Principal's Corner (Monday Edition) 4/5/21 Good afternoon and Happy Monday!!! I hope everyone had a great break! We are excited to hit the home stretch of the school year here in the building. I have a couple of reminders that I wanted to share: Fourth mid-quarter is Friday!!! Please check in on grades on Canvas with your kiddos. Tomorrow is election day. This means we will have some changes in our daily routines. First, all student drop-offs will need to occur in the dome entrance or the student parking lot to keep the auditorium entrance clear for voters. Next, buses will be dropping off students in the student parking lot on the high school side. Students will enter through the high school wings. Buses will also pick up students in the north student lot at the end of the day. We know that this is a slight inconvenience but want to ensure that everything runs smoothly for the election and for our students. Be sure to catch our Tigers as many athletics and activities are well under way!!! Please check the school calendar for dates and times of events! That is all for today and remember that it is always a great day to be a Tiger!!!
SENIOR ANNOUNCEMENT 1. Senior picture, baby picture and quote are past due. If Mrs. Bruce does not have them by Tuesday March 9th the missing items will not be in the yearbook. School pictures will be used for missing senior pictures. 2. Slideshow is also past due. Please email that to Mrs. Bruce. 3. I send out a form about who is walking with you at graduation. Please fill that out by Tuesday.
FBLA has three students moving on to State! Destiney Burris placed 3rd in Organizational Leadership Katie Tourtillott placed 5th in Business Calculations Layla Brown placed 7th in Introduction to FBLA. These three ladies will be taking another test to compete at the state level. Congratulations! The picture includes everyone who placed in the top 10 in our district.
Congratulations to the following students who made the 2021 WEMO Conference Band and were placed amongst all competing students in the conference! 1st Chair Trumpet: Hayden Schapeler 2nd Chair Trumpet: Miranda Dougherty 6th Chair Trumpet: Hannah White 8th Chair Trumpet: Adrien King 11th Chair Trumpet: Daylan Black 1st Chair Bari Sax: Emily Black 2nd Chair Baritone: Salym Bolser 4th Chair Baritone: Izetta Person 3rd Chair Clarinet: Sydney Bell 12th Chair Clarinet: Lydia Fox 4th Chair Flute: Destiney Burris 6th Chair Flute: Noelle Abend 4th Chair Alto Sax: Kyl Couzens
NHS Induction Ceremony has been rescheduled for Tuesday, March 9 at 7 pm in the auditorium.
NHS Induction Ceremony is postponed until further notice. We will reschedule after tournament week. Stay safe and warm!
NHS Induction Ceremony has been rescheduled for Thursday, February 18 at 7pm.
Attention JH/HS Parents and Students: Please have kiddos check their emails for lessons they are expected to complete tomorrow (Tuesday Feb 9th). Teachers have been asked to email students with their expectations for tomorrow's work by tomorrow morning. Thanks and stay warm!
To help us stay ahead of illness and keep our students safe, we are participating in the FLUency School Health Program by Kinsa. The FLUency program lets all our families order a free smart thermometer, track any symptoms in Kinsa's mobile app, and get instant medical guidance to feel better faster. If you haven't already joined this incredible program, you can order your Kinsa smart thermometer now by texting FLUENCY to 900900 or going to get.kinsahealth.com/Free-Therm. (You'll receive an email confirmation.) While completely protecting privacy, FLUency will help you and our school know early when symptoms and illnesses are going around. The more families and staff that sign up to participate, the more effective the program will be! Text FLUENCY to 900900 or go to get.kinsahealth.com/Free-Therm to sign up.
Wednesday Courtwarming fun with Disney Day!
Good morning!!! We look forward to seeing everyone at school tomorrow (1/5/21). We hope everyone had a great break but look forward to starting second semester!
Today at 10:05 AM, the High School Band will be marching down 3rd street by the school to play some Christmas music for the kids and public! The Band's year was cut short due to not being able to attend El Dorado Springs parade so this will help send our seniors out in style. Come support your Tigers if you are able. Students will be lined up on the school side of the street so public please be on the other side if you attend. Thanks!!!
