Owl Pride

Volume 1 Issue 8 October 19th, 2020

Choose to be GREAT Focus of the Week- Respectful

This week we are focusing on the R in GREAT, respectful. Being respectful is a big part of who we are at Reagan County Middle School. Please look at the Principal's Page to see how we can promote respectfulness!

This week in sports

The Reagan County Middle School Cross Country team traveled to Crane Wednesday October 14 to participate in the District 5-3A Meet. The 7th grade girls were led by MaryAnna Aguilar 3rd place overall with a time of 15:43, Kamryn Gunnels 7th place overall with a 17:06, Morgan Dodd 19th 19:46, Magally Deleon 21st 21:25 and Addison Williams 26th 27:51. The eighth grade girls were paced by Makayla Rodriguez 12th place finish with a time of 16:52, Addison Hallmark 14th place finish with a time of 17:20 and Kimberly Gonzales 26th 19:20. The 8th grade boys were led by Bryan Jaramillo 13th place finish with a time of 16:09, Diego Lopez 14th 16:10, Isaac Zorazvo 23 18:39 and Ayden Olivera 27th 24:26. Congratulations to all of our Middle School runners on a great season.

Coming Up...

Volleyball Schedule


Football Schedule


  • October 19th- Volleyball @ Compass

  • October 21st- Picture Day

  • October 22nd- Pep Rally Schedule

  • October 22nd- Football vs Coahoma

  • October 22nd- Owl Pride during lunch/Enrichment

  • October 23rd- End of 3 weeks grading period

Breakfast/Lunch Menu

Principal's Page

At Reagan County Middle School, we are all about making sure our school is full of great people! This requires that our students are respectful! Here are some ways we can make sure we are being respectful. I hope you will reinforce these at home!
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Counselor's Corner

We all want our children to be successful in school. Here are some ways you can help as a parent:

1. Stay involved and feel free to contact your child's teacher with any questions or concerns.

2. Ask your children about school and encourage them to talk about their day.

3. Speak positively about your child's education, teachers, and school.

4. Read with your child each night.

5. Make sure your child is getting plenty of sleep.

6. Help your child with his/her homework every night.

7. Teach your children to be responsible for their actions and their schoolwork.

8. Create a consistent after-school routine.


As always, please let me know if there is anything I can do. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your child's education.


Phone: (325) 884-3728 ext. 422

Email: shelbie.mckay@rcisd.net

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