Welcome to Ruleville Middle School!

RETURNING TO SCHOOL!

Hello parents/guardians:

By now should have completed a survey about returning to school in person or remaining virtual. Please be aware that in person class will start on Monday, April 12, 2021. If your child starts virtually, he/she must remain virtual for the remainder school year.

 

School Schedule:

Students must report to campus by 7:30 a.m. Any students after 8:00 a.m will be tardy. School hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

 

            Dress Code:

As you all know that students will be returning to campus, Monday, April 12, 2021. Many of you have called and asked about uniforms. If your child has uniforms, he/she can wear them. If they do not have uniforms, he/she can dress in regular clothes but must dress appropriate. NO open toed shoes, flip flops, legging or jeggings, slide ins, ripped jeans, jogging suits or sweat pants, head rags or do rags. ALL young men must wear a belt and pants pulled up.

 

            Safety:

We are excited about students returning to campus. We will continue to practice safety and social distancing. Students will wear a mask and every classroom has a sanitizer dispenser. The classrooms will be sanitized daily and after each period. 

 

*If you have any concerns, please feel free to call the school at 662-756-4698.

NEWS

School News


T-Mobile
T-Mobile 10 Million Project: Working To Connect Every Student

Helping ensure home internet access is not a barrier to a child’s education.

Wed May 12 11:49 AM

RMS - Returning to School
Returning to School

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Thu Apr 08 08:25 AM

District News


Board Meeting
Board Meeting Schedule

The SCCSD will have its Regular Board Meeting on July 14, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. at the Sunflower County Consolidated School District Central Office 196 N. Martin Luther King Dr. Indianola, MS 38751

Wed Jun 16 12:50 PM

Mississippi Department of Education
Letter on AAPI Harassment

The U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR) reminds schools of their obligation to investigate and address all forms of harassment in educational environments, including harassment directed toward Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students. This responsibility carries through the academic year and in summer school-sponsored activities. The new letter also provides resources to support schools in fulfilling this responsibility. Letter on AAPI Harassment

Wed May 26 01:31 PM

T-Mobile
T-Mobile 10 Million Project: Working To Connect Every Student

Helping ensure home internet access is not a barrier to a child’s education.

Wed May 12 11:49 AM

e-learning
Virtual Learning Information

e-learning

Wed Jan 13 12:29 PM

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