Tell us what books you want for the library! (Click here for the website)

When you are finished, please see Mrs. Hampton for a treat. Also, you can check what books are available online!

Purchase your Yearbook! (Click here for the website)

Purchase your Ralston Yearbook online … $35.00 until 12/31/2019

Back to School Night

Back to School Night is on Thursday, September 12, 2019. The Ralston staff will present course objectives, homework/study requirements, and grading policies. In addition, we will have Ralston apparel, yearbooks and popsicles for sale. Parents/guardians will be asked to follow the schedule of classes for their student(s). A bell will ring to begin and end each period. The evening will begin in the Multipurpose Room at 5:45 pm. We look forward to seeing you!
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Ralston Scholars Participate in Countrywide Program

Ralston scholars in Ms. Ponce’s Algebra 1 and AVID 8 classes participated in the seven week Khan Academy’s LearnStorm Growth Mindset Program at the beginning of the school year. Students completed a weekly Growth Mindset Activity and a weekly activit…
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Ralston Students Receive Honor Roll School Status

Garden Grove Unified School District (GGUSD) this week was named a California Honor Roll District and 40 of its schools were named 2017-2018 California Honor Rolls Schools, earning recognition for high achievement in student success, reduction in ach…
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Ralston Intermediate is a Gold Ribbon School!

Congratulations to all our hardworking teachers, faculty, students, and parents for this high honor! California Gold Ribbon Schools are selected based on model programs or best practices that schools across the state could emulate.
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Ralston Students Celebrate Pi Day

On March 14, Ralston Intermediate School students celebrated Pi Day. Each math teacher held a contest to see how many students could memorize the most digits of Pi, which represents the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter, approxim…
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