Rockingham County Schools

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Rockingham County Schools
Rockingham Count Schools District Logo
The CHOICE that ROCKS!
Type and location
Grades PreK-13
Established 1993
District information
Superintendent Rodney Shotwell
Schools 25
Budget $120,064,583
Students and staff
Staff 2,000
Other information
Website www.rock.k12.nc.us

Rockingham County Schools is a public school district in Rockingham County in the U.S. state of North Carolina.

General information[edit]

School board[edit]

Member[1] District
Nell Rose (Chair) District 3
Hal Griffin (Vice-Chair) At-Large
Amanda Bell District 1
Bob Wyatt District 6
Wayne Kirkman District 4
Elaine McCollum District 5
Lorie McKinney At-Large
Josh Austin District 2
Ron Price At-Large
VACANT At-Large
Steve Smith At-Large

Schools[edit]

Elementary schools[edit]

School name
Bethany Elementary School
Central Elementary School
Dillard Elementary School
Douglass Elementary School
Draper Elementary School
Huntsville Elementary School
Leaksville-Spray Elementary School
Lincoln Elementary School
Monroeton Elementary School
Moss Street Elementary School
South End Elementary School
Stoneville Elementary School
Wentworth Elementary School
Williamsburg Elementary School

Middle schools[edit]

Middle schools in Rockingham County Schools
Information James E. Holmes Reidsville Rockingham County Western Rockingham Middle School
Location Eden Reidsville Reidsville Madison
Year opened 1967[ms 1] 1999 1991[ms 2]
School colors Burgundy, gray, white Green/gold Black/gret Navy blue/gold
School mascot Mustang Raider Jaguar Wildcat
Feeds into... J.M. Morehead HS Reidsville HS Rockingham County HS Dalton L. McMichael HS
  1. ^ In 1967, the previously existing Leaksville-Spray and Draper junior highs were consolidated; in 1991, the school shifted from serving 7th-9th grades to 6th-8th grades and became a middle school
  2. ^ Before 1989, Madison-Mayodan and Stoneville middle schools served the same area; in 1989, the middle and high schools there were consolidated, and when Dalton L. McMichael HS moved to its new facilities in 1991, Western Rockingham MS moved to the old Madison-Mayodan HS site

High schools[edit]

School name
Dalton L. McMichael High School
John Motley Morehead High School
Reidsville High School
Rockingham County High School

Others[edit]

School name
New Vision School of Math, Science, and Technology
Rockingham County Early College High School
The S.C.O.R.E. Center

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Statistics[edit]

Demographics[edit]

(as of the 2012-2013 school year)

Ethnicity Percentage
White 62.5%
African American 20.2%
Hispanic 11.4%
Other and multiple ethnicities 5.9%

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rockingham County Schools Board of Education Members". Rockingham County Schools. 2011. Retrieved 2 April 2014. 
  2. ^ http://www.rock.k12.nc.us


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