RHS Student Announcements
Friday , October 30, 2015 B Day
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Congratulations to Mr. Siske's homeroom class on collecting the highest totals for the month of September! Keep collecting those receipts all the way through December!
Students and Staff: DECA hoofed it Sunday and collected all the food in the A-wing display but now we must meet our goal of 1,000 lbs. of food so we need to fill that case. We are asking you to bring cans of food to Room A120. Tell us your homeroom and we will offer a pizza party to the homeroom who donates the most. Please bring all food by today!!!! Let's see if RHS can donate 1,000 lbs. of food to the local food bank!!!!!
Students and Staff: Mark Nov. 11th on your calendar for Macho Man Volleyball. HOSA and DECA will be sponsoring the event to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Guys that are interested in playing need to sign up in room A120 as soon as possible. There will be 8 teams. Cost will be $3 in advance or $4 at the door. Tickets go on sale next week.
SENIORS: Be sure to check the T-shirt designs posted in the office window facing the commons. You will vote on the designs in homeroom today.
On Wednesday November 4th, there will be a cyber security expert, Mr. Ron Woerner, coming to speak to the high school at 2:00 pm in the media center. If you are interested in cyber security or hacking of some sort, and would like to attend, please let Mr. O'Reilly know. You must sign up prior to November 4th.
Culinary Club will meet today October 30th in F102 from 3:30pm - 4:45pm. We will be whipping up some spooky treats. Anyone is welcome. Questions? Ask Mrs. Krist.
Are you interested in social justice issues? Are you a mature student with a capacity for excellent leadership skills? Attend this year's Creating Inclusive Communities Student Workshop on Wednesday, November 4th at UNO. Transportation and lunch will be provided for this all-day workshop. You will be excused from your classes for the day.
A Creating Inclusive Communities (CIC) Workshop is a powerful interactive human
relations program for those interested in gaining a greater awareness and deeper
understanding of our diverse community. These highly interactive workshops help
participants to gain both foundational and advanced understanding of several areas of difference including race, class, sex, ability, and more.
Participation is limited to 40 students. Email your name and why you'd like to attend the workshop to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than today, October 30. Become a Student Athletic Trainer! Be involved in RHS athletics, earn service hours, learn about a medical profession, have fun, and meet new people. Must be able to commit to working a regular schedule. Options for after school and events only commitments are available. Duties will include basic taping and wound care, practice/event preparation, and attending RHS practices and events as scheduled. If interested email Co Schneider at email@example.com no later than Wednesday November 11th. In your email, please include why you are interested in this opportunity, what type of schedule you are interested in (afternoons, events only, particular sport, etc), and any schedule conflicts you might have.Those students selected to participate during the winter season will be notified by Thursday November 12th. Orientation and training meeting will be held Friday November 13th after school starting at 3:30 for 1-1.5 hours. Winter practices start Monday November 16th.
Ted's Mower Service has 2 full-time openings at their shop on 5155 Q Street. Hours: 8-5:30, Mon.-Fri. and 8-2 on Saturdays. Contact Deb at 402-731-7058. If you have a friend or relative who needs a full-time shop, pass along this information.
Seasonal Part-time Help wanted: at the Justice Store in Oakview Mall:
Listed by Emily Zabawa, manager.
Juniors & Seniors: Our next campus visit will be on Thursday, November 12, to Midland University in Fremont. Doughnuts and instructions will be served in Lec. C at 8:00 a.m., with the bus leaving at 8:30 a.m. and returning at 1:15. Sign up with Mrs. Barker in Guidance. Attendance is limited to the first 30 students who sign up and return their PERMISSION FORMS BY NOVEMBER 5.
OMAHA FIRE DEPARTMENT PROGRAM #535
If you interest is in the fire safety and/or emergency medical technician career fields, then join us! The Omaha Fire Dept. invites you to enroll as an Explorer and build a future career through this highly educational and hands-on program. This is a unique opportunity for students to work with real Omaha emergency responders and gain exclusive insight on what they can do now to prepare for this career. The goal is to introduce students to the exciting field of fire-fighting and EMT through hands-on experiences while taking part in community activities and events.
Program Start: November 17th, 2015 from 6:00-7:30pm
Location: Omaha Public Safety Training Center, 11616 Rainwood Road, Omaha, NE 68134
Program Cost: $40. REGISTRATION FOR TH
IS PROGRAM CAN BE COMPLETED AT:WWW.OMAHAEXPLORING.ORG
There will be an informational meeting for everyone interested in wrestling, Tuesday November 3rd after school in the aux gym. If you have any questions please contact coach Fink.
BOYS BASKETBALL MEETING - Anyone planning on playing boys basketball this year needs to attend a mandatory meeting MONDAY November 9th in Lecture Room C at 3:30. If you can't attend please let Coach Jackson know.
A Look Ahead:
Saturday, October 31st
Varsity Volleyball RCC Tournament - TBD - Away
Quiz Bowl - 7:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday, November 1st
Daylight Savings Time ENDS!
Remember to set your clocks BACK one hour!
Monday, November 2nd
No School - District Inservice Day