Rolling Hills Middle School

School News

Updated Wed, Nov 6th

On November 12th from 6:30 to 7:30 in the RHMS Gym, the Santa Clara County Office of Education will share information aimed at helping parents help children navigate the online world.

Updated Tue, Nov 5th

Join other RHMS families at this month's
PTA Family Dine Out Event

November 12
The Garret Station

PRINT THIS FLYER or mention you're with RHMS at the counter and Garret Station will donate 10% of the proceeds to the RHMS PTA in support of  events and activities at our school.

Updated Wed, Oct 30th

If you are interested in being an additional positive adult in our kids' lives, we would love to have you join us during lunch to supervise and mentor our students.  If there is consistency in your ability to volunteer, CUSD asks that you provide proof a clear TB test.

If this interests you, please sign up here.  We'll have vest, walkie talkie, and a cup of coffee waiting for you!

Updated Mon, Nov 4th

Eighth Graders:  Turn in your baby picture before 3:15 on Friday, November 8!  Pictures will be included in the 2019-2020 RHMS Yearbook. 

Turn in to Mr. Nguyen in M4, or email to HoaNguyen [at] Campbellusd.orgHoaNguyen [at]">

Updated Wed, Sep 25th

Clubs and athletics run year round at RHMS.  We have done our best to gather all potential clubs in a single document and share it with families here.  In some instances, there is a minimum and maximum number of participants for a club to be fully functional.  For further details, we encourage you or your child to contact the office, look at campus shadowboxes, and check classroom exits where information is displayed.

Updated Wed, Nov 6th

Supported by our CUSD Board, RHMS is the second school to provide take-home Chromebooks for its students.  This initiative has several aims, not the least of which is to provide a platform for immediate and more personalized learning.

At this point, sixth grade and seventh grade students have Chromebooks assigned to them, and eighth graders will follow on 11/04/19.

Recognizing that we need to provide our students with the context and the skills for this online world, departments will provide Common Sense Media lessons on a monthly basis.  Lessons will involve one's digital footprint, safe searches, and cyber-bullying to name three.

While we want our students to have access to learning in our digital world, we also want to instill in our students the skills required to be social and to be kids.  With that, much like our cell-phone policy, Chromebooks will only be used in an instructional setting.  At break and lunch, students will communicate and play much like they always have.

To further support this initiative, on November 12th, in the RHMS gymnasium, there is a presentation from the Santa Clara Office of Education called Connected Parents, How to Keep Our Children Safe, Happy, and Healthy in the Digital Age.  It starts at 6:30 pm and concludes at 7:30 pm.

Updated Wed, Oct 30th

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Updated Thu, Oct 17th

Picture retake day is Thursday, October 17. 

Students who have not yet had a photo taken will automatically be photographed -- you may pre-order photos online at    RHMS school code  BY419423Q1

If you'd like to have your student's picture retaken, please send the original picture packet back to school on October 17.  Your student will be photographed during their PE period.

Updated Wed, Oct 9th

The Santa Clara Valley Water District (Valley Water) reminds us that construction continues at the Rinconada Water Treatment Plant located at 400 More Avenue, less than a mile from Rolling Hills Middle School.  Trucks directly associated with the project construction have traffic restrictions in place to maintain a safe environment for students, parents and commuters as they drive near our school.

Please see the LINKED LETTER for details about restrictions for construction trucks and how to report violations.