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RCHS honors kids host e-waste day


Support the River City High School honor society while getting rid of your old TVs, monitors, laptops, cell phones, ink jet cartridges (all free to drop off).

Or drop off your old CUPs, telephones, printers, copiers, DVD players, fax machines, VCRs, stereos, video games and small appliances for a $5 recycling fee. Microwaves: $15-30 to recycle. Batteries: $3/pound.

Bring documents to shred for $8 per banker box. Proceeds will raise funds for Advanced Placement tests for RCHS students. The event will be held Sat., Feb. 16, from 9-4 at the school.

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RCHS student volunteers help younger kids with their reading

Above, front: Lana Harman of the library with RCHS Interact Club members Lily He and Marwand Kochai, and (back row) Sara Malakzay and Jessica Ngo.


River City High School’s community service club, called the ‘Interact Club,’ is now working with the local library branch on a program to help kids read.

  In the ‘Reading Buddies’ program, two Interact Club members will spend time listening to first- and second-graders practice their reading skills. Each reading session will last 15 minutes.

The program starts Feb. 15, from 4-5 p.m. at the Arthur F. Turner Branch Library in West Sacramento.

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Drop off your documents & e-waste to help RCHS music program


Support the River City High School music department by bringing your old electronic items and your old documents to an e-waste and shredding fundraiser from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. tomorrow (Saturday, Jan. 12) in the music building parking lot, west side of campus. Bring your old phones, hard drives, monitors, etc. You may also bring documents to be shredded — $5 for a tall kitchen bag full, or $10 per 11” X 18” box. Shredding is done at the time of drop-off. Drive-through, and someone will take your items from your car.

  For information, call 375-7800 or email amarvelli@wusd.k12.ca.us.

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Chandra graduates basic training

Airman Vipul Chandra -- River City High School Class of '09


Air Force Airman Vipul P. Chandra graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.

The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills.

Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force.

Chandra is the son of Prakash and Kusum Chandra of Coyote Road, West Sacramento.

He is a 2009 graduate of River City High School, West Sacramento.

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High school class looks at cityhood

NEWS-LEDGER, NOV 28, 2012: Members of a panel gathered at River City High School Nov. 14 to recall the effort of creating the City of West Sacramento, which culminated in a successful vote in 1986: Dan Ramos, businessman; Louisa Vessell, activist; Loren Fourness, president of the incorporation committee; Michael McGowan, the city’s first mayor; Bill Kristoff, also elected to the first city council; and Carol Richardson, assistant city manager. The panel talked about their perceptions of the struggle to incorporate and answered questions from history students. (photo by Charlotte Dorsey)

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Alumni football game on Friday


River City High School’s football alumni will take on visiting alumni from Elk Grove High in a game at 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 14, at RCHS.

  To signup for RCHS, visit alumnifootballusa.com or contact Bryan, (916) 873-5737, or Uriah, 544-4236.

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RCHS volleyball presents annual awards


The River City High School Volleyball awards banquet was held last Wednesday, reports Coach Tammy Bacon.


LEFT to RIGHT: varsity volleyball MVP Michaela Faaifo, most inspirational player Arielle Pascua and most improved player Amanda McGuffey (courtesy photos)

Among the honorees for the 2012 squad:

Freshman awards went to Most Valuable Player, Amanda Tyson, and MVP & Most Inspirational Player , Jordan Criswell.

For the junior varsity, Most Valuable Player was  Taylor Jacky, Most Improved Playerwas Gabriella Mistler and the Coach’s Award went to Jenna Martinez.

For varsity:

Most Valuable Player: Michaela Faaifo

Most Inspirational Player: Arielle Pascua

Most Improved Player:  Amanda McGuffey

Tia McLeod, varsity All League honoree

Varsity leadership awards went to team captains Desiree Carbullido, Jaliyah Dramera and Kendra Thomas, and to team manager Arielle Pascua.

Varsity All League honorable mentions were Desiree Carbullido, Julie Staffler and Michaela Faaifo.

Tia McLeod was Varsity All League player.

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