Rutland Middle School issues report cards four times during the school year. Progress Reports are also sent in the middle of each marking period. A parent can check their child’s academic progress at any point by logging on to Infinite Campus. Please contact the school for more information.
Rutland Middle School students are expected to:
- Read, write, and listen actively and critically.
- Express self with power and purpose.
- Use information technology as a tool.
- Ask meaningful questions.
- Choose and use effective means of solving problems.
- Approach problem solving with an open mind, healthy skepticism, and persistence.
- Think abstractly and creatively.
- Develop a sense of unique worth and competence.
- Make healthy choices.
- Make informed decisions.
- Demonstrate the skills necessary to participate in the workplace.
- Learn by serving others and participating in democratic processes.
- Respect and value human diversity as a part of our multicultural society and world.
- Understand continuity and change.
Homework is assigned daily, including short and long term assignments. Long term assignments, which require research and significant independent work will have interim deadlines that can help your child, learn appropriate organizational and time management skills. Students can expect to complete one to one and a half-hours of homework each school night. Homework is an essential part of a child’s education. Parents can encourage and support good study habits by providing a well-lighted study area and establishing a commonly understood homework time each evening.