Raider Report

April 19 - 24

DATES TO KNOW


April


22 - SBDM Meeting, 6pm

24 - HOSA 5k run/walk & costume contest for Be The Match @ Ryle


May


1 - Senior Dinner Dance @ Newport Aquarium

8 - BOE Board Meeting, 7:30pm

14 - Prom @ Receptions

20 - SBDM Meeting, 6pm

27 - Last day of school & Graduation @ 7pm BB&T Arena



Senior Activities

Senior Dinner Dance: May 1st @ Newport Aquarium



Prom

Friday, May 14th 7-11pm @ Receptions



Graduation

Thursday, 5/27 at 7pm.
Tickets are limited by BB&T Arena to two per graduate



HOSA 5k

What: HOSA 5k run/walk & costume contest for Be The Match

When: April 24th, 2021

Where: Ryle XC Course

Why: We are fundraising for Be The Match, a blood stem cell registry that saves the lives of people with blood cancers and diseases. Our goal is to raise $500 with your help!


More info and sign up can be found on our website: https://sites.google.com/stu.boone.kyschools.us/rylehosa/home



No Drop Offs - Please remember that we cannot accept items in the office to be dropped-off for students during the school. Our office staff works very hard to monitor and process visitors to the school and it is not feasible to contact and coordinate items being dropped off unless an emergency exists, such as reading glasses or medicine to be kept in the school clinic.



P-EBT provides a stimulus to households with children eligible for free or reduced price school meals through National School Lunch Program (NSLP) during the COVID 19 Response. See PEBT graphical FAQ.pdf at the bottom of the newsletter for more info.



Meal Bag Ordering

This is a reminder that we are providing meal bags for ALL Hybrid & Virtual students to be picked up on Wednesdays at Ryle from 10:00am-2:00pm.


Please complete the online ordering form. The online ordering form is open on Wednesdays at 3:00pm thru Sunday night at midnight. You can visit the Boone County School website or click here.


If you need to make arrangements to pick up your meals on a different day or time, please contact us at 384-5310.



Chromebooks

Please bring your fully charged Chromebook with you to school every day.



Taking Care of your Chromebook


1. Regularly inspect both pieces of charger and cord for frayed wires, or other issues. Make sure that the device is not plugged in during inspection.

2. Shut down the chromebook when not in use. This requires selecting the power button in the lower right corner, and not just closing the lid.


3. When charging the chromebook, be sure that the charger cord is firmly plugged in at the device and at the charger block. No loose connections.


4. Never try to charge the chromebook with a charger from another type of device, such as a cell phone. This could cause permanent damage to the chromebook, or charger.


5. Always use your chromebook on a hard surface such as a desk or lap board. Mobile devices must have air access all around it for cooling. Sitting the device on a blanket, or pillow can cause it to overheat.


6. Do not cover the chromebook or the charger with anything while plugged in. The device can overheat while charging if it is covered.


7. Do not use chemicals to wipe off the screen, and do not spray ANY liquids directly on the screen. Use only wipes or sprays designed for electronics. Spray cleaner on cloth and then wipe lightly.


8. For devices with swivel cameras, do not continuously spin the camera. It is sensitive and easily broken. Handle only when needed.


9. Inform school staff about any issues that you have with the device. Small issues can turn into big issues.



School Fee Payment - CLICK HERE



PTSA
​We need members!! Help us Protect The Ship and consider joining the PTSA
CLICK HERE for a link to sign up
This is a vital organization in the support of our school, please join




School Report Card 2020




Student Organizations




College/Career Announcements


Upcoming College/Career Visits & Workshops:


