School Accountability Report Card
Rincon Valley Middle
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Ed Navarro, Principal
- Principal, Rincon Valley Middle
About Our School
Rincon Valley Middle School is committed to educating the youth of our community. We offer rigorous academic courses to prepare students for the demands of a college preparatory high school. We understand that challenging academic courses in middle school equate to success in high school, college, and life. At RVMS we are interested in the “whole” child; and because of this w e offer a wide range of extracurricular and co-curricular activities. If your child is interested in sports, clubs, GATE activities, intramurals, and community service; then Rincon Valley Middle School has what you are looking for.
Our staff is dedicated to meeting the needs of your child. Every RVMS teacher is highly motivated, and experienced. The average teacher at our site has over fifteen years of teaching experience. Every teacher is part of a grade-level team that meets several times a month to discuss ways to improve student success. Our athletic coaches are also teachers at our site. As you may already know, teacher/coaches are very effective at keeping students motivated and offer support in their academic endeavors.
In school, just as in life, some students struggle with different challenges. Rincon Valley Middle school has a wide array of support services to help your child be successful at school. While every student must take responsibility for their own learning; we believe in doing everything possible to support their efforts in achieving success in school, and in life.
At Rincon we believe that the road to student success is a partnership between students, parents, teachers, counselors, support staff and administrators. I am proud to say that at Rincon this partnership flourishes. Our parent group, the Student Teacher Parent Council (ST PC), has over two hundred and sixty active members. Our parents donate tens of thousands of dollars every year in support of our students and programs. Just as important, our parents volunteer their time to support our many extra-curricular co-curricular activities.
ContactRincon Valley Middle
4650 Badger Rd.
Santa Rosa, CA 95409-2699