New Website for Reagan Middle School

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As of 2/29/2016, is not the current website for Dixon Schools.  The new website for the school district is  The new page for Reagan Middle School is



This website,, is being phased out and will be shut down within a few months.


Please remove any bookmarks to this page and add new bookmarks to

RMS Scholastic Bowl Regional Team

Congratulations to the RMS Scholastic Bowl Regional Team. They competed at Rockford Thurgood Marshall SchoolWednesdayevening beating out Marshall with a score of 190-110. While their season came to a close, they showed everyone their tenacity and spirit. Great season!


Global Citizenship at RMS

Global Citizenship“In a Gentle Way, You Can Shake the World”- Gandhi

By: Kortny Marsh and Cameron Crone

The seventh grade classes of Reagan Middle has begun the Global Project. This year we have decided to fight hunger and poverty in Burundi, an African Country, and America. We will be donating money to both Heifer International and The Dixon Food Pantry. The issue of hunger and poverty is an ongoing and prominent issue. Poverty rates are higher than they need to be. The death rate of hunger is also too high, and hunger kills more people each year than AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria combined. We want to help stop this. So, as a large group, we are joining forces and raising money and poverty, and awareness of this issue. Every cent that is donated brings us one cent closer to eradicating hunger. The seventh grade classes want to help make a difference in the world. Everyone has a right to eat, and we want to help make sure everyone can share this right. If we don’t help the people around us, we can never grow as one. To raise money, we are planning to do a pop sale, a bake sale, t-shirt sales, and many fun events. The pop sales are already doing well. If you want to donate to this cause checks should be made out to “RMS Global Project”, “In a Gentle Way, You Can Shake the World. “ – Gandhi

Reagan Middle School Homework Club

Reagan Middle School offers an after school program to help students with homework completion. The Program is run by Mrs. Mills and Mrs. Ackerson Monday through Friday from 2:15 to 3:00 in room # 210. The program does not run on half-days or school holidays. Transportation needs to be provided by the parents on days that your student attends Homework Club as busses do not run at 3:00. Homework Club is self-directed with staff available to give one on one help to students who get “stuck” while completing their work. The staff can also assist the students in getting their work organized. Staff will help students communicate with teachers in order to find out what work they have due and what missing work they may still need to turn in. Please contact Mr. Bullock, Mr. Magnafici or your school counselor to get your student enrolled in Homework Club.