Thomas H. Henderson Middle School

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Principal's Message

  • Principal Antoine London

    Warrior Families,

    Can you believe that we have reached the semester mark already? Our virtual school year continues to progress and I could not be more proud of the effort and commitment that our Warrior Students, Families, and Staff have demonstrated! Thank you Warrior Families for your graceunderstanding, and support as we continue the work of teaching and learning.

    Warrior Community Newsletter Enclosed in this newsletter is information about upcoming events and school support information. We are excited about continuing to find ways to connect with our community.

    You can expect invites very soon for our Virtual Grade level Awards ceremonies. We had a number of Warrior Students demonstrate their incredible academic skill in virtual learning this semester by earning Straight "A" Scholar RollScholar Roll, and Honor Roll. We also have Warrior Students that have demonstrated tremendous character and will receive citizenship awards for the first semester. We want to make time to recognize their effort and dedication.

    Major shout out to our Warrior Staff that has continued to adapt and demonstrate grit to support our students through virtual learning.

    Last, but certainly not least, I would like to thank our incredible Northside Warrior Community. We are blessed to serve the best community in the city of Richmond. The Warrior Family will continue to grow professionally, improve on our service, and continue to build a legacy of excellence.

    Thank you for your support. Hope this message finds you and your families well. 

    We are...Warriors Today.....Leaders Tomorrow!

    Antoine T. London


    Henderson Middle School







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    I am currently a teacher at Henderson Middle School where for the past 6 years, I’ve taught 6th, 7th and 8th grade science.  I have been teaching for a total of 21 years at various schools up and down the east coast as well overseas in Abu Dhabi. I received my Bachelors of Science Degree in Elementary Education from SUNY Old Westbury, received an endorsement in Middle Grades Science while teaching in Georgia and received a Master’s Degree in Administration and Leadership from the University of Phoenix. Science and Spanish have been my main areas of concentration.

    As an educator, I also consider myself a mentor as well as a role-model for my students. I truly enjoy getting to know my students on a personal level and learning about their ambitions, visions and goals. I receive satisfaction from seeing the “light bulb” moment when they receive, understand an internalize a concept. I have developed a special way of communicating with my students that encourages trust, love and an environment conducive for learning.

    I became a teacher because I wanted to be influential in shaping the lives of our youth. I wanted to use and share my knowledge as a means of preparing our youth for their future endeavors as they become integral members of society. I felt that teaching was an excellent path to meet these goals!

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  • Students who have technical issues are encouraged to email The Technology Services team will address issues remotely as much as possible. For issues that require hands-on support, a mobile help desk will be available throughout the community on scheduled days/times.

    Brent Evans, ITRT: 804-420-9283

    Mobile Help Desk


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  • Henderson Middle School Tech/ Supply Kit Distribution 

    Henderson Middle School will have a Tech and Supply Kit distribution every Tuesday and Thursday at 8:30am-12:30 p.m.. Please make sure you have a mask and be prepared to have your temperature checked.

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Henderson Middle School Counselors



    The week of April 12, 2021- April 16, 2021, School Counselor will review and approve student course selections. Any student that has not completed the student course selection will have their courses selected for them.


    Please see the contact information for Henderson Middle School Counselors below.

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  • Please Click Here to access Mrs. Sonya Branch-Wilson google virtual office. She can also be reached at 804-767-8060.

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  • Please Click Here to access Mrs. Ashunti Baylor google virtual office. She can also be reach at 804-482-0748.


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Henderson Middle School Registar and Attendance

  • Blondine Green, Attendance Associate can be reached by email at or by phone at 804-556-1628.

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  • Carmen Green, Registrar can be reached by email at or by phone at 804-404-5099.

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"RPS Direct" Emails from Superintendent Kamras

  • RPS Direct Update - April 16, 2021

    Dear #RPSStrong Family, Happy Friday! Today's updates: Yale National Fellows – Congratulations to the following RPS teachers who were selected as Yale National Fellows through the Yale National Initiative to strengthen teaching in public schools! In collaboration with Yale faculty members, each fellow will develop a curriculum unit to teach during the coming school year and share with teachers throughout RPS. Taryn Coullier, Elizabeth D. Redd Elementary School Emma Kessler, Bellevue Elementary School Tara McCrone, Chimborazo Elementary School Joanna Minott, Huguenot High School Karen Mullins, Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School Valerie Schwarz, Mary Munford Elementary School Stephen Straus, River City Middle School Kaitlin Waldron, River City Middle School

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  • RPS Direct Update (PM) - April 15, 2021

    Dear #RPSStrong Family, In honor of National Library Month, tonight I'm spotlighting the hottest ride in town – the RPS Lit Limo! Check out the schedule below and mark your calendars for a visit. Put the Chromebooks down, stretch your legs, and pick up an actual, physical book to take home. And if you'd like to donate books to the Lit Limo, please reach out to our amazing head of library services, Judy Deichman, at And just remember: Dinosaurs didn't read; now they're extinct. With great appreciation, Jason

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