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Rocky Mountain Middle School

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Rocky Mountain Middle School

Rocky Mountain Middle School
3443 N. Ammon Rd.
Idaho Falls, Idaho, Bonneville, 83401
United States
Coordinates -111.965401|type:city name=


Motto Effort Creates Ability
Opened 1992
School district Bonneville Jt. School District No. 93
Principal Jason Lords
Vice principal tom Kennedy
Chief custodian Joe Landon
Faculty 34
Grades 7-8
Age range 12-14
Classes offered Band, PE,Drama,Choir,Wood-shop,Young living, Health
Language English
Campus type Closed
School colour(s) Purple, Gold
Slogan ABC Not Yet
Sports Basketball, Cheerleading, Volleyball, Wrestling
Mascot Panthers
Nickname RMMS
Rival Sandcreek Dragons
Newspaper Pawprint, RMTV

Rocky Mountain Middle School (RMMS) is an average sized school in the town of Idaho Falls, Idaho. It is in Bonneville Joint School District No. 93 and has grades 7 through 8. It has many different classes and exploratory classes. The building was originally Bonneville High School from 1957 until 1977 when a new building was completed just west of the old one. The old high school then became Bonneville Junior High and later North Bonneville Junior High when a new junior high school was built in Ammon. In 1992 when a second high school Hillcrest was built, 9th grade classes in the district moved to the high schools and 6th grade classes moved from the elementary schools forming Rocky Mountain Middle School.

External links

  • School website
  • District website

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