The Bronco Bulletin

It's A Good Day to Be a Bronco!

THE WEEK OF APRIL 25-29, 2022

Happy Sunday, Broncos!

This week our AVID program is sponsoring a "When I Grow Up" week - TONS of things happening on campus! Make sure to participate in the spirit days & activities (listed in the ASB update below)!

Tuesday this week is the Day of the Military Child, honoring all of our military families and their service.

The end of the school year is quickly approaching, and we have MANY things happening all over campus for the next 7 weeks! Let's make the end of this year great, Broncos!

Remember - On Fridays We Wear BLUE!


During the month of April, the Arab America Foundation formally recognizes the achievements of Arab Americans through the celebration of National Arab American Heritage Month (NAAHM). Across the country, cultural institutions, school districts, municipalities, state legislatures, public servants, and non-profit organizations issue proclamations and engage in special events that celebrate our community’s rich heritage and numerous contributions to society.

Click here for more information and celebrations.


April is World Autism Month - take the pledge to help create a world where all people with autism can reach their full potential.

By taking the pledge, you will be given the information, resources and tools to engage and advocate in your community as well as learn about the mission delivery progress at Autism Speaks.

Click here for more information.



The RBHS Foundation is selling BRONCO BRICKS!

These bricks are engraved bricks and will be permanently encircle the front of library garden area. They will be a treasure that will last forever. Bricks will be installed as part of the newly renovated beautification project this summer.

You may customize your own brick - either 4x8 or 8x8. Order form is attached and is super user friendly.

For more information and to order, please visit this link:


Please see RBX Bell Schedule for a April 29 and May 13.


Let's power through April with the RBHS Library Bingo Challenge!

We are celebrating School Library Month with a BINGO challenge. Click here for details and submit completed bingo to Mrs. Martin through Canvas, Google Share, or in person by April 29th to be entered in the raffle.

It is National Poetry Month, stop by the library and create a magnetic poem!🎯 Or, create online!

SORA is a great way to squeeze in reading while on the go or relaxing at home. Log in with your ID# and password to start reading ebooks & audiobooks!

Stay safe over the break & happy reading!


Parents & guardians, please continue to monitor your student for any symptoms related to COVID before sending them to school.

  • Fever or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea

SDCOE Decision Tree:

Please complete the Google Form below to report a negative or positive test. Please do not email campus staff to report test results.

Together we can keep our Broncos safe!


AVID's "When I Grow Up" Spirit Week:

Monday - The Future is BRIGHT (wear sunglasses)

Tuesday - The Day of the Military Child (wear purple, camo, red/white/blue, or represent a branch of the US Military)

Wednesday - College Gear Day & activity at lunch!

Thursday - When I Grow Up (wear what you wanted to be when you were little)

Friday - Dream Big (wear pajamas - bonus points for BRONCO BLUE jammies!)

Follow The RBHS STABLE on Instagram!



Auditions and Interviews for the Advanced Theatre Study and Performance 7/8 class will be on May 5 at 2:30 pm in the PAC. This class is for students interested in being in the Fall Play and/or working backstage in the Technical Theatre department (building sets, designing sound, lights, and props, or working with the stage manager). Actors, please prepare a one minute monologue; Technical Theatre students, please prepare to tell us why you want to be in the advanced class and work backstage for the shows. Please see for more information.


Improv Show (the last of the school year!) is on May 5 at 7:00 pm in the PAC. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students, and may be purchased at the door, cash only. Thank you for supporting the students by attending the shows!


Are you interested in joining the RBHS Colorguard? 2022-23 RBCG Auditions will take place on May 12, 13, and 16 from 3:30 - 5:30 pm in the Orchestra Room. All equipment and training will be provided for students interested in auditioning!


Our Dance tryouts schedule is as follows:

TDF - May 9 - 10 at 7:00 - 9:00 pm

JV - May 11 at 6:30 - 9:00 pm

Intermediate - May 9 at 7:30 - 9:00 pm

HipHop and Bboy - May 12 at 7:30 - 9:00 pm

The Dance class takes place during the school day and is counted as PE, Fine Art, or Elective credit. Fill out the google doc on @RBHSDANCE on Instagram. All grades welcome! For more info contact Holly von Dohlen at


The Choir Department will be presenting their final concerts of the year entitled Pops Concerts: “Music through the Decades” on May 18 and 19 at 7:00 pm in the RBHS Performing Arts Center. You will hear music from groups including Journey, Justin Timberlake, the Beatles, and much more. We hope that you can come and support these talented students. Tickets are $10 and may be purchased at the door. We are look forward to seeing you at the concert!




We will be hosting our annual Physicals Night on May 31. More information to follow.


Athletic Awards Night will be held on June 1 at 6:30 pm in the PAC.