Tonight is the night! Please stop by and visit! The Entrepreneurship class has worked hard this year learning what it takes to start and run a business. They are hosting a Market Day to showcase their business. Please stop by and check out their hard work! The Market Day is December 14th from 5 p.m to 7 p.m in the Rich Hill Auditorium. Products Available to purchase: Christmas Cards Chicken Noodle Soup Salsa Verde Essential Oil Cologne Welding products- Horse shoe wine holder, candle holders, trivets Rich Hill Hats Mozzarella bites Homemade pies-whole and by the slice
The Entrepreneurship class has worked hard this year learning what it takes to start and run a business. They are hosting a Market Day to showcase their business. Please stop by and check out their hard work! The Market Day is December 14th from 5 p.m to 7 p.m in the Rich Hill Auditorium. Products Available to purchase: Christmas Cards Chicken Noodle Soup Salsa Verde Essential Oil Cologne Welding products- Horse shoe wine holder, candle holders, trivets Rich Hill Hats Mozzarella bites Homemade pies-whole and by the slice
Want to watch the Rich Hill High School Band perform their Christmas concert tonight from the comfort of your home? Go to the Rich Hill Band’s Facebook Page and watch them LIVE at 7:00 PM tonight!
The Entrepreneurship class has worked hard this year learning what it takes to start and run a business. They are hosting a Market Day to showcase their business. The Market Day is December 14th from 5 p.m to 7 p.m in the Rich Hill Auditorium. Products Available to purchase: Christmas Candy Christmas Cards Chicken Noodle Soup Salsa Verde Essential Oil Cologne Welding products- Horseshoe wine holder, candle holders, trivets Rich Hill Hats Mozzarella bites Homemade pies-whole and by the slice
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2929424493946212&id=127515777363261 The show will go on. Tune in to this fb sit RH Tiger Talk at 7:00 pm.
Cast & Crew, Please be at school at 6:00 pm. The curtain opens at 7:00! Things to do at 6:00 pm: Bring your baked goods in baggies to the auditorium. NHS will handle it. Also, bring your smile and energy! Go to the HS computer lab and classroom and get ready. Break a leg!
Play rehearsal after school until 4:15 or 4:30 ish.
Please note: We will not be sending our Vo-Tech students today or tomorrow to Nevada. (November 30 and December 1) Please contact the high school office with any questions. Thank you.
CHANGES TO BAND CHRISTMAS CONCERT Due to rising Covid numbers, the RH Band Christmas Concert will be split into 3 parts. The High School Band portion is being moved to December 10th at 7:00 PM. The 5th and 6th grade band concert will be at 6:00 PM on December 2nd. They need to arrive by 5:30 and dress nice. The Junior High Band will perform at 7:00 PM on December 2nd. and they will need to arrive by 6:30 PM and wear ALL Black. For ALL concerts, students are being limited to bringing no more than TWO attendants with them. The concerts will be live streamed on Facebook so that everyone that cannot attend can watch. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Thank you for supporting Rich Hill FBLA through our Rada Cutlery fundraiser. Every purchase you make using this unique shopping link https://radafundraising.com?rfsn=1991405.827a3e helps our group. Thank you for supporting our kids!
Parents: Students who have been placed on quarantine need to contact the high school office to make arrangements to pick up school work. Office hours are from 7:30 - 3:30 but other arrangements can be made.
Yearbook is having a FLASH sale until Nov 23rd. Yearbook's will be $25 instead of $30. That price is the base price without any name stamps. We still have some books left from last year, and those are $35 each. Order forms are available in the office.
School work pick up times. If your student has been placed on quarantine in the last few days, you may schedule a time for school work pick up. We will be available today at 2 pm. If you need to make different arrangements, please contact the high school office. Thank you
The Rich Hill High School Band will not be attending the El Dorado Springs Christmas Parade Competition this Saturday due to losing too many band and guard members to quarantine.
We received word that due to close contact COVID restrictions and student quarantine we will not have the right cast and crew to perform tonight's show. We will let you know if postponing is possible.
Miss K. is on her way back with the Texas Roadhouse roll order. Band students and parents that sold need to arrive at the school around 330-3:45.
It is with a sad and heavy heart I must inform you that our play cannot be performed this evening. Due to close contact COVID restrictions and students being quarantined we will not have the right cast and crew to put on tonight's show. I will let you know if postponing works.
THE JH/HS PRINCIPAL CORNER (11/13/20) richhill.k12.mo.us/article/348399?org=jhhs
7 pm Play Rehearsal tonight. Wed. Nov. 11. Full dress rehearsal!! 'Break a Leg!'
7:00 pm tonight full play rehearsal. Bring all costume pieces or props! 'Break a leg'
Come to the Elementary side for Play rehearsal tonight. (Voters are using the HS entrance.). I will unlock the Elementary door at 6:55.
Good morning! Just a reminder that this is day 2 of virtual learning. The Junior/Senior High Google Meet/Zoom schedule starts at 8:30 this morning. Work needs to be completed for yesterday and today prior to returning tomorrow. Thank you for your cooperation and have a great day!
