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Principal: Casey McMurray Assistant Principal: Sean Anglon
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A School to Watch!
Local School Celebrates Re-designation as One of California’s Schools to Watch
Milpitas, Calif. –Students, staff, parents, district leaders, school board members and community members are celebrating the re-designation of Rancho Milpitas Middle School as one of California’s Schools to Watch-Taking Center Stage model middle schools.
“We are thrilled to have received this recognition,” said Principal Leticia Villa-Gascon. “Our staff and students have worked very hard in an exciting and challenging middle school program to demonstrate strong student achievement. This re-designation is an affirmation of the fine work so many have done in the school, district and larger community.”
Dr. Irvin Howard, President of the National Forum to Accelerate Middle Grades Reform, noted, “Rancho Milpitas Middle School is a model of what an outstanding middle school can be. School leaders from across the state will now turn to Rancho Milpitas Middle School for guidance on improving their programs to better serve their students.”
Rancho Milpitas Middle School serves seventh to eight grade students in the Milpitas Unified School District. California’s Schools to Watch-Taking Center Stage program uses a competitive, rigorous review process to identify high performing, high impact middle schools so that all middle schools may have models of real-world success. Rancho Milpitas Middle School is one of just of 59 model schools that have been identified statewide since 2003.
The program is provided by the California Middle Grades Alliance, which includes the California League of Middle Schools (CLMS; the lead agency), California Department of Education, and other statewide educational organizations who are partners in the California Middle Grades Alliance. For more information on the program, contact Dr. Irvin Howard, director, at (951) 318-7515 or [email protected] or contact Katie Winchell, director of communications, CLMS, at (800) 326-1880 or [email protected]; or visit www.clms.net/stw.
Video Links Problem
Several places in our site have video in them. If you are not seeing them, it's because you are on our secure site instead of the non secure site.
Look at the URL of our site at the top of your web browser. If it begins with HTTPS, that's the problem. Take off the the S and refresh the page to see our videos. If you log in to something on the site, the HTTPS will return.
For more on the difference between HTTP and HTTPS, visit this link: Snopes.com
Parent Registration on School Loop
School Loop registration is now available. Parents, please follow these directions to register:
1) Click on the blue "Register Now" button in the top left corner of this page.
3) Complete the Parent Registration form. To complete this form, you will need your student’s ID number.
4) Once you have registered, your account must be approved for access to grades. The approval process may take up to 48 hours.
5) Once you have been approved you will have access to the grades that teachers have published.
6) For questions or assistance, please call the school office at 408-635-2656.
The Spark Shirt is meant to recognize members of the Rancho community who have "shared their spark" in order to make an impact on our campus or the greater community. When someone shares their individual talents and goodness with others, they ignite a chain reaction of goodwill and acceptance.
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