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Vista Teen Outreach is a non-profit organization run by community volunteers.  They are providing food pantries at various schools throughout our district.  Hungry students are allowed to receive a backpack of food free of charge throughout the school year.  For more information about volunteer opportunities or donation needs, please visit their website at

For onsite information, please contact _____ at ______ or 760-727-7284 x72___.


PSST World is a quick, safe, secure, and anonymous way to report school safety situations, including bullying, cyber bullying, abuse, conflicts, controlled substances, weapons, suicidal thoughts, vandalism, discrimination, threats, and any other safety concern. When reporting the situation, student does not need to leave their name. 

Note: The only reason that a student-reporter would need to leave their name and contact information is if they wish for someone to contact them directly.

PSST World es una manera rápida, segura, protegida y anónima de reportar situaciones de seguridad escolar, incluyendo el acoso escolar, ciberacoso, abuso, conflictos, sustancias controladas, armas, pensamientos suicidas, vandalismo, discriminación, amenazas, y cualquier otro problema de seguridad. Al reportar la información, el estudiante no necesita dejar su nombre. 

Aviso: La única razón por la que un alumno que presente un reporte tendría que dejar su nombre y datos de contacto sería si desea que alguien se comunique con él/ella directamente.

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Computers 2 SD Kids and Cox Communications are partnering with Connect 2 Compete, a national non-profit organization that helps families access technology through low-cost computers, discounted high-speed Internet, and digital literacy training.

Tuesday, April 10th from 3:00pm to 4:30pm
Vista FACE Center @ 836 Olive Avenue, Vista

Your family may be eligible to receive high speed internet if:

• At least one child in the household receives free lunch at school

• You have not subscribed to Cox Internet Services within the past 90 days

• You have no outstanding bills or unreturned equipment with Cox


On Wednesday, April 18th, 5pm in the PAC, the RBV counselors will offer an evening presentation for students and parents to learn about a variety of topics related to college. Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, along with their parents, are invited to attend.

5:00pm - general info about college options, the college selection process, admissions requirements, the application process, as well as some basics regarding financial aid and scholarship opportunities

6:15pm - one on one Q&A with counselors

6:30-7:30pm - NCAA break-out session on eligibility requirements (D1, D2, and D3) for students interested in participatin in NCAA athletics after graduating high school

Please note: Spanish interpretation will be available at the event.


Snapchat is ranked as the second worst social media platform for teen mental health. In this video, learn the negative effects of Snapchat for teens and tweens. Learn more here.

Teen Snapchat statistics

  • People under the age of 25 use Snapchat for 40 minutes on average every day, more than Instagram’s latest stat for the same demographic

  • Snapchat ranks as the most popular social media site among teenagers

  • Users 25 and younger visit Snapchat over 20 times per day

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Teen social media statistics

  • 91% of 16-24 year olds use the internet for social networking

  • Social media use is linked with increased rates of anxiety, depression and poor sleep

  • Social media has been described as more addictive than cigarettes and alcohol

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Rancho Buena Vista High School

Mission, Vision, & Values

Our vision at RBV is to exemplify inspiration, discovery, and achievement.

The mission of RBV is to be a collaborative learning community that inspires students to develop intellectual abilities and individual passions as they discover their purpose.


To address our Critical Academic Needs (CANs), the RBV community articulated four Schoolwide Learner Outcomes (SLOs), intended to guide instruction and expected learning at RBV.


  1. APPLY KNOWLEDGE – Students will be able to access subject-specific material from a variety of sources and demonstrate their ability to synthesize and apply information across content areas to solve real world problems.

  2. THINK CRITICALLY – Students will apply, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information from a variety of sources and perspectives across content areas to form opinions, support positions, and solve problems.

  3. COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY – Students will demonstrate individually and collaboratively their ability to communicate effectively, applying technology and 21st century skills across content areas, through reading, writing, listening, speaking, and performing.

  4. MAKE CONNECTIONS – Through self-reflection and collaborative interactions, students will connect their learning across content areas to the real world, develop a sense of respect for different perspectives, and experience personal growth that helps them become contributing members of their local and global communities.


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Palomar College has recently announced its free tuition program. To learn more, please visit the Student page.


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