About Us

Richmond Middle School began life as Richmond Junior High, on the original campus of the Richmond High School in downtown Richmond.  In 1994, the current campus on South Wellington Street began construction, completed in the 1995-96 school year.  Our building boasts an outstanding Media Center at the center of our facility, with modern computer labs and a stage at the end of our Commons that enabling plays, dances and concerts to be held. 

We serve as host site for many Richmond Community Meetings and Events.  We also support the annual 8th grade Trip to Washington DC in the spring, right after school ends for the summer.  Sports begin in the 8th grade with football and volleyball, and then continues with basketball and wrestling in the winter, followed by track in the spring.  We are situated next to the Richmond Swimming Pool and our physical education classes use that facility in August and September.  Our Student Council provides many activities and events throughout the year, providing opportunities for service to the community.  The Terrific Kids Program, sponsored by the Richmond Kiwanis Club, helps in recognizing many students throughout the year.  Our Backpack Program is supported by many community organizations.

Academics are foremost, with our energy and efforts recognized.  Our Math Team continues to be a pride for our school.

It is great to be a Spartan!

Richmond Middle School

715 South Wellington St.
Richmond, MO  64085

Principal:  Jana Fleckenstine
Asst Principal:  John Daniel
Counselor:  Morgan Persell
Principals Secretary:  
Debbie Alpers
Attendance Secretary:  
Elicia Lundholm

Phone: 1-816-776-5841
Fax: 1-816-776-2788


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Join your RMS friends for some fun summer school enrichment activities. We are offering
several interesting classes for our students in the month of June. A few to choose are below,
with others also available:
1.  Do It Yourself Class – an exploration of endless discoveries.
2.  Book Club - will be reading different books in a comfortable setting.
3.  Summer Arts - learn activities that you can do for the rest of your life. The
talented Ms. Magruder will share some of her art secrets!
4.  Lifetime Activities and Fitness - play tailgate games, marbles, make survival bracelets and
do a bit of physical conditioning to stay active this summer.
Summer School is four weeks long.  You may attend a total of four different classes – each
lasts two weeks, and each is two and a half hours long.  Summer School begins at 7:30 am
and last until 12:30 pm week days from June 5th to June 30th.

South Parking Lot Paving Project
This is a very welcome addition to the grounds of RMS!!!
Thank you to the voters of the Richmond School District!!!

Spartan Excellence and Achievement Award
2016 - 17
Congratulations to Our Awardees:
Kim Wilton - RHS - Mathematics
Peggy Wollard - Dear - 1st Grade
Joshua Howk - RMS - Careers / 
Current Events / Economics

2017 - 2018

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June 5 through June 30  7:30 to 12:30 @ RMS
June 5 - Band Camp begins 12:30 to 3:00 pm.
July 24 - Athletic Physicals @ Medical Center - 4pm - FREE