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VISTA TEEN OUTREACH

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 www.vistateenoutreach.org.

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

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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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LAST TWO WEEKS SCHEDULE

Monday, May 28: NO SCHOOL

Tuesday, May 29: Periods 1-6

Wednesday, May 30: Periods 1-6

Thursday, May 31: Block 6,4,2 (senior finals 6th)

Friday, June 1: Block 5,3,1 (senior finals 5th)

Monday, June 4: Periods 1-6

Tuesday, June 5: Finals 1-2, minimum day

Wednesday, June 6: Finals 3-4, minimum day

Thursday, June 7: Finals 5-6, minimum day

News

5/22/18

RBV was recently recognized as a 2017-2018 Educational Results Partnership (ERP) Honor Roll School for our high achievement and student success! The Honor Roll program, sponsored by the Campaign for Business and Education Excellence (CBEE), is part of a national effort to identify higher-performing schools and districts that are improving student outcomes. RBV is one of 1,798 public schools in California to be recognized.

The 2017-2018 ERP Honor Roll utilizes public school student achievement data to identify successful schools and districts.

RBV stands above others in the state because of our demonstrated ability to get students to grade level achievement and beyond.

Schools that receive the ERP Honor Roll distinction have demonstrated consistent high levels of student academic achievement, improvement in achievement levels over time, and a reduction in achievement gaps among student populations.

Here a few important facts about the ERP Honor Roll:

  • It’s the only award given in collaboration with business leaders
  • It includes graduation and dropout rate data
  • It establishes a higher bar of performance than any other award
  • It is conducted by Educational Results Partnership, a nonprofit organization that maintains the nation’s largest database on student achievement

We did not apply for this award. Our results led them to us!

We are thankful for the hard work of our students and teachers here at school name. This recognition is a testament to the sustained focus on academic results and commitment to student success that our school and parent community have shown over the years.

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5/22/18

RBV students from the Class of 2020 have an opportunity to participate in a research expedition to South Africa in the summer of 2019. There will be an informational meeting for parents and students at 6:00 pm on Thursday, May 24, in room #117/118.

Please see attached link for more info.

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5/22/18

RBV's 17th annual Pops Concert presents A Walk Through Disney.

Friday, May 25 - gala, dinner, silent auction @ 6pm; concert @ 7pm.

Saturday, May 26 - cabaret seating with dessert @ 7pm

Tickets/information: Lindy Owen (760) 612-1701 or rbvbandtickets@gmail.com

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5/22/18

RBV's annual Folkorico Mexican Dance show will be this Saturday, May 26th at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $5. This year we will have the PE Folkorico class directed by our own Yelila Morales! See links for more info.

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5/16/18

US News and World Report, which ranks high schools within their states and nationally, has awarded Rancho Buena Vista High School a silver medal. Schools are ranked based on their performance on state-required tests and how well they prepare students for college. (Learn more by clicking the link below.)

RBV is ranked #422 in California and #2149 nationwide.

Go, Longhorns!

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4/18/18

Are you taking AP, IB, other Honors classes for the first time? Do you want to know what it takes for success in Honors, AP, and/or IB courses? Join us for the RBVHS AP/IB Summer Bridge Program and become better prepared for your next grade level and Honors classes.

Dates: June 11, 2018-June 29, 2018 Time: 8am-12:15pm

AP/IB SUMMER BRIDGE

  • Meet and work with your AP/IB/Honors teachers before school begins in August.
  • Develop skills needed to be successful in Honors classes.
  • 5 elective credits can be earned for attending the entire three week session.

HOW TO SIGN UP: Please complete the Google Form with your VUSD login, or contact Assistant Principal Sandra Barnes SandraBarnes@vistausd.org or the AP/IB Summer Bridge Coordinator Roland Arias rolandarias@vistausd.org.

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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.

SCHOOLWIDE LEARNER OUTCOMES

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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For information on senior activities, visit the SENIOR PAGE.

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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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