Raising achievement RSM Vision: To increase student achievment
Setting standards by implementing a rigorous and
Motivating excellence engaging curriculum.
Empowering each other
Striving for success
Parent Portal ... If you would like to have online access to your child's grades, please talk with Mrs. Workman in the office. You will need to bring your i.d.
PREPARE FOR FAMILY EMERGENCIES WITH SMART911 - We are fortunate in Aiken County to have access to a free service called SMART911. The service allows families to register their homes and occupants for the purpose of providing law enforcement and first responders with immediate access to life-saving information in the event of a call for help to 911. During an actual emergency, first responders will have this vital information relayed to them before they arrive. Signing up is fast, easy, and free! Click HERE to view the SMART911 flyer for some great safety tips for students, or visit online at www.smart911.com for more information.
RS-M Elementary will be participating in the No Soda November Challenge. Unfortunately, childhood and teen obesity rates continue to rise and recently reached an all-time high. The American Heart Association is working each day to ensure all Americans live a long healthy life. Sugary drink consumption continues to be one of the leading causes of adult and childhood obesity. We encourage our faculty, staff, students, families, and community members to give up soda, during the month of November.
2018 SCORES: Class of 2018 Surpasses 2017 Scores on SAT College Readiness Assessment While also Outperforming State, National Graduates
Year-over-year performance increased in all subject areas.
Paul Knox Middle Using Consistent Messaging, Restorative Framework to Reduce Referrals and Build School Culture
School morale has increased as discipline referrals have decreased.
2018 SCORES: Class of 2018 Graduates Outperform State Graduates in Nearly all Subject Areas in Most Recent ACT Assessment
The Class of 2018 outperformed state graduates in math, reading and science.
Nearly 80% of juniors passed the first state assessment to measure important soft skills for the workplace.