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  • Lake Mathews celebrates the joy of numbers at Family Math Night

    Who says math is no fun? Families at Lake Mathews Elementary School had a lot of fun at the school’s Family Math Night on Monday, Oct. 27. More than 200 people came to hear Instructional Services Specialist Matt Cash talk about the Common Core shifts in math and the ideas behind the new standards. Following Mr. Cash’s presentation , families went to various rooms on campus to participate in grade level specific math activities skillfully led by 13 teacher volunteers. Click the headline to read more.

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  • RUSD part of LCFF Collaborative Working Group

    Riverside Unified School District is one of 17 districts in California that are part of the California School Boards Association and California Forward's LCFF Collaborative Working Group. This group will identify and promote best practices for implementing the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) and Local Control and Accountability Plans (LCAPs). Click the headling for the CSBA press release with more information.

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  • District of Choice (DOC) Applications to be Accepted Beginning November 1, 2014

    Riverside Unified School District welcomes families living outside RUSD boundaries to submit a District of Choice transfer application for the 2015-2016 school year beginning November 1, 2014 through January 1, 2015. The District of Choice option is available to any student who does not live within RUSD boundaries but is interested in attending RUSD schools. Click the headline to read more!

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  • Poly Graduate sings "God Bless America" at Game 4 of World Series

    Congratulations to 2006 Poly High School graduate and U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Pedro Antonio Alleman III, who belted out a moving rendition of "God Bless America" at Game 4 of the World Series. Way to go!

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  • Lincoln High School reopened following gas leak in neighborhood

    IMPORTANT NOTICE: Lincoln High School , which was closed for a time due to a gas leak in the neighborhood has been declared safe and has reopend. We will hold classes as normal tomorrow, Tuesday, Oct. 28. Thank you to our community and our Riverside Fire Department for your support today.

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  • RUSD offers message of support to victims of the Washington school shooting tragedy

    We were saddened to hear of the tragic shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School in Washington State yesterday, Friday, Oct. 24. Our thoughts are with the families of the victims, the Marysville-Pilchuck school community, and the town of Marysville. We know that senseless tragedies such as this can be frightening and confusing, especially for our children. We encourage you to talk to your children and please remember you are always encouraged to bring any questions or concerns to our attention as well. In addition, we want you to know that we have many measures in place to ensure the safety of our students, which includes working closely with our local police department. However, we need our community’s help as well. If you see or hear anything suspicious or something that just makes you or your child uncomfortable, please contact school staff or law enforcement immediately. Your children’s safety is absolutely our number one priority.

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  • Kennedy staff save life of man stung by yellow jacket

    Tuesday, Oct. 14 was anything but ordinary for the staff at John F. Kennedy Elementary School. In the afternoon, a woman came running into the office asking if anyone knew how to perform CPR. She later explained that her gardener had been stung by a yellow jacket. He had collapsed and was struggling to breathe. What our staff did next earned them recognition from firefighters and emergency room doctors. Click the headline to read more!

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  • BNSF Twitter contest winners announced at City Council meeting

    Congratulations to the winners BNSF Railway Twitter Safety Contest! Our winners were honored at the Riverside City Council meeting Tuesday evening. The winners were: Arlington High – Grand Prize ($15,000); King High School, Second Place ($7,500); Ramona High School – Third Place ($3,500). North and Poly High Schools also were honored with $2,000 each. The rail safety contest challenged students to come up with innovative ways to get the word out about the importance of being safe around railways. That included the use of Twitter, Instagram, videos, information booths and more. Click the headline above for the press release from BNSF with more information…and once again CONGRATS to our schools!

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  • New RUSD managers announced

    The RUSD Board of Education has announced changes/additions to our management team. Please click the headline above to read more, and congratulations to these outstanding education leaders!

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  • FREE Flu shots offered at Central Registration Center

    Thanks to both the County of Riverside Department of Public Health and the California Department of Public Health, the Riverside Unified School District CRC Health Center is offering FREE flu vaccine to anyone who would like to get protected against the flu. We are offering the vaccine to all RUSD employees, students and their families; regardless if you have health insurance or not. Walk-in hours to receive a flu vaccine are from 1:30-4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. No appointment is necessary. The CRC Health Center is located at 5700 Arlington Avenue, Riverside. If you have any questions please call (951) 274-4213 x83026.

