RHS September Newsletter

September 1, 2021

The First Week

It has been great to see our students and staff back at RHS, working together, for full-in-person learning. The students have done a terrific job transitioning to an early school-day start, reestablishing their learning routines, and learning everyone's favorite electronic system, e-hall pass! Our staff is energized seeing all of our students back for full-in person learning to start the year and we are very excited to have the opportunity to teach your children this year.


We want to hear from our students and families throughout the year with any feedback you have. Please reach out to us by calling the main office or sending any of our staff an email.

September & October Save the Dates!

September


9/3 No School Labor Day Weekend

9/6 No School Labor day Weekend

9/9 School Picture Day

9/10 Senior Assembly- Naviance & College Process (2nd Period)

9/11 Saturday School 9:00 AM-12:00 PM

9/15 Back to School Night for Parents 6:30 PM

9/20 College Bootcamp for Seniors 6:15 PM

9/24 Pink-out Day for Breast Cancer Awareness

9/25 Saturday School 9:00 AM-12:00 PM

9/26 Breast Cancer Awareness Walk

9/27 Spirit Week Begins

9/27-9/29 Dicennial NEASC Accreditation Visit


October


10/1 Term 1 Progress Reports Available

10/1 Pep Rally

10/1 Homecoming Football Game

10/2 SAT Testing @ RHS

10/2 Homecoming Dance

10/8 No School- Staff Professional Development

10/11 No School-Columbus Day

10/13 PSAT Testing for Gr. 10 and Gr. 11 Students (Late start for Gr. 9 and 12 students)

10/13 Financial Aid Night 6:30 PM

10/15 Ask a Faculty Member About College

10/16 Saturday School 9:00 AM- 12:00 PM

10/20 Gr.8 Open House 6:30 PM

10/21 School Picture Make-Up Day

10/21 Early Release @ 11:20 AM for Staff Professional Development

10/23 Project Pumpkin

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News From the Guidance Office

Senior Postsecondary Planning Information

Whether your child is considering further education beyond high school, employment or military service, we want to encourage you to continue to take an active role in helping him/her plan for the future.


You can be assured that counselors will do their best to make this a productive and positive year. When students, parents, and school personnel work together toward a common goal, good things happen. Two-way communication is especially important - whether it be through in-person meetings, phone calls, emails or Google Meets.


We will be holding a Senior Assembly on September 10th to discuss the college application process and are excited that we will be able to host our in-person College Application Bootcamp in person on September 20th. Details will be given to students at the assembly.


We will also host a Financial Aid Night for parents on October 13th - even if you have attended a session in the past, changes in financial aid make it worth your while to attend. We hope to host a FAFSA help night for parents in the fall as well. Details on these events will be shared in September. Here is a helpful financial aid timeline for seniors.


Guidance counselors will be posting information in their Guidance Google classrooms throughout the year. We hope the following information and resources will be helpful for students and families:


Important Dates for the Class of 2022

RHS Senior General Information


For Students Planning to Apply to a Four-Year College

Senior college planning calendar

Who Does What in the College Application Process


For Students considering Trade/Technical/Vocational School, Military, Employment

Alternatives to College

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RHS Back to School Paperwork

On the first day of school, students will receive the following handouts in their period A class.


  1. Parent Contact/Dismissal Card
  2. Student Cell Phone Contact Sheet
  3. Student Handbook Contract Sheets



Please complete the first day of school paperwork no later than Tuesday, September 7th.


This year we are asking families to update any changes to your family’s personal contact information and emergency contact information by viewing their information in X2 Aspen and then making any changes using the electronic form below.


First, please review the information in X2.


  1. Log in to your X2 Aspen Account. https://ma-rockland.myfollett.com/aspen/logon.do
  2. Select the Family Top Tab.
  3. Select the Details Side Tab.
  4. Review all of the information.

If there are no changes, you do not need to do anything further. If you need to make changes to your personal contact information or emergency contact information, please fill out the form by clicking here. Please note we will still need families to complete and return the Parent Contact/Dismissal Cards which contain important medical information.

Welcome to New RHS Staff!

Greg Banks

Rockland High School welcomes Gregory Banks as a job coach in the Transitions Program. Mr. Banks graduated from Bridgewater State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in History. Since 2013 Greg Banks has worked as a paraprofessional at the Rogers Middle School. In his time at Rogers Middle School, Mr. Banks has served as a long-term substitute teacher and Remote Learning Teacher. Greg has also served as an assistant coach on the high school baseball staff.


