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Rio Bravo Middle School

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Points of Pride

  • Rio Bravo Middle School's beginnings go back to summer of 1996. Pasodale Elementary had been the home K-8 classes. The school was bursting at the seams, when the district and community decided that the middle school needed a new home. A farm/ranch sat on the property where the school is located. After all was said and done RBMS opened up in August 1998.

    We have gone through growing pains and achieved much. We have proved ourselves with hard work and dedication. Many leaders in the community and other parts of the Americas received their inspiration to become members of society. Our students will continue their rites of passage and be productive members of society.

    Ysleta ISD 1:1 EngageMe Initiative provided funding to issue a Lenovo Chrome laptop to all 7th students last year. The district is to do the same for all 8th students this upcoming academic year. We are looking forward to another successful year of integrating the curriculum with more technology.

    Rio Bravo Middle School will be offering 2 STEM classes. Our district, administrators, STEM teachers, and support faculty and staff already have everything in motion to make the STEM Program a success.

    • Rio Bravo Middle School can associate themselves with several student bodies within the campus.
      Lobo Technology Leaders, allows students to explore technology concepts that help them in the classroom. These students also assist in electronically documenting campus events through our Media Cast, school website and yearbook.
    • Lobo Ambassadors befriend incoming students throughout the year that come to our school and help those students feel welcomed and become part of our Lobo Community.
      • Rachel’s Club addresses student safety where students spread acts of kindness throughout the campus and promote acceptance and belonging. Our Ambassadors conduct presentations during Period to promote the tenets of Rachel's Club.
    • Student Council is a leadership group that creates the opportunity for students to become effective leaders, thus encouraging and influencing a positive school climate.

    Our sports teams did well this past school year. The 8th Grade Boys and Girls Basketball teams won the district championship for 2015. The 7th Boys Baseball Team won the district championship for 2016.


  • 2016-2017 School Supply Lists

    General supplies needed for EVERY student (enough to last the whole year):

    • Head Phones (inexpensive)
    • College Rule Paper
    • Pencils, and pens
    • Erasers and Sharpener
    • Color pencils and Markers
    • Scissors
    • Glue Sticks or Bottle Glue
    • Ruler

    6TH GRADE:

    Math: 1 Composition  book

    Science: 3 Composition books

    ELAR: Highlighters, 4 composition books, Personal   Dictionary/Thesaurus(available at home), 1 roll of clear packing tape

    Social Studies: 1 Composition book.

    7TH GRADE:


    Custer: 1 pocket folder with prongs

    Ontiveros: 3 composition books

    Writing: Personal Dictionary/Thesaurus available at home

    Math: 1 composition book

    Social Studies: 1 composition book

    Reading: 2 composition books


    ELAR: 1 composition book, 1 bottle of white glue, 1 package of Post-its

    Math: 1 composition book, 4 AAA batteries

    Algebra: 1 composition book

    Science: 3 composition books

    Social Studies:

    Chavez: 1 inch binder, 1 pkg of 5 tab dividers

    Montes: 20 manila folders, sturdy notebook


    If you are enrolled in any of the following electives you will also need:

    ESL: Spanish/English Dictionary

    Technology: USB flash drive, minimum of 2GB, 1 box of Kleenex

    Yearbook: USB flash drive, minimum 2GB

    Spanish: 1 composition book

    PE: PE Uniform to be discussed during registration

    Health: 1 Pocket folder w/prongs, 1 box of Kleenex

    STAAR Reading: (I Station) 2 composition books, Headphones/earbuds(from Wal-Mart, Family Dollar, etc.), 2 bottles of glue, 2 package of Post-it-notes.

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