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#WEareRH - Friday, 2/2/18
Special Parent Workshop - Stakeholder night, February 13th
Advisement for 2nd semester will cover a number of sensitive topics which include: bullying, self-injury, suicide prevention/awareness, and alcohol/drug awareness. We feel that these are important topics to discuss with our students in order to raise awareness and educate them about the topics as a whole. The lessons will provide key information about what to do if they're experiencing said issue, who to talk to, and also to let students know that they aren’t alone. Our goal is to break the common misconception that we aren't supposed to talk about these things. These issues are at an all-time high in today's youth, and we want to be proactive in educating our students here at RHHS about them.
These advisement lessons will simply be PowerPoint presentations on each subject that include any combination of facts, misconceptions, discussion starters, informational videos, and processes/procedures that are taken for each type of situation.
We invite you to Stakeholder night, Tuesday February 13th at 6pm. Counselors will be presenting to you some of the information that we are going to go over in these advisement lessons. It is important to us that parents are aware of what we will be covering with the students. We will have a few of our PowerPoint presentations to share with parents and also want it to serve as a night for you all to ask questions that you may have. An important piece of Stakeholder night is also to share with you the specific procedures and protocol that we follow pertaining to each situation. For example- what we do when bullying is reported, what we do when self-harm is reported, etc. We will also provide parents with useful resources that aid when faced with any of these situations.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Congratulations to our STAR student!
Richmond Hill High School senior Kailey Griffith has been named RHHS 2018 PAGE STAR student. Kailey earned this recognition for academic achievement and performance on the SAT. The PAGE STAR program honors Georgia's highest achieving high school seniors and the teachers who have been most instrumental in their academic development.
Georgia Parent Survey
Georgia Parent Survey
The Georgia Parent Survey is modeled after the student survey and contains 24 questions. Parents may complete the survey using their personal computer, smartphone or tablet. For parents that do not have access to the Internet, please come to the west office, and we will gladly provide you the computer and internet access to complete this. Survey responses are anonymous and will be submitted directly to the Georgia Department of Education for analysis. The Georgia Parent Survey is also available in Spanish. Parents may select the Spanish version within the survey. Results from the Georgia Parent Survey will not be available to the public and will not be posted online.
The Georgia Parent Survey link is posted below.
Georgia Parent Survey:http://gshs.gadoe.org/parents
Please take time to share your perspective about RHHS.
Registration for next year is underway
The deadline for paying class dues before prom is February 23rd.
JUNIOR Dues = $35.00 (includes the $5 late fee)
- If the student did not pay freshman ($30) and sophomore ($30) dues, he/she owes $95. Juniors who have dues paid in full receive a prom ticket at no additional cost.
SENIOR = $35.00 (includes the $5 late fee)
- If the student did not pay freshman ($30), sophomore ($30) or junior ($30) dues, he/she owes $125. Students only pay for years that he/she has attended RHHS. Seniors who have dues paid in full receive a prom ticket at no additional cost.
After February 23rd, Juniors and Seniors who have not paid class dues who plan to go to prom will have to purchase their prom ticket separately. Prom tickets, purchased separately from class dues, are $125.
Dues are paid through MyPayments+ - https://www2.mypaymentsplus.com/welcome
AP Test Registration OPEN
Advanced Placement Exam Registration is now open.
Students may register for exams and begin making full or partial payments toward the cost of their AP exams beginning November 1, 2017.
Please visit the following link to register for 2018 AP exams:
The Advanced Placement Program offers services and reasonable accommodations appropriate to students' disabilities. If your child is currently receiving accommodations due to a 504 or an IEP, please contact Tracey Buchner at 912-459-6413 for more information. The deadline to apply for College Board Accommodations is February 23, 2018.
SAT and ACT test dates and registration information
Fee waivers are available for students on free/reduced lunch. Students should talk to their counselor for more information.
Taking care of our students
Counselor information is included below - please never hesitate to let us know if we can be of better support. Email information for each counselor can be found on the RHHS website (http://www.bryan.k12.ga.us/o/rhhs/page/school-counseling--7 )
Rhashida Bunyan: last names A-Davidson
Emily Neff: Davis - Hobby
Wallace Ingram: Hod-Miller
Laine Lynch: Milton-Sa
Saraswati Hendrix: Sc-Z
Jennifer Blanton: Graduation Coach
Jonna Vaughn: Military Family Life Counselor