RHS Weekly What’s-Up
March 19th - 23rd, 2018
WASC Visit Day 1
Read 180 SRI
922am Rising Scholars in Library
922am Resiliency Squad Workshop in 607
1130am WASC Meets with Student Government
4-530pm WASC Meets with Focus Groups A, B, and C
4pm Baseball vs. Castlemont
600pm youth Commission @ Helms Middle
WASC Visit Day 2
730am WASC Meets with ILT in Library
1130am WASC Meeting with Students
245pm WASC meets with District Staff in Library
4-530pm WASC Meets with Focus Groups D and E
330pm Badminton vs. Pinole Valley
530pm Volleyball @ Salesians
WASC Visit Day 3
230pm WASC Report-out in Library with staff
330pm Tennis vs. St. Mary’s
4pm Softball vs. Hercules
4pm Baseball vs. St. Patrick
Field Trip: Law Academy to SF & DeYoung Museum
Field Trip: Science Trip to Point Pinole
Field Trip: Service Learning to local elementary
815am Resiliency Squad Workshop in Rm 607
230pm AP Committee in Conference Room
3pm ECMC College Night in Cafeteria
330pm Badminton @ De Anza
530pm Volleyball @ El Cerrito
Field Trip: EPA to UC Berkeley
4pm Baseball @ St. Patricks
5pm Volleyball vs. Concord
Saturday School from 8am-Noon
11am Youth March on Gun Violence at City Center w/ Mayor Tom Butt
12pm Softball @ Tennyson
Grades for Quarter 3 will be due on April 9th when we return from break. Make sure that right now your students have opportunities to get their work turned in and they know what their grade is, and why their grade is that way.
After WASC is over, think about how you can transition your class to prepare for SBAC testing. SBAC is for Juniors, but Seniors this year are required to take the Science Exam too. We will provide more details next week.
Make sure that all teachers have completed their benchmarks and have made their deadlines. If you need support please reach out to both Department Chairs and to Ms. Reyes.
Shout out to Mr. Mooney for sharing much-needed teaching supplies to a fellow teacher in need!
Thank you to all teachers we saw teaching the ESLR lesson!
Thanks to teachers who signed up for Mr. Zaragoza’s poster project. His students have some fun upcoming projects to do for the school.
Thank you Counselors and Ivan for completing Choice Sheets for the school.
The ELPAC testing is almost over, and will end on Friday, thank you to all Grad Tutors for facilitating and organizing all the testing.
Thank you Leads and all others who helped to put together the binders for WASC, they look great!
Thank you community workers for helping us organize our parents for the WASC report.
Spirit Week is coming up next week; Battle of the Classes! Join in to see which class has the most spirit!
Recently a group of students have taken it upon themselves to help us clean, daily, at lunch in our "mall area". Thank you 'Lunch-Bunch' for being a part of the positive change at Richmond High School!
Check out our RHS Weekly Video Announcement for 3/19/2018! It's in Spanish and English!
Congratulations to Kephra and Jesse for their article on their perserverance towards college!
Students - for those interested in taking an AP class for next year. Please take this survey.
Richmond High is proud to announce winners for our district science fair. Students, with the help from Mr. Nguyen, placed 1st and 2nd place respectively. These students will continue on the San Francisco's STEM competition on March 21st. Check out their projects below:
Congratulations to our Mock Trial team for their win yesterday at the Martinez Court Room! We see you working hard!
Check out our new RHS Winter Quarterly!
Senior Contracts - Our school is asking our amazing seniors to commit to excellence for the last 5 months of school leading to graduation. All seniors must have this contract signed by student and parent to participate in graduation and senior activities. Please have it completed and submitted to the office by 1/22/2018.
Check out this piece of local news on one of our own soccer players at Richmond High!
Our students have been hard at work on their e-Bike project with UC Berkeley! Check out this video to see how our young engineers work side by side with college students.
Recently we had a film crew come to Richmond High to go into one of our classrooms to observe lessons by our awesome teachers. Please read the article and view the video to see how we put student's first at Richmond High!
Richmond High MultiMedia Academy has been hard at work creating their blog called Humans of Richmond. check it out to get to know our students a litte more.
Leadership students getting into the spirit for Homecoming Week:
7:30 AM - 3:30 PM LAW Field Trip: SF & Deyoung Museum
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM Field Trip: an Service Learning
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM SARB Meeting
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM Science: Field Trip Point Pinole
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM New Teacher Meeting
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM ECMC College Nights @ Cafeteria
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Badminton @ De Anza
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM BVBall @ El Cerrito
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM BBall @ St. Patricks
Foster Care Youth Conference is Saturday March 24th at DeJean Middle School from 8:30am-2:30pm. The annual conference, co-sponsored by the District and nine other local agencies, aims to reach foster youth ages 14-24 in Contra Costa, Alameda, and Solano counties. Click here to read more and register.
High school students living in the 11th Congressional District of California are invited to submit their original works of art! All entrants will have their work displayed at a local congressional event and the winner will fly with a family member, free of charge, to Washington DC to attend an event supported by the National Congressional Art Competition in June.
Oilers beat Bellarmine-San Jose 4-2 on penalty kicks to advance to the inaugural CIF Northern California Division II championship game on Saturday.
Oilers score twice in the second half to beat Antelope 2-1 in the inaugural California Interscholastic Federation Northern California Soccer Division II Championship Tournament.
The West Contra Costa Unified School District, Board Trustee Mister Phillips and the Contra Costa Building & Construction Trades Council will host the 2nd Annual Building & Construction Trades Career Fair on Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at DeJean Middle School.
Oilers Coach Rene Siles has won over 300 games in 18 seasons at Richmond but his impact extends well beyond the field.
Maya Kosover's Advanced Media Communications Students have shared the stories of hundreds of community members via Humans of Richmond.
Richmond High School's robotics team, the Biomechs, is competing in the Silicon Valley Regional FIRST Robotics Competition on Friday at San Jose State University’s Event Center.
Three Richmond students perform on the SHN Orpheum stage and then see Hamilton, the musical, with their classmates. With the help of the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, more than 2,200 Bay Area students from 18 schools saw the musical story of one of America’s Founding Fathers, Alexander Hamilton.