Principal: Patrick McNichols
Roxboro Middle School Families and Friends:
Thank you for visiting Roxboro Middle School’s website. The students, faculty, and staff are excited about the progress we have made over the past year in developing a strong academic and extra-curricular program. We look forward to continuing to build on that success during the 2013-2014 school year. Some examples of our accomplishments are:
- Roxboro Middle School attained the rating of Effective from the state of Ohio this past school year and posted our highest performance index rating ever.
- Our students qualified to compete at the State level in Science Olympiad, Model UN, and the Power of the Pen competitions bringing home several trophies/medals.
- The RMS vocal and instrumental students won 6 awards at the Cedar Point music competition and had numerous students achieve the superior rating at the solo and ensemble competition.
- The top writer for the Maltz Museum’s Stop the Hate writing competition was an 8th grade student who bested hundreds of area middle school students to win the recognition.
- Athletically we placed in the top three in our conference for football, boys basketball and wrestling.
- Our students raised thousands of dollars to support local, national and international charities while also completing several local community service projects.
- Our student performance of Seussical the Musical was well received, and we had several authors come in to speak to students about the process of writing novels.
- Our students learned about mummies at the science museum, ancient Greece and Rome at the art museum, watersheds on a three day over-night trip to the Cuyahoga Valley, and early American history on a three day over-night trip to Virgina and Washington DC.
We will continue to work to improve our instructional program by focusing on the development of a global perspective for our students through the implementation of the IB Middle Years Program. You can learn more about the IB Program by clicking here!
As my travels to Europe and China have taught me, through the growth of technology resources, the world is growing smaller. Children all over the world are learning to speak English so they can compete in the global economy. We have a responsibility to ensure that all of our students learn not only a second language but also the skills they will need to be leaders in the new world economy. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call the school at 371-7440 or contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how we are working to provide your student with a world-class education.
Mr. Mc Nichols