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Ruidoso Middle School

Grades 6 - 8

Anna Addis

Assistant Principal:
Mike Speck

Brenda Garcia

123 Warrior Drive
Ruidoso, NM 88345

Phone: (575) 630-7800
Fax: (575) 258-5809

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Winning Aspirations


Ruidoso Middle School is committed to excellence.  We expect all students to persevere in achieving academic excellence.  The staff of Ruidoso Middle School is committed to providing an exemplary education for all students. 

6th Grade- Provide an environment where students transitioning to the middle school will thrive, succeed, and focus on excellence.

7th Grade- Students will excel in academics and develop positive relationships in preparation for a successful life.

8th Grade- Students will be prepared to successfully engage in rigorous academic courses in preparation for career and technical readiness.  Students will persevere, strive for excellence, and contribute positively to the school and local community.



Dance Letter Change 9/17/2015

2015-16 Parent Welcome Back Letter

School Supply List 2015-16

2015-16 Parent/Student Handbook

2015-16 Discipline Matrix

2015-16 Dress Code Information

Fall 2015 Dress Code Letter

New Math Grade Scale







The school day starts at 8:40 a.m. 8:40 a.m. is when the first bell rings and the tardy bell rings at 8:45 a.m. Students MUST be signed in by parents if they come in after 8:45 a.m.

We are adding 3 minutes to the school day on Wednesdays. The buses pick up the High School students first and RMS students are standing on the curb before the buses arrive and this is becoming dangerous. For safety reasons we are adding on the additional 3 minutes.









Ruidoso Middle School is home to the district's sixth, seventh and eighth graders; no longer children and not yet adults. The goal of the administration and faculty is to provide these students with the best education possible, to ease the transition from elementary to high school, and to guide and assist them through this special and sometimes overwhelming time in their lives.

The mission statement of Ruidoso Middle School declares itself "committed to cultivating respect for the individual, encouraging students to make sound personal choices and decisions, while providing the academic skills and knowledge essential for continued success and life-long learning."

The school's instructional programs include math, science, social studies, language arts and reading. RMS also provides a wide variety of exploratory classes, including, physical education, agricultural mechanics, life management, Publications, Art, Band, Choir, and computer technology.

Often at this age, children begin to exhibit more interest in competitive activities. Physical abilities, as the student matures and should they express an interest, lend themselves to organized sports activities. Ruidoso Middle School has a addressed this by offering competitive athletic programs, including basketball, volleyball, track, and football.

With its desire to meet goals and adhere to its mission statement, Ruidoso Middle School provides the quality education and knowledge necessary to prepare its students for their passage into the upper grades.

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