Middle School

2200 Quince Street NE
Olympia, WA 98506
360.596.3401 Fax

Sumo-Bot Challenge

Mr. Jones has completed his sumo-bot challenge in his technology/robotic classes.  If you would like to view the championship battle, click HERE

Published: 2014-11-17

Reeves Middle School is a "School of Distinction"

WA School of Distinction

Reeves Middle School is a "SCHOOL OF DISTINCTION".  This is a recognition by the state for outstanding improvement in reading and math sustained over a five-year period.  There were 101 schools in the state that received this distinction and only 22 middle / junior high schools.  This recognizes schools in the top 5% of improvement for their levels!  This recognition is due to an incredible collaborative effort among staff, parents, students, community and the district.  We are very honored to receive this recognition and be among the top 5% in our state.  Thank you for all of your continued support, without it this recognition would not be possible.  We will keep pushing ahead and the sky is the limit for Reeves Middle School!

If you would like to read more about the recognition, you can by clicking HERE.



Published: 2014-11-07

November "Raider's Digest" Newsletter

You should have received the third volume of "Raider's Digest" in your email that is on file with school.  This is our Reeves Parent Newsletter for the month of November.  If you did not receive the newsletter you can download the PDF by clicking HERE.  If you would like any specific type of information for the newsletter that you felt was left out, please notify Mr. Parks at

Published: 2014-11-05

Volunteer Opportunity at Reeves

Reeves Middle School is looking for volunteers.  Are you interested in helping at our school?  Would you like to be involved and become a part of the Reeves community?  We have many opportunities for you to get involved with Reeves. 

Here are some of the ways you can become involved:

  • Tutoring in our new after school intervention program (STAR).  It is on Monday (Language Arts/Social Studies) and Wednesday (Math/Science) in the Reeves library from 3:15 -- 4:15
  • Library volunteers during 1st lunch (11:47 am -- 12:17 pm)
  • Lunchroom supervision for our two lunches (11:47 am -- 12:17 pm and 12:42 -- 1:12 pm)
  • Running the student store during our two lunches (11:47 am -- 12:17 pm and 12:42 -- 1:12 pm)
  • Opportunity Time supervision and tutoring every day from 10:20 -- 10:28 am
  • Enrichment activity during Opportunity Time.  It can be one day a week or up to five days a week.  Some activities/classes could include, but not limited to:  art enrichment, foreign language introduction, technology, dance, photography, or if you have a possible suggestion please contact either Geoff Parks ( or Gordon Chamberlain (
  • Athletic competition supervision and setup

If you are interested in any of these activities or you have other possible ways in which you would like to be involved with Reeves, please contact Geoff Parks ( or Gordon Chamberlain (  

In order to be allowed to volunteer at Reeves Middle School, you must be accepted by Olympia School District as a volunteer.  You may access the volunteer forms or apply online at the Olympia School District website or click HERE.

Published: 2014-10-23

OSD News & Notes: November 21, 2014

In this week’s News & Notes RES teacher-librarian Jean Schuna introduces QR codes to students, Riana Hoagland honored by YWCA as ‘Young Woman of Achievement’, Madison cooking cart makes a appearance in Mrs. Majors class…and much, much more!

Published: 2014-11-21


Inclement Weather? Here's Where to Find Information

It’s getting to be that time of year when weather incidents can change school schedules. Click below to read our “Snow Bulletin” that includes information about how to find out if there’s a schedule change (page 1) AND snow bus routes (page 2).

Published: 2014-11-10


Reeves Athletic Grade Checks

The first grade check for girl's basketball and for wrestling will take place on Thursday morning, November 13.  If grades in any class are below C- then the student is ineligible for games for the following week but they are still eligible to practice.  They may travel with the team at the coach's discretion.  Students who raise their grade before the next grade check will be eligible for the following week but not the present week.

Exception:  IF the grade is the result of a mistake then Mr. Sebring must receive a note from the teacher by the following Monday morning (student's responsibility) stating that the student's grade has been raised to a C- or above.

Grade checks will be redone each Thursday morning (November 20, December 4 and 11) for the rest of the season following the same procedure.

Published: 2014-10-30

Interested in Referring a 5th-7th Grade Student for Highly Capable Services?

You’re invited to attend a meeting on Thursday, Dec. 4 from 6-7 p.m. at the Knox Administrative Center to learn more. Topics will include the student referral/screening/selection procedure, middle school service options, and a review of revisions to state regulations regarding highly capable students. For more information about Highly Capable services, click here. For more information about the meeting, click on the link below. 

Published: 2014-11-13


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Upcoming Events

  • Thursday, November 27
    • Thanksgiving Break
    • No School - Thanksgiving Break
  • Friday, November 28
    • Thanksgiving Break
    • No School - Thanksgiving Break
  • Wednesday, December 3
    • Late-Start