Saturday, December 20, 2014

Rock Island High School

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RIHS Dec 16 Announcements

There will be no WIU tutoring tonight after school.  WIU tutoring, in room 121, will resume January 20th. Girls soccer open gym will be cancelled this week due to finals. Open gyms will resume when we come back from break. Missing or lost a sweatshirt, pair of shoes, an earring? Please check the lost and found in the bookstore before you leave for Winter Break!!!  Any unclaimed items will be donated to Goodwill during break! If you still need to get a yearbook, you can pick up an online order form in Ms. Miers’ room (211). Get your book before it’s too late! Teen safe driving fact:  Drivers who use hand held devices are four times as likely to get into crashes serious enough to injure themselves.  For the safe driving campaign, the Student Ambassadors are holding a contest called the... 


RIHS Dec 15 Announcements

The Girls’ Bowling Team’s Varsity squad had a close 2nd place final finish behind host United Township Saturday.  In the J V division the Rocks brought home the J V championship. Freshman Lynzee Quade led the scoring for the varsity and was the varsity individual champion of the tournament.  She also bowled the high three game series of 710, the second high series in school history.  She averaged 222 for her six games.  Jordan Sholl and Assia Filali also added strong series.  Kaitlyn O’Brien led the J V scoring for the Rocks and also won the J V individual title.  Her teammate Katie McDonald finished second individually for the tournament. The Rocks are back in action Tuesday at Milan Lanes in a dual match with Moline. Congratulations to the Fresh-Soph Wrestlers this... 


RIHS Dec 12 Announcements

Holiday Blood Drive is today in the small gym.  16 year old consent forms for the Blood Drive must be turned in before you can donate, and please make sure you bring your id.  Remember to bring in a toy for the “Toys for Tots” raffle. The Reading Rocks will meet after school today in the Little Theater to watch the movie “Coraline.” The Rocky Interact Club Chili Cook-Off is today at 4:30 in the cafeteria. Academic team members please come to the little theater for practice after school instead of Mrs. Taylor’s room. BOYS BASKETBALL GAME – Students, the Rocks face Alleman tonight in a home Western Big 6 game.  We would like to remind everyone there has been a “Gray Out” planned to honor Conan Dalton, so please wear gray to the game.  Students should sit behind... 


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Principal’s Notes: 2nd Quarter 2014

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK DECEMBER 2014 As I write this article, it is difficult to believe that first semester is nearly completed and we are immersed into the winter season of events here at Rock Island High School. At this point, our students are deeply involved in school work and participating in a variety of co-curricular activities, and many of our parents continue working countless hours to support our programs. It is greatly appreciated by all of us at RIHS. I also want to thank everyone who attended parent-teacher conferences in October. We had a wonderful turnout and appreciate your interest in your student’s education. Our next conference date is Thursday, February 12, 2015, from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm and Friday, February 13, 2015 from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. As we continue to explore... 


RIHS 1st Semester Final Schedule Dec. 16-19

Final Exam Schedule: Time Tuesday December 16th 2:43 – 3:33 Period 7   Time Wednesday December 17th 8:20 – 9:10 Period 1 9:20 – 10:10 Period 2 10:20 – 11:10 Period 3   Time Thursday December 18th 8:20 – 9:10 Period 4 9:20 – 10:10 Period 5 10:20 – 11:10 Period 6   Time Friday December 19th 8:20 – 9:10 Make-Up Final 9:20 – 10:10 Make-Up Final 12:00 Deadline for Grade Submission    Read More →


Resources for Health Concerns

Two viruses have been in the local news lately: Enterovirus and Ebola. The Rock Island-Milan School District has posted resources from the Center for Disease Control and other Health Care organizations about the threat of the diseases.  Read More →


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