RBHS BRIDGE Communication
Rock Bridge High School Newsletter January 22, 2021
Rock Bridge High School Families,
I want to thank you all for the wonderful start of our 2-day hybrid mode. We are truly grateful for the impressive level of responsibility, and respect for our situation, that has been shown. Simply put, we have AMAZING students! We will continue to grow into our new mode and create the best possible combination of in-person and virtual learning that we can.
Find information about the following below.
- Questions Answered
- School Pictures
- AVID Program
- Free Lunch and Breakfast for All
- Parking Passes Handed Out
- Winter Counseling Update
Of course, if your question pertains to the details of a specific class, you should reach out directly to the teacher.
Picture Day is January 26 and 29
Rock Bridge High School Picture Day is next week!
In Person Picture Day is Tuesday, January 26 for Group 1 Students and Friday, January 29, 2021 for Group 2 Students during the school day.
Virtual Student Picture Day is Tuesday, January 26, 2021 from 4:45pm- 7:00pm. Enter the building at the South or East Entrance and pictures will be in the Cafeteria.
Wagner Portrait Group will be photographing students for portrait packages & school records. This will be your special opportunity to purchase your school pictures!
Don’t forget to dress appropriately as the school dress code will apply. Please direct all questions, concerns, or special requests directly to Wagner Portrait Group. We are happy to help!
AVID Enrollment for 2021-22
It is time to begin considering if your child will be in our AVID classes next year. Applications are now being accepted for all CPS students currently in grades 6 through 9. The mission of AVID is to close the opportunity gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society. To learn more and to access the online application, visit our web site at: https://sites.google.com/cpsk12.org/rock-bridge-avid/home . Send all questions to our AVID Coordinator, Lisa Holt, at LHolt@cpsk12.org .
Free Lunch and Breakfast for All
Families may deposit lunch funds either in person or by visiting MySchoolBucks
Student Parking Explained
Students are allowed to drive and park at RBHS prior to being issued a parking permit. Students are required to park in the North Parking Lot or spaces in the South Lot with a yellow bear painted in the spot. You can watch the video above titled "RBHS AM Arrivl SY2..." to see the exact locations for student parking on Rock Bridge Campus. We will let you know when and where we will be handing parking passes out at RBHS, through the InfoBruin, a later Bridge Communications, and at school.
The first step to get your parking pass is to submit an application online. This can be found by going to Rock Bridge homepage, and clicking on Parking Pass Information, under “Important Information for back to school during COVID”, or clicking the link at the bottom of this section. We will also need a copy of your student’s driver’s license and proof of insurance for the vehicle they will be driving. Unfortunately, we cannot accept digital copies of these at this time. They must be mailed or copies need to be delivered in person by students when we are ready to collect them. If you have already submitted an online application, please double check that you have mailed in these 2 items. We have many students missing these and cannot hand out parking passes without them.
STUDENT PARKING PASS APPLICATION
Click here to view the RBHS Bridge Communication from January 16, 2021.
Rock Bridge High School: Where Lifelong Learning is For ALL