Scots Scoop (Daily Bulletin)
March 13, 2020
Herff Jones will be here for FINAL cap and gown orders Tuesday, March 24th. You can find them in the rotunda at lunchtime. This will be the last time you will be able to order your cap and gown. The cost is $32.
The cafeteria is serving Hawaiian Pizza, Chicken Drumstick and Spaghetti today.
Science Olympiads teams, due to the coronavirus out-break and the desire to keep students safe, the Inland Empire Science Olympiad competition scheduled for this Saturday has been cancelled. Thank you for all your hard work in preparation for this event.
Need something festive to wear on St. Patrick’s Day? Or a gift for a friend? Purchase a St. Patty’s button from Drama Club at lunch today and Monday! $2 each!
If you are taking the SAT tomorrow, please make sure you bring the following: registration ticket and photo ID (you cannot be admitted if you do not have both), no. 2 pencils, erasers, calculator, water and snacks.
The last Dream It, Be It event will be held on Early Dismissal day, Wednesday, March 25th., 11:30-2:00 pm in room #101. Please be sure to attend as we are planning our end of year celebration.
It's that time of year! Interested in Cheering or being the Lachlan next year? Tryout Clinics for the 20-21 RHS cheer team and mascot are March 23rd-26th in the Old Gym with tryouts on March 27th in the New Gym. Tryout packets are available in the Athletic Director's office. Pick yours up today!
Attention students who are applying for next year's AP Language and AP Literature. There will be an entrance exam on Wednesday, April 1st, in the library after school. If you are away due to sports or anything else that is excusable, you will need to make arrangements with Mrs. Marsh to take the exam at a later date. No other exceptions will be allowed.
The Rotary Four-Way Test Speech Contest will be on March 21, April 1st and 2nd, in Lake Arrowhead at noon, 6:30 am, or in Crestline at 6:30 am. See Ms. Frannie for details, rules, and information to sign up. Entries close on March 26th so don't miss out.
Come to the College and Career Center to pick up scholarship applications from our local clubs, businesses, organizations, and community members that want to help our students pursue their future by giving money toward their education/training. It is not just for the 4.0 student to go to a big university. There are scholarships for everyone.
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