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The Bobcat

The Bobcat

Week of February 18, 2019

Vision: Academic Excellence and Success

 
 

From Mr. Rs Desk

Bobcat Nation,

I hope we have been clear with our academic expectations here at Rio Hondo High School. As of now, we have been very pleased with the work that we have done. I honestly believe that we have created a solid foundation here in the past few months and I cannot wait to see the fruits of our labor. I know it's a process and that is why we cannot waiver. We need to be consistent and intentional about everything that we do. No one says it will be easy, as we all know that work begets work.

 

Our decisions will continue to be based on STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT, rather than adult convenience. We will continue to respect your voice and your input but all we ask, is that you always place kids first. Do not underestimate and/or shortchange our students...they need your very best. Again, be mindful of what students are saying about you & your lessons because their body of work is their voice and your “brand”.

 
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"Ease is a greater threat to progress than hardship." - Denzel Washington

Amazing Motivational Speech by Denzel Washington - Claim Your Dream

 
The reflective teacher...
 

The reflective teacher...

  1. What defines me as a teacher?
  2. What do the students say about me as a teacher?
  3. How much of an impact are my actions contributing to the campus culture?
 
 
Tweet of the Week by venspired.com via @MissJessNunes
 

Tweet of the Week by venspired.com via @MissJessNunes

I don't use technology in my classroom because it's a buzzword or trend. I use it because connecting my kids with the world will prepare them for the future.
 
 
Faculty Spotlight: Mrs. Elvira Alaniz, SPED Teacher
 

Faculty Spotlight: Mrs. Elvira Alaniz, SPED Teacher

Q. What is your favorite book?

~ The Power of a Praying Parent by Stormie Omartian

Q. What is your favorite movie?

~ Fools Rush In

Q. What is your favorite app?

~ Epic

Q. What is the best advice you can give our students?

~ Never give up!

 
 
Bobcat of the Week: Averie Macias, 12th Grade
 

Bobcat of the Week: Averie Macias, 12th Grade

Q. Who has had the biggest influence in your life?

~ My sister, Madison Macias

Q. What is your favorite subject?

~ English

Q. What is the best advice you can give our teachers?

~ Be compassionate with all your students because you don't know what they're going through. Your approach will determine their day.

Q. What college/university do you plan to go to?

~ University of Texas RGV

 
 

Medical Interventions/Pathophysiology students learned how to stain cells and identify the difference between normal and cancer cells.

 
 

Classification Kingdoms Gallery Walk!

 
 

Students presented their own Treaty of Versailles. The goal... to prevent WWII from happening.

 
 
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30 Step Drill Sequence on point!

 
 
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Honors Aviation Class with Colonel Moriarty.

 
 
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Interact/AFJROTC group volunteering at the annual beach clean up at South Padre Island.

 
 
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Tough loss to Beeville Jones but congrats to the Lady Cats on a great season.

 
 
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Bobcat coaches earn Texas Tackling Certification at FAST Clinic.

 
 
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Attention seniors!

 
 
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Important announcement...

 
 
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Upcoming Events

Monday, February 18

No School for Students

District Combo Day for Staff

Baseball vs. MMA HOME

Tuesday, February 19

Begin 5th 6 Weeks

GSoccer vs. Monte Alto AWAY

BSoccer vs. Monte Alto HOME

 

ELA Mock Test

 

 

Wednesday, February 20

Report Cards

 

ELA Mock Test

Thursday, February 21

UTRGV College Visit

Baseball @ Port Isabel Tournament

 

SBDM Meeting

Friday, February 22

TELPAS Training

Cap and Gown Pictures for Seniors

GSoccer vs. Idea AWAY

 

BSoccer vs. Idea HOME

Saturday, February 23

Track @ Tarpon Relays

 
Rio Hondo High School
 

Rio Hondo High School

Our MISSION is to create experiences and opportunities for our students. We have established a culture of high academics and a future-ready curriculum. At Rio Hondo High School, we focus on the arts, athletics, and on educating the whole child.