RMHS BULLETIN FOR WEDNESDAY, 3/21/19

SPARTAN NEWS

WHAT’S NEW?

GIRLS WHO CODE:   This summer there will be a Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program for 10th and 11th grade girls going into their junior or senior year. This is a free 7-week program and it’s a great opportunity that looks good on college applications. Girls who Code also provides travel and housing stipends for eligible applicants. Participants will learn about computer science, gain exposure to tech jobs, and join a sisterhood of girls who are using computer science to become change-makers. Coding experience is not required. Visit this link for more information: https://girlswhocode.com/summer-immersion-programs/

IB DIPLOMA PROGRAM:  10th grade students and parents/guardians who want to learn more about the IB programs available to juniors and seniors, the IB Diploma Program and the IB Career Program, are invited to attend an informational meeting before Open House on Wednesday, March 27.  This informational meeting will take place from 5:15 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. in the RMHS library.  If you have questions, please see Mrs. Wrout in room 8.

SENIORS: Did you promote from Dos Caminos in 5th Grade? If so, the Dos Caminos Elementary School PTA is offering a $250 scholarship to a former Dos Caminos student who is graduating high school in 2019. If that’s you, please complete the application by following the link below. Deadline to apply is May 1st, 2019. https://goo.gl/forms/GZOzoWbVxPRLQwfR2

What’s Happening?

SENIORS…The year is quickly coming to an end! If you have lost TEXT or LIBRARY books, you will NOT be allowed to attend prom, gradnite, or receive your diploma! IF YOU OWE…YOU WON’T GO! Notices have been mailed to your parents. TAKE CARE OF BOOK BUSINESS NOW! DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE TO RETURN OR PAY FOR LOST BOOKS!!! Please see Mrs. Petti in the Book Room. She is open at 7:30 a.m. to assist you.

APRIL IS ART MONTH! On Thursday, April 4, the 10th annual IB art show will be held at the Camarillo Ranch House from 4:30 – 6:30 pm. On Tuesday, April 9, the District Art Show will be held at the Maritime Museum with reception starting at 5:30. All month long a sculpture exhibit: Mr. Contreras, I Shrunk the Kids! will be on display in the library. Come check out artwork from Ms. Basden’s 1st and 2nd period 3-D Sculpture class.

2019 SUMMER SCHOOL: Current RMHS Students’ only have a little more than TWO WEEKS to sign up for Summer School at Rio Mesa High School. Classes will begin on July 1 and go through July 26, 2019.  The registration deadline is Friday, March 29, 2019. All summer school forms and master agreements MUST be turned in by this date. Busing will be provided to some locations. Classes may be changed or canceled, at any time, due to lack of enrollment. Direct any questions to Mrs. Ortiz.

BLOOD DRIVE: If you are 16 years or older and would like to donate blood, please see Ms. Guizar in the ASB room in order to sign up! Blood drive will take place on March 22nd.

SENIORS!  Don’t Forget to purchase your Grad Night Tickets.  Grad Night is June 12th!  The last day to purchase tickets will be April 5th.

RMHS SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION: I wanted to make you aware that the Rio Mesa Scholarship Foundation has an “Amazon Smile” account. You shop the same way you do on Amazon.com except you use the link below. We receive a donation on purchases at no additional cost to you or Amazon!  It’s easy!  Just click on the link below! Please SHARE the link below and start using the next time you shop online! https://smile.amazon.com/ch/95-3278137

ATTENTION SENIORS: Are you planning on participating in Senior Activities like Gradnite? You will NOT be allowed to purchase tickets if you have 3 or more Unverified Absences. See Attendance Advisor, Mrs. Ramirez, in the office to check your attendance!

Clubs / Athletics

DANCE AUDITIONS: Advanced Dance auditions for next year are April 3rd and 4th from 3:15 pm-5:30 pm in the dance room.  Please see Ms. Scholler for more information.

FAITH HOPE LOVE CLUB (FHL): FHL invites everyone to join us as we pray for our school, the year, our country, etc. FHL will meet every Wednesday at lunch.

MESA: Attention students with an interest in STEM: You are invited to join the weekly MESA (Math Engineering Science Achievement) meetings in Room 12 on Wednesdays at lunch. Our club aims to shape scientific minds by introducing hands on experience with science projects and activities to nurture and strengthen your interests.

