CRHS Student & Family Weekly Update

November 28-December 2, 2022

Colonel Richardson High School

Nikki VonDenBosch, Principal

Jared Sherman, Assistant Principal

Brad Oberdorf, Dean of Students


Cia North, School Counselor (grades 9 and 11)

Office Phone: 410-479-3678

Google Voice Phone: 301-327-0714 (can receive texts)


Jennifer Reed, School Counselor (grades 10 and 12)

Office Phone: 410-479-3678

Google Voice Phone: 302-272-5313 (can receive texts)


Cindy Saathoff BSN, RN, School Nurse

Office Phone 410-479-3612


Emily Phillips, Attendance Administrative Assistant

attendance.crhs@ccpsstaff.org

410-479-3678


Stephanie Carmine, Enrollment/Guidance Administrative Assistant

410-479-3678


Wendy DuVall, Finance and Administration Administrative Assistant

410-479-3678

Week at a Glance

Monday 11/28


Tuesday 11/29

Purple Club meeting from 3-4 in room 432

Boys Basketball vs. Parkside (JV at 4pm, Varsity follows)- Scrimmage

Junior Class Prom Meeting for both Parents & Students is Tuesday, Nov. 29th @ 6 p.m. in the CRHS library


Wednesday 11/30

FCA at 7:20 AM in the Auditorium

Wellness Wednesday-

Replace 20 minutes of TV or stationary work with 20 minutes of reading or walking!


Wellness in December:

Be on the lookout! The Wellness Committee is looking for students that are making healthy life choices, and are giving out tickets to those they see! When you put this ticket in the box in the cafeteria, you are entered into a raffle for wellness prizes at the end of the month!

Let's get healthy!



National Honor Society meeting for current members only


Thursday 12/1

Dual Enrollment Registration

Boys Basketball at Snow Hill (1:30pm Dismissal)- Scrimmage


Friday 12/2

Girls Basketball vs. Snow Hill (JV at 4pm, Varsity follows)- Scrimmage

Upcoming State Assessments

ELA 10 MCAP testing starting on Monday 12/5/22 (English 10 assessment)


MISA: 1/3/2023 - 1/6/2023 (Science assessment)


MCAP Math: 1/9/2023 - 1/12/2023 (Algebra assessment)


HSA Government: 1/17/2023 -1/20/2023 (Government assessment)


WIDA: 2/6/2023 -2/9/2023 (English Language Learner assessment)


Graduation Spotlight Class of 2023

Week of November 28


BETWEEN NOW AND DECEMBER 22, I WILL BE CONTACTING FAMILIES DIRECTLY WHO HAVE NOT YET ORDERED THE CAP AND GOWN UNIT. I AM HAPPY TO HELP WITH ORDERING. LET ME KNOW WHAT I CAN DO TO HELP!!


Cap and Gown Orders:

Cap and gown ordering information has been given to seniors, emailed to families and shared via school social media. There are many Jostens products available: the cap and gown package (must purchase), announcements/thank you notes (optional), clothing (optional), class ring and other jewelry (optional).


There are three ways to place an order:

  1. online at jostens.com

  2. mailing the order form and payment

  3. calling 1.800.JOSTENS


If you are ONLY ordering the cap and gown unit, you do not have to pay the $11.95 handling fee indicated on the order form. Cap and gown units can also be ordered without any money down.


If you are ordering other items with the cap and gown unit OR one of the packages, please include the handling fee when calculating the total cost. A deposit of at least $75 must be paid as well.


Cap and gown units and any stationery products will be delivered to the school. Clothing and jewelry will be delivered to your house.


Please try to place your orders before December 31. After that the cost of the cap and gown unit will increase.


If you have any questions or concerns about any of these activities, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs. France at france.bernadette@ccpsstaff.org.

Toys for Tots

Leo club is sponsoring a Toys for Tots toy drive. Please consider donating a new, unwrapped toy to be distributed to children this holiday season. Collection boxes will be located in Mrs. Bee’s room. Toy Collection will run from now until December 7th.

Survey

In Summer 2022, Caroline County Public Schools (CCPS) engaged the services of FourPoint Education Partners, with support from the Maryland Leads Initiative, to assess and recommend strategies for strengthening and expanding school- and community-based afterschool and summer program offerings. As part of this review, FourPoint Education is conducting surveys with students, parents, and teachers to collect feedback on afterschool and summer programs and activities. Survey data will be a critical component of the findings and recommendations provided by the FourPoint team.

The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Please provide candid feedback. Your responses will be completely confidential. Please complete the survey by December 7th. Thank you for your participation in and support for this effort.

Click this link to begin the survey.


Promoting a healthy and safe environment for ALL students and staff:

CCPS is committed to providing a safe, respectful, nurturing educational environment where the worth and dignity of individuals are valued and their safety and rights are protected. Behaviors that compromise this environment, interfere with school operations, or are otherwise contrary to the basic mission of our public schools will not be tolerated. Bullying, hazing, harassment, or other discrimination affecting a student or a staff member should be reported by a victim, parent/guardian, witness, staff member, or other person having knowledge. Staff members with knowledge of such conduct are required to promptly report it to the building principal.


Caroline County Public Schools prohibits discrimination in its educational programs, and in employment, on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or disability.