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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.   
Back To School Supply List 2018
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Literary Arts Magazine Student Works


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1st--8th Grade Dance 
12th -- Farewell Assembly at Overlea High School (tickets required)

Mr. Ramsey Retires after
44 Years

Please congratulate Mr. Ramsey on 44 years of service to our students and to BCPS.  State Senator K. Klausmier and her colleague from the House of Delegates came to present him with a House and Senate Resolution.  


PARCC Assessment

SUBJECT:      Distribution of the 2017 Maryland Report Card – Individual School Performance Reports


In April, the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) began posting the results of the 2017 Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC). In addition to the Maryland Report Card, each school system is required by the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), as reauthorized by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) in 2015, to prepare and distribute school system and individual school reports. The 2017 School System Report and Individual School Performance Reports were received from MSDE this week. These reports are for the 2016–2017 school year. The law is very specific about the availability of these annual report cards for the state, school systems, and schools, and requires that individual school reports be made available to parents. The school-level reports must be made available to parents by Wednesday, June 13, 2018. We appreciate you making this a priority.

Accessing the Report

  • Log on to Maryland Report Card
  • Locate the Baltimore County reports (03-Baltimore County) on the right-hand side.
  • Under Parent Reports, click English. (It may take up to one minute for the file to download.)
  • Locate your school by your school’s ID number. (For example, the ID number for GOLDEN RING MIDDLE is 1451.The report for GOLDEN RING MIDDLE is identified as 031451_2017ReportCard_ENG.pdf.The school system’s ID number ‘03’ is identified at the beginning of each PDF before each school ID number.)
  • Repeat this process for the reports in Spanish, French, Korean, Vietnamese, and Chinese.

Who to Contact

Questions should be directed to the Office of Performance Management, at 443-809-3238 or via e-mail at


Art Show Fundraiser for Autism Awareness!!!

Golden Ring Middle School would like to highlight the work of Mrs. Camille Gibson and the students of Golden Ring Middle School for their tremendous work on the Art for A Cause Art Show. This show was held on April 20th and continues to not only be an event that raises awareness but also an event that the community looks forwarded to attending every year. Every year, the show gets better and better. Thank you Mrs. Gibson for your hard work and a huge thank you to our students for their deliberate excellence. 
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Golden Ring has 2 winners this year for the county-wide Anti-Drug Poster Competition. Mikasia H won 1st place for 8th grade and Linox P won 2nd place for 6th grade. There were only 13 winners out of over 2000 entries so this a big accomplishment for them. Their work will appear in a calendar with the other winners and they will also receive cash prizes.

Mikasia H's Entry
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Northbay Information PowerPoint

As a reminder to all of our Sixth Grade families, a North Bay Information has been sent home with students. A North Bay Information Meeting will be held soon for parents.  If you have questions on how to become eligible to chaperone for this overnight field trip you can speak with Mr. Evans or Mr. Rataj the grade 6 Grade Level Managers.


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New Maker Space Room With support from 

Rosedale Federal 
is now being used!

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Our new maker space room is now being use.  The wonderful team members of Home Depot Golden Ring at Petrie Way in Rosedale came by October 27th and painted this room for us.  Furniture has been purchased with money from a 5-year grant from Rosedale Federal on Philadelphia Road along with additional items for students to use. 

 The Make Space club uses the space every Wednesday and each week creates something incredible.  The Robotics Club uses the space each Tuesday and Thursday to run and build their robots. 
Each morning the GRMS Morning show is taped by Ms. Dastvan's Drama Club students.    
Ms. Nunez 6th grade social studies classes have been in using their knowledge to explore ancient Egyptian artifact making with items purchased from the grants from Innovative Learning Grant and the Rosedale Federal Grant.  Next up is Mr. Gasparo's social studies class making dioramas sharing and showing American Indian Cultural Characteristics. Stay tuned for more great uses of this space. 
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See some great pics under the Golden Students Photo Gallery tab above...


School Supply List 2017-2018

  • 3 – ring binder
  • section dividers with tabs
  • 2 packs of filler notebook paper (bring at least one pack to school in your binder)
  • 4 - folders with fasteners and pockets (Science class)
  • Binder pouch (fits in front of binder for supplies)
  • pencils
  • blue/black pens
  • pack of markers
  • pack of colored pencils
  • 2 - highlighters
  • large glue stick
  • scissors
  • ruler (with inches and centimeters)
  • index cards
  • pencil sharpener (hand-held with a top to collect shavings)
  • post-its 3-inch by 3-inch

    Recommended (but not required)

  • flash drive
  • ear buds
  • protractor
  • compass

Coming Soon to Golden Ring....

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About Us

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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