Student Information

Welcome Letter

  • “Today is a new day to do things The Stallion Way”. This is the way we start every day
    at Selvidge. We begin each school year with a refreshed attitude and vigor for learning.
    Welcome to Selvidge Middle School or for many of you welcome back to Selvidge.
    The following information is some basic guidelines for our school which will help you
    and your parents throughout the school year. Please sit down with your parents to
    review all that is contained within these expectations. Teachers will take time at the
    start of the year to review key points, but you will be responsible for knowing and
    understanding the contents of this handbook.
    We look forward to serving you and your family as we continue to reach for the stars.
    Michael M. Anselmo, Principal

    We do whatever it takes to ensure all students realize their potential
    The Rockwood School District community will provide student-centered middle level
    education which includes appreciating and responding to the unique needs and abilities
    of young adolescent students by creating an interdisciplinary, exploratory curriculum in a
    personally and academically secure environment which encourages self-esteem and
    supports the students in becoming intellectually, socially, emotionally, and physically
    responsible adults.

    Selvidge Middle School is dedicated to the principle that each person has ability, dignity,
    worth, and an equal right to develop his/her potential for a full and meaningful life. To
    these ends the Selvidge community is resolved to educate the whole person: to
    stimulate the mental, emotional, physical and psychological components of each
    individual toward growth and maturity.


    1. Selvidge Middle School will meet and exceed all Rockwood and MSIP standards for
    student academic achievement.
    2. Selvidge Middle School students, staff and community educational climate as
    measured by student, staff and community surveys and increased involvement in school
    activities and functions.


    Student Handbook