Sunday, January 22, 2012

Redmond High News & Events - Town Meetings with Jane Todd rescheduled

Breaking News:  Due to the snow days, the end of semester for junior high and high schools has been delayed by one week from January 27 to February 3. An updated exam schedule will be posted soon at the daily schedule page on the RHS web site.

INFORMATION SESSIONS FOR FAMILIES OF INCOMING STUDENTS. For families with an incoming RHS freshman or sophomore, the Town Meetings with Principal Jane Todd have been rescheduled to:  January 25 and February 1, as follows: 

· Freshmen. For the parents of incoming freshmen, there will be a Town Meeting in the PAC with Principal Jane Todd on January 25th.  A second freshmen parent meeting on February 1 will feature an evening orientation presented by RHS counseling staff.

· Sophomores. For the parents of incoming sophomores, there will be an evening orientation presented by the Redmond High School counseling staff on January 25th.  A second incoming sophomore parent meeting on February 1 will feature a Town Meeting in the PAC with Principal Jane Todd.

CHEER FOOD DRIVE. In Washington State, 1 in 4 children live in families that struggle to put food on the table on a regular basis. Cheer is running a food drive to help stamp out hunger in our area. Please support Hopelink by bringing a donation of food to ALL home basketball games! Hopelink needs our help! Questions? Please ask a cheerleader.Read More! >>
LATIN DANCE EXPLOSION! On Saturday, January 28th at 7 PM, let the RHS Latinos Unidos club treat you to an evening of salsa lessons, food, and dancing to great Latin music at the Old Fire House Teen Center. FREE. To be involved, contact Chris Cullen.

REDMOND JUNIOR HIGH PRESENTS MULAN JR. The Redmond High School PAC is very proud to host students from Redmond Junior High as they present Mulan Jr. Please join us for a wonderful performance by RJH students on: February 2, 7:00 pm, February 3, 7:00 pm, and February 4, 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm at the RHS PAC. All tickets $7

GO STANGS! Congrats to the gymnastics team for placing first in all events and to the wrestling team for winning its matches in recent events!

CONGRATS REFLECTIONS WINNERS! RHS entered 15 works of art for the PTSA Reflections competition and our students were awarded 6 rosettes (more than any other LWSD high school)! The Reflections theme this year was "Diversity means." The top awards for "Outstanding Interpretation" went to Zoha Syed for Visual Art and for Musical Composition to Amanda Pang. Awards of Excellence went to Tiffany Kwakwa for musical composition and to Dwana Chung for visual Arts. Rosalyn Leban received an Award of Merit for literature as did Christine Powell for her photography. Zoha, Amanda, Tiffany, and Dawna's work will now go on to state level and we wish them all the best of luck. One piece will be chosen to represent RHS at the Lake Washington Schools Foundation lunch
"MUSTANG WEEKLY"  - RHS PTSA Newsletter, January, 2012

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