Nov 182014
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 12, 2014 – The honor roll list from the first term of the year at River City High School is in. “We had 1,170 students of our 2,080 enrolled students who achieved a 3.0 GPA or higher for the first term of school, ending October 17, 2014,” reports Vice Principal [...]

Nov 112014
 

NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 4, 2014 – FROM RIVER CITY HIGH SCHOOL With an 8 to 1 win at Rio Linda last week, the River City High School girls tennis team finished its first season in the Tri County Conference (TCC) at a perfect 12 and 0.  It’s the first league championship for an all-girls RC [...]

Oct 262014
 
RCHS band wins some medals

NEWS-LEDGER — OCT 22, 2014 – From Heather Wright On Oct. 11, the River City High School Band joined twenty-two other schools from locations as far away as Chowchilla, Concord, and Merced to compete in the Franklin High School Invitational Band Review in Elk Grove. Young musicians and their teachers, parents, and supporters took over [...]

Oct 202014
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER – The new Nippon Shokken food product plant in Southport is hiring high school grads for entry-level work on the production line. Starts at $10.20/hour. Fax resume to 375-6287 or email it to LisaKing@yolocounty.org, or drop it off at the Yolo County One-Stop Career Center, 500-A Jefferson Blvd., West Sacramento. Copyright News-Ledger [...]

Oct 082014
 
Rites of passage: homecoming at RCHS

NEWS-LEDGER — OCT 8, 2014 – By Danny Thirakul River City High School Senior The excitement at River City High School could be heard for miles around on Friday, Sept. 26, as the Raiders kicked off their Homecoming weekend with a spirit rally. Even the varsity football team’s defeat to Pioneer (42-20) couldn’t dampen student [...]

Sep 292014
 
RCHS cooks up culinary arts class

NEWS-LEDGER — SEPT 24, 2014 – By Rebecca Schwartz River City High School Journalism Class This year at River City High School they are introducing a new class, taught by Cheryle Sutton, which teaches students the “culinary arts.” On Thursday, September 18, the small class of 18 students provided meals for more than 120 people [...]