There will be a Sunset balloon release for Cameron today at 5:30 in the Mill Creek bus lanes.
The Art Department will be traveling to Rome & Greece Spring break 2022. For info stop by the art room, Ms. Mulvey or there will be a meeting Monday March 2nd at 7PM.
February is Black History Month and today we would like to recognize Martin Luther King Jr. As a civil rights activist, he helped found the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and led the Montgomery Bus Boycott. He led many nonviolent protests against segregation in the south. In 1963 he helped organize the March on Washington where he gave his “I Have a Dream” speech. He received the Nobel Peace Prize for his work for racial equality and against poverty and the Vietnam War. King was assassinated in 1968 and was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom years later.
The Annual Food Truck Friday Event is March 20th, from 6 pm to 9 pm located in the bus lanes at Mill Creek Middle School. Bring your friends, family, neighbors, teammates and lawn chairs! There will be plenty of food, inflatables, on-stage entertainment, a rockin' DJ and lots of exhibitors. It is free to come, free inflatable slides and obstacle courses for the kids, and free on-stage performances and entertainment. Bring cash for food, concessions, face or hair painting, pie-throwing, rock climbing, bull riding, silent auction, and any exhibitor purchases. This is going to be such a fun event!
Students! Do you need volunteer hours? PTSA needs student volunteers to help at the Food Truck Friday Event, March 20th. This is a big event and we need lots of help! Contact your club leader for more information.
RRHS PTSA is donating a book called "Ginny Moon" by Benjamin Ludwig to the Media Center in honor of Exceptional Children's Week. We hope you have an opportunity to visit the media center to check out this fabulous book.
Exceptional Children's Week is March 2nd through 6th. We will be celebrating throughout the week. On Monday, March 2nd Freshman students, please wear purple in honor of ADD/ADHA and Cystic Fibrosis. Sophomores, please wear green to honor those with Cerebral Palsy and Tourette's syndrome. Juniors, please wear blue in honor of those with Down syndrome and Fragile X syndrome. Seniors, please wear red to honor those who have Dyslexia and intellectual disabilities.
February is Career Technical Education Month! Career and technical education (CTAE) are classes that teach specific career skills to students. Career Tech is split into 16 career clusters that apply to different high-demand careers. Here is a fact each day for why you should consider pursuing a career tech pathway: CTAE in Georgia offers 17 Career Clusters with a total of 135 pathways offered for Georgia students.