Six 6th grade band students passed their black belt in band karate today! They had to play 29 songs correctly in front of their classmates. This group didn’t miss a single song! Congrats!
LAST CALL for trash bags. Jr Class has just a few rolls left if you are interested We have one roll of white (15 gallon) and 11 pink (39 gallon). Each roll is $10. All proceeds go towards prom. Thank you for your continued support.
Seniors and Parent Please mark your calendar for a FAFSA friendly night on Wednesday, October 7th at 6 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Representatives from Crowder will be here to discuss different types of financial aid available to college students, including grants, loans, scholarships and how the FAFSA relates to those topics. The presentation will also include information on the FSA ID and its importance with the FAFSA. Miranda Kassner will be here from the Ellis Foundation: Miranda will be happy to help out by adding helpful supplements to help clarify the information. But more than anything she’ll be happy to be there to answer questions and talk one on one to anyone who is still questioning colleges versus trades versus entering the workforce, etc. She has also agreed to help with parents going to the web site to get started. Whether you’re a student, parent, or borrower, you’ll need to create your own account to complete federal student aid tasks. You will need to create this account to use for the following: Filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form Signing your Master Promissory Note (MPN) Applying for repayment plans Completing loan counseling Using the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Help Tool Items Needed to Create an Account Social Security Number Your own mobile phone number and/or email address Starting Your FAFSA® Form and Providing Your Basic Personal Information The FAFSA form is available on Oct. 1 for the next school year. We encourage you to fill out this form as soon as possible on or after Oct. 1 to meet FAFSA deadlines. FAFSA® Filing Options You may choose any of these methods to file a FAFSA form: 1. Log in at fafsa.gov to apply online or 2. Fill out the form in the myStudentAid mobile app, available on the App Store (iOS) or Google Play (Android) or 3.Complete a 2020-21 FAFSA PDF (note: you must print out and mail the FAFSA PDF for processing) or request a print-out of the FAFSA PDF by calling us at 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243) or 334-523-2691 (TTY for the deaf or hard of hearing 1-800-730-8913); then fill out the form and mail it for processing Gathering the Documents Needed to Apply The FAFSA questions ask for information about you (your name, date of birth, address, etc.) and about your financial situation. Depending on your circumstances (for instance, whether you’re a U.S. citizen or what tax form you used), you might need the following information or documents as you fill out the application: Your Social Security number (it’s important that you enter it correctly on the FAFSA form!) Your parents’ Social Security numbers if you are a dependent student Your driver’s license number if you have one Your Alien Registration number if you are not a U.S. citizen Federal tax information or tax returns including IRS W-2 information, for you (and your spouse, if you are married), and for your parents if you are a dependent student: IRS 1040 Foreign tax return, IRS 1040NR, or IRS 1040NR-EZ Tax return for Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, or Palau Records of your untaxed income, such as child support received, interest income, and veterans noneducation benefits, for you, and for your parents if you are a dependent student Information on cash; savings and checking account balances; investments, including stocks and bonds and real estate (but not including the home in which you live); and business and farm assets for you, and for your parents if you are a dependent student If you’re a male between the ages of 18 and 25 and you haven’t registered with the Selective Service System, select “Yes” when you’re asked if you would like to be registered. Otherwise, you won’t be eligible to receive federal student aid. This requirement applies to any person assigned the sex of male at birth. Social Security Numbers for student and parent(s) 2019 Tax Return for student and parent(s) if 2019 taxes were filed 2019 W2 forms for student and parent(s) if received Access to email and email passwords in order to create an FSA ID for student and parent which will be used to electronically sign the FAFSA
Band fundraiser money was due today. If you forgot, please turn it in by tomorrow!
If you missed the trash bag fundraiser, we have several left in each color. Each roll is $10. Please contact Ms. Wills or Mrs. Phelps if you are interested. Thanks for your continued support.
The Rich Hill Marching Band took home first place in class one at the Stockton Walnut Festival Parade Competition today! Congratulations!🎉
The JH/HS Principal Corner (9/25/20) https://www.richhill.k12.mo.us/article/315231?org=jhhs&fbclid=IwAR2i7tu7k3YyojzoSF3uZnArF13eM-To4vtGnPBTU2ezwR2viBbF117nPUY
Picture Day is tomorrow! If you would like to order online please visit: inter-state.com/order and use the order code: 51698BB Virtual students may come in at 8:00 am for their pictures.
