Good Evening Ranchos Middle School Families,
Here is some important information for the week of September 18th:
Ranchos Middle School Coffee with Chris
On Tuesday, September 22nd we will hold Coffee with Chris from 10:00am to 11:00am. Coffee with Chris is a parent meeting with Mr. Imperatrice (principal) and parents. The meeting is optional and intended to discuss any questions, or concerns that families might have with the new school year at RMS. Also, Mr. Imperatrice will give a quick update about RMS and GVUSD. The meeting will be virtual and we will use Google Meet as the platform to hold the meeting. Please use this link to join the meeting on Tuesday. meet.google.com/dpd-vdwj-wzx
Ranchos Middle School 6 Week Progress Report Friday, September 25th
On Friday, September 25th is the end of the 1st 6 weeks of the school year. RMS will send home 6 week progress reports to help communicate the academic progress of your child. The grades being sent home are not final grades. Final grades will be issued at the end of the semester on December 18th. If your child is under a 2.0 GPA, administration will be contacting you to establish the necessary intervention to improve your child’s grades.
Ranchos Middle School ASB Elections
On Friday, September 25th we will hold our annual ASB elections. Students will elect a new President, Vice-President, Treasurer, and Secretary. All 7th and 8th grade students will be voting in their 5th period class on Friday, and the winners will be announced that Friday afternoon via Parent Square. We look forward to starting our ASB events with our new leadership!
Ranchos Middle School Attendance
RMS attendance for the new school year has been incredible. Our daily attendance rate is higher than it was last year. We appreciate everyone’s continued support with calling in Internet/computer issues and when your child isn’t able to attend class or is tardy. Students are marked tardy if they are not in their scheduled Google Meet at the official start time. Again, we appreciate your patience and communication with these issues.
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