8:00 AM - 9:00 AM MP1 Report Cards Posted
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM Student Council Movie at Ramsey Theater - Frozen 2
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM Frost Valley - 1st payment and permission slip due
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM Special Board Meeting
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM 8th grade trip Deposit and Permission Slip Due
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM RRMS Music Winter Concert
Chronic Absenteeism is defined by the state as not being present for 10% or more of possible school days. The state exempts some absences from the Chronic Absenteeism threshold such as a religious holiday, Take your Child to Work Day, participation in observance of Veterans Day or district board of election membership activities, and the closure of a busing district that prevents a student from having transportation to the receiving school.
Absences resulting from out-of-school suspension, field trips, and approved Home Instruction do not count towards the threshold. In addition to supporting student learning, student attendance supports our school’s rank/grade! Please continue to work with us and continue to prioritize school attendance. School attendance is truly a home-school partnership.
Modified 1:1 Instructional Technology Handbook
Please review the RRMS Modified 1:1 Instructional Technology Handbook.
The handbook outlines the NEXT STEP of our modified 1:1 laptop program and related policies and procedures.
2019 - 2020 School Theme
TAKE THE NEXT STEP
Progress Reports Posted on Portal
First Marking Period: October 8th
Second Marking Period: December 19th
Third Marking Period: March 6th
Fourth Marking Period: May 19th
Report Cards Posted on Portal
First Marking Period: November 21st
Second Marking Period: February 7th
Third Marking Period: April 21st
Fourth Marking Period: June 23rd
Students' education at Ramapo Ridge Middle School is part of a comprehensive learning journey. Academic progress and performance in grades 6-8 feeds directly into opportunities and fulfillment of requirements in grades 9-12. Review the high school graduation requirements and think ahead!
The New Jersey Department of Education made changes to the high school graduation requirements, including participation in NJSLA (formerly PARCC) assessments for students in the Class of 2020 and Class of 2021. The following letters clarify the changes: Letter Class 2020; Letter Class of 2021 and thereafter
IMPORTANT: June 2019 UPDATE; Please contact your child's school counselor with any questions.