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May 6

posted May 6, 2015, 7:13 AM by Barry Godsey

Admin / Instructional

The RHS Student Learning Center continues to be open this week during flex on Tuesday and Thursday and Thursday after school until 3:45 in the guidance conference room.  If you need a tutor, please fill out a tutor request form in guidance.  Students who visit the Student Learning Center will be entered into a drawing for a special prize this week!

AP English Literature exam is this morning.  There is no AP exam this afternoon.

Attention Seniors:  The Board of Education Civic Seal volunteer form is due to the Counseling Office tomorrow. 

Senior Parking

Teacher Appreciation Week – We will be having desserts during all lunches on Wednesday – Lunch will be provided by La Caretta on Friday!!!



Any rising junior or senior who is interested in a half price ACT @ RHS this October should see Mrs. Herndon this week!


Clubs  / Miscellaneous


RHS will be having HAT DAY on Friday, May 8th for Breast Cancer Awareness.   Donations of $1 or more will get you a pink ribbon to wear along with being allowed to wear a hat that day.  This is in honor and recognition of Mrs. Ibarra and Breast Cancer Awareness.  Please see Mrs. Austin in the main office to make your donation.  Only those who donate will get to wear a hat!


The French Club T-Shirt Money deadline has been extended till today, May 6th.  Please bring your $12 to Ms. Nablo.

There will be flag and drumline practice today at the RHS band room until 4:30 p.m.

Do you like to act like a squirrel, or slide like a snail, or maybe have the chance to be someone else????  Then come out Thursday May 7th to the Advanced Acting Auditions for their original One Acts.  No experience necessary.  3-4pm in the auditorium.  Student directed, come out and join the drama classes and be a part of an original show. 



The girls tennis team defeated Amherst yesterday 5-4.

The Boys JV soccer team failed to take its chances in front of the net last evening, and fell to Heritage by a score of 4 to 2.

The Varsity Boys Soccer team dominated its match against the Pioneers, winning 2-nil.

The team controlled much of the game against a very physical, (almost barbaric), opponent, and lead by one at the half off a penalty kick conversion by Nick Westling. The second goal came midway through the second half when Bobby Carlson's powerful blast beat the desperate keeper to go up, 2-0. Rustburg rattled the cross bar late off a Davis Simpkins' shot to almost add a third goal.

It was great game players in preparation for Friday night's Amherst game at HOME.

Wednesday, May 6

Baseball @Heritage 5/7:30

Softball @ Heritage 5/7

Girls Tennis vs Heritage 4:30

Boys Tennis @ Heritage 4:30

Track vs Liberty 4:30


Thursday, May 7

Girls Soccer @ Amherst 6:00

Boys Tennis @ JF4:30

Girls Tennis vs JF 4:30


Friday, May 8

Baseball vs Amherst 5:00 /7:30

Softball vs  Amherst 5:00/7:00

Boys Soccer vs Amherst 5:00/7:00


Saturday, May 9

JV Track Championships @ E.C.  Glass 9:00am