Announcements 03/25/19

Monday, March 25, 2019
Beginning with the 2019-2020 school year, the School Governance Council has approved the adoption of the Universal Fitness Waiver. One of the
biggest changes is that students must successfully complete 2 seasons of a GHSA sanctioned sport or marching band to waive Personal Fitness.
The new waiver guidelines will not allow students to use prior years activities to meet the requirement. Students eligible for a personal fitness waiver
under the current waiver guidelines are strongly encouraged to submit their Personal Fitness Waiver form to Student Services by May 23, 2019 to take
advantage of the current waiver requirements.

Students, summer school registration is now open for Fulton Virtual School and face-to-face classes at Milton High School. Summer school brochures are
now available in the Student Services office. The brochure includes the list of courses available and explains the registration process. Pick up one today!

Prom ticket sales begin today. Tickets will be sold online only. Tickets will be $55 if you have paid class dues, and $60 if you have not paid dues. Prices
will increase by $5 each week. Guest forms can be found online or in the front office. You must have your online receipt to redeem your tickets from the
front office. Tickets will be distributed after Spring Break. The prom will be held April 13th at the Windward Marriott.

Do you want to know more about Georgia State, or the University of Kentucky? Representatives are visiting this week, so go to Student Services and sign
up today! Sophomores, you can sign up too!

The boys varsity tennis team beat West Laurens 3-2 Friday and ended up taking second place in the North Cobb tournament.

The boys soccer team lost a tough match to Etowah Friday night, despite dominating the match. Goals from Max Wolverton and Oscar Lazardi, two
assists from Christian Quintana. Chase Foxman hit the post in the last second. The boys fought hard all game, just wasn’t their night.

Attention Actors, Singers, and Dancers! Auditions for next year’s brand new Musical Theater Class will be held Tuesday, March 26th after school in the
auditorium. Please prepare a 45-second monologue and a song. Please note that you will have to have previously been enrolled in an acting or chorus
class at RHS to be enrolled in Musical Theater for the 2019-2020 school year. Come see Mrs. Stern in the Auditorium if you have any questions!

Congratulations to this year’s Laws of Life Essay Winners! Rhea D’Souza is the overall school winner and 9th grade winner, and Litzy Garcia-Lopez is the
winner for 12th grade. Honorable Mentions go to Emily Armour, Riley DeCan, Kalea Mills, and Gisell Ochoa.

If you are interested in being a member of next year’s dance team, there will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, March 27, at 6 pm in G-112,
Mrs. Porter’s room. Parents and dancers are encouraged to attend. Tryouts for dance team will begin after spring break, on April 10. Please contact Mrs.
Porter if you have questions.

The Armed Services Aptitude Battery will be given at RHS on the 27th of March. The ASVAB is an excellent career exploration test that anyone can take
it for career identification purposes without obligation to the armed services. Contact Lieutenant Colonel Duplechien in Portable 5 if you are interested.
Also look for flyers that will posted around the school for information

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