OuRCity News

Appreciation for One of River City’s Super Teachers’

Mini-An Nguyen, Reporter

May 21, 2019

Filed under Teacher

     Teachers have a lot of responsibility on their hands. Not only teaching their students for seven hours a day, but also many of them have their students, kids, and student athletes to look after.      Being a teach...

Helmets Found, Questions still Raised

AnnaMaria Corona, Editor

April 2, 2019

Filed under Showcase, Softball, Sports, Teacher

     Missing helmets appear after questions are asked.       A set of blue helmets that had disappeared from the River City Varsity Softball team’s equipment bin were mysteriously found after Athletic Director Jamie Ki...

The Experience of Being in Leadership

Divyani Narayan and Amaiya Cantu

April 2, 2019

Filed under Local Scene, Student Life, Teacher

Walking into the Leadership classroom, you can only hear students talking in groups about future projects. In groups ranging from 5-25 students, they discuss the ideas they have for dances, assemblies, and other events involving stud...

The Quality of River City High School’s Cafeteria Food And Working in The Cafeteria

Kadija Rhuma and Aurora Alatorre

April 2, 2019

Filed under Culture, Local Scene, News, Student Life, Teacher

Food. A necessity we need in life. An everyday thing we need and crave, especially at school. They provide us with two important meals of the day, breakfast and lunch. The staff say that they provide us with enough nutrients and pr...

Mr. West Says His Goodbyes

Adam Gonzalez, Jonathan Nguyen, Reporter

April 2, 2019

Filed under Teacher

     River City High School has an extensive history ever since 1979 when it first went into service. It’s been a place of many memories and exciting events over the years it’s been in service. People have come and go every y...

The Many sides of “Ugly”

Anthony Castro, Robert Medina, Reporter

April 2, 2019

Filed under Teacher, Wrestling

     “The first thing I heard Coach Ugly say was ‘Shut the f*ck up’, and I immediately became scared of him.”      Students at River City,  especially the football players, view head football coach Gabe Jimen...

Fair Ball?

AnnaMaria Corona and Karolena Rubio

February 21, 2019

Filed under Baseball, Showcase, Softball, Sports, Student Life, Teacher

Varsity softball team struggles to find equality in funding their utilities       Walking over to the Varsity softball field lies a bin but this one is filled with equipment.      Old cracked buckets that are hal...

What is Independent Studies?

Divyani Narayan and Amaiya Cantu

February 21, 2019

Filed under Showcase, Student Life, Teacher

Students explain the pros and cons of being a independent learner.      The Independent Study classroom is located in the office and in a very quiet environment. The first thing they do is sign in and go to their assigne...

Du-Rag Controversy Resolved

Karolena Rubio, Editor

December 13, 2018

Filed under Culture, Local Scene, News, Showcase, Showcase/Featured, Student Life, Teacher, Uncategorized

      A school dress code policy that prohibits students from wearing du-rags or headscarves on campus is no longer being enforced, says Principal Stan Mojsich.       “Some kids came and spoke to me, and did it ...

Cultural Identities

Aurora Alatorre, Reporter

December 11, 2018

Filed under Culture, Student Life, Teacher

     One knowing their culture is a vast part of knowing who they really are. Expressing your background and traditions should make you proud because your culture makes you, you. In addition to knowing who you are, you sho...