RVHS Newsletter December 18th 2022
Message From The Principal
12/18/22 RVHS Newsletter
Happy Sunday Everyone!
I hope you’re all doing well!
Here are just a few details for this coming week and beyond!
Yes! We do have classes this week!
But, it’s a short week with only 3 days!
Monday will be a regular day, and Tuesday and Wednesday we’ll be on a FINALS schedule with each day being a minimum day with school ending at 1:41 pm.
As this Wednesday is the last day to turn in any assignments or late work, I strongly encourage students to be at school and take advantage of the time remaining to improve their grades.
As a reminder, school will be out from:
Thursday, December 22 — Monday, January 9, 2023.
Students return to school at 8:45 am on Tuesday, January 10, 2023–and that day will be a minimum day with school ending at 12:45 pm.
Rancho Strong Days
As we start second semester in January the first three days back will be “Rancho Strong Days”:
Rancho Strong Days
Tuesday, January 10th,
Wednesday, January 11th
Thursday, January 12th.
These three days will be minimum days with school ending at 12:45 pm
(Transportation will run according to this schedule and students will receive
lunch at school.)
The focus during these days will be on establishing school culture and getting ready to be successful in 2nd semester.
We believe that these days are essential, not only for new students coming to RVHS at the beginning of 2nd semester, but for our continuing students who need to press “reset” and “gear up” for the work that needs to be done from January to June. Your students might tell you otherwise, but these three days will be important days for them to attend and (especially for Seniors) to get inspired to graduate on June 9, 2023.
Our first day of regular classes (after Rancho Strong Days are over) will be Friday, January 13. That day will start at 8:45 am and end at 3:11 pm (for students attending periods 1-7).
Student of the Month
This month our RVHS student of the month was senior Vivienne Morrison! Congratulations to her and her family!! See several pictures of her with the entire group of students receiving the award, as well as with her mentor teacher, Ms. Jereczek and our Superintendent, Dr. McClay.
I hope that you, your family, and your friends have a relaxing and happy holiday time together!
Ms. Gina --RVHS Social Worker
Teenage years are a critical time when guys and girls make choices that affect the rest of their lives. The empowerment groups provide a safe place where teens can talk about what is really going on in their lives, and a community of mentors and peers who listen, believe in them and help them make better choices. This approach gives teens permission to tell the truth about the challenges all teens face, make their own decisions on how to deal with those challenges, and begin to take responsibility for their choices and the consequences of their actions. It also provided tools needed to navigate through the teen years and transition positively into adulthood.
Assistant Principal Stephanie Webb
Location: 32225 Pio Pico Road, Temecula, CA, USA