CRHS Student & Family Weekly Update
January 9-13, 2023
Colonel Richardson High School
Nikki VonDenBosch, Principal
Jared Sherman, Assistant Principal
Brad Oberdorf, Dean of Students
Cia North, School Counselor (grades 9 and 11)
Office Phone: 410-479-3678
Google Voice Phone: 301-327-0714 (can receive texts)
Jennifer Reed, School Counselor (grades 10 and 12)
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
Emily Phillips, Attendance Administrative Assistant
Stephanie Carmine, Enrollment/Guidance Administrative Assistant
Wendy DuVall, Finance and Administration Administrative Assistant
Week at a Glance
Boys Basketball at Kent County (1:15pm Dismissal)
Girls Basketball vs. Kent County (5:00pm Start)
Prom meeting at 6pm for Junior parents and students
7am Blood Drive
Boys Basketball vs. Easton (JV starts at 4pm, Varsity follows)
Girls Basketball at Easton (2:15pm Dismissal)
3-4 pm Art Club
Wellness Wednesday Tip:
Set one intention for this month. If it is a consuming intention, take small steps each day or week. Make the intention a habitual change or change in mindset.
Boys Basketball vs. North Caroline (JV starts at 3:30pm, Varsity at 6:30pm)
Girls Basketball vs. North Caroline (5:00pm Start)
Wrestling vs. Wicomico at NDHS (2:15pm Dismissal)
Wrestling at Decatur War on the Shore Tournament (11:45am Dismissal)- Eat A Lunch
Wrestling at Decatur War on the Shore Tournament (6:45am Departure)
Graduation Spotlight Class of 2023
Week of January 9
Happy New Year!! There are 20.5 weeks until graduation!! I hope you enjoy this time. It will go quickly!!
If you still have not ordered your cap and gown, you will receive an updated order form in the mail sometime this week. You can still order online, by phone or by mail.
If you are ONLY ordering the cap and gown unit, you do not have to pay the $11.95 handling fee indicated on the order form.
If you are ordering other items with the cap and gown unit OR one of the packages, please include the handling fee when calculating the total cost.
Cap and gown units and any stationery products will be delivered to the school. Clothing and jewelry will be delivered to your house.
At this time, there are no plans to have additional senior portrait make up days. If this changes, Mrs. France will let everyone know.
If you have any questions or concerns about any of these activities, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs. France at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TOUGH Students of the Month - December 2022
Jackson Jean Jr. is the Student of the Month for the Class of 2026! Last month, Jackson was nominated by Mr. Williams for treating others with respect, obtaining goals, and going above and beyond. Mr. Williams says that Jackson “consistently turns his work in on time, treats everyone the way he would want to be treated, and goes above and beyond on his classwork.” So far, Jackson’s favorite class has been Intro to Engineering and Design because it will help with his future career goals. To Jackson, being TOUGH means “helping others when they cannot help themselves.” FUN FACT: Soccer is life!
Lindsay Wood is the Student of the Month for the Class of 2025! Lindsay was nominated for obtaining goals by Mrs. Price, who reported that “Lindsay is always a strong leader in her group. She takes charge and keeps everyone on track. She likes to make sure everyone is successful. The best part....she is always so nice about it!” Lindsay’s favorite teacher at CRHS is Mrs. Dennis because “she is always so kind and helpful to her students or any student in the school. She is always there for anyone that needs someone to talk to and is overall just an amazing teacher.” For Lindsay, understanding what it means to be TOUGH is simple - just be “a respectful, kind person because everyone deserves that.” FUN FACT: Lindsay wants a career where she can work with animals!
Ty Singletary is the Student of the Month for the Class of 2024 for working to obtain her goals, Ty was nominated by Mr. Shelly. He said, “Ty has set high goals this quarter and has been meeting them. Ty has also recently been a team leader.” Mrs. Dennis stands out as Ty’s favorite CRHS teacher because “she is always there and she wants to see the best in everyone.” For Ty, being Colonel TOUGH means “being kind-hearted, looking out for others, and also setting goals for yourself and being able to obtain the goals.” Ty has big plans for her life. After high school, she wants to attend a D1 college for basketball, major in education to become a teacher, join the WNBA, go to barbering school, and keep up with her photography hobbies. She also states that she wants to “give back to the community and help out others in need.” FUN FACT: Ty loves working with kids!
Cheyenne Cayer is the Student of the Month for the Class of 2023! Cheyenne was nominated by Mrs. Carty, who says that “Cheyenne comes into class every day ready to work hard to obtain her goals. She treats her classmates with respect when working together and always treats others the way she would want to be treated.” According to Cheyenne, her favorite class is any that she’s able to have fun and laugh. She says: “Learning is always better when I am able to laugh with my classmates.” After high school, Cheyenne wants to be happy…what a great goal! To Cheyenne, “Colonel TOUGH is acting mature and knowing how others wish to be treated. Treating others with kindness will get you very far in life.” FUN FACT: Cheyenne wants to become rich in life, either through her own fortune or by marrying a rich man!
1: The Mathematics Maryland Comprehensive Assessment Program (MCAP) will continue next week for students enrolled in Algebra I, Algebra II, or Geometry. Assessments will take place during the normal time in which students attend their math course.
2: The Maryland Life Science Assessment (MISA) Reports from the 2021-2022 school year were sent home on Friday, January 6, 2023. The score reports will be for any student who was enrolled in either Biology or Environmental Earth Science during the 21-22 school year. The report will provide parents and guardians with insight into how their child is performing in high school science.
Promoting a healthy and safe environment for ALL students and staff:
CCPS is committed to providing a safe, respectful, nurturing educational environment where the worth and dignity of individuals are valued and their safety and rights are protected. Behaviors that compromise this environment, interfere with school operations, or are otherwise contrary to the basic mission of our public schools will not be tolerated. Bullying, hazing, harassment, or other discrimination affecting a student or a staff member should be reported by a victim, parent/guardian, witness, staff member, or other person having knowledge. Staff members with knowledge of such conduct are required to promptly report it to the building principal.
Caroline County Public Schools prohibits discrimination in its educational programs, and in employment, on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or disability.