Raider Report

Nov. 16-21


November 2020

16 - Full remote instruction for all students

19 - SBDM Meeting, 6pm

25-27 - Thanksgiving Break - No School

30 - Planning on returning to combined in-person instruction

December 2020

10 - BOE Board Meeting, 7:30pm

17 - SBDM Meeting, 6pm

21 - Jan 1 Winter Break - No School

  • PTSA
​We need members!! Help us Protect The Ship and consider joining the PTSA
CLICK HERE for a link to sign up
This is a vital organization in the support of our school, please join

  • No Drop Offs

Please remember that we cannot accept items in the office to be dropped-off for students during school. Our office staff works very hard to monitor and process visitors to the school and it is not feasible to contact and coordinate items being dropped off unless an emergency exists, such as reading glasses or medicine to be kept in the school clinic.

School Report Card 2020

Student Organizations

College/Career Announcements

NaviGo Scholars applications will be open on Monday 10/26! TREMENDOUS OPPORTUNITY! Click HERE to apply.

Through NaviGo Scholars, Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky businesses have the power to connect with high school students who have the interest and aptitude for their industry. Business sponsors in our NaviGo Scholars program have the unique opportunity to hand-pick potential future employees, guiding them and training them at an early age. NaviGo staff recruits students to be part of the program and after students apply, sponsors personally select who they want to be part of their personalized NaviGo Scholars group. Groups will mostly be virtual this school year. Groups include:

· Construction & Skilled Trades (Building Industry Association & Cutter Construction) – in-person/open to Freshmen and up

· Engineering/Electrical Line Crew/CAD (Duke) – open to Juniors & Seniors

· Advanced Manufacturing & Engineering (Toyota) – open to Juniors & Seniors

· Advanced Manufacturing (Milacron) – open to Seniors (*Clermont Co., OH)

· Law Careers (Salmon P. Chase) – open to Juniors

· Business Management & Entrepreneurship (Alluring Glass) – open to Sophomores & Juniors

· Cyber Security (U.S. Bank) – limited # of seniors

Virtual Workshops

These can always be found on Ryle’s website on the Guidance Page.

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Ryle HS Holiday Traditions

With the holidays approaching, the Youth Services Center is looking for those interested in "adopting" a family in need for the holidays. Each family will be given the opportunity to list 4 items (Want, Need, Wear, Read) for each child (Under 18 years of age). If interested, please fill out the form below by Wednesday, November 11, 2020. Thank you!!

Ryle HS Holiday Assistance

The holidays are a time to slow the pace, appreciate the love of family and friends, and express our gratefulness for every blessing bestowed upon us.

The Ryle Community would like to help support our families in need over the holiday season. If you find yourself in need of support for your child(ren), please let us know by filling out the form below. For each child under the age of 18 in your family, we are asking you to list the following: one item the child wants, one item the child needs, one item the child will wear, and one item the child will read.

Please respect the deadline and have this form turned in by Friday, November 20, 2020. Any forms turned in after will be directed to our outside agencies for assistance. Thank you!

Counseling Information

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All Students:

· Be sure you are checking your grades and staying on task.

· AP STUDENTS: Reminder that registration for AP exams is going on now through Nov 6th. Students received registration forms in their AP classes. Parents can now pay online through their student's MY SCHOOL BUCKS account which is the account they use to put money in their lunch account. Students do NOT need to submit a pink registration form IF they pay online.

There is no charge for AP exams for students eligible for free/reduced lunch (complete the pink registration sheet and turn in).

· Don’t forget to take the ACT. ACT information can be found at

* Students on Free/Reduced lunch can request a fee waiver from the Guidance Office

* Who should take the ACT?

* Seniors planning to attend college next school year

* Current 10th or 11th graders who wish to apply for Dual Enrollment Classes for the

next school year

Sophomore and Juniors:

Please click on the link below if you are interested in learning more about the Governor's School for the Arts (GSA).

The application won't be available until November 4th but this link will assist you in assembling your materials now.

*Sophomores and Juniors that are interested in the Dual Enrollment Program or Early College should plan to take the December 12, 2020 ACT ( This includes college classes that are offered at Ryle by Ryle teachers. An ACT score is required.


The Governor’s Scholar Program deadline has been moved. Now all applications including a community recommendation are due to Mrs. Schilling no later than 8:00 am on Monday January 11th 2021. This will allow students who need to take the December ACT ample time to receive those scores before applications are scored.


· Be sure you have joined the Senior Class of 2021 Canvas Page to stay on top of ALL THINGS SENIORS

· Please sign up (Via the Senior Class of 2021 CANVAS Page) to join your classmates on the football field for Senior Sunrise! Bring your own coffee, juice, or water. Donuts will be provided! Park in your parking spot and walk over to the field.

· Seniors be sure to register your account via Parchment to request your transcripts. You should have received an email on your school email with your Registration code about a month ago

· Seniors and their families should be filling out the 2021-2022 FAFSA that opened on October 1st. More information can be found at


ESS (Extended School Services) tutoring is about to begin for 20-21. Tutors will be available beginning Tuesday, October 13, 2020.

This year, we will be offering both in person and virtual(via Google Meet) sessions for students needing content support and we have tutors in most content areas. Please review the attached schedule for more specifics on course tutors, days, and times. This year we will be providing tutoring in English, Math, Science, Social Studies, Spanish, CTE, and ELL.

At this time, all tutors will do their best to provide both in person and/or virtual tutoring options.

IN PERSON: If a student prefers to meet with a tutor on campus, they can simply go to that tutor’s classroom by 2:45 PM(on the scheduled day). (If they do not arrive in person by 2:52, tutors may not be available.)

VIRTUAL: If a student needs to meet virtually, students are asked to email that tutor(no later than 12:00 PM) to request a Google Meet tutoring session for that day or another scheduled day. Virtual tutoring sessions will be restricted to no more than 4 students to ensure the most effective support.

We do have some tutors who are offering support on an appointment only/preferred basis. Students are asked to contact that tutor no later than 24 hours in advance. While all of our tutors will do their best to accommodate students, specific appointment times are not guaranteed. Please encourage students to contact tutors sooner rather than later to ensure they can get the help they need.

Within the next couple weeks, students will be able to use an online scheduling platform to personally schedule tutoring. More information will be shared with everyone once that process is set up and finalized.

Specific questions related to our ESS Tutoring programs can be directed to Amy Grant at

Tutoring Schedule