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CLUB LIVE leadership conference

On November 10, 2022 the Club Live team at Ralston Intermediate went to a conference at South Jr. High School called Youth Advocacy Training. They were discussing ways of saying no to drugs and leading a healthy life. They were taught how to be bette…
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BMX show to promote drug-free & bully -free life

On November 15, 2022, during 6th period, the school had an exciting BMX assembly. This assembly was on the blacktop, unlike other assemblies Ralston has had. They started with their introduction and then talked about the reason why they do BMX. They…
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Beach Clean-up with AVID

Our local beach at Seal Beach is now clean and free of trash because of our Avid classes’ hard work.Lots of students showed up all dressed up in their Halloween costumes to help out. The beach clean-up was hosted by Ms. Ponce on Saturday, October 29t…
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Celebrate Life - Club LIVE

Club Live is a club for kids to learn about drug abuse. This club had games in front of the library from Halloween to the end of the week. When Club Live officially started, they organized an assembly at our PE Period for Mrs. Potts to introduce hers…
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Alters for Dia de los Muertos

The Day of the Dead is a Mexican heritage holiday that occurs on November 1-2. Ralston’s Spanish Heritage class created altars to honor their loved ones who have passed. The altar and the day are celebrated to show remembrance of loved ones that have…
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Halloween Advanced Strings Concert

On Halloween 2022 (October 31st), students in Advanced Strings set up their musical equipment on the black top to play music for students and staff members to enjoy. Students were walking into the campus with their Halloween costumes to kick off the…

Principal's Message

Principal's Message

Greetings Ralston Scholars and Parents!

As the new principal of Ralston Intermediate School, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the 2022-2023 school year. I am looking forward to a great year filled with academics, positive experiences, and fun!

Intermediate school is one of the most important times in your child’s life. The adolescent years can be emotional, exciting, and surprising. Ralston has outstanding teachers, staff, administrators, and counselors to provide unconditional social and emotional support helping each student to feel welcome, connected to learning, and safe.

We strive to challenge each scholar and provide them with a rigorous curriculum. Your scholar will experience a variety of learning opportunities and will be supported so they can reach their personal best. Teachers will make knowledge accessible to your student by integrating effective instructional strategies and technology. We believe that all scholars should graduate from high school prepared for post-secondary education, career and be productive members of society.

We look forward to working alongside our families in educating students to become life-long learners. Please consider joining one of our many opportunities for parents and families to be involved this school year. We appreciate your support and interest in your student’s entire school experience as they work to achieve academic, social, and life-long success. There are many things you can do to help your scholar achieve success at Ralston including: 1) support and encourage them to complete their homework on a daily basis, 2) communicate with teachers and staff, 3) use the Parent Portal to monitor your scholar’s grades and assignments and 4) check their planner on a regular basis. By working together, we can ensure your scholar has a successful year at Ralston.

It is an honor to serve as the principal of Ralston Intermediate School. 

Eagle Pride!

Sincerely,                                                                                                                              

Feather Hocking, Principal