WE R READY FOR SUCCESS! WELCOME BACK RHS! ~ 2018-2019 School Year ~ RHS ADMINISTRATION Mr. Farinella, Principal Ms. Rivera, Vice Principal of Grades 10 & 12 Mr. Sarcone, Vice Principal of Grade 11 Ms. Volino-Reinso, Vice Principal of Grade 9 SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT With diversity as our strength, the Rahway High School Community shall provide inclusive and challenging programs to
accommodate the unique needs of all students, allowing them to experience success and reach their highest potential. Our programs will prepare all students to achieve at established local, state and federal levels. In addition, these programs will prepare them to become independent and self-sufficient adults who will succeed and contribute Responsible Academic Healthy Willing Accountable Y Yes, I can! R
RESPONSIBILE BE RESPONSIBLE PRACTICE GOOD HABITS USE YOUR STUDENT AGENDA TAKE ACADEMICS SERIOUSLY PARTICIPATE IN COMMUNITY SERVICE ENGAGE IN SPORTS/CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES RED & BLACK CARD The Red & Black Card is an incentive program to reward
students who demonstrate a commitment to academic success and extra-curricular participation. The incentives include free lunches, movie tickets, free admission to school events, and an afternoon BBQ with door prizes. Red & Black Cards are distributed at the end of each quarter. Students who receive a Red & Black Card for the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd quarter may be eligible to attend the Red & Black Card Picnic at the end of the school year. To qualify for a Red & Black Card students must: Honor Roll or High Honor Roll; Be involved in at least one extra or co-curricular activity for the marking period; Have no outstanding book fines, library fines, equipment owed.
May not have served a Saturday Detention or OSS for a disciplinary infraction. A D, F, NC (No Credit) in any course for the marking period will exclude the student from a Red & Black Card. PREPARE FOR SUCCESS (GUIDANCE DEPT.) COLLEGE & CAREER READINESS TUTORING OPPORTUNITIES AND RESOURCES AIP Program Know teacher tutoring hours Read pp. 34-42 of student handbook STANDARDIZED TESTING AND GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS GUIDANCE COUNSELORS 2018-19 AY Counselor Ms. Gleason
ELA and Math Assessment Requirements for the Class of 2019 Three Pathways Available First Pathway Take and Pass a PARCC Test English Language Arts (ELA) PARCCfor ELAClasses Grade 9>=of 7502018 (Level and 4) 2019, State graduation PARCC Algebra I>= 750 (Level 4)
NJDOE Guidelines requirements. or Second Pathway Take and Pass One of the Alternative Assessments Third Pathway Portfolio Appeals Mathematics PARCC ELA Grade 10>= 750 (Level 4) or
PARCC ELA Grade 11>= 725 (Level 3) or PARCC Geometry>=725 (Level 3) or PARCC Algebra II >= 725 (Level 3) SAT Critical Reading (taken before 3/1/16) >= 400 or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing Section (taken 3/1/16 or later) >= 450 or SAT Reading Test (taken 3/1/16 or later) >= 22 or ACT Reading or ACT PLAN Reading* >= 16 or Accuplacer WritePlacer >= 6
or Accuplacer WritePlacer ESL >= 4 or PSAT10 Reading or PSAT/NMSQT Reading (taken before 10/1/15) >= 40 or PSAT10 Reading or PSAT/NMSQT Reading (taken 10/1/15 or later) >= 22 or ACT Aspire Reading* >= 422 or ASVAB-AFQT Composite >= 31 SAT Math (taken before 3/1/16) >= 400 or SAT Math Section (taken 3/1/16 or later) >= 440 or SAT Math Test (taken 3/1/16 or later) >= 22
or ACT or ACT PLAN* Math >= 16 or Accuplacer Elementary Algebra >= 76 or PSAT10 Math or PSAT/NMSQT Math (taken before 10/1/15) >= 40 or PSAT10 Math or PSAT/NMSQT Math (taken 10/1/15 or later) >= 22 or ACT Aspire Math* >= 422 or ASVAB-AFQT Composite >= 31 Meet the criteria of the NJDOE Portfolio Appeal for ELA Meet the criteria of the NJDOE Portfolio Appeal for Math
