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Red Ribbon Week is a national campaign dedicated to Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATOD) prevention awareness in our schools and communities.  In 1985, the “red ribbon” was adopted as a symbol to honor the life of Enrique “KiKi” Camarena.  He was a Drug Enforcement Agent (DEA) who was murdered while working undercover to investigate a major drug cartel in Mexico. 

We have a different theme for each day, and there will be prize giveaways to students who participate in selected activities.  Advisory classes will create a public service announcement (PSA) video to help educate students about the dangers of drugs, alchohol and tobacco use.  PSA’s will be judged and the winning videos will receive a root beer float, courtesy of our PTA.

  • Monday, Oct 22         “Wear RED” (to kick off Red Ribbon Week)
  • Tuesday, Oct 23         “Shade Out Drugs” (Wear shades/sunglasses)
  • Wednesday, Oct 24 “Pink Out The Ridge” (Wear pink to show care and to support the fight against breast cancer)
  • Thursday, Oct 25 “Don’t Get Tied into Drugs” (Wear crazy neckties)
  • Friday, Oct 26             “Team Up Against Drugs” (Wear your favorite college/pro sports team attire)

Join us for another day of campus beautification! We will look to spruce up the outside of the school as well as a couple of indoor projects. Make plans to join us if you are available!

Join Round Rock ISD as they assist families in making informed decisions. All meetings will be held at RRHS in the 700 cafeteria/toolbox from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. Sessions are geared for parents of 8th-12 grade students. Here are the topics covered:

  • 10/17 – When Does Stress Become Anxiety
  • 11/7 – What Does Your Future Look Like: Career Exploration
  • 11/14 – How to Earn College Credit in High School
  • 11/14 – Study Skills: Organization and Note Taking
  • 11/28 – Social Media Awareness
  • 12/5 – More Than Sad: A Look at Teen Depression
  • 12/5 – Study Skills: Time and Stress Management
  • 12/12 – Understanding High School Academies and Electives

Here is a flyer with more information.

10/22 – 10/26 – Red Ribbon Week
10/22 – Mon –7th grade FB vs Cedar Valley (@ KRAC) 5:30 – 8:30 pm
10/23 – Tues – 8th grade FB vs Chisholm Trail (@ CRHS) 5:30 – 8:30 pm
10/23 – Tues – Cedar Ridge Vertical Learning Community Choir Concert
10/24 – Weds – PSAT – 8th grade students
10/24 – Weds – Advanced Theater Performance (@ RMS Cafe) 6:30 – 7:30 pm
10/25 – Thurs – Picture Re-takes during lunch periods
10/25 – Thurs – VB vs Deerpark (7th @ DPMS) (8th @ RMS) 5:00 – 8:00 pm
10/25 – Thurs – Advanced Band Concert and Bake Sale (@ RMS Cafe) 6:00 – 8:00 pm
10/26 – Fri – Ridgeview Community Trunk or Treat (@ RMS Cafe) 5:00 – 7:00 pm
10/27 – Sat – Ridgeview Day of Service – (Campus Beautification) 8:00 – 1:00

10/29 – Mon – VB vs C.D. Fulkes (7th @ RMS) (8th @ CDFMS) 5:00 – 8:00 pm
10/29 – Mon –7th grade FB vs Walsh (@ WMS) 5:30 – 8:30 pm
10/30 – Tues – 8th grade FB vs Walsh (@ CRHS) 5:30 – 8:30 pm
10/31-11/2 – Girl’s Basketball Tryouts (7th – 6:15-8:15 am) (8th – 3:35-5:35 pm)
11/2 – Fri – End of 2nd Six Weeks
11/2 – Fri – 6th Grade Movie Night (5-9 pm)
11/3 – Sat – District Band (7:00 – 3:00)
11/3 – Sat – Region Choir
11/4 – Sun – Daylight Savings Ends – Set your clock back!

Office Hours

Monday-Friday 8am-4pm

Main office – 512-424-8400
Attendance – 512-424-8403
Registration – 512-424-8416

Throughout the year, we will utilize online applications that will enhance the learning of your child and support and reinforce the concepts we are teaching in class. Before using these applications, we want to make you aware of federal laws and regulations that apply to the use of technology to support classrooms and require parental consent in order to be most effective.

We are asking that all students return this form, sent home the first week of school, so we know that parents are aware of the websites and apps being used with their student.   If you have not already done so, please send in the signed form to the front office ASAP.

2018-2019 RMS Web App Permission Slip

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