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Principal's Message

Dear Families,

Welcome to a new season at Rancho Minerva Middle School! We are thrilled to have you as part of our vibrant community and look forward to the growth and learning that awaits us all. As we embark on this journey together, we would like to introduce you to the theme that will guide us throughout the year: "Bloom where you are planted."

Just like a garden filled with diverse flowers, our school is a tapestry of unique individuals and families. Each of our scholars brings their own backgrounds, talents, and stories, and it is in this rich diversity that we find our strength. "Bloom where you are planted" reminds us that no matter where we come from or what challenges we face, we have the potential to flourish and thrive right where we are.

In a world that is constantly changing, we often forget the beauty and significance of our own journey. This year, we want to encourage each scholar and family to embrace their unique path and nurture their individual growth. We will celebrate personal achievements, resilience, and the joy of learning.

As educators, we are committed to providing an inclusive and nurturing environment that supports the growth of every child. We believe that when children are given the tools, opportunities, and encouragement to explore their passions, they can truly blossom. Our dedicated teachers and staff will cultivate a love for learning, while also fostering kindness, empathy, and a sense of community.

We invite you to join us on this journey of growth and discovery. Get involved in our school activities, attend parent-teacher conferences, join our PTA, and participate in the various events we have planned throughout the year. Together, we can create a nurturing environment where every scholar, like a delicate bud, can open their petals and reach their full potential.  We are confident that with your partnership, this will be a remarkable year of growth, learning, and blooming for all.

Once again, welcome to Rancho Minerva. We are delighted to have you as part of our family, and we cannot wait to witness the beautiful blooms that will emerge from our collective efforts. Let us embrace this theme, "Bloom where you are planted," and together, let us create a flourishing and vibrant community.

With warmest regards,

Christina DeSanto

Inspired Principal