Note: *Test is no longer administered but can be used for the graduating year. Graduation Requirement Chart ELA and Math Assessment Requirements for the Class of 2020 Three Pathways Available English Language Arts (ELA) First Pathway Take and Pass a PARCC Test Take and Pass PARCC ELA Grade 10>750 (Level 4) Second Pathway Take and Pass
one of the Alternative Assessments PARCC ELA Grade 9 >= 750 (Level 4) or PARCC ELA Grade 11 >= 725 (Level 3) or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing Section (taken 3/1/16 or later) >= 450 or SAT Reading Test (taken 3/1/16 or later) >= 22 or ACT Reading or ACT PLAN Reading* >= 16 or Accuplacer WritePlacer >= 6 or
Accuplacer WritePlacer ESL >= 4 or PSAT10 Reading or PSAT/NMSQT Reading (taken before 10/1/15) >= 40 or PSAT10 Reading or PSAT/NMSQT Reading (taken 10/1/15 or later) >= 22 or ACT Aspire Reading* >= 422 or ASVAB-AFQT Composite >= 31 This Pathway is only available if a student takes all PARCC tests associated with the high-school level courses for which they were eligible and receive valid scores*
Third Pathway Portfolio Appeals This Pathway is only available if a student takes all PARCC tests associated with the high-school level courses for which they were eligible and receive valid scores* Meet the criteria of the NJDOE Portfolio Appeal for ELA Mathematics Take and Pass PARCC Algebra I >750 (Level 4) PARCC Geometry >= 725 (Level 3) or
PARCC Algebra II >= 725 (Level 3) Or SAT Math Section (taken 3/1/16 or later) >= 440 or SAT Math Test (taken 3/1/16 or later) >= 22 or ACT or ACT PLAN* Math >= 16 or Accuplacer Elementary Algebra >= 76 or PSAT10 Math or PSAT/NMSQT Math (taken before 10/1/15) >= 40 or PSAT10 Math or PSAT/NMSQT Math (taken 10/1/15 or later) >= 22 or ACT Aspire Math* >= 422 or
ASVAB-AFQT Composite >= 31 Meet the criteria of the NJDOE Portfolio Appeal for Math GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: ELA and Math Assessment Requirements for the Class of 2021 & Beyond Two Pathways Available First Pathway Second Pathway Take and Pass One of the Alternative Assessments
English Language Arts (ELA) Mathematics Take and Pass PARCC ELA Grade 10 >=750 (Level 4) Take and Pass PARCC Algebra I >= 750 (Level 4)** Meet the criteria of the NJDOE Portfolio Appeal for ELA Meet the criteria of the NJDOE Portfolio Appeal for Math This Pathway is only available if a student takes all PARCC tests associated with the high-school level courses for which they were eligible*
Note: * Eligible is defined as a student who is enrolled in a high-school level course for which there is a PARCC test and receive a valid score. This includes all of these courses: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, ELA 9, ELA 10, and ELA 11. ** The NJDOE is providing flexibility to meet the math assessment requirement for students in the Classes of 2020 and 2021 who completed an Algebra I course prior to the September 6, 2016 effective date of the new high school assessment regulations. 2018-2019 Standardized Test Dates (Posted on School Website) Standardized Tests Offered at RHS Test Date Test Name Place of Test Fee 10/04/2018
Accuplacer (Math) RHS Computer Lab Room 200 No Fee* 10/05/2018 Accuplacer (ELA) RHS Computer Lab Room 200 No Fee* 10/06/2018 SAT
RHS No Fee * 02/11/2019 ASVAB RHS No Fee * 03/09/2019 SAT RHS
$46.00/60.00 w/Essay 03/20/2019 Accuplacer RHS (ACE testing) Computer Lab Room 200 No Fee * TBD ASVAB RHS No Fee*
04/13/2019 ACT RHS $46.00/62.50 w/Essay 04/15-04/18/2019 PARCC RHS (Computer Based) No Fee* Only for English III and Algebra II 04/29-05/02/2019
PARCC RHS (Paper Based, Make-Up testing) No Fee* Only for English III and Algebra II 05/04/2019 SAT RHS $46.00/60.00 w/Essay TBD Accuplacer
RHS TBD Accuplacer RHS TBD ASVAB RHS 06/01/2019 SAT
