By LAYLA ABBAS and BRANDON SAGLAM
Her name is Rhonda Bruce. Bruce attended Redlands High School. She attended the University of California, Santa Barbara, but soon realized it was not the best
Bruce started off teaching students because she loves kids and knew it would be a perfect profession. After fifteen years of teaching she decided to switch gears and go the principal route. She went to school and achieved her Administrative Credential. She was the assistant principal at Redlands High before she became a principal at Citrus Valley. With her busy schedule as a principal she still finds time to hangout with friends and family. Her favorite sports team is the LA Galaxy soccer team and the Baltimore Ravens football team. She loves dogs dearly which is evident because she has four of her own. Her most memorable moment is becoming a mother to her two children.
Her biggest piece of advice for her Blackhawks is to get involved in something other than just attending the 1-6 classes. Bruce wants her Blackhawks to know high school goes by very quickly and that “you will regret it if you do not get involved.”