Congratulations to our National Honor Society Officers for 2020-21! Abby G., Pres.; Sydney B., Pres. Elect, Madison K., VP; Katie T., VP Elect; Tisha M., Treas.; Rachel S., Sec.; & Lexi F., Social Media.
We have had another great week in the building. Although it has been a short week, a lot of learning has taken place. I was able to hop into classrooms this week and see the amazing job our staff is doing. Seeing so many engaged students in the classrooms was wonderful to see and speaks volumes for both the students and our staff. Here are a few updates for the week. I want to again thank everyone for working with the school while we our utilizing our four phase plan. We had our first week in yellow and students adapted to the changes very quickly. Temp checks in the morning have been very smooth and students have been able to get into the building in a timely fashion. We will offer second breakfast while in the yellow phase and that began this past Wednesday. As a friendly reminder, picture day is set for September 17. Orders will be held online this year and a link to the order form is on our website. If you need a physical order form, please contact the office and we can send one home with your kiddo. Virtual students will have the opportunity to take their school pictures that day as well from 8:00 – 8:15 in the auditorium. I strongly encourage our virtual students to participate in picture day to avoid not being pictured in the yearbook. First mid-quarter has been shifted from September 18th to September 25th. This will be utilized to determine mandatory tutoring or ineligibility to participate in activities. Please refer to the student handbook for details on this policy. Homecoming is coming up and plans are well on their way for the event. To go along with the previous point, students who have a grade of D+ or lower in any class will not be allowed to participate in Homecoming activities during the school day. Please encourage your students to check in on their grades and ensure their eligibility for this fun day. That is all for now but as always, please do not hesitate to contact the office or my email at firstname.lastname@example.org. It is always a great day to be a Tiger!
Penny Wars! Copper counts for your team; silver against. Go, Tigers!! https://drive.google.com/file/d/15DjcVk03WkjeMKJ0nBlh1OqdrUNbwllG/view?usp=drivesdk
Good afternoon! We had a great day here in the building. It was great to see the kids and get back into the classroom. I want to thank everyone for preparing your kids for the phase orange protocols. It made for a smooth beginning of the school day and got the school year started on a great note. I do have one modification to our morning routine. When parents/guardians are dropping off students, I please ask not to do so on third street. We found that when students were dropped off on third street, it held up the buses from arriving in a timely manner and more importantly became a safety hazard for those students being dropped off. I please ask that if you drop off your kiddos at school, please do so in the dome parking lot or the north parking lot and have them walk to the double doors in front of the auditorium. This will ensure their safety. I want to brag on our teachers for prepping for a fantastic first day and we all look forward to day two!!!
Good afternoon! I hope everyone is having a great week. Although we did not have our first day of school this past Monday, we are preparing for re-entry this upcoming Monday. I am still so excited to get students back into the building and doing so in a safe fashion. Per guidance from the health department, we are going to start the school year in phase orange. Students are encouraged to wear masks in the building, especially during transition times where social distancing is difficult. With temperature checks occurring before students enter the building, I strongly encourage students to arrive in a timely manner so they do not run the risk of being late. It will take more time for students to enter the building due to these protocols but safety does come first. Orange Phase Procedures 1. Junior High and High School students will enter the building through the double doors in front of the auditorium the same way as phase yellow. Here, students will have their temperatures checked. 2. All students will report to their first period class after passing temperature checks. If a student elects to eat breakfast, they will go to the cafeteria and pick up their breakfast and then proceed to their first period classroom. Only exceptions to this rule are students who have a teacher who is on duty at this time and they will be directed to where they are supposed to go. 3. Lockers will NOT be allowed during the orange phase. I encourage the use of backpacks during this time. Teachers will explain their expectations of backpacks in their classrooms. 4. 2nd breakfast will be cancelled during phase orange. If students eat breakfast at school, I encourage them to arrive at school earlier so they do not miss first breakfast. 5. Lunches will now be in student’s fifth period classroom. Students will report to their fifth period classroom immediately following fourth period (with the exception of Ag Construction) and be dismissed at their designated time to the cafeteria to obtain their lunch and return back to their fifth period class. Students will have 20 minutes that will be instruction free in the classroom to eat their lunch. Ag Construction students will go directly to the cafeteria after fourth period to pick up their lunch and report to the Ag building. Acellus was pushed out this week to all students. This is the virtual platform that the district selected for students selecting that option. Although this is the primary curriculum for our virtual students, it will also be utilized for supplemental material for our on-campus students. This platform has many great features for both on-campus and virtual students that help the learning process. I want to thank everyone for reading these updates and preparing your kids for the first day of school. I cannot wait to get the school year rolling and doing it in a safe manner. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact me via email at email@example.com.