RBHS Coach Contact Information



RBHS Fight Against Hunger Club and Key Club will be collecting nonperishable items to help our community. Please consider helping by dropping off your donations this Tuesday, April 26 from 4:00 - 6:0 pm in front of the PAC. All donations will be given to families in PUSD through 4Community Care.

CHEER TRYOUTS - May 23-26 @ RBHS Gym

Clinics 5/23-25, 4-7pm

Tryouts 5/26, 4pm

Secondary History Social Science Textbook Adoption

PUSD secondary schools are currently going through a pilot process for adopting a new History Social Studies (HSS) curriculum for our middle schools and high school United States History Courses. Please visit our Secondary History Social Science Adoptions page for more information and directions on how to provide feedback.

High School Literature Adoption Committee

In an effort to continue to provide a rigorous and culturally responsive approach to literature, PUSD is creating a committee to review and approve supplemental literature titles for use in secondary English classes. The committee will include representative parents, students and staff. Working as a collaborative body, the group will be tasked with reading and reviewing books and proposals for adoption. Please check out this link with more information and directions on how to apply.


Ms. Bowers, Student Services Specialist, has a helpful resource that she can offer parents who may have a teen struggling with vaping and nicotine addiction. Please email her at if you would like her to connect you with resources and a self-guided cessation program that can be done in the privacy of your own home.


Let's power through April with the RBHS Library Bingo Challenge! We are celebrating School Library Month with a BINGO challenge. Click here for details and submit completed bingo to Mrs. Martin through Canvas, Google Share, or in person by April 29 to be entered in the raffle.

It is National Poetry Month, stop by the library and create a magnetic poem or black out poetry🎯 Or create online here and here!


If you have not yet purchased your 2022 Yearbook there is still time to do so, but there are only a few yearbooks remaining to be purchased. If you have already made your purchase, don't worry we have a record of that purchase and your student is guaranteed a yearbook. If you have not purchased one yet, it's best to do so now. We do not have many left to sell, so it's best to make your purchase now and guarantee a book for your student. Every year we sell out and every year we have disappointed students who did not get a yearbook.

Yearbook purchases can be made online at the following link:

If you have any questions, feel free to email Mr. Trecker at


Students will begin their AP tests in May. The deadline to cancel an AP Exam and receive a partial refund is April 29. Please email to request a refund.

This has been a year of growth for many of our students. We continue to refer our students who are struggling emotionally to outside therapists, on a daily basis. If you have a concern about your student’s mental health, please contact their counselor. Having a trusted adult on campus for our students has never been more crucial. Our role as a counselor is to support your student with their academic, personal/social, and college and career goals.


Grad Fest at Party Pals On Sale | Grad Nite at CA Adventure Waiting List

Tickets for Party Pals Grad Fest on June 8 are still available. CA Adventure Grad Nite is sold out but a waitlist is available at the PTSA website:

RBHS PTSA Scholarships Available

The PTSA offers scholarships to acknowledge the achievements of high school seniors, including volunteer service in the school and community. Applications are due by May 1. The Scholarship Application and instructions for submitting the completed application and all required paperwork is available at the PTSA website: Applicants must be a PTSA member to apply (membership form/dues can be processed at the PTSA website prior to applying).


Thank you for your donations

We extend our sincere thanks to all the members/parents who recently made big donations to the RBHS FOL. RBHS library is one of the best in PUSD largely due to your support and donations. For donations of $500.00 or more, your name will be engraved on the donor plaque displayed in our library.

While we continue to meet monthly on Zoom, we request parents to join the FOL team and attend our meetings to get to know us better. We also encourage students to join the FOL student board. Students can earn community service hours by participating in FOL activities.

FOL Membership

We need your support more than ever and your support is vital for the RBHS Library’s continued success. It’s never too late to join. Memberships start at $20.00. Please see

How to Contribute

RBHS FOL needs YOU! Here’s how to help RBHS buy library books for your students without spending a dime. At Ralphs:

1. Go to

2. Sign in to your Ralphs account or make one

3. Search for your Organization

4. Enroll in GF748 (RBHS Library)

Every time you shop with your Ralphs reward card, Ralphs gives RBHS FOL a small donation and it costs you nothing, but you do have to sign up each year.


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Please see for updates

April 27 - 29 - Dance Concert

April 29 - RBX Lesson Schedule

May 5 - Improv Show

May 6 - Q4 Progress Notices

May 13 - RBX Lesson Schedule

May 14 - Prom

May 18 - 19 - Choir Concert

May 24 - Senior Awards Night

May 26 - Celebrate Assembly

May 30 - Memorial Day/No School

May 31- Athletic Physicals

June 1 - Athletics Recognition Night

June 4 - Senior California Adventure Trip

June 8 - No late start

June 8 - 9 - Q4 Finals

June 8 - Senior Party Pals Grad Fest

June 9 - Last Day of School/End of Term 2/Q4/Graduation

August 17 - First Day of School

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