The Bronco Bulletin

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Happy Sunday, Broncos!

We can't believe it is already April - this year is flying by! It was so fun to see so many Broncos representing other schools for April Fools last week. :)

This week will have a few days of adjusted bell schedules (Tues & Thurs testing, Wed no late start) for testing. Click here for more information and for bell schedules.

Have a wonderful week, Broncos!

Remember - On Fridays We Wear BLUE!



On Monday, 3/14, PUSD had a change in the mask policy. Per the California Department of Health, masking changed from required to strongly recommended. We want to thank you for helping us to maintain a safe and respectful environment on campus knowing that students and staff members will make different choices in wearing masks. Please let us know if you have any questions or need any support.


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!




Do you like to sing? Then this announcement is for you! The choir program will be holding auditions for Madrigals for the 2022-23 school year on Tuesday April 5 at 2:30 pm. If interested, please come pick up music from the choir room to learn for the audition. Madrigals will be available in the choir room at lunch starting March 29 to help students learn the piece. We hope to see you there.

Improv Shows - April 7 and May 5

The RB Improv Team invite you to attend their comedy shows on April 7 and May 5 at 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!


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


Our award winning choir program will present “A Night of Pops Music” on May 18 and 19 at 7:00 pm in the PAC. Tickets are $10 and may be purchased at the door with cash, check, or credit card. The choir will perform Don’t Stop Believin’ by Journey, Hey Jude by the Beatles, Can’t Stop the Feeling by Justin Timberlake, and much, much more. Please come and show your support for these talented students!




May 31, 2022 - RBHS Athletics will be hosting a might for athlete to get their physical done for the 2022-2023 school year. More info to come!

RBHS Coach Contact Information


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.


Please save the date and plan to join parents from around PUSD for “What I Wish My Parents Knew” on April 19 from 6:30 pm - 8:45 pm in the Westview High School Performing Arts Center. A Series of interactive workshops will be offered, two of which parents will select to attend, on topics identified by students as their greatest challenges today. Facilitators will include principals from seven PUSD secondary schools and various representative from our community. This program has been presented to more than 6000 parents since we began there in 2012. More information will be on our website in April.


Please save the date for the PUSD College Fair to be held at Mt. Carmel. More information coming soon!


We have a helpful resource I can offer parents who may have a teen struggling with vaping and nicotine addiction. If you would like to email me I can connect you with resources and a self-guided cessation program that can be done in the privacy of your own home. Please reach out if you are interested in learning more. Email


Happy spring from the RBHS Counseling Department! In February, counselors visited all second period classrooms to talk to students about the course selection process and gave recommendations for making a map of their upcoming year’s courses. In March, the window to enter courses into Synergy opened. Students were given time in their second period classes to enter their desired course lists into Synergy. By now, all students should have input those courses so that we can start building the master schedule for the 2022 - 23 school year based on those selections.

Information about the STATE SEAL OF CIVIC ENGAGEMENT went out to our juniors and seniors. The deadline to apply is April 22. We also pushed out information for the STATE SEAL OF BILITERACY. Seniors who have taken up to level 7-8 of their world language may be eligible to apply. The deadline is April 1.

Applications for students to apply to be a Peer Counselor will be available on April 1 on Click on Academics, and then Peer Counseling to find the application or contact Mrs. Changnon or Coach Jamal if questions

Counselors will be checking in with students who have earned Fs in any required coursework to discuss summer school. For more information on Summer School course offerings, please see our Alternative Programs website. For any questions about summer school, please invite students to speak to their counselor.

Counselors by alpha:

Maureen Changnon A - C

Joyce Toledo D - H

Tim Sager I - Mn

Natalie Curry Mo - Sb

Tish Bates Sc - Z

The window to sign up for AP testing has closed. 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.SENIOR PARENTS

If you are interested in ordering a senior yard sign, please complete and submit the below Google Form. Generic signs are $11 and signs customized with your student's first name are $16.

Distribution will occur before and after school at pre-arranged times.

Printing is being done by the same local family business that tackled last year's yard signs.


Please see the Spring edition of our PTSA newsletter with the Principal’s, Athletic Director’s and Counselors letters, plus PTSA news, and more!


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!


📚🎞Read the book before it hits the screen because the book is (almost) always better!

⚙Makerspace Mashup (formally known as Teen Tech Week) is happening March 28 through April 1. Stop by and challenge yourself with creating, making, learning, and trying something new! Enter daily to win prizes donated by The RBHS Friends of the Library.

Follow us on Instagram @rbhslibrary & ⭐us on Canvas!


Broncos! There are only 200 Yearbooks remaining to sell and then they will be sold out. If you have not purchased a Yearbook yet, it is very important that you do so now and not wait until June when we distribute the books. By ordering now, you guarantee a Yearbook for yourself. If you wait until June and we sell out, we cannot get more. Save the heartache and purchase a Yearbook today! You can make your purchase at


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!


April PTSA Meeting Info

The next RBHS PTSA Association meeting will be held on April 19 at 6:00 pm at RBHS. 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:


We are very grateful and 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 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.

RBHS CALENDAR Please see for updates

April 7 - Improv Show

April 11 - 15 - Spring Break/No School

April 21 - College Fair - MCHS

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 24 - Senior Awards Night @ PAC

May 26 - RBX Celebrate Assembly Schedule

May 30 - Memorial Day/No School

May 31 - Athletic Physical Night @ Gym

June 1 - Athletic Awards Night @ PAC

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

August 17 - First Day of School

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