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



Friday, January 22, 2021                                                                                Choir Day



LUNCH Chili with corn muffins, fruit, vegetable, milk


BREAKFAST MONDAY Ham and cheese croissant, fruit, juice, milk


LUNCH MONDAY Pulled pork or BBQ chicken, fruit, vegetable, milk



1/22   FRIDAY (GBB, Wrestling and JH BBB photos taken today at practice)

Practice @ OKLEE: JH GBB, V/JV BBB, WR, 1-Act, speech        pick up at 5:20

Practice @ PLUMMER: V/JV GBB                                                  pick up at 5:40

Practice @ RLF: JH BBB (hall)                                                         3:05 to RLF


1/25   MONDAY

Practice @ OKLEE: V/JV BBB, wrestling, speech, 1-Act                pick up at 5:20

Practice @ PLUMMER: V/JV GBB                                                  pick up at 5:40

Practice @ RLF: JH BBB (hall)                                                         3:05 to RLF

GAMES: JH GBB at Fosston (elem) - 7th at 4:30/8th at 5:30            3:15 OK


1/26   TUESDAY

Practice @ OKLEE: Wrestling, speech                                              pick up at 5:20

Practice @ PLUMMER: V/JV BBB                                                  pick up at 5:40

GAMES: JH BBB at Fosston (elem) - 7th at 4:30/8th at 5:30             TBD

            JH GBB at Warren - 7th at 5:00/8th at 6:00                             3:10 OK

V/JV GBB vs. Fosston in Oklee - 6:00 JV


REBEL BASKETBALL RESULTS Both 7th and 8th grade beat Clearbrook in Plummer last night, and JV defeated KCC 57-20 and the Varsity won 76-34 on Tuesday


ACTIVITY FEES DUE: Knowledge bowl, speech and 1-act fees are $25.


ATHLETIC TRAINER is in on Thursdays for athletes, sign up in the office to see her.


REBEL CLOTHING ORDER is open to all, order deadline is January 29th at the following link: https://mandrillapp.com/track/click/30837889/www.bsnteamsports.com?p=eyJzIjoidUREWFF2WllHZU1hbEhTaXF4MkVEM1p5MFgwIiwidiI6MSwicCI6IntcInVcIjozMDgzNzg4OSxcInZcIjoxLFwidXJsXCI6XCJodHRwczpcXFwvXFxcL3d3dy5ic250ZWFtc3BvcnRzLmNvbVxcXC9zaG9wXFxcL1JMQ1JFQkVMMjFcIixcImlkXCI6XCI1ZjQ2YmQxMWMwYzI0MzliODdiZGQ5ZTZiNmIyYTZhYVwiLFwidXJsX2lkc1wiOltcIjk2NDgxMTg1NDI2Y2ZlOGU5YzllYjc4MjUxZWJmNDcyMWZhMjllYmRcIl19In0







SNOWMOBILE SAFETY COURSE: Oklee Moonlighters will host snowmobile safety training tomorrow in the school library. Visit snowmobilecourse.com to complete your online portion. Contact Shelly Flatgard to sign up or with any questions at 218-686-8627


WEDNESDAY EARLY OUTS will follow whatever learning model we are in at the time for as long as the Governor's State of Emergency orders last. More info on the school website or Facebook page.


SENIOR PHOTO for the wall composite and yearbook deadline is January 29th, please send to yearbook@rlcc.k12.mn.us and see student handbook pg. 12 for photo specifications. When sending more than one photo please specify which one you want for the wall composite and which one in the annual. You can also send in baby photos at this time for the graduation video.


MENTAL HEALTH resources for crisis, general mental health and covid specific needs can be found on the RLCC website at https://www.rlcc2906.org/page/3167 If you are experiencing overwhelming anxiety at this time, you can call the mobile crisis line at 800-282-5005 or text MN to 741741. Don't be afraid to reach out for help, you are not alone. There is also a parent line in the afternoons you can access at this 800 number.


UPDATED GUIDELINES: Minnesota has adopted CDC recommendations for shorter quarantines after potential exposure to COVID­19. It is still safest to wait 14 days to see if you contract the virus, but under certain conditions Minnesotans can end their quarantine in 7 to 10 days. If you haven’t tested positive, have no symptoms, and continue to monitor for symptoms for 14 days, your quarantine can be shortened to 10 days. If you also test negative after 5 days, you can shorten your quarantine to 7 days. If your exposure is to someone in your household, if you’re a health care worker, or you have symptoms, you should still quarantine for the full 14 days. Our guidance for what to do after a positive test hasn't changed: If you have symptoms, isolate until you feel better, it has been 10 days since you first felt sick, and you haven't had a fever for 24 hours. If you have no symptoms stay home for at least 10 days after your test.


TRAVEL ADVISORY Persons arriving in Minnesota from other states or countries, including returning Minnesota residents, are strongly encouraged to practice self-quarantine for 14 days after arrival by limiting their interactions to their immediate household. This recommendation does not apply to individuals who must cross state or country borders for work, study, medical care, or personal safety and security. Students returning home for school breaks are strongly encouraged to follow the recommendations available at MDH’s Institutes of Higher Education website (https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/schools/ihe.html).



Jan 22              End of Quarter 2 – FULL STUDENT DAY

Jan 23              Snowmobile Safety

Jan 26              ASVAB (rescheduled)

Feb 1               Student Senate recycles (8th/10th/11th grades)


Contact: sgunderson@rlcc.k12.mn.us