Rolling Hills Middle School

School News

Updated Tue, Sep 17th

Starting Monday, September 23rd and continuing through Friday, September 27th, students will be taking the CUSD iReady assessment.  An adaptive, online measure of reading and math, results are used by teachers to futher taylor instruction for each student and will be shared with families during Conference Week (October 7-11).

As we believe that all of our students are all of our students, our site will have a schoolwide testing schedule again this year.  Portions of every period will be removed to create a block of time where all staff proctors the assessment to all students in specific locations.  Sixth graders will take the assessement with their second period teachers, while upper grade students will take the asssessment with their third period teachers.

The overall reading score is broken down into several components, including phonemic awareness, phonics, high-frequency words, vocabulary, comprehension (literature), and comprehension (informational).

Similarly, the overall math score is broken down into components, including numbers and operation, algebraic thinking, meausrement and data, and geometry.

It is important to remember that iReady is a form of assessment, not the form of assessment.  Presentations, projects, labs, expressive writing, and the like are additional ways students demonstrate their learning and growth.

Updated Tue, Sep 17th

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!

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Updated Wed, Sep 11th

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 Tue, Sep 17th

All student athletes are to maintain positve grades and behaviors.  A completed sports packet, found at, is required.


No tryouts!  Everyone makes the team!  Interested wrestlers and their families may attend the RHMS Wrestling Open House on 9/27 at 6:00 pm in K-2 to hear about the program model for this season.

Cross County:

No tryouts!  Everyone makes the team!  Interested runners need to see Mr. Ramos in A1 and pick up a Cross Country packet.  First day of practice is 9/3/19 from 3:15 to 4:15.

Girls Soccer:

6/7 Team tryouts start 8/26 from 3:15 to 5:00 and end on 8/28 on the PE fields.

8 Team tryouts start 8/26 from 3:15 to 5:00 and end on 8/28 on the PE fields.

Bring cleats, athletic or PE clothes, and water.

Boys Volleyball:

6/7 Team tryouts start 8/26 from 4:45 to 6:15 in the gym.

8 Team tryouts start 8/26 from 3:15 to 4:45.

(7th graders who wish to tryout for the 8th grade team are welcome to attend the 8th grade time.)


Student informational meeting in the gym during lunch on 8/28.  Tryouts are 9/3 - 9/6 from 3:30 to 4:30 in the quad.

Updated Wed, Sep 18th

The School Site Council is an advisory group which participates in the development of the school site plan.  If you are interested in having your name placed on the ballot, please complete the PDF iconSchool Site Nomination Form and return to the Rolling Hills Middle School  office, or email it to Sue Odom, SOdom [at]

The SSC meets at RHMS 6 to 7 times during the school year.  For more information, please contact the school office.  

Updated Mon, Sep 16th

All CUSD schools will dismiss two hours earlier during conference week, October 7 - 11.  RHMS will dismiss at 1:08 all week.

Conference information will be forthcoming!  

Updated Tue, Sep 17th

An opportunity to meet teachers with whom you and your children will form strong bonds this year, we hope to see hundreds of faces on Thursday, September 12th.  As the evening is geared for parents, we ask that students remain home unless there is a pressing issue.

Students received forms Wednesday after school that detail the evening’s schedule.  Please ask your child for that personalized schedule.  Starting promptly at 6:00 in your child's first period class, there will be a schoolwide video sharing general information and school goals.

In anticipation of the event, please complete and download the Seesaw Family App.  We will be exploring the best ways to utilize this tool at middle school over the coming months.  Teachers will provide a code that is unique to their class that evening.

Finally, so that we may better prepare for the event itself, please fill out the Google Form letting us know how many adults will attend and in what grade/s your child or children are enrolled.

Updated Tue, Sep 17th

If you missed ordering pictures, you may order online at   

Picture make-up day will be October 17


Our middle school student ID cards will have new information on the back. 

A law that went into effect in July requires that we print the number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline on student ID cards for seventh- through 12th-graders in public, private and charter schools.

That number is 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

The law also says that student IDs may have information on the Crisis Text Line — which can be reached by texting HOME to 741741 — as well as local suicide prevention resources.

Updated Fri, Sep 6th

Lights.  Camera.  Action.  We have been preparing for the opening of school for several weeks.  The stage is set.  The curtain has opened.  Along with teachers and staff, WEB leaders will be welcoming everyone at a variety of entrance points.

There is much to accomplish this year, namely learning in a caring, respsonsible, and safe environment.  Your children are encouraged to strike up new friendships, be open to exploring new content, and recommit to doing their best this year.  Please communicate with your children and our teachers, as we want there to be dialogue.

In an effort to foster a smooth transition back to school, please be advised of the following:

  • With the new bus stop off Pollard, please plan accordingly.  Remember school starts at 8:35.
  • Please be cautious of pedestrians, bicyclists, and each other.
  • Uncollected schedules will be available in the cafeteria starting at 7:30 in the morning.
  • Establish a pick up time and location with your child over breakfast.