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RIVER CITY HIGH SCHOOL BULLETIN

Friday, December 14, 2018

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

  • Would you like to play games in the next rally?  Come to the table in front of the cafeteria during your lunch to sign up.  Limited space available. 
  • All students enrolled in the spring term of AP Government & U.S. Politics go to Mr. Leffler’s School Loop page (found on the RCHS web page).  There you will find your required entrance assignment.  Check out AP Government In America at the library ASAP.  If you have questions or need see Mr. Leffler in room 855 or email mleffler@wusd.k12.ca.us . 
  • Teachers, students and staff take a moment to check out the highlights from the fall semester 2-D design students.  The 2-D design winter art show is up and will be on display in the B building until winter break. 
  • Help support the junior class by buying a mistletoe gram for only $2 in from of the cafeteria.

 

CLUBS:

  • Key Club meeting today early lunch in the career center and late lunch room 703.
  • E-Sports meets today after school in room 854.  If you want to join and play in winter, spring or summer seasons please come to this meeting.
  • Club Photos taken on the football field bleachers December 18th from 4:00 – 5:00.  Club advisors must be present.  Contact Jason George form more information jgeorge@wusd.k12.ca.us.
  • Key Club is selling boba from T4 for $5 at the bus loop after school on Thursday, December 20th!

SPORTS:

  • If you are interested in playing baseball in the spring and not currently playing a River City sport River City baseball conditioning starts this week.  Conditioning will be in the RC weight room on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 7PM – 8PM. 
  • Boys Basketball – Matt Sidhu Memorial Tournament (JV only)
  • Boys Basketball – Carmel Tournament (Varsity Only)

Saturday

  • Boys Basketball – Matt Sidhu Memorial Tournament (JV only)
  • Boys Basketball – Carmel Tournament (Varsity Only)
  • RC Wrestling – Casa Roble Tournament (All Day)

 

QUOTE:

  • “Innovation is seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought.”