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Student Agreements

At Ralston Middle School, we all agree to the following:

  • Respect yourself: Do only those things that will help you to achieve a successful and healthy future.
  • Respect others: Use the lifeskills and ...more

Student Events

Ralston Dances

Several dances are held every year. Attendance at school dances is a privilege designed for students with good academic standing, good behavior and good attendance. Students who are truant, ...more

Student Activities

Upstanders Club

Upstanders is a weekly lunchtime club where students can be more than bystanders; when you harness your "bystander power," you stand up for something - therefore, you become an Upstander!  

Students come to meetings to brainstorm ways to help support a positive climate and culture at Ralston, and see what action they can take to help their peers and community.

WEB - Where Everybody Belongs

WEB stands for Where Everybody Belongs.  It is a full-year elective course for aspiring student leaders.  These WEB leaders become mentors for all 6th graders and any new students throughout the year.  As mentors, WEB leaders work to foster a sense of community at Ralston Middle School where all students feel like they belong.  WEB leaders are often out at 6th grade lunches, where they spend time playing and connecting to 6th graders.  They also work to put on Ralston’s new student Orientation and other after-school socials throughout the school year.

Homework Club

Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15 - 4:45 in the Library


Homework is an important extension of the school’s instructional program.  Students may be assigned 4-6 hours per week of homework, as needed.  Homework is to be a well-established part of your educational program.  Homework forms an important part of every teacher’s grading criteria.  All Ralston students are expected to do and return all homework assignments.  To ensure that both students and parents understand homework assignments, assignments should be recorded in a school planner each day.  Teachers can sign for verification of assignments upon student request. Students are expected to contact a “Homework Buddy” to determine class and homework assignments, to clarify details of assignments and to determine missed assignments due to an absence.  Parent requests for homework can be made via email or leaving a voice mail for their teachers. Homework will be provided if the student is absent beyond three days due to serious illnesses.

SAGA - Sexuality and Gender Alliance

SAGA is a lunchtime club for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, + (LGBTQ+) students and their allies. It is a safe space for all students, regardless of gender identity and sexual orientation, to address LGBTQ+ issues through peer support and school wide activities.

After School Sports

Ralston has an active After-School Sports Program that emphasizes participation and sportsmanship. This program is operated by joint agreement between Ralston School and the Belmont Parks and ...more

Math Homework Club

Math Homework Club is open to all students in 6th-8th grade and is staffed by a Ralston math teacher every Wednesday morning in room 22.  It provides a quiet place to work on math assignments, ask questions, get extra practice or prepare for a math test.  There's access to textbooks for all grades and Chromebooks.  Students are welcome Wednesday mornings between 7:30am-8:15am; they can stay for the whole time or just long enough to meet their individual needs.  

Student Government

Student Government

Teacher: Mrs. Sanchez

Room B-6

Period 4

There are two ways to become a part of Ralston Student Government.

1. Become an elected officer: must be a returning 8th grade student ...more