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School Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday 8:20-2:49

Wednesday 8:20-1:09

Minimum Days 8:20-11:59

Office Hours M-F 7:30-4:00

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Attention Parents and Students,

If any links are not working properly, a feature on your login page is not working, or you are unable to get to your teacher's page, please send an email to maxbridges@antioch.k12.ca.us and we will work to get it corrected.

Thank you for your patience.

High School Pathway Information




High School Pathway Information Nights have been scheduled. Please selected the link below for event nights. Students and Parents may attended more than one information night and do not have to attend the event at their middle school.

pathway flyer english 2013.pdf

Pathway Parent Flyer 2013-2014 Spanish.pdf

DRMS...Where the sky is NOT the limit!

Dallas Ranch Middle School Principal’s Roundtable

Please Join us for our first Principal’s Roundtable

Thursday, September 25th

6:30-7:30 PM Multi-Use Room


September is School Attendance Awareness Month.

Our Roundtable topic will be School Attendance.


¢Guest Speaker: Laura Delehunt, CCC Assistant District Attorney.
Dallas Ranch Middle School Mesa Redonda con el Director

Por favor unáse a nosotros para llevar a cabo la primera ‘mesa redonda’ con el director

Jueves, Septiembre 25

6:30-7:30 PM Salón Multi-Usos


Septiembre  es el mes  de la concientización  de la asistencia.

El tema de la mesa redonda será  sobre la asistencia escolar.


¢Invitada especial: Laura Delehunt, CCC Asistente del fiscal.

School Site Council Voting Ballot

Please download and print the ballot to make your selections.  Ballots are due to the DRMS office no later than Friday, September 19, 2014.


English Ballot


Spanish Ballot


Nomination Form


Next meeting is Friday, September 12, 8:30 am in the DRMS Library


Informational Flier

Important Dates:


Sept 9 General PTSA Meeting

Sept 16 th picture day

Sept 18 progress reports

Oct 10 report cards

Oct 13 No school

Oct 15 make up picture day

Oct 20-24 Conference week

Nov 10 no School SDD

Nov 11 no school Veterans Day

Nov 13 Progress Reports

Nov 24-28 Thanksgiving break

Dec 19 report card and minimum day release at 11:59

Dec 22-Jan 2 Winter Break

Jan 19 no school Martin Luther King

Heard of Common Core? Want to know more?

Check out these links for more information.




Stay Healthy

The Antioch Unified School District wants you to protect yourself and your family against all flu viruses. Here are some ways to stop the spread of germs and sickness and take care of your family. Click for more information.

DRMS Bully Box

Our school counselor, Alexandra Allen, is presenting information to the 6th grade students at DRMS about bullying.  Help create a bully-free environment on our campus by reporting any incident that may involve bullying.  Read the link on "Bullying Tips" to help prevent or avoid being bullied.

Click here  to complete a form. 

Bullying Tips form, click here .

Ways to Contribute to Dallas Ranch Middle School

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Donors Choose

Make a donation based on the needs of a teacher.  Visit the DonorsChoose website and search for needs of DRMS teachers.  You can provide a small or large donation toward the item needed.


DRMS Uniform Policy

Dallas Ranch will require all students to wear a uniform during the 2014-2015 school year.   Detailed information regarding the uniforms can be found by clicking on the links below.

Acceptable uniform clothing and colors

FAQ's (Frequently asked questions about what is acceptable)

Dress Code Enforcement/Consequence


Ed Dacus


Paula McEvoy

Kai Montgomery 

Liah Jones-Douglas

Vice Principals

Leslie Scudero, Administrative Assistant


925-779-7486 Fax

DRMS Mission

DallasRanch Middle School Mission:

Dallas Ranch Middle School has a unique school culture that embraces-


The six pillars of character: respect, caring, fairness, trustworthiness, responsibility, citizenship


We are a place that values diversity, where students are active participants and feel a sense of belonging and pride. Aviators learn to be responsible for the success for themselves and others.


Students understand the importance of learning and have a desire to achieve to the best of their ability.  They receive support in their academic endeavors and learn to be critical thinkers.


We prepare students for success in high school, college, careers, and to make positive contributions to society.

Whole Child

Aviators are well-rounded individuals with opportunities to develop their bodies and minds through sports, clubs, electives, and other extra-curricular activities.