Noche Latina 2014
Horizontes is a teacher led group that is here to assist the Latino Student Body to close the achievement gap. We are dedicated to help you through your high school career in choosing a path to success. It was established in the 2006-2007 school year. The teacher advisors below are here to assist you, contact them if you ever have a question.
Horizontes plans various activities throughout the year. Check the calendar periodically to see what is coming up. If you are interested contact one of the teachers to attend. Spaces on some events are limited so contact us soon. Look through the subpages below for more information on activites.
Horizontes es dirigido por un grupo de maestros que están aquí para mejorar el rendimiento académico de los estudiantes latinos. Estamos dedicados a ayudarles a encontrar el camino al éxito. El programa se estableció en el 2006-2007. Los maestros consejeros anotados arriba están aquí para ayudarles. Comuníquese con ellos si tiene alguna pregunta. Horizontes también planea varias actividades anualmente. Revise el calendario para estar al tanto. Si le interesa asistir comuníquese con uno de los maestros. Hay eventos, en especial los paseos que tienen cupo limitado. Visite las otras páginas para más información sobre nuestro programa.
Help Robert Randall families better connect to their school community and teachers. Details: Please come see Ms. Brown in P-19 to pick up a Community Service Time card & Verification sheet and if you have any questions.
Students Needed: 24 (preferably Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese speaking students)
Description: Assist in data collection. We would like students to help us type into a spreadsheet, using Chromebooks. They will be collecting data such as parent email, cell telephone numbers, and whether or not they have home Internet. This will help Randall staff develop better school-to-home communications regarding school events, services, etc.
When and Where: Thursday, August 25, 2016 - Back to School Night at Robert Randall School, 1300 Edsel Drive Milpitas,Ca 95035
Time: 4:45 - 6:45 p.m. Contact and RSVP to: Olivia R. Contreras, Assistant Principal, [email protected]
Please review the following information and attached resources for facts about the Zika virus, ways to protect yourselves, and ideas for talking to your children about Zika.
Steps to help protect against mosquito bites:
- Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-registered insect repellents containing one of these active ingredients: DEET, picaridin, IR3535, oil of lemon eucalyptus, or para-menthane-diol.
Long-sleeved shirts and long pants Recommended Actions
Clothing and gear treated with permethrin that will provide an added layer of protection
- Lightweight, loose fitting clothing during the warmer months. When wearing longer sleeves and pants, take additional steps to prevent heat-related illnesses(for example, drink additional water and take rest breaks)
- Use air conditioning or window/door screens to keep mosquitoes outside. If you are not able to protect yourself from mosquitoes inside your home or hotel, sleep under a mosquito bed net.