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Draking the way through impact week

Bailee Small
Impact week at Rancho Cucamonga High School 2023

Student Achievement at Rancho Cucamonga High School held their annual Impact Week, the week of December 4-8. The theme was “Drake,” members of Student Achievement handed out impact grams and pins coordinated with the theme. The grams were available to RCHS students during both lunches at a table in the quad.

Student Achievement painted various artwork for Drake themed Impact Week. (Bailee Small)                       

“The main purpose of impact week is to show appreciation to staff and students, and overall just make the campus a more positive and better environment,” Student Achievement advisor Ms. Tiffini Ewing said. “Impact week is a tradition on campus and we want to keep it going.”

Student Achievement also planned a spirit week for Imapct Week for the theme of “Drake” and having “Drake” related refrences. On Monday, Dec. 4, it was “Puffer Jacket Day” and Tuesday, Dec. 5 was “Treacherous Twins.” On Wednesday Dec. 6, it was “Do Not Disturb” (wear all black with sunglasses). On Thursday, Dec. 7, students dressed in camo or earth tones. To finish off the week, students wore Rancho Gear (purple attire) on Friday, Dec. 8.

“I really liked this year’s Impact Week, the artwork was fantastic, you could really tell Student Achievement put in a lot of effort in all aspects of it,” sophomore Areeba Afzal said. “I also loved the impact cards, it was very heartwarming to get to write and receive cards. Great job Student Achievement.”


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Bailee Small
Bailee Small, Student Life Editor
Bailee Small is a sophomore at RCHS, and this is her second year in journalism. She is the section editor for student life for the school newspaper, The Cat’s Eye. Her favorite thing about journalism is being able to share stories and events of students and staff at RCHS. When she isn’t working on a story she loves to draw, and make jewelry. Small is also a  starter on the RCHS varsity tennis team. She is also a huge Marvel fan and loves reading comics and watching Marvel movies and shows.

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