STUDENT NUTRITION COUNCIL: The Student Nutrition Council’s SNAC Club meets every Tuesday in room 47.  Help try new foods for the cafeteria, earn volunteer hours

TEQUIO MEETINGS: During 2nd semester, the Tequio Club will be meeting every Friday, at lunch, in room 80A, and all are invited. Junta de Tequio Cada viernes durante el almuerzo en salón 80A y todos están invitados J

College & Career 

RMHS SENIORS: Transfer Making It Happen (TMIH). Learn more about transferring from a community College to a UC campus. TMIH provides information on transfer options to UC schools. Students are required to attend all sessions at their high school. Registration is required. (Please see Ms. Correa in Room 34 for more information)

Workshop 1: Why Transfer to a UC?

Monday, April 8th, 6:00 – 8:00 PM

Workshop 2: How to Transfer to a UC

Wednesday, April 10th, 12:00 – 1:00 PM

SENIORS: If you have not completed your Community College Application OR have not shown proof of completion, please see Ms. Magaña in the CCC as soon as possible.

JUNIORS: The Career Expo on March 22nd is an opportunity to meet with professionals in various fields and find out what steps are needed to pursue these careers. It is an opportunity for you all to discover your passion.  The interaction with these professionals and their career paths can help with big decisions you will have to make next year such as what major you choose to pursue. Permission slip forms can be found in the College and Career Center.

SENIORS: Oxnard College is having an upcoming event called “OC Friday” taking place on April 5, 2019. At this event students will meet with an Oxnard College counselor (individually) to plan one to two semesters of courses as well as meeting ALL of the remaining enrollment requirements needed to become a student at Oxnard College. Please pick up a permission slip form in the College and Career Center if you are interested in participating.

UPWARD BOUND: The first part of the Upward Bound application is now available. Upward Bound is a program through California Lutheran University that helps first generation, low income, 9th and 10th grade students, prepare for and complete college. If you are accepted in to the program you will get to attend a free 6-week program at CLU where you will live in the dorms, take classes, and experience life as a college student. Throughout your remaining high school years, you will receive many benefits, including tutoring, workshops, college and career guidance, field trips, and college tours. If you are interested, please see Mrs. Kenney in the counseling department.

SENIORS: Students is you have already completed the Financial Aid Application (FAFSA or California Dream Act) please create a WEBGRANTS4STUDNETS account. Please stop by room 34 if you need additional help.

Rio Mesa High School Sophomores:  Want to learn more information about colleges and universities? The A-G requirements? Visit College Campuses in California? Are you interested in joining the University of California, Santa Barbara Early Academic Outreach Program?! See Ms. Correa in Room 34 for more information. 😊

Rio Mesa High School Seniors: Have you been admitted to schools? Please check in with Ms. Correa in Room 34.

After school online A-G repair and credit recovery classes for seniors and now juniors continue. Please see your counselor to see if you qualify.

College Application Workshops After School Tuesday and Thursday in Room 34, from 3:00PM – 5:00PM

ELD TUTORING:  ELD Tutoring will take place Mondays through Thursdays from 3:15 – 4:15.

KHAN ACADEMY: Stop by room 34 to get set up on Khan Academy any day During Nutrition, Lunch, or After school.

VOLUNTEER AT THE CAMARILLO LIBRARY:  Several opportunities are available to earn community service hours by volunteering at the Camarillo Library.  You might help by being a Homework Coach, a Technology Coach, be on the Teen Advisory Board, or help at Special Events.  A volunteer application is available in the College and Career Center.

TWITTER: Follow Counselors on twitter! @RMHS_Counselors

Ongoing Events

RECYCLE FOR SIGHT BOX: The students from the Leo’s Club have placed a box in the office for eye glasses that you no longer want but can be recycled. If you have eye glasses that you no longer use but are still in good condition, we will take them. Lions club takes them all over the world for those in need.  The box is in the office, but you can send to room 75 as well.

WHAT I NEED (WIN) APP: The “WHAT I NEED” app empowers homeless or resource-insecure youths and adults to locate free supportive services. WIN’s searchable database enables users to find and connect to hundreds of essential programs offering: shelter, food, medical care, crisis support, drop-in centers, government benefits, legal counsel, transportation, jobs, educations, and different hotlines. It is designed for vulnerable youths ages 12-25. All providers represented in the WIN directory offer assistance and services to unaccompanied youth who simply walk in, (allowing vulnerable youth to obtain essential services without pre-screening or referral). Also included are agencies who serve unique populations including foster youth, LGBTQ youth, youths struggling with mental illness, pregnant or parenting teens, and young veterans as well as victims of assault or sexual violence, sexual exploitation, and/or domestic abuse. The app serves as a valuable tool for the community at large.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You need a pass from your teacher to go to the Health Office for medical care, except in the following instances:

  1. You are actively bleeding, or
  2. You are having an asthma attack with labor / difficulty breathing, or
  3. You are escorted by a staff member, or
  4. To take medication, or
  5. You have a true emergency.

