By JOSEPH QUESADA Assistant Principal J.J. Martinez works hard to ensure many facilities run smoothly at Citrus Valley. (Joseph Quesada / Ethic Photo) The 2019-2020 school year marks J.J. Martinez’s … Continue reading Citrus Valley’s newest administrator, J.J. Martinez, is excited about his position as assistant principal
By ALYSSA ORNELAS Brooklyn Rios, freshman cheerleader. (Alyssa Ornelas/ Ethic Photo) Eric Jones, freshman. (Alyssa Ornelas/ Ethic Photo) Marin Mohr, freshman. (Alyssa Ornelas/ Ethic Photo) Bryan Prietofigueroa, junior. (Alyssa Ornelas/ … Continue reading Whiteboard question: How do you feel about homecoming being at REV?
By CHRISTINA ANDRONESCU Countless studies have shown that diversity in schools not only better prepares students for an increasingly diverse society and global economy, but also improves cognitive skills, such … Continue reading Black Student Union and Asian Student Union at Citrus Valley emphasize inclusivity and empowerment
By BROOKE MGBAFILIKE Welcome to the first episode of “All About the Times,” an interview series documenting the people and places in our community. In this episode, Redlands East Valley … Continue reading All About the Times, video episode 1: New Wildcat principal shares East Valley pride and plans
By GABRIELLA GODINEZ Deborah Severo is Orangewood High School’s new Career Center teacher. Prior to working for Redlands Unified School District she worked for what is now known as Accenture, … Continue reading Severo joins Orangewood High School staff as new career center teacher
By GABRIELLA GODINEZ Melissa Negrette is the new office manager at Orangewood High School. She worked at Citrus Valley High School for seven years as an administration manager. Before that … Continue reading Negrette begins new school year as office manager at Orangewood High School
By LILIAN MOHR and ALISON BRADSHAW Students at Redlands East Valley High School share thoughts on the 2018-19 school year.
by JOSEPH QUESADA Kari Hill, Citrus Valley’s career center coordinator, is nearing the end of her first year in her new position. Towards the beginning of the first semester, she … Continue reading Hill reflects on her first year in Citrus Valley’s Career Center
(MAGGIE SNAVELY, BELLA ESPINOZA and MIA ARANDA/ Ethic photo)
By EMILY WALOS What’s the most confusing thing in the world? Is it why you got that B in your favorite class? That problem you had on your math homework? … Continue reading Exploring Citrus Valley’s infamous E-building
By KAITLYN SUTOW You may have heard that businesses take a lot of work. However, do you know how much effort is really put into them? Fujii’s Gourmet is just … Continue reading Fujii’s Gourmet works towards becoming an established business in the Redlands community
By KAITLYN SUTOW Carl Keiser is a well-known substitute teacher in the Redlands School District and has a great reputation with both students and teachers. He has subbed in the … Continue reading Keiser positively impacts Citrus Valley High School students
By ELLA FITZPATRICK As a young adult, it is always difficult to decide what career to pursue. Choosing to be a teacher might not always be a young adult’s first … Continue reading Redlands East Valley French teacher explores French culture with students
By KAITLYN SUTOW Fujii’s Gourmet is a small local business that is based in the city of Redlands. The business sells jars of teriyaki sauce that are made from a … Continue reading Fujii’s Gourmet seeks to establish itself through hard work
Redlands East Valley senior Samantha Barajas interview REV senior Ben Gonzalez on his acceptance to Stanford University. (SAMANTHA BARAJAS/ Ethic video)
By CHRISTIAN MORRISON Before reading this article, it is important to note some key things. First and foremost, the two adventures listed in this article occurred a year apart. The … Continue reading There and back again: A Magister’s tale
By RICARDO RAMOS Alan Perez was a late bloomer when it came to deciding to become a teacher. He wanted to go directly into working as a truck driver his … Continue reading Citrus Valley’s Perez aspires to be the best teacher he can
By ELLA FITZPATRICK Over the course of 2018, Ethic published over 200 articles or multimedia pieces. The most popular, according to statistics of most views, are below. Titles are listed … Continue reading Top 18 most viewed Ethic articles of 2018
Redlands East Valley senior Andrew Vines credits his mother, Carrie Vines, and the
Colton-Redlands-Yucaipa Regional Occupational Program for inspiring and honing his career goal of event videographer.
By MIRIAM YORDANOS At the age of 17, Julia Richardson, a senior at Redlands East Valley high school, has been involved in extracurricular activities and political campaigns and has achieved … Continue reading Redlands East Valley’s Julia Richardson balances extracurriculars, political campaigns and more
Photos by BELLA ESPINOZA and ELLA FITZPATRICK
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By MIA DELMONICO “Dedicated, fun, and loving” are all words that describe an accomplished man that has begun a new career path at Redlands East Valley High School. Ronald Kroetz, … Continue reading New Redlands East Valley assistant principal Kroetz takes a shot
By LILIAN MOHR Throughout the world’s history, people have been getting their education in other towns, other cities, or even other countries. Famous intellectuals, including the likes of Aristotle, even … Continue reading Redlands East Valley teacher Celano promotes cultural exchange
By MAGGIE SNAVELY Oct. 2, 2018 is National Custodial Workers Day. This day deserves an acknowledgment of all of the hard-working adults that keep our campus looking nice and clean every … Continue reading Shout out to National Custodial Workers Day
The Redlands East Valley High School homecoming football game was played at Dodge Stadium in Redlands on Friday, Sept. 21, 2018 and concluded with REV defeating Colony High School. The … Continue reading Video: Highlights from Redlands East Valley’s homecoming football game festivities
By MIRIAM YORDANOS At Redlands East Valley High School a new community-service based club called Package of Hope, also known as PACKS, has been formed to create and deliver care … Continue reading New club changes lives, one package at a time
By JOSEPH QUESADA and RICARDO RAMOS Kari Hill, previously a health teacher for Citrus Valley High School, has now made the transition into the career center on the Citrus Valley … Continue reading Mrs. Hill energizes Citrus Valley Career Center
Photos by BELLA ESPINOZA and MIA DELMONICO
Most students at Citrus Valley and Redlands East Valley high schools were born after September 11, 2001. Students from both schools share what they know about 9/11. (Sept. 10, 2018; … Continue reading Video: What do you know about 9/11?
Photos by RICHARD BUNNER
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Photos by RICHARD BUNNER and MIA DELMONICO Freshman and students new to REV say… Photos by ELLA FITZPATRICK
By MIA DELMONICO On Friday, May 25, Redlands East Valley’s PossAbilities Club is having its first special needs prom. It will be a day-long event for all students with special … Continue reading REV PossAbilities Club to host first special needs prom
By TATUM MAPES and AKUL GUPTA The ROP Career Center prides itself on the achievements of those who step in through their door. The success of many Redlands East Valley … Continue reading ROP Career Center brought to life by REV student tutors
Photos by TATUM MAPES Time lapse video by WILLIE MALVEAUX On Wednesday, April 4, Redlands East Valley High School administrators and counselors hosted a presentation in Blackstone Theatre about high … Continue reading Whiteboard question and time lapse video: REV 8th to 9th Grade Block Party welcomes incoming wildcats
Photos by GABRIEL STANFIELD and ANDREW VINES
By CHRISTINA ANDRONESCU With Advanced Placement testing season on the horizon and thick reams of review packets already being doled out, many students find themselves wondering whether taking these difficult … Continue reading AP classes: Are they worth it?