358 Court Avenue
Weston, WV 26452
Phone: 304- 269-8325
Principal: Mrs. Julie Radcliff
Assistant Principal: Mrs. Sally Hinterer
Asst. Principal/Athletic Director: Mrs. Tarra Shields
The 2017-2018 RLBMS school year has begun!
Thanks to Mrs. Hinterer, we have a few pictures that we would like to share with you. Think of it as a way for us to introduce ourselves!
Restructured School Calendar
The Lewis County Board of Education has approved the changes to the 2017-2018 school calendar. Click the link below to see the changes.
3rd Nine Weeks - Date Alterations
The new end date for the 3rd Nine weeks is now March 16th. Report cards will be sent out on March 22nd.
2017-2018 Snow Packets
The link below will take you to a folder that holds the RLBMS snow packets. The folder is broken up by teacher, and the email list is also included.
With the use of Snow Packets, being able to communicate with your student's teacher quickly has reached a new level of importance. Click the link below to access a list!
School Security and Safety Procedures
The below file is a quick review of the security in Lewis County schools, as well as the safety procedures that are followed to keep your students safe while they're in our care.
If you have questions about how your student's GPA is calculated, please click on the red link below.
National Junior Honor Society
The red link below will show how an RLBMS student can join National Junior Honor Society.
At the end of every school year, RLBMS hosts an Honors Banquet. The red link below will show you what requirements will need to be met to receive an invitation.
If you are a parent or guardian, and need a LiveGrades account, please email Aaron Radcliff at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include, in your email, your full name, and the name of your student.
RLBMS is proud to accept and use Box Tops for Education. If your family collects them, send them to Mrs. Sarah Lough.
Click HERE for more information about this valuable program.
Too many children in West Virginia miss too many days of school. Often, we think absences aren't a problem as long as they're excused or a child’s learning won't be affected unless he or she misses several days in a row. Research shows that missing 10% of the school year — which can be just two or three days every month — can add up to so much lost time in the classroom that children just can't keep up. Attendance is critical to the success of our students. We must have our students present and engaged in order to provide them with the opportunities they need to be successful in the future. We invite you to take a look at the link below to help promote regular attendance and intervene when poor attendance becomes a problem.