Don’t miss out on our Community Connections session! The following organizations will be available: Suncoast Federal Credit Union, Rasmussen College, Marchman Technical Education Center – Adult Programs, Pasco Hernando State College, Pasco Sheriff’s Department, Pasco County Schools, Pasco County Library, United Way, Career Source Hernando Pasco Mobile Unit that provides assistance to job seekers (resume development, employment resources, etc.), Pasco Youth Initiative of Career Source (helps to find youth employment opportunities), Alzheimer’s Family Organization, Medical Center of Trinity, Youth & Family Alternatives, PLACE program, learn how to coupon, and many others.
Congrats to the March Students of the Month.
9th Grade Derek Funez
10th Grade Taylor Ney
11th Grade Jenna Densler
12th Grade Samantha Williams
All Ram parents and guardians as well as incoming Class of 2018 9th grade parent/guardians are invited to attend our Quarter 4 Parent University Night on Wednesday, April16. The agenda is posted at this Parent U Agenda_April 16, 2014.
Learn more about our outstanding students and staff in the 1-1 iPad Program! They are always in “Genius Mode!”
All Seniors were given the Class of 2014 End of Year Senior Letter as well as a copy was mailed home. Please make sure to thoroughly review as important Graduation information is included! Final Cap & Gown orders are due no later than Thursday, April 17 for $90. Please see Ms. Boise, bookkeeper, in the front office.
RHS Drama Department presents
Thursday, April 10 6:30PM in the Drama Suite
Friday, April 11 6:30PM in the Drama Suite
Saturday, April 12 2PM, 6:30PM in the Drama Suite
Children 10 and under get in free with a paying adult. $5 admission
Synopsis: Enter into the world of make-believe, a place where toys learn to be good toys… at ’Toy Camp.’ Ted E. Bear, Princess Ann, Glow Toy and others have come to Toy Camp to hopefully graduate and earn their price tags to be sold at toy stores. Not graduating from Toy Camp means certain doom at the Toy Dump! During their week at camp, our friends learn lessons in paying attention and practicing, overcoming both their fears and their weaknesses. With a subtle moral about liking yourself and having confidence if you want to be loved by others, each toy realizes that it is good at something. This award-winning, light-hearted show will have your audiences tapping their toes to a variety of easily produced songs, including the love ballad ’I Go To Pieces’ (sung by puzzle pieces Jig and Saw!), Cool Cat’s hip rap song and ’Things Are Ruff All Over, Rover,’ sung by an Elvis-like hound dog.
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