RHS 06/28/2019 Accuplacer RHS Computer Lab Room 200 $46.00/60.00 w/Essay No Fee* Standardized Tests Offered Off-Site Test Date Test Name Place of Test
Fee 09/18/2018 ACT See ACT Website http://www.actstudent.org/regist/actfees.html $46.00/62.50 w/Essay 10/27/2018 ACT See ACT Website http://www.actstudent.org/regist/actfees.html $46.00/62.50 w/Essay
11/03/2018 SAT SAT Website: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org See ACT Website: http://www.actstudent.org/regist/actfees.html $46.00/60.00 w/Essay 02/09/2019 ACT $46.00/62.50 w/Essay 6/08/2019
ACT See ACT Website http://www.actstudent.org/regist/actfees.html $46.00/62.50 w/Essay 7/13/2019 ACT See ACT Website http://www.actstudent.org/regist/actfees.html $46.00/62.50 w/Essay Do I have to take the PARCC? Currently enrolled in: - Algebra I - Geometry
- Algebra II - English I - English II - English III PARCC Performance Levels PARCC will report results using five performance levels: Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5
4 5 Students performing at Levels or on Algebra II or English III assessments will earn a College- and CareerReady Determination if they attend college in a PARCC state (such as NJ). PARCC Testing Dates April 15-18, 2019 Performance Assessment: Mathematics- 2 days Language Arts- 2 days http://parcc.pearson.com
View sample tests TestNav 8 tutorial Graphing Calculator Equation Editor IMPORTANT TESTING INFORMATION OCTOBER 10 GRADES 9, 10, & 11 PSAT10 Reading 22; Mathematics 22 GRADE 12 ASVAB Composite Score of 31 April 15-18, 2019 GRADES 9-12 PARCC Refer to chart for passing scores A
AMBITIOUS Academics Tutoring Opportunities Teacher Interns Dates to be determined. Academic Intervention Program (AIP) (May be required for some athletes) Alternative Center for Education (ACE) Monday-Thursday, 2:30-5:00 p.m. Dates to be determined. Use Your Student Agenda Be familiar with District Codes/Guidelines Record assignments, deadlines, appointments, & grades. Prepare for School
Do your homework. Check your school email regularly. Prepare for tests (SAT, ACT, PARCC, AP exams, Accuplacer, ASVAB, etc.). Review resources page of student handbook (test prep apps, Khan Academy, etc.). Study for quizzes and tests. Know your PowerSchool log on & track your grades and assignments. Seek extra help when needed. Communicate with your parents, counselor, and teachers. Challenge yourself! Kean University /Rutgers University Student Intern Tutoring Schedule Location: Academic Success Center (Library) Time: 2:45pm 3:30pm
Date: September December Tutoring Schedule TBA - Posted in classrooms and in all school offices Fall Term Subjects: Mathematics, Science, & Social Studies H HEALTHY BE HEALTHY MIND & BODY (MR. PICONE) MAKE GOOD DECISIONS & HEALTHY CHOICES CROSSING STREET SAFELY HIB POLICY AND PROCEDURES DATING VIOLENCE POLICY SUBSTANCE ABUSE/SUSPECTED SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROCEDURES ALL MEDICATIONS MUST BE PLACED IN THE NURSES OFFICE OTC MEDICATIONS
VAPING SOCIAL MEDIA RESPONSIBILITY CHILD STUDY TEAM (Room 221 A) COUNSELING AVAILABLE TO STUDENTS IN CST, GUIDANCE, & WITH MR. PICONE. (Room 328) W WILLING WILLING BE WILLING (CLASS ADVISORS) GET INVOLVED! CLASS NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS CLASS ADVISORS
CLASS OF 2019: Ms. Hennessey, Ms. Munoz, & Ms. Romeo CLASS OF 2020: Ms. Carr, Ms. Harper & Ms. Patel Class of 2021: Ms. Graner, Ms. Cana & Ms. Parades Class of 2022: Ms. Rieder & Mr. Clark Look on your class website for class news and class meeting information. www.rahway.net/rhs STUDENT ELECTIONS OCTOBER 2018 Class Officers and SGA/Homeroom Representatives Attention 17 & 18 y/o Students: #myvoicemyvote Voter Registration Drive Register during your lunch from October 8-12
