RCHS WEEKLY BULLETIN APRIL 22-28, 2024 https://rchs.rccu1.net/   618-393-2191  One School, One Mission, One Tiger Nation   Upcoming Activities & Events SECRETARY APPRECIATION DAY  	on WED 4/24 CEO TRADE SHOW WED 4/24 @ 5-7p  	in RCHS Auxiliary Gym FRESHMEN ORIENTATION FRI 4/26 @ 9a FFA CHAPTER BANQUET in Ron Herrin  	Gym on FRI 4/26 @ 6p STUDENT-LED PLAY FRI 4/26 @ 6:30p THESPIAN INDUCTION 4/27 @ 5p in PAC PRINCIPAL APPRECIATION DAY  	WED 5/1 PROM FRI 5/3 @ 8-10p at Parkside Event  	Center “Night of a Thousand Lights” SCHOOL IMMUNIZATION CLINIC  	MON 5/6 @ 8a   What’s for Lunch? *subject to change Offered WEEKLY:  RIGHT LINE Cheeseburger, Chicken Patty, Pizza & Corn Dog LEFT LINE SALAD: Crispy Chicken Salad SANDWICH: American Club Sub MON 4/22: Cheesy Bacon Chicken Sandwich TUES 4/23: Cinnamon Roll w/ Eggs WED 4/24: Italian Pasta Bake w/ Breadstick THUR 4/25: BBQ Pork Flatbread FRI 4/26: Pretzel w/ Cheese Sauce TUESDAY LUNCH WITH OLNEY FIRST METHODIST: $3 and transport available. Permission slip required.  Happy Birthday 4/22: Brad Muentener, Cassidy Brown, Ethan McNeil 4/23: Kamden Jones, Marley Finan, Siera Armstrong 4/24: Leo Scott 4/25: Aleaha Lacoax 4/26: Lacey Earp, Peyton Booth 4/27: Evelyn Volk, Karlee Piercefield 4/28: Connor Grove, Jashun McKinley New Announcements Please check your email every day!!  DISABILITY ACCEPTANCE WEEK: We aim to create a culture of acceptance, inclusion and positivity for people with disabilities at RCHS and in our community. Each day, somewhere in the school, a crayon with the color of the day will be hidden. If you find it, take it to Rm #121, answer the daily question and earn a prize. Answers can be found on the info flyers around the school. MONDAY Wear Blue for Language and Speech Awareness. These include stuttering, articulation difficulties, voice volume and even the lack of ability to speak. Question: “What time of a child's life is the most crucial to the development of a child's language skills?” TUESDAY Wear Green for Cerebral Palsy. CP affects a person's ability to move, control their muscles and maintain balance and posture. CP is the most common motor disability in childhood. Q: “What causes cerebral palsy? WEDNESDAY Wear Red for physical disabilities. A physical disability is a condition that substantially limits one or more basic physical activities in life like walking, climbing stairs, reaching, carrying, or lifting. Q: “Mobility issues make up what percentage of disabilities in the US?” THURSDAY Wear Crazy Socks for Down Syndrome.  Down Syndrome is a genetic disorder caused by abnormal cell division before birth that results in an extra chromosome. Q:  “About how many babies are born with down syndrome in the US annually?” FRIDAY Wear Tie Dye for Intellectual Disabilities. An intellectual Disability is when a person has a difficult time learning, solving problems, or understanding when something can be harmful to them or others. Q:  “Which side of the brain controls logic, planning and rational thought?”  ISA MAKE-UP TESTING for Juniors MON 4/22 - 4/24 FBLA Officer meeting in Mrs. Stallard’s room during OTE on TUE 4/23 BOYS’ SOCCER meeting in the commons with Jason Burckhartt during OTE on WED 4/24 for 09th-11th interested in playing next fall. BEST BUDDIES will meet every THUR  @ OTA in the Student Commons (Cafe tier) VOLLEYBALL meeting on THUR 4/24 during lunch in room 206 for girls interested in playing high school volleyball. Pizza will be provided. YOUTH ALIVE meeting in Profe Marriott’s room during lunch FCA All Student Meeting during lunch in the Upper Deck on FRI 4/26

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