Announcement 08/14/18

Friday, September 14, 2018

Juniors and Seniors, we have several college visits planned this month! Schools like Eckerd, the University of South Carolina, SCAD, and Vanderbilt will be here. All visits are during school, and you must sign up on the calendar to be excused from class. Go to Student Services with any questions.

RHS students hosting an exchange student in October and students who want to travel to France and Germany in April 2019, there will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 18 at 6 p.m. in the media center for you and your parents about our French and German exchange program. Any questions: see Mme Bell or Mme Kempf.

Hey Hornets! Do you like gourmet cheesecakes, cookies, pies, and delicious treats? Well just ask any JROTC Cadet how you can purchase these items and many more! Your RHS JROTC has begun their annual fundraiser and would like your support! The fundraiser ends September 17th so get yours today!

Konnichiwa! Language Fusion Club is having a first meeting on Tuesday 9/18 from 3:40 at E116. We will celebrate Japanese moon viewing by making traditional snack and creating calligraphy artwork. Ask your language teacher for more details.

If you are in Spanish 4 on level, honors, or AP and you have an overall average of 90 in your Spanish classes, you are invited to apply to become a member of the Spanish Honors Society. Come by E123 and pick up an application. Applications will be due September Tuesday the 18th.

Attention all SALT members There will be a brief mandatory meeting on Tues, Sept 18 in Coach Phillips’ room (F109). Any SALT member with a question may see Coach Phillips.

September is Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Our thoughts, feelings and behaviors are all inter-connected and sometimes our thoughts have a negative or potentially harmful impact on our feelings and behaviors. There are very few problems that are “forever problems.” As bad as things may seem now, thinking that they will never change for the better is a sign that something more serious could be happening for you. The good news is that there are proven ways to develop coping mechanisms that can change your thoughts and behaviors resulting in changing how you feel too. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is an evidence-based form of treatment helps you do just that.

Attention Juniors and Seniors, Are you interested in learning about a Career in Accounting? The Georgia Society of CPA’s wants you to participate in their Advancing of Rising Professionals Program. Please see Mrs. Flemister in F116 for an application.

Class T-shirts are now available for pick up in the front office. If you have paid your class dues, please stop by before or after school or during lunch to pick up your t-shirt.

Seniors! It’s time for round two superlatives! Check the yearbook instagram and the senior GroupMe for the link. It’s open now until Friday afternoon. Happy Birthday to Delores Halden and Christi Chilton on Saturday, September 15, 2018

Happy Birthday to Delores Halden and Christi Chilton on Saturday, September 15, 2018

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