The mission of Rudolph Matas Elementary School is to maintain high academic achievement by meeting the diverse learning needs of every student.
Mrs. Maher’s class was lucky to be chosen by Mrs. Linda Auld for a grant called Project Monarch. Mrs. Jestis’ class and Mrs. Dunlap’s class are also participating in the project. The students will be raising butterflies and planting gardens. They will plant vegetables and other plants that are necessary for this project. We will be asking for […]
The Matas PTO is taking orders for spirit shirts that students can wear every Friday. Please consider purchasing one for your child. See the link below for an order form. The order form and money (cash or check) can be turned into the homeroom teacher. The shirts will be delivered once orders are received. If […]
Rudolph Matas will host Open House on Thursday, August 21, 2014 at 7:00 P.M. We ask that parents meet in the auditorium for an overview and introduction from the Principal, Ms. Helmstetter, followed by teacher presentations in their classrooms. In an effort to accommodate all, Open House is for parents only. Students should not attend. […]
Welcome back to school! The first official day of school for 1st-7th grade students is Friday, August 8, 2014. If you are unsure of where to go, faculty and staff will be available to help you find your child’s homeroom and direct you where to go. We are excited to have you at Matas and […]
Last night the JPSB unanimously approved changes for February 26, 2014 and March 24, 2014 that are currently half-day and early release for students to be changed to FULL ATTENDANCE days for all JPPSS students.