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    Washington Unified prohibits discrimination and/or harassment based on any legally protected characteristics, actual or perceived, including but not limited to race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, age, marital status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, veteran status, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or gender expression. Policies on student participation and selection criteria for athletics/competition, extracurricular and co-curricular activities indicating availability of programs, activities and clubs are open to all students. The Washington Unified School District and River City High School strive to comply with Federal Title IX gender equity laws.
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    Parent Project Team Posted 9/10/18

    Parents and Guardians

    River City High School would like to introduce a new parent committee called Parent Project Team.  This team will support all students and teachers in further developing the positive school climate RCHS has created the past three years.  We need everyone available to help our students with tangible products (materials, equipment, etc.,) and intangible events (community events, parent/student workshops).  This organization is at the ground floor and we are looking for all those interested to help assist in getting this group off the ground.  Please plan on joining us on September 19, 2018, in the Career Center at 6:30!  There have already been ideas for the team to get started on!  We are looking for anyone who might be able to donate their time, talents, contacts, and resources to get this group off the ground.  Hope to see everyone there!  Mrs. Mabery, Assistant Principal RCHS

    Student Rights and Responsibilities

    Students have a right to 

    • Receive an education
    • Go to school in a safe environment
    • Receive respect
    • Know grading policies/procedures
    • Know rules and regulations

    Students are responsible for

    • Attending school daily and on time
    • Caring for all property
    • Showing respect for others  
    • Following all school rules & regulations
    • Following staff directions without question

    For more detailed school policies, please refer to the Student Handbook or the Parent Center located in the Resources section of our webpage.