RHHS Wildcats: News You Can Use
#WEareRH - Weekly Newsletter - May 11, 2020
Curbside collection carnival
Below is a map identifying the drop-off point for each item. All vehicles must enter on WEST CAMPUS and follow the one-way path along the bus ramp. All drop-off points are curbside - a member of the RHHS staff will come to your vehicle to retrieve the item(s) to be returned.
*Important - Seniors only - if you need your chromebook for AP tests, you may keep it and return it to RHHS after AP exams - click this link to let us know you need your chromebook for AP testing.
Student Council Elections
RHHS will hold Student Council Elections in August 2020. If you are interested in running for office, please fill out the Intent to Run form and review the Campaign Guidelines form by August 7, 2020. We will hold a Campaign Meeting on August 10, 2020 to kick off our election process.
Moving this summer? Please let us know...
Each year, we receive requests for student records when students move and transfer schools. Please help us make that transition as easy for you as possible and let us know if you will be withdrawing your child this summer.
Yearbooks have not yet arrived. Once we receive them, we will develop a plan for distribution and notify students/families.
The Herff Jones printing facility had to close temporarily due to the pandemic. The plant is operational now, and our yearbook is back in production. Thanks for your patience and understanding.
Countdown to Graduation 2020
On May 16, the virtual component of the graduation will begin at 8am (a link will be posted to the RHHS website and all available social media sites), and the car rider line portion of the ceremony will take place beginning at 9am. An email with details about graduation has been sent to all parents/guardians of seniors.
Final transcripts will be processed at the end of this semester. Each graduating senior receives one final transcript at no charge. Please click the link below and tell us where to send your final transcript.
AP Exam Changes
Due to the unexpected school closure, College Board has made significant changes to the AP exam process this year. Students will take their exams at home and can complete the exam on a variety of devices. Each test will consist of Free Response Questions and will last approximately 45 minutes. The testing window has been altered as well; AP exams begin May 11 and run through May 22. Please click HERE for more information.
If you have further questions, please contact your child’s AP teacher or our AP coordinator, Mrs. Tanner (firstname.lastname@example.org).
GSU modifying their admission requirements for Summer and Fall
Georgia Southern University first year applicants for Summer 2020 and Fall 2020 are not being required to submit ACT or SAT scores as a requirement of their institution application.
According to University's Office of Admissions website, “First-year students applying to Georgia Southern University for the summer and fall 2020 semesters can be admitted without an ACT or SAT score, if they have a sufficiently high GPA.”
Counselors at RHHS encourage students to stay connected throughout the time of e-learning. Grades are going to matter more than ever without the ACT or SAT being considered for admission at GSU! Official high school transcripts will be used to evaluate a student’s academic performance and will be used in the college admission process. The COVID-19 pandemic has led the College Board and ACT to suspend many upcoming ACT and SAT testing dates. More information about these cancellations can be found at Collegeboard.com and ACT.org.
The University System of Georgia authorized the change that granted GSU prospective first-year students to meet all other admission requirements, including satisfactory completion of the required high school curriculum and all other requested documentation.
Georgia Southern enrollment counselors remain available to assist applicants and prospective students via phone and email.
Please note that the change to waive the test requirement is ONLY for first year applicants. Dual Enrollment applicants must still meet the required scores and GPA as indicated and set forth by the university.
Other universities and colleges throughout the states may or may not be adjusting dates and application criteria. Students and families should visit the school’s website they are interested in to learn about the most current information during this time.
Overdrive E-library Update
De La Cruz-Hicks
College and Career
Military and Family Life
*RHHS Essential information*
7:30am-2:30pm/Buildings open at 7am
Car-rider/parent drop-off information
Bus rider information-
School nutrition information-
Breakfast is not served; Lunch is $2.85
MySchoolBucks - Online Payment Portal
Nurses: Taryn Parker and Denell Foster
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 form - http://www.bryancountyschools.org/o/rhhs/browse/17573