River Rouge High School News
River Rouge High School News
Hello RRHS Panther Scholars and Families:
We hope that you enjoyed your holiday . . . As a reminder, classes resume online tomorrow at 8:00am. As was shared before the Thanksgiving break, all instruction and instructional support will remain virtual/online until January 15, 2021. This means that in-person drop-in centers will be paused however, each teacher will offer Virtual Drop In/Office Hours in the afternoons.
Classes end at 12:00pm, however, school continues after lunch with each teacher conducting virtual drop in 1-3pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Students should use this time to meet with teachers, get assistance in small groups, and complete assignments and classwork. Attached you will find the list of teachers with their Google Meet link to their afternoon office hours. If a link is not included here, please contact the teacher directly.
In addition, the office will be open daily and technology support will still be offered. If you need any further assistance, please let us know. The office phone number if (313) 297-9600.
Hello High School Panther Scholars and Families:
Happy November to you! We wanted to take a moment and share some November updates and upcoming dates with you so that you can plan accordingly. In addition, we will continue our Return to School Planning. Currently, we will continue with our Distance Learning model with all students learning with their teachers from home. We continue to reassess as we receive new information. If you did not do so, please take the brief survey in regards to your choice for learning.
As a reminder, our In-Person Drop-In Center is open most days 9am-3pm. We have staff there to assist students as needed. We are also attaching the newest bus routes which will begin on Wednesday, November 4. Teachers also have virtual Drop In hours between 1-3pm but if your scholar needs more support, please take advantage of our Drop In Center. Breakfast, lunch, and transportation is provided. Please see flyers below.
Below are the pertinent dates for this month, we will keep you informed weekly and as always, we thank you for your cooperation and support. Stay safe!
Monday, November 2 - 5:00pm - Volleyball Playoff Game vs. Edsel Ford @ Lincoln Park HS
Tuesday, November 3 - NO CLASSES FOR STUDENTS - Election Day
Thursday, November 5 - 12:30pm - Central State University Virtual Visit (seniors) /12:30pm - Jackson State University Virtual Visit (seniors)
Friday, November 6 - End of Quarter 1 - all work is due by 3pm / 7:0pm - Football Playoff Game @ Riverview
Monday, November 9 - First day of Quarter 2
Tuesday, November 10 - 12:30pm - Alcorn University Virtual Visit (seniors)
Wednesday, November 11 - 12:30pm - U of D Mercy Visit (seniors)
Thursday, November 12 - 12:30pm - Alabama A & M Virtual Visit (seniors)
Friday, November 13 - Quarter 1 report cards mailed home
Monday, November 16 - 5pm - Virtual Junior Scholar & Parent Meeting (more information forthcoming)
Friday, November 20 - Quarter 1 Honors released via video
Wednesday, November 25-27 - NO CLASSES FOR STUDENTS - Thanksgiving Break
Monday, November 30 - School Resumes
Session Dates and Time
- November 5th at 10:00 am
- January 21st at 1:00 pm
- March 11th at 10:00 am
- May 6th at 1:00 pm
Hello High School Scholars and Families:
We want to first start by thanking each of you for your diligence and patience during our continued navigation of remote learning. Our scholars are doing an amazing job and we appreciate the support from all of our families.
As we near the end of our marking period for Quarter 1, we want to just make sure that we keep each of you in the loop of what is coming. Quarter 1 will end on Friday, November 6 which means that all assignments and work should be submitted by this date. Scholars - please reach out to your teachers about any missing assignments so that you can ensure that everything is completed by next Friday.
Quarter 2 will begin on Monday, November 9. We continue to evaluate our status for the upcoming quarter and will keep you informed as anything changes. We are working diligently to monitor the science and data, as well as progress around the state, in order to make the most informed decisions within the district.
As always, we appreciate your support and if you have any questions or concerns, please contact the high school office @ (313) 297-9600.