Message From The Principal
It has been quite the busy month. After Rancho Strong Week, we have buckled down attending classes, learning and earning credits the last three weeks. Our newest students seem to have acclimated well and have been terrific additions to our tribe.
Recently, our teachers spent time looking at student grades and credits earned from first semester. There is an amazing correlation between student success and student attendance. We understand how challenging the pandemic has been and remain empathetic to individual students and their situations.
From a teacher perspective, the pandemic has had many challenges. In addition to the challenges of learning new delivery tools such as Canvas and Zoom, they have missed the very thing that energizes them to come to school everyday... seeing students.
Students, please make every effort possible to attend your synchronous class meetings. Turn your cameras on and engage with your teachers.
We got this!
Credit #1 Ends on February 5.
Credit #2 ends on 3/5
Credit #3 ends on 4/16
Credit #4 ends on 5/12
Credit #5 ends on 6/4
Teachers Office Hours
1. Meeting with Coaching Classes
2. Getting help during teacher office hours
9:40-10:10 - Coaching Class
10:15-11:15.- Office Hour - Cooper / Webb / Eagleton / Trout
11:15-12:15 - Office hour - Medina / Krefft / Jereczek / Tolbert / Razukas
12:45-1:45. - Office Hour - Adkins / Cunningham / Gonzalez / Shanahan
Employee Of The Week
Mr. Noel Trout
Mr. Noel Trout has been teaching Economics and Government for over a decade at RVHS. He has coached many different sports including football, girls and boys lacrosse, and girls field hockey. His experience has shaped him into the educator and person that you see today.
Noel loves spending time with his family and friends while finding time to do a little fly fishing on the side. Mr. Trout brings fun and enjoyment to his classroom. Students say that he is down to earth, straightforward and doesn’t mind having a good laugh.
Mr. Trout besides helping students learn about political issues and government institutions, he guides students toward path to become responsible, capable adults. He encourages students to form opinions based on facts and logic. Students appreciate that he doesn’t baby them, but requires them to stand on their own two feet and carry themselves towards graduation. He instills in his students the values of responsibility and self ownership.
Mr. Noel Trout, thank you for all of your dedication and consistency. You are the “Employee of the week”. Thanks for being you!