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Weekly Update 11-29-2021

Good Evening Monarchs,

 

Welcome back to trimester 2!  I hope everybody had a great break, with time to rest and spend with family. Hopefully all students are more acclimated to campus and are ready to get started.

 

Here are this week’s updates:

 

Trimester 2 Begins:   Trimester 2 started today.  All classroom numbers are in StudentVue; there are new buildings available for use, but all our students found their way in the end.  Let’s have a great trimester!

 

Schedule Changes Available: Students that would like to make a schedule change request must follow these procedures:


 1) Go to the admin classroom
 2) Fill out a schedule change request form
 3) Please do not turn in multiple forms
 
Counselors will be dedicating all their time this week to schedule change requests.  Counselors will call in students and answer emails in the order they receive the request.  
 
The deadline for a schedule change request submission is this Friday, December 3rd.

 

 

Media Centers/Cafeteria: Construction is near completion at RCHS.  We plan for students to have access to the media centers before the winter break.   Additionally, there is more room available in the cafeteria for students to eat safely.  

 

Yearbook Pricing Increases in 24 Hours:  Now’s your chance. We can’t guarantee your student will get a book unless you order before yearbooks supply runs out. The RCHS yearbook is on sale now for $75, but the price rises to $85 in about 24 hours. Buy the book your student will always cherish. They’ll thank you later. Click Here to see what options are available.

 

No Parking in Church Parking Lot: The LDS Church directly across from RCHS is not allowing school parking any longer.  Additionally, they ask that you please not pick up or drop off your child there before or after school. Thank you for respecting our neighbors.

 

I am proud to be a part of the Rancho Campana Community. Thank you everybody for your support.

 

Sincerely, 

 

Bryan Martin

Principal