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Weekly Announcements

***Los Anuncios semanales en Espanol***

September 18th

Parents have you reviewed RCS’ revised grading policy for high school? Students now have up to two weeks from the assignment due date to submit all missing assignments. After the two week grace period, the assignment will earn a score of zero.
There is a third and final Esports interest meeting in Mr. Bradshaw’s room, B116, on Tuesday, September 19 after school. Game competitions will be in Fortnite, Rocket League, Smash Bros., Madden, Valorant, and Overwatch 2. Anyone can join, no matter your level. League tryouts begin this week!
There is a swim team interest meeting on Wednesday, September 20 after school in Coach Bradshaw’s room, B116. Come learn why our swim team is a place for every level swimmer - and why we are setting our sights on conference champs. Bring friends, and let’s swim!

June 5th, 2023

End of Course exams will resume this week.  On Monday, June 5th, 4th period EOC assessments will be given and on Tuesday students will take their 5th period EOC.  Wednesday, June 7th A-Day EOCs will be given along with any make-up exam.  

 

Wednesday June 7th is the last day of the school year, school will be dismissed at 1:30.  

 

We will offer summer remediation for credit recovery and EOC remediation and retesting.  Remediation will be from June 12-19.  Students will retest June 20-22.

 

Credit Recovery will be from June 12-June 22.

 

Report cards will be available for pick up on June 14.

May 30th, 2023

  • School will be closed on Monday, May 29th in observance of Memorial Day.  

  • Congratulations to our Ladies and Men’s track teams, they both placed 4th in the State finals Relay event. 

  • End of Year Testing will begin on Tuesday, May 30th.   

a.     Teacher Made Exams

o   May 30th – 1st & 4th

o   May 31st  – 2nd & 5th

b.     EOCs

o   1st Period EOCs- June 1st

o   2nd Period EOCs -June 2nd

o   4th Period EOCs- June 5th

o   5th Period EOCs - June 6th

o   A day EOCs and Make-ups- June 7th  

 (B-Day EOCs will be given on the scheduled date - A-Day EOCs will be given on the make-up day, June 7th, 2023.)

  • Seniors, please submit all coursework for non-EOC courses by 4pm on May 31st.  

May 22, 2023

May 22 nd 6pm IB Banquet


 

Senior Announcements

Good afternoon Senior Families: 

 

As we wind down the school year and prepare to celebrate the Class of 23, their accomplishments, their persistence, and their resilience, we want to remind all our seniors that our expectations for behavior remain unchanged. So far the Class of 23 has shown the type of leadership we hope for. You have truly been role models for our other students. As a result we are asking that you refrain from engaging in a senior prank, anything that could cause a panic among other students, destruction of property, or generalized disruption. We are operating in an environment where students, parents, and staff are more concerned about their safety and assume the worst automatically. What seems like an innocent gesture can quickly cause panic and disrupt the school environment. We are counting on our seniors to continue to show leadership and finish out their scholastic career on a positive and celebratory note. 

 

There will be two mandatory Graduation Practices, - May 24th and 25th at 10:00 AM

May 26th – Senior Trip to Asheboro Zoo

June 4- Senior Capping ceremony 2:00 PM in Auditorium

June 8- Graduation 7:30 PM in Auditorium

May 15th, 2023 

  • It is time for our end of year awards ceremonies

    • Sophomore & Juniors - May 17th, @ 9am in auditorium 

    • Senior awards will take place during the capping ceremony on June 4th at 2pm in the auditorium

    • June 4- Capping ceremony 2:00 PM in Auditorium

    • June 8- Graduation 7:30 PM in Auditorium  

  • EOY Testing:

    •  9th & 10th iReady in Process

      • Please monitor to make sure this is taking place during PRIDE

    • *Teacher Made Exams

      • May 30th – 1st & 4th

      • May 31st  – 2nd & 5th

    • EOCs

      • 1st Period EOCs- June 1st

      • 2nd Period EOCs -June 2nd

      • 4th Period EOCs- June 5th

      • 5th Period EOCs - June 6th

      • A day EOCs and Make-ups- June 7th  

      • (B-Day EOCs will be given on the scheduled date - A-Day EOCs will be given on the make-up day, June 7th, 2023.)

