Recent News

Jean Victor Balin Starplose.pngWELCOME BACK.....
New Year New You..... 

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-Vol 2. School Newsletter   (click here to open!)

-FREE Parenting Workshops (see FLYER HERE !)

-Please consider taking the BCPS Stakeholder Survey at In less than five minutes, you can help shape our educational programs for students. It is anonymous, and it’s available in 16 languages on any phone, tablet, or computer. You are also welcome to take the survey at your child’s school.

Applications are now being accepted for the annual AileyCamp Baltimore at Towson University. AileyCamp is an innovative summer program for youth, ages 11 14, that uses disciplined dance training, creative writing instruction, personal development, and communication workshops to help campers develop a respect for themselves and others that will meaningfully impact their lives. Prior dance training is not a consideration for admission.
The camp runs from Monday through Friday (June 18 through July 27, 2018) from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. All interested applicants must submit their application online or send a hard copy of their application via e mail, fax, or U mail by Friday, March 2, 2018, in order to be considered for an interview.
Interviews will be held on Saturday, March 17, 2018, at the Towson University’s Center for the Arts.
For more information, or to apply for consideration, visit AileyCamp Baltimore to download an application. Questions about AileyCamp Baltimore should be directed via e mail to or by calling 410 704 3288.

Illustration Of A Red Heart With Wings And A Banner.pngFebruary Events:

-February 1st:  
World Read Aloud Day
(Consider reading to someone in your family tonight!)
Monkey readingResearch Says...

-February 1st :  Report Cards 
(for Marking Period 2 will be distributed to all students)
Please be sure to sign look at all of the documents sent home with the report card envelope and return the envelope signed to each homeroom teacher by Monday February 5th.

-February 7th :  Conference Night 5pm to 7pm 
If teachers have requested a conference with you to discuss your child’s grade or if you would like to meet with a teacher, you may call or email the teacher for an appointment time or drop-in and wait to meet with them.

-February 7th  :  Maryland College Savings Plan Information Night at 7pm (in our school library)
It is never too early to start thinking about the cost of college!

-February 13th  :AVID Information Night from 5:30-6:30 pm                                     
(school library with Mr. Billy Evans AVID coordinator) 
AVID is an outstanding program offered to students to promote career awareness and prepare students for college. Our AVID program at GRMS is amazing and recognized by BCPS! There is an application process to become an AVID student and all students and parents should consider attending this Information Night at our school.

-February 16th:  Valentine's Dance  from 3:15pm to 5:30pm valentine tree
This dance is sponsored by our Student Government Association and our P
BIS team. On February 13th permission slips will be given to students in each homeroom.

-February 17th:  from 10AM - 12:45PM Ready, Set, Design !

Golden Ring girls have an opportunity through Johns Hopkins University to participate in Ready, Set, Design! This is a STEM-interest program for middle school students.
This being held on February 17th, 2018 from 10AM - 12:45PM at the Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus.
The purpose is to allow girls an opportunity at engineering. Registration is below.


Night of Innovation Flyer
-February 28th:   Night of Innovation (snow date: March 5th)  6-8 PM    

Illustration Of A Saint Patrick_s Day Hat And Shillelagh.pngMarch Events:

-March 14th  Maker Family Night  6-8 pm


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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