Olive Peirce Middle School is a distinguished and distinctive school! We serve over 700 7th and 8th grade students and are proud to be a true “Community of Learners” where powerful teaching and learning is JOB ONE! OPMS is a “large group of people who revel in new knowledge and enjoy sharing that knowledge with others…” (OPMS student). Our beliefs and core values parallel our purpose and shared vision. We believe “in a safe and caring environment…in the uniqueness and worth of every human being…in the triangular strength of a collaborative relationship among staff, students, and home…that learning is a lifetime commitment for everyone…that success is a result of risk, creativity, and personal growth.” (OPMS Core Values). A passion for learning and a love of kids “caught in the middle” are strong forces that bind us together. OPMS is a National Blue Ribbon School (1993) and a California Distinguished School (1994 and 1999). We are proud to be an exemplary and successful middle school worthy of recognition. Students are participatory learners, teachers are courageous innovators, and our families and community ardently support us. We continue to create a Community of Learners where we solve problems together, have pride and dignity as educators, and consistently build relationships. Our unwavering commitment is to do whatever it takes to ensure ALL our adolescents become thinking, productive, caring, and healthy young people.
School Site Council
The Power of Many Working as One OPMS School Site Council responsibilities:
Meet once each quarter to review student progress toward achievement goals
Develop and guide School Plan for Student Achievement
Evaluate overall program effectiveness
School Site Council meetings are public meetings...all community members are invited to attend. School Site Council members are elected by their peers to serve a two-year term.
Check the School Calendar for upcoming meetings of the Site Council.
For more information contact: Rafael Loza, Principal 760-787-2400 email@example.com
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