Clubs and Organizations
Russell-McDowell Intermediate Middle School is proud to offer a wide variety of clubs and activities for our students. Students choose to participate in these clubs and organizations based on their individual talents and interests. These activities provide students the opportunity to be a part of a group outside of the classroom as they build leadership skills and further friendships, adding to their educational experience.  Read more...   << Close

 

Principal's Message
Welcome to Russell-McDowell Intermediate School, where we empower students with the necessary skills to become productive citizens of the 21st Century! At Russell-McDowell we maintain excellence in academics through high expectations, developing positive relationships, student goal setting, and providing leadership opportunities for all students. Our school has many opportunities for students to shine, such as Academic Team, Science Olympiad, Lego League, Beta Club, 4-H, Conservation Partnerships, Community Banking Partnerships, STLP, Band, Orchestra, Choir, Little League Football, Marv Meredity Basketball, and Cross Country. At Russell-McDowell we believe that home, community, parents, students, and educators working together can create a school in which all learners can succeed. Thank you, Mrs. Aldrich   Read more...   << Close

 

Elementary Physical Education

Russell Independent's Elementary Physical Education Program works to give students the knowledge and skills they need life a healthy lifestyle. Students develop an understanding of the importance of lifelong physical activity, the importance of teamwork/cooperation, and an appreciation of sport and recreation. There are multiple opportunities for students to participate on sports teams while in elementary grades. While the school doesn't sponsor teams, information about teams is distributed through the schools for interested students.     << Close

 

Elementary Music Education

Russell Independent's Elementary General Music classes explore all the aspects of music. We learn folk songs, instruments, and dances from different times and cultures. We study the orchestra instrument familes and composers. The children learn many different styles of music and are exposed to all the elements of music. We study melody, rhythm, form, harmony, timbre, dynamics, and tempo. All students use the piano lab to enrich the understanding of the music elements by learning simple ostinatos and rhythm patterns. The pianos also encourage creativity.     << Close

 

R-MIS and 7 Habits

Beginning in the 2010-2011 school year, Rusell-McDowell Intermediate School began implementing the 7 Habits of Happy Kids. The program teaches students the power of living by principles and is based on Sean Covey's children's book by the same title. This is a school-wide initiative and all in our school community are excited about the program.   << Close

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In addition to One Call Now notifications, we also offer Twitter and a Mobile App to keep our Students, Parents and Community informed about academic and sports information and school closings.  << Close

 

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iPhone App, Android App, R-MIS Twitter

Russell Independent Schools Android App Russell Independent Schools iPhone App
 

Contact Us

Russell-McDowell Intermediate School
1900 Long Street
Flatwoods, KY 41139

Phone: 606-836-8186
Fax: 606-836-3547
Email: contact.us@russellind.kyschools.us

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Russell-McDowell Intermediate SBDM

SBDM Council 2014 -2015
Richie Blum, Parent
Lynette Rulen, Parent
Sharon Lambert, Teacher
Jalina Wheeler, Teacher
Beth Westenhofer, Teacher
Heather Aldrich, Principal/Chair
Scheduled SBDM Council Meetings
July 10, 2014
August 21, 2014
September 11, 2014
October 9, 2014
November 13, 2014
December 11, 2014
January 15, 2015
February 12, 2015
March 12, 2015
April 16, 2015
May 14, 2015
June 11, 2015

Meetings will be conducted on The second Thursday of each month, and will begin at 3:45 p.m. unless otherwise noted. (July 10 and June 11 at 9:00 a.m.) All meetings will be held in the R-MIS Conference Room. SBDM Policies, Agendas, and Minutes  << Close

 

R-MIS Library Media Center

The R-MIS Library Media Center exists to serve our students, faculty/staff, and parents. We work hard to instill a love of reading while teaching information literacy to all students. We offer programming that includes Accelerated Reader, Student Technology Leadership Program, Book Club, Book Fairs, Author Visits, and Flexibly Scheduled Project-Based Learning Activities.   Read more...   << Close

 

Elementary Visual Art Program

Our Art class is a place where we come together each week to view, understand, discuss and create artworks. We gain hands on experience using various media to create art that reflects an understanding of important visual art concepts such as the Elements of Art and Principles of Design. Our classroom environment provides a supportive community in which students can express themselves and reflect upon their artistic decisions and the expressions of others. Our classroom also serves an important role as a resource that contributes to the cultural environment of our learning communities at RPS and RMIS.  
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Our Mission

Russell-McDowell Intermediate School's Mission is to empower students with the necessary skills to become productive citizens of the 21st century.
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Grades K - 3
Phone: 606-836-0007
Fax: 606-834-9300
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Grades 4 - 5
Phone: 606-836-8186
Fax: 606-836-3547
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Grades 6 - 8
Phone: 606-836-8135
Fax: 606-836-0614
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Grades 9 - 12
Phone: 606-836-9658
Fax: 606-836-9650
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Grades 9 - 12
Phone: 606-836-1256
Fax: 606-836-9650
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The Leadership Model Program receives national recognition for its emphasis on developing leadership in young children. It is grounded in the belief that building cooperative relationships and nurturing responsibility, kindness and good judgement is the basis for creating a successful community of learners. By developing the WHOLE child - socially, emotionally, academically and ethically - the program fosters a climate of principle-centered and personal leadership.

The principles of Dr. Stephen R. Covey, internationally renowned consultant and author of the 7 HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE and FIRST THINGS FIRST, are embedded in the school's culture and guide the student, faculty and staff in building the leadership model. In addition, as part of a collaboration with the PTA, community members and families are given the opportunity through book studies and leadership nights to learn about and apply these principles.

Each quarter of the school year, students identify and set their own personal academic goals in their data notebooks. Using organizational tools, data collection, and data analysis practices, children track their progress and growth over the course of the school year. Students also learn social etiquette and develop communication and presentation skills through student-led conferences where students share their data notebooks with parents and loved ones.