RHHS Wildcats News You Can Use
#WEARERH 9/16/22 #WEARERH
News and Notes
What a week it has been at RHHS! It's the weeks such as this that create lasting memories and experiences for all of our Wildcats!
You will notice a few changes in our newsletter for this week and moving forward. My hope is that with the additional information provided by our counseling staff, athletic staff and fine arts staff you will have a more well-rounded form of communication and one-stop-shop for the information you may be seeking. As always, if there is information you'd like to see or questions you have please use the form at the bottom of the page to share your comments!
Enjoy the beautiful weekend ahead!
Important Upcoming Dates
- Homecoming Dance - Saturday, September 17
- Herff Jones taking Junior/Senior Orders - Tuesday, September 20, During Lunch and 2:30pm-6:00pm (East Campus Lobby Entrance)
- Underclassmen Retake Picture Day - Tuesday, October 4
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Counselors have now started senior meetings! Our goal is to deliver 1:1 guidance on postsecondary planning and to provide resources specific to your student’s post-graduation goals. Seniors can sign up with their assigned counselor by accessing the links below. They will also receive an email prompting them to schedule their appointment. Senior meetings are held during school hours and students will leave with resources and tools to continue their journey to success after graduation!
Applications for U.S. Senate Youth Program (USSYP) will be due October 7, 2022.
The United States Senate Youth Program (http://www.ussenateyouth.org/) sends two delegates from every state to spend a week in Washington, D.C., where they study our government firsthand. There is also a $10,000 college scholarship for each delegate.
High school juniors and seniors who meet the following criteria are eligible to apply:
*Must serve in an elected or appointed position representing a constituency during the current (2022-2023) school year – additional information on qualifying positions is included below.
*Will be attending high school in Georgia through spring 2023.
*The week of March 4-11, 2023, selected students will be required to completely block the timeframe of the program and attend all events in order to serve as delegates and receive the scholarship.
*Must have proof of U.S. citizenship or legal permanent residence (this is a requirement of the national program).
Georgia's United States Senate Youth Program will be due October 7, 2022. Any Georgia high school junior or senior may apply to participate in the United States Senate Youth Program, provided they meet the criteria and secure signatures from their principal and school counselor.
Application Form: https://form.jotform.com/222434765625156
Supporting Documents: Print forms and obtain appropriate signatures. Signed forms must be uploaded to the application.
1. School Signoff: https://www.gadoe.org/External-Affairs-and-Policy/Excellence-Recognition/Documents/2023 USSYP Principal and Counselor Signoff.pdf
2. Parent/Guardian Signoff: https://www.gadoe.org/External-Affairs-and-Policy/Excellence-Recognition/Documents/2023 USSYP Parent Guardian Signoff.pdf
Please contact Ms. Miles or check HERE for additional details/questions
An education rich in the arts provides a means to understand ourselves and the broader world around us, to unpack history and culture, express complex ideas, formulate innovations, and generate creative solutions. These outcomes can be achieved for an entire school community simply by investing in elementary, middle, and high school arts programs. An investment in art education can yield powerful results, and we know that the career marketplace has an ever-increasing need for creative skills that a quality art education can provide.
Whether through direct instruction, working on a collaborative community project, or by gathering to celebrate the annual student art exhibition, the arts have a unique ability to build connective fibers among students, teachers, families, and local leadership. We need these connections now more than ever;
We appreciate your continued support as we celebrate art education, and all its benefits, in our students’ lives. If your child is currently taking performing or visual art courses, or if they have, please continue to support their creative endeavors.
Check out the newest "September" edition of information that will be communicated via Richmond Hill High School's Athletic Department!
- Megan McDonough (Offringa-Slaugther)
- Amber Crews (A-Cleland)
- Emily Neff (Clements-Gravitt)
- Tam Daniels (Gray-Larrea)
- Debbie Kilpatrick (Larrosa-O'Rourke)
- Amber Miles (Slusarski-Z)
- Deanna Appleton (DE/5th YR/BA)
For additional information regarding the Richmond Hill High School Counseling Team, please click here!
RHHS Essential Information
7:30am-2:30pm/Buildings open at 7am
Certificates of Enrollment
Car-rider/parent drop-off information
Bus rider information- Bryan County Transportation Services
School nutrition information-
MySchoolBucks - Online Payment Portal
- Breakfast - $2.25
- Lunch - $3.25
Questions regarding remaining lunch balances should be directed to Carole Knight (School Nutrition Director) email@example.com/912-459-5121
If you should need to discuss health information at length, please call to schedule a meeting. All clinic forms are available on the high school website. Inhalers and epi pens that are carried by the student must have forms completed by their physician.
Clinic form - http://www.bryancountyschools.org/o/rhhs/browse/17573