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    Dr. McMillon

     

    Dr. Robin McMillon - Proud RMS Principal

    I want to take this opportunity to welcome you and your family to a new academic school year. The 20-21 school year will start with the initiation of the RUSD Bridge Academy Distance Learning model and eventually transition to a hybrid instructional model once the county and state health experts deem it’s safe to return to site-based instruction on campus.

    During the RUSD Bridge Distance Learning instructional model, all students at Rialto Middle School will receive daily direct instruction from their classroom teachers. Unlike the 19-20 spring semester distance learning program, all students must actively participate in daily instruction as grades will be assigned, and attendance will be taken during every instructional period. If at any time your student is unable to attend their assigned distance learning classes, please make direct contact with their classroom teachers and develop a plan to ensure your student has an opportunity to make up any missed assignments.

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  • RUSD Sock Drive

    Join Rialto USD school sites and departments in a special sock drive to make sure our students and their families stay warm this winter. Drop off at any school site, District Office, or Chavez/Huerta Center for Education from 8:00am - 3:00pm - Monday - Friday

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Distance Learning Vs. Hybrid

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    UPDATE: Deadline extended to Friday Nov 13th @ 4pm

  • Hybrid vs. Bridge Academy - What is the best option for your family?
  • Make an Informed Decision - What are the Community Risks of COVID-19?
  • Confirm Your Decision in ParentVUE - Deadline is Friday, November 6!

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