Friday May 6th 2022
Message From The Principal
Happy Friday Eagle families,
Today is the last day of credit #4. We have only 19 school days remaining. Most seniors should have met with their coach this week to review their graduation plan, their current grades and what remains to be completed for graduation on June 3. Some seniors will not graduate in June and while others are at risk of not doing so. If there is a chance a student will not graduate in June, they should register for summer school. The deadline to register is May 20. See information below.
Juniors should also be reviewing their graduation status. If they are deficient in credits to graduate from Rancho for next year, they should also register for summer school. Summer is a great time to complete a credit recovery class or two. If you have questions regarding your graduation status or your need to attend summer school, please contact our counselor, Ms. Rice, ASAP.
We will be renewing our Career Speaker series this week. Please check Monday Coaching Class announcements or see Miss Cammie in the library for dates and times. We have scheduled a firefighter and a nurse to share information about their careers. We also have representatives from MSJC coming to share information about their programs. These are terrific opportunities to think about what happens after leaving Rancho.
Think different. Be different.
Mt. San Jacinto will be at Rancho Vista on Monday, May 9th, 2022.
MSJC Meeting 5-9-22
Mt. San Jacinto will be at Rancho Vista on Monday, May 9th, 2022. Thank you to all the students who already signed up for the information meeting. If you are still interested in attending, CLICK HERE to fill out the interest form. On Monday, we will send out a list of who is attending the meetings during periods 3-5. If you have any questions about the meeting, talk to either Ms. Kalldin in room 36 or Mrs. Webb in room 36.
Career Speaker Series
The month of May we are having our Career Speaker Series. Each speaker will present during one class period. Students interested in attending one of the following presentations, will need to sign up in the Library with Miss Cammie. Students will receive a permission slip to be signed by their teacher in order to attend the presentation.
* Firefighter - May 10th- Period 3
* Jui Jitsu Trainer/Business owner- May 12th- Period 3
* Registered Nurse- May 18th- Period 4
* Business Analyst for the Dept of the Navy- May 24th- Period 3
* Social Worker- May 25th- Period 3
* Division Manager for Hot Topic- May 17th- Period 5
MSJC- High School Senior Days
MSJC Outreach presents High School Senior Days!!! This virtual three-day program offers live workshops via Zoom during morning and afternoon sessions. These sessions will include topics such as learning how to apply to MSJC and what to do next. Students will hear from various MSJC departments including Financial Aid, Counseling, and the First Year Experience Program. Join us as we conclude with our resource programs such as the Accommodations Service Center (ASC), Extended Opportunities Programs & Services (EOPS), Student Government, Puente and more. Please help promote this virtual event so seniors can hear from the experts.
In addition, we are excited to announce that we will host tours of the Temecula Valley Campus (41888 Motor Car Parkway Temecula, CA 92591) which will include giveaways and information on Wednesday, May 11th only between 1:00pm and 3:00pm.
Click the link below to choose your sessions or attend them ALL for great information! May 10, 11, and 12, 2022.
Mental Health Awareness Month – May
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. The vision of a nation where anyone affected by mental illness can get the appropriate support and quality of care to live healthy, fulfilling lives in communities where no one feels alone in their struggle. We are experiencing a shift in public perception of mental health. Resources are available and people are encouraged to seek support.
Anyone can have a mental illness just as they can have a physical illness. No one asks for either one. We need to show compassion for people living with mental illness just as we would for people with cancer, diabetes, or heart disease.
May is a time to raise awareness of those living with mental or behavioral health issues and to help reduce the stigma so many experience. Stigma is a barrier to accessing mental healthcare. Not only does mental illness cause pain, distress, and loss, but it can trigger a social reaction — prejudice — which is as limiting as the condition itself. People with mental illness have said that stigma, how people judge them, is a barrier to a full life. Reducing stigma encourages people to seek the help they need for what we know are treatable conditions – and can result in significant improvements in individual and family lives.
Some ways to reduce stigma:
- Educate yourself and others.
- Be conscious of language.
- Get treatment.
- Don’t isolate yourself.
- Don’t let stigma create self-doubt and shame.
- Join a support group.
Student Of The Week
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Ms. Kristen Rice serves all RVHS students. You can make an appointment with her by clicking the box below or reaching out to her by email or phone at:
School Office --- 951-695-7320 ext 207
Cell (Call or Text) --951-401-9935
TVUSD Summer School Registration Form -----CLICK HERE
Location: Temecula Valley High School
Dates: June 13th to July 8th. *No school on Monday, July 4th.
First Session: 8:30 to 10:30
Break: 10:30 to 10:45
Second Session: 10:45 to 12:45
*Accelerated courses: 8:30 to 12:45
Registration will open Monday, April 11, 2022 at 8:00 am and close Friday, May 20, 2022 at 4:00 pm.
Not all registered courses are guaranteed. Schedules are determined by course availability.
Students will be expected to adhere to the Summer School Attendance requirements. Students will be dropped upon the 2nd absence and will not receive credit. One day of summer school is equal to two weeks of instruction.
Sparkman Alternative Education Center 5th Year Senior Application
Traditionally students who complete four years of their high school education without completing the requirements for a high school diploma are referred to the District’s Adult Education Program or to the community college. Students who have a reasonable chance of graduating by the end of a fifth year of high school may be offered an opportunity to earn their diploma at SAEC. Your approval is contingent upon satisfactory completion of this application, in addition to the level of focus and responsibility you demonstrated this school year.
Please fill out all sections completely and turn in the application prior to the due date. Late and incomplete applications may not be considered. Guardians/Students: Please only submit one application per student. Your application process is complete when you click submit.
Application Due by May 15, 2020
Sparkman Alternative Education Center 5th Year Senior Application- CLICK HERE
22/23 Annual Update Online Registration
Click the link below for step by step instructions.
English/Spanish Required Annual Family Update OLR Process
Important Scholarship Information
The Riverside County Office of Education Foundation (RCOEF) has selected your district to receive scholarship funds for deserving and qualified high school seniors that are graduating June 2022 and enrolling in college.
We are offering STEM scholarships sponsored by Edison International and the 3M Foundation and non-STEM scholarships sponsored by the RCOEF for districts included in this correspondence (Nuview USD, Perris UHSD, Temecula Valley USD, and Riverside USD).The deadline for accepting applications is June 30, 2022.
Flyers with details about both scholarships are available for download from the links below. The flyers also have links to the required application forms. Please be sure to disseminate this important information to your senior class prior to the last day of school to give them time to complete the applications in time for the June 30 deadline.
Should you need additional information or have questions about the RCOEF student scholarship program you may contact Ed Lewis, Foundation Director, at email@example.com.
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