Thank YOU for Supporting BoxTops
Thank you for supporting box tops! This collection period we raised $68, and had a larger number of advisories participating. The top two advisories and winners of an ice cream party / free dress pass are:
Hengst - 220
Wessel - 174
Save the Date: Goodwill and eWaste, April 18, 2015
Hi, all... As we move into spring, it's time to start thinking about cleaning out garages and storage areas. To help with this, the Rancho PTSA is planning to hold a Goodwill and eWaste Day on April 18. So, save the date, and bring your unwant... Continue
Milpitas School District’s Food Service Department is excited to provide parents a convenient, easy and secure online prepayment service to deposit money into your child’s school meal ...more
Apply Online for Free or Reduced Priced Meals
To complete and submit your application for Free or Reduced Priced Meals online just click on the link below. No paper application is needed.
Apply Online Now!
Rancho & CCCU
Commonwealth Central Credit Union partnered with Rancho to provide two $500 College Scholarships to our students! Congratulations to Raymond & Lisa for being selected as the recipients!
Contribute to Milpitas Community Educational Endowment
Welcome to Rancho Milpitas Middle School
Principal: Casey McMurray Assistant Principal: Sean Anglon
Picture Day Coming
Spring picture is day is Friday, March 6th.
This day will be a Free Dress Day!
Students have received a pre-order form to bring on picture day. Students can take a group picture with friends but must pre-order that picture. The maximum number of friends in a group picture is 7.
Make Picture Day easy with these tips from Lifetouch School Portraits:
Students of the Week in January
Congratulations to Christine who was selected as the regional and state winner for the Lions International Peace Poster Contest! She was recognized last month by Milpitas City Council and Milpitas Unified School District's Board of Education for her winning art piece.
New College Website for Middle School Students!
Check out the new website which provides our middle school students and their parents with information on what they can do now to prepare for college, classes they need to take in high school to fulfill admissions requirements and financial aid opportunities.
Studies show that communicating to children early and often about the benefits of higher education increases the likelihood that they will attend college. Now more than ever, our state needs more college-educated residents to keep our economy and democracy strong.
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.
Click Above to Support Rancho PTSA with your Amazon purchases.
Click here to go to Amazon Home
The Rancho PTSA is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.
ASB Morning Announcements 2/24
PTA Parent's Corner
Parent's Corner provides periodic, moderated content to middle school parents in hopes of improving communication between tweens and parents. For questions / comments, contact Robert Jung (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A Lesson In Thanks
By Jeffrey Froh
“James” was an anomaly at the middle school where I worked as a psychologist. Most of the students came from upper-middle class backgrounds. James lived in a shelter with his mother, where nutritious meals and restful sleep were scarce. Every morning German cars lined the front of the school as parents dropped off their children; James commuted one-and-a-half hours by bus.........