Weekly Bulletin 11/25/19 through 11/29/19

RUHS Weekly Bulletin -  11/25/19—12/5/19



Late Start: 12/20 School starts at 9:20 am

Winter Break: No School 12/23—1/3



RUHS Theatre Arts is proud to present Arthur Miller’s The Crucible. Performances will take place in the RUHS Auditorium December 5th, 6th, and 7th at 7:00 pm with a 2:00 matinee on Sunday December 8th. Tickets can be purchased for $8.00 pre-sale through any show member, or at the ASB finance office. Tickets are $10.00 at the door and online at ruhsdrama.com. Winner of the Tony Award for Best Play, this exciting drama about the Puritan purge of witchcraft in old Salem is both a gripping historical play and a timely parable of our contemporary society.


Project Unified has started at RUHS.! Please help support our RBUSD families this holiday season. Stop by the PTSA's gift giving display in the Admin. Building from November 18 - December 6 and pick up a gift tag with a wish list item printed on it. Please drop off the gift and tag to Mrs. Gabriel in the main office.


Would you like to play in the pit orchestra for this school year’s fun and exciting spring musical 9 to 5? We are presently looking for string players. If you play acoustic guitar, electric guitar, archtop

electric guitar, banjo, mandolin, round neck dobro, or any other similar instrument please email Mr. Vizcarra at rvizcarra@rbusd.org or stop by the band room any time during snack or lunch.

 First readings of the music will take place when we get back from thanksgiving break.


The next CAML Contest will be on December 10.


Tryouts for the RUHS Boys' Tennis Team will begin Wednesday 12/11, on the LOWER courts (near Vincent & Irena Ave.) at 3:15pm, and continue Thursday 12/12. Please be prepared to attend both days and stay until dark if needed. These tryouts will include freshmen, new players, and non-starters from last year's JV team, and will consist of singles match play. Please make sure you are familiar with scoring and singles match play format beforehand.


*Free math tutoring will be available after school every Tuesday and Thursday from 3 to 4 PM.  Go to Room 152 on Tuesdays, and go to Room 209 on Thursdays.

*Need help with math? Come down to Room 313 during lunch on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays for help! Need community service hours? Like math? Come down to the Math Tutoring Club to volunteer as a math tutor for community service!


Need help with Chemistry? Come down to Room 122 during lunch on Tuesdays, and Thursdays for help! All qualified tutor who volunteer will receive community service hour!


Submission options:

  • Submit and design online at: www.yearbookordercenter.com. This is the best and easiest option.
  • If you want us to design the dedication, email digital files to mziegler1@gmail.com
  • Mail to Mr. Ziegler or place in Mr. Ziegler’s mailbox at the school. Address: Mitch Ziegler, Redondo

Union High School, One Sea Hawk Way, Redondo Beach, CA 90277

Submission guidelines:

  • All photos should be in .tiff or .jpg format at 300dpi. We are not responsible for the quality of

reproduction of ads/photos under 300 dpi. Do not print photos on a home printer – send us the

Original digital file at its highest resolution. Photos taken from social media may not print properly, and we cannot be held responsible for this.

  • No cut and paste collages. • Put your name and address on the back of any photo you want

returned. • Do not cut photos – we will crop and enlarge/shrink after we scan them. • All photos must be appropriate and are subject to the approval of the editors. If you have any questions, please call (310) 798-8665 ext. 4164 Attachment has more information.


Hack Club is where creative people come together to build amazing things. On your first day, you'll build your very own website from scratch. Learn to code as you build websites, apps, and games. Come join the fun of pizza, music, and CODING AWESOME STUFF! No experience necessary. Hack Club meets after school on Thursdays and during lunch on Fridays at Mr. Middler's room 150.


Please remember that RUHS has a strict dress code policy that needs to be adhered to. Failure to do so will result in having to change and/or fix your outfit. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask any adult on campus, or look on the website or in your school planner for the dress code policy of what is allowable and what is not.