Welcome to East Rockford Middle School, home of 839 students in sixth, seventh and eighth grades. ERMS is proud to be recognized as both a Michigan Blue Ribbon Exemplary School and a fully accredited school by AdvancED. Additionally, we have once again been identified by the Michigan Department of Education as a school that has made Adequate Yearly Progress.
Educating the whole child is a core philosophy at ERMS and we offer a strong balance between academics, cocurricular activities and after-school programs. Additionally, we implement various student intervention programs to target unique student needs that include special services, gifted and talented, speech and language, occupational and physical therapists, and a student assistance team.
The East Rockford Middle School staff is comprised of 52 certified teachers, two counselors, a media specialist, office assistants, special services, food service personnel, a health aid, a security officer and custodians. We are committed to providing an educational experience focused on the needs of preparing middle school students. We also pride ourselves on our partnerships with our highly involved parents and our combined vision of achievement for all students. Working together, East Rockford Middle School provides a positive educational experience and effectively prepares students for their next steps in life.
Mike Ramm, Principal
East Rockford Middle School
Announcements and Information
Drama Club Performance ERMS Interpretation of High School MusicalMarch 19 at 7 p.m.Free Admission (Voluntary donations will be accepted)6th Grade Camp Parent LetterCamp Forms
8th Grade Cedar Point Trip - May 29Permission form link
Intramural and After-School Activities - Please use the link to access the brochure with more information, dates, and times for Winter 2015
Student Report Form for Mean Behavior Please use the link to find the form. This may be turned in to the main office, guidance office, or library at ERMS.
Earn cash for our school
Clip and Turn In Box Tops for ERMS. 6th grade students should turn in to their magnet teachers. 7th and 8th graders may also turn box tops in to containers in the office based on their lunch period.
Annual ERMS fundraiser includes magazine sale and personalized photo products. Shop now by using the link.