's teacher(s) or any member of the administrative team.

LaTanya Goodson, Principal

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Our first SIC/PTO meeting will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2022 @ 5:00 pm. Parents, Guardians and community members are encouraged to attend to get first hand knowledge of the wonderful things going on.

Oct. 11th - 7th & 8th Grade Band Fall Concert @ 6:30 pm

Oct. 14th - No School for students

Oct. 18th - End of the 1st Nine Weeks

6th Grade Band Fall Concert @ 6:30 pm

Oct. 25th - Report Cards mailed home

RMS Electronic Device Policy

The use of cell phones and electronic devices are NOT permitted during the school day. Students at RMS are required to place their cell phone in their book bag upon arrival. Phones should be off between 7:30 am – 3:30 pm. The consequences for violation of this policy fall under the Level I consequences category of Behavioral Misconduct. Repeated Offenses of this policy will result in suspension from school.

Scholars are not allowed to use cell phones on campus for any purpose, including receiving calls, taking pictures or text messaging. If a parent desires that their child carry a phone for non-school time emergency purposes, the phone must be turned off and kept at the student’s own risk in his or her book bag. Any violations of this policy, including having the phone ring or emit any noise, will result in discipline.

First violation: Cell phone will be returned to student at the end of the day.

Second violation: Parent must pick up cell phone and the policy will be explained.

Third violation: The cell phone will be confiscated by the administration for thirty (30) days.

Fourth violation: The cell phone will be confiscated until the end of the semester.

The District, as well as the school, “assumes no liability for any loss of or damage to any electronic communications device.” If used improperly, these devices will be confiscated and given to an administrator. The school is not responsible for damage, loss, or theft of the devices. Students bringing these devices to school run the risk of having these items stolen. The administration at RMS will not make it a priority to investigate thefts of devices. Confiscated devices must be picked up by a parent.

RMS Spirit Week

Oct. 17th - Tacky Tourist Day

Oct. 18th - Tie Dye Day

Oct. 19th - Western Day

Oct. 20th - Cobra Spirit Day

Last home JV Football game

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