CRHS Student & Family Weekly Update
May 2-6, 2022
Colonel Richardson High School
Nikki VonDenBosch, Principal
Jared Sherman, Assistant Principal
Thomas Jefferson, Dean of Students
Cia North, School Counselor (grades 10 and 12)
Office Phone: 410-479-3678
Google Voice Phone: 301-327-0714 (can receive texts)
Jennifer Reed, School Counselor (grades 9 and 11)
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
Week at a Glance
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week- Be sure to show your appreciation to your teachers!
Children's Mental Health Awareness Week- wear green on Thursday!
JV Baseball/Softball at Arcadia (1:30 pm Dismissal)
Tennis vs. Washington (4:00 pm Start)
Varsity Baseball/Softball vs. Washington (4:00 pm Start)
Tennis at St. Michaels (2:00 pm Dismissal)
Beach Day Spirit Day
JV Baseball/Softball vs. Arcadia (4:00 pm Start)
6 pm BOE Meeting
Voter Registration for Seniors at Lunches- any interested 18-year-old seniors must bring their license to register
Children's Mental Health Matters Day-Wear Green
Varsity Baseball/Softball at North Dorchester (2:15 pm Dismissal)
JV Baseball/Softball vs. North Dorchester (4:00 pm Start)
Tennis vs. North Dorchester (4:00 pm Start)
Track at C-SD (12:45 pm Dismissal- Eat A or B lunch)
(Teams- Easton, Kent Island, North Caroline, Kent County, North Dorchester, Queen Anne’s, C-SD)
National Nurses Day
School Lunch Hero Day
Tennis at North Dorchester (2:15 pm Dismissal)
Wednesday, 5/11 Arts and Academics Show
Wednesday, 5/11 National School Nurse Appreciation Day
Tuesday, 5/17 Q4 Interims Issued
5/20-5/22 Drama Production
Monday, 5/23 Awards Banquet
Wednesday, 5/25 Senior Awards Night
Wednesday, 5/25 finals periods 3, 4 for Seniors
Thursday, 5/26 CRHS Spring Concert
Thursday, 5/26 finals periods 1, 2 for Seniors
Friday, 5/27 make up finals for Seniors, Seniors' last day
Friday, 5/27 1/2 day for students
Monday, 5/30 No School Memorial Day
Tuesday, 5/31 Senior Trip
Wednesday, 6/1 Graduation Rehearsal and Senior Luncheon
Thursday, 6/2 Graduation
Thursday, 6/16 1/2 day for Students (Last Student Day)
Senior Spotlight Class of 2022
Week of May 2
Extra Graduation Ticket Lottery: The lottery for extra graduation tickets will be open from 7 am Monday, May 2 until 3 pm Friday, May 6. Seniors will receive a google form from Mrs. France in an email to their school account. If seniors need more than the four tickets they will receive, they should submit the form. THIS IS NOT A GUARANTEE THAT SENIORS WILL GET ALL OF THE EXTRA TICKETS THEY REQUEST. THIS PUTS THEM IN THE LOTTERY TO RECEIVE ONE OR MORE EXTRA TICKETS. For guests unable to attend in person, the ceremony will be live-streamed. Once we get more information about how to access that, we will share it with seniors and families.
Cap and Gown Delivery: Cap and gown packages will be available for pick up during lunch shifts on Monday, May 16. Packages not picked up that day can be picked up in room 428 anytime that week. All balances must be paid to Jostens before the cap and gowns will be released to students. Invoices for outstanding balances have been emailed to the address you have on file with Jostens.
We continue to plan for the graduation ceremony, scheduled for June 2 at 6 pm in the high school auditorium. Admission to the ceremony is by ticket only, no matter the age of the audience member. Students received ticket and other graduation information at the senior meeting we held after Spring Break. Tickets will be distributed following the graduation rehearsal and senior lunch on June 1. The ceremony will also be livestreamed. Once we have the web address for that, we will share it with families and on social media.
Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions (email@example.com). June will be here before you know it! Enjoy these last few months!!
Children's Mental Health Awareness Week
Children's Mental Health Awareness Week in Maryland is celebrated May 1-7, 2022, and CRHS is a School Champion. It's easy to know your child needs help dealing with a fever or broken bone, but mental health problems can be harder to identify.
Visit www.ChildrensMentalHealthMatters.org to:
- Learn what to do if your child needs help
- Learn where to go for help
- How to access children's mental health resources
If you have concerns about your student's mental health, contact his or her school counselor. We can help!