RRISD Climate Surveys:
Parent Links: English Version Spanish Version
Student Link: 2014 Middle School Student Survey
The Ridgeview Cafeteria is conducting a survey between now and March 10th to help improve services to the campus. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey. Cafeteria Survey
Worth the Wait Letter - Students - if you have not turned in your Worth the wait letter or have lost it, here is a digital version - Worth the Wait Letter
House Bill 5 and Algebra Students: In order to comply with the federal requirements, the Commissioner of Education has notified us that those middle school students who are enrolled in, and will be tested in, Algebra I will also need to take the STAAR Math test for their enrolled grade level. The STAAR Math grade level test will be used to satisfy the middle school test requirement, and the Algebra I EOC test results will be used to satisfy the high school math testing requirement in a subsequent year. Read the rest of the letter.
Principal Coffee: Ms. Spicer and the Counseling department held a parent informational meetings for current 6th and 7th graders to discuss course options for next year. If you were unable to make it, the event was recorded and can be seen here:
Check out the RMS Panther Press Online. The newspaper staff has been working hard writing stories. Leave us a comment and let us know what you think. www.rmspantherpress.com
Attention Future Male Athletes: Anyone interested in playing sports in the boy's athletics program next year needs to fill this form out.
Changes to Grading Periods: Round Rock ISD will be making an adjustment to the six-weeks grading period due to the recent bad weather days. Originally scheduled to end on February 14, the fourth six-weeks grading period will be pushed back one week and will now end February 21. The fifth six-weeks will begin on February 24 and will end on April 11 as stated on the district calendar.
As you are aware, the district cancelled classes on January 24, 28 and February 7 due to inclement weather. The change to the academic calendar is necessary to reflect a more balanced schedule between the 4th six weeks grading period and the 5th six weeks grading periods. Please know that UIL eligibility will be adjusted according to the calendar changes.