Friday, December 3rd, 2021
Message From The Principal
Hello Rancho families,
We are definitely in the home stretch of the semester. We have 10 school days remaining. Students and parents should be monitoring student grades in each of their classes. See below for earning partial credits.
Teachers are typically willing to assist students in making up missing assignments as retaking assessments, but students need to be an active participant. Let's finish strong.
Think different. Be different.
1st credit = 60%, 2nd credit = 65%, 3rd credit = 85%, 4th credit = 75%, 5th credit = 80%
Semester percentage = 73%
Student earns 5 credits with a Grade of C
1st credit = 50%, 2nd credit = 75%, 3rd credit = 50%, 4th credit = 70%, 5th credit = 80%
Semester percentage = 63%
Student earns 3 credits with a grade of C
1st credit = 50%, 2nd credit = 50%, 3rd credit = 50%, 4th credit = 85%, 5th credit = 85%
Semester percentage = 66%
Student earns 2 credits with a grade of B
This week, the academy was visited by Assistant Superintendents Frank Arce and Nicole Lash.
Student Of The Month
"Ruben is a student in my business math class. Every high school student shares a common trait; they are all still in high school. While this may be true of Ruben, he has demonstrated a responsibility and maturity beyond his years academically. Ruben routinely submits class assignments before they are due, participates in all class discussions, earns A’s on most all assessments, and completes this all with a positive attitude and a willingness to always help out other students."
"Ruben is here everyday, ready to work and move forward! Ruben is kind and respectful and is just a good person. He is moving forward in Credit recovery and is completing modules. He also won our class raffle for a Walmart gift card! In order to be eligible he needed to have 100% attendance and significant progress in edgenuity! GO RUEBEN!!"
"Always positive, engaged, and asks great questions in class. He is a pleasure to have in class and I can always count on him to give his best effort."
After graduation Ruben plans to go to a Palomar Community College to complete his general education credits. After community college he wants to focus on getting a bachelors then masters degree in a four-year university.
Ruben plans on becoming a social worker, to help teens who have dealt with depression and other problems that put them at risk in their life.
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.
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