RVHS Newsletter November 6th 2022
November 6th 2022
Message From The Principal
Now that we’ve entered November it feels like we’re quickly closing in on the end of the semester! The end of the semester means FINAL SEMESTER GRADES AND CREDITS! And, of course, earned credits means your daughter/son is one step closer to earning their diploma. The whole point of RVHS is to help students earn their credits and diploma.
While many students are doing a great job and advancing in earning their credits (Woohoo!!!), we are also seeing some students who seem stuck—and maybe even discouraged—at how their classes are going; and some of them are 12th graders who have graduation on the line.
I want to let you know that in most cases YOUR KIDS STILL HAVE TIME TO PASS THEIR CLASSES.
PASSED CLASSES = A STRAIGHTFORWARD PATH TO GRADUATION.
My advice, check out their grades on Infinite Campus, have a discussion about any failing grades, come up with a plan to recover. Have your student talk with their teacher about anything that they (your student) can do to move the grade to a passing mark. Then comes the work to make that plan a reality!
Once the first semester grades are in (at the end of December) you’ll know more about your student’s path towards graduation. But the time to act to affect the outcome is now—not in December when the grades are already “in the books”! There is no time to lose!
We encourage you to have that conversation with your daughter/son. And please know that we are here to assist you! Our admin team (Ms. Webb and me), our school Counselor (Ms. Rice) and our awesome Teachers are SUPER involved and interested in getting your kids across the finish line (i.e., graduation).
We can do this—together!!!!
This Friday school will be closed to Observe Veterans Day
Remember to change your clocks!!!
STUDENTS OF THE WEEK
Rayne has been a rock star in my class from day one. He always comes in with an upbeat attitude ready to work and learn. I can also always count on him to participate and keep discussions moving. Along with this he has been a driving force in our eSports club and is willing to help in anyway needed. Keep up the good work Rayne!
Jonathan is a polite and hard-working student! He comes into STEM first period with a positive attitude and is ready to work. He doesn't allow himself to get distracted and has an amazing work ethic! Another cool quality about Jonathan is that he is always willing to help someone out! Keep up your hard work!
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