Rolesville High School Weekly Posting | October 8, 2017
Congratulations, Lady Rams Tennis Team! They sealed the deal on first place in the conference this week. (For those who are not aware, we are in a new conference this year with Heritage, Wake Forest, Wakefield, Knightdale and Corinth-Holders.)
PTSA Meeting: Our monthly PTSA meeting will be held on Monday 10/9 at 6pm. Those of you that can join us, please come out. Your presence is always appreciated.
Jostens Makeup Day: October 10th...Students who want to order class rings or need to order caps, gowns and tassels for graduation need to take care of business. Either type of order requires a $60 deposit. I remind all senior parents that students cannot participate in the graduation ceremony without required cap, gown and tassel.(Additional attire requirements will be shared later.)
Senior Parents: RHS is having a Financial Aid Night on Oct. 10 at 6pm in the media center. Please come and learn about financial aid options for your children.
Spirit Week and Homecoming: We have lots of great opportunities! Powder Puff games are at 6:30 on Monday. Each day has a theme and we will start the week with favorite movie character day. We have a pep rally scheduled for Friday and the homecoming game vs. Knightdale is that evening. We will elect our homecoming king and queen. Saturday night, we will have a homecoming dance from 7-10 PM.
WTCC College and Career Promise: If students are interested in the Career and College Promise (CCP) there will be another Session on Oct. 11 at 6pm at the Northern Wake Campus. Please remember all students that want to register for the CCP program must attend an information session.
For Sophomores: If sophomores are interested in the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Seminar this summer, they should stop by Student Services for an application. The applications are DUE OCT 20.
Job Success 101 Seminar: The Wake Forest Chamber Foundation is implementing a FREE Job Success 101 Seminar to help students get an interview, get a job, and keep the job on October 21, 2017 from 8:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at the Renaissance Centre in downtown Wake Forest. The seminar is geared toward individuals who are 16 to 20 years old in the Wake Forest area. The event is limited to 60 participants and you must register to attend. Those who attend the seminar can participate in a job fair with local businesses looking to hire for the Christmas/winter months. Students at least 16 years old who are interested in attending should sign up at https://tinyurl.com/y7k7p8by.
Reindeer Day - November 4th, 9am -4pm: Lots of help is needed to make this a very successful event. We are beyond excited to have approx 160 vendors this year and want everyone to have a smooth transition before, during and after the event. That's where we need your help! Tables will need to be distributed to certain booth spaces on Friday night. Also, vendors will need assistance unloading their products and brought to their assigned booths. This will take place on Friday night and Saturday morning. On Saturday, coverage will be needed for our vendors to offer short restroom/snack breaks. Finally, the breakdown of booths, assistance to vendors with the loading of their products and cleanup. In order to receive a volunteer shirt, folks must sign up to volunteer by Oct. 17th.
From the soccer team: The Rolesville Soccer Program would like to invite everyone to come out and support your RAMS as they take on Wake Forest next Wednesday (10/11). We will be hosting the Cougars at 4:30/6:00 for both Junior Varsity and Varsity respectively. It will also be a night where we will be honoring quite a few of our senior players and I know they would love to see lots of support. This game will be their red-letter game, on where they encourage others to come out in large numbers to support them.
Rams Scare Run: RHS Athletics will host our 2nd annual "Rams Scare Run" on Saturday October 21st. We will have a 1 mile "Costume Run" at 4:30pm. This run is only $10 per family. The 5K will be at 5:00pm. In addition to the race, we will have fun activities for the entire family. This is an excellent opportunity to support the Rolesville Athletic Club (Booster Club) as well as our student-athletes. Please spread the word to your family and friends.
Opportunity through Wake Electric: I got an email this week to share an opportunity that current juniors may apply for. They are looking for applicants for the 2017 Electric Youth Tour. If selected, students will go on a tour of Washington, D.C. from June 9-15 to learn not only about electric cooperatives but also our government and history. For those who attend, there will be a $1000 scholarship to be paid to the college or university when the student is enrolled the following year. The deadline is Dec. 13 at 5 PM. Applications can be found at www.wemc.com/youth-tours/. Winners are also eligible to apply for three additional scholarships.