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Inside This Issue:

Holiday Bazaar
HOliday Bazaar
RCS Marching Band Festival
FMB Band Festival
Captains Corner
Captains
Captains

Recently our football captains read to Elementary students at Hamlin Elementary School, nice job boys!

Volleyball Programs Continue Success
Volleyball

All 3 volleyball programs remain undefeated in OAA league play, congrats to the JV team going defeated in the recent Armada tournament, Freshman also took first at Grand Blanc!

Band, Cheer and Football Unite!
Unite

Cheer, band and football met recently in an annual tradition to show support for each other and talk about tradition, school spirit and character, good stuff!! Alex Bueno on drums, QB1!

Boys Soccer Update
Soccer

The Varsity team picked up a tough road win at Lake Orion by a 3-2 score

Cross Country Results
cross country

Congrats to the girls team on finishing 2nd at the recent OAA jamboree, the boys finished 5th.  Lucy Cook took first overall in the girls race.

Girls Swim and Dive Wins First League Meet
Swim

Congrats to the swim and dive team on their league win over Avondale, Sydney VanHowe with 2 state cuts so far!

Swim and Dive
Boys Tennis
Tennis

Both teams are off to hot starts and remain undefeated in league play, both teams defeated Adams this week as well!

Tennis
Girls Golf
Golf

Congratulations to the JV team on their recent place finish at Twin Lakes Golf Club.  Varsity remains undefeated in league play and has several top finishes in recent tournaments.

Volleyball Teams All Having Early Success
Volleyball

The Freshman team has won two tournaments so far and all 3 teams have swept their OAA league opponents, keep it up!

Varsity Football Gets First Win of the Season!
Football

Congratulations to the Varsity football team on defeating Bloomfield Hills last week 41-20.  The student section was in full force!

Congratulations to Our National Merit Scholars!

Congratulations to the following students on becoming Rochester High School's Commended and Semi-Finalist National Merit Scholars!

National Merit Scholar
National Merit
Homecoming Dance Guest Application
RHS Dance Guest Application

Want to bring a non-RCS student to the RHS Homecoming dance?  You need to fill out this form.

A Truly Wicked Homecoming!
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Costa Rica 2023
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Concession Stand Volunteering

Concession Stand Volunteering

The Concession Stand is the largest source of income for the Rochester High School Athletic Booster Club and is completely volunteer based. If every parent volunteered just one time, we would have more than enough help for the entire year. Volunteer for an event where your child is not participating, so that you get to support your athlete as they play. Student athletes can also volunteer!

Did you know that when you or your student athlete volunteer for a concession stand shift, you're also earning money for your athlete's team? The RHS Athletic Booster Club will give your team a $25 boost when you volunteer for the concession stand and a $35 boost for football games.

Link to the Fall 2022 Concessions Signup

More dates will be added as they are scheduled or needed.

Please reach out to Jim Naum at jimnaum@hotmail.com or by phone at 248-914-7760 with any questions.

Looking for ways to help your student prepare for the SAT?
SAT Info
September Important Dates
Important dates
Courtesy Driving School

We are pleased to announce that Courtesy Driving School will be holding their Segment 1 and Segment 2 classes at our high schools again starting in September! You can register for their classes at https://www.courtesydrivingschool.com/locations.html. The fall sessions are now posted and open for enrollment. You can contact Courtesy Driving School at (800) 256-9559 or by email at courtesydriving@yahoo.com if you have any questions.  

National Technical Honor Society
NTHS
No Place for Hate

 

Dear Parents/Caregivers,

Rochester Community Schools believes that an important foundation for successful teaching and learning includes the need to feel safe, valued and respected. To that end, Rochester High School will be participating in No Place for Hate®, a national program that supports schools in their commitment to honor diversity, promote respect for differences, challenge bias, and prevent bullying at all levels.

No Place for Hate was developed by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), a leading anti-hate organization that has worked for more than a century to “secure justice and fair treatment to all.” No Place for Hate will help RCS incorporate valuable resources into existing programs to have one consistent message of inclusivity.

To learn more about No Place for Hate, or to access family resources on challenging bullying and bias, please go to: https://www.adl.org/education-and-resources/resources-for-educators-parents-families.

