Tomorrow is our first Miler Club date of 2022-2023. Students will have an opportunity to log laps. Gym shoes are required. https://5il.co/1lfto
Tomorrow we kick off our Wildcat Toy Drive. We will celebrate by wearing our black RHPS W is for Wildcat t-shirt to show our support. Help RHPS spread some holiday cheer by donating a new toy for families in need. Unwrapped toys of any kind will be joyfully accept Friday, December 2nd - Wednesday, December 14th.
Tomorrow our students will have a Veterans Day celebration during the school day. Please dress in red, white and blue to honor our Veterans! Also, we kick off our Food Drive tomorrow. Please see the flyer for details: https://5il.co/1k6sx
We can’t let October end without a shout out to our principal, Mrs. Highsmith. She is the reason #RHPSistheBEST. She leads with compassion while inspiring us to “do right by kids.” She reminds us daily that #ALLmeansALL. All students and all staff are expected to perform at high levels. We have the most important job on the planet and Mrs. Highsmith ensures we never forget it. We are grateful for her support and commitment to excellence and success. Happy National Principals Month!
RHPS is excited to celebrate Red Ribbon week next week.
Monday: We are JEAN-ius and pledge to be drug free! Wear RED and JEANS.
Tomorrow is Unity Day! Let's stand together and promote kindness, acceptance, and inclusion by wearing ORANGE.
Richmond Hill Primary School PTSO wants to say THANK YOU! We are so proud of our readers! With your support, we were able to have successful fundraiser and our students were able to enjoy reading. Richmond Hill Primary School PTSO can't wait to Read-A-Thon again next year!
1st grade progress report cards will be shared this afternoon via email. The email will contain a link to your child's 1st quarter progress report. If you do not receive an email by Monday morning, please contact your child's 1st grade teacher.
Kindergarten progress reports are scheduled to be shared October 24th.
Tomorrow is the 50th day of school!! Don't forget to wear your 50's attire, if you wish. We have lots of fun activities planned to celebrate.
This week is National Fire Safety Week. Our students have learned fire safety tips from Richmond Hill Fire Department and Bryan County EMS. Help keep your family safe by planning your home fire escape.
Richmond Hill Primary School PTSO is all about reading right now. Would you please tell your friends and family about our Read-a-thon by sharing a quick Facebook post? Click on this link to go to a suggested Facebook post:
Children in Georgia's Pre-K show significant growth across all learning domains including math, language & literacy, and social-emotional skills. #GAPreKWeek