Sea Hawk Bowl at Night

Golf practice

Small Gym-outside

Dumbells

Weight Room

Basketball court

Field House

Bleachers

Pool

Coaches' office

Football field-side view

Bleachers

Pool

Locker room

Weight Room

Pool sidewalk

Weight Room

Field House

Sea Hawk sign

Football field-corner view

Track

Football -other view

Battling cage

Bleachers- side view

Big gym hallway

1/21/19 through 1/25/19

UPCOMING EVENTS:

1/22  - 3:00PM Girls Soccer vs. Centennial

          - 3:00PM Boys Wrestling vs. Mira Costa

1/23  - 3:00PM Girls Water Polo vs Peninsula

2/2    - 7:15-9:45AM PTSA Ice Skating Night

2/6     -6:00PM RU Ready Night 

 

SEA HAWK OF THE WEEK:

Mr. Ray Vizcarra would like to nominate, Aidan Sears.

Ms. Donna Pattillo would like to nominate, Robert Crompton.

Gabriella Cordone would like to nominate, Mr. June Caponpon.

COCOA & CRAM WITH LINK CREW:

Link Crew would like to welcome Freshmen to Cocoa & Cram next Wednesday 23, and Thursday

24thfrom 3-4:30 in the cafeteria Link Crew tutors will be available to help Freshmen prepare for their final exams. Good Luck on your Finals, Sea Hawks!

PTSA ICE SKATING FUNDRAISER:

Ice Skating Fundraiser! Proceeds to benefit Redondo Union High School (PTSA)! Saturday February 2nd from 7:15pm-9:45pm. Cost is $11.00 per person at The Toyota Sports Center 555 N. Nash St. El Segundo, CA 90245 .

RU READY NIGHT:

Want to get to know our beautiful 56-acre campus better? Join us February 6th from 4:30-5:15, we will have a self-guided tour available for our future Sea Hawks and their families. Come get familiar with our wonderful facilities, and get a sneak peek into some of our classrooms! Docents will be available at key locations to answer any questions you may have. With over 3,000 students, RUHS prides itself in campus culture and with the student and faculty connections we make. There are over 75 clubs, and a plethora of organizations to get involved in. Come check out the Campus Culture and Club Faire from 5:00-6:00 on the Auditorium Lawn to learn more about all of the ways to get involved at RUHS! There is truly something for everyone! 6:00 PM, Main Event/Presentation starts in the Auditorium.

WINTER FORMAL:

This year, our winter dance is a Winter Formal! The dance will be on Friday, February 8th from 7pm-10:30 in the Small Gym. Tickets are $12 with an ASB sticker, and $15 without. All tickets include Pizza and a drink! Get dolled up and be ready to party!  Tickets go on sale in the ASB Finance office Tuesday, January 22nd.

AMC:

The American Mathematics Competitions (AMC) will be offered on Wednesday February 13 after school. The AMC 10 is for 9th & 10th graders, and the AMC 12 is for 11th & 12th graders. If you are interested in participating in these challenging nation-wide contests, please sign up through your math teacher, or find the link at Mr. Baumgartner’s school website

ASB APPAREL:

ASB has been working with a new company for some apparel and Sea Hawk gear. There are some pretty nice items. Check it out! Everything is custom order, and will ship to you within 2 weeks of order. https://hittershouse.com/collections/ruhs

TRYOUTS FOR ICE HOCKEY:

Did you know that RUHS has an ice hockey team?  If you are a current player or would like to tryout for the 2019 team, please come to a lunch meeting on Wednesday, January 23rd at Lunch in room 822 to find out more information.

TRYOUTS FOR GIRLS LACROSS:

Tryouts have been postponed until next Tuesday, January 22nd at 3:15 on the athletic field.

TRYOUTS FOR BOYS TENNIS:

Due to the likelihood of rain, tryouts for the RUHS Boys' Tennis Team will be postponed until Tuesday 1/22 & Wednesday 1/23, on the LOWER courts (near Vincent & Irena) at 3:15pm. Please be prepared to attend both days.

Attention Seniors: 

Do you believe that the Justice Dept. of this country should be independent and impartial?  Would you like the opportunity to win as much as $5,000.00 for writing an essay on this topic?  If so, there is an essay contest beginning through the California Judges Foundation “C.J.F”.   The CJF wants to encourage high school seniors throughout the state to learn more about the state judiciary and better understand the importance of an independent and impartial judiciary. The contest will be held in six regions of the state and essays will be read and graded by a team of judicial officers and lawyers in each region. A winner will be selected from each of the six regions and from that group, a grand prize winner will be selected. The grand prize is $5,000 and each runner-up will receive $2,000. Please click on this link for instructions and to submit essay submission: https://www.caljudges.org/essay.asp Full details can be found on the school bulletin (Infinite Campus Home Page).  Questions may be directed to M. Botchie in room 202, or mbotchie@rbusd.org

DRESS CODE:

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.

PARKING AT RUHS:

Staff and Students: All parking spots are assigned and permitted. In order for you to park in the parking lot during the school day, you MUST have been assigned a designated spot. Please do not park in the parking lot if you did not receive a spot, you will be towed.