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Upcoming Events

Welcome to 2020-2021

Watch a video announcement as we prepare for the school year!

Hello, families! Mrs. Vanderbosch and I are excited to be spending time with you all this year. The office staff is preparing lists and classes, teachers are tweaking their instructional plans, and we are busy putting the final pieces into place. We hope you find this video to be informational, potentially even a little lighthearted, during these times and that you check your emails regularly in the coming days as we share more specific details about our school year.

Watch the link.

Summer Information

Important websites, suggestions, and dates to keep in mind so that summer may remain structured and healthy for kids.

While we welcome summer, we recognize that this summer is full of uncertainty.... and that is not easy for anyone.

Learning continues all summer long!
To support, CUSD has created Choice Boards... suggested activities aimed at touching upon academics, physical health, and emotional well-being.  The following link takes families to the COVID-19 Resource page.  Under "Weekly Enrichment," families will find suggest academic activities that are grouped by grade level.  Further down, families will find a "Wellness Focus" and a "Weekly Wellness Activities" link.  These are aimed at supporting our students' social emotional development.

Additionally, RHMS has a year subscription to the online IXL math program.

There are also a number of novels from which to choose at the Santa Clara County Library.  It is our understanding they have e-Books as well as potentially curbside pick up.  For more information, please contact the Santa Clara County Library system.

Walking and running and biking are all healthy activities that are proven to keep us physically and emotionally healthy.  There are also dozens of websites that feature at home workouts, such as those based upon the HIIT concept, high intensity interval training.

While we will be working to define the opening of school, we do know that students' first official day is Thursday, August 20th.

As the state, county, and CUSD make decisions that impact RHMS, we will be sharing them via our website and School Messenger.  Please check your email every few weeks for updates.  If you should have any questions, you may reach out to the district office at 408-364-4200.

We appreciate all that you do to support your children, and we wish you all a happy and safe summer.

Mr. Cribari and Mrs. Vanderbosch

2019-2020 Promotion

Congratulations Eagles! Rolling Hills is proud of your efforts!

While we miss the glamor and glitz of a live promotion ceremony, we hope that you are able to enjoy what teachers put together for you!  Go forward, and know that you've accomplished so much!

Be proud.  Be kind.  Be goal-oriented.  Be yourself.

With respect,

Rolling Hills Middle School

Information for the Week of June 8th

There is much to share as we wind down our 2019-2020 school year.

There are many videos and links for students and families this week.  We hope the information helps everyone navigate the last several days of school and into the summer.

At this point, we expect our yearbook shipment to arrive from Tennessee late this week.  There is no ETA for the 8th Grade Panorama Picture.  We will communicate with all families the manner in which you may collect one or both of these once we confirm receipt and determine quantities.  There are a few dozen extra yearbooks for interested families that may be purchased at school.

Video for all students

Flexible Learning Option for all students

Video for 8th Grade Drop off and Pick Up

End of the School Year Procedures and Schedules

Attached are important documents for our families to follow as students return and collect items.

So that we may have oversight as nearly 1050 students potentially arrive at RHMS over the next two weeks, we ask that families do everything they can to follow the assigned dates and times.

Please take a glance at the schedule and what we suggest students return.  For very specific items, teachers are sending reminders on Google Classroom and SeeSaw.

If you can have your child's name on a piece of paper taped to the passenger side window, this will help us immensely.

Should students need to enter campus to collect anything, cars will be directed to a second parking lot.  With facial covering, students will line up on taped markers along the office wall and be allowed entrance in very limited numbers.  Their exit will be directly into that same parking lot.

Please be mindful that yearbooks have yet to arrive, as the publisher's California plant was not able to operate for several weeks.  We will communicate with families when they arrive.