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#WEareRH - Friday, 2/16/18

Beauty and the Beast - spring musical

RHHS will proudly present "Beauty and the Beast" as our spring musical. Please join us at RHES on Friday, 2/23, or Saturday, 2/24, at 7pm for either show. There will also be a matinee at RHES on Sunday, 2/25, at 3pm. Tickets are available on MyPaymentsPlus in advance and at the door, with debit or credit card.

Student parking on campus

Students who park on campus are responsible for their actions in doing so. Students who park cars on campus that are not tagged run the risk of the car being towed. Please understand that towing a car off campus is not a first response to the situation, but if a student continues to park on campus after repeated attempts to correct this behavior, the car could be towed. It will be towed at the owner's expense. Additionally, underclassmen students who park on campus without registering their vehicles (or 10th graders who are doing this because they aren't eligible for a parking pass) run the risk of not being eligible for a parking pass next fall.

Let me also remind all students who drive on campus and park on campus that they are responsible for things that are in their cars. Parents - I would strongly encourage you to consider regularly having your child go through his/her car.

State Playoffs for Basketball begin Friday, 2/16

RHHS girls basketball travel to Valdosta High School on Friday, February 16 in a battle between the Wildcats for a 7 PM first round state playoff game.

Our boys team will host Lee County on Saturday at 6 PM in the first round of the state playoffs.

Always remember…..GO WILDCATS and #BTH

Short week next week

Monday is a holiday for all students and staff, and Tuesday is a Staff Planning Day. We look forward to seeing students back on Wednesday, 2/21, bright and early!

Class Dues Deadline is NEXT WEEK!

The deadline for paying class dues before prom is February 23rd.

JUNIOR Dues = $35.00 (includes the $5 late fee)

  • If the student did not pay freshman ($30) and sophomore ($30) dues, he/she owes $95. Juniors who have dues paid in full receive a prom ticket at no additional cost.

SENIOR = $35.00 (includes the $5 late fee)

  • If the student did not pay freshman ($30), sophomore ($30) or junior ($30) dues, he/she owes $125. Students only pay for years that he/she has attended RHHS. Seniors who have dues paid in full receive a prom ticket at no additional cost.

After February 23rd, Juniors and Seniors who have not paid class dues who plan to go to prom will have to purchase their prom ticket separately. Prom tickets, purchased separately from class dues, are $125.

Dues are paid through MyPayments+ - https://www2.mypaymentsplus.com/welcome

AP Test Registration - deadline is NEXT WEEK!

Advanced Placement Exam Registration is now open.

Please visit the following link to register for 2018 AP exams:


The Advanced Placement Program offers services and reasonable accommodations appropriate to students' disabilities. If your child is currently receiving accommodations due to a 504 or an IEP, please contact Tracey Buchner at 912-459-6413 for more information. The deadline to apply for College Board Accommodations is February 23, 2018.

SAT and ACT test dates and registration information

The SAT and ACT are given several times throughout each school year. Please click the links below for additional information about test dates, registration deadlines, and information about how to register.

Fee waivers are available for students on free/reduced lunch. Students should talk to their counselor for more information.

SAT information

ACT information

Taking care of our students

This week in advisement our lesson to the students is focused on Random Acts of Kindness! We think it’s important to teach our students the impact of extending a helping hand or any type of kind gesture. As we all know, these small acts can really make a difference to another person. We are all human, and we all could use a spontaneous reminder that we are appreciated and loved.

A random act of kindness is defined as: An act performed by a person or people for the sole purpose of assisting or cheering up an individual. Or to simply make them smile.

In a world of heightened negativity all around us, we are subjected to a lot of unsupportive energy. At RHHS, we want to promote a supportive environment and it starts with all of us encouraging one another.

Our lesson highlights examples of “Making Kindness a Daily Practice” and it includes things like:

-Holding the door for someone

-Smiling at people as you walk by

-Helping an elderly person with their groceries

-Texting a family member or friend to “Have a good day! Thinking of you!”

-Posting something positive on social media to spread that positivity to others

Our advisors will ask the students questions such as: “Has there ever been a time when all you needed was someone to be kind to you?” And “Think about a time when you or someone close to you was experiencing a difficult challenge. How could a small act of kindness have helped them through that challenge?” We want our kids to really reflect on how something small to them, could make a very big difference to someone else. And as always, we remind students that if they are ever feeling down and cannot cope by themselves-the counseling office is always open.

Rhashida Bunyan: last names A-Davidson

Emily Neff: Davis - Hobby

Wallace Ingram: Hod-Miller

Laine Lynch: Milton-Sa

Saraswati Hendrix: Sc-Z

Jennifer Blanton: Graduation Coach

Jonna Vaughn: Military Family Life Counselor