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From Ms. Findley, Please Watch

Mrs. Findley emailed RTMS administrators last night, approximately two hours after Governor Kemp announced the closure of Georgia schools for the remainder of this school year. Please take a moment to watch the video in the link above; I think she speaks for all of us here at Red Top. Dr. Wes Dickey
Miss You

Miners with Character!

Congratulations to the Red Top Middle School "Miners with Character" of the month winners. The March Character word was "Individuality". 6th grade - Brianna Carver, Conner Miller, Logan Van Pelt, Daniela Ramos. 7th grade - Gio Aguilar, Abby Dunton, Joshua Moncus, Vianney Silva. 8th grade - Christine Belotserkovsky, LeaNora Brown, Kaleb Hyde, Michael Johnson, Madelyn Van Stijn. Educator - Ms. Walters. Employee - Julie Hill

State Approved Meals for Pick-Up & Delivery!

We are excited to announce that meal service pick-up and delivery will continue through April 24, 2020 (except for the week of Spring Break). If you are currently receiving meals, you DO NOT have to sign up again. If you have not signed up and wish to do so, please email your request to; it will be checked daily to ensure everyone is added.
Food Bus

Prevent the Spread of Sickness

MINERs, We wanted to give some details and share with you a GREAT video on the best way to wash your hands (clink on the link above). The best way to avoid getting sick: • Wash your hands often with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands. • Avoid close contact with people who are sick. • Stay home when you are sick. • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
Washing hands


Students can meet with their teachers for additional help and support in their classes from 7:30 am to 8:15 am, prior to homeroom. Refer to the picture for designated subjects and days.
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Facts & Numbers

  • 89.2% Graduation Rate
  • 39% Honor graduates
  • 46% of students attend post-secondary in Georgia
  • 19 Advanced Placement courses offered
  • 2,251 College credit hours earned
  • 28 CTAE pathways offered