February 12th, 2023
Message From The Principal
Our students were involved with several cool events this past week!
One was our STUDENT OF THE MONTH ceremony! As you can see below, Diego Regalado was Rancho Vista's nominee! The ceremony was held at Sizzler in Murietta and was well attended by TVUSD district officials (Board member, Superintendent), officials from the City of Temecula and our local congressional district--and many, many sponsors! Diego was accompanied by Mr. Morse, his World History Teacher, and by his Mom, Patty, and his sister Vivian! CONGRATULATIONS to Diego!
The other activity was that our Black Student Union (BSU) group participated in an event at City Hall in Temecula this past Thursday. In honor of Black History Month, our students gave a presentation in front of the whole City Council! Wow! They were awarded a copy of the City's Proclamation honoring Black History Month! They did a great job and it was awesome to see all the BSU's from our local high schools participate in this important event. See the photo below! Well done BSU!!!
It was a great week--and we're very proud of all of our students!
Two quick programming notes:
In celebration of PRESIDENTS' DAY:
THERE WILL BE NO SCHOOL THIS FRIDAY, 2/17
THERE WILL BE NO SCHOOL NEXT MONDAY, 2/20
School will resume on Tuesday, 2/21.
If you can make it to the Fentanyl presentation ("Dead on Arrival") at GOHS on Wedensday, 2/15 @ 7:00 pm I think you will find it well worth your time. It's something that all high school students and parents need to see. Students who are in attendance can get TWO HOURS of community service! Check it out!
Have a great week everyone!
Teacher: Mr. Morse; Diego Regalado; Patty Regalado; Vivian Regalado
STUDENT OF THE MONTH
Diego is one of the most consistent students on campus when it comes to work, attitude, and drive.
Diego was nominated by the staff here because of his consistent performance in all his classes. He is always personable and respectful in addition to being a fun student to have. He also is very humble regarding his ability in soccer. He has already been signed on at a collegiate level.
Rancho Students Give Presentation at City Hall About Black History Month
Above: Dorian Jones, Ms. Kalldin, Mariyah Franklin, Tyler Jackson, Elisha Allen
Local BSUs (including the one at RVHS) posing with the Temecula City Council
It's Time To Order Cap and Gowns
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