Friday, October 29th, 2021
Message From The Principal
It is difficult to believe that we have already begun Credit #4. The semester is moving by quickly. With progress reports going out last week, we have seen a new sense of urgency from our students in their academic efforts. Well done!
This week was Red Ribbon Week in most districts. Rather than focusing on a "Just Say NO" campaign, RVHS chose to acknowledge that many high school students self-medicate as a means to dealing with social, emotional and mental health issues. On Tuesday, we had two speakers from the Hill Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center in Temecula address our students. They each shared their stories of mental health, trauma and addiction. It was powerful. One of their counselors will begin meeting weekly with a group of Rancho students who have substance issues.
The staff at RVHS is committed helping any students in need. Please encourage you student to reach out if they need help.
Think different. Be different.
ASVAB Testing is coming!!!
Rancho Vista will be giving this test on Monday Nov. 8th. Please be sure that your student gets a goods nights rest and eats a healthy breakfast.
November is Native American Heritage Month
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Please make sure your student is bringing a mask to wear at school.
Keep your student at home if you are waiting on test results.
Students who are ill will be evaluated in the Transition Room
Frequent handwashing and use of sanitizer is strongly encouraged throughout the day.
Staff and Teacher "Shout Outs"
Mr. Mann -- He met with me and my son Cale re: a personal issue and was bright, a positive mind which is exactly opposite of how most people in authority roles come across. I know from having 3 kids and being a coach plus being supportive for all children. Tim recognizes the entire scope in a wide array of sensitive issues. He and the staff are that way it seems.
Mr. Cummings -- A huge Thank you to Mr. Cummings for taking the time to reach out and be concerned for my daughter’s geometry progress. We were able to schedule a zoom call to discuss the areas for her improvement and I feel with high school a lot of teachers don’t take the time to reach out and follow up and I’m very thankful that Mr. Cummings cares enough to do so and I’m grateful my daughter Trinity has a caring teacher.
Mr. Mann -- I want to thank Mr. Mann and all the staff that are really trying to help my son David Perez during his senior year there at Rancho. Mr. Mann especially has been wonderful to work with and I absolutely love his attitude and approach towards my son. I can only speak on behalf of his interactions with my son however, I imagine he is this way with ALL students there. He has a lot of compassion and understanding which is really needed with teenagers now. I know these last couple of years are especially challenging for both teachers and students taking into account the pandemic and all the changes that has brought forth. Thank you Mr. Mann and all the staff for encouraging my son.Oh, and with the limited interactions I've had with David's teachers at Rancho, I love them all too. You guys are truly a complete 180 from what I have experienced at TVHS and I mean that in the most honest and sincere and positive way. Keep up the great work you do. Thanks again, Scott and Kathy Perez
Mr. Eagleton -- Mr. Eagleton is like family to me. He's always there to support me and other students to keep our grades and spirits up !
Lisa Sindermann -- Always so helpful with parents and students! Thank you!
Students Of The Week
Ms. Gina --RVHS Social Worker
You can reach Ms. Gina at the following:
Office 951-695-7320 ext. 237
RVHS CREDIT CALENDAR Sem 1 2021-22. Click the button above.
Struggling with mental health or social-emotional issues? Click the button above.
Click the button above to see the district's strategies.
Click the button above for information on the required use agreement.
Assistant Principal Tim Mann