RHHS Wildcats News You Can Use
#WEARERH 11/6/20 #WEARERH
News and Notes from the Principal
November is here and this week has certainly brought a chill to the air! This week we concluded our College Knowledge Activities with a Virtual College Fair, Sr. Graduation Orders and ASVAB Testing for those interested. This coming week is a bit shorter than normal as all students/staff observe Veterans Day, Wednesday, November 11, 2020.
Final Exams & Exam Exemption
Final exams will be administered on Thursday, December 17 and Friday, December 18 during the first two blocks of each day. Students have the opportunity to exempt some or all of their exams based on grades, discipline and being clear of obligations. Each week, advisors check the Obligations List to remind students to take care of any detentions they need to serve, forms they need to return or fines/fees that are owed. We have many students (eLearners and face-to-face) on the Obligations List because they have not returned the Demographic Sheet and Health Card. Please check with your child’s advisor to be sure he or she is clear of the Obligations List. Extra forms can be picked up in the office.
BCS eLearning & Tradition School Transfer Information
Bryan County Schools will continue offering traditional and e-Learning school environments, January through May. Except for those students who have not met the e-Learning requirements, all students will remain in their present environments unless a transfer form (see below) is submitted online.
For those who want to transfer to a different learning environment, our open transfer window begins now and will remain open until midnight on Friday, November 6th. Please understand that approved transfers will not go into effect until January 6th.
Due to the possible large number of students changing environments, in January we could see significant class changes at the middle school and elementary school levels. You will be notified by December 18th, if your child(ren)’s classes are changed.
If you wish to transfer to a different environment, please click on the appropriate link below and complete the brief questionnaire. IMPORTANT: If you want your child(ren) to remain in their current learning environment no action is needed.
Health & Safety Reminders:
- If your student is not feeling well, please do NOT send them to school. With concurrent learning they have the opportunity to take advantage of the curriculum even when not present - they can log into their google meets.
- Face Coverings are to be worn at ALL times while on campus, when lunch is not being consumed.
- Congregation before/after school is strongly discouraged. If we want to maintain in-person schooling it is important that we ALL work together to make this happen.
- If your child is unable to attend school due to COVID-related symptoms please be sure to contact the school to speak with the nurse: (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org) - All attendance related notes should be submitted to Ms. Carolyn Oetjen via email at (email@example.com)
- eLearners are expected to follow the same schedule and meet the same expectations regarding timely arrival, interactions, assignment completion, etc. as their in-person counterparts.
Counselors have now started senior meetings. Seniors are to schedule their own meetings with their counselor via pick-a-time. These will be held at various times of the day. Please keep in mind it is the senior who chooses the time and schedules their appointment. Seniors are responsible for remembering their scheduled appointment, and excusing themselves from class for the meeting. To avoid repeated interruptions, counselors will not be calling into classrooms for seniors to make their appointment. Click Here and reserve your time at the bottom left hand side of the webpage.
College Knowledge Month - Virtual Visits Showcase
“College Knowledge Month” Virtual Visits Showcase
Click the link above to learn more about the upcoming schedule for virtually visiting colleges during the months of October & November.
Wildcat Pride Teacher of the Week
Athletic Ticketing - Go Fan
"Click Here"to see our upcoming Athletic Events for the week, and purchase tickets. Richmond Hill High School and Richmond Hill Athletics are excited to announce the use of Go Fan for our sporting events. Go Fan allows all event spectators to purchase tickets prior to events, or at the gate through your mobile device, avoid long lines, and limit person to person contact.
Calling all RH baseball fans!
Just in time for the holidays, shop our Nine Line store and have all of your merchandise shipped directly to you! Orders must be received by Monday, November 16th.
All students parking on campus, including dual enrolled students must have a parking permit.
"Click Here" to access the student parking permit information and application for 20-21SY.
Regular Sale Permits: $65.00
Qualifications to Purchase a Parking Permit during the Regular time periods:
- Not on Obligations List
- Passing or passed at least 75% of classes
*Students with more than 6 absences and/or tardies (for second semester, 19-20) will be able to purchase a parking permit with a signed attendance contract. The attendance contracts will be made available to those students who must have this in order to purchase a parking permit.
*Students who do not meet the Academic expectations will be able to purchase parking permits beginning the second nine weeks. All of the above qualifications must continue to be met in order to apply at the second nine weeks and purchase a parking permit for $65.00.
Military and Family Life
RHHS Essential Information
7:30am-2:30pm/Buildings open at 7am
Certificates of Enrollment
Car-rider/parent drop-off information
Bus rider information-
Bus Routes - (Make sure to check back as updates to routes may occur)
School nutrition information-
Breakfast $1.85; Lunch $2.85 (Meals are free to ALL students for 20-21 SY)
- MySchoolBucks - Online Payment Portal
- eLearner Meal Information
- BCS Free or Reduced Price Meals Application - English
- BCS Free or Reduced Price Meals Application - Spanish
Questions regarding remaining lunch balances should be directed to Carole Knight (School Nutrition Director) firstname.lastname@example.org/912-459-5121
If you should need to discuss health information at length, please call to schedule a meeting. All clinic forms are available on the high school website. Inhalers and epi pens that are carried by the student must have forms completed by their physician.
Clinic forms - "Click Here"