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RUHS Weekly Bulletin 05/09/22-05/13/22

RUHS Weekly Bulletin 5/9/22 – 5/13/22

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MONDAY  5/9/2022   A schedule Periods 1-6

TUESDAY  5/10/2022   B schedule  Periods 2,4,6

WEDNESDAY  5/11/2022  C schedule  Periods 1,3,5

THURSDAY  5/12/2022  B schedule   Periods 2,4,6

FRIDAY  5/13/2022  C schedule Periods 1,3,5




May 30 – No School Memorial Day

June 8 – Last Day of School




Having a tough year academically? It is our goal at RUHS to provide every student with the opportunity to succeed.  Summer School is a great opportunity to repeat a course to meet graduation or a-g/college-ready requirements, and get back on track.

RUHS is offering tuition-free remediation summer school courses in English 9-11 grades, Algebra 1 A/B, Geometry A/B, Algebra 2A/B, Biology A/B, Chemistry A/B, and all core special ed. courses.

Summer School sign-ups will begin this week during snack, lunch, and after school until 3:30.  Eligible students will be emailed a summer school letter.

Please print, and bring your completed and signed summer school letter to your counselor on the designated day. Summer School seats are limited, and enrollment is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Juniors, you get first priority and your Summer School Registration Days are this Thursday & Friday, May 5th & 6th.

Sophomores, you can register for Summer School on Monday and Tuesday, May 9th & 10th.

And Freshmen, your Summer School Registration days are Wednesday and Thursday, May 11th and 12th.

If you need it, don’t miss out on this great opportunity to get back on track.


11th graders, it’s almost SBAC time.  Students will take SBAC ELA in their English classes on Monday, May 16th, and SBAC Math in their history classes starting Monday, May 23rd.


The Boys' Varsity Golf Team has won the Bay League for the first time in ten years! We finished 6-2 in League play and 10-2 for the whole season. Four of our players made All League First Team.

Captain Justin Pak (who has committed to UNLV) will be going to Los Robles for Round 3 of CIF Individual on Monday, May 9. The top 6 from the Bay League advanced from Lakewood and Skylinks, where Justin finished 4th (78-73-151).

We also qualified for CIF team play and will go to Soule Park in Ojai for Round 1 on Monday, May 16.

The JV boys finished their season 9-2. Yesterday at the 18 hole final tournament at Chester Washington, where the top 25 players from both the Bay and Ocean League qualified, three of our five players finished in the top five and received trophies: freshman Kai Phillips finished 1st (83). Sophomore Brady Batacan finished 4th (85). And sophomore Logan Couig finished 5th (87). Thank you, Coach Tu Le, for having an incredible "rookie season"!

Please feel free to stop by the Student Union on Wednesday, May 18 from 6:30-8:30 pm for our annual Golf Banquet.


Congratulations to our 2022 Girls State and Boys State Delegates who were nominated and selected to proudly represent RUHS at Girls State and Boys State this summer! RUHS is proud to announce Zelia Lerch as the 2022 Girls State Delegate.  The 2022 Boys State Delegates are Aaron Alpern, Wyatt Bernard, Eli Hughes, Joseph Mintz, Peter Moody, and Nathan Robertson. We congratulate all of the Girls and Boys State finalists on their honorable nominations:  Aidan Bracey, Nicholas Carrozza, Reece Cartee, Olivia Duchouquette, Mason Fujikawa, Sammie Hall, Jack Hagemeister, Elise Haulund, Troy Nevil, Isabelle Nguyen, Maya Patel, Gabriel Qatto, Connor Robertson, and Mia Wildenhain. They were nominated by the RUHS staff based on the student’s exemplary leadership qualities, scholastic achievement  and outstanding character, based on honesty, integrity, and fortitude. Girls and Boys State are among the most respected educational programs of government instruction for high school students. Each participant becomes a part of the operation of his/her local, county and state government.  We are very proud of all the Girls and Boys State finalists and delegates!  Congratulations to you all!


