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School Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday       

  • 8:45 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. 


  • 10:45 a.m. – 3:15 p.m

School Loop


Schoolloop is a way for parents and students to access assignments as well as grades. To access grades students and parents need accounts through Schoolloop. Below you will find some helpful information on getting an account as well as tips on how to get the most out of your account. 

Parent Registration- English

Parent Registration- Spanish

Student Registration- English

Help with the parent and student portal

Twin Rivers Edtech site also has a lot of useful information regarding Schoolloop and educational technology in general.



Mission Statement

Rio Linda Preparatory Academy will develop a partnership that includes students, families and the school community to engage students as lifelong learners in a safe and caring environment.

Buy a 2014 Yearbook


RLPA 2013-14 Yearbooks are currently on sale. Prices are $25 until April 7th where they will rise! Place an order through Mr. Comeau at room 33. Cash only, no checks please. Alternatively, you may order a yearbook online at:


Pie a Teacher Pictures

AVID UC Berkeley Field Trip

March 2014 Newsletter


March 6, 2014

Dear Rio Linda Preparatory Academy Families:

Happy March and Almost Spring:

We celebrate the much needed rain and your support. Thank you for taking the time to ask your student to ...more


Spring Break

Twin Rivers’ schools are closed for spring break Monday, April 14—Monday, April 21.

The District Office will be open to the public Monday, April 14—Wednesday, April 16 and closed Thursday, April 17—Monday, April 21.

We will return to our regular schedule Tuesday, April 22.

Posted by: Charlene VanAllen
Published: 4/11/14

TR Launches Aggressive Plan for HVAC Installation

Twin Rivers Unified School District has unveiled an aggressive plan for installing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) units in two schools—Grant Union High School and Harmon Johnson Elementary. The new five-month effort is being launched as a campaign called Feel the Difference: Creating a New Climate in Our Classrooms.

"We understand the community's frustration in the past with delays in getting this important project off the ground," said TRUSD Superintendent Dr. Steven Martinez. "We now have the administrative team working in close collaboration so that every phase of this installation will hit its marks and stay on schedule. We are making a commitment to our community, parents, staff and students and it's one we are determined to keep. When schools reopen at the end of summer break, our students, staff, and parents will be able to feel the difference."

The massive installation project is coordinated by a District HVAC Task Force chaired by Dr. Martinez. The team is comprised of the two school principals and representatives from facilities, maintenance, contracts, business, human resources and communications. The group is meeting twice a month to monitor progress, share details, and identify potential delays that can be averted.

Interest in bidding on the project has been strong since the first announcement went out on March 25. Approximately 20 local, regional, and statewide contractors have expressed interest to date.

"We are confident that we will have many highly qualified companies to choose from," said Bill McGuire, TRUSD's new Deputy Superintendent. "This could be a great job creator for the local community."

The bidding window closes on April 15 and a selection will be presented to the Board of Trustees on April 23.

While classes are still in session, non-intrusive work is scheduled to begin May 5 at Grant and on May 15 at Harmon Johnson Elementary School. This will include inspecting the units that have been in storage and doing site preparation such as trenching, laying pipe, electrical work, and preparing the foundations for installing the 71 HVAC units (37 at Grant and 34 at Johnson).

Both schools are more than six decades old and the district has been working hard to maintain aging HVAC units over the years. These new units are replacing worn out HVAC units that could no longer be repaired, in some cases because parts are no longer available. 

The impact of the national recession on state funding for education also took its toll on this project. The district was able to acquire the HVAC units using one funding source, but has not had adequate maintenance funding to cover the installation costs until now. The total cost of the installation is pegged at $7.6 million, with $4.2 million allocated to Grant High School and $3.4 million to Johnson Elementary. The district is using deferred maintenance funds to cover the cost of the installation.

This HVAC project is part of an overall upgrading process being implemented by the district. The two schools will also be repainted during the summer months. In addition, the facilities staff is finalizing a plan for renovations and repairs at most of the schools across the district this summer. That plan will be unveiled next month.

"Maintaining a safe, healthy learning environment in our schools is a high priority for Twin Rivers. We know that the climate in the classroom can have a real impact on the peak performance of both teachers and students," said Martinez. "The only sweat we should see on our students is when they're working hard to ace a test or complete a homework assignment, not because they're in a classroom where the air conditioning doesn't work. This is an important step in changing the overall climate in our schools."

Posted by: Charlene VanAllen
Published: 4/10/14

RLHS Open House

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Posted by: John Comeau
Published: 10/25/13

A Message from B.R.A.V.E (Slideshow Link Below)


A young man named Cole had a powerful impact on students during a recent anti-bullying assembly at Rio Linda Preparatory Academy (RLPA). In fact, he took students through a range of emotions when he talked about how he was hurt by the words and actions of bullies as a teenager.

"I hated school because I was being bullied," said Cole. "But I was afraid to tell my mom because I didn't want her to go to my school because everyone would know."

An eighth-grader named Cicliy couldn't help but notice how her classmates responded to what happened to Cole.

"I saw a lot of kids that bully other kids crying because they know they are doing wrong," she said. 

Cole's appearance at RLPA was sponsored by Club Live and a Sacramento-based nonprofit called B.R.A.V.E. (Bullies Really Are Violating Everyone) Society.  Cole told students that bullying situations usually involve more than the bully and the victim. They also involve bystanders—those who witness peer abuse and remain silent.

He encouraged students to speak up, but some young people at the assembly said that's sometimes hard to do.

"They don't tell anyone because then they will get made fun of," said Cicliy.

But Cole encouraged student to stand strong.

"I understand how difficult it is to be a teenager, but you just have to stand strong ... if all of you stand up for someone being bullied you will never have to worry about being made fun of for standing up for what you believe in." said Cole.

Assembly Slideshow:

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Welcome to the 2013-14 school year at Rio Linda Preparatory Academy! To start off, here are some individual grade level guides to having a successful year at the prep; each one is catered to the four grade levels at our site (5th-8th) and is in line with the new Common Core standards rolling out this year. We're looking forward to a great year with our amazing students!


Pay for school lunch online!!!

You can pay for your child's school lunch online by going to  You will need to have your child's permanent ID number to register and there is a small fee each time you make a payment.

Accelerated Reader

Many of the teachers at RLPA are excited that our school has purchased Accelerated Reader (AR) for our site. Students read book, take quizzes on them, and then are rewarded for their hard work. You will find a link to the AR site on the right-hand site of this page in our quick links section. Also, you can refer to this page for directions regarding AR.

January 2014 Campus Slideshow

School Contact Information

Office Open 7:30-4:00 pm on each school day

1101 G Street

Rio Linda, CA 95673

(916) 566-2720

Fax: (916) 566-3578

Principal: Maria Sevilla

Vice Principal: Rafael Prado

Attendance Clerk: Yolanda Beltran


School Wide Kendama Ban


Due to an over abundance of issues related to kendamas being on campus, starting Monday October 28, 2013, kendamas will not be allowed on campus at Rio Linda Preparatory Academy. Students should keep their kendamas at home or risk them being confiscated by school staff. Unfortunately, the rise of problems such as theft, students/staff being hit by kendamas, and class distractions have alleviated to the point that a school wide ban has become necessary at RLPA. Any questions or concerns should be directed to school staff or administration.

Today: 4/18/14

New Online Webstore!


Rio Linda Preparatory Academy has recently opened up a new online webstore! Purchase your student's essential school supplies at the following link: