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River City High School Robotics Engineering students participated in the 2016 C-STEM Day Robo-Play Challenge last Saturday, May 21. RCHS won 3rd place in Division 2 Robo-Play Regional Competition, the “Spirit Award” from the judges, and four individual students received the "Award of Excellence" for their demonstrated excellent performance on computing and its applications in STEM subjects.
River City journalists Laura Asatryan, Saba Kahn, and Faisal Kahn received awards in high school journalism on May 19 as the Sacramento High School Journalism Network (SHSJN) hosted its 5th Annual awards dinner.
Laura Asatryan was named an "Outstanding Student Editor" and received top honors for Best News Story with "Kitagaki documents internment through survivors." She also took the second-place award for her Op-Ed Column "101 years, still waiting."
Faisal Kahn received first place for his Sports Feature "Jiu-jitsu expert Dua now competes on male wrestling team."
Saba Kahn took second place in the Feature Story category with her article "Khalil sews her way into a fashion career."
The Sacramento High School Journalism Network is a project of the California Scholastic Journalism Initiative in collaboration withThe Sacramento Bee and the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE). Students write stories for the Sac County Breeze newspaper, a regional high school newspaper project sponsored by SCOE, the SHSJN and The Sacramento Bee. Professional journalists serve as mentors and support the students in the classroom. SHSJN also provides monitoring for the teachers, free curriculum materials, and access to scholastic journalism resources.
As the school year winds down, musicians swing into full gear! Come support these musicians if you can.
Sacramento City College's West Sacramento Center is offering a free 4-week Summer Freshman Experience for juniors, seniors, and recent grads this summer. The program is designed to improve students' English and Math skills in preparation for college coursework. Completion of the "College Success" program may earn UC and CSU credit. The program runs from July 11 to August 4, 9am to 3:15pm Mondays through Thursdays. Free lunch and field trips are included. Apply by June 1 at www.scc.losrios.edu/westsaccenter/sfe/.
Attention Seniors - Senior trip has been paid for. Unfortunately, River City cannot approve cancellation refunds. See the USA Travel Registration Contract below