Michelle Murphy, Superintendent, Rim of the World Unified School District
Deborah Messina, Specialist in Child Welfare and Attendance, is working closely with the Mountain Homeless Coalition and the Girl Scouts to provide snacks and Thanksgiving meal bags to our families. Each meal bag will have about 10 items in it to assist families over the Holiday. We are excited to give back to a few of our families in this way.
Also, attached is a flyer with the Spring semester line-up of Valley College course offerings at Rim High School. These courses start in mid-January and are open to anyone in the community.
In addition, the flyer has information regarding the Super Saturday (November 16th) in the library at Rim High School. On that day, Valley College counselors, admissions and financial aid staff will be at Rim High School to assist people in registering with Valley College, preparing an academic plan and applying for financial aid.
In efforts to get the word out to our communities that Valley College courses are now offered on Rim High School’s campus, please share this flyer and information.