Important information about RHS Attendance

RHS Attendance Facts

  • The RHS attendance goal is 95%, and our December 2018 attendance was 87%.

We can do better! A student is considered chronically absent if he or she misses just two days every month; that totals 18 missed days in the school year.

  • Did you know that even excused absences count against a student’s attendance record? Use breaks and summer vacation for appointments and vacations to support academic success.
  • Some absences are unavoidable due to health problems or other circumstances, but we also know that when students miss too much school— regardless of the reason – it can cause them to fall behind academically.
  • Please reach out to your school if you or someone you know could use support in getting to school on time and regularly- we can help. We miss our students when they are not here!

 

RHS Student Success Coordinator: Emily Wirtz (541) 923-4800 ext. 1729

RHS Counseling: Kris Davis or Sophia Jensen (541) 923-4800 ext. 1723 and 1724

Join the RHS Speech and Debate Club

Speech & Debate Club meets Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday from 3 – 4 in Ms.Sarrett’s room. Come join us! There’s something for everyone! Follow us on Instagram at rhs_speech_team.

ATTENTION GRADUATES! It is time to order your cap and gown.

Attention Class of 2019! Graduation is June 7th, 2019!  It will be here before you know it so if you have not yet ordered your cap & gown for graduation day, your time is running out.  Please go to www.minersgrad.com to place your order.  You will receive your cap & gown unit on May 31st, your last day of school.  Please note: If you order any additional graduation merchandise from Miners, you will receive it shortly after your order is placed, either by mail sent directly to your home or through the Career Center.  If payment is an issue, Miners is more than willing to work with you, so please don’t delay in placing your order!

RHS Automotive Program Approved to Articulate with Universal Technical Institute’s Automotive & Diesel Technology Program.

The Universal Technical Institute’s Automotive & Diesel Technology Program and their Motorcycle Mechanics Institute have approved Redmond High School to articulate with their program.

Students who complete selected courses in the RHS Automotive program can receive reduced tuition and other benefits through UTI and MMI.

The goal is to provide students with a solid foundation to pursue career goals and move into their post-secondary education.

For more information contact John Stroup, RHS Automotive Teacher.

 

❄️ Winter Weather School Closure and Delay Information

http://rhs.redmond.k12.or.us/about-us/bell-schedules/

With a little winter weather under our belts this year, and likely more to come, it’s a good time for a refresher on how Redmond School District handles inclement weather.

❄️ How Closure/Delay Decisions are Made ❄️

Decisions regarding inclement weather delays or school cancellations are made in the early morning. When a forecasted storm arrives overnight, members of the district team are up before 4:00 a.m., checking road conditions from Alfalfa to Terrebonne/Crooked River Ranch and Eagle Crest to Tumalo. They are also communicating with city and county road departments and other school districts in Central Oregon to determine if roads are safe for bus travel. The decision to cancel school for the day, or delay start times, must be made by 5:00 a.m. before busses begin their routes.

❄️ How Decisions are Communicated ❄️

Once the decision to delay and/or close has been made, that information is communicated to parents using the district’s automated phone system, on the district website: redmond.k12.or.us/about/emergency-notifications/, Facebook and immediately through local media outlets.

We understand that decisions about school schedules and bus route changes have an impact on our families. We appreciate your patience during these situations. While we know that our students and families are best served when we are open, our main concern is the safety of our students and staff. If you feel that current weather conditions are unsafe, the district respects your decision to keep your student(s) home for the day. We appreciate your patience and understanding.

❄️ District’s Automated Phone System ❄️

Redmond School District uses an autodialer system that calls and texts the phone number you have on file at your child’s school in the event of inclement weather or emergency notifications. Please ensure that your profile is up to date at your student’s school.

As always, please call our district office at 541-923-5437 if you have any questions.

Justin Johnson and Mr. Winger present handcrafted cases to Medal of Honor recipient Bob Maxwell.

Robert “Bob” Maxwell is a former United States Army combat soldier and a recipient of the United States military’s highest decoration for valor—the Medal of Honor—for his heroism in France during World War II. He is the oldest of four living Medal of Honor recipients from that war.

Handcrafted display cases made by RHS construction students were presented to Bob Maxwell at the American legion Hall.

RHS student Justin Johnson created a presentation explaining how all of Bob’s medals were earned.
Thank you for your service!