Calling all 9th Grade Mathletes!!! Grab any 9th grade partner and sign up for the Freshmen Math Contest to be held during homeroom on Thursday Oct 6th! Find the contest poster in your homeroom for more details and a signup sheet. Food, fun, and fame available to participants! (Email Mrs. Johansen or Mrs. Brockhaus with questions.)
Did you know... 75% of LGBT youth say that most of their peers do not have a problem with their identity as LGBT (hrc.org). Let's make it 100%. Be an ALLY! #AllyWeek
Please return your Picture order form for Homecoming Pictures to the school office with payment by Thursday, October 6th. They will be picked up after school that day. The DVD's will be ready to pick up from the office the following Thursday, October 13th.
Even though payment was made online, the order form will still need to be returned to the office.
Student Council will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, October 4th during Homeroom. Any student is welcome to attend, no matter if you are in a club or not. It is a great way to find out what is going on in the school. If you are interested, please see Mrs. Prochaska or Miss Engel to get a pass to attend!
Spanish Club will be meeting on Wednesday, October 5th at 3:30 in A104. We will be working on decorations for the room for Sweet Treat Night! Bring a bag of candy to contribute to the event! We will also be planning an event to celebrate El dia de los muertos as a group! Join in on the fun and sign up outside room A104 so we can plan the snacks!
Writing Club: Love to write? If you have a story, poem, song, or essay that you want to share, we would love to listen and give you feedback. Writing club meets every Tuesday in room A103 after school. Brain blocked? Each week we give our writer's block a theme. For next week, write about either of these topics: 1) Find a face in an old yearbook (See Mrs. Olsen in the library for help) and write a story about this character. 2) Write a story about an ordinary object, but use your imagination to make it extraordinary.
Hope to see you there!
Trap Shooting is a great sport to hone your shooting skills. Hit pottery traveling 43 mph! Trap is the safest and fastest growing sport in the State. Kids who attend Ralston can participate on the Gross Trap Shooting Team. Practice starts after the New Year and the season is 8 weeks, starting in March and goes through State on the first weekend in May. For more information, contact Coach Chris Horihan at email@example.com Please note the email change!
Jack Martin Photography will be here on Wednesday, October 26 for re-takes and/or make-up photos. They'll be here during 3rd period lunches. Order forms are available online under the Document section at the RHS web page.