Riverside Middle School
2920 US Highway 17 South
Williamston, NC 27892
Ron Byrd, Principal
Larry Hodgkins, Assistant Principal
Tonya Little, Martin County Schools STEM Coordinator

MASCOT: Knights
COLORS: Navy Blue and Silver

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The mission of Riverside Middle School's faculty and staff is to enhance the educational process for students, parents, teachers, and all community stakeholders.


Riverside Middle School Knights are strong, courageous, brave, honorable and respectful in our words and actions.

Riverside Middle School offers the student many academic opportunities not only within the school day, but also on competitive teams.  Math Counts and Battle of the Books are two of such teams.  Students can also excel in other areas such as art, music, sports and STEM.  Come and watch as the Knights compete in football, volleyball, soccer, basketball, softball, and baseball. 

RMS Daily Announcements
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WRMS News 5_31_2016.mp4


WRMS News 5_27_2016.mp4

Parents can check out the Standard Course of Study and Common Core standards at this website.  See what your child is studying at Riverside Middle School by clicking on the link below:

Electives Team PBL Public Product

Friday, April 8, 2016

RMS Earth Day Event

April 14, 2016
4:00pm - 6:00pm
A FREE Community/Family Event

Congratulations to RMS 8th graders Azion Hyman, Ashaunti Hyman, and Jennifer Navarette fotheir advancement to the North Carolina State Science and Engineering Fair (NCSEF). The students achieved 2nd Place in the Junior Biological Sciences division at the Northeast Regional Science and Engineering Fair held on February 20, 2016 on the campus of East Carolina University. Their project, "The Drug Effects of Sucrose and Caffeine on the Motility of Flatworms", will compete at the NCSEF on Saturday,  April 2, 2016, on the campus of Meredith College  in Raleigh, NC. The project was a result of the students' work in the Science Education Against Drug Abuse Partnership (SEADAP) a research partnership with Martin County Schools, East Carolina University (Greenville, NC) and Temple University (Philadelphia, Pa.).

Learn more about SEADAP in the STEM Announcements section in the Announcements tab.


RMS River Guardians Will Participate in Environmental Symposium

8th Grade PBL

Students from Riverside Middle School made blankets for the staff and members of Williamston Fire Rescue EMS to give to victims and patients during emergencies to provide a form of comfort in their time of need. We would like to thank the students and staff of Riverside Middle School for their hard work and donation, not only to the department but to the community.

6th Grade PBL
The Egypt Experience
Death masks and chalk drawings of Egyptian deities created in 6th grade art classes.

The Institute for Ancient Egypt is planning to take its world-famous exhibit of ancient Egyptian artifacts on tour in the United States. Rather than visiting museums, the Institute is planning to go to schools across the United States. They have selected your school as their first stop and have requested that your class help develop a plan to be used as a model to present their exhibit in an exciting and educational way.

This project provides students with the opportunity to master historical content, to learn how to conduct research, and to build upon their language and critical thinking skills as they assist the "Institute" in planning, organizing, advertising, and presenting its exhibit. Students become "authorities" on ancient Egyptian history and culture as the engage in the activities throughout the project.

6th graders read the Newbery Honor Book, "The Egypt Game"

Our School Has Started a Chain Reaction of Compassion

A Special "Thank You" and "Kudos!" to the RMS PTA for managing and facilitating concessions for RMS Athletics, sponsorship of school dances and support for PBIS and PBL events.  "Working Together, We Make a Difference!"

Click on the image below to connect to the NC STEM Center and learn more about the NC STEM Center and STEM engagement.

The Martin County School System does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, sex, age, disability, or national origin in admission to, access to, and treatment in its programs and activities.