Stop Bullying at Rancho. We are committed to a safe and secure environment for all students. If you are being bullied or know of someone being bullied, report incidents of bullying any of the following ways:
- Speak with a trusted adult about the situation (parents, counselors, teachers, administration, nurse, support staff)
- Call the bully hotline at 397-2590 (Include your name, the name of the bully and describe what happened)
- Report via email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Include your name, the name of the bully and describe what happened)
- Stop by the counseling office and fill out a written form
Don’t forget that the Parent Teacher Student Organization (PTSO) is the best way to stay involved with your school and your participation supports student programs. Complete your membership now. (English)(Español)
YOU KNOW YOU’RE A ROYAL IF
You’re here on time every day, you do your best in everything you do, and you are nice to yourself and those around you!
Students will be required to take their state exams online beginning in the Spring semester of 2014. Feel free to review the Practice Tests for Math and English through the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium portal.
INCOMING FAMILIES INFO
All incoming students who will be 7th graders for the 2016-2017 school year are welcome to review the school information that was presented by our administration and counseling team. Additional information can be found in the Student Handbook.
Saturday School may be assigned as a way to compensate for excessive late arrivals or absences. Saturday School may also be assigned as a consequence for violation of school rules and ample notice is sent home to parents ahead of the scheduled date(s). Any student with a pending Saturday School is automatically placed on the Non-Privileged List (NPL). Parents and students are encouraged to review our Saturday School Policy.