  • Families, we are having an increase of students attempting to bring commercial lunch in the cafeteria. Families, this is not permitted and will cause RHS to receive a fine.  If you have leftover food from the night before, please package it in wrapping that does not contain logos.  Families, we also ask that you do not drop commercial food off for your child during lunches.  For safety, students should not approach vehicles to receive items. Any and all drop-offs should be taken to the front office. We ask this is kept at a minimum so instructional time can be maintained. Thank you for your support with this.  Please remember that all students receive a healthy and delicious lunch at no cost daily.

May 7th, 2023

  • It is time for our end of year awards ceremonies

    • Freshmen- May 10th @ 9am in the auditorium

    • Sophomore & Juniors - May 17th, @ 9am in auditorium 

    • Senior awards will take place during the caping ceremony on June 4th at 2pm in the auditorium

  • Families, we are having an increase of students attempting to bring commercial lunch in the cafeteria. Families, this is not permitted and will cause RHS to receive a fine.  If you have leftover food from the night before, please package it in wrapping that does not contain logos.  Families we also ask that you do not drop commercial food off for your child during lunches.  For safety, students should not approach vehicles to receive items. Any and all drop-offs should be taken to the front office. We ask this is kept at a minimum so instructional time can be maintained. Thank you for your support with this.  Please remember that all students receive a healthy and delicious lunch at no cost daily. 

  • Families, we would love to hear from you.  Please take a moment to complete the Title I Safe Schools survey. You may find this survey on our district website.  

  • Teacher Appreciation is week is May 8th-12th - please take a moment to send your teachers an email or Remind message letting them know that you appreciate all they do.  

May 1st, 2023

  • Senior Yard Signs may be picked up in our front office between 8am-4pm, congratulations Seniors.

  • Wednesday May 3rd will be an early dismissal day, school will dismiss for students at 1:30pm

  • 4th Qt progress reports will go home with students on Thursday May 4th.  Progress reports will be distributed during 2nd period.  

  • It is time for our end of year awards ceremonies

    • Freshmen- May 10th @ 9am in the auditorium

    • Sophomore & Juniors - May 17th, @ 9am in auditorium 

    • Senior awards will take place during the caping ceremony on June 4th at 2pm in the auditorium

 

April 23rd, 2023

  • English II & Math III check-ins this week

  • April 26th multilingual family night 6:30 in Media Center

  •  Mean Girls production by our theater dept.

  •  Thursday, April 27th 7pm

  •   Saturday, April 29th  7pm

  •  Sunday, April 30th  2:30pm 

 

  • Senior Yard Signs may be picked up by parents tomorrow, Monday April 23rd between 8:30am-4pm in Guidance.  Student drivers may pick up their sign at the end of the day.  The signs are at no cost to Seniors, congratulations! 

The Senior Walk will take place on Friday, April 28th.  Parents please be sure to complete your child’s permission slip so they can participate in this activity.

April 17-21

 End of Year Dates

  •  April 28- Senior Walk

  •  May 10th- Freshman awards

  •  May 17- Underclassmen awards

  •  May 19- Decision Day

  •  May 30th and 31st - Grad Practice 10:00 AM

  •  June 4- Capping ceremony 2:00 PM in Auditorium

  •  June 8- Graduation 7:30 PM in Auditorium 

 

  • We hope you have enjoyed the spring break.  School will resume Monday, April 17th.  Encourage your child to finish the quarter strong by attending all classes daily, remaining current with assignments and asking for help when needed.  

April 3-6th 

  • Report cards for 3rd quarter will be distributed tomorrow, Monday April 3rd during 2nd period. 

  • Spring break will begin on Friday, April 7th through April 14th. Students will return ot school on Monday, April 17th. 

  • PROM SEASON IS HERE! The prom will be May 13, 2023 at Wright Memorial Event Center, Eden, NC from 7pm-11pm. The theme will be "The Great Gatsby" and the roaring 20's. Tickets are $30 each or $60 per couple. Tickets can be purchased before/after school in rooms 302 or 113 and during all 4 lunches. All fees must be cleared prior to prom ticket purchase. 

  • Students in Chorus, do not forget to bring Ms. Lindsey your $15 for your concert t-shirt. It is due April 21st at 3:35pm. If you have any questions please see or email Ms. Lindsey.

