Come one, come all! It’s time for volleyball! That’s right, the first Senior vs. Faculty game is tomorrow, 10/29 at 6:00. Come cheer on the good guys as they take o the faculty!
Feeling hungry after school? NHS is having a bake sale after school this week. So bring your change and grab some goodies!
Attention RHS Leadership Retreat delegates- if you have not turned in your forms or money, please do so ASAP! It is very important. Also, do not forget to email your digital picture to Miss Myers at email@example.com. Thanks!
The Halloween Open Mic Night is approaching! Join us tomorrow night in the Art Room for all sorts of spooky fun! Sign up sheets are available in the Art Room 126.
Attention Rough Riders: Pick up a Red Ribbon today in the guidance office. Show your support for a drug-free lifestyle by wearing the Red Ribbon all this week. Remember, you have the power to be drug-free. Take the challenge 24/7.
Thursday, October 29, TOMORROW, any students who were assigned to the auditorium to take the Science portion of the OGTs should report to Room 531. Science OGTs will be given in Room 531 tomorrow.
Reminder: the next session of Driver Education will begin on Tuesday, November 3rd. You must be 15 years, 5 months old to take the class. Forms are available in the Career Ed and Activities Office.
Attention students interested in playing Hockey this year: there will be a VERY IMPORTANT meeting in room 517 this Friday, 10/30 at 3:30 to go over the tryout schedule and team information. The meeting is extremely important. If you have any questions, see Coach Barlow, or Coach Pfeiffer in room 517 immediately!
The Boys Soccer team won their first round OHSAA tournament game over Canfield 4-0. Scoring for the Riders were Andrew Jones with 2, Christopher Moravec and Ryan Parrish. The Riders next game will be Wednesday, Oct. 28th at home vs North Canton Hoover. Come out and support the team. Go Riders!
Hey writers, artists and photographers! Perception is up and running again and we’re looking for submissions. Meetings, along with writing sessions, are held every Wednesday after school in room 120.
Today is the beginning of the national celebration Red Ribbon Week. Red Ribbon Week is celebrated to honor the work and memory of Drug Enforcement Agent Enrique Camarena who was murdered by drug traffickers in 1985. The Red Ribbon symbolizes a commitment to a healthy, drug free lifestyle. Red Ribbons will be available in the cafeteria today during all lunch periods. If you have personally lost a loved one or friend to drugs, you can honor that person’s memory by writing their name on the back of the ribbon and wearing it. Show your fellow students and staff members that you support a lifestyle that is drug free. Also, a red cord has been tied to all car antennas in the parking lots today. Let this remind you to make good choices, stay safe and be drug free.
The Showcase of Bands, originally scheduled for Friday, October 23, 2009, has been POSTPONED (date to be announced). Many of the performers have been ill or are involved in the football game against Crestwood. The Ohio Model UN hopes to reschedule the event for later this year . . . details to come. If you have any questions, see advisors Larry Picicco or Mike Markulis.
Come cheer on the Boys Soccer team as they play Canfield tomorrow night, 10/24 at home in the District Tournament at 7:00 p.m.
The Girls Soccer team will take on Stow away tomorrow, 10/24 at 2:00 in the Sectional Finals. That’s a 2:00 game that will be played at the Transportation Soccer Field at Stow High School. Good Luck Lady Riders!
Attention everyone who signed up for the publicity crew for the fall play-there will be a meeting immediately after school at 2:40 on Monday, October 26th In the Scene Shop. If you do not attend, you will not be included in the crew!