Oct. 15-19 is Anti-Bullying Week

anti-bullying week

Oct. 22 - 26 is Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week

Girl Scouts’ Community Outreach

Girl Scouts’ Community Outreach will be providing their annual program for Schneider girls during P.E. classes once a week through November 5th. This year the program, “Girls Are Great”, addresses bullying, cyber safety, female empowerment/global women’s issues, and etiquette. The program is free and requires no commitment outside of school.  For more information about the outreach program, email Angie Helman


If girls are interested in starting or joining a traditional Girl Scout troop, parents may contact Mariza Baker at

Update: Help for the Carolinas

When we needed help after Hurricane Harvey, donations and acts of service also flooded in to our area.

For the past few weeks we have raised money for Hurricane Florence victims and survivors.  As a campus we raised $1,347.07!

Way to go, Spartans!

Hurricane Relief

September Students of the Month

Congratulations to the following Spartans who were chosen as the Students of the Month for their pod for the month of September.  Each student was selected because they show respect to others.  Way to go, Spartans.

September Students of the Month

Spartans Attend Houston Texans Play 60

About 25 students from Jessup Elementary and Schneider Middle recently participated in the Houston Texans Play60 event with officers from the Houston Police Department's PAL program.

Students had the chance to show off their best dance moves, run football drills and have fun with the Texans rookie class.

Texans Play

The Houston Police Department PAL program recruits Houston area youth, ages 8-18 and adult volunteers to participate in athletic, educational and mentoring activities. Their goal is to reduce juvenile crime and violence through “Relational Policing” which includes building trusting relationships among youth, law enforcement and the community.

Source: Pasadena ISD Facebook 
Visit the PISD Facebook page to see more pictures

Important information for the 2018-2019 School Year:

1. 2018-2019 RSMS School Supply List
**Please note: only clear or mesh backpacks will be allowed.

2. 2018-2019 RSMS School Dress Code

3.  Bell Schedule & Lunch Times

4. Morning & Breakfast Procedures
**Please note: Car riders will need to be dropped off on the Bryant Street side of the school.  The front of the school is only for buses.

5. Parent Handbook

6. Sign up for Remind 101 messages

7.  RSMS 2018 - 2019 Bus Routes (updated 9/24/18) You can also find out your student's bus number, bus stop location, and pick up and drop off time using the PISD Bus Route Finder.
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About Us

Principal: Kristin Still

5th Grade
Assistant Principal: Oziel Chapa 
Counselor: Maricela Escamilla

6th Grade
Assistant Principal: Cory Carter
Counselor: Danielle Knight
Mission Statement

Rick Schneider Middle School's mission is to provide opportunities for academics, social, and emotional growth and development of our students through innovative curriculum and programs given by qualified and caring teachers and staff in a 21st century classroom environment.

Guidelines for Success

Spartans have the strength to succeed and the courage to lead!