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

MUSTANG MESSAGE

 

SUMMER OFFICE HOURS The office will be open Monday-Thursday for the summer from 6:00 - 4:00.

SUMMER MEALS Did your child participate in free or reduced-price school meals? Because schools are closed, a new program can help provide a food benefit, take a moment to apply for P-EBT. Apply today at www.mn.p-ebt.org

BEHIND THE WHEEL has resumed. Rhonda Vettleson will be in touch for scheduling and everyone will be required to wear a mask. You need to let Mrs. Vettleson know when you get your permit so she can get you scheduled to drive.

YEARBOOKS can be purchased in advance for $40 each. Please mail check to RLCC HS Annual, PO Box 100, Oklee, MN  56742

BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYERS please join the RLC REBELS Boys Basketball Google Classroom using code ratdxxu. This will let you join the Google Classroom to find the posted workouts for this summer and other information for summer basketball. Please email Coach Huie if you have any questions at

STUDENT SENTATE MEMBERS for school year 20-21 are Karena Melby (President), Kia Bachand (Vice President), Cari Bachand (Secretary), Taya Morinville (Treasurer) and Senators Adriel Bakken, Tristyn Ferguson, Emily Kolstoe, Janae Olson (seniors); Madeline Inda-Valdez, Marissa Schiebe, Bailey Sherman (juniors); Shawna Majeres, Aurora Mitzner, Aurimy Olson (sophomores); Sydney Fougner, Keira Morinville, Maverick Nelson (freshmen); Guy Bergeson, Hunter Dudycha, and Luke Peterson (8th grade). Congratulations to you all!

COVID-19 AND MENTAL HEALTH - 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.


 

Camp in a box, is a series of virtual camps, free (for a limited time) to northwest Minnesota registrants so I am hopeful that you can help me get the word out and engage our youth in Polk and surrounding 11 counties.

These virtual camps are being delivered by UMN Extension Youth Development 4H. Youth do not need to be members of 4H to participate.  The camps will take place the week of July 27-31.  Once youth register for “camp in a box” a kit will be mailed to each registrant.

Who: Youth, grades K-2, 3-5, 6+
What: Camp in a box
Where: northwest Minnesota

Why: 4H in Your Backyard

How: Virtual, FREE

When: July 27-31

 

Right now the effort is called “Camp in a Box”, that could change to 4H in your Backyard but either way this is a free, first come, first served, virtual camp for youth and families in Minnesota. 

Camp in a Box signup starts today on the Minnesota Monday website.

Again, there is a limit on how many youth can be in each virtual camp, thus my request for your assistance on signup as soon as possible through June 24th. First come, first served when the registration reaches 60 and 120 respectively per camp we will close registration. This is a very brief note, lots of details so if you have questions please don’t hesitate to call me: 218 281 8369 or email mchristo@umn.edu

 

Minnesota Monday is a collaboration between the University of Minnesota Extension Youth Development 4H, the UMN Crookston’s Office of Outreach & Engagement together with resources from Minnesota Ag In the Classroom. Each week a virtual, 15 minute, on-demand series touches on regional, agricultural-based content sharing basic concepts in science, agriculture, nutrition.  Youth & families don't let being at home stop you from exploring and discovering. Check out these hands-on, brief sessions to learn about soil, pollinators, gardening, or deepen your commitment to your community and nature.

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Grades K - 2 - “Birds, bugs, and nature!”

Campers will receive birdseed to learn about our feathered friends, paint rocks and share messages with others to brighten their day, learn about bugs and go on a nature scavenger hunt to learn more about plants and animals.

 

Grade 3 - 5 - “The Wonderful World of Plants”

Get your mind growing as you learn about plants and the incredible power of the sun.  Learn how plants grow from tiny seeds to beautiful flowers or enormous trees, and learn about some of the great things that plants give us that we rely on every day!

 

Grades 6+ - “Where in the wilderness where we go?”

With so much nature to explore, let the adventure begin! Campers will dig deeper in their learning by exploring the outdoors in their neighborhood as well as diving deeper into things like what owls eat, what makes an ecosystem, and a virtual field trip to the Appalachian Mountain Range in Virginia with our very own forest ranger guide. 

 

 


Contact: sgunderson@rlcc.k12.mn.us