 

March 27-31

  • Do you want to gain valuable work experience for your resume and college applications? Register for Rockingham Summer Teamship, a reimagined internship experience happening in June for students who will be in 10th-12th grade next year. Register by April 7th to be considered for early admission. Find more info on your Canvas site or at bit.ly/rcs-teamship-23.

  • 4th qt. will begin on tomorrow, Monday, March 27th.  Students, remain current with your assignments and finish strong for the year.   3rd qt report cards will go home on April 3rd. 

  • Check-Ins for Math 1 courses, year long Math 3 courses and Biology courses will take place this week. Parents please encourage your child to do their very best so we will know how to support them. 

March 20-24

  • Do you want to gain valuable work experience for your resume and college applications? Register for Rockingham Summer Teamship, a reimagined internship experience happening in June for students who will be in 10th-12th grade next year. Register by April 7th to be considered for early admission. Find more info on your Canvas site or at bit.ly/rcs-teamship-23.

  • FCA will  host a Dodge Ball Tournament on the early release day, Thursday March 23rd starting at 1:45. Teams will be made up of 5 people plus 1 alternate. Cost is 20$ per team. Sign your team up with either Coach Teague, Coach Tuttle or Coach Solomon.  

  • We will have an early dismissal on Thursday, March 23rd.  School will dismiss at 1:35.  Friday, March 24th will be a teacher workday, school will be closed for students

March 13th-17th

  • Attention 12th Grade Families: RHS Student Services is excited to host two Spring Senior Meetings on March 15th at 11:15 am and 6:00 pm. The same information will be shared at both, so please attend the meeting that is most convenient for you. We will discuss graduation, cap & gowns, decision day, and much more. *Please note that a Josten's Cap & Gown representative will be present at the 6:00 pm meeting only.

 

If you plan to attend, we ask that you RSVP on the school website at reidsvillehigh.org.

 

  • The Winter Formal is now the SPRING FLING. Tickets are on sale for the event. The date is Saturday March 18 from 7-10pm. Forms are available for those that who wish to purchase a ticket. Come out for a great time, there will be an all you can eat ice cream bar. 

 

  • Congratulations to our Men’s Varsity Basketball team on a great season.  

March 6th- 10th 

  • Tuesday, March 7th all Juniors will take the ACT.  Tuesday will be a remote day for Freshmen, Sophomores and Seniors

  • March 10th, Winston-Salem State University Band will present a concert for our Honor Roll and PBIS incentive! 

  •   Congratulations to the following!

    • a.     Mr. Luegers and Mr. Bradshaw’s esports team!  RHS has claims on the district’s 1st Esports team.  Our team came in first place on Thursday, being led by Khalil Womack!

    •   Congratulations to our Mens’ Varsity basketball team. Our young men are the conference champs and will compete in the 2A State Championship on Saturday at NC State University. 

Feb. 27-March 3rd

 

  • 3rd Qt. interim reports will go home on Wednesday, March 1st. 

  • Check-ins for English II, and Biology will take place this week.  Please encourage your child to do their very best on this assessment, we will use this data to plan instruction. 

  • Attention 10th Graders: You are invited to attend "RCC Day" at Rockingham Community College. Join the field trip to learn more about Cosmetology, Information Technology, and other available programs. If you would like to attend, please RSVP on the 10th Grade Canvas Page AND pick up a permission slip from Student Services. All permission slips must be turned in to Student Services by Wednesday, March 8th. 

Feb. 20-24

Order your 2022-2023 yearbook! Digital memories are lost with old devices, but a yearbook will be cherished forever.  Don’t miss the opportunity to capture this year’s memories.  You may order online  through jostens.com

 

The Student Health Center will be offering free sports physicals on Wednesday, March 15, all day until 4:30 pm. Students must have a consent form on file with the Student Health Center, as well as a completed (and signed) sports physical form. If you have any questions see Ms.  Stacey in the Health Center

 

The Piedmont Community College TRIO program is offering FREE, professional ACT prep to 11th Graders on Thursday, February 23rd. Interested students can pick up participant applications in Student Services. All applications must be turned in to Ms. Wood by February 20th. 

