Rampage is Pleasant Hill Middle School's bi-monthly newsletter. Mrs. O'Leary is the current Editor-in-Chief for the Rampage and their will be postings of the school newspaper on our website along with an archive of older editions as well. CLICK HERE, to view our very first edition of the 2014 school year.
A Message from Principal McCormick
Dear Families and Friends of Pleasant Hill Middle School,
What a wonderful opening of school! The custodial staff had the entire campus looking beautiful, teachers prepared wonderful classrooms and first day lessons, the entire office staff provided amazing customer service, and the students were enthusiastic to be here.
This is also the time of year where teachers are sending home welcome letters and supply lists. Please know that all of these are requests for donations and see below for more details.
Please note that you or your student is not required to purchase, donate, or contribute any of the requested items on the school supply list(s). However, if you voluntarily decide to purchase, donate or contribute any of the requested supplies and provide them to your student’s teacher(s), the supplies will be shared equally among all the students in the class in order for each student to participate in the planned, fun, academic activities.
Please consider purchasing, donating, or contributing any item or monetary donation to your student’s classroom that you feel is appropriate.
Diphtheria, Pertussis and Tetanus (TDAP) is a serious set of diseases that we as a school are trying to combat. Diphtheria is caused from a bacteria that coats the back of the throat and nose and is highly contagious. It is linked to h... Continue
New Students and Families
Parents who are registering new students at Pleasant Hill Middle School should visit the campus after August 4th, 2014. New Families can access our on-line registration found here on the Mt. Diablo Unified School District Website. Continue
6/4 - Open House 6:30 pm
DVC - College For Kids
College For Kids is a summer program for students in grades 4-9, with academic and enrichment classes. Click here for more information.