June 12, 2018
Project Graduation will once again be held at the Pico Sports Center and will begin at 9pm following Graduation. Those who attend are required to arrive no later than 11pm and we’ll wrap up at approximately 4am. The parent committee has done a great job of planning a fun night. There will be a ton of food, lots of prizes, and plenty of money to give away and, we hope that all graduates will attend.
There is no cost to attend but, Pico does expect each student to submit a signed permission slip. If you’re 18, you can sign the permission slip yourself. If you’re under 18, it must be signed by a parent. A copy of the permission slip is attached to an email that has been sent to your school account and there will be copies available in the Main Office and Attendance Office. Signed permission slips should be returned to the Main Office.
All current sophomores who have signed up for next year’s junior AP English Language and Composition class need to come by room Red-15 to pick up your summer assignment and receive instructions from Mr. French. Assignments will be available before 9:00 a.m. and after 2:00 p.m. Thank you!
Juniors – please let your counselor know if you plan to attend Early College. You also need to provide a personal email address to Ms. Carpenter and Ms. Nichols so that you will receive information from RHS next year!
CLASS OF 2019: Parking permit applications for the 2018-2019 school year are now available to the Class of 2019. Please see Ms. Ploof for an application before you head out for the summer!
The 7th Annual Health Fair sponsored by the Coordinated School Health Team will take place outside and inside of the cafeteria today, Tuesday, June 12th from 12:30 – 2:00. Teachers, please bring your classes by. There will be over 20 health-related booths to visit. The Smoothie Bike is back and there will be special demonstrations by the Vermont State Police K-9 Team and the Rutland County Sheriff’s Department. RHS and STC students who visit all of the booths will be eligible to win great prizes from VT Farmers Food Center, STC, Killington Adventure Center, local businesses and more! There is also special bag of health/fitness items for the faculty/staff raffle.
Killington Resort is looking for area teens to work at the Adventure Park over the summer!! Fill out an application at Killington.com :
Aerial Activity Guides
Ninth, tenth and eleventh graders completing the Global Studies endorsement: You need to meet with your community service adviser before YES Plan starts and the end of the school year. If you do not know who your adviser is, please come see Ms. Myers in the school counseling office.
EPIC: Summer Program and registration is available on Infinite Campus and the RHS website. If you have any questions please contact Jami Sherwood at 770-1110 or email@example.com
Spring Sports Guides are available in the Athletic Office if you have not gotten one
-Fall Sports Pre-Season Meeting:
*Any high school student interested in playing a fall sport must attend the sports information meeting on Wednesday August 8th at 6:30pm in the RHS gym with a parent or guardian. High School practices will start August 13 and August 16, 2018.
*Any middle school student interested in playing a fall sport must attend the sports information meeting on Monday August 27th at 6:30pm in the RHS gym. A parent/guardian must attend this meeting with their child. Middle School practices will start August 28, 2018.
SAVE THE DATES-RHS Homecoming 2018 Sept. 13-15, 2018. Cabaret Evening starts the weekend events on Thursday, September 13, 2018 from 7:00 to 8:30pm. Athletic events Friday and Saturday and the Homecoming Dance Saturday. Facebook page: RHS Alumni and Friends.
NEW Scholarship: The Bill Belichick Foundation Scholarship ($5,000) is currently available online to apply. Due Date is June 15, 2018. Award Recipients are notified in the fall. RHS has had two past graduates receive this $5,000 scholarship. Please apply!
Summer Meal Program:
When school lets out, children can lose access to the school breakfasts, lunches, and afterschool snacks or meals they receive during the regular school year. Summer meal programs help fill this gap by providing free meals and snacks to children who might otherwise go hungry. Plus, summer meals are often paired with enrichment activities that keep kids active while they are receiving essential nutrition for their developing brains.
About the Event: This event is open to the public and will promote family fun, while educating families about the Summer Meals Program. We will offer food, ice cream, arts and crafts, bouncy house, face painting, music and more! All are welcome.
Tue, June 26, 2018
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM EDT
LOCATION Main Street Park Rutland, VT 05701