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River Springs Middle

900 West Ohio Avenue
Orange City, FL 32763
(386) 968-0011

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    Spring Break Challenge
    Take the Spring Break Challenge

    It’s time for the Spring Break Challenge!

    The spring holiday for Volusia County Schools will be March 22-26, and the students will also have a student holiday on Friday, March 19.

    To keep students engaged in fun learning opportunities during the break, River Springs Middle School is offering a Spring Break Reading Challenge. 
    • Simply logon to your ReadWorks account to access the challenge. (accounts will be set up during Language Arts classes)
    • Choose some of the fun articles to read that have been selected for your grade level. 
    • Complete a quick quiz for each article.

    While we want students to have a safe and restful Spring Break, we also hope they will commit to some academic enrichment time – so we can finish the school year strong.​
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    1:1 Technology Deployment

    We are excited to inform you that River Springs has received devices for our upcoming 1:1 student laptop technology initiative.

    Device Checkout Forms will be sent home Thursday 1/28/21.  A completed form must be on file before a student will be issued a device.  

    Distribution of devices to students is scheduled to begin the week of February 1st through their History classes and should take approximately ten days to complete.  Students are strongly encouraged to bring a backpack or bag to carry and protect both the laptop and charger.​

    Device Check Out Form FINAL (2).pdf 

    Device Check Out Form FINAL SP.pdf

    Please visit the link below to access a plethora of information about the 1:1 devices.​​

    Parent and Student Technical Guide | Volusia County Schools​ 

    Parent and Student Technical Guide | Volusia County Schools SP​

    Parent and Student Technical Guide | Volusia County Schools SP​​​​​River Springs ​School Uni​form Colors: ​

    Tops - white, forest green, gray​ and black. ​

    Bottoms - Navy blue, black or tan pants, shorts, capris, skorts or jumper or black and blue denim long pants​

    ​Emergency Situation Guide​​​

    During and following an emergency situation, school and district officials must act quickly and follow established emergency protocols to safeguard students and staff, secure schools, and communicate accurate information in a timely manner. Parents can assist greatly by helping with preparation before the emergency.​School Emergenc​y Guide for Parents