Address
Phone:
Fax:
                    2600 Wyckford Blvd.
                    Rocklin, CA 95765
                    916-315-9009   FAX: 916-315-9885
                        
                         SCHOOL HOURS:  8:30am - 3:10pm
                         (Out Early on Mondays: 2pm dismissal)
                         OFFICE HOURS:    7:30am - 4pm
 
                       

Granite Oaks FALCONS

LIBRARY BOOK and TEXT BOOK CHECK IN

The end of the school year is right around the corner and everyone is looking forward to the end of the year activities.  To participate, you will need to have all your library and textbooks returned and all fines paid on your textbook check in day.  Remember, the last day that you can keep a library book is this Friday, May 22nd.
 
8th grade:  Textbook turn-in day is Tuesday, May 26
7th grade:  Textbook turn-in day is Wednesday, May 27 (except Odyssey)
Odyssey:  Textbook turn-in day  is Thursday, May 28

UPCOMING IMPORTANT DATES

May 25th – Memorial Day, NO SCHOOL
June 1st – Talent Show, During School Day
June 2nd – 8th Grade Promotion Dance, 6:30 - 9:30pm, Rocklin Event Center
June 3rd – 8th Grade Sunsplash Trip, 7th Grade Pool Party
June 4th – Last Day of School, 8th Grade Promotion, Minimum Day (1:00 pm Dismissal)

STATE TESTING
State testing is scheduled in May. If possible, please plan all appointments around this schedule. Your student’s academy and special education classes will be involved in state testing according to the attached schedule.

 SBAC Testing (Both 7th & 8th Grades) – May 11th through May 22nd

RUSD WATER CONSERVATION

What is Rocklin Unified School District Doing to help with the current drought conditions?
Frequently Asked Questions

It's REGISTRATION TIME

Visit our COUNSELING LINK or Click HERE.

7th Grade CJSF Happenings

The 7th grade CJSF Leadership Committee and other members of the club just finished their first Service Learning Project.   We sold Ducky Grams to students on campus and made $445.00 that we are donating to the Placer County Food Bank!  We also taught the school about hunger in Placer County and the need for food and money donations to the food bank during the summer months. Thanks to our hard working members,  our project was very successful!


Our other project that 7th grade CJSF is currently implementing is the Spring Buddy Basket project.  Members attended a meeting about UC Davis Pediatric Cancer Ward and the needs the hospital has for children suffering from cancer.  They learned about the this terrible disease and how it is impacting children in our area.  CJSF members are teaming up to create "Buddy Baskets" full of all kinds of supplies, such as books, puzzles, art supplies, stuffed animals, magazines, and other goodies.  If you would like to donate an item to this great cause just bring the item in and donate it to Mrs. Sherrill in room B-7.  All items and baskets need to be complete by May 22nd.

DISTINGUISHED SCHOOL & BLUE RIBBON SCHOOL

     

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ART Mrs. Lema

 
Being an artist is good for the soul...

THE BIRD'S EYE VIEW

To all aspiring writers, photographers and journalists: Granite Oaks has created a brand new exciting elective - JOURNALISM. Explore the writing, photography and graphic aspects of journalism. Be an active participant in the production of the Granite Oaks school publication.
Click
HERE to visit our school newspaper, “The Bird’s Eye View”. 
Take advantage of this opportunity to build technical skills before working on the high school yearbook, newspaper or daily announcements.

QUICK LINKS

HOURS

SCHOOL HOURS  8:30am - 3:10pm
OFFICE HOURS   7:30am - 4pm
Students should not arrive on campus before 8:10am unless enrolled in a "0 (zero) Period" class.  Students should plan to be off campus by 3:30pm unless participating in a supervised activity.

Articulation Mondays

This year every Monday is a teacher articulation day which gives teachers time to meet and plan curriculum.  Students will be dismissed at 2:00 p.m. every Monday. Visit the CALENDARS link for "articulation day" dates.
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OUR MISSION

Granite Oaks Middle School prepares all students to be independent learners and responsible world citizens by providing a rich and challenging curriculum in a safe, nurturing environment.

ABSENCES

To report your student absent, please call the Attendance Office at 315 - 9009, ext. 3805