May 1, 2018
Any student taking the SAT test this Saturday, May 5, you need to arrive at Rutland Middle School no later than 7:45. You will not be admitted without your admission ticket and a picture ID. Also please bring a calculator and two #2 pencils.
Tickets for Froshmore will be on sale at lunch this week! Tickets are $8 at lunch or $10 at the door. Froshmore will be held on May 5th, from 8-10pm at RHS. The theme is red and black
Tickets will be sold from April 30th through May 11th during school lunches. They will be $25 each.
Prom is at the Killington Grand on May 12th from 8PM until Midnight. The theme is Under the Stars.
Attention SENIOR PARENTS – We need your help for project graduation with chaperoning, food and donations.
Please contact SueTanen – firstname.lastname@example.org, Carmen Muscatello Thompson – email@example.com, or Darlene Miglorie – firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
The Chaffee Art Center is pleased to host our 2018 Annual Student Art Exhibit. This exhibit highlights the work of over 300 students in Preschool through twelfth grade from over twenty regional schools. Diversity of mediums, styles, and techniques is on display around every corner of our historic Chaffee building.
An artists reception will be held Friday, May 4, 4-7pm at the Chaffee Art Center, 16 South Main Street, Rutland, VT. Snacks, beverages and musical performances.
Chaffee Art Center Hours during the Student Show Exhibit:
Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday 9am – 3pm
Sunday – closed
Please email or call us to set up a school field trip to see the show. 802-775-0356 email@example.com
Students: Parking permit applications for the Gleason Parking Lot will only be accepted though May 1st, 2018. Please get in all applications on or before this date. If you need a application, please see Ms. Ploof.
Mrs. Renfrow in White 16 needs to see the following people immediately or your STW YES Plan may be canceled:
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.
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.
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/
– A google classroom has been created for the YES plan -Students on Stage – The Hobbit – if you are signed up for this YES plan please accept the invitation you received to join the classroom. Important information is shared on the classroom
4:30 PM GIRLS VARSITY LACROSSE vs. Champlain Valley
6:00 PM GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY LACROSSE vs. Champlain Valley
For updated Spring Sports Schedules visit viewmyschedule.com
Booster Club meeting will be Tuesday 5/8 at 6:30 in Red 11
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 14||Friends of the RRMC Auxiliary Scholarship Fund
Knights of Columbus Rutland Council #232
|May 15||Barstow School Scholarship
NEW: Rutland County Retired Teachers’ Association
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.
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.