 

Thursday, Feb. 23rd  Early Release - Students will be dismissed at 1:35

 

Friday, Feb. 24th Teacher Workday 

 

If you are interested in playing softball, meet Coach Bailey at the softball field directly after school tomorrow. 

 

Congratulations to our 2A State Wrestling Champion Rayshun James 126 lb weight class

 

Congratulations to our varsity men’s basketball team, who are the conference champions.  

 

Congratulations to head men’s basketball coach, Coach Jason Ross for being named Coach of the Year.

Feb. 13th-17th 

Order your 2022-2023 yearbook! Digital memories are lost with old devices, but a yearbook will be cherished forever.  Don’t miss the opportunity to capture this year’s memories.  You may order online  through jostens.com

 

The Student Health Center will be offering free sports physicals on Wednesday, March 15, all day until 4:30 pm. Students must have a consent form on file with the Student Health Center, as well as a completed (and signed) sports physical form. If you have any questions see Ms.  Stacey in the Health Center

 

The Piedmont Community College TRIO program is offering FREE, professional ACT prep to 11th Graders on Thursday, February 23rd. Interested students can pick up participant applications in Student Services. All applications must be turned in to Ms. Wood by February 20th. 

 

To protect instruction, and avoid unsafe possibilities,  we will not receive Valentine deliveries.  Please allow your child to enjoy their valentine gifts at home.  

 

Anime Club has its spring kickoff Tuesday after school in Mr. Bradshaw's room from 3:45-4:45. Everyone is invited to enjoy Japanese culture, food, friends, video games and anime.

 

The basketball playoffs will begin tomorrow.  Our Lady Rams will play host North Forsyth at RHS on tomorrow, Monday Feb. 13th.  The game will begin at 6pm.  Our men’s team will play on Tuesday, Feb. 14th at Walkertown HS. The men’s game will begin at 7:30pm. 

Feb. 6th - 10th 

Order your 2022-2023 yearbook! Digital memories are lost with old devices, but a yearbook will be cherished forever.  Don’t miss the opportunity to capture this year’s memories.  You may order online  through jostens.com

 

The Student Health Center will be offering free sports physicals on Wednesday, March 15, all day until 4:30 pm. Students must have a consent form on file with the Student Health Center, as well as a completed (and signed) sports physical form. If you have any questions see Ms.  Stacey in the Health Center

 

Fees and Fines! Prom season is near and your fees and fines need to be paid before prom! See the bookkeeper to see if you have fines!

 

Wednesday, Feb. 8th is an Early Release day, students will be dismissed at 1:30. 

Jan. 30-Feb. 3

Report Cards for Q2 will go home on Jan. 30th 

 

Families, please ensure that your child’s Fees and Fines are clear.  See the bookkeeper to see if you have fines!

 

The Student Health Center will be offering free sports physicals on Wednesday, March 15, all day until 4:30 pm. Students must have a consent form on file with the Student Health Center, as well as a completed (and signed) sports physical form. If you have any questions see Ms.  Minichello in the Health Center

 

Our performing arts department will host auditions for our Spring musical, Mean Girls, on February 1 and 2 in the theater from 3:45 PM till 6 PM.  All are welcome to audition for the Spring musical, you will need to bring clothes that you can move freely in and have a short song prepared.  The ‘Happy Birthday’ song is a great option! 

 

RHS HOSA will host a Winter Blood Drive on February 3rd ,2023 from 8:30 am- 1:30 pm.  Students 16 and under may participate with parental consent.  The community is encouraged to come out and save a life.  

 

Jan. 23-27

 

Jan. 23rd and 24th are teacher workdays.  School will not be in session for students. 

 

Semester 2 will begin on Jan. 25th.  Students please reference canvas for updated schedules.  

 

Report Cards for Q2 will go home on Jan. 30th 

 

Attention singers, musicians, ANYONE interested. You are invited to join the newly formed Reidsville High Gospel Choir! INTERESTED?  Sign up in the cafeteria during all four lunches. Rehearsals are on Thursdays, directly after school, in the band room. We are excited and look forward to seeing you there. 

 

Families, please ensure that your child’s Fees and Fines are clear.  See the bookkeeper to see if you have fines!

