The Bronco Bulletin

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Happy Sunday, Broncos!

This is our last week before February Break, and it’s going to be a great one!

Random Acts of Kindness Week is February 13-19 - the work to create a kinder world never ends. There is no limit on the amount of goodness we can put into the world, but we need your help! We invite you to join the annual Random Acts of Kindness Day (RAK DAY) celebration on Thursday, February 17, 2022 and help #MakeKindnesstheNorm with our lunchtime activity in the small quad!

Also, make sure to check out the spirit days listed below!

Have a wonderful week, Broncos!

Remember - On Fridays We Wear BLUE!

Lunar New Year

Lunar New Year kicked off with the new moon on Feb. 1 and culminating in the Lantern Festival on Feb. 15. This Lunar New Year ushers in the Year of the Water Tiger.

Wishing you a prosperous new year!


The Black Student Union on campus was created to provide a safe space for minority students, and to showcase black excellence through mindful discussions and educational seminars.

Since Black History Month is around the corner, we want to highlight the black community and celebrate black culture with our peers at RBHS. As a club, February is the most important month for us, and it takes lots of preparation to think of and create new and present ideas to make sure the conversations about black culture do not stop, and that the numerous historical figures who fought for our rights are not forgotten.

Every year the BSU posts a powerful black individual daily during February to feature the people that have done so much for us, many of them rarely known. Our main goal as a club is to focus on the victories, the success, and the excellence that flows through the black community, we want to create an understanding that with all of the hardships that black people go through they continue to overcome them, and they continue to break the narratives that society has laid out for them.

Our club has planned an event on February 16th during lunch to celebrate black musicians, and give our peers a chance to test their knowledge on different genres of music, different cultural songs, and see how impactful black musicians are in the music industry! The library will have a display set up to highlight black literature, stories, and black authors, so be sure to stop by and check it out!

Leah Thompson

President, RBHS Black Student Union

Support the RBHS BSU!

February 16th: Lunchtime music event

February 18th: Club Movie night at 6:00pm


Course Request Forms

Our Counseling Department will be finishing up CRF presentations in preparation for students to choose their courses for the 2022-2023 school year. Bronco families, please talk to you students about their choices and plans for next year.

Dress Code

As students have adjusted to life back on campus, we realize some need friendly reminders about the importance of dressing for success. In our efforts to Re-establish expectations of student dress, we will be sending out reminders to students via Canvas of our existing dress standards. We thank you for your support to ensure your student heads to school dressed for success. Please link here to our student handbook with more information on the Dress Code.

Student Drop Off after 7:30am

It is recommended that if you are going to drop off your student after 7:30am that you drop off at the front of the school in front of the PAC. The gates along the bus road, parallel to Paseo Lucido, will be locked at 7:30am to help keep our campus secure.

Monitor Symptoms

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!




MON - Pink, Red, and/or White!

TUES - Groutfit! Wear allllll gray!

WED - Duo Day! Twin with your duo!

THURS - Hats. That’s the name.

FRI - Dad Day. Yup.


Do you want to perform at our next school event? Auditions are Wednesday, March 2, at lunch and after school in the ASB Room (801)! CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR AN AUDITION

For more information, follow The RBHS STABLE on Instagram!

Arts Updates



Spring Musical - Disney’s Freaky Friday - And, RBHS Art Show! - March 31 - April 2

The Bronco Players, the RBHS Drama Club, will perform Disney’s “Freaky Friday the Musical” on March 31 and April 1 at 7:00 pm and April 2 at 2:00 pm and 7:00. Tickets will be sold online and at the door starting in March.

There will also be an ART SHOW in the Lobby to enjoy before and after each performance. The art is created by RBHS students in the Computer Graphic Arts and 3D Animation, Drawing and Painting, Photography, Screen Printing, and Mixed Media classes. Please come support the students and all their hard work on this production! Visit our website or Instagram page for details, show times, and ticket information: @rbhsdrama and

Upcoming Improv Shows

The RB Improv Team invite you to attend their upcoming comedy shows: February 17, April 7, and May 5. All shows are 7:00 pm in the RBHS PAC. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and may be purchased at the door, cash only. All audience members will be required to wear a mask while inside the theatre. Thank you for supporting the students by attending the shows!




