RUHS Weekly Bulletin - 1/13/20—1/17/20
MONDAY 1/13/2020 Schedule “A” *3:00PM Girls Soccer vs. Palos Verdes
TUESDAY 1/14/2020 Block Minimum Day (periods 2,4,6) 12:30 Dismissal
WEDNESDAY 1/15/2020 Block Minimum Day (periods 2,4,6) 12:30 Dismissal *3:00PM Girls Water Polo vs. Peninsula
THURSDAY 1/16/2020 Schedule “B” *3:00PM Boys Wrestling Conference vs. Peninsula *5:00PM vs. Santa Monica
FRIDAY 1/17/2020 Schedule “C” *3:00PM Boys Soccer vs. Peninsula *6:00PM Girls Basketball vs. Peninsula *7:30PM Boys Basketball vs. Palos Verdes
1/20—Holiday No School Martin Luther King Day
1/22—1/24 Finals and Minimum Days
2/1— Winter Formal
Winter Formal this year will take place OFF campus on February 1st from 8pm-12am, at Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum in HollywoodA! This is the FIRST year that Winter Formal is off campus! The event is open to all grade levels for students that are not on the no-go list. Tickets are now on sale through January 10th for $65, and then $70 w/ ASB card and $75 without January 13- January 30th. Ticket price includes a red carpet experience, dessert and beverage bar, the making of a wax hand to take home, and a Virtual Reality Room, on top of dancing the night away! You DON’T want to miss out on this incredible experience!
RUHS Theatre Arts will be holding auditions and technical interviews for the Spring Musical – 9 to 5, based on the hit movie starring Dolly Parton! Vocal and Dance auditions will be held January 13 & 14th for actors, and interviews January 16th for technical crew. For more information, please check out our Google Classroom Page, code PJL54G. Any questions, please visit the Drama Blackbox. We hope to see you there for the biggest event of our season!
Congratulations to the four students who tied for our top score at Redondo on last week’s CAML Contest: Skyler Coleman, Theo Danial, Nick Cutsail, and Max Black all scored 5 out of 6. The next CAML Contest will be on February 11. Also, the AMC 10 & AMC 12 Contests are coming soon, on January 30. Ask your math teacher how to sign up for those!
RBPD NEEDS OUR SUPORT:
We were informed that our very own Redondo Beach Police Captain Jon Naylor’s daughter, Cait, was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer, Rhabdomyosarcoma, and is currently undergoing chemotherapy treatments. We need your help. We have partnered with St. Baldrick’s foundation to raise awareness to Sarcoma cancer. Many Police Officers , city employee's, and community members will be shaving their head to raise awareness. The donation will start at $25+ per haircut. The Redondo Beach Police Officers Association and SPIDR Tech have pledged to donate $25 per Police Officer that shaves their head. The event will be held January 18th, from 9AM to 5PM, at the annex. 200 N. Pacific Coast Hwy Redondo Beach, CA 90277. Please reach out to as many people as you can to come shave their head, and show support for Cait. We are also selling bracelets and pins at the Redondo Beach Police Station, located at 401 Diamond Street Redondo Beach, CA 90277. Together we can make a difference, every 2 minutes somewhere in the world a child is diagnosed with cancer. ALL DAY, EVERDAY. Below is a link to donate for Cait. https://www.stbaldricks.org/dashboard/event/13851/2020
COCOA & CRAM:
Link Crew is excited to host another session of Cocoa & Cram. Next Thursday, January 16, after school, from 3:00-4:30 in the cafeteria, Link Crew leaders will be hosting a Final Exam study session complete with tutors and refreshment. Mark your calendars for next Thursday and good luck on finals Sea Hawks!
BATTLE OF THE BANDS:
Battle of the Bands is coming up! If you are in a band, soloist, or musical group, and interested in performing at lunchtime in the student union, please come to the mandatory informational meeting on Tuesday January 21st at lunch in the ASB room. Details about demo submissions, deadlines, and play rules will be given at this time. Have any questions before then? Please see Mrs. Mata in the ASB room.
Do you want to build a lasting friendship with someone from another country? The French Department is looking for host families for students from France, February 22nd and March 5th. This is an extremely rewarding and fun experience for all involved! If you are interested, please email Madame Graffio at email@example.com. Remember anyone can host, you do not have to speak French!
*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!