 

The Student Health Center will be offering free sports physicals on Wednesday, March 15, all day until 4:30 pm. Students must have a consent form on file with the Student Health Center, as well as a completed (and signed) sports physical form. If you have any questions see Ms.  Minichello in the Health Center

 

Our performing arts department will host auditions for our Spring musical, Mean Girls, on February 1 and 2 in the theater from 3:45 PM till 6 PM.  All are welcome to audition for the Spring musical, you will need to bring clothes that you can move freely in and have a short song prepared.  The ‘Happy Birthday’ song is a great option! 

 

Jan. 17th-20th 

  • The Reidsville High School baseball tryouts will be February 13th on the baseball field.  Anyone interested in playing please contact Coach Tuttle for more information.  All players must have a physical on file to be eligible to tryout.

  • The 1st semester will end on Jan. 20th.  Please make sure all missing work is in as soon as possible. 

  • Report cards will go home on Jan. 30th

  • RCS will be closed on tomorrow, Monday, Jan. 16th for the Dr. MLK Holiday.  

    • As we approach our 2nd semester, let’s reflect on the words of Dr. King, it is "Intelligence plus character, that is the goal of true education."

Jan. 9-13

  • Hello Rams. Are you interested in helping your community and having a powerful impact in someone’s life? Then come to the Maker Space at 3:45pm on Monday, January 9 to find out how. Become part of Reidsville High School’s new Interact Club. See you there. Respectfully, Major Torres.

 

  • Ms.Yamaguchi and Mr.Moore are looking for individuals who are interested in a challenge!  Is there a Senior that needs a scholarship? Are there kids who need to build their resumes? Then, we are the group for you! The Academic Challenge Competition (ACC) will be practicing on the 11th and 12th at 8am in Ms.Yamaguchi's room 409. Competitions start February 7th.

 

  • Calling all musicians and singers, there is still room for you in the newly formed gospel choir.  The next rehearsal will be on Thursday, January 12th from 3:45-5pm at the latest.  Sign up during your lunch or just come to rehearsal.  

 

  • Exams will begin this week. Non-EOC exams will begin on tomorrow, Monday, Jan. 9th through Jan. 12th.  EOC exams will begin on Jan. 13th through Jan. 19th.  Our exam schedule has been posted to our website.

Jan. 2-6

  • The RHS Theater Dept.  will perform "10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse" on January 3, 2023 at 7:00 PM.  Tickets for the show are $5.00 and all proceeds will go to help the Theater Dept travel  to Trinity High School on January 7, 2023 for the International Thespian Competition.  If you have any questions, please see Mr. Murphy.

  • Exams will begin on Jan. 9th through Jan. 19th.  A detailed exam schedule will be posted to our website and shared in Canvas 

    • The grading period will end on Jan. 20th.   

  • I hope that each of you have enjoyed your winter break, school will resume for students tomorrow, Monday Jan. 2nd.  2023

Dec. 12-16

  • Congratulations to our ROTC Rifle Team who placed 1st at a  regional competition 

  • Thank you to our varsity football team for a great season of football!

  • School will dismiss at 1:35 on Friday Dec. 16th and will remain closed through Dec. 30th. Students will return on Monday, Jan. 2nd 2023.  

  • Exams will begin on Jan. 9th through Jan. 19th.  A detailed exam schedule will be posted to our website.  

    • The grading period will end on Jan. 20th. During the winter break, please make sure that your son/daughter is current on all assignments. 


 

Nov. 28-Dec. 2

  • Interims will go home on Thursday, Dec. 1st 

  • The Trading Card Game Club will be meeting on December 2 from 3:45 till 5:00 in the theatre.  Anyone interested in participating in the gaming events should see Mr. Murphy

  • As you shop for the holidays, be sure to purchase clothing that covers your teenager’s midriff.  Please remind your teen that caps, bonnets and durags are not permitted in RCSs.  

 

Nov. 21&22

  • Are you a member of HOSA, please remember this club meets every Thursday afternoon in room 301 from 3:45pm-4:15pm. All members are expected to attend weekly meetings.

  • Schools will be closed from Wednesday, Nov. 23-Nov. 25th in observance of Thanksgiving.  

  • During this break, have your child to share their Canvas with you.  Encourage them to complete all missing assignments.  