Steven Bergman

Rockland High School is pleased to announce Mr. Steven Bergman who will join the Rockland Public Schools as a music teacher at Rogers Middle School and Rockland High School. Mr. Bergman will teach chorus, serve as the choral director, and be the director of the fall play and spring musical. Mr. Bergman has previously worked as a choral and drama teacher at Dedham High School, the Littleton Public Schools, and the Chapel Hill Chauncy Hall School.


Daniel Gately

Rockland High School welcomes Mr. Daniel Gately who will join the World Language Department as a Spanish Teacher. Mr. Gately graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and has previously worked as a Language and Cultural Ambassador in Spain and as a substitute teacher at the Boston Collegiate Charter School. He will teach Spanish I and Spanish II.


Nicole Kubek

Rockland High School is excited to welcome Ms. Nicole Kubek who will work as a paraprofessional in the library and in math inclusion classes. Ms. Kubek graduated from College of Saint Rose with a major in education and a concentration in English. Nicole has previously worked as the Center Director at Knowledge Universe where she hired, trained, and mentored new teachers.


Kylie McKenna

Rockland High School is excited to welcome Rockland High School alum, Kylie McKenna to the Science Department. Kyle graduated from Suffolk University with a Bachelor of Biochemistry and received her Masters of Education in Secondary Science at the High Meadows Graduate School of Teaching and Learning. Kylie completed her student teaching at the Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School and taught in the Rockland High School Summer School Program this past summer.


Diana Newcomb

Rockland High School is pleased to welcome Ms. Diana Newcomb who will transition from Rogers Middle School to Rockland High School as a Physical Education Teacher. Ms. Newcomb has worked for the Rockland Public Schools since 2004 and brings a wealth of experience as a teacher, coach, and now Department Head. She will serve as the K-12 Department Head for Physical Education, Health, Family & Consumer Science, and Construction Technology.


Guiping Zhang

Rockland High School welcomes Ms. Guiping Zhang who will teach AP Physics, College Preparatory Physics, and Engineering this year. Ms. Zhang earned her doctoral degree from Nanjing University in China where she majored in Physics. Ms. Zhang has worked as a Research Associate and Associate Scientist where she has researched electronic and mechanical properties of graphene and other materials.

RHS Back to School Night September 15th

Here is information regarding Rockland High School's Annual Open House/ Back to School Night which will be held on Wednesday, September 15, 2021 beginning at 6:30 pm. The evening begins with an opening session in the auditorium where the administration will provide welcoming remarks to parents and guardians. Immediately after, parents follow their child’s seven-period school schedule. Please bring your child's schedule with you or fill out the attached template in advance. Back to School Night is a great event for parents to meet their child's teachers, learn about academic expectations for the upcoming school year, and walk the building! As a reminder, parents/guardians need to wear a mask, as the event is held indoors.

Breakfast and Lunch Menu's

Below are links to the school breakfast and lunch menus for September. As a reminder breakfast and lunch are free for all students. We will be working to increase the variety offered in the lunch room starting next week.

First Day of School Student Assembly Video

On Monday, August 30th, students watched a virtual assembly video to learn about expectations for the upcoming school year. To watch, please view below.
RHS First Day of School Video Final 8 30 21
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DECENNIAL ACCREDITATION VISIT TO BE CONDUCTED BY THE COMMISSION ON PUBLIC SCHOOLS

6 educators will conduct an on-site Initial or Decennial Accreditation visit of Rockland Senior High School on September 27th through September 29th. The Accreditation visit will be conducted under the direction of the Commission on Public Schools of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.


The purpose of this Accreditation visit is to review and determine from an outside professional viewpoint the extent to which the school is aligned with the Standards for Accreditation. As part of the assessment, the visiting team will meet with all school constituents, review the school’s Self-Reflection, visit a number of classes, and examine examples of student work submitted by the school. During the comprehensive Self-Reflection, the faculty attempted to identify the school's strengths and determined those areas in which changes would be beneficial.


The purpose of visiting Rockland High School is to assist the faculty in its pursuit of quality education for its students. The members of the visiting team are contributing their services to the school. This spirit of professional collaboration is one of the noted features of the New England Association. The goal of an Accreditation visit is to stimulate a continuing drive for improvement in the school. The members of the visiting team are teachers and administrators from a variety of schools in the New England area.