  • The Professional Education Preparation Program (PEPP) 2021 is offered by UPike's Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine and is a five-day residential program for students ages 16+ that includes class lectures from professors of medicine, laboratory sessions, and volunteering at Pikeville Medical Center. The application deadline is April 15 -- for questions, contact Daxon Caudill at daxoncaudill@upike.edu or call 606.218.5409. The program is limited to 15 students max.
  • Thursday, April 15 @ 7 PM: Getting In: High School Juniors' Guide to College: Click HERE to register
  • Saturday, April 17 from 11:00-12:30: WCPO Careers in Media Workshop. RSVP no later than April 9 by emailing mmorrow@wcpo.com. You MUST put “HS Webinar” in the subject line. Include your name, grade and school. You will receive the meeting link the week of the event.
  • Monday, April 19 from 7-8 PM: Thomas More University Virtual Information Night. Click HERE to register.
  • Tuesday, April 20 at 2PM ET Rand Paul, US Senator from Kentucky, is hosting a 2021 Virtual Spring Service Academy Information Fair on. Students will learn about the application process and life as a student at each of the country's service academies (US Air Force Academy, US Coast Guard Academy, US Merchant Marine Academy, US Military Academy, US Naval Academy) and be able to ask questions. If interested, RSVP to the Office of Senator Paul by calling 270.782.8303 or go to https://www.paul.senate.gov/services-kentucky/academy-nominations.
  • Thursday, April 22 at 7 PM: STUCK: If This Word Describes Your Student - Then This Workshop Is For You CLICK HERE to Register for this Workshop --Every year, parents meet with Dan Bisig from College and Beyond because they have a big problem. Their daughter or son has no idea what they want to be when they grow up and mom and dad have run out of ideas to spark their interest. As you can imagine, this creates a huge amount of stress and anxiety for many families. The good news is Dan has some great tips and strategies every family can use to help students find their way, open doors, and get motivated to take action.
  • Wednesday, April 28 @ 7 PM: 6 Mistakes DIVORCED Families Make In The College Process And How To Avoid Them CLICK HERE to Register for this Workshop --Every year, divorced parents reach out to Dan Bisig at College and Beyond because they have a problem. Something has gone wrong with the college process for their child, or their ex-spouse is making things very difficult, and they are scrambling to get someone involved who can help to resolve the issues.
  • The Kentucky College of Optometry is hosting the KYCO Summer Optometry Camp from June 16-18 at UPike. Up to 20 participants will be selected for the three-day camp, which will allow participants to experience classes while learning about the application and interview process. Applicants must be 18 at the time of the camp; applications are available at https://form.jotform.com/210766016592153 and are due by May 7 along with supporting documents.
  • The University of Kentucky is hosting their Kentucky Forest Leadership Program, to be held June 6-11 at the Robinson Forest near Hazard, KY. Students interested in the environment and/or wildlife are encouraged to apply. There are tracks available in Forestry, Entomology, and Wildlife. The program has a limited number for enrollment, and students must have a 2.0+ GPA. For more details, visit https://kflp.ca.uky.edu.


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Just a reminder: If you are in need of assistance with clothing, food, hygiene products or other additional resources, please contact the Youth Services Center at 859-283-3233 or carrie.kotte@boone.kyschools.us

Counseling Information

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All Students:

- Be sure you are checking your grades and staying on task.



12th Grade Students:

· Join the CANVAS Course: Senior Class of 2021 if you haven’t already and be sure to check it weekly. The year will start to get extremely busy for seniors and this will be the place that houses all things seniors need to know.

· TRANSCRIPTS: ALL Transcripts can be ordered using www.parchment.com

· SERVICE HOURS: Seniors need to complete 10 total hours. These must be submitted to Mrs. Mann in room 100. You can contact her (lauren.mann@boone.kyschools.us) to find out how many hours you have or for other questions. Service Form: https://www.boone.kyschools.us/docs/building/4/school%20docs/communityservice.pdf?id=591940

· CIVICS TEST: ALL seniors must complete the senior CIVICS exam prior to graduation. Watch this brief video for more information: https://drive.google.com/file/d/12QIocZYPDaSH56P2WSx2jbz7mZJMolCy/view?usp=sharing

· SENIOR EXIT: All information can be found here: https://www.boone.kyschools.us/4/Content2/608

· SENIOR SHIRTS: They are in! Pick them up during school hours in room 119.

· SENIOR PORTRAITS: Please check the Senior Canvas page for more information.

· SENIOR DINNER DANCE: Information can be found on the Senior Canvas Page


HONORARY DIPLOMAS: Now is the time to nominate a person in your Educational Career that has had an impact on your life. You may only nominate 1 person and the deadline is April 21st. Be sure to read the directions careful that are on the link. The link can be found in the Senior Canvas Page and on the Guidance website under 12th grade and here: https://forms.gle/Wsq1Zg7HZvvrV8u48


KYOTE Test: Graduates can earn an Orange Cord to wear at Graduation if they are Academic Ready. To be academic ready, students must meet benchmark on the ACT in the areas of English (18), Math (19), AND Reading (20). Students who have not, can take the KYOTE test to try and reach the benchmark. The KYOTE is a free, online test Ryle will give during RAP. Remote students must be in person in order to take the KYOTE. Students needing math, will most likely be taking it in their math classes. Students who would like to take the KYOTE should sign up using the link found in the Senior Canvas page or here: https://forms.gle/1jVHR5Jd1sQnTSNKA


2020-2021

BCS Seal of Biliteracy Application Consideration (Seniors only)

The Boone County Board of Education adopted the Seal of Biliteracy as a form of recognition for graduating seniors demonstrating high levels of language proficiency in two languages. English and any other language. Any 2020-2021 senior interested In earning this distinction of the Seal of Biliteracy must complete and submit an application by Friday, April 9th. You may pick up an application from your current foreign language teacher or the guidance office.

Please see Mrs. Schilling if you have any questions.

ESS

ESS tutoring is still being provided regularly. Get the help you need by contacting one of our tutors.

Tutoring is available in English, Science, Social Studies, Algebra and Geometry, as well as Business Courses and Spanish. Please contact the tutor listed on the schedule to coordinate date, time, and location(in person or Google Meet). You can find the tutor contact details on the Ryle website at: https://www.boone.kyschools.us/4/Content/22498

If you have additional questions about out tutoring programs, please contact Amy Grant at amy.grant@boone.kyschools.us.



Tutoring Schedule