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Rockingham Middle School recently announced its list of Honor Roll students for the third nine weeks.

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Monday, 21 February 2022 13:29

Rockingham Middle names Honor Roll

Rockingham Middle School recently named its Honor Roll for the second nine weeks.

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GREENSBORO — National Beta members from Rockingham Middle School are celebrating their recent participation in the N.C. Junior Beta Hybrid State Convention. They were announced as winners of the following competitions: ELA, Social Studies, Quiz Bowl Written, Quiz Bowl Oral, Trading Pin, Recyclable Arts, and Wood Working.

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Eight members of the Rockingham Middle School Junior Beta Club attended the annual National Junior Beta Convention at the Swan and Dolphin Hotel and Resort in Orlando, Florida, held June 26-July 2, 2021.

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HAMLET — Ashley Lupfer, art teacher at Rockingham Middle School, was named North Carolina Art Education Association’s 2020-2021 Middle Level Art Educator of the Year. Lupfer received her plaque in the mail and she will attend a virtual conference this weekend where the award will be presented.  

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ROCKINGHAM — Some of the most highly ranked academic students from across the nation gathered in June in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, for the National Junior Beta Club Convention, where Rockingham Middle School students competed against the best and the brightest and honorably placed as national finalists. 

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ROCKINGHAM — Seventy-six members of the Rockingham Middle School Junior Beta Club attended the 27th Annual Junior Beta Convention at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro held on Feb. 4-6, 2019. Members of the club competed in the following competitions:

Jewelry Making, Recyclable art, Woodworking, Sculpture, Fiber Art, Two -dimensional design, Three-dimensional design, Songfest, Living Literature, Portfolio, Apparel design, Photography, Mixed media, Service Learning Showcase, and Special Talent.

Academic competitions included Engineering, Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Technology, Robotics, Marketing and Communications, Poetry, Battle of the Books, Quiz Bowl, Creative Writing, and Speech.

The Rockets had success in numerous competitions including the following:



Cash Monroe


Joe Parsons

Recylable Art

Yesenia Garcia                     

Addison Massey

Sophia Razon

Catherine Dennis

Joy Styles

Jackie Zapata

Bobbie Faircloth

Fiber Art

Lily Wilson    


Social Studies

Rachel Pattan

Digital Photography

Rygan Talbert


Cash Monroe



Molly Erwin

Tyson Holloway

Savannah Jordan

Walker Lambeth

Kayleigh Leviner

Ayden Mabe

Ashley Murphy

Haley White



Savannah Jordan

Joe Parsons


In addition to student competitions, the statewide gathering included conference meetings, officer elections and guest speakers. Leadership Representative Zane Searcy also helped facilitate the sessions and collaborated with on-site projects.

The National Junior Beta Club promotes the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among secondary students.  

The 2019 National Junior Beta Convention is slated for June 15-18, 2019, at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

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ROCKINGHAM — Magic was in the air at 415 Wall St. Monday morning as the students and staff of Rockingham Middle School gathered inside of Kate Finley Auditorium for the school’s annual Fine Arts Festival.

Originating under the leadership of Dr. John Langley, former principal of the then-Rockingham Junior High, this festival was born out of an observed necessity to expose area students to arts and culture that existed in surrounding areas of North Carolina and across the globe.

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Thursday, 27 September 2018 15:35

NC First Lady Kristin Cooper Tours Rockingham Middle

ROCKINGHAM — North Carolina’s First Lady got a glimpse of Richmond County’s public education system Thursday as she toured Rockingham Middle School.

Kristin Cooper was led around the campus by Principal Theresa Gardner and Superintendent Dr. Cindy Goodman, making short stops in various classrooms while teachers instructed in language arts, social studies, math and music.

After visiting the old-school auditorium, the governor’s wife briefly joined the chorus class, singing, clapping and swaying her hips to the song.

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ROCKINGHAM - Rockingham Middle School is up to some great things early this school year, and its latest project includes painting up the desire to better the school’s morale and inspire its students.

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