The New England Association of Schools and Colleges is a voluntary membership organization of more than 2,000 public schools, colleges and universities, independent schools, and vocational, technical, and career institutions. Of these, over 725 schools have been accredited through the Association's Commission on Public Schools. The Commission works with individual public schools to improve the quality of education through a continuous process of Accreditation and evaluation.

Academic Hallway of Excellence

This summer we created a Hallway of Academic Excellence to showcase the department awards our seniors have earned since 2013! Let’s work hard to get your name on one of these plaques!! The plaques are proudly displayed in the hallway adjacent to the main office.
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RHS Student Handbook

Students and families are strongly encouraged to review the 2021-2022 Student Handbook. The handbook is located electronically here.


Below are a few important reminders about our school attendance policy.

  • Students arriving after 7:55 am must report to the main office and receive a tardy slip before they will be allowed admittance to their assigned classroom.

  • A student who accumulates 7 or more days of unexcused absences from school for a semester class and/or 14 or more days of unexcused absences from school for a full-year class will lose academic credit for those classes. Grades earned from the course are not affected by a loss of credit. The course grade will appear on a student’s transcript but without credit. A student is eligible to participate in a Credit Recovery Process to receive the credits.

  • Please note a student is considered absent in a particular class after 20 minutes from when the period begins. The administration may assign a Saturday detention for any students who exceed 5 unexcused tardies per term.

  • Medical notes need to be provided to the main office within one week of the date of the absence.

  • Absences, Tardies, and Dismissals are excused for the following reasons:

    • Medical Situations - physician’s note

    • Bereavement – parental contact

    • Religious observance – parental contact

    • Professional appointments that could not be scheduled outside the regular school day (i.e., court appointments) -parental contact

    • Field trips or other school-sanctioned event/activity

    • College visits approved ahead of time by guidance


Please be sure to review all school-wide policies.

School Safety Reminders

On the first day of school, the administration and faculty reviewed procedures with students regarding fire evacuations, stay in place, lockdown, and ALICE procedures. If anyone has any questions, please contact our School Resource Officer Ethan Schnabel, Assistant Principal Kathy Paulding, or Principal John Harrison.


Students should be reminded at the home of the importance of not opening the doors for anyone and never propping a door open during, before, or after school.


We do not allow student dismissals over the phone. Dismissal notes need to be provided in the morning the student is being dismissed. If there is an illness, the dismissal must be coordinated through the school nurse.


In addition, student tardiness and dismissals should be limited. Students should come to school with all of their belongings as parent drop-offs lead to interruptions into the classroom as well as frequent entrances into the building. Last year, we had a few Dunkin Donut iced coffee deliveries which we could not deliver!

Captain's Workshop Held for Student Leaders

On Tuesday, August 3rd, Rockland High School Athletic Director Gary Graziano organized a Captain's Leadership Conference held in the Library Media Center. During the workshop, Mr. John Harrison (RHS Principal), Mr. Daniel Kimball (RHS Teacher and Boys Varsity Soccer Coach), Mr. Nicholas Liquori (RHS Teacher, Varsity Football Coach, and Freshmen Basketball Coach), Ms. Diana Newcomb (RHS Teacher & Department Head K-12 for Physical Education, Health, FCS, and Construction Technology, and Varsity Basketball Coach), and Ms. Kathy Paulding (Assistant Principal) spoke to students on the role of a captain in the Rockland community.


Mr. Liquori reviewed the universal qualities of a team captain. He highlighted the desire to compete at a high level as a characteristic of a captain and the importance of valuing a team, even in the face of defeat.


Some of the key takeaways from the workshop included the following:


Mr. Harrison had the students reflect on their own leadership, emphasizing different leadership styles, including leading by example and being vocal leaders. He shared the 4 C's of leading by example- commitment, confidence, composure, and character. He also shared the best way to be a vocal leader: focusing on serving, building the team's confidence, refocusing the team, and building a team culture. Captains completed a self-assessment tool that will serve as a valuable checklist.


Mr. Kimball went over the Captain's Duties, Expectations, and Responsibilities with student leaders. Mr. Kimball emphasized the importance of representing the school inside and outside the school day, leading by example, showing respect for all members of an athletic contest, supporting the coach, and mentoring younger team members. Mr. Kimball challenged the captains to know every player on the team well.


Ms. Newcomb spoke to students about the job description of a captain. She shared how much she loves the community and cherishes her role as a teacher and coach, helping student-athletes learn to be good captains. Through her own life story, she emphasized the importance of serving as a positive role model, one of the primary roles of a captain.


