Daily Announcements 4/12/2018


April 12, 2018


Class of 2021: Cookie Dough will be in today Thursday 4/12.  Please pick up your orders in White 14 right after school. The cookie dough needs to be kept frozen so please plan accordingly.


Attention SENIOR PARENTS –  We need your help for project graduation with chaperoning, food and donations.   
Please contact SueTanen – susan.tanen@rcpsvt.org, Carmen Muscatello Thompson – cmthompsonvt@gmail.com, or Darlene Miglorie – darlene.miglorie@rcpsvt.org for further information.


The Spring Talent Show is coming, May 3rd.  Sign up on Mrs. Archer’s door and start practicing!  The talent show is open to everyone and all acts will be considered. There will flex block auditions after vacation.


Students with a desire to have a voice in student affairs are encouraged to submit an application for the Student Council Executive Board.  Applications with a description of the committee assignments are available in the Main Office. Submissions are due by April 30th to either Mr. Aday (Red 15) or Mrs. Haskell (White 15)

Juniors and Seniors – VSAC will host a Paying for College Night on May 1 at 6:00 in the lecture hall.  This is a great opportunity to learn about the college financial aid process. Our VSAC outreach coordinator will present and allow time following the presentation for general questions.  Students and their families are welcome.


If you are still interested in applying to Stafford for next year it’s not too late! Please talk to your counselor if you have any questions or would like to schedule a visit!


The following students need to see Mrs. Beal about your third quarter class:

Jamil Hayyat
Evan Hill
Carter  Colwell
Madison Santos
Alex Folsom
Derek Mullin

Cait Hawkins
Matt Mumford
Kirrahn Richardson
Matt Harry
Caleb Stuhlmueller


The Froshmore Dance is on Saturday May 5th from 8-10 pm.  The DJ will be RHS Class of 2008 Graduate Chris Kiernan(DJ Big Handsome). We are looking for Faculty Chaperones.  If anyone is interested, please contact either Carolyn Ravenna, Sara Gregory, Brett Lertola or Jen McNeil. We appreciate your support.


The Howe Center is currently accepting applications for the 2018-2019 school year. Rutland High School – Howe Center Campus offers a full academic program for high school students. Classes are smaller-sized and move at an individualized pace.  If you are interested in applying to the Howe Center Campus, please speak with your guidance counselor or visit: http://rhs.rutlandcitypublicschools.org/academics/alternative-education-at-howe-center-campus/


YES Plan – Students on stage – The Hobbit – First rehearsal – Tuesday – 5-8 in the theater. Rehearsals  for the rest of the week – Wed., Thursday and Friday – 5-8. Everyone is expected to attend. See Mrs. Archer and/or Evan with conflicts.


Petitions are available in the Main Office for Class Officer elections!  Get involved in your school! Remember, even if you currently hold an office, you need to be reelected.  If you have any questions, please see your class advisors, or Mr. Aday (Red 15) or Mrs. Haskell (White 15)


Students:  You run the risk of getting a ticket if you park on campus without a parking permit


CCV is having an information night coming up.  Topics include: Direct Admissions, Dual Enrollment, Early College, and college pathways
Ways to Save on College – Information Night at CCV
Date and time: Wednesday, April 25 6:00-7:30
Place: CCV Rutland Room 102
Who: CCV, Castleton, CSJ, GMC, VTC, and VSAC
Pizza will be provided.


The following students must see Mrs. Renfrow in White 16 by the end of this week regarding their YES plan.
Dimitri Yaremchuk
Devon Brown
Noah Crossman
Willie Goulette
Kyle Kuc
Jacob Lorman
Veronica Moniz
Colin Moore
Ryan Moore
Ethan Notte
Dakota Peters
Griffin Plante
Dan Rodriquez
Madeline-Anne Reed
Mackenzie Saceric
Simona White
Ben Wigmore
Alex Folsom
Zach Green
Ryan Murphy
Austin Pearo



– If you are planning to attend the ITS festival in New Hampshire on April 21st, please sign up on Mrs. Archer’s door, ASAP

-Mandatory brief meeting for everyone who is involved in The Hobbit on Thursday April 12 at 3:30



Today’s Events:

4:00 PM Boys and Girls Unified BASKETBALL vs. Mill River

4:00 PM Track and Field @ Brattleboro dismissed at 1:00PM bus leaves 1:15PM
4:30 PM BOYS VARSITY BASEBALL  @ Fair Haven dismissed at 2:15PM bus leaves 2:30PM

4:30 PM GIRLS VARSITY SOFTBALL @ Fair Haven  dismissed at 2:15PM bus leaves 2:30PM


For updated Spring Sports Schedules visit viewmyschedule.com

Order Forms for Letter Jackets are in the Athletic Office and due by April 13, 2018, please see Ms. Nichols if you are interested in a jacket



Senior Scholarships:

Seniors please check your school email account as the Guidance Department will continue to notify  you of scholarship opportunities.


Current Scholarships to Apply For:

May 1, 2018 @ Noon The Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship Fund
April 13, 2018 Rutland Education Association

Credit Union of Vermont – Lawrence McKirryher, Jr. Memorial Scholarship


April 16, 2018 Fletcher “Buster” Brush Memorial Scholarship
April 20, 2018 Town of Rutland Scholarship
May 1, 2018 PEGTV Courcelle Scholarship

OKEMO Mountain Resort (4 available scholarships)

Bar Harbor Bank & Trust & Lake Sunapee Bank Scholarship


SENIORS AND JUNIORS:  Do You Want to Win a Car?

The Drive 4 Excellence contest sponsored by Burlington Hyundai & Subaru is currently OPEN!

Online registration can be located at www.burlingtoncars.com.  Deadline to register and to submit your report card is April 30, 2018.  After this date, 75 finalists will be selected and notified by May 5, 2018.  If you are one of the finalists you must be present to win either a pre-selected 2018 Subaru Impreza or 2018 Hyundai Elantra.  Further details can be found on the website as well as in the Guidance Office.


Stop by the Guidance Office and pick up a few pamphlets that the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation has provided.   The 2018-2019 Grant Application pamphlet, Financial Aid as well as My Educational Loans pamphlets. These can also be viewed online at www.vsac.org


Seniors:  Once you make your post graduation decision either attending college, military service or employment, please stop by the Guidance Office and complete the Senior Information Survey.  This is especially important for those of you who are continuing on to college, your guidance counselor will need to know where to send your final high school transcript.



Parent ads are sold out.

There are no yearbooks left to preorder.  If you still want a yearbook, you will need to purchase one from any possible leftovers when they come in.  Seniors will be given first priority.


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