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WE ARE Riverside Prep
Girl’s Soccer on the attack
Boy’s Basketball rises above the rest
Drumline – Give me a beat!!
Band Winter Concert
Academic Awards Night is coming January 27, 2016
Choir Winter Concert
We kick off the second month of the new year with National School Counselors Week and a busy month of events. Thank you to Ms. Fury and Ms. Pittman our Guidance Counselors for all the great work they do for our students. They will be heading out to classrooms this month to begin the registration process for next year and to work with students on their four year plans and goals for the future. Please be on the look out for your student(s) bringing home these plans and discussing with you class choices for next year. We remind everyone that placement in classes is based on several criteria: Graduation requirements, students interest, students test and grade history and staffing.
We invite all to our PAC’s annual Casino Knight on Saturday, March 5, 2016 from 6:30-11:00 pm at Sunset Hills in Apple Valley. Tickets are $20.00 per person and this includes $100.00 in casino chips and food. There will also be a cash bar available for those 21 and older. This parent group gives all of our student groups support throughout the year and is a valued member of our school community. Please come out and support their efforts to raise funds for our students. For more information contact Cari Thomas at 760-780-7908 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Progress reports will be issued the week of February 8-11. These mid-quarter progress checks are meant to inform parents of poor progress or performance in any class prior to the end of the third quarter on March 17. Students and parents are reminded that Parent/Teacher conferences will take place on Wednesday, March 15 and Thursday, March 16 from 12:30-3:00. This is the perfect time to pick-up your students report card and talk with their teachers about their progress this semester. Report cards not picked-up on either of these two days will be given to students the week we return from Spring Break starting on March 28. Parents are reminded that they can keep up with their students progress in class and access their current grades by logging onto the Parent Portal site. If you do not have a log on, or are experiencing problems logging on please contact Mrs. Craft in the high school attendance office at 760-243-4136 ext 200.
JoAnn Baeten – Principal
HOLIDAYS AND VACATIONS:
Friday, February 12 and Monday, February 15, Presidents Day – NO SCHOOL
Friday, March 18 – Friday, March 25, Spring Break – NO SCHOOL
Monday, May 30, Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL
We invite all of our students to attend our Winter Formal on Saturday, February 20 from 6-10 pm in the gym. Tickets are on sale now and are $25 w/ASB and $30 w/o ASB. Students may bring a non RPHS guest as long as a guest form is completed and turned in prior to purchasing a ticket. ALL RPHS students must have a dance clearance form completed prior to purchase of a ticket for themselves. These clearance forms check for monies owed, attendance and behavior prior to being allowed to attend a dance.
Students wishing to take an AP exam will be able to pay for the exam from February 9 – March 14. The cost of the exam is $92.00 per test. Students who qualify for fee reduction will pay $5.00 per test. AP students will be receiving letters the week of February 1, explaining the process. We will take checks or EXACT CASH only for these exams. Please contact Mrs. Sanchez at 760-243-4136 ext 204 for more information.
Boys and Girls Soccer and Boys and Girls Basketball are currently in league play and playing hard for playoff spots. Please check the athletic tab on the main page for all updated schedules for all of our teams. We encourage everyone to come out and cheer our teams on. Please remember to be respectful and positive to our athletes, our coaches, and the visiting schools. Show what it means to have Silver Knight Pride!!
The final league game and Senior Night for Boys Basketball is being tabbed “the White Out” game. We ask everyone in attendance that evening to wear white shirts in support of our game against University Prep.
Spring sports are beginning to practice with baseball and softball teams in full off-season conditioning. We are pleased to announce the hiring of Mr. Mark Gutierrez as our Head Track and Field coach. This team is in the process of conducting off-season conditioning and getting all athletes interested in competing registered and cleared on the 8-18 athletic site. Students interested should contact Mr. Gutierrez in Room 96 or Mr. Markle in the athletics office. Mr. Markle is currently the interim Athletic Director and will be taking over as the Head Golf coach for the spring season. See him if you are interested in joining the team.
VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS:
The Visual Arts will be hosting their annual Trash Can Art Show on Wednesday, February 3 from 5-7 pm in the Middle School MPR. Please come out and support our young artist in their very unique creations.
Winter Drum line is preparing for their indoor season which will begin in March. We will keep you updated on the dates and location of these Saturday competitions.
The annual Arts Knight will be on April 14 in the gym. This will showcase student work in both the Visual and Performing Arts. Save the date for this night.
The High School Choir Concert is scheduled for April 27 and the Band Concert for May 18. We look forward to seeing everyone at these events.
Our school is committed to the growth and positive development of students through an experiential learning approach that strives to engage the student, enlighten the mind and empower the future.
Our mission is to empower every student to be a successful learner. We want our students to be the “Best” without reservation or qualified restrictions. We seek to promote a diverse, challenging and supportive environment of firmly grounded, tolerant, respectful, accountable and academically motivated students.
Fully Accredited WASC School
WASC stands for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. It is the accrediting body for the western states, including California. Their job is to visit schools and determine whether or not the school is doing an adequate job educating All students as well as whether the school meets its own definition of who it claims to be. The WASC process includes a self-study to identify who we are, what we are doing, and how we are doing it.
Becoming WASC accredited means that credits, grades, and courses taken at Riverside Prep will be transferable to other high schools and will be looked at by colleges as a fully accredited and reputable high school. Many colleges and universities will not accept students from non-accredited schools, or if they do, often students are held to higher test score requirements. Our interest is giving the students at our school the best education possible as well as enabling them to pursue whatever course they choose in the future.
The Enrollment Center is located at 19121 Third St. in Oro Grande, CA.
For more information please call (760) 843-5556.
Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Riverside Preparatory School has a limited number of spaces available for students. A lottery is conducted to determine the order in which an invitation to attend will be extended when spaces are available which are less than the number of students on the waiting list for any given grade level. Kindergarten students for each year are accepted on a “first come” basis until classes are full. The School encourages parents to register for Kindergarten as early as possible. Some parents are registering their children for kindergarten as early as five years in advance!
The main goal of the Riverside Preparatory Music Department is to give each student a positive experience with music. This includes the ability to demonstrate appropriate fundamentals, concepts, and techniques needed to perform successfully.
Riverside Prep. High School is proud to offer our students access to the California Cadet Corps program. This program is available to all of our high school students and is an elective period during the school day.
Our athletic program stresses the importance of student participation and sportsmanship while learning and performing various skills – along with encouraging students about nutritional needs.