Ivett is one of two winners from RUSD. Poly High School had a winner as well.
Please join me in congratulating Ivett Martinez who is planning to take her talents to Bennington College in Vermont. Combined with her generous Bennington financial aid package of $65,000 per year that consists of mostly all institutional grants and scholarships, the Dell Scholarship more than covers everything for Ivett to complete her undergraduate education.
Ivett exemplifies what RAM PRIDE is all about!
Congratulations Kevin Torres-Dominguez
This morning he was recognized as a Stellar Student in front of the Leadership of Riverside - Government, Education, Military, and Business Community at Good Morning Riverside. He met Janet Napolitano (President of UC), Kim Wilcox (Chancellor of UCR where he will be attending), our Superintendent David Hansen, Deputy Mike Fine and many more. Furthermore, he was offered a summer job at Riverside Medical Clinic by the President/COO, Judy Carpenter, where he will shadow doctors and nurses.
He is an inspiration – Top 10 student with a 4.4 G.P.A. in addition to the many extra-curricular activities he manages but most importantly, being a well-grounded young man.
#rampride to the max!
Academy Representatives will be providing information on the rigors and virtues of an Academy education, as well as information on the admissions process, and details on how students can prepare themselves to be exceptional candidates.
The United States Service Academies provide full-ride scholarships from the United States government to competitive students, that they may attend these prestigious campuses. Not only do these students receive an education valued at over $300,000, but they also take part in a system of professional, personal, and physical development to train the best possible officers for the United States Armed Services. Graduates from the academies have gone on to be successful doctors, lawyers, engineers, CEOs of Fortune 500 Companies, and even Presidents of the United States.
Thank you Riverside for helping us to develop our first Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). We now invite you to hear about our progress and give us input on next steps.Our first community engagement meeting will take place on Wednesday, March 4 at Ramona High School. You also can give input online. Visit www.successforstudents.org. to learn more. Click the headline for a flyer with meeting dates.