Mr. Abend’s keyboarding and computer apps class will begin their Cyber Safety unit this week. Here’s an example lesson and something to watch and discuss at home.
Students make choices about what to do if they or their friends are cyberbullied. They are encouraged to “evolve” into an “Upstander” – someone who takes action to stop cyberbullying, rather than standing by.
- compare different forms of cyberbullying and the roles of those involved.
- interpret scenarios that illustrate how targets of cyberbullying feel.
- identify ways to be an “Upstander” when cyberbullying occurs.
Joyce Foxworth of Foster received a check from the Rich Hill volleyball team today in the amount of $950. The girls raised these funds the night of their Pink Out Game. Joyce begins chemotherapy on Monday.
Senior volleyball player Serena Duncan has been named 3rd team all-conference and 1st team all-district. Congratulations Serena!
2016 All-Conference football award recipients we released yesterday and several Rich Hill players were recognized
Aadin Humble – 1st Team Wide Receiver
Taron Mumma – 3rd Team Quarterback
Jacob Querry – 3rd Team All Purpose Back
Jordan Bolser – 3rd Team Wide Receiver
Houston Bridgewater -1st Team Defensive End
Aadin Humble 2nd Team Defensive Back
Jacob Querry 2nd Team Defensive Back
Myles Becker -3rd Team Defensive End
Dalen Lewis – 3rd Team Defensive Back
Rich Hill High School Student Council is participating the 3rd annual “Pajammin for Gannon” on Wednesday November 2, 2016. This is a fundraiser to help local families who have children who are fighting cancer. Several schools in the conference will be participating in this fundraising event.
All students K-12 can wear pajamas for a $1 donation.
All students 7-12 can wear a hat for $1 donation.
All teachers can wear jeans for a $5 donation.
Thanks to everyone who helped support the school book fair there are now MANY new books available. Come to the library and check them out!
The Rich Hill High School Band members will be performing in the WEMO All-Conference Band this Saturday. These students were ranked by a point system that rates students from all of the competing districts based on their accomplishments, participation, and leadership in band. Their rank is then compared, and chair placements are set. All six of the members were rated well among the conference.
From left to right in the picture:
Hanna Mckinley received 7th chair flute
Mary Meyers received 2nd chair flute
Mackenzie Wheatley received 2nd chair alto saxophone
Dakota Ferguson received 3rd chair trombone
Dillon Tourtillott received 9th chair alto saxophone
Destiny Long received 13th chair in percussion
Out of Rich Hill, Archie, Adrian, Osceola, Lakeland, Midway, Drexel, and Appleton City’s band programs, these students are ranked very high in the conference. Congratulations Rich Hill band members!