CBK Graduates Honored as Riverside County Top Scholars
Congratulations to CBK Graduates Jazmine Autrey and Laica Cabusao who were named 2020 Riverside County Top Scholars! They were honored as part of the Top Scholar Virtual Celebration. Be sure to check out the archived celebration to read about our honors and their plans for the future and view special video recognitions for both Jazmine and Laica from CBK Principal Theresa Swickla and Mr. Paul Emerick.
CBK PUBLIC NOTICE – Expanded Learning Opportunities Grant Plan
The Come Back Kids Charter (CBK) Expanded Learning Opportunities Grant Plan will be presented at the meeting with the Riverside County Superintendent of Schools, the governing authority of the CBK charter, for adoption on May 11, 2021 at 2:30 p.m.
The meeting will be conducted via Zoom. Only authenticated users will have access to participate in the Zoom proceedings. Public comments need to be communicated/mailed/emailed to Dr. Charles Fischer, Executive Director, Alternative Education, to be read into the record.
Any individual with a disability who requires reasonable accommodation to participate in the governing authority meeting will be able to request assistance with at least 48-hour notice.
RCOE Student Programs and Services Safety Plan
P-EBT Food Benefits
P-EBT Food Benefits may be available for your children. Update your address with your school today! For more information, go to: http://cdss.ca.gov/home/pandemic-ebt.
|2018 & 2017 Graduation Speakers|
CBK Graduate – Jaime Quinonez
Watch Jaime’s Success Stories video above or on YouTube
2010-2011 Bernesha A. Smith
Bernesha A. Smith is the first CBK graduate for the 2010-2011 school year. Bernesha attended the Milo P. Johnson Center for Learning in Banning for over a year to complete the requirements of the RCHS diploma. This has been a great accomplishment for this young parent who is also raising twin daughters. She attributes her success to her very supportive parents and her outstanding CBK teacher Vicky Burdick. Presently, Bernesha is attending a nursing program.
2009-2010 First CBK Graduate – Antonio Morales
Antonio attended various high schools in the Hemet/San Jacinto area. Once enrolled in Come Back Kids, Antonio expressed in his Individual Learning Plan (ILP) his interest in learning a trade. He enrolled in the RCOE CTE Construction classes at MSJRLC and completed elective credits while learning a trade. He also donated time to a house-building project called Habitat for Humanity. After graduation, Antonio began classes at Mt. San Jacinto College in Automotive Technology.
The First CBK Graduate – Andrew Powell
CBK originally opened at Betty G. Gibbel Regional Learning Center in 2008. It was there and then that Andrew Powell, a Hemet resident, committed to join CBK and begin his journey. The months and work ahead paid off. On March 30, 2009, Andrew became the first CBK graduate.
Watch Andrew’s Success Stories video above or on YouTube