“The mission of the RRMS community is to continually provide a vibrant and safe learning environment that promotes acceptance, compassion, and respect. We will inspire all students to love learning and to grow emotionally, socially, and intellectually. We strive to educate each student to his or her highest level of academic excellence, social responsibility, and cultural awareness.”
Dear Ron Russell Families,
A warm personal welcome from a teacher, learner, writer, reader, and principal. Welcome to our website! It is designed so you may familiarize yourself with Ron Russell Middle School and is one way of communicating a variety of topics of interest related to our school and programs. Hopefully, this information will help ensure that your child has a safe and successful school experience at Ron Russell filled with fun and, most importantly, learning!
There are a limited number of softcover yearbooks still available for purchase. The cost is $13. Students can pay in the office or at the yearbook slaes table during lunch. They will be on sale until they are gone.
Bullying is not tolerated at Ron Russell. Our goal is to provide each student with a safe learning environment. Please read our Anti-Bullying Contract. It clearly defines the responsibility of students and parents of Ron Russell Middle School with bullying in mind. This fall, all students received this contract and were asked to return it to school signed by themselves and their parent. If you have any questions or concerns regarding bullying at Ron Russell, please contact our main office.
We know that students learn best when their environment is safe, structured,
and predictable. We strive to hold our students to high standards of safety,
accountability, and respect. Ron Russell’s four behavioral expectations are to be
Respectful, be Responsible, Make Good Decisions, and be Safe. Click on this link to
see what behaviors are expected throughout different settings of our school.
This is a letter about our district dress code and your child. It is our goal to continue to create a culture of learning within Ron Russell Middle School. As you know, the clothes your child wears to school has an important influence on the attitude toward learning within our school. Students and parents have the choice of how their student looks at school. However, David Douglas School District and Ron Russell Middle School do provide guidelines for parents and students to use in determining what is and is not appropriate.
Lately, we have experienced an increased number of our students having difficulties adhering to our district dress code. These issues can take away critical time that your child should be spent learning at school. Here are some general dress guidelines for our students that will help maintain school as a place for learning:
•Hats and hoods are not allowed once in the building. Stocking hats are allowed during recess.