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I was somebody when I came.

I'll be a better somebody when I leave.

I am powerful, and I am strong.

I DESERVE the education that I get here.

I have things to do,

people to impress,

and places to go."

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For volunteer opportunities please contact our school's Liason, Mrs. Sandoval at ext. 64097.

We are excited to collaborate with you this school year!


Here are the PTA* membership Levels are:  

$8 General Membership

$15 Silver Membership

$25 Gold Membership

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Reminder: By joining there is no commitments or obligations to volunteer

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Summer School @RMMS (gr. 6 & 7)

Dear Families,

As you have learned over the course of this school year, 6th and 7th grade students at Rancho Minerva Middle School are completing parts of their main academic courses using the Summit Learning Platform. To officially pass the 6th and 7th grade, students will need to successfully complete all of their Power Focus Areas on the platform. This letter is to inform you that your student is currently not passing 6th or 7th grade because they have incomplete Power Focus Areas in at least one class. To support your student, and ensure that they are entering 7th and 8th grade next year at grade level, RMMS is offering Summer School.


Students must attend Week 1 of Summer School, and plan to attend both weeks. However, students who successfully complete all missing assignments will have the opportunity to “opt out” (per parent permission) from the remaining Summer School days, and therefore will not have to attend both weeks.


They will receive a notice to inform you that your student has “caught up” in their academic work and is no longer required to attend the duration of summer school.

RMMS Summer School 2018:


Week 1: Monday - Friday, June 11-15
    Week 2: Monday - Friday, June 18-22

Time: 8am - 12pm

Location: Rancho Minerva Middle School

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Have you printed and sent in your updated EMERGENCY CARD this year?

If not, please complete this process on Parent Portal. When in Parent Portal, click the “Student Info” tab and then select “Data Confirmation.” Verify the emergency information is correct, print it out, sign it and return it to our attendance office as soon as possible.


Updated emergency card information is critical in order for us to be prepared to care for your child in case of illness, injury, or an emergency. Thank you in advance for your prompt attention to this very important matter.

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Is someone or something bothering you or your friends at school?


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PSST World is a quick, safe, secure, and anonymous way to report school safety situations, including bullying, cyber bullying, abuse, conflicts, controlled substances, weapons, suicidal thoughts, vandalism, discrimination, threats, and any other safety concern. When reporting the situation, student does not need to leave their name. 

Note: The only reason that a student-reporter would need to leave their name and contact information is if they wish for someone to contact them directly.


PSST World es una manera rápida, segura, protegida y anónima de reportar situaciones de seguridad escolar, incluyendo el acoso escolar, ciberacoso, abuso, conflictos, sustancias controladas, armas, pensamientos suicidas, vandalismo, discriminación, amenazas, y cualquier otro problema de seguridad. Al reportar la información, el estudiante no necesita dejar su nombre. 

Aviso: La única razón por la que un alumno que presente un reporte tendría que dejar su nombre y datos de contacto sería si desea que alguien se comunique con él/ella directamente.

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2018 Summer Meals Menus & Locations


VUSD is also promoting a meals location finder provided by the CA Dairy Council. By texting FOOD (English) or COMIDA (Spanish), to 877-877, users will receive information on locations closest to them.


Our WaveCrest Cafe team will be hard at work, feeding up to 8,000 lunches a week. The district’s Summer Meals program, operated through the USDA, launches June 8th and runs through August 10th, at 16 locations across the Vista and Oceanside communities that we serve.


While most summer meals locations are at VUSD schools, we do work with community partners to offer meals in some other spaces as well.


The Boys & Girls Club of Vista is one of two locations the district works with outside of traditional school sites, with Vista’s Luz Duran Park being another popular spot. “While we serve summer meals at many of our school sites, we also recognize that members of the community gather in other places, and we’re happy and willing to bring our fresh, healthy and delicious meals to those places,” says VUSD Director of Child Nutrition Services Jamie Phillips.


“Statistically, just 1 out of 7 children who qualify for free or reduced meals during the school year eats a summer lunch,” says Phillips. “We’d like to close that gap and provide that nutrition to the communities and children that we serve.”


The meals at Luz Duran Park have become a time for families to gather and have a picnic style lunch in a familiar and inviting atmosphere. This year, the district is working with the Vista Community Clinic to provide other health and wellness services, like dental screenings.


Each site operates during days and times that are most needed and accessed for the location. Some, like the Boys & Girls Club, will serve meals the entire June 8 – August 10 window, while others operate during shorter windows of time based on historical patterns of attendance.


The district is working to make information about the program as accessible as possible. Schedules and menus are posted on the WaveCrest Cafe website, and shared via emails and handouts to parents and families from each school.


“We want this program to have as few barriers as possible,” says Phillips. “And so any way that we can reach our community and make this program easy and accessible is beneficial to everyone.” To that end, program directors note that meals are available to all children 18 & under, and no forms or paperwork will be required.


The USDA Summer Meals Program is a national program, and access to nutritious meals is a priority for school districts everywhere.


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