Rancho’s Daily Bulletin       

                         Friday, June 2, 2017

Wavepact Wednesday - Wear your College Gear on Wednesday

Rancho Spirit - Wear your Rancho gear on Friday

Math Lab - Come get Math help from Expert Mathematicians!!  Daily - Room 824 6:30-7:30am  and Room 822 2:30-4:00pm

NEXT WEEK DURING FINALS.....

BREAKFAST WILL BE SERVED BEFORE SCHOOL AND LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT NUTRITION. BE SURE TO COME FEED YOUR BRAIN.

Were you moved by Every 15 minutes? Next year, RBV would like to launch an RBV chapter of SADD:Students Against Destructive Decisions. This club focuses on empowering teens by bringing awareness to issues like suicide, bullying, eating disorders, substance abuse, and traffic safety. If you are interested in learning more about SADD, Ms. Bleich, Mr. Loza and Mrs, Jaehn would like to invite you to our first meeting in Room 802.

Students: Textbook returns start on Thursday. All Seniors must have everything returned and be clear by noon

n Tuesday June 6th. All other students must have everything returned by noon on Wednesday June 7th.  Check your school Gmail accounts to know exactly what you owe.

Seniors do you want to buy a graduation flower or kukui nut lei this year? Don't forget, the last date to order your graduation lei is June 3rd so order yours today!!

UC ELC permission slips are now due.  Please turn them in to the Data Processing office as soon as possible.  If you need another one, please see Data Processing.

Students who bought yearbooks, please pick them up from the student store at lunch or after school.

Yearbooks can still be purchased for $105 in the finance office.

SENIORS!! Please stop by the Career Center and fill out a grad cap with your 2-year, 4-year, military or vocational school commitments! And check out the bulletin board in the admin building to see where in the world RBV seniors are headed.

Rancho Buena Vista HS has been selected to participate in the 2017 season of the Air Force Association’s (AFA) CyberCamp Program this summer, June 26 - June 30 9am to 1pm.

AFA CyberCamp is designed to teach students cyber safety, cyber ethics, and critical network security skills and tools. Each AFA CyberCamp will culminate in an exciting team-based competition that puts the campers in the role of IT administrators tasked with finding and addressing cybersecurity vulnerabilities in simulated network environments. The local AFA CyberCamp competitions will closely mimic AFA’s annual CyberPatriot National Youth Cyber Defense Competition, which will enter its tenth season in October.

Contact Mrs. Rudolph to sign-up.  room 343 or dadrerudolph@vistausd.org.  Limited to 20 participants.  

Senior Picnic - Monday, June 5 12:30 - 3:30. Tickets are $10 and they are on sale now.  Don’t miss out on the music, food, and fun.

Notice: The finance office will not accept checks after April 30th.

Yearbooks are on sale for $105 in the finance office at www.rbvyearbook.com.  Get yours today.

Follow rbvyearbook on instagram and participate in our creative caption contest to win a free yearbook.  Information is on instagram.

ELD Lounge- Do you need help with your homework or just a quiet place to do your assignments? Room 348B  will be opened Tuesdays and Thursdays after school.

Need to sharpen your writing skills? Come to the new RBV Writing Center. We're open from 2:45-3:45on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays in the library computer lab. Book an appointment online or walk in.

E2020 in Room 218 - Room 218 is open for all E2020 students everyday from 2:30-4:30 and during Saturday School from 8:00 until noon.

College & Career Information

Horatio Alger Career & Technical Scholarship - For seniors pursuing any type of CTE programs:

Receive up to $2,500 to pursue a career or technical certificate/degree. Eligibility Criteria: Have completed high school; Will be enrolled in eligible program in Fall 2017; Exhibit a strong commitment to pursue and complete a career or technical program at an accredited non-profit post-secondary institution in the United States; Demonstrated critical financial need (must be eligible to receive the Federal Pell grant as determined by completion of the FAFSA); Demonstrated perseverance in overcoming adversity.  Deadline to apply 6/15/17.

Scholarship (free money for college) update!  There is no "scholarship season" - scholarships are available to apply to all year long for all grade levels, so don't miss out on your chance to earn free money for college!  The list on Naviance (under the Colleges Tab) is updated and takeadvantage of the lists on the RBV site at:  http://rbv.vistausd.org/scholarships   Want more help with scholarships?  Talk with Mrs. Williams in the Career Center.

Seniors... are you looking to start earning a living right out of high school instead of going to a 2-year or 4-year college? Listen to these great opportunities!

Interested in a career in Culinary Arts? Or maybe the medical field? How about computer technology? These career programs are available in your own back yard! Vista Adult School has low-cost accredited programs to prepare you for an entrance-level position in the careers mentioned. Check out their programs at:  http://www.vistaadultschool.org/ 

For outdoorsy types, the California Conservation Corps offers immediate full time work with benefits AND paid training and certifications. Among the criteria considered in selecting work, the CCC looks for work conserving or enhancing the state's natural resources or providing another public benefit. For more info, go to:  www.ccc.ca.gov/

The MiraCosta Technology Career Institute provides short term, hands on training to help you be career ready in as little as 6 weeks. You could be making a great wage in a career such as engineering and manufacturing, veterinary assisting, phlebotomy, or even a very highly paid bodyguard. TCI was issued a grant & passing on the savings to the students!  For more info, go to:  tci.miracosta.edu/

MiraCosta Ambassadors are on the RBV Campus!  The Ambassadors are here to help with transitioning into the community college experience, so sign up in the Career Center to talk with an Ambassador and get ready for your 'what's next' after graduation!

Clubs

Feminism Club - meets every Wednesday at lunch in Room 807.  Come to discuss world topics, everyone is welcome.

Blank Canvas Club - on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Monday of every month!  We will be planning events to teach the homeless art, writing and other creative outlets.  Bring your friends and ideas for the club!

Art club meets every Friday after school in room 327- Art lives here in room 327

Join the Artistic Rhapsody club to meet other creative and art-oriented students. Meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Monday after school from 2:30-3 in Ms. Strawser's room 225.

Fashion club meets this Wednesday in room 327-

Surf club - meeting will be Tuesday's at lunch in room 324.  Anyone is welcome even if you are a beginner or just love the ocean! See you there!

Black Student Union- Come to the Black Student Union Club in room 222. We encourage all students to come and join the conversation. Wednesdays during lunch.