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March 5

posted Mar 5, 2018, 6:14 AM by Barry Godsey

Administration

Quote of the day: Do all things with kindness.

Breakfast is free all this week for all students.

All tutors and students who have been requested for tutoring need to meet in the commons ON TIME this entire week. 

All of Mr. Clark's classes, and Mrs Sholes' Econ Classes need to report the conference room B-106, B-105 today and Wednesday due to testing in their rooms. Text books will be needed for Mr Clark’s class.

 

Clubs

The next NHS meeting is scheduled for next Tuesday, March 13th at 3 p.m. in the library.  All members are reminded that you must attend 80% of our meetings to continue to be a member.

Any NHS member interested in helping with the Yearbook's first Color Run can sign up outside Mrs. Bailey's door on the bulletin board.  The run is March 25th from 2-5 here at RHS.  Members are needed to help set-up, run stations throughout the course, and participate with children 7 and under in the activity center.

No senior council meeting this week.

On Thursday March 8th the yearbook staff will be hosting a Blaze Pizza Night at Blaze Pizza on Wards Road to raise money for publication. Please join us from 5:30 and 8:30 and make sure to mention the fundraiser so that 20% of the proceeds will go to the fundraiser.  

Also, The Yearbook Staff will be hosting their 1st Annual 5k Color Run/Walk here at the high school on March 25th at 3:00 p.m. If your pre-register by March 16th, you will receive a free t-shirt, color packet, and a pair of sunglasses. The cost of the color run/walk is $20.00 For more information, please see Mrs. Sholes. 

 

Sports

For any students interested in JV, Sideline, or Competition Cheerleading there will be an interest meeting in the Conference Room tomorrow March 6th at 7:40 in the morning. There will also be a Parents and Athletes Meeting tomorrow March 6th as well at 6:30 that evening for parents and athletes to attend together. Cheer Conditioning/Open Gyms will be on Tuesdays at 5-6:30 starting March 13th. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Mitchell in the Library.

Outdoor Track will start today at 3:00pm on the Track.

Symphonic band members will have practice on Tuesday and Thursday this week from 3 to 4 p.m.

Congratulations to the 19 students who traveled to Richmond on Saturday for the Congres French Convention.  Jamie Holt placed 1st in Costumes, Katelyn Lloyd played 1st in Slam Poetry, Carrie Lloyd won 2nd in Recitation, Heather Hooss won 2nd place in Posters, Adam Hienkle placed 3rd in French Idol Instrumental, and Sydney Nolley placed 3rd in the Slam Poetry competition.  Virginia Denson won the Davidson & Bartle Scholarship for $500 towards pursuing a degree in French studies in college.  Congrats to all RHS students who attended, competed, and celebrated their love of French on this fun day.

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