GROWING SUCCESSFUL LEARNERS

Robert Brown Middle School

Brain Booster Packets

The Transportation Department will deliver Brain Booster Packets during the week of April 13th. All packets will be due during the month of May. Please look for school buses in your area.


Message to our Parents: Thank you for all you do! You all have truly made the transition process easy for our students and teachers. Together, we can continue to grow successful learners at RBMS! If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our helpline at (205) 315-3852 during the hours of 8:00AM - 3:00PM.


Message to our Students: WE MISS YOU! Continue to work hard on all of your assignments and stay safe!

Report Cards

All Report Cards were mailed to the address on file in INOW. If you have not received your child's Report Card, please contact Ms. Owens at sowens@greene.k12.al.us or Ms. Harris at bharris@greene.k12.al.us. We are more than happy and willing to email you an electronic copy.

A Message from the Principal

Hello Students,


I miss your "Good Morning" greetings, hugs throughout the day, and smiles as we pass each other in the hallways. I know that our time was cut short, but thank you for making this school year a great one. I truly look forward to next year! Please stay safe and know that Ms. Harris and I have you in our thoughts and prayers. Be sure to work on your packets and other assignments and make sure you do something positive each day. Always remember that the faculty and staff of RBMS loves you!

A Message from the Assistant Principal

Students and Parents of RBMS,


I miss all of you so much! You all truly made my first year at RBMS amazing! As soon as the doors open in August, I will be on the front steps to greet you with a big smile! Parents, thank you for entrusting us with your children and partnering with us to GROW the students of RBMS. Although this school year ended sooner than expected, know that we are still here for you every step of the way! Boys and girls continue to work hard and excel in all you do!


Love,

Ms. Harris

From the Counselor's Desk

Hello Students and Parents!


I hope everyone is practicing social distancing and staying healthy. Students, I miss you all so very much. I miss seeing your smiling faces daily. I think of you all often and pray for your continued health and safety.


Parents, you are your child’s primary support system. Please visit these websites for helpful tips on how you can help your children deal with our new normal. Parents and students, feel free to reach out if you have any questions or concerns. I am here for you.


Rosalyn Robinson

Professional School Counselor

(rrobinson01@greene.k12.al.us)


https://www.pbs.org/newshour/health/10-tips-for-talking-about-covid-19-with-your-kids

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/talking-with-children.html

A Message from our Librarian

With all the extra time you have please remember to READ! On the the library portion of the RBMS website you will find links to e-books you can read on your phone or computer. Remember also to visit the Alabama Virtual Library website for e-books, educational (fun) games, and lots more. Just put Alabama Virtual Library in your search box.

Stay safe!


Mrs. Armayor

KEEP CALM AND READ ON CHALLENGE

Reading is fundamental. Please visit the Alabama Virtual Library to read fun books or choose a book of your choice! Join us for our Reading Challenge during the month of April. Read as many books as you can and have an adult upload a picture of you on Facebook using the hashtag #keepcalmandreadonRBMS and we'll feature you on our weekly posts! READY, GET SET, GO!

THANK YOU TEACHERS!

Thank you for continuously working to GROW the students of RBMS. Because of teachers like you, our students will be prepared and ready for college and careers! Your hard work and dedication to our students does not go unnoticed. Thank you for posting assignments online, preparing packets, and going above and beyond each and every day!

A Few Words from our Teachers

To Mrs. Moody's RBMS Students

I want to start by saying that I miss you all soooooooo much! I pray that you all are enjoying your break and being safe during this time! To my 7th grade students, I look forward to seeing all of you next year...energetic and ready to work! To my 8th graders, I am deeply saddened by the fact that we won’t be able to celebrate all of your accomplishments with a graduation. However, I am sure that you all will move on and continue to make us proud!! I truly enjoyed this 2019-2020 school year, and look forward to the future!! I love you! Be safe! See you all soon!! Xoxo- Mrs. Moody

To Ms. Duncan's Class

Hello Diamonds:


No getting dressed; No bus to catch; No waiting in line; and No bells ringing! Instead, we get to work from home, at our own pace. Yes, in our P.J’s; Sitting in bed, In the recliner, On the carpet, At the kitchen table, or whatever we choose, with our breakfast, snack, or dinner right at our fingertips! How great is that!


