Welcome to Reeds Brook Middle School
A supportive learning community, challenges all students to achieve individual success
Coming Up Soon
• Sept 19 Arrgh! It's International Talk Like
a Pirate Day!
• Sept. 22 - 26 Scholastic Book Fair
• Sept. 23 RBABC Meeting - 6:30 - Library
• Sept 26 Early Dismissal @ 11:20 a.m.
• Sept. 30 RBMS Grades 7 & 8 Open House
• Oct 7 School Portrait Day
Fall Fundraiser Opportunity is Now!
Our Fall fundraiser continues!! This is our first weekend to begin toward our goal of $10,000. If every student sold one $10 item, we would be 1/3 of our way there!
Funds raised are used for a number of student activities, including field trips, guest speakers and presenters, athletic assistance, and more.
Please ask your child to review the packet and sales flyers with you. There are many gift items available and the holidays are just around the corner! We encourage students to sell only to family and friends - NO DOOR TO DOOR!
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Snack Shack Request
School is back in session and that means fall sports and snack shack. The Shack sells food and beverages for spectators and athletes during games throughout the fall months. The Snack Shack is run by parent volunteers and depends on donations for the beverages and snacks that are sold. Donations for the Shack can be dropped off right at Reeds Brook Middle School.
If you have donations,want to volunteer, or just need more information please feel free to contact Mrs. Sue Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org or text 650-6117
RBABC General MeetingReeds Brook Athletic Boosters Club (RBABC) will be holding it's first General Meeting of 2014-15 on Tuesday, September 23, 2014. The meeting will begin at 6:30 pm in the RB library.
The RBABC sponsors various events throughout the school year to provide funding for athletic programs no longer supported by budget monies. If you're looking for a volunteer opportunity or just want to become more involved, please consider joining this group of enthusiastic parents - it's a good cause and a good time!
School Year Office Hours:
Reeds Brook Office Open: 7:00 a.m-2:30 p.m. daily
Cancellations due to inclement weather can happen with little warning. Please remember when school is not in session due to weather Adult Education classes will not be held.
It's Book Fair TimeJust a reminder for all parents and guardians, if your child is ill or has an appointment and will be coming into school late, please remember to give us a call at 862-3540.
The cooler nights and crisp autumn air can only mean one thing - it's time for Book Fair! The Fall Book Fair Event at Reeds Brook takes place September 22nd through September 26. Come on in and peruse the displays in the library. Book fairs offer many non-book items, posters, pencils, colorful art supplies and much more. Buy for yourself or for gift giving. You can even order on-line at
Sick Child or an Appointment?
Snack Cart Returns
Reeds Brook Snack Cart has returned for students who are staying after for sports or academics. This is an opportunity for those students staying "after hours" to have a nutritious snack. There must be money in your Nutrikids account in order to make a purchase.There will be a variety of snacks and beverages for sale.
RSU 22 Community Forums Fall 2014You are invited to a K-12 educational forum 7:00-8:00 pm - located at Reeds Brook Middle School ~ October 21, 2014 or
7:00-8:00 pm - located at Wagner Middle School ~ October 28, 2014
1. To discuss reasoning for potentially extending the school day during the 2015-2016 year
2. To provide an update of our proficiency based system progress
Light refreshments and childcare will be provided.
Show Choir and Jazz Band
We encourage students in all grades to come to the music room during the music/study hall block to sign up for chorus. Mrs. Mallory will be reviewing what they can expect this year (all the fun music we'll do) and we will need to get their schedules set. Friday we will ask the same for band students. It is important that students know that in order to be in show choir, they need to be in chorus and they need to be in band if they want to be in jazz band.