Weekly Phone Call - 03-10-2019 - 7:30 pm

Sunday - March 10, 2019 - 7:30 pm:

Good evening, The following are the weekly announcements from RHS:

The pennies-for-patients campaign is underway. We are currently having a competition between first period classes. The competition ends on March 22 and the winning class will receive biscuits from Shaw’s AND they will be allowed to wear jeans on a day designated by Mr. Guard and your teacher. Don’t forget, share your online page to help boost your class’ total!

Help us make cancer disappear! Interact students are selling blood paper blood droplets for $1.00 each day. Stop buy, purchase one, write your name on the droplet, and it will be added to our display--helping make cancer disappear.

This week only, enter your name in a drawing to win a parking pass for the 2019-2020 school year. Tickets are $1.00 and there is no limit on how many you purchase. Interact Club members will be selling those tickets each day at all three lunches. The winner will be announced on Thursday during 4th period. The winner is required to complete all necessary paperwork at the beginning of the 2019-2020 school year.

Console cleanout! On Monday, 3/11/19, Interact Club members will be waiting for parents to pick up students and asking them to donate their loose change to pennies for patients. Interact Club members who are participating in this event will need to be dismissed at 2:50. They will report to Mrs. Alvarez before heading out to the pick-up line.

Seniors, the following scholarships are available in the Student Services Office:

  • SECU People Helping People- due March 21st

  • Herter-O’neal -due March 21st

  • Charlie Brown Emergency Services- due March 29th

  • Delta Sigma Theta- due March 31st

  • Evelyn Andrews Clay Brown- due March 31st

  • Tasha Smith- due March 31st

  • First Christian Church- due April 8th

  • Smiling Faces Child Care- due April 15th

  • Mamie Clyde Rogers Foundation- due April 15th

  • Frances M. Barnes- due April 15th

  • Child Support Council- due April 19th

  • William E. Honeyblue- due April 26th

Any 10th grader who is interested in taking Martin Community College courses next year needs to see Mrs. Brooke Mann. Her office is located in Student Services.

Seniors, have you checked out the acceptance wall located across from the Media Center? If you don’t see your name and have been accepted to a college or university, be sure to bring or email a copy of your acceptance letter to Ms. Highsmith.

Juniors, it is mandatory that you meet with Ms. Highsmith before the end of the school year. Check your email for the link to sign up for an appointment.

Once again, Thank you for supporting RHS.  Home of the Knights!