CLUB DAY Is September 12, 2018 DURING LUNCH CLUBS/ACTIVITIES INCLUDE: Art and Anime Club Art National Honor Society (NAHS)* Band* Blue Tri* Broadcasting/ KUDOS* Chess Club Class of 2019 Class of 2020 Class of 2021 Class of 2022 Dance Club Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA)* Drama Club (Fall and Winter)* E-Sports French Club French National Honor Society *
Gardening Club Gospel Choir Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) Italian Club Italian National Honor Society* Marine Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (MJROTC)* Math Club Math National Honor Society* Multi-Ethnic Cultural Club (MECC) Musical Theatre* CLUBS/ACTIVITIES Continued
Newspaper (Rho Eta Sigma) National Honor Society* Outdoors Club Peer Leadership*
Play Production Club Robotics Club Science National Honor Society* Seekers Select Chorus* Social Studies National Honor Society Spanish Club Spanish National Honor Society* Speak Up Club Spirit Club Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) Student Government Association International Thespian Honor Society* Wrestling Club Yearbook *Denotes that membership is based on a selection process for which members must qualify or be enrolled in a specific class. It is the policy of the Board to keep the number of times a pupil is given permission to leave class for activities at a minimum. The time that pupils are to be dismissed for extracurricular activities is to
be decided by the building principal/assistant principals. A ACCOUNTABLE BE ACCOUNTABLE SCHOOL SAFETY IS A PRIORITY! FOLLOW YOUR SCHEDULE. SEE AN ADMINISTRATOR OR SAFETY OFFICER FOR ASSISTANCE. DO NOT OPEN AN ENTRANCE DOOR FOR ANYONE. DO NOT SHARE LOCKERS. CODE OF CONDUCT Discipline Know the Code of Conduct! (Provided in student handbook.) Appropriate behavior is expected at all times: to & from school, at school events, on a school bus
Theft will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law Fighting possible complaints signed Walking in streets expect consequences at school Harassment/Intimidation/Bullying Procedures. Forms to report HIB are in the administration and guidance offices. All suspensions must be reported to your college. BUS RULES Wear your seatbeltits the law! Bus Driver may ASSIGN seats for safety & bus behavior. Be Courteous. Rule violators will be held responsible for all infractions, including:
Eating or drinking on the bus Fighting/acts of violence/bullying Smoking. Distracting the bus driver. Throwing objects inside the bus, or out the window Destroying or damaging the bus Riding without a bus pass *Bus Infractions may range from detention, Saturday Detention, OSS, and/or suspension from the bus from 1-10 days; or permanent removal from the bus for serious misbehavior. CELL PHONE AND OTHER PERSONAL ELECTRONIC DEVICES POLICY Classrooms Instructional purposes with teacher permission only. Computer Labs Academic Success Center/Library Assemblies
Off and out-of-sight in instructional and testing areas. All standardized testing sessions Scores may be voided and violators will be suspended from school. At no time during the school day are students permitted to use the camera or video recorder device on their phone. Disruptive behavior and acts of insubordination will result in disciplinary consequences. Personal cell phones and other personal electronic devices may be used in the following areas of the building so long as they are not disruptive and/or result in being late to class. During lunch time (in the cafeteria) While passing from class to-class Upon entering the building at the start of the day (until homeroom) When leaving the building for dismissal (at the dismissal bell) Students must keep one ear open when using earbuds or headphones in school. CELL PHONE AND OTHER PERSONAL ELECTRONIC DEVICES POLICY Cell phones or any other electronic devices may not be used for any unlawful purposes.
