June 19, 2017
For All Students:
A REMINDER TO ALL STUDENTS THAT ALL LOCKERS MUST BE CLEANED OUT BEFORE THE END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR
All library books need to be returned to the library. Do you have library books at home, in your locker, or bag? Bring them to the library ASAP.
There will be a mandatory meeting for all students planning to run Cross-Country this Fall on Thursday June 22 at 11:15 a.m. in Room Red 15
Students who were not in attendance for the Undergraduate Awards Night, Wed., June 7 please stop by the Main Office and pick up your award certificates.
If you ordered socks from Encore. They are in. Come see Mrs. Archer and pick them up. If you did not pay you need to have money to get your socks. We will be selling socks during lunch the last three days of YES plan.
Attn Juniors: **Parking Permit Applications for next year’s Seniors (Class of 2018) are now available in the Attendance Office**
The Tapestry Program is looking for lifeguards to work this summer. You must be at least 16 years old and certified in the lifeguard course. Please call 786-1967 for more information.
-RHS FALL SPORTS MEETING: August 9th at 6:30pm in the RHS gym with a parent or guardian. High School practices will start August 14 and August 17, 2017.
-RMS FALL SPORTS MEETING: Monday August 28th at 6:30pm in the RHS gym. A parent/guardian must attend this meeting with their child. Middle School practices will start August 29, 2017.
-Please be sure your child has had a physical within the last 2 years & the Rutland City Public Schools physical form is on file in the RHS Athletic Office. If you are unsure please call me at 770-1080 or email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
-To register online, please follow the link below, sign up for an account & follow the prompts beginning July 1, 2017. You will need to register each child individually, under the sport they wish to participate in, but in the future will be able to auto fill their information & update as needed.
Do you want to spend the summer at the beach? Playing sports? Learning about colleges? Performing a play? Making crafts, jewelry and clothes? Whatever you want to do, EPIC has a summer program for it. Camps are open to all students, provide breakfast and lunch and run every week throughout the summer. Stop by the guidance office for a full list of camps and sign-up sheets or look for the attachment in the announcements email
Yearbooks: The following students please see Mrs. Renfrow to pick up your yearbook: