CRHS Student & Family Weekly Update
March 14-18, 2022
Colonel Richardson High School
Nikki VonDenBosch, Principal
Jared Sherman, Assistant Principal
Thomas Jefferson, Dean of Students
Cia North, School Counselor (grades 10 and 12)
Office Phone: 410-479-3678
Google Voice Phone: 301-327-0714 (can receive texts)
Jennifer Reed, School Counselor (grades 9 and 11)
Office Phone: 410-479-3678
Google Voice Phone: 302-272-5313 (can receive texts)
Cindy Saathoff BSN, RN, School Nurse
Office Phone 410-479-3612
Week at a Glance
No School for Students (Professional Development day for Teachers)
Juniors and Seniors- PROM TICKETS are on sale this week during lunches!
Varsity Baseball Scrimmage vs. Delmar 4 pm start
Varsity Softball Scrimmage vs. Delmar 4 pm start
JV Baseball/Softball Scrimmage at Delmar 2:15 pm dismissal, 4:15 pm start
Spirit Day- Hoodie Day
Varsity Softball Scrimmage vs. North Caroline 4pm start
Juniors and Seniors- PROM TICKETS!
Prom tickets will be $25 each, cash or check. Thank you!
The next Prom Committee Meeting is Monday, March 21st, 5:30 pm in the CRHS Media Center.
Tractor Day Shirts and Hats for Sale!
Shirts in sizes Small, Medium, Large, and Extra Large are $10, and XXL shirts are $13.
Hats are $20 and are darker than the one in the picture.
Orders placed by March 16th are guaranteed to be here before Tractor Day (4/8).
Orders can be placed with Cia North email@example.com
or Jodi Callahan firstname.lastname@example.org
PBIS Upcoming Incentives! Earn those TOUGH TAGS!
March 18th - All students that have received a TOUGH Tag will receive movie candy during lunch (in preps for...)
April 1st - Students who have received a TOUGH Tag or been nominated as a TOUGH Student-of-the-Week during Quarter 3 AND have passing grades in all of their classes AND have not received any lunch detentions during Quarter 3 will be invited to a movie event in the auditorium. This is the last day of Q3 and a half day. We will vote on what movie to watch. PBIS will provide the movie and concessions.
Quarter 4 - Students who receive TOUGH Tag or have been nominated as a TOUGH Student-of-the-Week during Quarter 4 AND have passing grades in all of their classes AND have not received any lunch detentions during Quarter 4 will be invited to an outdoor Field Day event towards the end of the year (before graduation!) More details to come!
Cindy Saathoff BSN, R.N.
March is National Nutrition Month and Save your Vision Month. Did you know that your eyes could be the best windows to your health? Your optometrist can tell a lot about your general health by looking into your eyes. Some systemic and chronic diseases, especially diabetes can be detected during a comprehensive eye exam.
Nutrition is a very important part of our daily lives, which is often neglected. An average active teenager needs 2000 calories a day, with 2-3 servings of fruits, 3-5 servings of vegetables, 3 servings of milk and 3-5 servings of lean meats. Having a regular eating routine is essential for a healthy diet and maintaining a healthy weight. Skipping meals can lead to overeating. Healthy eating does not have to be perfect eating, if you make a mistake, no problem, get back on track as soon as possible.
The Wellness Center is here at CRHS on Tuesdays from 7:30-3pm and has been very beneficial to our students.
If you should need a Wellness packet to fill out please contact the health room at 410-479-3612.
Interim Report Cards to be Issued in Printed and Digital Formats
This year, 3rd quarter interim report cards will be delivered to parents in two ways:
Printed paper report card given to students to take home and
Digital report card delivered via email. (The parent/guardian that is listed as a student’s first contact in PowerSchool will receive the email.)
Both delivery methods will continue with the interim and final report cards for the reminder of the school year. For the 2022-2023 school year, we hope to be able to offer parents the ability to opt-out of a printed paper copy.
Families needing to update their contact information in PowerSchool may do so on the CCPS website.
Next Gen. Scholars Mock Interviews
Promoting a healthy and safe environment for ALL students and staff:
CCPS is committed to providing a safe, respectful, nurturing educational environment where the worth and dignity of individuals are valued and their safety and rights are protected. Behaviors that compromise this environment, interfere with school operations, or are otherwise contrary to the basic mission of our public schools will not be tolerated. Bullying, hazing, harassment, or other discrimination affecting a student or a staff member should be reported by a victim, parent/guardian, witness, staff member, or other person having knowledge. Staff members with knowledge of such conduct are required to promptly report it to the building principal.