These guidelines are subject to change at the discretion of the Rahway High School administration. The Rahway Public Schools are not responsible for any lost, damaged or stolen items. Students are strongly encouraged to leave all valuables at home. Lock Boxes will be provided in classrooms when requested by the teacher during activities which require students to place backpacks in a shared space (i.e. a lab period or library lesson). CELL PHONE AND OTHER PERSONAL ELECTRONIC DEVICES POLICY CONSEQUENCES First Offense- Administrative Detention Subsequent Offenses- Saturday Detention* Students who demonstrate willful and open defiance in school may be subject to out-of-school suspension.
*Failure to attend Saturday Detention (any offense)= 2 day OSS DRESS CODE Footwear must have a secured back. Jeans may not have excessive rips. Shirts/Tops must have a sleeve Leggings may be worn as stockings only All tops with leggings & skirts/dresses must be at least 6 above the knee Hats Place them in locker or book bag. Do not wear or carry in hallways or classrooms. DRESS CODE VIOLATIONS:
-1ST & 2nd offense Admin Detention 3rd offense-Saturday Detention 4th offense-Saturday Detention and Parent Meeting In Lieu of Administrative Detention. Mondays 2:40-3:30 p.m. Room 313 Administrative Detention Wednesday Mornings 7:15-7:55 a.m. Room 107 Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 2:403:20 p.m. Room 315
Saturday Detention First Saturday Detention is September 29. Others TBA. RHS Cafeteria 8:30-10:30 a.m. Must bring school work or personal reading material. No electronics/cellular devices Students may not schedule Saturday Detention around team or club events. Failure to attend = 2-day OSS STUDENT IDENTIFCATION BADGES Your ID Wear it or produce it to any school adult when requested. IDs will be made in the Security Office (located across the cafeteria). ID is needed for breakfast/lunch, for entry into certain school
events, and for entrance to SAT Testing. NEW IDs will be issued following SCHOOL PICTURE DAY (September 26 & 27). Replacement fee is $5.00 after October 15th CAFETERIA PROCEDURES No food/drink may leave the school cafeteria (science lab exception). CAFETERIA OPENS AT 7:05 A.M. TO BREAKFAST STUDENTS ONLY (MUST PRESENT ID). Must have ID to get lunch. PBJ lunch given to students without lunch money. (Limited to 5 per year. Fine cards given if not paid.) Effective October 15, must show school ID to leave cafeteria on a pass. WILL BE SUSPENDED FOR A MINIMUM OF 5 DAYS FOR THROWING FOOD OR OBJECTS. MAY NOT WANDER AROUND THE CAFETERIA. MUST CLEAR YOUR TABLE AFTER LUNCH IS EATEN. MAY NOT ORDER LUNCH FROM AN OUTSIDE VENDOR (food will be confiscated).
MISUSE OF A HALL PASS TO ENTER CAFETERIA: 1st offense-Detention 2nd offense-Saturday detention ACADEMIC INTEGRITY 1ST OFFENSE ACADEMIC DISHONESTY CONTRACT SIGNED; MEETING WITH GUIDANCE COUNSELOR, STUDENT & PARENT; LOSS OF CREDIT ON ASSIGNMENT 2ND OFFENSE - LOSS OF CREDIT IN THE CLASS Plagiarism Cheating Copying from others Sharing work with others Collaboration vs. Copying- All student work must reflect independent thinking and proper citation of all resources used.
