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April 18


Getting to class on time is an important step in your academic success. We know that spring brings excitement but also sometimes challenges to staying focused. Your teachers are committed to providing you with engaging lessons and it is your responsibility to arrive to class on time. As a school we will be implementing increased interventions and consequences for being late to class beginning Wednesday 4/17 and throughout the remainder of the school year. Consequences and interventions can include: one on one meetings with administrators, group education sessions, parent communication, and automatic detentions. Please do your best to arrive at each of your classes, on-time, prepared to learn as we make our way to the end of the school year.

I want to give a shout out to all of you that have entered items in the Mindsong Literary Magazine. I am still looking for more painting, sculpting, drawing, jewelry or metal work, etc. Please take a photo and send it to my email.
The deadline for entries will be May 10th.
Thanks, Mrs. Singer

Reminder to the Synchronized Swimming Team and Softball Team you have pictures tomorrow. Get an order form from your coach or stop by the athletic office for one. 

Congratulations to the 2019 Tom Spooner Nominees. Abednego Gorshe, Alan Nguyen, James Bowers, Joel Schaefer, John Dominic Poyatos, Josh Peterson, Ray Haar, Tommy Kimmes, William Voigt.

You have been recognized by the RHS coaching staff as one of the outstanding male athletes who has also excelled in academics and were involved in the community.


Has your first hour class reached $50 yet? Only two days left to earn a goat for a family in need. Bring those last bits of spare change on Monday or Tuesday. Small change creates big change!

We have no more parking permits to sell. Please remember that without a permit, you may not park in the lot. There is no parking allowed at the Central lot or in the Oak Grove parking lot. You may park by the baseball field, along 73rd and by Lyndale fields.

Juniors and seniors consider entering the RHS Promposal contest to win two FREE prom tickets
There is more information in your email. Video entries must be submitted by May 4th. Winner will be chosen by a panel of teachers based on creativity, quality, execution, and surprise factor!

Students - If you see any kind of damage to your Chromebook charger cord, please stop by the media center for a replacement. Some examples of damage are cracks in the plastic casing, exposed inner wires, bent or broken metal ends.

Wondering what to do for a summer job? Become trained as a lifeguard. The City of Richfield and Richfield Community Education are offering a Lifeguard training class over spring break April 1-4th at Richfield Middle School. To register or learn more contact The City of Richfield Recreation Dept at 612-861-9385

Please check the list posted outside Paying and Receiving for offices where you may have unmet obligations. The is the list for the Fire and Ice Dance and has not been updated. If you did not go to the dance or if at one office you met the requirement to attend the dance, please check to see what offices you need to visit.

Still haven't bought a yearbook? We only have 65 copies left! Buy one now at or with cash at paying and receiving before we run out! 

Have you seen the charging stations near the cafeteria and gyms? You can charge your device, lock it up, and come back for it whenever it is convenient for you. They are free and equipped with Chromebook charging cords.