Ms. Paulding and the students discussed the "12 Simple Yet Significant Daily Do's for Leaders." Ms. Paulding simplified the message to the students to motivate them to think about the role of the captain in the community, sharing that watching out for teammates to make sure they are making responsible decisions is part of the role of a captain.



The following projected captain's successfully completed the initial workshop:


Monalisa Almeida

Mikayla Andre

Sydney Blaney

Carter Burke

Emma Burns

Emma Cameron

Peter Celestino

Kameron Christ

Jacob Coulstring

Shane Daly

Julia Elie

Jessica Esposito

Margaret Flaherty

Thomas Gallagher

Sean Geary

Madison Hermeneau

Hannah Higgins

Charlie Kelleher

Carolayne Lage

Lucas Leander

Shea MacDougall

Darcy McGuirk

Madison Murphy

Gavin Norton

Emma Radzik

Logan Rogers

Madison Smith

Jordan Stec


Mr. Graziano concluded the workshop by having student-athletes sign a contract. Then, everyone enjoyed pizza and salad! We are looking forward to having a great year of athletics within the community.

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After School Support Program

The After School Support Program is presently offered Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays in the scheduled rooms listed below from 2:45-4:15 PM. Any student is welcome to report to these locations to get academic work done!


Mondays

2:45-4:15 PM

Ms. Leighton

Room 235


Tuesdays

2:45-4:15 PM

Ms. Coulombe

Room 210


Wednesdays

2:45-4:15 PM

Ms. Launie

Room 217


Services offered:

  • Make up academic work, including quizzes and tests, in a structured learning environment.

  • Redeem lost credit due to extended absences through the school's credit recovery program.

  • Quiet place to complete academic coursework before extracurricular activity or event.

Saturday School Information


Saturday School is held on select Saturdays each month from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM. Students may arrive and stay for any length of time to make up missed assignments, quizzes, and/or tests to improve grades. This is also a great chance to get extra help or support on upcoming projects or essays. Please notify teachers in advance that you will be attending so that your assignments are waiting for you. Contact Dan Kimball with any questions: dkimball@rocklandschools.org


Term 1
✱September 11 (Saturday School)

✱ September 25 (Saturday School)

✱ October 16 (Saturday School)


Term 2
✱ November 13 (Saturday School)

✱ November 20 (Saturday School)
✱ December 11 (Saturday School)

✱ January 8 (Saturday School)

Term 3
✱ February 5 (Saturday School)

✱ February 19 (Saturday School)
✱ March 5 (Saturday School)

✱ March 19 (Saturday School)

Term 4

✱ April 9 (Saturday School)

✱ April 30 (Saturday School)

✱ May 14 (Saturday School)

✱ June 4 (Saturday School)

SGC Camp & Band Camps Held!

RHS held its annual Student Government Council Camp on Monday, August 16th through Wednesday, August 18th. The first two days of the camp focused on team building and bonding and the third day included a collaboration day with the Band Camp to work on student leadership skills. Students were able to improve communication, teamwork, and leadership skills as well as bond as a council. SGC facilitated student-run workshops and even a workshop led by RHS SGC alumni. Maddie Smith hosted a workshop that focused on communication. Ngan Nguyen ran a workshop that narrowed in on listening skills and teamwork. Maria Pala organized a workshop with a focal point of logic and communication to complete a common goal.


Some of the highlights of the camp were:


  • Self-improvement Leadership Workshop

  • Time management workshop

  • Discussion of fundraisers

  • Space tag activity

  • Committee Chants

  • Committee War Games featuring Crack an Egg, Oreo Minute to Win it, and Water Balloon Toss

  • A Scavenger Hunt


The following students participated in SGC Camp this year.


Chelsea Amaral, Avery Burke, Joshua Campoverde, Benjamin Carpine, Nicole Cedrone, Emily Costa, Emilee Dunham, Kaileigh Fulton, Simon Ghebremariam,Callie Gillan, Shannon Gustin, Ava Hagan, Logan Hatch, Nevaeh Jolliemore, Olivia Jones, Megan Joyce, Ava LaBollita, Carolayne Lage, Sophie Levy, Madison Lorgeree, Abbie Loughlin, Mary McPartlin, Corinne Medford, Lina Nassif, Ngan Nguyen, Maria Pala, Rose Ripley, Madison Smith, Hope Sylvester, and Evonne Woodfin.