ANY infraction may result in removal from an Honor Society. SPORTS/CO-CURRICULAR ELIGIBILITY This policy includes all sports, clubs (and related field trips), school performances, etc. Grades 10-12: Must have obtained 30 credits at end of the 2017-18 AY for Fall 2018. Grades 9-12: Must obtain 15 credits in first semester to be eligible for winter/spring sports/activities. Must have 30 credits at the end this current year for Fall 2019 sports/activities. 10 DAY OSS POLICY STUDENT PRIVILEGES WILL BE REVOKED FOR: Trips
Co-curricular activities Sports Clubs Prom Graduation and Project Graduation STUDENT ATTENDANCE POLICY Homeroom: BEGINS @ 8:00 A.M. Sign-in to Attendance Office if arrival is after homeroom. Consequences will be given to students who fail to do so. Excused vs. Non-excused Absences -Excused: Death in family; medical notes; court dates; college visits -Non-excused: Family vacations; sick days without seeing the doctor
Appeal process- required on 18.5 days of absence Late Arrival/Early Dismissal Students-must sign into Attendance Office. Bell Schedule Note: Homeroom begins at 8:00 a.m. Daily 7:12 AM-3:23 PM Shortened Day Delayed Opening 7:28 AM-1:02 PM 10:05 AM-3:07 PM
Period 1 7:12-7:57 Homeroom 8:00-8:10 Period 2 8:13-8:58 Period 3 9:01-9:46 Period 4 9:49-10:34 Period 5 (Lunch) 10:37-11:22 Period 6 (Lunch) 11:25-12:10 Period 7 (Lunch) 12:13-12:58 Period 8 (Lunch) 1:01-1:46 Period 9 1:49-2:35 Period 10 2:38-3:23
Period 1 7:28-7:57 Homeroom 8:00-8:10 Period 2 8:13-8:42 Period 3 8:45-9:14 Period 4 9:17-9:46 Period 5 (Lunch) 9:49-10:19 Period 6 (Lunch) 10:22-10:52 Period 7 (Lunch) 10:55-11:25 Period 8 (Lunch) 11:28-11-58 Period 9 12:01-12:30 Period 10 12:33-1:02
No Period 1 Class Due to Delay Homeroom 10:05-10:14 Period 2 10:17-10:46 Period 3 10:49-11-18 Period 4 11:21-11:50 Period 5 (Lunch) 11:53-12:24 Period 6 (Lunch) 12:27-12-57 Period 7 (Lunch) 1:00-1:30 Period 8 (Lunch) 1:33-2:03 Period 9 2:06-2:35 Period 10 2:38-3:07 ATTENDANCE POLICY
Late to class - 5x = Central Detention - 10x = Saturday Detention - 15x = Out-of-school Suspension Cutting class = Detention then Saturday Detention Cutting class 5x = Loss of Credit for full-year course Late to School 5x = Central Detention 10x = Saturday Detention 16th and 19thx = Saturday Detention for each late 20th, 25th, 30th , etc. = Out-of-school suspension for each 5x late. In hallway without a pass = Central Detention, then Saturday Detention, then
OSS Leaving School without Permission Students must follow the schedule assigned at all times. Leaving school building = Saturday Detention then OSS 1st offense = Saturday Detention Any following offense = OSS Leaving school grounds = OSS (This includes leaving school grounds without permission during assigned lunch periods, study centers, and Period 10 class.) SAFETY DRILLS Shelter-in-place Stay in class; teaching continues Lockdown Teaching stops; move to a safe area in the classroom Fire evacuation - Fire alarm will go off or, Evacuate, evacuate,
evacuate will be heard over the loudspeaker. Non-fire evacuation If we evacuate to Greenfield, you will be instructed, Evacuate to Greenfield. Once there, you must find your homeroom teacher for attendance. Your teacher will hold a sign. Look for it and know your area for safety. Community Police Presentation Coming in October NUMBERS TO REMEMBER 120 = CREDITS NEEDED TO GRADUATE 18 = DAYS LIMIT FOR ABSENCES 10 DAYS OSS = ALL STUDENT PRIVILEGES LOST 6 DAYS OSS = SPORTS PRIVILEGES LOST 1 = ONE LIFE! LIVE IT RIGHT!