Do you love pancakes, sausage, eggs, and bacon, and you want to support the RUHS Football Team? Buy a ticket from any football player for $10 for the June 4th Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser. It will be hosted by RUHS Football, Girls Flag Football, and Cheer. Family-friendly games will be offered like cornhole, tetherball, etc. as well as a co-ed flag football tournament in the stadium. We hope to see you there!


Please help a school in need by donating NEW and UNUSED supplies! We are collecting school supplies for students at South Park Elementary (A low income school in LAUSD) who are in desperate need of basic items like pens, pencils, and notebooks. A collection box will be outside the front office from May 2nd - 27th. A list of supplies needed are on a flyer on the donation box (donations from the list only please). For details contact Rani Crosby or check out our Instagram @southparkschoolsupplydrive. Co-sponsored by the Key Club


Sea Hawks! Per Federal Regulations, masks are required on buses until April 18th. If you are using Beach Cities Transport, please wear a mask.  

BSU- Black Student Union:

BSU is a safe place for students to feel connected and develop a support system with students of color at RUHS. Our student leader is Reiss Collier and our staff leader is assistant principal Marvin Brown. We will be meeting at the top of the Student Union every other Thursday during lunch. All Sea Hawks are welcome. We look forward to seeing you soon!


Your SoCal ROC career guidance specialist is available to answer any questions in the Nest every Thursday during 2nd period and snack. Add your name to the sign up sheet in the Nest to meet with her ASAP!


Interested in Performing during rallies? Then Hiphop is the place for you. They’re currently looking for dancers to perform in the spring rally. You do not have to be experienced at all. If you’re interested, please fill out the google form linked on the morning assignment email.


Do you have a passion for debating? Do you want to sharpen up your speech skills? Then the speech and debate club is the right place for you! At Speech and Debate club, we perform activities that not only help improve speech writing skills, but also improve your confidence, debating skills, and much more. Speech and Debate club meets Mondays during lunch in room 802. Be sure to stop by!


Are you confused during math class? Is there a homework problem that you can't figure out? Head on down to the math tutoring club in room 313 every Tuesday and Thursday during lunch. You will receive personalized, 1-on-1 help from your peers, absolutely free. We can provide you alternate pathways to answers that your teachers don't teach you during class. Sea Hawks, if you want to help your peers improve their math abilities and earn community service hours, you can become a tutor by coming to one of our club meetings.


Do you need help with your chemistry homework or preparing for an exam? Head on down to the Chem tutoring club in room 122 every Tuesday and Friday during lunch. You will receive personalized, one-on-one help from your peers, absolutely free. All students are welcome.


Biology peer tutoring will be available to all levels on Tuesdays, in Mrs. Frames' room (room 126), after school from 3:00 to 3:30.  We’re also looking for current or former AP Biology students to be tutors, so if you feel confident and are interested in peer tutoring for service hours, please come to Mrs. Frame’s room after school on Tuesday September 21st  for the first meeting. If you have any questions, please email Celine Ziedins-McMullen at


The library staff will print your assignments for $.10 per page. Purchase a printing punch card for $1.00 and receive 11 pages or supply your own white paper. 


Free breakfast and lunch meals will be available for all students, each day in the Student Union and at the two pods. A la carte snacks and drinks will be available for purchase outside at the snack windows. Students must have their student ID with them to scan for the cashier when receiving free meals or purchasing snack items. Cash payments will no longer be accepted. Please use to apply money to your account.



Sea Hawks, please do your respectful part by keeping yourself and those around you safe. 

  • Masking is now optional, however strongly  recommended indoors and also outdoors in large crowds. Need a mask?  They are available in the Health Office.
  • Maintain distance from others
  • Frequently wash/sanitize your hands; especially before and after eating
  • Actively answer the questions when passively screening before coming to campus
  • Contact school personnel immediately (attendance office) upon COVID-19 symptoms, exposure, and/or positive test(s).

If you would like to view the current COVID-19 numbers for RUHS, please visit the RBUSD COVID-19 Dashboard.


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