Giant Homecoming Day Photo Album

Rich Hill students had a great day working together and preparing for the Homecoming Parade and the pep assembly.  Each class prepared a banner as part of the “battle of the classes” and the traditional float for the parade.

The day started bright and early with breakfast at the Baptist Church at 7:00 am for students participating in fall activities followed by a musical greeting by the RHHS Tiger Band as students entered the building.  Students reported to first hour for attendance and then were dismissed to work with their class and sponsors preparing their poster and float.

The Tigers worked together and designed some fantastic posters and floats and put on a great parade and pep assembly.  The seniors even squeezed in time for a little karaoke.

Come out and cheer on the Tigers this evening as they play the Archie Whirlwinds.  Queen and princess coronation will be at halftime.

Here are a few photos from the day…in no particular order.

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6th graders get to stand outside the fence and gather candy for the younger students.

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Elementary students arriving for the pep assembly

 

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Many thanks to all the parents who fed this crew breakfast this morning

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Cheer – Krissy Miller, Tristan Miller, Kassi Austin, Destiny Burris, Miranda Petty, Katie Tourtillott, Lydia Fox, & Salym Bolser Front Row Sarah Coots, Shayna Jacobs, Lea Austin, and Brittany Mitchell

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Senior Football – Kody Yohe, Jacob Querry, Adam Bridgewater, Garrett Brooks and Taron Mumma

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Adrian King, Miranda Dougherty, Lydia Fox, Sydney Bell, Hannah White, & Carlie Wethington

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Trying to color inside the lines

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Bryce Lewis in charge of the scissors

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Mackenzie Wheatley, Dillon Tourtillott, and Savannah Knight (Seniors)

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Trinity Burris & Isaac Brooks (7th)

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Ryleigh Wolfe, Sydney Rice, and Ally Halversen

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Nevaeh Hohenfeldt (9th)

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Lea Austin (9th)

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Salym Bolser, Dominic Zuber, Damion Wolfe (9th)

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Lydia Fox & Sydney Bell (9th)

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Tisha Mackey & Lexi Fuqua (9th)

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Katie Tourtillott and Carlie Wethington (9th)

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Bella Cowin & Nathan Mubanga

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Freshmen Candidate Katie Meyers

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7th Grade Float

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Senior Candidate Kassi Austin

 

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Junior High Cheer

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Junior Candidate Miranda Petty

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Sophomore Candidate Christina Corriston

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7th Grade Float

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Sophomore Float

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JH Football

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Magal Chol, Jacob Smith, & Nathan Mubango (8th grade)

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HS Cheer

Rich Hill JH Census

Do most junior high students carry an Iphone, an Android, or another type of device?  Do they live in the country or in town?  Do they participate in sports?  These are just a few of the questions asked in a recent junior high census.

Mrs. Wheatley’s 7th graders recently spent a little bit of class time discussing the United States census and decided to conduct a census of their own.  The class of 25 divided into 5 groups and created their own census questions in Google Forms which were then answered by both the 7th and 8th grade classes.  The 7th graders reviewed the results and shared the demographics of the Rich Hill Junior High with posters in the hall.IMG_8686IMG_8687IMG_8688IMG_8689IMG_8690

 

Time for a New “Do”

As part of the fundraising activities going on for #JessicasJourney this week elementary students had opportunities to put their names in a drawing to give Mrs. Amanda Breckenridge a trim! When the drawing took place this morning, Paityn Derry-Jones was the lucky winner. Jessica’s sister Katie Green assisted Paityn with Mrs. Breckenridge’s new style.

Hablamos (un poco)Español

School has been in session for a few weeks and Spanish students are picking up a few new skills.  The students had a little fun with the green screen this week.  The assignment was to greet the viewing public, introduce themselves, give their age, talk about something they like and something they liked to do, and something they do not like and then sign off with an appropriate expression. ¡Bien Hecho!

Spirit Week for #JessicasJourney

Next week the RHHS Student Council will be hosting Spirit Week for leukemia.  Both the elementary and the high school will be participating.

Monday PJ’s
Tuesday Throwback
Wednesday Camo
Thursday Twin
Friday Spirit/Favorite Team
On the high school side they are taping faculty to the wall. With each dollar raised the winner for 7-9 and 10-12 will be taped to the wall.
The 7-9 grade will compete to see if……
7th Grade representative Mrs. Black
8th Grade representative Mr. Oates
9th Grade representative Mrs. Bell
10th grade representative Mrs. Curtright
11th grade representative Mr. Morgan
12th grade representative Mr. Gills
Who will be taped??????
Class sponsors  will collect the money for each representative.  Help tape someone to the wall all proceeds go to #jessicasjourney.