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  • RUSD Students participate in 15th annual STEP conference

    Students from across our district participated in the 15th annual Science and Technology Education Partnership (STEP) conference held at the Bourns Technology Center on Tuesday and Wednesday. This event gives hundreds of students from across the Inland area a chance to explore science with hands-on activities and get a feel for the wide variety of STEM careers available to them. In addition, high school students had a chance to visit the UC Riverside CE-CERT (College of Engineering Center for Environmental Research and Technology); and, teachers were able to participate in a special teachers’ conference led by Dr. Pam Clute, Exeuctive Director of the UC Riverside ALPHA Center. This special event, begun in 2000, showcases the possibilities for the future and helps students see what careers they may wish to pursue.

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  • King Dance team gets a kick out of visit with Rockette

    The King High School dance team wanted to work on their high kicks. And who better to help them than a member of the world-famous Rockettes? Click the headline above for more information.

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  • RUSD students get glimpse of CTE careers

    RUSD students had a chance to take an in-depth look at real-life careers as they toured Riverside businesses as a part of Manufacturing Day on October 3.Click the headline above to read more!

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  • Gallup Student Poll underway

    RUSD students in grades 5-12 will participate in the Gallup Student Poll for the first time this year during the month of October. This survey measures student academic and life success - Hope, Engagement, and Well-Being - through a short 10 minute, 20 question, anonymous online survey. This survey will help us gain information for areas in our LCAP that address school climate and student’s social emotional well-being. You may find more information at www.gallupstudentpoll.com, including a full report on the 2013 results nationwide and a list of the questions asked in the survey. The survey is completely anonymous and no identifying student information is collected. Click the headline for me. You also may call the Department of Research, Assessment, and Evaluation at 951-788-7135 ext. 80800 if you have any questions.

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  • The Smithsonian comes to Riverside!

    As an affiliate of the Smithsonian Museums, Riverside Metropolitan Museum has once again partnered with RUSD to celebrate “Smithsonian Week” by providing scholars from the Washington, D.C. museums to work directly with RUSD students. On Thursday, September 25th, Jill Norwood, Program Coordinator of the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian spoke to Sierra Middle School Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) students on her career as a museum curator, and her work supporting the development of tribal museums on Native American reservations. Sierra teachers who are also American Indians, John Smith (Chemehuevi Tribal Band) and Chris Ynostroza (Apache Tribal Band), both shared songs from their tribes in their native languages, and introduced Ms. Norwood. Dr. Emil Her Many Horses, also from the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, spoke to assemblies of William Howard Taft Elementary School 4th, 5th, and 6th graders that same day on how horses changed everything for Native Americans. Dr. Her Many Horses is co-author of, “Song for the Horse Nation,” a Smithsonian publication on this same topic.

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  • Congratulations, Models of Excellence winners!

    Three RUSD programs will be honored by the Riverside County Office of Education as Models of Excellence.The programs being recognized include: RUSD’s Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) Elementary program; the John W. North High School Multi-Cultural Council; and North’s International Baccalaureate and AVID: Access, Rigor and Support program.The programs are among 24 being honored. They will be celebrated at the 12th annual Riverside County Education Summit, to be held Oct. 15 at the Palm Springs Convention Center.Congratulations to all who make these programs possible!

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  • RUSD participates in Million Father March

    RUSD partnered with the Latino Business Alliance, 52 Street Positive, and The Black Star Project to participate in the Million Father March last Saturday, Sept. 13. This community event promoted the importance of having fathers involved in their children's lives and offered a variety of community resources, such as free diapers. Thank you to all involved in this great event!

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  • Remembering 9/11

    RUSD remembered the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks with patriotic events that included a special flag-raising ceremony at Rivera Elementary School. King High School student Erin Metz and Mr. Leon Burton from Riverside National Cemetery sang patriotic songs, while Boy Scouts presented the American and California flags and hoisted the flags. Principal Wilson Cuellar reminded all gathered of the importance of the day.