Vo-Tech students don't forget this week to load the bus in front of the high school. The bus will leave at 11:20 am and return by 3:00 pm. Call the high school office with any questions.
Attention JH/HS parents and students who have not picked up registration packets, please do so as soon as possible. The district's four phase plan is on the school website and can be referenced in deciding between on-site or virtual learning.
Reminder: If you are enrolling in a dual credit class, please have your application into the high school office by tomorrow. (Tues. 8/18/20)
http://richhillmo.apptegy.us/library--306 Add the RH R-IV Library website to your shortcuts or favorites. Easy access to digital learning resources and more! Thanks for reading.
Senior enrollment is happening now in the auditorium until 10 am! (Juniors @ 10 am-12 noon) (Soph. @ 1-3 pm)
The ACT prep class finished today. Thanks to all who participated! There will be no more ACT prep sessions this summer.
The high school band will be having practice at the school tonight and Wednesday night from 5:30-7:00 pm. We are rehearsing for a performance on Saturday at the bandstand right after the parade! Band students, please remember your folders and instruments and meet at the dock doors!
The yearbook is in need of powerpuff pictures. If you have some and would like to share please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org, and thank you in advance.
Graduation Update: Class of 2020 Commencement Ceremony and Parade are on for Friday May 8, 2020. The parade of seniors will start from the school at 6:00PM and will proceed down 3rd Street to Walnut, then to City Hall, and ending at the east end of Circle Park. Please use this opportunity to cheer on the seniors while observing appropriate social distancing. Seniors and their parents will be on the benches at the park in a roped off area. All others are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and sit with your families, maintaining social distancing from others. Thank you all for supporting the class of 2020.
The RHHS Class of 2020 Graduation Ceremony/Parade is scheduled for 6:00 PM on May 8th in the beautiful downtown Circle Park of Rich Hill, MO. A graduate parade will start at the high school at 6:00 PM and finish at the east end of the circle park.
Seniors, today is the day! Please email your RHHS General Scholarship Applications to Mrs. Nichols!
Seniors, just a reminder that the RHHS General Scholarship Application is due this Friday, April 17th. Applications can be emailed to Mrs. Nichols. The Duffield and CTA Scholarships are due tomorrow, April 15th. They can be sent to Mrs. Wills or Mrs. Nichols.
RHHS will continue to send out homework tasks through the week of May 14th. When the student completes the work, they can take a picture and send, or send digitally to their teachers. We encourage all students to speak with their teachers and see what they need to complete.
If you are interested in ACT prep work, ACT if offering digital learning at the following link, act.org/covid19
Seniors don’t forget that Jostens has your items ready for pick-up in front of the High school office. They will be present from 9-9:30 AM in drive-thru fashion.
Unfortunately, we were unable to deliver the Choir fundraiser items today, but they should be delivered tomorrow, Wednesday, April 1st!
Great news! The Choir Fundraiser items will be going out tomorrow. Items that were sold the RHHS staff have been pulled out and are at the school. Remember, all of the items are frozen, so please watch for them to be delivered and get them in the freezer right away!
CLARIFICATION: Tomorrow is a DROP OFF day NOT pickup! We apologize! Buses will be dropping off supplies and books tomorrow!
Seniors, just a reminder that the Shelter Insurance Scholarship is due tomorrow. This will be awarded to a RHHS or Butler HS student. Please email applications to Mrs. Nichols, they will be mailed tomorrow! Several other scholarships are due soon, check the scholarship page!
Parent/Student Tech Support Contact Information Phone: 816-382-4840 Chat: chat.k12itc.com
Jostens Senior Items drive-thru pick up will be April 1st, 9-9:30 AM in front of the HS office. No cash or checks will be accepted, so Seniors will have to pay through the website www.thegraduationcenter.com.
With us missing school and each other the yearbook thought a virtual spirit week would be fun. Please share pictures to email@example.com and if you have any pictures of the empty shelves in stores, please share those also! We have pages we need to fill.
Due to unfortunate circumstances, the band and color guard Texas Roadhouse fundraiser has been officially cancelled. Texas Roadhouse called and notified us that they have to shut down their building where they make their rolls, so they are unable to give us product. All band and guard students need to return ALL money and checks to family members and friends who have purchased rolls. We will revisit a roll fundraiser in the fall before Thanksgiving. Thank you for your understanding and support!
All MSHSAA Music related events, including Solo and Ensemble Contest on March 30th and April 4th, as well as State Large Ensemble Contest on April 3rd, have been canceled. There will be no State Solo and Ensemble contest as well.
