30620 116th Avenue SE

Auburn, WA 98092

p: 253-931-4843;253-931-4855

f: 253-939-4318

Rainier Middle School

30620 116th Avenue SE | Auburn, WA 98092

f: 253-939-4318

District Announcements


    Fifth graders have the opportunity to go to Camp Auburn. 

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    Do you have a child who will be 5 by August 31? Registration packets are available at your local elementary school. The ASD provides free, all-day Kindergarten at all elementary schools.
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    This spring, students in grades 3-8 and 11 will take the new Smarter Balanced tests in English and math. These required tests replace the MSP and HSPE. 
    Please contact Julie DeBolt, director of assessment and NCLB at jdebolt@auburn.wednet.edu or 253-931-4950 with any questions.
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    We are on-line!  Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/auburnschools.   Follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/auburnsd.
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  • March 30 Community Forum

    The ASD Board of Directors invites the community to a forum from 6:30-8 p.m., March 30 in the JPF Administration Building. Community members, parents and staff are encouraged to attend to provide input on the qualities and priorities for the next ASD superintendent. Staff from the Puget Sound Educational Service District in Renton will facilitate the forum. Board President Carol Seng said, “This is an excellent opportunity for the community to provide input on who will lead our district for the next chapter in our district’s future.” The superintendent position opens April 6 and the school board plans to vote at the June 8 board meeting to fill the position.

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  • BASH !!!

    March 13th ~ 2:15-4:15PM ~ 7th & 8th Grade Dance Only ~ $7 with ASB Sticker & $9 without (if you purchased a BASH PASS you are pre-paid and Do NOT need to pay)

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  • Future Freshman Auburn High School

    Tuesday, March 31, 2015 6:00—7:30 PM. Sign up for athletics and activities, learn about academic and elective programs, tour the school, choose 9th grade classes, raffles & free stuff! Don't miss this night! You pick what you want to see and do! For students and parents.

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  • Future Freshman Registration/Night for Rainier

    Hello parents of Freshman attending Auburn Mountain View High school for 2015-2016 school year. Please start the conversation with your student about future classes. We will have classroom presentations on April 13th at Rainier Middle School during the school day for current eighth grade students. Future Freshman night will be April 23rd. Registration will be from 4pm to 8pm at Auburn Mountainview High school this year. You must register through Auburn Mountainview High School for next year’s classes. This is a change from past years.

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  • New Registration-Call...Attendance Office 253.931.4855

    Please call and report ALL absences, thank you!

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  • Rainier Middle School 2014/15 Title I Schoolwide Program (click here for more info)

    Dear Parents and Guardians: Prior to November conferences, we sent home a letter with your student containing three pieces of important information. There was general information regarding the TITLE 1 Program, a Student/Parent Compact, and a brief survey. To be in compliance with district-wide TITLE 1 program requirements, it is very important that we receive these documents signed by both student and parent/guardian, and returned as soon as possible to your student’s first period class. Many of you have already signed and turned in this document; and we greatly appreciate it. For those of you who have yet to sign, we are asking that you do so at the soonest convenience. If you have any questions regarding this, please contact our school at 253-931-4843. Thanks for the continued support of your child’s success in their education. Ben Talbert, Principal

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  • Rainier Middle School students recently captured the Association of Space Explorers AstroSat Challenge. (click for more info)

    As part of a national contest designed for high school students, science teacher Jennifer Muscolo challenged her seventh-grade students to develop an experiment to submit to the challenge.

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  • Technology in Schools: Informational Videos

    Auburn School District elementary and secondary schools showcase the use of technology in the classroom. Click the headline link above to view.

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