RHHS Wildcats: News You Can Use
#WEareRH - Friday, 10/27/17
Homecoming Football Game Tonight vs Brunswick
Yearbook orders & Senior Ads
The deadline to purchase a senior ad is 11/7/17. If you'd like to order online, click on the Yearbook Order link on the RHHS home page. Submit photos and a message by either emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org or delivering items to the school.
Reminders - dress code and cell phones
For many students, this will mean the "sofee" or "wind" shorts will not be acceptable. Thank you in advance for helping your child choose appropriate attire each day.
As the temperature changes and it begins to get colder, please also remember that blankets are not allowed at school. Students are certainly welcome (and encouraged) to wear appropriate sweatshirts, sweaters, and jackets.
We will also begin to limit access to cell phones during classes. Students may have their cell phone before and after school, at class change, and at lunch. During class, cell phones may NOT be accessible to students. Cell phone access and use during instruction poses a noticeable distraction. This expectation is being enforced in every class, every block.
AP Test Registration Opens Soon
Advanced Placement Exam Registration will open November 1, 2017.
Students may register for exams and begin making full or partial payments toward the cost of their AP exams beginning November 1, 2017.
Please visit the following link to register for 2018 AP exams:
Taking care of our students
Identifying factors that contribute to stress is an important step in limiting stress. Recently, I read an article that noted social media as an increasingly significant factor. The design of some apps seems to increase anxiety in some users, and the constant "inbox" of information and stimuli can lead to us to feel like we have lost control. Therapists and educational experts recommend limiting "screen time" for teenagers as the best way to reduce stress that can be caused by social media.