  • Congratulations to our  varsity football team who took down the undefeated Chase High School on Friday night, moving the mighty Rams forward to the 4th round of the playoffs.  On Friday, Nov. 25th, our Rams will take on Maiden High School, 7:30pm kick off time.  

  • Families, we are thankful for your support of RHS.  Enjoy the Thanksgiving Break with your family. 

 

Nov. 14-18

  • Nov 18th Picture make-up day for undergraduates 

  • Check-ins for Eng II, Math I and III and Biology will begin this week.  Please make sure your high schooler is present and on time each day. 

  • Mr. Murphy will have auditions for our second competition play on Wednesday November 16 and 17, 2022 from 3:45 till 5:00 PM in the theatre. 

  • Are you competitive, the Academic Challenge Competition is great way for students to compete academically in a fun environment.  A student interest meeting will be held in Ms. Yamaguchi's room on Wednesday, November 16, at 8am.   See Ms. Yamaguchi or Mr. Moore for more information .  

  • Seniors, are you in need of help with FAFSA?  Meet  Ms. Wood on November 17th from 5pm -7pm at Rockingham Community College's ADT Building. Please remember to bring a parent/guardian, 2021 Tax Information, and a Chromebook or personal computer. 

Nov. 7-10th 

  • Report cards will be distributed to students during 2nd period tomorrow, Monday, Nov. 7th

  • 1st Qt conference window is from Nov. 9-17- If you would like to conference with your child’s teachers, please contact them via email or call the guidance office for help with scheduling. 

  • On Thursday Nov. 10th our freshmen and sophomores will have career day.  

  • Also on Thursday, we will recognize our students who earned honor roll, have perfect attendance and who modeled Ram Pride during Q1.  These students will attend a kickball social beginning at 2:45.  

  • Friday, Nov. 11th is a holiday. Schools will be closed in observance of Veterans day. 

  • The NC Theater Conference was held at RHS over the weekend congratulations to RHS’ Theater for being rewarded with Excellence in Comedic Expressions and Excellence in Mask Work 

    • Congratulations to Cross Hairston for earning the Excellence in Acting award and to Aidan Blackwell for earning the Excellence in Stage Management

Oct. 24-28

  • Women's basketball workouts will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays for the month of October from 3:45-4:45 in the main gym

  • Are you interested in joining the chess club?  Stop by Mrs. Wells' room, 109, on October 26 at 3:45.  This is an initial interest meeting.  You need not know how to play to join the fun.

  • 12th Graders: Our Fall FAFSA Night is scheduled for October 26th from 5-7pm. Please bring 2021 Tax documents to complete the FAFSA. If you have any questions, please reach out to Ms. Wood!

  • Grading period will end on Friday, Oct. 28th. All work must be turned in.  

  • Oct. 31st will be a remote day for students- work and instruction will be posted in Canvas.  We will also provide paper copies for students who will not have access to wifi.  

Oct. 17-22

  • Tuesday, October 18, 2022 is RockATOP Community Night starting at 6 p.m. The location is Center for Economic Development, Small Business & Tourism at 425 NC 65. 

  • Picture Day is Coming!

    • Undergraduate picture day - Oct. 18th, 2022

    • Nov. 4th is the final make-up day for seniors.  If you do not wish to purchase your senior pictures, you will not need to pay the $25 sitting fee.  We will use these pictures for the yearbook. Please see Ms. Paschal in the media center if you have not taken your senior picture. 

  • College application week is Oct. 17-21st.  This week, let’s wear shirts to represent our favorite college.

  • The RHS band will close for the RMS’ band concert, which will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 18th in the auditorium.  Come out to support our band programs. The concert will begin at 7pm.

Oct. 10-14

  • Student Ridership Count is scheduled for this week of October 10-14, 2022. The student count is an important factor in determining our transportation funding from the state. Parents, please help us with this by ensuring that your child rides the bus to and from school this week.  

  • Oct. 12th Early Release, school will dismiss at 1:35pm 

  • Grading Period ends Oct. 28th, don’t wait to submit all missing assignments. 

  • Oct. 18th - 9-11th picture day. 

  • Nov. 4th - Last make-up day for senior portraits.  Students who do not wish to purchase will not need to pay the $25 sitting fee. We need all seniors to take their photo for the yearbook.

