The Ravens' Nest

Randolph Early College High School Newsletter

August 24, 2020


Randolph Early College High School's American History teacher, Kathy Fleetwood, is the Randolph County School System's Teacher of the Year. We are so proud of her! Congratulations, Mrs. Fleetwood!

Please see The Courier-Tribune article here!

School Pictures for 9-11th Graders!

This Tuesday and Thursday!

Lifetouch photographers will be here Tuesday, August 25 and Thursday, August 27th.

Students in grades 9-11 who attend school will have their pictures taken during 1st period in the Commons.

Remote students in grades 9-11 can come on Tuesday and Thursday between 10:45 am and 11:30 am. Please use the Armadillo Drive entrance (off of McDowell Road). We are asking students to access the back door of the Commons. We will have signs helping to direct you.

The pictures taken on Tuesday and Thursday will be the ones used for the yearbook.

For Seniors

Effective in the 2020-2021 school year, two doses of meningococcal conjugate vaccine are

required for North Carolina students. One dose is required for individuals entering

the seventh grade or by 12 years of age. The second booster dose is required for

individuals entering the 12th grade or by 17 years of age, whichever comes first.

The requirement for the second dose is new this year. Please turn in your shot record to the school office as soon as possible. The deadline is September 3, 2020. If you have questions regarding this new requirement, please feel free to call our school nurse, Monica Hurley, at 336-625-1137.

RCC Announcements

Students need to complete their syllabus quiz for their RCC classes. These are due by 11:55 pm Sunday evening.
We are selling RECHS merchandise from now until September 11th. This is a fundraiser for the 9th grade team. Please show your support for your school and buy your raven wear soon!


RECHS Yearbooks on Sale NOW!

You can order your 2020-2021 yearbook now until September 11th for $35. Please use this link to order.
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Student Classlink

RCSS now has a single sign on for all students and staff called ClassLink. Students now can access everything they need with just one login. Students will use their student number and their password (birthdate) to access ClassLink.

ClassLink Parent Letter

ClassLink Parent Letter (Spanish)

Lunch Options

Students are able to bring their own lunch, order from Randolph County School System or order from RCC's Armadillo Cafe. If a student orders from RCSS Child Nutrition, the food is prepared at Southmont Elementary and delivered to RECHS. Once a student submits their order to Southmont Elementary, the school cafeteria will prepare the order for that student. Students need to commit to that order, and pick up their food once it is ordered. The online ordering forms are below.
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School Fees

9th Grade-----$17.00 (Instructional and Science Fees)

10th Grade---$17.00 (Instructional and Science Fees)

11th Grade---$17.00 (Instructional and Science Fees)

12th Grade---$42.00 (Instructional and graduation)

Fees go to providing educational opportunities for students both in person and remote, such as subscriptions, lab materials, supplemental books, etc. Remote students can mail these in if they wish. If mailed, please make to the attention of Christy Cross.

Looking Ahead

September 1, 2020 6:00 pm---Senior Parent Night with Student Services (Virtual)

September 3, 2020 6:00 pm---10th and 11th Grade Parent Night with Student Services (Virtual)

October 13 and 15th --- Senior Picture Make-Ups

Student Attendance

All high school teachers are taking attendance each day for students who are in person and those who are remote. Students must check in with their teachers and complete the required tasks to be counted present. Even our juniors and seniors who are in all college classes, need to complete Ms. Blackmon's Google form daily to be counted present. There is a time cut-off for each teacher, so students need to be aware of the time and complete the tasks as soon as possible.


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