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NEWS:

Starting on April 25th our new number will be 443-809-0130

NEW NUMBERS

 Main: 443-809-0130

 Fax: 443-809-0131

Cafeteria: 443-809-0260

 Guidance: 443-809-0261

 Health: 443-809-6388

Library: 443-809-0337

 


 

SUMMER EXTENDED YEAR LEARNING PROGRAM

Extended Year Learning Program

*Downloadable Flyer:  

Flyer_280.pdf

  

SUMMER MATH ACADEMY

Summer Math Academy






















*Downloadable Flyer:  Golden_Ring_MS.pdf


YearbookYEARBOOK on Sale NOW !!  Yearbook

Yearbooks are on sale for $15.00.
If you would like one you should reserve one early, we ordered 120.
Mr. Cook  will also puts flyers in the mailboxes of homeroom teachers. 


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The Baltimore County Summer Visual Arts Enrichment Program provides opportunities for students in Grades 3–12 to build their personal art skills and add to their art portfolios. A variety of courses are offered to meet the varied needs and interests of students, whether they are seeking to improve their art skills, or preparing a portfolio for acceptance into a magnet program, college program, or preparation for an Advanced Placement exam.

A summer camp will be held at Perry Hall High School from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. from Monday, July 8, 2019, through Friday, July 19, 2019. The cost is $395 per student. For more information, see the Brochure and Application on the Office of Visual Arts Web site.

 


Dancer Silhouettes.pngAILEY CAMP for DANCE

Please spread the word!!!! Information about AileyCamp Baltimore 2019 is available through our website:

To apply, please follow the steps below:

  1. Go to “How to apply”

  2. Under step 1: “fill out the online application” (click this link)

  3. Complete the online application and submit.


 


 

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SPECIAL EDUCATION - EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS (EF): WHAT’S THEGirl And Boy.png BIG IDEA?

Staff in the Office of Special Education will offer a two-hour workshop open to all BCPS employees and parents. Beth Lambert SST/504 Facilitator, will present on how EF, often referred to as the “hidden curriculum,” can impact a student’s success in the classroom. Similar to other academic and learning skills, some students may need varying levels of support and intervention. Strategies for teaching and reinforcing specific EF skills will be shared.

This workshop will be offered on the following dates:
Tuesday, May 21, 2019, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., Arbutus Library Meeting Room


Participants must register by calling the
Special Education Resource Center 410-887-5443 or sending an
e-mail to Special Education Resource Center. 

Classroom Aquarium.png SPECIAL EDUCATION - DUAL EXCEPTIONALITIES

Staff in the Offices of Special Education and Advanced Academics will offer a two-hour workshop open to all BCPS employees and parents. Twice-exceptional (2E) students are those identified for advanced academics programs and services who also qualify for an Individualized Education Program or 504 Plan due to an educational disability. These students have unique academic and social-emotional needs. Strategies for meeting those needs and supporting the success of these students will be discussed.

This professional learning opportunity will be offered on Wednesday, May 29, 2019, from 6 to 8 p.m., at the Greenwood Campus, Building E, Room 114. Participants must register by calling the Special Education Resource Center 410-887-5443 or sending an e-mail to Special Education Resource Center. 




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Golden Ring Magnet

WHY APPLY--- Pamphlet,        How to Apply?  Pamphlet



BUS STOPS

Golden Ring Middle School Bus Routes 2018-2019

Above you will find a link for the 2018-2019 Bus Routes for Golden Ring Middle School.

ccarter10@bcps.org

Golden Ring Vision

Golden Ring Middle School is a student- centered community that focuses on nurturing students, building respectful relationships, delivering rich content knowledge and preparing students to be critical thinkers and responsible global citizens.

 Mission Statement

As a community we will create, sustain, and invest in a culture of deliberate excellence for every student, in every class, with every teacher.


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