Rolesville HS Weekly Updates | May 10, 2019
Happy Mother’s Day!
Advanced Placement Exams: Continue each day through May 17
Senior Awards Program: May 23 at 8 AM
Graduation Rehearsal at Raleigh Convention Center: June 5 at 3:30 PM
Graduation at Raleigh Convention Center: June 14th at 8 AM
Teacher Appreciation Week Thanks: Thank you PTSA and parents for lunch on Wednesday and the gift cards to support classroom needs. It was much appreciated!
Night of One-Act Plays: The theatre department is hosting a night of one-act plays on May 16 and 17 from 7-8PM with $5 admission.
National Achievers Society Interest Meeting: Monday, May 13th, at 2:30 on the 4th-floor commons
Rambassador Applications: Applications can be found in the banner on the homepage and are due Friday, May 17th by 3 PM.
CCP Information Sessions: Students and parents must attend a session for a student to be eligible to participate in Wake Tech CCP. Please check their website for more information if your Ram wishes to take classes there in the fall. This is an AWESOME way to begin to accumulate college credit and worth the time to explore,
Media Center Deadlines: The last day to check out a book is May 24th and the last day the center will be open is May 31st, Seniors need to take care of fees and fines ASAP to prevent ticket issues for graduation.
Resume and Interview Prep: Mrs. Ellis is hosting sessions to help students prepare for interviews for jobs and internships during lunches on 5/17, 5/20 and 5/29. Registration is required at bit.ly/RHSlunchlearn.
Extra Graduation Tickets by Proctoring Exams: The form to sign up to proctor exam to receive extra graduation tickets is on the homepage in the banner. Wait until the proper slide comes up and click on it to go to the Google form to sign up.
Rolesville Middle First Annual Cultural Fair - May 14 from 4-6 PM: RMS asked us to share with the public that they are hosting their first event and would love to have visitors from our school.
Athletic Middle School Night: It is set for Monday, May 20th, from 6:00-7:00 pm for all rising ninth graders who are interested in trying out for athletic teams.
Sign-Up to Help with Senior Picnic: We need help from freshman, sophomore and junior parents with the senior picnic. The set-up needs to occur while the senior parents are in the awards ceremony on the 23rd. The Sign-Up Genius is at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0b44a5ae2fa3fc1-senior8. Please plan to help make this a memorable event for our seniors!!!!
Seniors Who Attended Harris Creek: Once again, HCES is inviting the seniors who attended there to come back for a Senior Walk. I saw the video last year and it was AWESOME! The walk will be on June 12th at 2:45 PM. Please R.S.V.P. to Sonya Averette, Counselor, at email@example.com. Light refreshments will follow.
Graduation Translation Services: Families who need translation services, sign language services, handicap seating, or hardship assistance with Graduation regalia or dress code items should contact Ms. Nilles at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the school.
Parents of Seniors and Seniors: We regularly remind seniors to check our Student Services website for information regarding scholarships. I occurred to me this week that parents need to be aware that this site is updated pretty frequently and you, too, might want to take a gander to see if there is a good fit. As I said, we announce the ones that groups ask us to announce, but there are more than we have time to announce.
Pizza at Lunch: Beginning May 10th, RHS cafeteria will not offer Dominos Pizza. There will be a variety of choices to finish the year.
Specifics about AP Testing: AP exams run through May 17th. Please keep in mind that a score of 3 or higher must be accepted by UNC campuses for credit toward college graduation. Students in the past have felt the pressure to make a score higher than 3 to get credit. Given this change in requirement, students have been reminded to give this test a really good shot and go into college with some credits already accepted. It is very important to know what to expect. Dean of Students, Tracy Miller, met with the students who are registered to test and reviewed a great deal of information to prepare them for the sessions. Understand that some of the assessments will be off-site and others still are at RHS. It is common for schools to test off-site to provide a quiet setting to work. Some of the exams will be given at ARISE at 300 Southtown Circle in Rolesville. Mr. Miller provided a detailed list of dated assessments with the time and location of the assessment. He also provided a permission form regarding arrival and dismissal in addition to a parent/student AP Bulletin. Please make sure you review the information on our website. Go to Academics->Advanced Placement -> AP Exams 2019.
Rambassadors for Next School Year: The link to the application is on the school homepage in the banner. Students need to complete the form and submit by Friday, May 17th. These students are representatives of our student body who assist with events on site and off site. Questions need to be directed to Ms. Lucas or Ms. McQuaig in Student Services.
Got aluminum can tabs? RHS student, Sterling Elliott, will be participating in the 2019 NC Youth Legislative Assembly. YLA participates in a community service project: PICK UP the TAB! This is a fundraiser that collects thousands of dollars for the Ronald McDonald House programs simply by collecting tabs from aluminum beverage or food cans in any containers (ex. Spaghetti-O’s). Sterling plans to set up a collection station in the cafeteria April 1-12 and April 22-June.1. Please consider donating your tabs.
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
Spring Semester Exams: Remember that they begin on June 5th and run through June 11th. We have not released the schedule as we are waiting on a reply from the state regarding a technology request we made. The response will determine if we use the plan we have or if we have to make additional changes. We do not want to put a plan in place and then have to change it. 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.