October 29, 2021
What an amazing start!
What an amazing start we have had to the 2021-2022 school year! After a year full of hybrid, distance learning, and restrictions, it sure feels great to be back together again! The success and support thus far this fall has been incredible. From Cushman Trophies & Cups, EDC and State Champions, Amazing Performances, Hysterical Productions, Stections, Royalty, Volunteering, Dig Pink, Outdoor Pep Rallies & Dances, and everything in between, the staff and students at Red River High have truly bought into this year's motto which is “Ride Every Day” We are so proud of the environment that these kids have created! Sorry world, this year belongs to us!
StuCo makes blankets for Altru Dialysis Patients
Manatones and Velvetones perform at HOCO Pep Rally
Boys & Girls Cross Country Both Win EDC and State Runner-Ups
Mark Your Calendars!!!
Other Important Dates
October 29- End of Quarter 1
November 5- Report Cards Emailed to Parents
November 10- Early Release at 1pm
November 11- No School (Veterans Day)
November 17- "For a Cause" Event (See details below)
November 25-26- No School (Thanksgiving Break)
Demember 1- Early Release at 1pm
December 15- Early Release at 1pm
December 22-January 2- NO SCHOOL (WINTER BREAK)
Red River Updates
Winter athletic fees are now available to purchase through www.myschoolbucks.com
White cards are used to indicate that student participants have completed all necessary paperwork/processes in order to compete. Participants must present white cards to coaches/advisors in order to begin.
Please have the following information ready, as it applies to your student, to receive your white card--
1) Sports Participation Fee: $80.00 All payments MUST be made through your student's www.myschoolbucks.com account (there is NO additional fee for using myschoolbucks).
Participation Fee Waiver - If you would like to fill out a Participation Fee - Waiver Request, please do so and turn that in along with your Free and Reduced Lunch application, which determines eligibility for a participation waiver.
2) Recent Physical - All participants must have a up to date physical in order to participate.
3) Code of Conduct Form and Concussion Form - All students MUST fill out a new Code of Conduct and Concussion Form, regardless if they have one on file from last year or not.
All above documents can be found at this link- https://www.gfschools.org/Domain/1626
Basketball Girls Fundraisers
Interested in Boys Swimming & Diving?
This past weekend the Red River DECA club embarked on our mission to FLC! FLC is our
fall leadership conference in Fargo, ND. Twenty-four chapters from all over the state come
together to compete, and give first year members an idea of what DECA is all about and the
opportunity to compete! Red River was very successful this weekend with many of our
first-years being finalists and making it to the stage! All of our returning seniors were
finalists in their events! We had so much fun at this conference hearing from speaker Kyle
Willkom, a national officer of DECA, and the collegiate president of DECA! We cannot wait
to see all of our members again at the February St. Cloud Conference. Keep an ear on the
announcements for our next DECA Day!
-2021-22 DECA Cabinet**
**Please make sure to follow our social media for more frequent updates!
Another successful month for Red River HOSA! Our cabinet has been actively trying to grow awareness of our group and recruit new members. We have established an amazing group of individuals who put forth great interest and enthusiasm. From freshman to seniors, everyone contributed to making this month one to remember.
During the month of October, we decided to focus our energy on mental health awareness. Knowing the amount of stress which the nurses are in due to covid and even on a regular basis, we wanted to show them our appreciation. We made six poster boards for each unit at Altru hospital. At our meeting we had the members write notes on the posters. Our amazing advisor, Mrs.Rowekamp, provided the supplies and helped us put together a bouquet of flowers in vases. These flowers went along with the “Thank You” posters and were delivered to each floor at the hospital. There was great feedback from the nursing staff, our gratitude definitely put a smile on some faces.
Just this Monday, October 25th, we had the Fall Leadership Conference. It was hosted in Devils Lake ( Lake Region State College) by the state HOSA cabinet. It was a day full of interesting sessions, educating members on health care. We were taught basic skills such as CPR, blood pressure, responding to pediatric trauma and so on. On top of that each group of Cabinet members attended a meeting, which taught us valuable skills on communication, effectiveness and planning.
Overall it was a great month. We have planned future events, and we are full of great ideas to come for the month of November. Stay tuned! #RideEveryDay
Click the link above for information regarding testing, college prep, and other counesling material.
It is show week at Red River!
Join us for the first theatre production of the year, "Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind: 30 Plays in 60 Minutes." Show times are 7pm this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and 2pm on Sunday. This is an absolutely crazy show, filled with audience participation, and is the most unique show you may ever see in your life. Come Ride Every Day in the Theater, this week as you join us for "Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind!"
See additional information at their page- https://sites.google.com/view/rrhs-boosters
Incoming 9th Grade In-District Transfer Requests
In District Transfer approvals are contingent upon available space in the appropriate grade level or program, satisfactory academic achievement, attendance, and/or behavior. In-District transfers can also be revoked at any time by the school principal or district administration.
Substance Use Prevention Tips
Feelings of insecurity, doubt and pressure may creep in during puberty. Offset those feelings with a lot of positive comments about your child’s individuality and strengths. Focus on
their effort, creativity, and kindness rather than specific outcomes such as good grades or winning a game.