Truly, thank you for working on your packs. And to the greatest parents in this world, thank you for making sure packs are being completed. Remember, my Dazzling Diamonds, continue to read, obey your parents, and practice COVID-19 safety tips. Wash hands often, Use gloves and masks, Wipe things down with clorox wipes or lysol spray, and Stay 6-8 feet apart. Please enforce social distance.


Love always,

Ms. Duncan

Ms. Starr's Special Message

Greetings Parents and Students,


I hope that you all are enjoying this time together, although the world is full of so much uncertainty. Over the last month, I hope that you have been keeping up with your studies and remaining engaged. We must make sure that we maintain our same level of excellence and expectation, although we are not together in the classroom right now. Make sure you continue to read, turn assignments in via Google Classroom if you are able, and do your best at all times. I am only an email away if you need any assistance. Although you all know how much I love a good book, I have recently started a fresh vegetable garden! I hope you all are also finding out what other things interest and bring you joy. Take care and keep in touch!


Ms. Starr

To Mrs. Allen's 6th Grade Students

6th Grade!


I miss you more than you will ever know. This year spent with you was amazing and I have learned so much from you guys. Remember that you are in control of who you are and remember whose you are. Whatever endeavor that you choose, BEGIN with the END in mind. I pray that you all stay safe and healthy and I can’t wait to see you go UPSTAIRS next year!


Love Always,

Mrs. Allen

A Message to Mrs. Howard's Class

I hope you are doing well. I miss each one of you. I miss the talks during dismissal. I miss how we laughed at each other’s mistakes. I miss how some of you would mark my “old folks” sayings. I miss and love how you would share your own snacks with each other. I miss my class! Take some time each day to work really hard on your assignments. Then, RELAX! Your flexible schedule is its own reward. As always, continue to stay safe, and I hope to see a happier and healthier YOU real soon.


Love,

Mrs. Howard

4th Grade

Mr. Williams' Message to the RBMS Choir Members

To my amazing vocal students,


I am finally missing you, LOL! I am positive y’all miss me just as much! It is unfortunate that we have not been able to enjoy the art of creating great music together. To my 7th graders, we have another shot at building a first-class Robert Brown Middle School choir! To my 8th graders, I am excited to see you begin your journey as freshmen, and continuing your musical journey in the Greene County High School choir. Make this a safe and productive summer! And… sing ALL DAY, EVERYDAY! It is medicine to the soul!


Mr. Williams

Coach Sullivan's Message to the Students at RBMS

I’m racing to get back to you all! My wife and I are praying for you all!!

To Ms. V. Bryant's 4th Grade Class

Hello my babies because that’s what you are to me. I miss you guys so much. Even though this is time off from school, please continue to practice those strategies we’ve discussed in class. I’m constantly checking IXL, Learning Farm, and getepic.com to see your progress. Also, remember your brain booster packages are due back next month. If any of you have forgotten your username or password, have your parents to contact me by phone or email. They all should have my number. I love you guys and I’m constantly praying for your safety. Enjoy your time off and have fun! Lastly, let me end with our morning routine: Good morning class; I hope everybody had a great afternoon on yesterday. I hope you had a chance to go to some of the places you wanted to go; I hope you had a chance to do some of the things you wanted to do, if they were great places to go and great things to do. Okay, we’re going to get our day started by telling me what’s on your mind. I️ Love You!


Ms. V. Bryant

A Message to Ms. Gray's Students


Dear Students,


No Cap I miss you all so so much! My career choice has become so much more LIT because of YOU! Always remember to be proud of your own accomplishments because I AM PROUD OF YOU! Despite of, fill your days with laughter and smiles. There will NEVER be another you PERIOD! I appreciate every last one of you & will hold dearly to our first year memories! Stay Safe!


Love Always,


Ms. Gray

A Message from Ms. Tinker to her Fantastic 5th Graders

Remember you are Wonderful, Wise, and Loved, no matter what is going on around you because you know I’ve told you that from the beginning. Believe that you can, and you will! Trust in your first guess and leave it. Take a Minute and Breath (TAM Time)! Stay Safe, Be Careful, Don’t Worry, We’re in This Together!


Love,

Ms. Tinker

RBMS 5th Grade Class

EVERYONE CAN BE HAPPY! IT'S INSIDE OF US! BE KIND, SMILE, AND LIGHT UP SOMEONE ELSE'S WORLD!

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