District-Wide Announcements
The Cure Looks Like You!
Every 4 minutes someone is diagnosed with a blood cancer and may need a marrow transplant. Most do not have a matching donor in their family. Our family of RRPS nurse’s would like to help change that. On October 30th  at Rio Rancho High School in conjunction with the RRHS/CHS volleyball teams we will be holding a “Be The Match” registry drive. It takes just a simple mouth swab and paperwork to start the lifesaving process. Doors open at 3:30. Come join and become a possible donor to save a life.
RRPS Seeks Parent Input on Textbook Adoption
Every six years, the state of New Mexico and local school districts review textbooks and other instructional materials in order to adopt updated materials for use in classrooms.  This year we will be adopting instructional materials for grades 9-12 English Language Arts, World Languages, and high school reading intervention to support our implementation of the Common Core State Standards. Interested in helping on an Adoption Committee? We'll have monthly meetings November through March. Click here for details.
It's That Time of Year!

Happy Autumn! It must be time for the Galloping Grace Youth Ranch Pumpkin Patch! Open from Saturday, Sept. 27 to Halloween, please come join in the educational and fun festivities. Click here for details!
Parents: Create your account on This Site
PARENTS: NOW is the time to create your account on this site so you can have immediate access to all your children's teachers, academic news, events and more. Please contact the Ed Tech at your child's school to get set up on the site. If you have questions, please read this announcement.
Eagle Ridge Middle Announcements
Red Ribbon Week
The week of October 27th through October 31st is Red Ribbon Week. 
 
Red Ribbon Week began in 1988 in honor of Special Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena who was an 11‐year veteran of the DEA assigned to the Guadalajara, Mexico, office where he was on the trail of the country’s biggest marijuana and cocaine trafficker. On February 7, 1985, he was kidnapped, brutally tortured, and murdered by Mexican drug traffickers as he was on his way to meet his wife for lunch. His tragic death opened the eyes of many Americans to the dangers of drugs in the United  States.  In honor of Agent Camarena, supporters in his hometown began to wear red ribbons in his memory and to show their support for the war against drugs. Support grew and spread across the US  and in 1988 President Reagan proclaimed the last full week in October as National Red Ribbon Week.  It is estimated that more than 80 million participate in Red Ribbon Events every year.
 
The Red Ribbon Week Committee (RRWC)will be asking students to sign pledge cards during their assigned lunch.  These pledge cards will be hung on the bulletin board outside Student Services.  The pledge card is a promise made by the student to remain drug free. At the end of the week, we will be drawing the name of a student from each grade level to win a prize.  We will also celebrate each day of the week by having a different dress theme.  The dress themes are as follows:
 
MONDAY: Give Drugs the Boot! -Wear western wear (cowboy boots, hats, jeans, etc.).
TUESDAY: My future is great without drugs…I dress for success! -Dress formal instead of normal.
WEDNESDAY: Team up Against Drugs! –Wear your favorite team related clothing.
THURSDAY: Living Drug Free is No Sweat! -Wear sweatshirts and/or sweatpants.
FRIDAY: Follow your dreams…Don’t do drugs! –Wear bathrobes and/or slippers.
 
Thank you for supporting us in celebration of Red Ribbon Week.
 
Red Ribbon Week Committee
CHS Athletic Events
Students who attend athletic events at Cleveland High School must now show their Eagle Ridge ID along with their tickets in order to enter CHS events.  Please remember that you are representing Eagle Ridge Middle School when you are attending events at other schools.  Make a good impression!
ERMS AVID Program

 
 
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Parents: How do I register on our ERMS web site?
ERMS Visitor's Policy

Parents are always welcome to visit and observe their child's classes. Any parent or visitor must first check in at the front office and receive a visitor's pass. We ask that you give the teacher 24 hours notice before visiting the classroom. While this may seem restrictive to some parents, it is our way of protecting your children from strangers coming onto our campus. If you need information from your child's teacher, please don't hesitate to schedule an appointment for a conference. This can be done by calling the school or e-mailing your child’s teacher directly.

Students may not bring friends or relatives to school to visit for the day. Also, for safety considerations, brothers and sisters may not come to school.

School Volunteer?

Interested in Becoming a School Volunteer?

Anyone interested in volunteering in our schools is welcome!  Please visit this page to get all the details and to view the hours when our HR department will be helping volunteers get registered. (The volunteer page is under the “District” menu button on our home page - www.rrps.net).


ERMS Student Handbook and Program of Studies
2014-2015 Student Handbook - Click here to open
   - Compliance Policy Statement
   - 2014-2015- Program of Studies-Click here
Attention Parents!
To avoid instructional interruption, students may not be picked up from school after 2:45pm or after 2:05pm on Wednesdays -- Student messages cannot be delivered after 2:30.



Mission: Rio Rancho Public Schools is dedicated to graduating each student with an educational foundation for success as a responsible, ethical contributor to society.

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