Next week!
7 days ago, Sarah Stalls
Flu Shot Clinic
.From the National Weather Service AREAS OF DENSE FOG ACROSS EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA THIS MORNING...Areas of fog as developed across Eastern North Carolina this morning reducing visibilities to one half mile or less at times. Motorists should remain alert for a rapidly changing visibilities over short distances. When encountering the dense fog, slow down, use low beam headlights, and leave plenty of braking distance between you and the vehicle ahead. Visibilities are expected to improve between 8 and 9 AM as the fog begins to lift and dissipate.
13 days ago, Martin County Schools
MCS Team Mark your calendars!
14 days ago, Sarah Stalls
Mark Your Calendars!
Our final stop on the Community Listening tour will be tomorrow night (Thursday, Oct. 14) at Riverside Middle School. We thank everyone who has come out to be a part of our initial strategic planning efforts and hope others will come out tomorrow night. See you at Riverside Middle School. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.
14 days ago, Sarah Stalls
RMS 10/14
8:15 am Phone and Internet service has been restored to MCS campuses and offices. Thank you for your patience.
16 days ago, Martin County Schools
7:30 am Monday Martin County Schools is currently experiencing phone and Internet outages throughout the district. Our Technology Team has been working on the issue since early this morning. We will update you when the issue has been resolved. Thank you for your patience.
16 days ago, Martin County Schools
Our next Community Listening Meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 7 at Riverside High School. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. and will be held in the Media Center. Everyone is welcome from all parts of the county.
about 2 months ago, Sarah Stalls
Busy day tomorrow (8/19). MCS Open House at all campuses from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. and the Back to School Bash in Robersonville. All students are welcome. Follow this link for details!
2 months ago, Sarah Stalls
Now a drive-thru event !
MCS Open House
COVID vaccinations - both second shots from the recent clinic and first shots - are available today at South Creek HS from 3pm - 7pm. Same availability tomorrow (8/17) at Riverside HS, also from 3pm - 7 pm.
2 months ago, Sarah Stalls
12 and older
Please note the upcoming meeting for parents interested in hearing more about the MCS AIG Program. There are two opportunities to attend and parents are welcome at either meeting.
3 months ago, Sarah Stalls
AIG Meeting
Due to ongoing construction on the South Creek High School campus, please use the school bus parking lot entrance to attend Thursday night's Community Listening Meeting which begins at 6:30 p.m. Thank You.
3 months ago, Sarah Stalls
Board Split on Mask Requirement WILLIAMSTON – The Martin County Board of Education decided in a 4-2 vote students and staff will start the 2021-2022 school year with a mask requirement. The motion was made by Gail Cargile that effective August 3, for MCS to follow CDC and North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) recommendations during the school day. Cargile’s motion included a decision on athletics would be made by Dr. David Fonseca, Superintendent; Clay Wagner, Director of Student Services and athletic directors in the school district. Barbara Council, Board Chair; Renee Purvis, Vice-Chair; Keisha Manson and Cargile voted in favor of the motion. Van Heath and Gene Scott voted against the motion after Heath’s motion for an optional mask requirement failed 2-4. Kenneth Harrell was absent from the meeting.
3 months ago, Sarah Stalls
Mask Requirement
We are working to gather as much Back to School information as we can in one spot for your convenience. Under the DISTRICT tab on our website, click BACK TO SCHOOL 2021-2022 for updates and announcements.
3 months ago, Sarah Stalls
Back to School 2021-2022
Important information regarding an opportunity for MCS athletes to get their required sports physicals for middle and high school athletics. **Special message for parents / guardians of Riverside Middle and Riverside High School athletes. Please visit this web address,, to update annual forms.
3 months ago, Sarah Stalls
Sports Physicals
Final Forms _ Riverside M/H
Click on the link below to register for the July 26 COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at South Creek Middle School.
3 months ago, Sarah Stalls
Due to the possible impacts of Hurricane Elsa on our area, Martin County Schools will not operate Summer School or the Summer Feeding Program on Thursday, July 8. Students and staff members working Summer School or the Summer Feeding Program should not report and no buses will run tomorrow. At this time, all other MCS staff currently working should report on a regular schedule. If that changes, we will update everyone. MCS Summer School and the Summer Feeding Program will resume on a regular schedule Friday, July 9. Please monitor local weather stations and exercise caution until this storm clears our area.
4 months ago, Sarah Stalls
Weather Alert
RMS Knights fill out this survey to choose electives for next year!
4 months ago, Misty Rushing
2020-2021 School Reopening Plan
over 1 year ago, Riverside Middle School
2020-2021 School Reopening Plan If you are currently in the 5th Grade at Jamesville or EJ Hayes you can sign up to be a part of the RMS Band next school year. Click on the link above for more information.
over 1 year ago, Sarah Willhite
Good evening Riverside Middle School Families. This is Sarah Willhite, your Assistant Principal, with an announcement regarding academic evaluations for student promotion and/or retention. It has come to the attention of district and school leadership that rumors regarding the promotion/passing of all students as a result of our remote learning process are currently being discussed within our school community. Today Mr. Howard and myself received notification from district leadership to correct this inaccurate assumption and clarify any other misunderstandings. It can not be assumed that students who were at risk academically at the time of our school closure will be promoted. It is important that students approach this learning process with the intent to do their very best. At present the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction has not approved nor recommended that grading be determined by a Pass/Fail, in the event that they do, schools will be required to provide evidence of student learning to support their decision. At risk students who are able to access materials (online and/or materials provided) and put forth very little effort to complete assignments, could detrimentally impact their likelihood for a passing grade. As part of your family we want your child to be successful during this difficult time. Students should do the very best they can under these circumstances. They should participate in the lessons and complete tasks assigned to them. Teachers will continue to provide feedback to students and this information will be used to determine how students will be evaluated at the end of this academic school year. Please help us by encouraging your child to maintain that growth mindset and continue to explore their learning during this remote learning process.
over 1 year ago, Sarah Willhite