There will be no Vo-Tech classes this week, March 16-20, due to Nevada school being cancelled.
It’s not too late! Color guard auditions are tomorrow after school from 3:15-5:00! Any 8th-11th grade student can come!
Don’t forget! Color guard applications are due tomorrow! Talk to Miss Klinksick! Tryouts are after school on March 3rd!
The FBLA skating trip is today! The bus will leave at 1 and return about 5. Members will need money for any concessions they would like to purchase. See you at 1.
Vo-Tech classes are canceled for February 5th.
There are no Vo-Tech classes for today.
The Junior Class Silent Auction will be held tomorrow in conjunction with the basketball games beginning at 2:00 pm.
The Courtwarming dance scheduled for this evening has been cancelled due to the likelihood of refreezing roadways. Royalty will be crowned tomorrow at the conclusion of the varsity boys game. Voting is now open to all JH and HS students through their Google Drive and will remain open until the end of the varsity girls game tomorrow afternoon.
The Entrepreneurship team is placed in the top 8 for the FBLA District 10. They move on to present on February 4th. The team members are Montana Stangel, Jayden McFalls and Destiney Burris.
Don’t forget, High School Choir parent meeting tonight at 6:00 PM in the Band Room! We will be discussing hosting All-Conference Music Day.
Tigers, it's Courtwarming Week! Here are the dress up days for high school students: Tuesday-Pajama Day Wednesday-Hillbillies vs. Nerds Thursday-Netflix Series Characters Friday-Spirit Day All costumes must follow dress code guidelines. Hats may be worn if they are part of a costume. Join us Friday night in the dome for basketball games beginning at 5:30 as we take on Sherwood and "Send Them on Their Merry Way." Coronation will take place during halftime of the varsity boys game. A dance for all 7-12 students will be in the auditorium following the games until 11:00 pm.
Due to other schools cancelling and low numbers, the rescheduled District Junior High Honor Band event scheduled for tomorrow has been cancelled for good this year.
Cancellation: The FFA Ski Trip has been cancelled for tomorrow.
The junior high honor band performance scheduled for tomorrow, January 11th, has been cancelled. There is a possible makeup date that will be announced as soon as we know for sure if it is possible.
All games tonight for Rich Hill JH/High School are cancelled. WEMO Conference Tournament games will be rescheduled. No word yet on rescheduling JH game. We will let everyone know as soon as we have updated schedules.
The high school yearbook is having a flash sale. The yearbook is only $25 until November 22nd. This offer is only good through the school. We still have yearbooks from 2019 for sale, they are $30.
Senior parents...the yearbook needs a senior picture and a baby picture of your child by December 20th. Don't forget to order their yearbook for $30!
High school yearbooks are on sale for $30. Get yours before December 20th. They will increase to $35 on December 21st. Order online at walsworth.com or through Mrs. Bruce, order forms outside my door.
The Junior High FBLA is hosting a Junior High only dance tonight (10/24). Stop by from 7:30-9:30. Admission is $3.
The student body is invited to sit behind the band tonight to help cheer on the tigers at homecoming! There will be a section marked off for the band AND the students in the bleachers.
Senior Parents...the yearbook needs senior pictures and 1 baby picture by December 20th. You can email them to firstname.lastname@example.org or send them to school and I will scan them and return them. Thank you for your help!
Are you curious on how to check your student's grades? We have an app for that! Feel free to stop in or make contact with the HS office for more information. Have a great weekend!
Correction to previous post. Mrs. Barb Wheatley (got to love auto correct😊)
Friday Night Football Jamboree Announcement: If you plan to attend the football jamboree this Friday Night at Pettis County R-V School in Hughesville, it is recommended that you bring a lawn chair for your own seating.
Woke up super-excited for the day this morning! At a small school, we all wear many hats. I am fortunate enough to be a superintendent who still gets to work with some fine young men as their JH football coach.
Due to the sloppy weather conditions, tonight's Pep Rally has been moved to the Dome. See you at 7PM!
The Junior High and High School 2019-2020 open enrollment/locker sign up will be held on August 6-7 from 9:00 AM-3:00 PM. The offices will be closed temporarily for lunch from 12-1 PM on both days. Parents and students are encouraged to attend.
The Rich Hill 2019 Band and Color Guard Camp has begun!!!
