Castle Rock Middle School
615 Front Avenue SW
Castle Rock, WA 98611
Phone: (360) 501-2920
Fax: (360) 501-3125

Principal:  Tiffaney Golden

School Hours: 8:05 AM - 2:50 PM  
Holiday Release Days/Conference Week: 8:05 AM - 12:10 PM       Wednesday Early Release8:05 AM - 1:50 PM
Like us on Facebook!                         A.S.B. Officers for the 2017-2018 School Year


                               President - Landon Gardner                               
Vice President - Sunshine Watkins
Secretary/Treasurer - Gracie Beck

AVID is coming to Castle Rock Middle School!

2017-2018 Fees
PE Uniforms                $15 (shirt & shorts)
ASB                             $25
Sports Participation     $40 per sport
Yearbook                     $15

Lunch                           $2.90
Breakfast                      $1.50
*Free and reduced  lunch forms must be filled out each school year

Fall Sports Information- must have a current physical, concussion form and proof of insurance on file in order to practice
7th and 8th grade students may compete in middle school sports (WIAA rules)
August 24    Football Gear Handout    8th grade at 5:00 PM    7th grade at 5:30 PM - practice info will be handed out
August 28    First Football Practice at 9:00 AM  - field behind the middle school building
                    Volleyball Tryouts 3:15-5:15 - in middle school gym
                    Soccer Tryouts   3:00-5:00 - North County Fields - wear cleats and shin guards
                    Cross Country Practice 3:00 - Castle Rock High School

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Keys to Success at CRMS
* Get a good night's sleep
*Eat healthy and drink lots of water
*Do your homework
*Pay attention in class
*Get involved
*Think positively
*Ask for help
*Stay organized

Let's start the new year right!  
Attend Today - be here every day, on time.

Middle School Supply List
Good quality 2"-3" three ring binder with pocket inserts- no trapper keepers
5-6 colored tab subject dividers
zipper pouch
Notebook paper
4 (70-100 pg.) spiral notebooks (make sure they are three ring punched)
Agenda/daily planner- three hole punched so it can be kept in binder

PE Uniforms $15 for set (set includes a tshirt and shorts)

Optional Items:

Login and see how your student is doing.  Skyward is updated weekly.  Monday morning is the best time to check.

Please save your Box Tops and send them in with your student.  We are having a competition between our advisory classes. 

Our middle school students working with our local preschool on a science experiment.

FCA will be back in the Fall of 2017! Check back later this summer! 
Elementary, middle and high school students are welcome to attend.   Each week brings something different, there are ice breakers, speakers, videos, etc.  Bring a friend and come check it out!

We are excited to announce our summer reading program for our incoming 6th, 7th and 8th grade students as they head into summer!  Our goal is for all students to read in a meaningful and fun way during the summer. Here’s what your child is expected to do over the summer:

  1. Read 100 minutes or more per week for 10 weeks (that’s 15 minutes a day) during the summer.  This can be accomplished by students reading independently, by reading with a parent or sibling or by having a reading partner.  For each day read, students record the number of reading minutes on the reading log.  Parents then initial the verified reading time.

  2. Look to the Book Challenge card for ideas and see how many ways the reading goal may be accomplished.  “Choice” spaces are provided for students to write in their own book ideas.

Students who meet summer reading program expectations need to bring their completed summer reading log back to school during the first week of September to earn a small prize.  Students who have logged a total of 1000 minutes or more will then have their names entered in a drawing by grade level for a chance to win a large prize.  The celebration of our summer reading program will take place during an assembly.  

The National Institute of Education has reported ”.....the amount of reading done out of school is consistently related to gains in reading achievement.”  Please help us by making reading a part of your child’s summer.