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Citizenship at R-P Middle School
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The academic and social habits developed during Middle School lay a foundation for personal and academic growth for years to come. In many ways, the lessons learned during these important years mold our “attitudes” for years to come. We expect students to work hard and display “grit,” to be good citizens and live and work in harmony with others; we feel that educating students in responsible citizenship is part of our responsibility to the community - part of Reaching Higher.
To focus on citizenship, R-P Middle School is committed to raising awareness of “Respect” – “Time Management” and “Attendance” in a citizenship score for your student in addition to grades and attendance as a part of our communication about their performance in the classroom.
The above rubric will provide insights into citizenship for each class your student has, and will be reported beginning with this 1st Marking Period Grade report at R-P Middle School.
100 Mile Club
Reeths-Puffer Middle School houses more than 600 seventh and eighth grade students
Programs/Resources available at the Middle School include:
Spanish (For High School Credit)
Biology (For High School Credit)
Accellerated Math (For High School Algebra Credit)
Kiln for Art
Math Double Block
Eighth Grade Earth Science
The Middle School offers many opportunities for students to get involved. Counseling-sponsored groups include:
Rainbow Unicorn Group
Calling All Colors
Girls on the Run
Endurance and Adventure
Co-curricular and extra-curricular opportunities include:
First Bell - 7:38 a.m.
Instruction begins at 7:43 a.m.
Students depart at 2:38 p.m.
Dismissal on a half day is at 10:50 a.m.
2014-2015 Student Handbook