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  • King graduate earns bronze medal at 2014 National NAACP Youth Competition

    Congratulations to King High School graduate Nia Campbell, who earned a bronze medal at the 2014 National NAACP Youth Competition, held this summer in Las Vegas. More than 600 NAACP youth from around the country participated in 26 categories of competition. Nia, a member of Riverside NAACP branch’s Act-SO earned her medal for playwriting. Writing is Nia’s passion and she currently is working on three novels and a book of poetry! She will be attending Valley College this fall. Nia was one of five winners in the national contest from Region One, which represents Japan, Korea, Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon and Utah. Congratulations, Nia!

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  • Railroad safety education programs underway

    September is Rail Safety Month and the BNSF Railroad is working to ensure that our students in RUSD are aware of how to stay safe around the railroad tracks that traverse our city. Safety assemblies have taken place at several schools, including one that took place at Arlington High School last week. In addition, BNSF is sponsoring an exciting Twitter contest for our five comprehensive high schools asking students to promote railroad awareness. Click the headline to learn more.

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  • State Supt. of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson visits Poly High School

    RUSD hosted a visit by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson Thursday. Mr. Torlakson visited Poly High School and learned about many special programs we have been able to implement with the help of our Local Control and Accountability Plan. Mr. Torlakson is visiting schools in Redlands, La Quinta and Palm Desert on Friday.

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  • Students from Jiangmen, China spend time at North High School

    Students from Jiangmen, China – one of Riverside’s sister cities -- have been spending time at North High School this week as they learn about American culture and the American educational system. Jiangmen students have been learning about American customs and education. Meanwhile, students from North also are learning about another culture. Click the headline above to learn more!

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  • RUSD PROFILES: Pamela Mshana, Principal, Lincoln High School

    Pamela Mshana is the new Principal of Lincoln High School. She brings with her 15 years of experience of education. We are happy to welcome her to the RUSD family.Click the headline to read more.

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  • RUSD sponsors first Coaches' Academy

    Athletic coaches from across the district participated in first Coaches’ Academy on Saturday, August 23. This well-received, free event featured many well-known athletes and coaches -- including Poly High School graduate and former longtime UCLA Bruin Baseball Coach Gary Adams who served as the keynote speaker. The primary goal of the event was to enhance support for high school athletic coaches and to help them to develop programs that promote character in their student athletes. The event also supports and aligns with the planned RUSD Coaching Institute, a multiple week class outlined in the district’s Local Control and Accountability Plan.Click the headline to read more.

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  • RUSD PROFILES: Tiffany Farris, Assistant Principal, Mark Twain Elementary School

    Tiffany Farris is the new Assistant Principal at Mark Twain Elementary School. She is a Riverside native and a longtime member of the RUSD family, having been a teacher with us for 16 years. Click the headline to read more.

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  • Ramona Band to march in Hollywood Christmas Parade

    Congratulations to the Ramona High School Dynasty Band, which has been selected to participate in the 83rd Hollywood Christmas Parade on November 30. Click the headline to read more.

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  • RUSD PROFILES: Tasceaie Churchwell, Assistant Principal, Emerson Elementary School

    Tasceaie Churchwell is the new Assistant Principal at Emerson Elementary School. While she’s new to Emerson, she is not new to RUSD, having served as Resource Specialist and Administrative Designee at Castle View Elementary School for seven years. Click the headline to read more.

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  • RUSD teachers and instructional aides trained on Common Core

    Every teacher and instructional aide in RUSD will spend today and tomorrow in training sessions on the Common Core State Standards. We will begin full implementation of the standards this year. Every district in our state will be implementing these standards. If you would like to learn more about Common Core and RUSD'S plan for implementation, please click the large yellow button to the right of this home page. Or, click the headline above for a link to more information.

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  • RUSD PROFILES: Trisha Tran, Principal, Alcott Elementary School

    Patricia “Trisha” Tran is the new Alcott Elementary School Principal. Trisha is entering her 19th year in education and comes to us from the Garden Grove Unified School District, where she was an elementary school principal for the past 5 years. Click the headline to read more.

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  • Welcome to our new team members!

    RUSD welcomed more than 300 new members of our team at our annual New Employee Welcome. This event was put on by the district’s Department of Personnel –Leadership and Development and sponsored by Altura Credit Union. We also received a generous donation of goody bags for every new employee from the Greater Riverside Chambers of Commerce. Click on the headline above to read more.

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