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  • Parents,

    Starting February 14th, RMMS Counselors will be meeting with each 8th grade student and their parent in an individual Planfor College and Career Readiness meeting.  

    During this meeting, students will choose classes for their 9th grade year.  We will also be discussing strategies to help all students be successful at Wasatch High School.    

    Please watch this short video explaining the PCCR meeting before coming in with your student. A link to the 9th grade course offerings is also listed.

    8th Grade PCCR Information Video

    9th Grade Course Offerings

    **Please click on the link below to sign up for an 8th grade PCCR meeting with your student's assigned Counselor:

    8th Grade PCCR Sign Ups





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    Weekly Newsletter
    Read for upcoming information and ways to participate in things happening here at RMMS!

    ENGLISH - 2.11.19

    SPANISH - 2.11.19



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  • Girls on the Run logo

    Girls on the Run / Heart and Sole at RMMS

    Girls on the Run is an after-school youth development program for girls 3rd–8th grade. The 12-week curriculum creatively weaves training for a 5k run with lessons that empower girls to celebrate their bodies, honor their voices and embrace their gifts. Find more information by clicking HERE

    RMMS is looking for a head coach, assist coach and any volunteer or running buddies that we can find. GOR will run through March 11- June 1. Please take a look at the information packet that is attached. If you are interested in helping out please contact Megan Leirfallom at (435) 654-9350 x 2654



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  • Do you want to receive important information by a TEXT?

    CLICK HERE to learn how to sign up.

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  • Black and Gold RMMS Calendar

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  • Bell Schedule 2018-19

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  • 2018-19 RMMS Registration School Fees

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  • Options to pay:


    Send check to:
    800 School House Way
    Heber City, UT 84032


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  • Fee Wavier Application

    If you qualify for fee wavier please print form fill it out and bring it to the school for approval



    Fee Wavier Information

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  • Student Registration Link

     **New Students will take a short reading assessment to help with class placement.

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    Information for ALL NEW STUDENTS:
    Never attended at a WCSD School

    Welcome to the valley!  We are excited that you have chosen such a beautiful place to live.As a new student, there are a few steps that must be followed to ensure that you are properly enrolled.

    •  Step 1 – Click this enrollment link follow the instructions to fill out the required forms and submit them.
    • Step 2 – You will then need to come by the school to show your birth certificate and proof of immunizations. Student must be accompanied by his/her parent.
    •  Step 3 - The Registrar will then verify your information and pull up the forms that you filled out online. She will print them out and create a file for you.
    •  Step 4 – Once you have received clearance from our Registrar, your child will take a 20 minute reading test for class placement. Then be able to meet with our counselors to set up a schedule.
    •  Step 5 – Go to the Cashier’s Office to pay your registration fees.

     And that’s it! You are now an official student enrolled at Rocky Mountain Middle School!!

    If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 435-654-9350.


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    Immunization Requirements for all NEW students and 7th graders for the 2018-2019 school year. Please read more about this HERE
    Options to provide proof of Immunizations
    Email: RMMS -
    Fax: 435-654-9343
    Bring it to RMMS


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    We are happy to announce our new anonymous way of reporting bullying.The link below provides a simple and anonymous way to report bullying behavior either experienced or observed to those who need to know.  

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  • ****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.


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    Principal's Message


    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. 

    Justin Kelly

    Email Address:
    Phone Number: 435-654-9350 ext. 2601