The Lion's Share
2023-2024 School Year - Volume 15 - November 17, 2023
Activities Happening Around the School!
2nd Annual Leo Cup
The Senior Squad (faculty & staff) tried their best during the 2nd annual Leo Cup on November 15th. Thank you to the team members who participated! Team members included: Glenn Dietrich, Andrea Rohrbaugh, Dani Kuhn, John Yonker, Amy Kriner, Samantha Mentzer, Cory Hoffman, Jeri-Lyn Grove, Sherry Cleary, Nicole Ludwig, Angie Stuth, Meghan Lintz, Rachel Malehorn, JD Granger, Jesse Shay, Laura DeLawder, Dana Schmidt, Heather Seiple, Steve Schmehl, Marlania Panzer, Mick Blanteno, Tyler MacPherson, Amy Hess and Team Captains Kathie Dherit and Todd McClimans.
The Senior High Students had a Leo Cup team! Student team members were: Chris Williams, Maddie Sokolowski, Dakarai Dennis, Ashleigh McGowan, Raymond Barlow, Ellie Rymer, Julia Turosinski, Jackson Harris, Kara Bradley, Maddox Snyder, Grayson Capello, Layla Binco, Joyce Madymba, Camrin Busser, and Liv Thompson. Great job students!
Students in Spanish II made skeletons to celebrate Dia de los Muertos. This Mexican holiday is to celebrate deceased family members.
Powder Puff Game
Congratulations to our sophomore class for winning this year's powder puff game! Thank you for everyone's support!
Red Lion - Dallastown Students of the Month
Two Red Lion Area Senior High students, Emma Lavetan and Nicole Kline, were recognized by the Red Lion - Dallastown Rotary as their "Students of the Month" for the month of November! Emma is involved with Marching Band, Concert Band, Pit Orchestra for the musical, and Concert Choir. She also has volunteered at food banks for various churches. She plans on attending a 4-year college and majoring in History Education and minoring in Music. Nicole is in the Symphonic Band and Concert Choir. She played varsity tennis this fall and will throw for the Track and Field this spring. Nicole is in her church's youth group and sings in her sanctuary choir. She also plans on attending a 4-year school and majoring in Psychology and minoring in something either sports or musical-related. Pictured are Danielle Kuhn, High School Counselor, Emma, Nicole, and Dr. Robert Walker, Superintendent for the Red Lion Area School District. Congratulations to both Emma and Nicole!
Fall Door Decorating Contest
Congratulations to Mrs. Kline's Life Skills class! They are the winners of the fall door decorating contest! Judging categories were: Creative, Unique, and School Spirit! The kids created each pumpkin to help decorate the door. Great job! They will be treated with donuts on Monday!
Canned Food Drive
Class Cup Points Update
Community Service Awards
Students in our Life Skills program recently received Community Service Awards from the Red Lion/Dallastown Rotary Club. We are so proud of our students!
Internship Shout out!
Attention 9th graders!
Make sure that your grades are above a 60% and all of your discipline obligations have been met by 3pm on Tuesday 11/28 in order for you to be able to attend the JA STEM Summit! You don't want to miss this exciting fun-filled day!
The Career Center is now on Instagram @rlcareercenter
Mock Job Interviews
CONGRATULATIONS to all seniors who participated in mock job interviews on November 14th, 15th, and 16th, your preparation and professionalism did not go unnoticed and boy oh boy, did you represent Red Lion Area SHS with pride! While I watched each of you arrive at the Library, with cover letter and resume in hand, with shoulders back, a smile on your face, I knew you were destined for greatness. Your hard work and preparation truly paid off.
Over the course of three mornings, 289 students completed their mock job interview with one of 54 visiting business professionals. Our guests were wowed by your honesty, your dedication to the task at hand, and diligence in completing your cover letters and resumes. I am so very, very proud of each and everyone of you!
For those students who were unable to attend the scheduled days, a make-up day will be offered in December. When that date is solidified, all students will be notified in advance.
Did you know?
Did you know that each time the marquee in front of the school is updated, it is done by our Life Skills class?
Distinguished Honor Roll and Honor Roll
Students who received Distinguished Honor Roll and Honor Roll during the 1st marking period should be receiving certificates in Homeroom over the next couple of days. Congratulations to those students!
"Paw"sitive Pal of the Week
Volunteers Needed for JA Stem Summit
We have an IMPORTANT need for volunteers for an event that is going on at Red Lion Area High School on Tuesday, December 5th and Wednesday, December 6th. Junior Achievement of South Central PA will be here with their STEM Summit program and all 400, 9th graders will be participating in day long activities designed to inspire students to pursue careers in STEM fields.
Volunteers will work alongside other volunteers to facilitate one thirty- minute activity eight times during the day with small groups of students. Check out the link to the Volunteer Overview in the attached flyer for more information. You can also view the activities on our website. https://www.jascpa.org/stemsummittraining
JA will provide training the morning of the event and as soon as you sign up you will receive a link to both written instructions and a brief training video. You do not need to have any specific background or training to help. Red Lion High School will provide a light breakfast and lunch!
We are still in need of 7 volunteers or December 5th and 6 more volunteers for December 6th to fill the day. I hope you will please join us as we spend the day impacting and inspiring our students at our school! I also hope you will share this opportunity with other friends, neighbors and colleagues who may be interested in helping the students of our school!
Red Lion Athletics
COED Competitive Spirit Squad
Congratulations to the COED Competitive Spirit Squad who took 1st place on Saturday, November 11th at the Hempfield Black Knight Rumble.
HELPFUL INFORMATION AND LINKS
RL Parent Dashboard
Senior High Student Utility Network (SUN site)
The Senior High has PRIDE!
The P.R.I.D.E. Program is a character education framework which teaches and instills the virtues of being Personable, being Respectful, having Integrity, being Dependable, and being Engaged in both the school and community.
At the Senior High, not only are staff able to recognize student achievements; but also our students may recognize the good in other students or staff members. Through our online form, we are able to promote the good throughout our school and show each other the PRIDE the Senior High brings each day. The form can be accessed at: http://tinyurl.com/priderecognition or by using the QR code below.