THIS WEEKS HIGH FIVE: Christina Sacco
Favorite Book: The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
Favorite Quote: “Do good and good will come to you.” (Unknown)
Favorite Subject: AP U.S. Government and Politics
Athletics/Clubs/Activities/Employment: RMHS Volleyball, Letters for Soldiers, Habitat for Humanity, Cradles to Crayons, Tutor, Student Teacher, Babysitter
Plans After Graduation: Christina plans to attend the College of the Holy Cross in the fall.
MISSTER RMHS- Friday, March 18th
We are excited to announce the return of Misster RMHS, the annual comedy-variety show competition featuring original skits written and performed by RMHS students. This event has been a long tradition at RMHS, but hasn’t been able to happen the last two years because of the pandemic. If you’ve never seen a Misster RMHS event, picture something like Saturday Night Live, but with student-generated acts. A few of the students competing in this year's event put together a promo video which you can watch here. The contestants are all competing for the title of Miss or Mister RMHS, and the winner will be crowned at the end of the event.
You’re invited to join us this Friday, March 18 at 7:00 pm in the RMHS Performing Arts Center for an evening of original skits written and performed by RMHS students. Please note - all are welcome, but the acts were written by high school students and feature their brand of humor, so it might not be appropriate for children under the age of 13.
Tickets can be purchased in advance for $10 online here or at all three lunches this week, or for $15 at the door.
We hope to see you there!
MCAS SCHEDULE- Important Arrival Times for all Grades
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RMLS 5th Annual Art Contest
The Reading Municipal Light Department (RMLD) is excited to kick off its 5th annual art contest for high school students in Reading, North Reading, Wilmington, and Lynnfield Center. The RMLD has been distributing electricity to the residents and businesses in these communities for over 125 years.
The contest is an opportunity for participating students to receive community service hours and a chance to be recognized for their artwork. Up to five winners will be selected, and each will receive a gift card for qualified school or art supplies. One or more of the winning submissions will be featured on the cover of RMLD’s 2021 Annual Report.
The theme of this year’s contest is VERSATILITY. Any two dimensional art medium will be accepted. Artwork is due by Friday, March 25th. More info is available here: https://bit.ly/rmldhsart22.
STUDENT EVENT CONTRACTS
Class of 22 (Seniors) https://forms.gle/wmmUTLkMCXrGJM7v5
Class of 23 (Juniors) https://forms.gle/hCbx4UwmnddiHiUSA
Class of 24 (Sophomores) https://forms.gle/gKZyAYHXPPFZMhUDA
Class of 25 (Freshmen) https://forms.gle/Et4VmavbK5GL2H7M8