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Student Handbook & Code of Conduct
On the left side of the page is a link to the DeKalb County School District's Student Code of Conduct. In addition to the guidelines set by the district Redan Middle School also publishes a handbook detailing school specific policies. Click here to review the policies of Redan Middle School.
Dismissal is a high traffic time for the school and the community, and your child's safety is of paramount importance to us. Please understand that we cannot release students after 3:30PM for these reasons. If your child has an appointment, be sure to complete the checkout process by 3:30PM. Thank you for your understanding and assistance in this safety matter.

2017- 2018 College and Career Readiness Performance Index Report

The GaDOE posted the 2018 College and Career Readiness Performance Index Report (CCRPI). This scores release reflect school performance for the 2017-2018 school year.  Under the new CCRPI calculation, Redan Middle School’s CCRPI score for SY18 is 64.1. 

A middle schools score is made up of four major components. In the documents below you will find the components and exact scores for Redan Middle School. 

2018 CCRPI Letter (PDF)                    2018 CCRPI Letter (RTF)

Parent/Student Compact & Family Engagement Policy
A School Parent/Student Compact is a written commitment describing how all members of a school community (parents, staff, and students) agree to share responsibility for student learning. This compact helps bridge the learning connection between school and home. The documents below provide details of the plans, policies, and goals here at RMS.

2018-19 Compact       Family Engagement Policy
GA Milestones
This year, 100% of testing for the Georgia Milestones will be conducted online at Redan Middle School. Please visit for access to practice tests and to become familiar with the testing platform students will use.
The items on the demonstration tests are general and are organized into three grade bands: Grades 3 – 5, Grades 6 – 8, and High School in the content areas of English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. The items do not necessarily represent the specific grade-level content that students learn daily in their classrooms. The primary purpose is to let students experience, firsthand, the functionality of the online testing platform. The sample tests are not graded.
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