Daily Announcements 9/18/2018
September 18, 2018
All students are reminded to check your school email on a daily basis for messages.
Attention sophomores, juniors, and seniors– It’s time to start Model UN for this year! Students who are interested MUST attend ONE of two meetings this week– this Thursday (the 20th) before school at 7:30am, or Friday (the 21st) after school at 3:15, both in Mr. Bruhl’s room (R-28). This year we will again have an essay contest to choose who will be on the team. Everyone who is interested must attend, even if you have been on the team before. Spread the word, and we will see you there!
SENIORS: !! Many of you have yet to complete your Senior DIPLOMA Form. Stop by
The Guidance Office and complete one as the order for diplomas will be made soon.
Deadline is no later than Fri., October 5.
Seniors – The Guidance Department will be hosting a senior information night for all seniors interested in going to college. Students, as well as families, are invited. We will go over the college application process, talk about a timeline, financial aid, choosing a college and give you a chance to ask questions.
Please join us on September 27th at 5:00 in the Theater (the hour prior to the start of Open House).
Please contact the guidance office if you have any questions.
VSAC Grant Application forms and a booklet on Educational Loans are available in the Guidance Office. Seniors, stop by and pick up a copy of each of these.
Seniors: If you are interested in representing RHS in the Halloween Parade as Pumpkin Prince or Princess please sign up in the Main office by Friday 9/21/18, you must be available on 10/10 at 7PM for interviews and 10/27 at 6PM for the Parade
SAT Testing and SAT Subject Testing PRACTICE Booklets as well as ACT Practice Booklets have arrived in the Guidance Office. Stop by and pick up a free copy.
The PSAT (Practice SAT) will be held at school on Wednesday, October 17th.
If you would like to sign up for this opportunity you can sign up with Mrs. Carpenter in the Guidance office starting September 17th. The cost for the test is $25.00. We prefer cash if possible. If you have any questions, please contact anyone in the guidance office.
Students: If you are having difficulty logging into Infinite Campus, please see Ms. Badgley in the Main Office
Attention all Freshman!!!! Become active in your school community and governance. Petitions for Class Officers for the Class of 2022 will be available in the Main Office starting Monday September 17th. Completed petitions & speeches must be turned in to your class advisors (Mrs. Bullock & Mr. Crewdson) by 3:15 PM Friday September 28th. If you have any questions, talk to Mr. Aday (Red 15), Mrs. Haskell (White 15), Mrs. Bullock (White 13) or Mr. Crewdson (White 24)
The Gymnasium at RHS is now closed for floor renovations
Attention all PE students:
- Enter through the back door of the locker rooms to get changed
2. Meet in the lobby for attendance after changing.
RHS students….looking for full or part time work read or listen to announcements in this space on a daily basis. Or visit the “Job Wall” in room Red 29 at your own convenience. Any questions can be directed to Ms. Marsh, Ms. Pomeroy or Mr. Wright located in that room.
-First up are job opportunities at Sugar and Spice, Hannafords, Tenney Brook market, Ninety Nine steakhouse and The Meadows an Assisted Living Home.
From the Cafeteria: Any students who had carryover free meal eligibility from last year who have not submitted a new application please do so by the end of September. Letters were mailed home to those families whose eligibility will expire. Also, any 9th grade students who had attended Rutland Middle School and had carryover eligibility will need to begin paying for meals on October 1 if an application has not been submitted. Please see Mrs. Moore in the Support Services office with any questions.
RHS is excited to offer a free afterschool meal option for ALL RHS students. Food will be available Monday through Friday 3:15pm-3:45pm in the cafeteria. Menu changes weekly. For more information please contact Lorin Gides ph. 770-1046 email@example.com.
The Homework Center and Afterschool tutoring are available Monday through Friday 3:15pm-5:30pm in the RHS Library. Student enrollment forms and tutoring schedules are available in the guidance office or in the library after school. There is no cost for the EPIC Afterschool Program. A late bus will run at 5:00 for students living within Rutland City. Students must be enrolled in the EPIC program to ride the bus. Please contact Mrs. Gides for additional information ph 770-1046 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chess club meets on Wednesdays and Thursdays in Mrs. Siliski’s room from 3:15-4:15
Love to cook? Look for lots of upcoming activities – at no cost to students!!
-Wednesday, September 19 – Food Fusion with Yoshi Aday – Chicken Fajitas(with a special secret ingredient!!)
-Tuesday, September 18 – Everyday Chef – Perfecting Pasta with Grace Davy.
Encore Theatre – First meeting is Monday Sept. 17 at 3:20. Everyone in Encore please plan to attend. New members are always welcome.
Production meeting for everyone planning to work backstage on The Arabian NIghts is Tuesday Sept. 18th during flex.
First read through of The Arabian Nights is Thurs. Sept. 20th from 4-6. Actors And tech. are expected to attend. See Mrs. Archer with conflicts.
-Project Vision RHS will have its first meeting of the year Monday, Sept. 17, during FLEX in Ms. Green’s room (Red 23). Come and be a part of making RHS the healthiest, safest, and most community-minded high school in VT through community service and working with Rutland’s Project Vision.
-New Neighbors, a club devoted to ensuring life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness for all people, meets on Fridays during FLEX in White 25.
-Interested in taking action against issues of inequity or engaging in insightful discussions on intersectional feminism? The RHS Feminism Club is meeting on Thursday Sept. 20 during FLEX in White 27 (Mrs. Davine’s room). We welcome all!!
-Book club brings fun books and friends together. Join book club Fridays, after school in the library
3:30 PM BOYS and GIRLS VARSITY GOLF @ Proctor Pittsford dismissed at 2:15PM bus leaves 2:30PM
4:00 PM GIRLS VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY vs. South Burlington
4:30 PM BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER vs. Middlebury
4:30 PM Boys and Girls VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY @ Brattleboro dismissed at 1:30PM bus leaves 1:45PM
4:30 PM GIRLS JV-B SOCCER @ Mt. Anthony dismissed at 1:45PM bus leaves 2:00PM
5:30 PM GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY vs. South Burlington
6:00 PM BOYS VARSITY SOCCER vs. Middlebury
Yearbooks for 2019 are on sale for only $45! Hurry and buy yours at this super discounted price at: http://tinyurl.com/talisman2019
-Please email me pictures of spring sports, Prom 2018, graduation and YES Plan activities 2018 for next year’s yearbook!!
-Seniors – You need to get your name form, and senior quote into Mrs. Renfrow asap!! Senior pictures are due at the beginning of November. If you haven’t picked up your informational forms yet, please stop by White 16 this week or download the Senior Summer Handout here https://tinyurl.com/rhsseniorsinfo .
Students who are interested in visiting with college representatives who will begin their visits to RHS this week, should stop by the Guidance Office and sign up and receive a pass to attend.
The representatives will be in the Guidance Office.
Upcoming College Representative Visits:
|Catholic University (Washington, DC)||Tues.||Sept. 18||9:15|
|St. Anselm College (NH)||Tues.||Sept.18||10:30|
|Utica College (NY)||Wed.||Sept. 19||9:15|
|Union College||Wed.||Sept. 19||11:00|
|Green Mountain College –
Killington School of Resort Management
|SUNY- Potsdam||Fri.,||Sept. 21||11:00|
|UMaine – Farmington||Fri.,||Sept. 21||8:30|
|University of Vermont||Mon.||Sept. 24||9:00|
|St. Lawrence University (NY)||Tues.||Sept 25||9:30|
|Colby College (Maine)||Thurs.||Sept. 27||10:15|
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