COVID Protocols - With new COVID protocols, we need to limit the number of attendees at our indoor sporting events. For wrestling matches and the varsity basketball games, tickets will only be available on For home games/matches, tickets will be available to the general public beginning at 2:30 pm the day of the game/match. For JV basketball games, tickets can be purchased at the door.

Last week’s scores - GO BRONCOS!!!

RBHS Coach Contact Information



The PUSD Career Technical Education Department is excited to promote their upcoming Pathway Preview event! Poway Unified School District families will have a chance to hear directly from se of our teachers, and their students, about our amazing pathway programs. It’s free, and registration is open now!


Last week PUSD launched a District wide survey through Thoughtexchange. Thank you to everyone who has already participated.

If you haven’t had a chance yet, click here to participate in the conversation:

It only takes a few minutes!

If you have already shared your thoughts, please return to rank the new thoughts that have been added since you participated. That will help us understand what’s most important to the whole group. Your input is really important to us so we can set school and District goals and budget priorities to support our mission in providing college, career, and life readiness to all students. Participation will be open until Thursday, February 17, 2022.


If you have not yet purchased your copy of the yearbook, now is the time to do it. A pre-order is the only way to guarantee your student will get a book in June. Yearbooks are currently $75. Order now before they’re all gone!


Please send Mr. Trecker a baby photo of your senior for our Senior Baby Photo Page in the yearbook. Photos should be sent to February 18.


🔎RBHS Library collaborates with RBHS BSU (RB Black Student Union) to create an interactive display and a book showcase. Stop by to see and learn!

⚙Makerspace building and bookmarks! Can you build the tallest paper heart tower? Love your books with an origami bookmark.

💕Go on a Blind Date with a Book and rate your book date to be entered into the monthly contest.

📚Check out books for February Break, many new and Booktok titles waiting for you. The Sora reading app is available 24/7 for your reading enjoyment. Log in through MyPlan or download the app and log in with your ID# and password.

If you have a World History textbook and you are NOT taking the class, please return the textbook to the library ASAP. Thank you.


Student Services is looking for donations of gently used shorts, sweats, sweatshirts/jackets, pants and tee-shirts to help students in need on campus. We also welcome any healthy wrapped snacks for those students who get hungry throughout the day. Thank you in advance for being part of our support village!


Be Part of the PTSA Board and Committees

If you would like to be involved with our students and teachers, please consider joining the PTSA Board or supporting any of our enthusiastic committees. There are lots of ways to support RBHS PTSA based on your availability and interests. We are accepting nominations for 2022-23 PTSA Board positions. If you are interested in becoming part of the RBHS PTSA Board or would just like more information about the available Board positions, please get in touch with any Board member, email, or plan to attend our next Board meeting.

March PTSA Meeting Info

The next RBHS PTSA Board meeting will be held on March 8 at 6:00 pm, location TBA. Please email RBHS PTSA President, Maggie Cascio, at for details.

Attention Senior Students and Families: Ticket Sales Starting Soon - Party Pals Grad Nite and Disney Grad Nite at CA Adventure

The Seniors' Disney Grad Nite at California Adventure is planned for Saturday, June 4. The Party Pals Grad Nite event is planned for Wednesday, June 8. Ticket sales for both events will be starting this month! Check the PTSA website for details and ticket purchase information to be published soon:


Thank you for your donations

We are very grateful and extend our sincere thanks to all the members/parents who recently made big donations to the RBHS Friends of the Library. 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 sincerely 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 Friends of the Library needs YOU! Would you like to help RBHS buy library books for your students without spending a dime? Here's how you can do it:

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 Friends of the Library a small donation and it costs you nothing, but you do have to sign up each year.


Please see for updates

Feb. 17 - Improv Show

Feb. 21 - 25 - President’s Day Week/No School

March 4 - Q3 Progress Notices

March 15 - 8th Grade Parent Night

March 18 - RBX Lesson Schedule

March 25 - End of Q3

March 26 - School Dance/Music Festival

March 28 - Start of Q4 - Minimum Day

March 31 - April 3 - Spring Musical

April 7 - Improv Show

April 11 - 15 - Spring Break/No School

April 29 - RBX Lesson Schedule

May 5 - Improv Show

May 6 - Q4 Progress Notices

May 13 - RBX Lesson Schedule

May 27 - RBX Celebrate Assembly Schedule

May 30 - Memorial Day/No School

June 4 - Senior Disneyland Trip

June 8 - No late start

June 8 - 9 - Q4 Finals

June 8 - Grad Nite

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

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