Beginning Monday, October 16th Any phone not turned in at the office as required will cost the student $15 before the phone is returned.


    Level I offense – Student/Parent Handbook, pg. 86


    #3. Confiscation of a cell phone; a fee of $15.00 will be charged for the return of the phone. The school is not liable for lost or stolen cell phones. All confiscated phones are to be turned in by the RMA staff member to the campus principal’s office immediately, if possible, or as soon as possible on the day the phone is confiscated.


    Credit Recovery:  Term I

    Beginning Monday, Sept 25th 2023, Term I credit recovery sessions will be open. If you have more than 4 absences, then you must attend credit recovery sessions. If you are an AM student, you will also attend the PM session. If you are a PM student, you will attend the AM session also. The number of days that you must attend both sessions to recover your course credits will depend on the number of days you are absent. 

    You will sign in with Ms. Yonke for your recovery session and complete online assignments. You will remain in the Wolf Den during your recovery sessions. In order to receive your Term 1 course credits, you must attend each recovery session that you are assigned AND you must complete the online work assigned. 

    If You do not attend all assigned sessions, you cannot regain credit. If you do not pass the online course assignments with 70% or better, you cannot regain credit.

    Please check with Ms. Yonke right away if you are unsure if you need to attend any credit recovery sessions. REMEMBER, 4 DAYS PER 9 WEEKS IS THE ALLOWANCE. IF YOU HAVE MISSED 5 DAYS OR MORE THEN YOU MUST ATTEND. 

    Compulsory Attendance Law

    State law (Texas Education Code Section 25.085) requires that all students at least 6 years of age and not yet 19 attend school each day. Compulsory attendance also applies to students who are younger than six and who have been voluntarily enrolled in pre-kindergarten or kindergarten.

    90% Rule

    Students earn course credits by meeting the course requirements AND attending classes 90% of the time, whether the absences are excused or unexcused. Your student may not earn course credit nor be promoted to the next grade level if they are not meeting the 90% rule. In order to receive credit for a final grade for a class, the student must go through the Attendance Recovery Process at your campus.




    RMA Public Schools Odessa

    2419 N. County Road West #10
    Odessa, TX 79763
    (432) 614-1859
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  • RMA Odessa strives to create an environment of acceptance, tolerance, and success. Our pride is in the fact that our students choose to be here with a willingness to help each other attain success. Our staff facilitates this by offering creative, alternative ways of learning that cause our students to want to be at school every day. Small class sizes allow us to offer more one-to-one learning that students thrive on and need.

    Career and Technology classes offer AutoCAD, Business, and Law Enforcement. Along with our rigorous classes offered on campus, Dual Credit opportunities are available through Odessa College and the University of Texas of the Permian Basin. We also offer specialized services such as Pregnancy-Related Services, Special Education, and 504 accommodations.

    Just the Facts

    • 21 faculty and staff members
    • We offer AutoCAD, Business, and Law Enforcement Classes
    • 16 years serving Ector County students
    • Student Criminal Justice Club regularly competes at a State Level

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    A Message from Our School Principal

    Welcome to Success! I’m so glad you are visiting our website. It is my hope that you find that we are a place that welcomes students and parents with hope, encouragement, and support. At RMA Odessa, we have a staff full of teachers and associate teachers who are certified or highly qualified. We take great pride in helping our students attain success, which translates into earning a high school diploma.

    Applications are accepted daily. We would love to have an opportunity to answer any questions you may have about our programs or even our four-hour school day.


    We wish you a great 2023-2024 school year! 

    "I adore these kids. I love watching them be able to make progress and work toward a great future. Our students come to RMA, and they can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel because they finally see some success. It is very rewarding to work here."
    Ms. Lavers
    RMA Special Education Teacher
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