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    Iron Horse Middle School


    Main Office: 925-790-2500

    Office Hours:


    Attendance Line:


    Important Dates

    May 30 - Memorial Day - No School

    Wed, June 1: M/T/F schedule

    8th grade Six Flags Trip

    June 2 - Last Day of School 11:44 dismissal

    June 2 - 8th Grade Promotion, 6:00pm


    Talent Show Auditions

    HomeworkLunch Time Help

    We have hired an assistant to help students with assignments during lunch. Mrs. Keeler, a credentialed math teacher will also be present to help students. The location changes each day and is posted in the MPR. If you have missing work and need some help, come on by!


    Homework Club

    Homework club has started! The library will be open until 4:00pm on Mondays and Fridays for students to get help on assignments. 

    Order Your Yearbook

    Order Your Yearbook Now!

    IHMS Yearbooks are on sale now! Don't forget to purchase your copy HERE. School code 16215

    Questions? Please contact Michelle Hamon at



    For more info and to sign up, go HERE

    5/13/22 :  Principal's Community Update 

    community update

    8th Grade Promotion Information

    The end of the 2021-22 school year is quickly approaching. We would like to share information on our upcoming end of year 8th grade class events celebrating our students. 

    Click HERE for more detailed information. 

    end of year party

    PTA Sponsored End of Year Party

    Friday, May 6th

    5-8pm at IHMS

    six flags

    Six Flags Field Trip

    Wednesday, June 1st


    Thursday, June 2nd 

    6:00pm on the Iron Horse Middle School Back field

    No tickets or RSVP required, seating is limited. Seating cannot be saved ahead of time. 

    **June 2 - 8:15-11:15am Promotion Practice

    All 8th grade students must attend practice 


    CAASPP Testing INFOrmation


    We will begin our California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) testing on April 18th. 

    There are two parts to the test, English Language Arts (ELA) and Math. The state of California also requires that only 8th graders also take CAST, which is a Science portion. 

    • Students will be required to use their SRVUSD chromebooks as they are configured to use the tools that support these tests. Please make sure your student's device is charged before arriving at school. 
    • As always, make sure your student gets a good night's sleep and a nutritious breakfast. 

    For more detailed information and access to informational pages, please reference this page from our IHMS website.  or the SRVUSD web page. 

    Please make a note of the following dates:

    April 18-22 English Language Arts CAASPP Testing

    April 25-29 Math CAASPP Testing

    May 4-6 8th Grade CAST Testing (Science) 

    Pick up and Drop Off Procedure Reminders

    The safety of our students, staff, and parents is our number one priority during morning drop-off and afternoon pick-ups. Please review our procedures:

    • Driveway 1 is closed, so please enter campus at the traffic light or the entrance closest to the fire station.

    • Our two drop off/parking areas are the parking lot directly in front of the school (Area 1), and the parking lot adjacent to the track (Area 2).

    youtube parking video

    Please watch Principal's Traffic Pattern Video

    *Drop-off/Pick-up is not allowed at the San Ramon Transit Center (“Intermodal”) along Executive Parkway, Bishop Ranch, or Alcosta Blvd.

    Please follow the directions of staff members, be courteous to other drivers, and refrain from using your cell phones.

    Safety comes first!

    Thank you!


    If your child will be absent for any reason, please call the attendance line at 925-790-2599 by 9:00 am and provide the following information:

    1. Name of Student (spell last name, slowly and clearly)
    2. Grade
    3. Date(s) of the Absence
    4. Specific reason for the Absence
    5. Your relationship to the Student

    A phone call to the Attendance Line is required.

    A Safety Message will go out to parents at 10:00 AM and 6:00 PM, if your child is marked absent.

    If you have already phoned in your child's absence and still get the message, please disregard the message to contact the school. We may not have been able to clear all messages by the time the automated dialer went out.

    AR 5113 States that all absences which are not cleared within two days after a student's return to school shall be recorded as unexcused (CUT).

    Student Lunch Drop Offs

    Student lunches can be dropped off in the front office for students to pick up at the beginning of their lunch periods.  Please make sure to communicate with your student before school that you will be dropping lunch off for them so they know to pick up their lunch in the front office. It can sometimes be challenging finding students during their lunch periods with so many students out at once.

    We will no longer be delivering lunches to classrooms as this causes a disruption to our teachers. 

    Please note that the front office is not responsible for any lost or forgotten lunches.

    Thank you for your cooperation and understanding! 

    Bag Lunch

    New Student Enrollment

    Welcome to Iron Horse Middle School! To enroll your student into our school, you must first complete the SRVUSD On-line Enrollment Application.

    After completing the application, please call our Counseling office at 925.790.2580 to make an appointment with our staff.


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    For technology support including requesting a device for your student or login/password help, please reach out to our district IT department at 925.824.1840 or visit

    IT Help Desk


    About Our School

    ABout Us

    Iron Horse Middle School was built in 1996 and is located in San Ramon CA. The school provides a rigorous academic program including a flex teaching and learning time twice a week. We believe in teaching the whole child integrating character education as well as a wide array of elective classes, clubs and extra-curricular ribbon schoolCalifornia Distinguished School

    Our Mission Statement: 

    The mission of Iron Horse Middle School is to educate, inspire, and empower students in a safe and equitable learning environment.