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 academic success. Coming from a small private school, Richardson decided to join the Associated Student Body and cheerleading at REV to make new friends. “Both […]Read More Redlands East Valley’s Julia Richardson balances extracurriculars, political campaigns and more
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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, new assistant principal at Redlands East Valley High School, has had a successful career leading up to this point of being an administrator. He graduated […]Read More 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 had to travel to receive their education. The idea of not waiting for the chance at the best possible education to just fall in your […]Read More 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 day. Sometimes the custodians on campus get overlooked and are forgotten. In reality, they are by far some of the most hard-working people on our […]Read More 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 Homecoming theme “And the Winner is…” was celebrated with the half-time performances and presentation of the homecoming class floats and royal court. (Samantha Barajas/ Ethic […]Read More 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 packages to the less fortunate. PACKS was established by REV juniors Lily Cao, Tara Osborn, and Rylee Salot in the hopes of starting a club […]Read More 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 campus. This is her 20th year teaching with 10 years at Redlands East Valley High School and 10 years at Citrus Valley. Hill attended Cal […]Read More Mrs. Hill energizes Citrus Valley Career Center