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Allowing Students to Come Face to Face with History

Veterans ready to sign up for the event? Go ahead and click new attendee and fill out your info so we can add you to our lists! Hope to see all of you there April 28, 2015.

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Dear Honored Veteran,


This letter is an invitation requesting your participation in the 9th Annual Rancho Cucamonga High School Remembers Veteran’s oral history program. We have set Tuesday, April 26, 2016 as the interview day at Rancho Cucamonga High School in Rancho Cucamonga, California. Our past programs went well beyond our expectations and we anticipate an even bigger and better program this year.


Our Social Studies Department is thrilled to invite you to spend a morning discussing your military experience in a small group setting. The Rancho history teachers understand the invaluable importance of oral history. Students would value this experience beyond their high school years and develop an appreciation for our veterans and this great country.


Rancho Remembers will take place on April 26, 2016 at approximately 9:00 am. A light breakfast will be available and lunch will be served. Veterans will share their experience in small groups of 3-4 selected students. Students will interview a Veteran for a 45 minute block and then move to another. The goal is to have students hear the experience of 2 Veterans. Students will have information sheets to fill in during their discussions to maintain accountability. Our wish is to have Veterans share their experience before, during, and after their conflict.


We encourage you to contact us if you have any questions or concerns about the program. Also, if you know of anyone who would be interested in participating, please let us know as soon as possible or ask them to contact us.


Once again, please contact us as quickly as possible so we can begin making plans for April 26, 2016 The success of our program is based upon your support, enthusiasm, and willingness to share your stories with our students. Thank you again not just for the service you have provided our country but for the service you have provided for our students so they can better understand the cost of freedom and democracy. We salute you and look forward to hearing from you.


To RSVP online Press new attendee, even if you RSVP’d online last year. Please complete all questions fully ( i.e Complete address: 1234 Apple St. Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739 or Full Service: Vietnam 1956-1950) 



Program Awards

California State Assembly

Certificate of Recognition

In Honor of:

Your Outstanding Support of

America’s Veterans Who so Selflessly Brought More

Freedom & Love to the World

City of Rancho Cucamonga

Certificate of Recognition

Dedication to the annual Remembrance

at Rancho Cucamonga High School

News articles on Rancho Remembers

Article One

Rancho Remembers gives veterans opportunity to share experience.

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Article Two

Many veterans get to tell their stories at annual Rancho Remembers event

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SCAN0120 (2)“Rebecca Guerrero ” team_position=”Teacher ” team_description=”My grandfathers and father all served as Marines. My great-grandfather served in the Philippines during WWII. None of these amazing men are still with us and so Rancho Remembers is a way for me to connect with them and honor their memories. Rancho Remember provides the opportunity to learn history in a way that textbooks and films simply cannot reflect. History is there sitting, breathing, sharing right in front of our students and it inevitably leaves a mark on their hearts to experience history in such a way. It is such an honor to support Rancho Remembers because it is a privilege to honor the men and women who have served and have given their “last full measure of devotion” to our nation.”]