Rockingham County Schools

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Rockingham County Schools
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Rockingham Count Schools District Logo
District information
Motto The CHOICE that ROCKS!
Grades PreK-13
Established 1993
Superintendent Rodney Shotwell
Schools 25
Budget $120,064,583
Students and staff
Staff 2,000
Other information

Rockingham County Schools is a public school district in Rockingham County in the U.S. state of North Carolina.[1]

School board[edit]

Member[2] 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
Steve Smith At-Large


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


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




(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%


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