Don't forget that tomorrow is Miler Club. All students will participate during specials. Please make sure your child wears athletic shoes and has their water bottle. Let's see if RHPS can run 1000 miles tomorrow!! #RHPSistheBEST #rhpsruns
Let’s kick-off our Toy/Clothing Drive with an Ugly Sweater Day! On Friday, December 3rd, students are asked to bring a new unwrapped toy or clothing item or $1 donation. In return, students can dress in their tackiest holiday-wear!
RHPS is collecting new toys and new children's’ clothing from now until Monday, December 13th! If your family would like to participate, please have your child drop-off unwrapped gifts in one of the donation boxes by the tree.
Please see below for suggestions regarding needed item(s).
Clothing: new clothing in various children's sizes - pjs, socks, and underwear
Toy Suggestions: Games, to ys, science kits, dramatic play items, legos, baby dolls, art kits, games, sports-related items
RHPS students have been learning all about the importance of having an “Attitude of Gratitude” and a “Live to Give” Heart. Encouraging our children and each other to be thankful for blessings big and small can have a huge impact on emotional health. Encouraging children to give each other compliments, give
a smile, thank someone, lend a helping hand, or give their time to loved ones means so much.
We hope everyone has a a safe and restful Thanksgiving break. We can’t wait to see everyone back on Monday, November 29th!
Thank you Mrs. Wooten and the RHHS chorus for sharing their talents with our 1st graders. @janwoochorus #BTH #RHPSistheBEST
Congratulations to our creative pumpkin winners!! #RHPSistheBEST
Guess what? It’s time for November’s First Friday for Charity! The United Way helps our community in so many ways. Through a variety of programs, the United Way impacts the education, health, and income stability for so many families.! This is why we are so excited that the United Way was chosen as November’s First Friday For Charity!
On Friday, November 5th, students are encouraged to bring a $1.00 donation for United Way. In return, students may wear their favorite hat! Money should be sent to school in an envelope marked “donation.” Thank you for partnering with us as we model mindset #6- Live to Give!
1st Friday for Charity - November 5th
Next week is Red Ribbon Week! Help us celebrate with dress up days.
Attached is the flyer: https://5il.co/10pz6
First Friday Charity - CURE Childhood Cancer
Friday, October 1st
See the flyer for details: https://5il.co/zmie
PTSO will start to sell ice cream on Fridays starting September 17th for $1.
In recognition of Patriot’s Day, September 11th, we will all dress in red, white, and blue on Friday, September 10th.
BCS IS LOOKING FOR PARENTS!!
Did you know that employees of Bryan County Schools who live out of district can make application for their children to attend school in Bryan County? We have immediate openings in Transportation (bus drivers), Operations (custodians), and School Food Nutrition (school nutrition workers), and these positions have hours that can work around your child’s school schedule. If you are interested in one of these positions, please contact Debi McNeal, Director of Human Resources, at firstname.lastname@example.org
, or call 912-851-4000.
RHHS Meet the Wildcats Night
Thursday, August 12 @ 5:30-7:30
See flyer for more details.
Bryan County Schools would like to hear from you!
We are asking all families in the district to complete this survey (link below). The collected data will assist our district with obtaining local, state, and federal funds to provide additional resources to Bryan County students and their households. Survey window will close on August 10th at 11:59 PM. Thank you in advance for participating and for your responses!
Click on the following link to check out our 2021-2022 Back to School newsletter! https://5il.co/vnns