RHHS Wildcats: News You Can Use
#LND - LeaveNoDoubt - August 17, 2018
Parent Nights being planned
Mark your calendars! Our counselors will host grade level Parent Nights over the next several weeks. Counselors and administrators will share information about the school year and specific information for each grade level. All meetings will be held in the east cafeteria.
- Senior Parent Night: August 28th, 6:30pm
- Sophomore & Junior Parent Night: September 11th, 6:30pm
- Freshmen Parent Night, September 18th, 6:30pm
School picture day: Tuesday, 8/28
After school detention and tutorial begins Monday
The After School Detention/Tutorial program starts Monday, August 20 in room 411 from 2:40 – 4:00 every Monday through Thursday. Students who are on the obligations list for owing detention should plan to stay after school to meet their obligation as soon as possible. Students may also come to this program for extra help from content area teachers. On Mondays, students can receive help in math. An English/Language Arts teacher will be available on Tuesdays. On Wednesday, students can have tutoring in science and Thursdays are Social Studies tutoring.
Flu shots being made available
The Department of Health is partnering with Bryan County Schools again this year and will offer flu shots to students. Students will be given this information in advisement next week. Students who want to take advantage of this service must return the Flu Consent Form to the RHHS Clinic (in the 400 hall) no later than September 10th.
Do you have a child that needs to have medication in school?
Please download the forms that you or your doctor needs and provide them to our Nurse. (link to forms below)
No student is permitted to carry medication to/from school or be in possession of any medication except under specific circumstances.Contact the Nurse with any questions.
Medication of any form (over the counter or prescription) must be registered. Medications must be delivered by parent or guardian to the school clinic.
The link below will take you to our webpage with our clinic forms:
Comcast Internet Essentials
Internet Essentials from Comcast offers low-cost Internet service, discounted computer equipment, and free digital literacy training to families with at least one child eligible to participate in the National School Lunch Program or who attend a Title I school. If your child receives free/reduced lunch, please click below to apply for this service-
Free and reduced lunch applications
The free/reduced lunch application can be printed from this link. I strongly encourage all students/families to consider applying for this. If you need assistance completing the application, please call the school - we are always happy to help!