JRMS School Vision
James Rutter Middle School students and staff are respectful, responsible, and resilient. Our school celebrates creativity and diverse cultures and stakeholders are invested and take pride in our community. At JRMS, students are cared for, feel safe, and have a desire to attend. We continually work towards achieving excellence and we have a collaborative, motivating, and engaging environment dedicated to the success of all students.
Click on the image below for the Bell Schedules!
Word of the Week
Simplify, v., — to make something easier or less complicated. “The rules of English grammar and syntax – as well as the mathematics of geometry, trigonometry and calculus – can be very confusing unless we simplify them.” (Click HERE to access a printable version of this word.)
The week of 3/3/14 @ JRMS:
Monday: Regular schedule
Tuesday: Regular schedule.
Wednesday: Late Start schedule (start @ 9:30 am).
Thursday: Regular Schedule.
Friday: Regular schedule.
HERE are all the bell schedules for JRMS.
JRMS Newsletter is now available!
Please click on one of the three links below to enjoy the current James Rutter Middle School Newsletter with information about Open House (March 27), the success of the Book Fair, a message from Mr. Penermon, and the complete school calendar/schedule through March, 2014:
CSUS Workshop -- College: Making it Happen March 29, 2014
Information about CSUS Sacramento's College: Making it Happen workshops can be found below:
Common Core Standards Info
The Elk Grove Unified School District is committed to ensuring that our staff, parents and students understand the changes taking place with the Common Core State Standards. To further these efforts, the District has developed a new newsletter “Getting to the Core of the Matter” that will be distributed monthly through April. Please click on the pdf below to read the most recent Getting to the Core of the Matter.
CELLPHONES AT JRMS
Students are not allowed to use cell phones while on campus. Phones must be turned off before coming on campus (no silent or vibrate!) and may not be turned on until after school gets out (after the final bell). Acaletes students may not to turn their phones on during the extended day.
Any phones that are used or which ring during the school day (or the extended school day) will be confiscated. This includes phones that fall out of your pocket in class. After the second infraction of this JRMS Rule, your parents must come to school to get your phone!
How to enter our parking lot
Please refer to the picture of our parking lot entrance below. Our parking lot entrance has two lanes. ONLY the right lane is for dropping off students. The left lane is for proceeding to the parking area to park your car.
If you are just dropping your student off at school, please use the right lane.