Students are encouraged to get involved with Student Government Council throughout the school year. To join Student Government Council, please contact advisors Ms. Bartoloni (kbartoloni@rocklandschools.org) and Ms. Penney (kpenney@rocklandschools.org). A special thank you to advisors Ms. Bartoloni and Ms. Penney for working with the kids to organize the successful camp!

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RHS Students participated in the annual Band Camp on Wednesday, August 18th through Friday, August 20th. During the three-day music and leadership workshop, students practiced sectionals, performed a group rehearsal, engaged in a joint leadership seminar with Student Government Council, and learned Parade Fundamentals. Students also practiced show tunes, stand tunes, and parade tunes. All the students put forth a great effort.


The following students should be commended for actively participating in Band Camp.


Kathleen Nee - Musical Director

Sophia Aifa

Hannah Ivil

Emma Krog

Zac Harrington

Logan Hatch

Leah Leonard

Daniel O'Brien

Adam Pollard

Conor Quackenbush

Special Guest - Eve Piazza


A special thank you to the RHS Music Boosters for their support of the Band Camp and Ms. Crook and Mr. Piazza for their organization of the camp!

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On Wednesday, August 18th, the SGC and Band camps united in a leadership workshop run by band teacher Lindsey Crook. Together band and SGC students identified different strengths and weaknesses and learned about the difference between giving praise vs. encouragement to their peers. Mr. Piazza gave a lesson on participating in a drum circle using African Drums! After the students bonded over some trivia games and Kona ice!
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Upcoming Travel Trips

The Rockland High Travel Club will be taking three trips in 2022:

Belize (February)

Greece (April)

Australia and New Zealand (July)


Any student in grades 9-12 interested in applying/signing up should attend the virtual informational meeting on Thursday, September 16th at 7 p.m. Students, parents and guardians all welcome to join in!


At this meeting, we will go over the destinations, costs, safety procedures, and all other aspects of the tours.


To RSVP for the meeting (or if you can't make it but want more information), please go to this link: https://rsvp.eftours.com/hpdj7gv


If you have any questions at all, please email Kristen Walsh, English teacher and Travel Club advisor, at kwalsh@rocklandschools.org

FEBRUARY 2022 Belize

CAVE TUBING
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Greece April 2022

GREEK ISLAND OF SANTORINI
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Australia and New Zealand July 2022

HOLD A KOALA
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Club Advisor Contact Information

Students should begin thinking about the extracurricular activities they would like to get involved in for the 2021-2022 school year.


Art Club Ms. Cheryl Thompson cthompson@rocklandschools.org


Astronomy Club Mr. Robert Murphy rmurphy@rocklandschools.org


Band Mr. John Piazza jpiazza@rocklandschools.org


Bulldog Buddies Ms. Kendra Donovan kdonovan@rocklandschools.org

Ms. Joanne White jwhite@rocklandschools.org


Chorus Mr. Steven Bergman sbergman@rocklandschools.org


Environmental Club Ms. Angela Armstrong aarmstrong@rocklandschools.org


Freshmen Mentoring Program Ms. Adrienne Donovan adonovan@rocklandschools.org


Gay Straight Alliance Mr. Chad Bigsby cbigsby@rocklandschools.org


Key Club Ms. Val Mulready vmulready@rocklandschools.org


Literary Magazine (Images) Mr. Chad Bigsby cbigsby@rocklandschools.org

Mr. Chris Neal cneal@rocklandschools.org


Math Team Ms. Valerie Mulready vmulready@rocklandschools.org


Mock Trials To Be Determined


National Honor Society Ms. Kendra Donovan kdonovan@rocklandschools.org


Rubik’s Cube Club Ms. Angela Armstrong aarmstrong@rocklandschools.org


School Newspaper (The Veritas) Ms. Madeline Lannin-Cotton mlannin-cotton@rocklandschools.org


Student Government Council Ms. Kirsten Bartoloni kbartoloni@rocklandschools.org

Ms. Kara Penney kpenney@rocklandschools.org


Theater Guild Mr. Steven Bergman sbergman@rocklandschools.org


Travel Club Ms. Kristen Walsh kwalsh@rocklandschools.org


WRPS Digital Media & Television Club Mr. Dave Cable-Murphy dcablemurphy@rocklandschools.org


Yearbook Ms. Kata Medeiros kmedeiros@rocklandschools.org

Freshmen Orientation Held August 25th

On Wednesday, August 18th, a Freshmen Mentor Training was held from 5:00-7:00 PM in the Library Media Center. The Freshmen Mentoring Program, known as HYPE (Helping Youth Peers Excel) is led by Advisor Adrienne Donovan. The program is in its third year and has evolved each year to try to meet the incoming Grade 9 student’s needs so that each freshman can have a smoother transition to high school.