Yes I Can! Announcements Back-to-School Night/Open House is Thursday, September 27, 2018 6:00 p.m. Parent Portal to PowerSchool Please remind your parents to set up their parent portal! Having problems? Need help? Contact [email protected]
Parent Portal Help Available at Back-toSchool/Open House Night on September 27 in the Computer Lab. PEP RALLY Friday, September 14 Period 9 RHS SPIRIT CLUB FAN BUS TO ATHLETIC COMPETITIONS! Yearbook Myth: The yearbook is for seniors only. Reality: The yearbook is for EVERYBODY! It is created by students in all grades and reflects events/activities of every grade throughout the entire year. Cant fit yearbook class into your schedule but want to be involved?
See Mr. Romano in Room 205! Interested in business and growing money? Join the Financial Team! See Mr. Vinci in Room 315! Learn collaboration, build communication skills, and improve critical thinking skills. Learn the life skills of leadership, accountability, and adaptability. Learn the world of journalism and learn how to tell stories-your stories! School Portraits: Dont be camera shy! Underclass Portraits: September 25 & 26, 2018 Senior Class Portraits: October 29 & 31, 2018 to be in the 2018-2019 yearbook. Class of 2019: Contact LifeTouch Studios for an appointment ($25 sitting fee). Call today! (Sophomores-Seniors) CLASSES OF 2019-2021
CLASS RINGS- JOSTENS September 20 & 21 Order during lunches in student caf. Selection of Student IDs : Voting -14 er 1 2 b m e p.m. t 3 , 4 Sep
1 r em b e t p e S : e Deadlin My School My Voice My Vote School ID Selection Check your RHS Gmail for the link to vote!
Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 RHs! Stay tuned for SENIOR ANNOUNCEMENTS important Senior Information CLASS OF 2019 CAP AND GOWN ORDERS October 10, 2018:
During Senior Meeting All cap & gown orders are through Jostens. Phone: (973) 403-8755 Fax: (973) 519-9931 Email: [email protected] Class of 2019 Meetings: September 11th February 5th October 2nd March 5th November 6th April 2nd
December 4th May 7th January 8th Reminders and changes will be announced via KUDOS. Upcoming Fundraisers: 1. September: Class Hoodies 2. September-October: Yankee Candle 3. November: Bonfire 4. December: Candy Grams PTO Project Graduation Class of 2019 Traditional Project Graduation
Class BBQ with Parents Class of 2019 BBQ I dont want to attend Project Graduation Senior Privilege DRIVING TO SCHOOL? DONT HAVE A PARKING PASS? PAY ATTENTION TO THE ROAD SIGNS! YOU WILL GET A TICKET OR TOW!! PARKING LOT PROCEDURES ~ Seniors Only ~ Parking Lottery: Submit completed application requirements to Ms. Riveras
Office. Completed application includes: car registration, drivers license, car insurance, application/letter signed by a parent. Students selected in the lottery will receive parking tags on this day during their lunch period OR after school. (You may not apply for Semester 2 parking if you won a spot for Semester 1.) 20 spaces are available. 18 students may win a spot via the lottery. 2 students will be granted a spot for ONE MONTH based on merit. Semester 1 Applications- Accepted September 14-20 (3:00 p.m. deadline) Lottery winners announced/Tags distributed -September 21 Parking-September 24, 2018-February 1, 2019
Semester 2 Applications-Accepted January 18-25 (3:00 p.m. deadline) Lottery winners announced/Tags distributed -February 1 Parking-February 4-June 20, 2019 What is Merit-based Parking? An administrator, counselor, or teacher may nominate you for merit-based parking. Examples: Senior Class Officer Student of the Month Honor Roll Student Community Service Volunteer Recognition for exemplary behavior PARKING LOT PROCEDURES ~ Seniors Only ~ Students who park in the lot without a permit or loan their space to
another student will receive a Saturday Detention and/or serve out-ofschool suspension as well as lose parking privileges. Students who park in the lot without a permit will receive a Saturday Detention and/or serve out-of-school suspension. Cars parked illegally are subject to tow at the owners expense. Anyone who parks in a handicapped space without proper tags will be ticketed. Anyone who drives recklessly in the lot and/or does not complete a full stop at the stop sign is subject to school and legal consequences. The most three important words you can say to yourself: YES, I CAN! SAY YES TO SUCCESS! HAVE A
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