River Trail Middle School

Welcome to River Trail Middle School


  • River Jam

    It is almost that time of year again. . .River Jam! River Jam is like a field day that takes place on the final day of school each year. The event is during the scheduled connections time and students who want Kona Ice will need money to purchase. There will be an inflatable obstacle course in the gym and outside activities (basketball, beach volleyball, cornhole, kickball, Mario Kart, and sidewalk chalk).Also, students who purchased a yearbook will receive it that day, allowing everyone to sign and share memories of another wonderful year at RTMS.Things to remember:Keep all backpacks and large bags at home that day.Students may want to consider sunscreen.Students will need cash to be able to buy Kona Ice.

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  • rising 6th grade information night time and location

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  • Georgia Milestones Testing Schedule


    At River Trail Middle School, the Georgia Milestones Assessment will be administered to all students, grade 6-8, between April 25-May 13.  RTMS will administer rolling makeups in the afternoons during testing for students who miss a testing session. Due to state testing requirements, students enrolled in a high school level math course will also take their grade-level math assessment.  All testing will begin at 8:55 AM each morning.  Please ensure that students arrive to school on time, are well-rested, and have eaten a healthy breakfast.  Please direct questions to River Trail’s Testing Coordinator Lori Lahmann-Scullion at Lahmannl@fultonschools.org.






    April 25


    ELA (Part 1)

    6, 7, 8

    April 26


    ELA (Part 2)

    6, 7, 8

    April 27


    ELA (Part 3)

    6, 7, 8

    May 2


    Math (Part 1)

    6, 7, 8

    May 3


    Math (Part 2)

    6, 7, 8

    May 5


    Science/Physical Science


    May 6


    Social Studies



    Parent Resources for Georgia Milestones:

    GMAS Parent Information 2021-2022.pdf GMAS Parent Information copy.pptx GMAS Parent Information Recording.pptx

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    Quick Links:

    Rising 9th Grade Information Sway

    Helpful Links and Info

    Summer 2022: Fulton Virtual Info/ Registration

    Schedule a meeting with Ms. Bartley

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  • Support Learning at Home

    Parents, have you been wondering how you can support your student’s learning at home? Have you been concerned that your student has gaps in learning due to the pandemic?  Click here for parent tips on how to support your student in Math and Language Art/Reading.

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    When you need to check out your child early, you have two options to inform the school:OPTION 1 Send an email to 701SignOut@fultonschools.org with the following information:  Student Name, Student FCS ID Number (lunch number), Parent/Guardian Name of person picking up your child, Parent/Guardian Email & Phone Number, Time and Reason for Early Check out OR OPTION 2 Send in a handwritten note with the same information as in Option 1. Instruct your child to bring the note to the Front Office to show to the staff. Arrival at the school when picking up: On the day you come to school to pick up your child, please buzz the front office. Inform the staff the reason you are at school. Please hold up driver’s license to the camera so that the staff can verify your identity. Once your identity is confirmed, the staff will send your child outside to meet you at the front. If you show up to the school wanting to pick up your child without sending a handwritten note or an email to 701SignOut@fultonschools.org, you will be asked to send an email while standing outside the building. After the email is received and your identification verified, staff will call your child for dismissal.  

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  • Records Requests

    For current students, private or public schools requesting a transcript or any other student record, please use the link, https://fultonga.scriborder.com/ to place a request for your document.For any questions, please email Monica Bhatnagar at Bhatnagars@fultonschools.org

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FCS District News

  • Parent/Student COVID-19 Reporting Portal


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  • Fulton County Crisis Support

    "Text4HELP" - is a crisis support line in FCS middle & high schools in partnership with the Fulton County Board of Commissioners. Students who use Text4Help can be connected anonymously to a licensed mental health professional for immediate mental health resources and referrals, 24 hours a day/7 days a week.


    For support, text "RTMSWolves" to 1-844-201-9946.


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