Announcements Oct. 3-7

  • Due to Hurricane Ian, our varsity football game that was scheduled for Friday, Sept. 30th was canceled. The game will be played on tomorrow, Oct. 3rd. Kickoff will be at 7pm 

  • The Trading Card Game club will be hosting their first meeting this Friday October 7, 2022 from 3:35 till 5:30 PM.  If you are an experienced player or just want to learn, come to the theater building or see Mr. Murphy for more information.

  • Underclass Picture Day 10/18/22 Tuesday

Announcements for Sept. 26th-30th

  • RHS is a Title I school, this means we receive additional funding from the federal government.  These funds are used to supplement instructional resources.  Our 1st Title I event of the year will be Walk the Schedule Night.   Walk the Schedule night will be on Sept. 28th from 5pm-7pm.  Come out to walk your child’s schedule and pick up interim progress reports. 

  • Students enrolled in semester Biology and Math III will take their state check-ins this week. Families please ensure that your child is at school daily.  

  • Friday, Sept. 30th will be an early release day, students will be dismissed at 1:35pm. 

  • Our SGA has planned great activities for this homecoming week, Sept. 26-Sept. 30th

    • Monday is pajama day- please remember all wear must meet our dress code policy

    • Tuesday is caribbean day- Families please stress to your sons/daughters that swimwear of any kind will not be permitted.  

    • The pep rally will be on Friday from 10:45 - 11:45pm  in our stadium.  

    • Our students have planned the Rams first tailgate, which will begin at 4:30pm in the main football parking lot.  A big shout-out to the Nichol’s family for their donation of the hot dogs.

Announcements for Sept. 19th-23

  • RHS is a Title I school, this means we receive additional funding from the federal government.  These funds are used to supplement instructional resources.  Our 1st Title I event of the year will be Walk the Schedule Night.   Walk the Schedule night will be on Sept. 28th from 5pm-7pm.  Come out to walk your child’s schedule and pick up interim progress reports. 

  • Seniors, have you taken your senior photos? If not, please sign up by visiting prestigeportraits.com to select a time. Picture day is Saturday, Sept. 24th. These pictures will be in the yearbook. There is no cost for yearbook poses. The sitting fee for additional poses is $25.00

  • RHS is a Community Eligibility Program school.  This means students receive breakfast and lunch at no cost.  We are fortunate to have this program.  Outside foods put our participation in this program in jeopardy.  Parents please do not send or drop off commercial foods.  All student foods should be packaged in unmarked containers and bags.  Doordash is not an option for RCS students.  Inviting strangers to campus is a safety issue and also jeopardizes our CEP participation.  Doordash deliveries will not be accepted.  

Announcements for Sept. 12-16th

  • There will be an IB Parent meeting on Tuesday Sept. 13th at 6:30 in the Maker's Space (library). All parents are encouraged to attend as important information will be presented and handed out.

  • Families, we invite you to take part in our parent organizations as well as our school improvement team. If you are interested in joining a parent group, go to our website and look under What's Happening, scroll down to the Parental Participation at RHS form to find ways to participate. Our SIT meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month, we invite you to join us for our 1st meeting on this Tuesday, Sept. 13th at 4pm in the media center.

  • RHS is a Title I school, this means we receive additional funding from the federal government. These funds are used to supplement instructional resources. Our 1st Title I event of the year will be Walk the Schedule Night. Walk the Schedule night will be on Sept. 28th from 5pm-7pm. Come out to walk your child’s schedule and pick up interim progress reports.

Sept 6-10th 

  • There will be an IB Parent night on Tuesday Sept. 13th at 6:30 in the Maker's Space. All parents are encouraged to attend as important information will be presented and handed out. 

  • The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will have their first meeting September 8 at 7:45 am in Coach Tuttle's classroom located in the new gym.  All are welcome, you do not have to be an athlete to attend.  Breakfast will be provided

  • On Sept. 6th the 9th and 10th graders will begin the iReady diagnostics and our upperclassmen will begin their RCS Ready program which is an ACT prep program.  

  • We will begin ticketing students who have not purchased a parking pass  on Sept. 6th.  No student should park in front of or behind the practice gym. 

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