AP and IB Testing 2019 – Rio Mesa High School

Specific times will be provided to test takers prior to the test date.
If you are taking an AP test other than those listed here, go to collegeboard.com for a full testing calendar.

May 6-10 and
May 13-17, 2019

Exam Dates

Week 1
Test Date Morning (8 a.m.) Afternoon (12 p.m.)
Monday,
May 6
AP United States Government and Politics AP Chinese Language and Culture

AP Environmental Science

Tuesday,
May 7
AP Seminar
AP Spanish Language and Culture
AP Japanese Language and Culture
AP Physics 1: Algebra-Based

IB History HL paper 1 and 2

Wednesday,
May 8
AP English Literature and
Composition

IB History HL paper 3

AP European History
AP French Language and Culture
Thursday,
May 9
AP Chemistry

AP Spanish Literature and Culture

AP German Language and Culture
AP Psychology
Friday,
May 10
AP United States History AP Computer Science Principles
AP Physics 2: Algebra-Based

Studio Art: May 10, 8 p.m. ET is the last day for your school to submit digital portfolios and to gather 2-D Design and Drawing students for the physical portfolio assembly. Students should have forwarded their completed digital portfolios to their teachers well before this date.

Week 2
Test Date Morning (8 a.m.) Afternoon (12 p.m.)
Monday,
May 13
AP Biology AP Physics C: Mechanics

IB Math HL and Studies paper 1

IMPORTANT ALERT AFTERNOON (2 p.m.)
Special Exam time.
AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
is the only exam given at 2 p.m.

Tuesday,
May 14
AP Calculus AB
AP Calculus BC

IB HL and Math Studies paper 2

AP Art History
AP Human Geography
Wednesday,
May 15
AP English Language and Composition

IB Math HL paper 3

AP Italian Language and Culture
AP Macroeconomics

IB Economics SL paper 1

Thursday,
May 16
AP Comparative Government and Politics
AP World History

IB Economics SL paper 2

AP Statistics

IB English HL/SL paper 1

Friday,
May 17
IB English HL/SL paper 2
AP Microeconomics
AP Music Theory
AP Computer Science A
AP Latin
Monday,

May 20

  IB Environmental syst’s paper 1

IB Design Tech SL paper 1 and 2

Tuesday,

May 21

IB Environmental sys’s paper 2 IB Spanish paper 1
Wednesday,

May 22

IB Spanish paper 2

(make up for AP Physics)

IB Chemistry HL/SL paper 1 & 2
Thursday,

May 23

IB Chemistry HL/SL paper 3 IB French paper 1
Friday,

May 24

IB French paper 2  
LATE TESTING
2019 AP Late-Testing Dates
  Morning 8 a.m. (Local Time) Afternoon 12 p.m. (Local Time)
Wednesday,
May 22
English Language and Composition

European History

Microeconomics

Physics C: Mechanics

Psychology

Statistics

Art History

Chemistry

Computer Science A

Japanese Language and Culture

Music Theory

Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

 

Thursday,
May 23
Biology

Computer Science Principles

Environmental Science

Physics 1: Algebra-Based

United States History

World History

Chinese Language and Culture

French Language and Culture

Italian Language and Culture

Latin

Physics 2: Algebra-Based

 

Friday,
May 24
Calculus AB

Calculus BC

English Literature and Composition

Human Geography

Seminar

United States Government and Politics

Comparative Government and Politics

German Language and Culture

Macroeconomics

Spanish Language and Culture

Spanish Literature and Culture

Schedule listed by test
IB exams AP exams
Chemistry HL/SL 5/22(pm) 5/23 (am) Biology 5/13 (am)
Design Tech SL 5/20 (pm) Calculus AB 5/14 (am)
Economics SL 5/15 (pm) 5/16 (am) European History 5/8 (pm)
English HL/SL 5/16 (pm) 5/17 (am) Human Geography 5/14 (pm)
Envir.Systems SL 5/20 (pm) 5/21 (am) Physics 5/13 (pm)
French SL 5/23 (pm) 5/24 (am)  {physics makeup} {5/22 am}
History HL 5/7 (pm) 5/8 (am) Psychology 5/9 (pm)
Math HL 5/13 (pm) 5/14 (am) 5/15 (am) Spanish Literature 5/9 (am)
Math Studies SL 5/13(pm) 5/14 (pm) Spanish Language 5/7 (am)
Spanish SL 5/21 (pm) 5/22 (pm)      
Studio Art HL/SL TBD        

 

 

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