Cell phone use is not allowed until after students attend the Cell Phone Policy instructions during CUBS Academy!!
Cell phones should NOT be visible or phones will be confiscated by teacher/administration!!
We are finally getting some cooler weather, which makes many of you happy! With that, we are also approaching flu season which probably does not make you happy! Below you will find helpful links for parents provided by the Center for Disease from the LDE's Early Childhood Newsletter.
Child care providers are encouraged to begin implementing preventative measures to prepare for flu season. Licensed child care centers are required to make information concerning the influenza immunization available to each child's parent or legal guardian to assist parents in taking precautionary actions.
The Center for Disease control has provided several online resources that can be printed and distributed to families:
Take-In Time - 6:55am
Dismissal Time - 2:25pm
(students are NOT allowed on campus BEFORE 6:55am)
Lafourche Early Childhood Network (Pre-K)
Enrollment Campaign 2017-2018
Monthly News Letters
Federal Programs and Parental Involvement
Federal Programs School Support
TAP Master Teacher
TAP Mentor Teachers
Staff Development activities for teachers and paraprofessionals
Before/After school tutoring
Reach-in or Pull-out services for students in need
Materials of instruction and educational equipment
Resources: school supplies, fees, student uniforms,
Tutoring and Summer Programs
Tutoring for eligible migrant students
Supplemental Instructional Materials
Neglected and Delinquent Program
Instructional support to students at JJC
English as a Second Language
Materials for instruction of ESL students
Professional Development for teachers of ESL students
Online support for ESL students
Tutoring and educational materials
Title 1 Parental Involvement
Title 1 Teacher/Student Compacts
2017-2018 Football Schedule
August 13-RMS vs EJHS Rescheduled to August 22 @ 6pm
Mission & Vision Statement
"Our mission is to provide a rigorous education to diverse learners in a supportive environment in order to cultivate productive, lifelong learners."
The school community of RMS is committed to providing a dynamic educational program responsive to the needs of the adolescent student. Faculty and staff will encourage students to be successful by maintaining a positive attitude providing differentiated lessons, and communicating student progress to motivate students to achieve high academic standards. Students will accept responsibility for their education by remaining motivated in their learning and producing high-quality work which will guide them to become lifelong learners. Parents will be an active, positive, and supportive participant in their child's educational experience.
Raceland Middle School's Vision is to be an "A" school by focusing on content standards and maintaining a positive climate.
Grade Level School Supplies
To Report Child Abuse and Neglect/Parent Resource Center
To report child abuse and neglect, call the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) child protection hotline at
1-855-4LA-KIDS (1-855-452-5437) toll free 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Parent Resource Center available at school and is located in Guidance.