Rolling Hills Middle School

School News

Updated Thu, Oct 12th
Updated Fri, Oct 20th
Updated Tue, Sep 5th

Dear RHMS Families,

In your green envelope you received a flyer for the new PTA Announcement and Community Groups.  For reasons Google For Business Support has not been able to resolve, many people are not finding the groups when they search for them.  Please follow the links below and click 

“Subscribe to this group” then enter your email and click on the “I am not a robot” spam security box.  Your email will be sent to the list moderators (RHMS PTA Exec Board Members) for approval.  You will be added within a few days.  

We apologize for the inconvenience getting this new communication method started.   The RHMS PTA sincerely hopes these email groups will help keep parents and students aware of PTA sponsored events for both families and students.   Please also visit the PTA website regularly:

Click here to subscribe to RHMS PTA Announcement Group.!forum/rhms-pta-announce

Click here to subscribe to RHMS PTA Community Group!forum/rhms-pta-community

If the links are not live, please copy and paste into a new browser page. 

Thank you for your participation,
RHMS PTA Executive Board 2017-18 Volunteers.

Updated Wed, Sep 13th

Special Back to School Yearbook Offer:  Get up to four FREE cover icons of your choice when you order a Rolling Hills yearbook AND personalize the cover with your child’s name. See the ATTACHED FLIER for more information and order your child’s yearbook TODAY at

This special Back to School Offer ends this Friday, September 8, 2017.  If you have any questions, please contact the Yearbook Advisor, Lori Bertolucci, at lbertolucci [at] (lbertolucci [at]

Updated Wed, Aug 30th

Welcome back! It was wonderful to see the kids after the long summer break. It’s always fun to see how our students grow and change over the summer. A new school year can be a challenging time for young adults. Parents frequently feel their child pull away at the beginning of the year, especially when they want to spend more time with their friends. Keeping your rules consistent at home helps create an atmosphere that supports your child throughout the school year. Changes in routines are best after parent/child discussions, with agreements by all parties involved.

While the first few weeks of school are always an adjustment for everyone: waking up early, packing a lunch, turning in papers, and finding classrooms, just to name a few things. Here in the office, it also means balancing classes and changing schedules. Thank you for all your patience as we filter through the first few weeks of school making adjustments to everything.

Here are a few reminders:

  • Please call the attendance line if your child is not coming to school
  • Let you child know if you’re dropping off their lunch (announcements disrupt instructional time)
  • We don’t accept Door Dash for students
  • Medication must be stored in the office with a CUSD medical authorization form
  • Cell phones are not to be visible once your child enters the gates of school
  • Please don’t call or text your child on their cell expecting an answer- all phones are required to be off
  • Always pull your vehicle forward in the pick-up zones after school


Updated Wed, Aug 30th

The community is invited to help choose a final name for a new school being created for students in Transitional Kindergarten (TK) through Eighth Grade.

With the Governing Board’s approval of the TK-8 implementation plan this summer, staff is continuing the work of creating a new educational option for Campbell Union School District families.  Among those tasks: what to name it. 

The District is asking employees, parents, and other members of the community to take a 3-question survey to help choose the name of the school, which will open next August (2018) to grades TK-4th and will add upper grades in subsequent years. CUSD Students in grades 3-7 will also have the chance to participate at school through an internal, secure version of the survey.

Name the School Survey (English & Español) 


Updated Wed, Aug 30th

A Message from Superintendent Shelly Viramontez

The recent events in Charlottesville and other divisive and hate-filled exchanges remind us of the importance of creating an inclusive and caring environment for our students, families and the surrounding community.

Building positive relationships is a key value for us in Campbell Union School District. In fact, preparing our students for successful futures requires that we teach them to be inclusive and to create positive relationships despite perceived differences.

We demonstrate that value through our commitment to inclusion, our intolerance of harassment and bullying of any kind, and our efforts to maintain positive learning environments for everyone in our schools.

In this way, we create:

  • Better decisions through inclusiveness. We encourage inclusiveness in our decision-making, and benefit from the diverse perspectives of our many advisory committee members;
  • Greater tolerance and respect for each other. Our employees and students represent diverse ethnicities, languages, and cultures, which we acknowledge as we celebrate what we have in common.
  • Effective and enduring education for students. The collaboration between our special education and general education staff as they help children gain the skills they will need for success in their lives beyond school.

Celebrating and respecting our diversity is essential to our charge of developing in our young students the empathy, compassion and other skills and knowledge they will need to meet the demands of their future – to ensure they are prepared for the challenges of college and career.  It is an awesome responsibility that we take very seriously.  

“Diversity is about all of us, and about us having to figure out how to walk through this world together.”  
(Author Jacqueline Woodson) 

Updated Thu, Aug 24th

Board Meeting News for August 17, 2017. Updates on Transformation and Strategic Plan

Click on the Board Meeting News e-flyer link to see a summary of August 2017 Governing Board presentations about District progress with creating a new school for TK-8th graders and about meeting our strategic goals.  

More information is available on the District Governing Board's webpage. (

Updated Fri, Sep 1st

Don't miss this Saturday morning event where parents and family members can:

  • Connect with other parents;
  • Gain practical tips for parenting and school success; and
  • Give their child an educational edge.

More details are coming soon to your school and online at

Updated Sat, Aug 12th

Please call our attendance office in advance of picking up your student for a mid-day appointment.  We'll have the student ready when you arrive.  
408-341-7061 (Attendance Recorder), or 408-364-4235 X5158 (Attendance Office).

Bell Schedule

  • Period 1 8:30–9:27
  • Period 2 9:31–10:25
  • Break 10:25–10:35
  • Period 3 10:38–11:33
  • Period 4 11:37–12:31
  • Lunch 12:31–1:01
  • Period 5 1:05–1:59
  • Period 6 2:03–2:57
  • Period 1 8:30–9:27
  • Period 2 9:31–10:25
  • Break 10:25–10:35
  • Period 3 10:38–11:33
  • Lunch 11:33–12:03
  • Period 4 12:06–1:01
  • Period 5 1:05–1:59
  • Period 6 2:03–2:57
  • Period 1 8:30–9:15
  • Period 2 9:18–10:03
  • Break 10:03–10:13
  • Period 3 10:17–11:01
  • Period 4 11:05–11:49
  • Lunch 11:49–12:19
  • Period 5 12:23–1:07
  • Period 6 1:11–1:55

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