During the mentor training, student leaders learned leadership qualities of mentors, expectations of how to best support Grade 9 students, throughout the school year, and wrote postcards to their mentees.


The following students have been named mentors for this upcoming school year:


Sydney Blaney

Shelby Bohan

Emma Cameron

Emily Costa

Olivia Dalton

Bella Dangora

Shane Daly

Esabella Defilippo

Brynn Dempsey

Kaleigh Fulton

Gabriella Gambon

Callie Gillan

Celia Jones

Kelly Kearns

Charlie Kelleher

Carolayne Lage

Darcy McGuirk

Lexie McKenna

Victoria Murray

Alyssa Mui

Lina Nassif

Emma Radzik

Anna Ramponi

Liam Wallace


During the Freshmen Orientation on Wednesday, August 25th, Grade 9 students and families attended a brief presentation in the auditorium, heard from Student Government President Madison Smith, and met their mentors. Mentors gave students a tour while parents and guardians remained in the auditorium for a student panel facilitated by Guidance Director Margie Black. Thank you to our student panelists Mikayla Andre, Austin Clarke, Julia Elie, Lucas Leander, and Kathleen Nee.


Here are the presentation slides from orientation. While the slides were intended for our Grade 9 students, the information will benefit all students at Rockland High School.

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Super fan visits Football Team

Rockland High School Super Fan, Jimmy Cahill visited the Rockland Varsity Football team last week to wish the team good luck for this upcoming season. Mr. Cahill is often at the games cheering on his favorite home team! Last week, he delivered his popular "Friday Funny" to the varsity football team. Go Dogs!
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Athletics Contact Information of Coaches

Athletic Director Mr. Gary Graziano graziano@rocklandschools.org


Cheerleading Ms. Jeanine Reardon jreardon@rocklandschools.org


Boys Basketball Mr. Fred Damon freddamon@rocklandschools.org


Baseball Mr. Michael Doyle mdoyle@rocklandschools.org


Boys Cross Country Mr. Robert Murphy rmurphy@rocklandschools.org


Girls Basketball Ms. Diana Newcomb dnewcomb@rocklandschools.org


Boys Lacrosse Mr. David Taylor davetaylor@rocklandschools.org


Girls Cross Country Ms. Melissa Harris mharris@rocklandschools.org


Hockey TBA


Girls Lacrosse Ms. Sue Gormley sgormley@rocklandschools.org


Football Mr. Nicholas Liquori nliquori@rocklandschools.org


Swimming Ms. Julie Margolis jmargolis@rocklandschools.org


Softball Ms. Emily Adams eadams@rocklandschools.org


Golf Mr. Matthew Vincenzi mvincenzi@rocklandschools.org


Wrestling Mr. Timothy Brown tbrown@rocklandschools.org


Boys Tennis Ms. Christopher Beatrice cbeatrice@rocklandschools.org


Boys Soccer Mr. Daniel Kimball dkimball@rocklandschools.org


Girls Tennis Ms. Ariana Launie alaunie@rocklandschools.org


Girls Soccer Ms. Marcia Beatty mbeatty@rocklandschools.org


Boys Track Mr. Mark Killinger mkillinger@rocklandschools.org


Volleyball Ms. Emily Adams eadams@rocklandschools.org


Girls Track Mr. Randy Grimmett rgrimmett@rocklandschools.org

Sports Schedules

Cheerleading

Coming Soon!

Download the Rockland Public Schools App!

The Rockland Public Schools has recently updated their App. The app can be downloaded at the Apple Store or the Google Play store for free with any mobile device or tablet. Below is a video we put together to highlight the features of the Rockland High School part of the App.


Some of the best uses of the app include:


  • Setting up notifications so you can receive real-time updates from the school.
  • Checking out the news feed daily to receive highlights on the events at RHS
  • An events calendar that includes tentative dates for the 2021-2022 school year
  • Easy contact information for staff, including their email addresses
  • Quick access to the lunch menu
  • Access to frequently used documents including guidance forms, the student handbook, the bell schedule, and many more
  • One-click to check grades through Aspen


The App is linked through the school website, which is www.rocklandschools.org.


Please download the App and if there is something you think would be fun for us to include in the App please let us know!

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