Blog Archive: RUHS

Westboro Counter-Protest at RUHS

“It’s been 30 years since I was a high school student, but on Monday, January 11 2016, I learned a lesson at Redondo Union High School that will stay with me forever,” says Jeff Klopmeyer, father of an Redondo Union High School student. You can read his story here: RUHS Father Observes Westboro Counter-Protest. Here are photos of the event from various angles. All photos are by Sean Carroll and originally published in the January 13, 2016, edition

“They didn’t counter hate with hate; they countered it with love”: A Redondo Union student’s father observes the Westboro counter-protest

by Jeff Klopmeyer It’s been 30 years since I was a high school student, but on Monday, January 11 2016, I learned a lesson at Redondo Union High School that will stay with me forever. My son is a student at RUHS, and about a week ago, I received an email from the school to inform us that the infamous Westboro Baptist Church — a hate group recognized by the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern

Family, Local, and World News & Events that happened during the Year 2016

This album contains family and selected photographs and videos from the Year 2016. We begin the year on a sad note with the death of famed singer/songwriter David Bowie in January.

School of wow: How a team of forward thinking administrators reinvented century old Redondo Union High School

It’s 1:04 p.m. and 2pac’s “Changes” is playing over the public address system at Redondo Union High School. “It’s time for us as a people to start makin’ some changes,” the rapper urges. “Let’s change the way we eat, let’s change the way we live, and let’s change the way we treat each other.” The music can be heard from every corner of the 56-acre campus, alerting students they have one minute to get to their fifth period class. 2pac’s lyrics, intentional or not, represent the ethos that has come to define Redondo Union’s recent, meteoric ascent.

PTSA hosts RU Classic Car Show 2014

PTSA hosted a classic car show last Saturday for the community to have an enjoyable event. The organization spent six weeks putting together the RU Classic Car Show. PTSA president Terri Boyle believes that the car show was a success. “It was a really fun event. Everyone put a lot into it. I felt like we, with all the parents coming together, created this cool thing at the end,” she said.

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