UPCOMING BAND EVENTS Band Camp: July 24th from 8:00-12:00 July 25th from 8:00-12:00 July 26th from 8:00-12:00 July 27th from 4:00-6:30 Color Guard Camp: July 24th from 8:00-9:30 and 1:30-3:00 July 25th from 1:30-3:00 July 26th from 1:30-3:00 July 27th from 4:00-6:30 All high school band and color guard members are required to attend!
Parents please join us for a presentation by the Stop Trafficking Project, a project to help end domestic minor sex trafficking. This presentation will be Tonight, Monday, May 13th at 7 pm. The 7th through 11th grade students will have the similar presentation on Tues. the 14th.
There is a FACS Opening for the 19-20 school year at Rich Hill High School. Please email your application and resume to email@example.com.
Help us celebrate our graduates of 2019 tonight at 7:00 PM in the Dome!!
Don’t forget - Choir Concert tonight! 7:00 in the Auditorium. We will be performing a variety of music, some old, some new! Hope to see you there!
DISTRICT SOFTBALL UPDATE: This afternoon's softball game time has been moved to 5:30PM. Games will be played on an expedited schedule with less time between games. Admission is $5 for all spectators.
The band fundraiser ends tomorrow! All band students need to turn in their fundraising packets to Miss Klinksick by tomorrow!
The RHHS Concert Choir is returning today from the Large Ensemble State Music Festival after several years absence with a “Satisfactory” rating! The event includes both a performance portion and a sight-reading portion and is incredibly challenging! The students represented Rich Hill well and I am very proud of them!
Flash sale! Yearbooks today only are $30. Stop by Mrs. Bruce's room to order. Everyone who has purchased a yearbook by the 25th of March will get pizza for lunch on the 26th.
Senior parents: The yearbook desperately needs a baby picture and a Senior picture by March 25th. You may email them to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have digital copies, otherwise we will scan them off and send them back home. Thank you!!!
Color guard tryouts begin tomorrow morning at 7:15 am in the auditorium!
The Rich Hill R-IV Band celebrates Music In Our Schools Month by welcoming the students with their rendition of "Eye of the Tiger"! https://youtu.be/Pm45T1_-J-0
Don’t forget tonight at 6:00 pm we will have a public meeting about education and career planning at Rich Hill High School. #ProudToBeATiger
Vo-Tech classes have been cancelled due to no school at Nevada on Monday, March 4th.
The high school band students are on their way to Branson this morning! They will be performing tonight at 7:00 at The Legends as the opening act!!
This message is a reminder that there will be a public education and career planning meeting on March 5th in the HS Auditorium. All the patrons of the district are invited to attend this meeting.
Cancellation: High School WEMO Scholar Bowl at Osceola has been cancelled for this evening. (Thursday, Feb. 28th)
The District Games for tonight have been postponed until Wednesday, February 20th. This change pushes all games for the week back one day.
If anyone is still interested in purchasing tickets to see the high school band perform in Branson on March 1st as the opening act for The Legends, tickets are $28 for adults and $16 for children 12 and under. Money is due this Friday! No late turn ins!
Please wear orange and blue on Friday to school and at the game that evening to support Jessica Querry. She will be receiving her peripheral blood stem cell transplant on this day! #jessicasjourney
The 6th grade band trip to Joplin for tomorrow has been cancelled.
All Rich Hill R-IV practices, events, and trips are, due to the icy roads, cancelled for today, Thursday February 7, 2019. Stay home and be safe! #iceicebaby
Nevada Regional Technical Center will be in session on 2/4/19. All Vo-Tech students will need to be at school by 11:40 AM to get on the bus.
Nevada Regional Technical Center will not have classes on 1/30/19. All Vo-Tech students will be checking out of school at 11:52 AM.
Attention: The Foster bus route (Paula Coonce Bus Driver), is running behind schedule this morning. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Yearbooks are on sale. If you order by January 21st and use the online code January, you can save $5!!! To order online head over to yearbookforever.com, be sure to use the code January to save $$$. This offer is also good through the school.
The Appleton City Tournament has been postponed. No games for the RH Tigers (or any other team). Be careful, everyone! ❄️☃️⛄️
This notification is a reminder that if a student has not turned in their permission slip for the high school rewards trip, please do so first thing in the morning!! #ProudToBeATiger!!
Next week Student Council is hosting a holiday spirit week! Get in the spirit and ready for the Christmas Carol Karaoke & Talent Show! Let’s make the last week before break festive & fun 🎄✨
The band’s cookie dough order will not be distributed until tomorrow. The fundraising distributer was late on their delivery. Band members need to make arrangements to take it home tomorrow.
Congratulations to the Lady Tigers on their win against Drexel in the first round of the WEMO Tournament!!! #ProudToBeATiger
Students will not attend Vo-Tech at Nevada today. Thanks and bundle up!!
