March 10, 2023
Dear Guardians and Parents,
Please save the date March 23rd for the Shoot for Success Family Night. Food trucks arrive at 5:00 and student recognitions begin at 6:00. We are looking forward to connecting with our families. NAMI, Keystone, and a Literacy showcase will also be part of the evening! More details to come.
Students will be taking quarter 3 Benchmarks so teachers are able to make informed decisions about their instruction. These assessments are not counted in your child's average; however, it is important for us to have an accurate measure of what they know. Please encourage giving their best!
Tuesday will start the last quarter of the 22-23 school year. Habit #3 is Putting First Things First... We want all students to make a plan and set a goal to finish the year strong. Quarter 4 will be spent teaching the remainder of the standards, reviewing material, and test prep for May. This will be a busy 45 days!
Tutoring will continue this Wednesday and Thursday. Please click on the Google Form if your child will be attending. IF you have not completed the form and need transportation, it will not be available this coming week. We must give transportation time to map out routes since we have students who may not live near each other. For those parents that completed the form last week, transportation will be provided.
We will not be doing the rotating schedule anymore this year, so students should begin their day in Core 1.
Have a wonderful weekend!
SIC Meeting Monday March 13th @ 5:30 (This is a change from Tuesday nights)
Women's History Month
March is Women's History Month and we are proud to join the national effort in celebrating and highlighting the many achievements of women.
Our schools are celebrating Women's History Month with activities and lessons that will lift up significant women in the history of our community, state, and nation. Additionally, the achievements of women are a part of our year-long curriculum.
Throughout this month we will share stories and highlights celebrating Women's History Month from some of our schools. We invite you to follow along with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
The RRMS Orchestra competed at the Concert Performance Assessment on Tuesday and received an Excellent rating!
Ms. Wogon's class
Daylight Saving Time begins
Rock Hill community members are invited to connect with Superintendent Dr. Tommy Schmolze through this new event series.
Hear more about the district’s direction and priorities or drop by to share ideas with district leaders.
Dr. Schmolze will address the crowd and answer submitted questions for the first portion of the night and then have individual conversations with guests for the duration of the event.
RSVP or submit a question: https://rock-hill.jotform.com/222834485162054
Events will be held from 6 to 7 p.m.
Can't make it? Save the Date for the next event (additional locations TBD)
- March 23 at Sullivan Middle School
- April 19 at Saluda Trail Middle School
Parent Volunteers Needed
If you are interested, please complete the form below and complete the RHSD volunteer application here: https://securevolunteer.com/Rock-Hill-School-District/home. We look forward to partnering with you to make our students' educational experience more meaningful!
Thank you so much!
See Something, Say Something
If you want to submit a See Something, Say Something tip, you can do it right from your laptop or cell phone. Log into your LaunchPad and click the tip icon or report it through the school’s app. Tips can be submitted anonymously if you leave the contact information fields blank but make sure to include enough details – like school, names or classes - so the school can follow up on the tip.
Option two: Need to report a tip to our tip line? Did you know you can do it right from your laptop or phone? Just log into LaunchPad on your laptop or download the school’s app to submit a completely anonymous tip.
The tip line is available in our school’s app or on our website at: https://www.rock-hill.k12.sc.us/site/Default.aspx?PageID=6778
Ms. Atkinson is the school counselor for students in the 6th grade.
Dr. McNeal is the school counselor for students in the 7th grade.
Mrs. Cunningham is the school counselor for students in the 8th grade.