In this page you will find answers to the most common questions we receive from our families.
- What do I need to do if I need to pick up my student early?
- What time do students get out on early release Wednesdays?
- Do I need to call and let the school know if my student is going to be absent?
- How can I get a message to my student while at school?
- If my student has a problem with his/her school issued laptop, who should I contact?
- My child is sick, I am not sure if he/she should stay home or go to school?
- How do I go about updating my family's contact information at school?
- What is my child's bus route?
- The school bus is late! Who should I call?
- How can I set up automatic emails for missing assignments?
If you need to pick up your student during the school day for an early dismissal, please call the school office a minimum of 15-20 minutes before you arrive (Earlier is even better)! This will give the office staff time to have your student waiting for you in the office when you arrive. If you prefer to have your student meet you in front of the building instead of in the office, please make this request when you call. Your student may head out there after signing out in the office.
Yes! If we don’t hear from a parent/guardian that a student is going to be absent, the absence will automatically be marked as unexcused. Parents can call the attendance line at 425-936-2461 and leave a message, or call the school office at 425-936-2460. When leaving a message, please state your name, your relationship to the student and the reason for the absence.
Should you need to get a message to your student during school hours, please call our main line (425-936-2460) and we will do our best to get the message to your student. Our school policy states that student cell phones must be turned off between the hours of 7:40 am and 2:15 pm so please help your student be successful by not communicating with them via their cell phone during the school day. Cell phones may be turned back on after 2:15 pm.
If your student is having a problem with his/her laptop, your student should take the computer down to the library during Pride Time. Most days we have a district technology technician on site during that time who can take a look at it. Middle School is a great time for kids to practice the skill of self-advocacy, so please allow your child the opportunity to take the steps necessary to get the issue solved on their own.
When is your child too sick to attend school? Please read the information on the following link to make an informed decision on whether your child should stay home, or not. If while at school, your child is determined to have any of the symptoms described in this list, you will be called and asked to pick up your child from school.
Please contact our Registrar Mrs. Pizarro in the Counseling Office. Some changes will require that you visit the school and make the changes in person.
- Changing your email address
- Changing your street address
- Changing your student's legal name
- Changing your phone number(s)
- Changing, or adding to your student's emergency contacts
Parent must come in person and present an address verification document to the registrar.
- This document must show parent or guardian name and address.
- Documents acceptable for verification: Recent Water/Sewer/Gas/Electricity/Waste bill, Mortgage Statement, Sale Agreement, Lease Agreement, IRS Correspondence.
- Utility bills must be dated within 60 days prior to student's first day of school.
- Documents not acceptable for verification: Past due bills, cable bills, phone bills, internet bills, driver's licenses, bank statements.
- Post Office box numbers are not acceptable as residence address.
- If the new address places your student outside the Rose Hill Middle School area, you must fill a variance form to request continued attendance to this school. The school may accept or deny this request.
Parent can contact our Registrar at 425.936.2460, and she will be happy to help.
Please let us know:
- Type of phone number (Home, Work, Mobile)
- If you would like this phone number to be your new primary phone number. The primary phone number is the first phone number we use to call in case we need to get in touch with your family. There is only one primary phone number per family.
Please contact our registrar at 425.936.2460. She will be happy to help you.
- The school will not release your child to any person not listed in your student's emergency contacts list.
- In case of an emergency, in the event the school is unable to contact the parent or guardian, the school will contact, and may release your child to the people listed as your student's emergency contact.
If your student is eligible for transportation, you will receive a postcard in the mail each year, before school begins, listing the bus information for your student(s). This postcard contains the route number; bus stop location; and time of pick up and drop off. If you did not receive a postcard or would like to confirm the information, you can look it up online, by using the above link. Parents will be contacted by the driver with route information for special needs students.
If you have a question about a bus stop, contact the Transportation Department at 425-936-1120 or BusRoutes@lwsd.org. Calls and emails are answered in the order in which they are received. The Transportation Department receives a high volume of calls at the beginning of the school year. We appreciate your patience as they respond as quickly as possible.
Parents and families can choose to receive automatic notification once each day about the existence of any assignments marked by a teacher as missing. Please follow the steps below to begin receiving these emails.
- Log in to Parent Access and then click the link titled [Family Access].
- Once inside your Family Access account, select the My Account tab, top right on the page.
- In My Account, select the checkbox at the bottom left of the page that enables email notification. It states, “Receive Grading Emails for my student(s).” Then SAVE.