Helpful Links

Whether you need information, a quick look at our student handbook, or resources to help you encourage your child to read, we know your time is precious. We want to help you find what you’re looking for quickly so you can get on with your daily activities.

Web Links

The Internet offers many educational resources for teachers, parents, and students. Here on our Web Links page are our favorite educational websites. Teachers can download lesson plans and classroom activities, parents can read helpful articles and advice, and students can play educational games and find homework help.

While Ruth Fisher Middle School actively monitors the content of this website, we do not claim any responsibility for content outside this website, otherwise known as "offsite" content. We make every effort to insure that offsite content is appropriate and in good taste, however, we have no control over the constantly changing Internet landscape. If you see something questionable (links to inappropriate websites, foul language, etc.), please email our webmaster, and we will remove that material or link immediately. Also, if you have sites you'd like to suggest that we add, please send us those links for evaluation.


You’ll find that registering at Ruth Fisher is easy, and we’re here to help. In order to make registering your child as quick as possible, complete the following steps. Please contact us with any questions.

  1. Gather your child's original Birth Certificate, Immunization Records, and Proof of Residency (a utility bill/lease/contract to build). As a parent or guardian you will also need valid identification. We appreciate, but do not require, any records from previous schools.

  2. You will find additional information, including our registration packet, on our district Registration page.

  3. Stop by our school office, and we'll help you complete the paperwork.

Health Office

The Ruth Fisher Health Office assists students with illness and injuries. We also conduct health screenings, assist students and families with medical referrals, and provide health education to students and staff. The goal of the Health Office is to remove barriers to the health and safety of students and to enable them to achieve their academic goals at school.