Student success is the goal of every staff member at RMMS. We believe with our new structure and dedication to high-quality, research-based best practices, every student will learn to their full potential. We are prepared to offer time and support through the RTI Model; a three-tiered approach to instruction /intervention:
- Tier 1- Classroom teachers will use a variety of strategies within their classroom to address individual instructional needs. (Regular Classroom)
- Tier 2: Based on assessment data, students who are unsuccessful in Tier 1 will be provided additional research-based interventions. Content Teams will monitor student progress and monitor interventions as needed. (Tier 2 Instruction is provided during Stretch Time, which is Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00-10:31. Students are either assigned to - or can choose to - attend various classes based on need or interest, with the goal being 100% of our students mastering the Essential Skills identified by their teachers to ensure further success).
- Tier 3: Students who continue to struggle in Tier 2 will receive more intensive interventions, such as additional support classes and/or teacher mentors.
- Additional Support: Monday Consultation Time, 1:20-2:20, is a time set aside for any student to get additional help, as well as time for parents to meet with teachers. No appointment necessary.
My family has lived by a motto that I believe is very relevant in school and in life: Harvard Education, Army Discipline, and Disneyland Fun. I ask for your support and participation in this effort by sending your child to school every day on time, encouraging him/her to always do their best, monitoring weekly homework and progress through SIS and Canvas, and asking your child to share what they learned at school each day. To support our motto, we have teamed up with Slim and Knobby’s to give away a Specialized Mountain Bike as well as many other wonderful prizes throughout the year to support our Cool2Care and 212 programs.
In closing, I’d like to invite you to continue to visit our school’s website and Facebook page. This will serve as a resource tool for all upcoming events, student/parent handbook and important reminders. This school year, we will encourage our entire RMMS community to demonstrate our Grizzly pride by wearing our school colors (Black and Gold) on Fridays.
Email Address: email@example.com
Phone Number: 435-654-9350 ext. 2601
Curso De Verano Digital en Español (para estudiantes entrando de 6 a 8 grado, del 1 de junio a 3 de julio, totalmente en línea)
Update Regarding School Dismissal from WCSD
March 24, 2020
To Our Wasatch County School District Community:
As you may know, Gov. Gary R. Herbert and State Superintendent Syd Dickson announced yesterday that Utah’s K-12 public schools will extend their dismissal through Friday, May 1. These agencies will continue to evaluate the situation to make a determination about the remaining school year.
During the dismissal, Wasatch County School District will continue to engage in online, at-home instruction. We commend both staff and parents for their ability to adapt to a new and evolving definition of “school,” and encourage you to continue to support your student’s education throughout the dismissal.
The school lunch distribution program will continue at Daniels Canyon, Heber Valley, J.R. Smith, Midway Elementary and Timpanogos Middle schools every school day from 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. District students can pick up lunch at any participating school location.
We will still observe the scheduled Spring Break dates of April 6 – 10, and there will be no instruction or lunch program during these dates.
As a reminder, beginning Thursday, the WHS quarantine will be lifted. Students are still expected to follow the guidelines put forth by the Wasatch County Health Department to help our community stay healthy during this time:
- Avoid non-essential travel; stay at home as much as possible
- Make a conscious effort to maintain 6-10 feet spacing between yourself and others at all times when in public
- Minimalize in-person social contact/social engagement, especially indoors
- Try to shop at times when there are fewer people
- If you are able, contact your employer and ask about working from home
For additional guidance, visit http://coronavirus.wasatch.utah.gov/.
Tips for successful online learning can be found at https://www.wasatch.edu/OnlineLearning.
Actualización sobre el cierre de escuelas del Distrito Escolar del Condado de Wasatch (WCSD) - 24 de marzo de 2020
A nuestra comunidad del Distrito Escolar del Condado de Wasatch:
Como ya sabrán, el gobernador Gary R. Herbert y el superintendente estatal Syd Dickson anunciaron ayer que las escuelas públicas de Jardín Infantil a 12° grado de Utah extenderán el cierre de sus puertas hasta el viernes 1 de mayo. Estas agencias continuarán evaluando la situación para determinar cómo se procederá durante el resto del año escolar.
Durante el cierre, el Distrito Escolar del Condado de Wasatch continuará participando en la instrucción en línea en el hogar. Elogiamos tanto al personal como a los padres por su capacidad de adaptarse a una nueva y cambiante definición de "escuela", y los alentamos a que continúen apoyando la educación de sus hijo durante el cierre.
El programa de distribución de almuerzos escolares continuará en las escuelas Daniels Canyon, Heber Valley, J.R. Smith, la Escuela Intermedia Midway y la Escuela Intermedia Timpanogos. La distribución se llevará a cabo todos los días escolares de 11 a.m. a 12:30 p.m. Los estudiantes del distrito pueden recoger el almuerzo en cualquier de las escuelas participantes.
Las fechas programadas para las vacaciones de primavera del 6 al 10 de abril permanecen en pie, por lo que no habrá ningún programa de instrucción o almuerzo durante esas fechas.
Como recordatorio, a partir del jueves, se levantará la cuarentena en la Escuela Secundaria Wasatch (WHS). Se espera que los estudiantes sigan las pautas establecidas por el Departamento de Salud del Condado de Wasatch para ayudar a nuestra comunidad a mantenerse saludable durante este tiempo:
- Evitar viajes no esenciales; quedarse en casa tanto como sea posible.
- Hacer un esfuerzo consciente para mantener un espacio de 6-10 pies con las demás personas en todo momento mientras se encuentre en público
- Minimizar el contacto social en persona/interacción especialmente en interiores
- Intentar realizar las compras en momentos en que haya menos personas
- Si es posible, comuníquese con su empleador y pregúntele si puede trabajar desde su casa.
Para obtener orientación adicional, visite http://coronavirus.wasatch.utah.gov/.
Puede encontrar consejos sobre cómo lograr un aprendizaje en línea exitoso en Wasatch.edu.
NEW STUDENTS ENTERING RMMS
What to Expect at Enrollment (this is a 3 day process)
Register online at https://sisweb.wasatch.edu/Students/Register/SelectStudent
After online registration come to the school and bring with you
Proof of Immunizations
Your student will then take a reading test for 20-30 minutes
After the test you will meet with a counselor to create a schedule.
Schedule an appointment for the next day with our Digital Den
Meet with the Digital Den for a short training and if it is ready receive your student’s iPad.
Visit with financial secretary and pay student fees.
Take a tour of the school
Begin school - if you didn't receive your IPad on day 2 pick it up today
WELCOME TO RMMS- HOME OF THE GRIZZLIES!
IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS FOR 7th GRADE ENTRY
Your student is currently due for the following Immunizations for 7th grade entry:
This is a State requirement unless you have an Exemption form that
specifically says, “ALL IMMUNIZATIONS ARE EXEMPT”.
Please PROVIDE proof of the Immunizations to RMMS in one of the following ways:
- Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fax: 435-654-9343
****Rocky Mountain Middle School complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and all regulations adopted pursuant to such section, to that end, no person in the United States shall, on the ground of handicap, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity of Rocky Mountain Middle School. Contact your school principal with any questions or concerns at (435) 654-9350.