RLCC High School Vision Statement
A place where students and staff take RESPONSIBILITY for their EFFORTS, their CHOICES and their RELATIONSHIPS”

 

MUSTANG MESSAGE

 

Tuesday, May 24, 2022                                                                                  Bulletin #170

 

 

LUNCH TODAY: Pork Fritter, rice pilaf, vegetable, fruit, milk

 

BREAKFAST TOMORROW: French toast and sausage links, fruit, juice, milk

 

LUNCH TOMORROW: Ham patty, chicken patty or pizza patty, chips, vegetable, fruit, milk

 

 

ATHLETICS/ACTIVITIES     

   

5/24  TUESDAY

Practice @ RLF: Track                                                                       3:05 to RLF

GAMES: Golf (girls) at Bagley 2:00                                                 12:45 OK

            V/JV/JH Baseball vs. Ada in RLF 4:30/6:00                          3:05 to RLF

            Softball Playoff game in Fertile 4:00                                      2:00 OK

 

5/25   WEDNESDAY

Practice @ OKLEE: Softball                                                              pick up at 5:20

Practice @ PLUMMER: Track                                                           pick up at 5:40

GAME: V/JV Baseball vs. TRF in RLF 4:30                                    3:05 to RLF

 

5/26   THURSDAY (EARLY OUT)

GAMES: V/JV Baseball vs. Warroad in RLF 4:30                           3:05 to RLF

Track at Warren 2:00                                                              1:15 OK

            Softball Playoff game                                                             TBD

 

5/27   FRIDAY  (GRADUATION)             

No games, no practice

 

COST FOR WEST SUB-SECTION T&F MEET on Thursday in Warren is $8.00 for adults and $5.00 for students. Field events start at 2:00 pm, running events start at 3:00.

 

ATHLETIC TRAINER athletes please sign up in the office to see the trainer on Thursday

 

 

 

STUDENT NEWS

 

LIBRARY BOOKS need to be turned in before checkout on the last day

 

NEEDED Student Senators are needed for 12th grade next year. We need 3 people.

Student Senators are needed for 9th grade next year. We need 1 person.

See Mr. Huie for an application, applications are due by Wednesday at 8:30 am.

 

SELF-HARM COMMUNITY EVENT a free event will be held tomorrow at the Lincoln High School to discuss youth self-harm and learn about warning signs, treatment options and healthy alternatives to self-harm. Appetizers will be served at 5:00 during a social hour, and a panel discussion will be from 6-7:30.

 

RLCC GRADUATION will be in the high school gym on Friday, May 27th at 5:30 pm. Graduates need to be here by 4:15, family pictures can be taken on the school grounds between 4:50 and 5:15. Attendants need to be here at 4:30 to help with programs and greeting families.

 

LACE ‘EM UP basketball camp will be June 6-10 in RLF. Camp is $70 per person (family max of $100) if registering by May 22nd, forms are in the office. After May 22 the camp is $80 (family max of $120). Transportation may be provided if there is enough interest for $20 per person from Oklee and Plummer.

 

YEARBOOKS have been preordered and there are a limited number left. Personalization options are available in the online store only and is an extra fee. Order yours in the office or online at https://bit.ly/21-22_RLCC_Yearbook.

 

COVID TEST KITS are available to students in the office. If you have test kits at home, please check the expiration dates.

 

COVID INFO Students who need a test kit may stop in the office. Families also qualify for an additional 4 test kits by going to covidtests.gov For vaccination information and county case data from Inter-County Nursing Service, please visit https://www.intercountynursingservice.com/?page_id=1576

 

UPCOMING EVENTS         

May 26            Last Student Day

May 27            Graduation 5:30 pm

June 6-10         Lace ‘Em Up basketball camp

 

 


Contact: sgunderson@rlcc.k12.mn.us
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