Rolesville HS Weekly Updates | March 28, 2019
Important Upcoming Dates
Prom Ticket Sales End: Friday night (March 29th) just before midnight
Final Senior Product Distribution: April 2nd
Next Report Card Distribution: April 5th
Senior Parent Graduation Meeting: April 9th at 6 PM
PROM TICKET SALES END FRIDAY NIGHT JUST BEFORE MIDNIGHT!!! Go to the Online School Payments on the website. The cost is now $80. There are no plans for further purchase after this time.
Senior Products: April 2 is the last time Jostens will bring grad caps and gowns and other senior products to school. They will be delivered during lunch. Orders must be made in advance at www.jostens.com. All online payments must be made at least 24 hours in advance. Payments at school must be cash or money order. No students can march in graduation without the proper graduation attire. Please take care of any remaining orders over the weekend.
Pep Rally Collection: Student Council collected 885 canned goods at our recent pep rally to be donated to the food bank.
Panorama Survey: Parents that have an email address on file should have received a survey from Panorama Education team. This survey is providing Rolesville High School with data on family engagement. You will continue to receive reminders from Panorama until the survey is completed. For those that do not have an email address on file, a link will be provided to take the survey during the month of April. The survey period is from March 25 - May 3, 2019.
Preparations for Senior Awards: We have started preparing for this event and we discussed one possible recognition that we want to be sure we get right. If your child has been in WCPSS K-12 and has had perfect attendance, please let us know asap. We had a situation last year that the computer did not pull a student’s name properly and we want to avoid this. We want deserving students to be recognized, Please let us know so we can research. You are welcome to email me directly at email@example.com.
Driver Ed Forms: We normally keep copies at the front desk and on the first floor of the cafeteria. Presently, Jordan Driving School is not taking forms. A new form will be available beginning April 7th and they will begin to take forms again.
Cords for Senior Activities: The list has been posted on the website. https://www.wcpss.net/cms/lib/NC01911451/Centricity/Domain/10633/Grad%202019%20cords.pdf
Planning Ahead for the April PTSA Board meeting: We will hold the meeting at 7 PM on the 9th following the senior parent graduation information meeting.
Leadership Opportunity for Rising Juniors and Seniors: The Wake Forest Chamber of Commerce has offered RHS 20 spots for some students to attend monthly sessions on soft skills for work, leadership, and financial literacy. This program will also include a 120-hour internship. We are grateful for the opportunity to help our students connect with work in the local community as part of a program that may become a model for other programs across the country.
Wake Tech Open Houses: I got an email from WTCC regarding two upcoming open houses. On April 6th, there is an open house from 9-noon at the Scott Northern Campus as well as 10 AM-1 PM for the Perry Health Sciences Campus. For more information, go to openhouse.waketech.edu.
Spring Semester Exams: Remember that they begin on June 5th and run through June 11th. We will release the schedule soon. We are trying to make sure that we have everything workable as graduation rehearsal at the Raleigh Convention Center is the afternoon of the 5th. We are looking at the best way to manage that date with two major things happening.
Graduation Date and Time: I just want to remind you that RHS graduates at Raleigh Convention Center on Friday, June 14th at 8 AM.
Very Important Regarding Registration for 2019-20
- Mid-Year and Early Graduates: June 14th
- AP Course Drop: July 12th
- College and Career Promise (CCP): August 16th (Fall) or January 10th (Spring)
- Partial Day (Seniors Only): December 6th
- Dual Enrollment/CTE Internship: August 16th, 2019 (Fall) or January 10th, 2020 (Spring)
College Acceptance and Scholarship Letters: Our Student Services Department wants students to bring a copy of acceptance letters and scholarship offers to their front desk. The counselors maintain a record of acceptance and a running total of scholarship offers for each class. It is a great opportunity to celebrate with our students as they make plans for the next steps in their lives.
For Seniors Who Want to Become Teachers: Applications for Cohort 5 of the district’s Future Teachers Program will be accepted February 11th – April 5th, and we need your help to ensure that students are aware of this exciting opportunity. Need more information about Future Teachers? Find it here. Eligibility requirements are
- · Must be a graduating WCPSS high school senior
- · Gain admittance to a college or university for the Fall 2019 semester
- · Intend to pursue a K-12 teaching career with WCPSS in one of the following licensure areas: Birth to Kindergarten, Career and Technical Education, Elementary Education, English/Language Arts, English Second Language, Math, Science, Social Studies, Special Education, World Languages
- Future Teachers Application Instructions (includes a reference link to share with references)
- Future Teachers Resume Template
Prom: Complete prom forms must be submitted during the week of April 23rd in order to pick up tickets. Attendance specifications can be found on the form. All students must also clear fees and fines before tickets can be distributed. This includes payment of all graduation-related expenses for seniors. I want to be sure you know in order to make plans to manage expenses.