April 23, 2017
PTSA Teacher/Staff Appreciation Brunch - May 6
The RUHS PTSA will be celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week by hosting a Teacher/Staff Appreciation Brunch on Friday, May 12th.
Click on the Sign-up Genius to bring a brunch item or to volunteer at our event.
Show your thanks for our outstanding teachers and staff by channeling your inner chef or purchasing an item in support of our brunch.
May 6 Sharefest at RUHS - Request for Volunteers
On Saturday, May 6, Sharefest will be be at Redondo Union High School. We have a campus beautification project and are looking for 15 student and parent volunteers to assist in painting red strips on the school's exterior staircases. Paint and supplies will be provided. Volunteers are asked to bring sunscreen, hats, and knee pads (optional). Complimentary coffee, water, and bagels will be provided to the volunteers.
Click on link to sign-up: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0a44a5a823aa8-ruhs1
If you are signing up friends or family members, please be sure to list all names in the Comment section.
If you have any questions, please contact Bryan Ines, RUHS Assistant Principal, at (310)798-8665, ext. 4004, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Pool Deck Storage Boxes at RUHS - PTSA Thanks Evan Suarez!
The PTSA would like to thank Evan Suarez, RUHS 11th grade student, for constructing 2 new pool deck storage boxes for the Community Pool at RUHS. Evan recently completed his Eagle Scout service project and partnered with PTSA as the benefactors of the project. We appreciate the time he has taken during the past school year to organize and construct these storage boxes. Obtaining an Eagle Scout rank is no easy task, however, Evan demonstrated the leadership qualities needed to achieve this goal. Evan, thank you for your service to the RUHS community!
RUHS Mural Project Approved - Thank you PTSA!
At our March 20th association meeting, the PTSA discussed and approved a mural project for the school. Because PTSA exceeded it's financial goals this year through spiritwear sales, memberships, donations, and other fundraisers, we are able to sponsor a project for the school. The mural will be located on the north side of the Student Union and is expected to be completed before the end of the current school year.
PTSA Hospitality Chair for 2017-2018
The RUHS is looking for a parent volunteer who may be interested in serving as Hospitality Chair and being part of the PTSA board. The duties of the Hospitality Chair include organizing a back to school lunch for the teachers, providing refreshments for association meetings, coordinating donation items for Career Day and Staff Appreciation brunch. If you are interested in this position or would like more information, please send an e-mail to RedondoUnionPTSA@gmail.com.
Final Hands on Art Project - After School April 26th
On Wednesday, April 26th, a Hands on Art lesson is scheduled for any student, teacher or staff member who would like to do the final Hands on Art project for this school year. It will be held after school in the Bingo Room at 3:15pm. The lesson is based on the distinctive style of Modigliani- the Italian artist of the early 1900's. 18 months ago one of his paintings sold at auction for $170 million dollars. Everyone is invited to attend and create their own masterpiece.
Physiology & Biomedical Science Field Trip - Thank you PTSA!
Thank you so much for sponsoring the buses for all four field trips to the Southern California University of Health Sciences in Whittier, California. Over 150 students from Physiology and Biomedical Science classes were able to attend these highly coveted field trip opportunities that are booked over a year in advance! Students were able to visit the Anatomy lab and view a real human cadaver and witness the complex, organized and awe-inspiring human body.
This was a once in a lifetime experience where students also observed various stages of human development and individual organs of the nervous system. It was an amazing experience to listen to students answer questions and propose their own questions based on what they learned in class and what they actual saw with the real specimens. On behalf of the students and physiology teachers, THANK YOU for giving our students this opportunity.
RUHS Biomedical Science and Physiology Teachers
Karin De Collibus, Heidy Hernandez, Lauren Clayton and Anita Stoddard