The first report card will be issued October 16, 2014.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade Checklist Report Card will be issued Monday, October 20, 2014.
Yearbooks from last school year are still for sale at the reduced price of $40. 2014-15 Yearbook pre-orders start in November. For more information please see Mrs. Venessa Cooley or call the High School library at 601-788-6803.
PTO Meeting and Body Walk
The PTO Meeting will be Thursday, October 16, 2014 in the Cafeteria at 6:00 pm. The Body Walk will also be Thursday, October 16.
The book fair will be open Thursday, October 16, 2014 immediately following the PTO meeting for parents and family in the High School Auditorium.
October 4–Groovin’ in the Grove marching Contest (Hattiesburg, MS)
October 11–Region V Marching Evaluation (Gulfport, MS)
C Studio will be here for picture retake/makeup Thursday, October 16, 2014.
Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
Bet it known:
The royal Scholastic Book Fair is COMING SOON!
10/14-10/17 2014 (Preview 10/10/2014)
Enter the Kingdom of Books!
Volunteers & Shoppers Wanted!!!
Click here to check out our Book Fair Website
This is an event that is not to be missed. MSU Extension Services presents The OrganWise Guys in The Body Walk. This is a 40 ft by 40 ft enclosed walk through exhibit representing the human body and it’s functions. The students will enter the “body” first through a giant ear where they will learn of the brain waves and the functions of the brain followed by 9 more stations all representing major functions of the body before leaving the “body” through a cut in the skin. Besides the students gaining knowledge of the functions of the body this will also encourage healthy lifestyles as well as good nutritional choices and encourage an increase in physical activity for the benefit of their health. There is a major need for volunteers in order to make this a complete success. We need volunteers for a couple of hours Oct 16, for set up and again for the walk through and breakdown on Oct 17. If you are able to volunteer for any amount of time please contact Cassie Cochran at 601-606-3250 or email RichtonPTO@gmail.com. All help is needed and appreciated from both men and women.
Dress Up Days
- August 22nd – War Week
- August 29th – Super Hero Day
- September 5th – Sports Logo Day
- September 12th- Concentration Day
- September 19th – Sunday’s Best
- September 26th – Nerd Day
- October 3rd – Go Pink (Breast Cancer Awareness)
- October 10th – Spirit Day
- October 17th – Jersey/Hat Day
October 24th – Homecoming Week:
- “Merica” Monday
- “Twin” Tuesday
- “Way Back” Wednesday
- “Theater” Thursday
- “50’s” Friday
October 31st – Color Day
- Seniors: Red
- Juniors: Blue
- Sophomores: Pink
- Freshman: Yellow
- 8th Grade: Orange
- 7th Grade: Green
- 6th Grade: Charcoal Gray
- 5th Grade: Red
- 4th Grade: Royal Blue
- 3rd Grade: Yellow
- 2nd Grade: Sapphire
- 1st Grade: Orange
- Kindergarten: Lime Green
We encourage all students to participate and show your school spirit.
2014 Richton High School Football Schedule
The Mississippi House of Representatives and the Senate voted today to repeal a provision in Senate Bill 2571 that would have changed the compulsory school age date from Sept. 1 to Aug. 1. Based on today’s vote, the Sept. 1 date will remain in effect. The bill is on its way to the governor’s office. The legislation will be effective from and after passage.
We are asking for all parents to please visit the MDE website (click here) for ideas on what to expect for next year’s common core student needs. It provides helpful information about common core and gives grade by grade information for English/Language Arts as well as Math. There are also videos to watch on the MDE college and career standards web page.
News from The Parents’ Campaign
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Mississippi Ranks 13th in Achievement Growth
A recent Harvard study ranked Mississippi 13th in the nation in improvement in student achievement. The study found that Mississippi’s national test scores improved at an annual rate of 2.54% compared to the U.S. average of 1.6%.
Top-performing countries have improved even more rapidly. See what they do that we don’t and how we can achieve similar results.
Final status of education bills The Parents’ Campaign followed in the 2013 session: