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CAASPP Testing Schedule For 6th Graders


CAASPP Testing This Week For


6th Graders 



The Test Is Being Administered In The English Core Classes




Monday (4-14) - Performance Task Classroom Activity

(Growth and Expansion)


Tuesday (4-15) - Performance Task Part 1


Wednesday (4-16) - Performance Task Part 2


Thursday (4-17) - English Test (Non-Performance Task)


Friday (4-18) - Math Test (Non-Performance Task)



Posted by: Andy Baker
Published: 4/14/14



The End Of The School Year


Is Quickly Approaching!



To View A List Of The End Of The Year


Activities And Their Dates



Posted by: Andy Baker
Published: 4/9/14

Special Announcement


During CAASPP Testing

(April 14 to May 2)


Students will be able to enjoy a delicious


and nutritious breakfast from the cafeteria




good luck with the tests!

Posted by: Andy Baker
Published: 4/9/14


The Smarter Balanced Assessment Field Test


For RMS Begins On Monday, April 14 


This Series Of Computer-Based Tests Is Known As The

California Assessment Of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP)


For more information, please click on the link below


CAASPP Parent Letter English Click HERE

CAASPP Parent Letter Spanish Click HERE


Scheduling information will be available on the website soon

Posted by: Andy Baker
Published: 4/8/14


ATTENTION PARENTS OF NEW STUDENTS ~ We are offering campus tours on Monday mornings from 8:00am-8:30am and 3:45pm-4:15pm through the end of the school year. Reservations are not required, but encouraged. Please call the school at 760-726-8003 to register for a tour. We look forward to meeting you and showing you all the exciting classes and activities we have to offer.

Posted by: Sharon Bell
Published: 4/2/14

School Safety Changes

“Improvements to School Safety Practices on the Way”

There is nothing more important to us as a district than the safety of our school communities, and to improve in this area, changes have been made to district board and administrative policy.  To ensure the smooth implementation of these changes, we believe it is important to communicate at both the district and site levels, so this is the first of several communications about this topic as we move toward implementing these changes over the next few months.

Our Districtwide emphasis on school safety includes the following:

  • Before and after school, only students and staff will be allowed inside the campus perimeter.
  • Parents can access staff, as they normally would, via the sign in/sign out procedure in the office for meetings and other routine needs. 
  • The gates to our school will be locked promptly at 8:05am
  • While in session, school perimeters will be secure and locked.
  • During arrival and dismissal, open gate areas will be supervised.
  • Employees will wear their employee badges.
  • Student release during the school day will be standardized and is as follows:
    •   Students shall be released during the school day only to the custody of an adult in possession of a valid, government issued photo identification card and if:
      • The adult is the student’s custodial parent/guardian
      • The adult has been authorized on the student’s emergency card as someone to whom the student may be released with authorization from the custodial parent/guardian or when the custodial parent/guardian cannot be reached, and the principal or designee verifies the adult’s identity
      • The adult is an authorized law enforcement officer acting in accordance with law
      • The adult is taking the student to emergency medical care at the request of the principal or designee

We want to thank our community for sharing this value of safety, and though some of procedures may take some getting used to, they are for the benefit of our students, staff, and parents. 

Posted by: Andy Baker
Published: 2/19/14

Middle School Boundaries Are Changing For Fall 2014


Middle School Attendance Areas Have Been Re-

Aligned.  What does this Mean for My 5th, 6th, and

7th Grade Children?

What is the New Magnet Middle School and Where is it?

A new school is opening in the district in a familiar place but with a new vision--Washington Middle School will close at the end of the 2013/2014 school year. In its place, a brand-new magnet school, named, the Vista Innovation and Design Academy (VIDA) will open.  VIDA will be the second magnet middle school in the district, joining the highly-successful, Vista Magnet Middle School.  The school has a mascot--the Sharks--and a new website: www.vida.vistausd.org .

What do the New Attendance Areas Look Like for Middle Schools?
Since VIDA is becoming a magnet school, the attendance areas for Roosevelt, Rancho Minerva, and Madison Middle Schools have been re-aligned.  In short, the attendance areas for these three schools have become larger, but their school sizes are expected to remain about the same. 

Current students at all of the middle schools will get to remain at their current schools, should they choose to do so.

A committee, comprised of representatives from each of the middle schools, met to make recommendations on the realignment process, and the Board of Trustees approved their recommendation at the January 16, 2014 Board meeting.

We are excited to offer families fantastic middle schools and choices.  Stay tuned for updates from our middle schools.

Please see the attached Middle School Boundaries Map.


Posted by: Andy Baker
Published: 2/6/14

Special Announcement - RMS to participate in case study

RMS Participates in Educational Technology

Ethnographic Case Study with PARC,

a Xerox Company

Click Here For More Details



Posted by: Andy Baker
Published: 12/4/13

Roosevelt Middle School Handbook (13-14)

The Roosevelt Middle School Handbook

Contains All Behavior Expectations

For Students

Click on the attachment to view or download the handbook!

Posted by: Andy Baker
Published: 8/20/13

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