Students have completed the Math Portion of state testing, Reading will begin tomorrow 4/18. To help them perform their best, Breakfast will be served starting at 7:40, also please ensure they get a good night's rest. Attendance is mandatory, so please ensure your child is present and arrives on time. Thank you!
3 months ago, RFMS
📚 Friendly Reminder: Don't miss out on the chance to capture memories! The yearbook presale ends this Friday, April 19th. Secure your copy for just $30 before prices rise to $35 next week. Act fast before they sell out! 🎓 Pay online at https://az-saddlemountain.intouchreceipting.com/signin or the front office.
3 months ago, RFMS
Students did a great job with testing and attendance today, tomorrow will be the final day for math testing. Reminder breakfast starts at 7:40, please ensure your student gets a goodnight's rest. Attendance is mandatory, so please ensure your child is present and arrives on time. Thank you!
3 months ago, RFMS
This is a reminder that all students have the Arizona State Math testing tomorrow 4/16 and Wednesday 4/17! Breakfast will be served starting at 7:40, also please ensure they get a good night's rest tonight. Attendance is mandatory, so please ensure your child is present and arrives on time. Thank you!
3 months ago, RFMS
Just a friendly reminder to parents that this is the last week for the yearbook presale! Get your yearbook for $30! After the 19th price will go up to 35! You can purchase your students yearbook in the front office or the smusd90.org payment portal.
3 months ago, RFMS
Good morning, We hope that you will join us at one of our upcoming community forums with Superintendent Dr. Winters. April 16th at 6pm at Tartesso Elementary and April 17th at 6pm at Ruth Fisher Middle School.
3 months ago, SMUSD
Community Forum
This is a reminder that all students have the Arizona State Reading and Math test next week 4/16- 4/19. To help them perform their best please ensure they get a good night's rest. Attendance is mandatory, so please ensure your child is present and arrives on time. Thank you!
3 months ago, RFMS
Dear Ruth Fisher's Parents and Guardians, A situation occurred today in the Tonopah area, causing Ruth Fisher to go into a Lockout during student arrival time. As part of our commitment to ensuring the safety and security of all students and staff, I wanted to provide details regarding a precautionary measure we took earlier today. Earlier this morning, a Maricopa County Sheriff's Office prompted us to go into a Lockout as a police situation occurred near 339th Ave and Buckeye Rd. While there was no immediate threat to our school, we initiated a lockout as a precautionary measure to ensure the safety of everyone on campus. During a lockout, all exterior doors and gates are locked, and regular activities continue inside the buildings. This procedure is part of our comprehensive safety protocols to maintain a secure learning environment. Please be assured that at no point were our students or staff in direct danger. Our administrative team worked closely with local law enforcement to monitor the situation. The lockout was lifted by 8:15 a.m. after law enforcement deemed it safe. Classes have resumed as usual. We understand that situations like these can be concerning, and we want to assure you that our students and staff's safety and well-being are our top priorities. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the school office at 623-474-5501. Thank you for your understanding and support as we work together to maintain a safe and secure learning environment. Sincerely, Mr. Matt Dobesh Principal matt.dobesh@smusd90.org
3 months ago, RFMS
Good evening, We hope that you will join us at one of our upcoming community forums with Superintendent Dr. Winters. April 16th at 6pm at Tartesso Elementary and April 17th at 6pm at Ruth Fisher Middle School.
3 months ago, SMUSD
Community Forums
Dear Parents and Guardians, As the weather begins to warm up, we kindly ask you to take a moment to review our school's dress code on Page 12 of the student parent handbook. Non compliance with our schools dress code may result in students needing to change their clothes into appropriate attire, parents contacted to bring clothing to their children, and a mark on their agenda card. Thank you for supporting the learning environment by reviewing the districts dress code policy Review the policy here: https://core-docs.s3.us-east-1.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/4317/SMUSD/3849734/Student-Handbook.pdf
3 months ago, RFMS
Just a friendly reminder to parents that yearbooks are currently on presale until April 19th for $30. Don't miss out on the opportunity to capture lasting memories of the school year! You can purchase your yearbook in the front office.
3 months ago, RFMS
Just a reminder that the State Writing Test is scheduled for Thursday, April 4th. Attendance is mandatory, so please ensure your child is present and arrives on time. To help them perform their best, Breakfast will be served starting at 7:40, also please ensure they get a good night's rest tonight. Thank you!
3 months ago, RFMS
Check out April's Saddle Mountain Shoutout! https://www.smore.com/n/vxhz6
3 months ago, SMUSD
SMUSD Shoutout
The RoboColts made it back to AZ today! The last two days have taken us from Council Bluffs, IA through Nebraska, Colorado, New Mexico, and home. We saw the Gateway Monument, the world's largest molecule, the Coal Miners monument, and about 300 different gas stations. It was a great trip with so many great memories. That wraps up our 2023-24 Over Under Season.
4 months ago, Joel Wisser
our hosts for the week
packed and ready to go
buffalo statue
snow in Colorado
last night with pizza
some fun in the snow
coal miners monument
coal miners canary
world's largest molecule
back home safely
Our last day in Council Bluffs/Omaha was a busy one. We started the day with Casey's breakfast pizza, then saw an original stretch of the 1913 Lincoln Highway. From there we saw the world's largest ball of stamps, the Omaha Zoo, Taco John's, Hollywood Candy, dropped Coach Gosack off at the airport, then finished up the day at the Lewis and Clark Lookout, the Lincoln Monument, and dinner at Quaker Steak with our amazing hosts. We head back to AZ tomorrow morning!
4 months ago, Joel Wisser
Casey's pizza
Old Lincoln highway
world's largest ball of stamps
zoo
Hollywood Candy
Lincoln Monument
Lewis and Clark Lookout
The RoboColts wrapped up the US Open today. Team B narrowly missed knocking off the number one seed for our division in the playoffs. We also got to go to Pizza Ranch, the walking bridge to Omaha, saw Mr. Molina, and finished the night with some ice cream.
4 months ago, Joel Wisser
Council Bluffs sign
team B
team A
Pizza Ranch
33 foot tall humanoid
walking bridge with Mr. Molina
2 States at one time
Omar the troll
Christy Creme
Walking Bridge to Omaha
The RoboColts played their first 9 qualifying matches today, followed by the super mega alliance party. With a good showing tomorrow, both teams are set up for possible playoff selections!
4 months ago, Joel Wisser
team A
team B
backseat driver competition
Tyler and Kazakhstan chocolate
You can follow the RFMS RoboColts action live from Iowa today and tomorrow at this site. We are teams 4461A and 4461B. We are in the Orange and Blue divisions, respectively. https://create-webcast.netlify.app/home
4 months ago, Joel Wisser
team b schedule
team A schedule
The RoboColts made it to the Iowa West Field House for inspections and skills today. The real fun starts tomorrow!
4 months ago, Joel Wisser
The RoboColts at the Iowa West Field House
team pictures
haircut tradition
working on the robot
The Ruth Fisher RoboColts made it to Iowa today in preparation for the US Open for middle school robotics. We even got to check out the smallest jail in the US on our way through Colorado.
4 months ago, Joel Wisser
van loaded and ready to go
smallest jail in the US
our home away from home for the next 4 days