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School Announcements


Principal's Corner

Ramona's SBAC Testing Schedule - April 17 - May 2, 2014

Dear Parents and Guardians,

           It’s hard to believe we are approaching trimester three already! It has been a terrific year so far.

            This year our staff and students have been working hard transitioning to Common Core state standards.  Our staff and students just participated in the Smarter Balance Assessment practice test. This practice test gives a great overview of how the new standards are addressed.  You can access SBAC below along with a check list of technology skills your child needs to be successful. 

            Please practice this assessment and complete the check list with your child.  As you will see, Common Core is gearing our students towards college and career readiness with 21st Century Skills such as communication, collaboration, creativity and innovation and critical thinking. We are very excited about this necessary change.  As a result, Ramona students will be globally competitive!

            It takes a team to create a successful environment where our students will thrive.  The school-home connection is most valuable to the success of our students and we appreciate your support by having your child in attendance each day, checking daily agendas, and keeping in constant communication with our teachers.

             Our staff and students have shown hard work and dedication on a daily basis as well as by participating in various Intervention opportunities after school and during lunch, otherwise known as Power Lunch.  Not only do our students work hard academically, they are also enjoying a well-rounded school experience by participating in yearbook, leadership, National Jr. Honor Society, color guard, band, musical theatre and sports, just to name a few.  

            We want to ensure your child’s safety by practicing our emergency drills, communicating with our district and city officials to assist us in making our school sites the safest possible. 

            We need your help and participation at Ramona.  It’s not too late to participate in PTO, ELAC and School Site Council meetings.  Please call the office for more information. 

            Again, thank you for partnering with us to make Ramona Jr. High School a school of choice!

 Sincerely,

Kathy Nash
Principal, Ramona Jr. High School





Ramona Junior High School is located within the lush valley below the San Gabriel Valley Mountains in the city of Chino. The city of Chino is a well-established business and residential area, which encompasses beautiful neighborhoods, diverse cultures, and commercial and industrial growth.

Established in 1963, Ramona Junior High School is one of the oldest junior high schools in the Chino Valley Unified School District. Currently, Ramona Junior High School provides instructional services to students in grades seven and eight on a traditional school calendar.

Read more about the history of Ramona...
  

Home of the Indians

School Mission

Our mission is to provide a safe and supportive educational environment where students, parents, and staff work as a collaborative team. Ramona Junior High School is dedicated to promoting high standards in curriculum, instruction, and personal behavior. Students will be engaged in a challenging curriculum based on State and District standards in order to increase academic achievement. In addition, students will develop skills to become successful, well rounded, responsible students so they can become productive members in our culturally diverse society.
 
We believe ALL students want and have the desire to learn and will learn if given the opportunity. We are responsible for ensuring that all students have the opportunity to learn.
School Colors:
Royal Blue and White
 
School Mascot:
Indian

School Motto:
"Respect for Self and Others"

District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from discrimination based on race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

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