The Rich Hill R-IV School District has 3 springtime coaching positions available: Varsity Boys Head Baseball, Varsity Boys Assistant Baseball, and Varsity Girls Assistant Softball. If interested, contact RH AD Ashley Arwood at 417-395-4191 or see announcement at https://www.richhill.k12.mo.us/o/rich-hill/page/rich-hill-r-iv-central-office .
Band students need to turn in their cookie dough fundraiser forms and money as soon as possible!
High school band members: don’t forget to wear your all black dress clothes for the assembly tomorrow!
Choir students - don’t forget to wear your choir shirts tomorrow!!
Tomorrow is our 5th Annual Pajammin’ for Gannon Day - 11/07. 🖤💛 Show your support & bring $1 to wear your pajamas to school! This fundraiser helps local families who are battling cancer.
Due to the forecasted thunderstorms this evening, the Powder Puff Football Game has been rescheduled for Friday November 2 at 6PM. We will see you there! All proceeds go to the Querry Family. Please disregard the previous message about playing the game in the dome.
Custodian Position Open at Rich Hill R-IV. Rich Hill R-IV is currently seeking a part-time custodian. For details, see the district website at www.richhill.k12.mo.us.
Attention Rich Hill Parents. Due to high water in some locations, buses may run late on Monday morning when picking up your child. Thank you in advance for your cooperation as we attempt keep everyone safe.
JH Volleyball defeats Midway in two in WEMO Tournament!! Next Game Archie!!
Need trash bags? FCCLA members went home with fundraiser forms today! Find a member before Oct. 18th to get stocked up and help them reach their goal!
Rich Hill JH Football v Appleton City will start at 5:00PM tonight, October 2, 2018. Pink Out Volleyball games v Osceola for JH, JV, V start at 5:30PM. Let's Go Tigers!
JH Football Schedule Change: The Rich Hill v Appleton City JH Football Game for tonight has been rescheduled for Tuesday October 2, 2018.
Lady Tigers Win At Sheldon!!
FCCLA & Choir will be traveling to the Renaissance Festival THIS Saturday, Sept. 22nd! Permission slips are due by Wednesday, and money is due by Friday.
Homecoming Spirit Shirts
Don't forget tomorrow is PICTURE DAY!! Forms are available in either office or you can order online.
Lady Tigers win in two over Pleasanton! #ProudToBeATiger
Homecoming is October 5th versus Archie! #ProudToBeATiger
Tigers are on the board!! Jacob Querry scores on a long touchdown run!!!
To all Rich Hill R-IV Parents: On Sunday evening, August 26, 2018 at 5:30PM, our new communication will send you a text message, an email, and a phone call. This is only a test of the system and will not contain any important RH School District News.
The Rich Hill Tigers are proud of our 3-time state champion, Jacob Querry! This link has his race and gold medal interview. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OwqxfzsjBaQ&feature=share&scrlybrkr=824c2a21
Junior Parent Meeting on September 11 at 6:00. We will meet in the library to discuss after prom. Please plan to attend.
This message is a reminder that Rich Hill Tiger football will not be competing in the Jasper Jamboree tonight.
A Huge Thank You to the Rich Hill Christian Church for feeding the staff of Rich Hill Schools. The meal was awesome and much appreciated!!!
The yearbook has 12 extra yearbooks for sale. They are from the 2017-2018 school year and they are $40 each. Stop by the business room if you would like to purchase one!
For all JH Football Players and Parents: The first JH FB Practice is Thursday August 16, 2018, 5-5:30PM. (Shorts and cleats only.) Parent meeting for all JH FB parents in Elem Cafeteria, 5:30PM. Boys must have a completed physical form prior to practicing. Hope to see you there!
Due to unforeseen circumstances High School football will not be participating in the Jamboree on August 17, 2018 at Jasper.
Junior High and varsity cheerleader parent meeting Monday night at 7 p.m. in the Elementary cafeteria
Reminder football parents meeting tonight at 6 pm in the elementary cafeteria.
High school football parents meeting will be Friday the 10th in the elementary cafeteria at 6 pm.
Color Guard Practice Schedule M-F 1:30-3:00 PM
Chromebooks will be assigned to students on the first day of class!! Insurance Cost 1 Student: $20 2 Students: $40 3 Students: $50 4 Students: $60
Junior High/High School Enrollment/Locker Selection Reminder! August 7th: 9-11 AM/12-3 PM August 8th: 9-11 AM/12-3 PM