Rolling Hills Middle School

School News

Updated Sun, May 17th

Hello, families!  We know there are many questions, as we find ourselves halfway through May.  We are pleased to share a variety of video messages this week to help clarify what we know and how families and students may prepare.

A summary of our methods to wind down the school year is here for all see.  Video for all.

Information that is specific to our 8th graders is here for all to see.  Video for 8th grade.

Information that is specific to our 6th and 7th graders is here for all to see.  Video for 6th and 7th grade.

While the video announcements will help clarify our end-of-the-year plans, flyers with specific details will be shared on a variety of platforms with students and guardians by Wednesday afternoon of this week.  Platforms will include Google Classroom, SeeSaw, and email.

We hope you're all well.

Mr. Cribari and Mrs. Vanderbosch

Updated Sun, May 10th

Welcome to the week of May 11th!  Here is a video aimed at sharing our goals for the week, as well as being open about planning for the end of this academic year and the opening of next year.

We are eager to continue our progress, working together to support everyone.

Enjoy your week, all!

Mr. Cribari and Mrs. Vanderbosch

Updated Sun, May 3rd

Good morning, Eagles.  We are glad that you are online and reading this!  A video to preview is here.

This week, students will receive a Thought Exchange link to help us better understand what Distance Learning is like from the perspectives of our students.  It is vital that we hear from them, as we want to determine what has been successful and what we can improve upon for the remainder of the year.

Please make it a point to attend Zoom meetings that teachers host.  It is important to us that we stay connected with you!

We miss you.

Mr. Cribari and Mrs. Vanderbosch

Updated Fri, May 1st
Students in seventh grade will be taking the California Healthy Kids Survey on May 11th.  This survey measures school connectedness, school climate, school safety, and student well-being.  The information from the survey helps us plan programs and activities aimed at supporting all students.
If you do not want your child to participate in this survey, please email or call Ms.  Vanderbosch at avanderbosch [at] campbellusd.org by Friday May 11th.  A copy of the survey is below:
Updated Wed, Apr 29th

We hope you're well!

Updated Wed, Apr 29th

Hello, RHMS families.  Last week's video had well over 100 students actively email me the Justin Timberlake song title.  We will try to do something fun like that on a weekly basis.  This week, we are working on a message to students embedded in a staff collage.

A new video that describes some of the happenings for this week and a request of you all is here.  (My apologies that the family dog had no desire to be a participant.)

Be safe, and be well.

Mr. Cribari and Mrs. Vanderbosch

Updated Wed, Apr 29th

Welcome to the week of April 20th.  This video helps explain some of the expectations for the week.  There is a challenge for students and a cameo of Milo Cribari at the very, very end.  As a teaser, Milo doesn't like to dance.

This screencast will also help you navigate the Power School updates that were made over the weekend.

On behalf of the RHMS staff, we wish you well, and we encourage you to reach out to teachers with compliments, questions, and concerns.

Be well.

Mr. Cribari and Mrs. Vanderbosch

Updated Wed, Apr 29th

Good morning families...

This screencast will help better undertand some important academic and emotional supports for our community of learners.  An important note is that there will be updates to the PowerSchool portion of this screencast as early as next week, when updates are completed making PowerSchool better reflect Distance Learning.

Should you notice a change in your child's emotional well-being, please click here to reach our lead counselor, Ms. Gotuaco.

Should you have specific questions for your child's teachers, we encourage you to reach out to them.

Thank you for all your support.  We will continue to update you as decisions are made.

Have a safe and happy day.

Mr. Cribari

Updated Wed, Apr 29th

We hope you had a restful Spring Break and are excited about getting back into a schedule.  This video details the coming week for student and shares some insight into what else is being considered.

Updated Wed, Apr 29th

As we move to Distance Learning districtwide on April 13th, RHMS looks to pilot certain aspects of it this week.  See here...  Video

We encourage students to still maintain a schedule and to communicate with their teachers.  While lessons are aimed at 30 minutes, in rare instances some may last 45 minutes.  Thirty minute lessons would look like...

Periods 1 and 2 from 8:30 to 9:30

Break

Periods 3 and 4 from 9:45 to 10:45

Break

Periods 5 and 6 from 11:00 to 12:00

Tech Free Hour

Communicate with others

Household Chores

We thank families for the collective support of our students during this time and encourage you to reach out to teachers if there is a need we may address.