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1 To 1 Update
The parent information meeting for the one to one computer program at Rappahannock High School has been moved from this Wednesday and Thursday to next Wednesday and Thursday, August 24 and 25. The meetings will begin at 7 and will be held in the RHS auditorium. Parents only need to attend one meeting.
RCPS 1 to 1 initiative
RCPS is excited for the 16-17 school year and a new 1 to 1 computer initiative at Rappahannock High School. Every student in grades 8 through 12 can receive a Dell laptop, once the proper paperwork is completed and a $25.00 technology fee is paid.
There will be two parent information nights: Wednesday, August 24 and another meeting on Thursday, August 25 at 7 pm in the RHS auditorium. General information about the computer and school policies will be discussed and there will be a time for questions.
Computers will be available for student pick up on Wednesday, August 30, during Open House.
For more information about the 1 to 1 program and forms that must be completed to pick up a student’s computer, you can go to the RCPS webpage: http://www.richmond-county.k12.va.us/…/te…/r_h_s_1_1_program
RCPS is also happy to provide three commonly needed accessories at cost for the computers: laptop cases (conveniently fit into students’ current backpacks), jump drives and ear buds. These will be available on Open House night.
If you have further questions, please feel free to contact either Rappahannock High School (333-3551) or the School Board Office (333-3681) and we will be happy to help.
VHSL One Act Theatre Festival
Spread the word, RHS is returning to compete in the VHSL One Act Theatre Festival. Auditions are for current RHS students grades 8-12. Please contact Ms. Rombold at firstname.lastname@example.org if there are any questions.
RCE/RCM Outdoor classroom
The RCE/RCM outdoor classroom and garden project is in full swing, and just received a big boost in funding after being awarded a Lowe's Toolbox for Education grant in the amount of $5,000 earlier today! Congratulations to 3rd grade teacher Kristi Smith and her fellow committee members for securing this grant to help our garden grow!
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