If you have questions about No Place for Hate, please contact the Rochester High School administration team.  With your help, we will continue to ensure that our school community is a safe and welcoming space for all.  

 

Sincerely,

Rochester Administrative Team

Josh Wrinkle

Rochester High School Principal

Dan Amore

Rochester High School Assistant Principal

Megan Pasquale

Rochester High School Assistant Principal

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Parent Network

Welcome to a new school year! The Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Parent Network (DEIPN) is excited to continue our work together this year! 

Our first meeting will be on 

Monday, September 19th

 in the Rochester High School Media Center 

from 7:00 - 8:30 pm.  

On the agenda:  Meeting one another to build relationships. Learning about inclusive language. Exploration of ideas to promote diversity in our individual schools. Hearing from team members who helped create the district equity statement. 

We ask that for the respect and safety of others, this meeting not be recorded. 

For parking at RHS, please use the parking lot closest to the football fields off of Livernois road. 

Please mark these future meeting dates on your calendar:

  • Tuesday, October 18
  • Monday, November 21
  • Monday, January 23
  • Monday, February 27
  • Monday, March 20
  • Tuesday, April 18
  • Monday, May 15

MISSION STATEMENT OF DEIPN

Parents who support, encourage, celebrate diversity, and human connections across all boundaries of difference within Rochester Community Schools. We are purposed to make RCS an environment where diversity is authentically included and equally  respected in all aspects of the student’s experience. Where all  students, especially those who have been historically marginalized, can fairly and equally achieve their full potential to build  meaningful productive lives in a global society. 

 

 

Athletic Yard Signs
Yard Signs

Are you looking to support your Athlete?

Order your Personalized Yard Signs from The Athletic Boosters to show your FALCON SPIRIT!! 

Club Fair 2022
Club Fair
FMB Command Performance Fundraiser
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Rochester Hills Public Library
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Parent Dropoff
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PARENT DROP-OFF/PICK-UP  -  KEY POINTS TO KEEP OUR STUDENTS SAFE!

Use the Tradition loop, located off Walton Blvd. to enter the Parent Drop-off/Pick-up loop.  Please go slow for the safety of our students/teachers and other drivers. 

Please keep our students safe by following these procedures when dropping off your student at school:  

1.   PULL FORWARD ALL THE WAY UNTIL YOU COME TO A COMPLETE STOP.  

2. Students should exit the car wherever it stops on the right side of the loop and proceed to the  entrance.  

3. Once your child exits the car anywhere in the loop on the right side,  you may pass other cars in the inner (left) lane.   

Hometown Hustle
Hometown Hustle
Athletic Ticket Sales

Athletic competitions remain an important part of the educational experience within our schools. As we prepare for the 2022-23 school year, we continue to make improvements and streamline processes for our fans and spectators.

Rochester Community Schools will be moving to an efficient digital ticketing service, GoFan, for all home games at all three high schools. Using this new online process, all spectators and fans are highly encouraged to purchase home game tickets in advance. Although an individual will be available at the gate to assist with a credit card payment, the inefficiency of this process could cause lengthy delays.

No cash will be accepted for ticket sales; however, families can still use cash to purchase concessions.

To purchase tickets online, please use the following links:

Rochester High School: https://gofan.co/app/school/MI10070

Rochester High School Safety and Security

Rochester High School Safety and Security

The safety and security of all students and staff at Rochester High is always a top priority. To help us in these efforts, please see the information below:

  • Students can enter the building through two entrances, the Main Office entrance and the Livernois entrance. The Livernois entrance will close after 7:30 am.
  • Campus will remain closed throughout the school day. All grades will have lunch on campus.  
  • Students are NOT to utilize fast food delivery services. This includes DoorDash, Grub Hub, Instacart, or Uber Eats, etc. for food delivery.
  • If students are traveling to other campuses throughout the day, they are asked to check out of RHS in the Attendance Office and check back in when they return.
  • Students are encouraged to utilize their assigned lockers to minimize their belongings in the classroom.

If you see something, say something. Please report all safety and security concerns to the Main Office Staff or to Deputy Jesse Haglund.