Community Miller's Minutes
April 10, 2023
What's Going On At RHS
4/17 - Welcome Back
4/20 - Spring Art Show
4/21 - Gael Cup
4/26 - Financial Aid Night
Need a Tux For The Prom
Chromebooks…Please Handle with Care!
We have seen an uptick in damage to Chromebooks, both accidental and intentional. Please remind and reinforce with your student at home that their Chromebook is the property of the Roxbury Public School District, and they are responsible for the appropriate use and stewardship thereof during their time in Roxbury.
Intentional/avoidable damage that cannot be repaired on-site may result in fines and holds placed on your Genesis account. As a reminder, Chromebook insurance does not cover intentional damage. Additionally, due to a higher-than-usual volume of repairs, loaners may not be available while the device is being repaired/replaced. This can lead to a gap in learning and the additional stress of completing make-up assignments. Let's avoid all of this by taking good care of those Chromebooks.
Project Graduation T-Shirt Design Contest
RHS Hall Of Fame Ceremony
Lake Hopatcong Block Party Volunteers Needed
Dear Roxbury High School Students...
The Lake Hopatcong Block Party celebrates all facets of Lake Hopatcong life by bringing visitors together with businesses, non-profit organizations, community groups, crafters, and food vendors for a community day like no other, featuring activities, raffles, giveaways, a children’s scavenger hunt, and more. This year’s Block Party is set to take place on Saturday May 20 from 10-4pm.
Hundreds of folks join us each year to volunteer, and as the Block Party grows, so does our need for help! Whether you enjoy giving back, meeting new people, or have community service hours to fulfill for school or work, the Block Party is an excellent volunteer opportunity. Our volunteers rave about the camaraderie, fun, and fulfillment that comes from spending a few hours helping the Lake Hopatcong Foundation organize the lake’s lakeside gathering (and there’s a t-shirt in it for you)!
Example Block Party jobs include helping with setup and breakdown, greeting vendors and guests, educating and entertaining children with games and activities, assisting with the free boat rides, coordinating the scavenger hunt, stamping Adventure Program passports, selling 50/50 raffle tickets, corralling cars in the parking lot, and more (much more)! Want to help but aren’t around on May 20? More and more of the Block Party is setup the Friday before, and any amount of time you can give is a big help!
Here’s the link to sign-up and help us: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040e44a4a723a1f49-20221#/
Groups that want to work together are very welcome! If you are part of a school, scout, or civic group, be sure to leave that information in the “comment” section when signing up. Questions? Call Caitlin at 973-663-2500.
Special Education Parent Advisory Committee Meeting
SAVE THE DATE
Check out this week's Student Spotlight. This week's Student Spotlight is on Hailey "Lil Red" Errichiello.