Boys JV and Varsity Basketball players- if you have not seen Coach Dunlap to get your 2010 t-shirt, do so soon!
Mayatux-Mayapparel…Mayatux-Mayapparel- looking for a terrific tux under $100.00? Looking for a great service and a timely pick up? Mayatux-Mayapparel will be here on Tuesday, April 13th during lunch to take measurements and orders for great, affordable tuxes. Tuxes will be delivered to RHS right before Prom. See see see Marcus Wright and Kevin Heller for details.
The KEA Scholarship is open to seniors who plan to be future teachers. Please submit your applications as soon as possible. FYI – we’re talking THOUSANDS of dollars if you receive this one.
Attention students- your cafeteria is conducting a student survey to find out how we can improve your school breakfast and lunch experience. Visit www.studentvp.com/kent to take the survey. Visit your cafeteria to learn more about this survey and how you could win a Best Buy gift card. Let your voice be heard, practice your survey skills, improve your dining experience and enter a chance to win free stuff!
In 2009 there were nearly 6 million cases of child abuse reported. Do your part and help raise awareness of child abuse next Tuesday, April 13th by participating in the Day of Silence. Sign up during your lunch period this Thursday and Friday and next Monday. Be a part of Break the Silence; Release the Fear public relations campaign sponsored by DECA.
NHS members! We have a meeting right after school today, 4/7 in Mrs. Bugosh’s room. Come to discuss next year’s officers and our fundraiser.
Attention all Project Unity members-there will be a meeting on Thursday, April 8.
Any Drama Guild member interested in stage managing the Spring One-Acts should see Mr. Harr in room 202 by the end of the week.
Attention Senior Retreat participants- please check the list on the Activities Office window to see if you still need yo turn in any of your forms. These forms are past due. In order to keep your spot, you must turn in all forms to Miss Consilio’s mailbox immediately! See Miss Myers if you need extras.
Recycle your shoes! Old tennis shoes, usable other shoes, as well as glasses and cell phones in the cafeteria-Celebrate Earth Month!
Congratulations to the Lady Tracksters for their 2nd place finish at Crestwood Saturday by a great team effort. Individual champions were: Devan Mercer-shot, Erin Waples-300 hurdles. In a 6th place finish for the Men’s, Sean Waples set a meet record in the 110 hurdles.
Attention students participating in a spring sport- Athletic eligibility for the 4th nine weeks grading period is determined by the grades earned the third nine weeks grading period. A student must have passed 5 one half credit classes or the equivalent to be academically eligible for athletics in the 4th nine weeks. Friday, April 9th determines eligibility or ineligibility for the final grading period for spring sports. Also, be certain you maintain five classes for the entire second semester. If you have questions, see Mr. Rutzky.
Batter up! OK sports fans! Come to breakfast this week and enter your guess for the final score of the Cleveland home opener on April 12th. Just buy any breakfast item, place your name, pin number and scores for both the Indians and Texas on your entry ticket. Correct entries will go into a drawing for a Best Buy card. Good Luck!
Attention any girl not in a spring sport that is interested in playing volleyball in the fall – there will be an open gym today, April 5th from 3 – 5 at RHS.
Want to make a difference or need volunteer hours? POWERcorps’ Dance-A-Thon benefiting the Special Olympics of Portage County is being held April 17th from 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. at Kent State University Rec Center. Come dance for an hour or for as long as you want! Please come to the Activities Office for more information.