Fri. May 12 – All RHPCS Library materials are due. Help us keep our valuable library resources available for all to use by returning to our library any items your child has checked out, and/or pay for lost or damaged items. / 5th grade Civil War History field trip to Eagle Island. / 4th grade field trip to Wagons Ho! At Veterans Park.
Mon. May 15 – Flags at half-staff for Peace Officers Memorial Day
Tues & Wed. May 16 & 17 – Spring Program “Fund-A-Need Free Dress Day” Pass valid on May 16 and/or 17. Didn’t buy a pass during the Spring Program? It’s not too late to support the PFA’s Fund-A-Need campaign by buying your student a free dress day for 5/16. Pre-purchase your Free Dress Day pass by Monday, May 15 by bringing in to the front office $5 per pass, cash or check payable to RHPCS PFA.
Tues. May 16 – Last Day of RHPCS Chess Club. / RHPCS is Polling Place for Consolidated Taxing District Election.
Wed. May 17 – Last Day of RHPCS Homework Club.
Thurs. May 18 – RHPCS Regular May School Board Meeting and Annual Budget Hearing Opens at 5:30 p.m. in school café. All are invited and encouraged to attend. / 2nd Grade Field Trip to Foothills Learning Center and Camelsback Park. / 3rd Grade Heritage Celebration in RHPCS Gym at 1:00 p.m.
Fri. May 19 – May Citizen of the Month Assemblies, Character Focus: Respect, Kinder – 4th at 8:30 a.m., Grades 5-8 at 9:00 a.m. / RHPCS Yearbooks Distributed. Didn’t pre-order? While supplies last, yearbooks will be available for purchase at the school office for $25.00, exact cash or checks payable to RHPCS.
Fri. May 19 – “Happy Campers” RHPCS Year End Music Program & Volunteer Appreciation Assembly at 1:30 p.m. in the gym. Parents and families are encouraged to attend to hear samples of the music our students have been learning throughout the year and as we celebrate our incredible volunteers. Volunteers are invited to join us after the program for a Volunteer Appreciation reception in the Café.
Sat. May 20 - 5th Grade Service Learning Project Finale – JDRF One Walk at Kleiner Park in Meridian. Meet Mr. Pratt & Mrs. Freed at 9:30. All Rolling Hills’ students and families are invited to walk with the RHPCS team. JDRF One Walk® has a single goal: creating a world without type 1 diabetes (T1D). We hope you'll join us this year as the RHPCS 5th grade class walks and raises money for life-changing research for the millions affected by this devastating disease. / Middle School student field trip to Special Olympics, bus loads at RHPCS at 7:00 a.m.
Mon.-Fri. May 22-26 – Scholastic BOGO Bookfair at RHPCS. A great way to stock up for summer reading – all items are Buy 1 – Get 1 free. Volunteers are needed for this event, contact Teri Cooper at email@example.com to find out more about volunteer opportunities for this fun and exciting event that our students love!
Wed. May 24 – Year end report card will be sent home with students.
Thurs. May 25 – Kindergarten promotion ceremony and celebration, 10 a.m. / All School Award Assembly at 1 p.m. in RHPCS Gym / 8th Grade Graduation Ceremony at 5:30 p.m. in RHPCS Gym, followed by 8th grade student celebration outing (watch for more details to come).
Fri. May 26 – Field Day and Last Day of School, 12:00 p.m. dismissal, no lunch served. Volunteers and donation items are needed for Field Day activities, contact your child’s teacher by email to find out more about volunteer opportunities for this fun and exciting event that our students love!
SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES AT RHPCS
Camp Invention Summer Camp at Rolling Hills, June 26-30, 2017 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. For children entering Kinder – 6th grades. Innovation, creative problem-solving and teamwork are important at Camp Invention. Young innovators will spend their time: brainstorming, exploring, constructing and personalizing, and discovering. Great curriculum will be led by experienced local educators and is full of exciting activities and take-home items to keep the fun going all year long. Cost: $235 For more information visit campinvention.org Pre-registration is required. Space is limited so register today at https://inventnow-web.ungerboeck.com/programsearch/moreinfo.aspx?event=18298
Back Gate Studio’s Summer Art Camp at Rolling Hills, July 17-21, 2017 9:30 a.m – 12:00 p.m. For children ages 6- 14. Experience: drawing, watercolor, acrylic on canvas, food art, collage, print making, sidewalk chalk art, and textile art. Children will develop their creative skills, learn new techniques, build self-esteem, and stimulate their imaginations as they express themselves through art. Cost: $165 includes all materials and instruction. Pre-registration is required, space is limited. For more information and to register, contact Barbara Balkin at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 818-489-2272. https://www.facebook.com/BackGateStudioBoise/app/195646697137509/
2017 RHPCS Extended School Year (ESY), by invitation, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., Monday –Thursday on the following weeks: June 12-15, June 19-22, July 10-13, July 17-20. For more information, contact Phil Schoensee at email@example.com.
Summer Food Service Programs - Since hunger doesn't take a summer vacation, a variety of local programs help fill the hunger gap. Watch for information to come about area locations that will provide healthy meals and/or snacks to youth throughout the summer months. A few online resources to reference as summer draws nearer include: