Jacob Summerville signs a tennis scholarship with Montreat College.
Back Row (Left to Right)
Faith Cheeks, Tanner Mehrkens, Callie McDonald, Dr. Hunter, Logan Brookshire, Savanah Hudson, Shelby Womack
Front Row (Left to Right)
Elizabeth Arencibia, Holly Robinson, Kensley Ramirez, Axle Garcia
Please click here for the Parent Title I Survey for Rockmart High School.
Please join the RHS Thespians as they present "Into the Woods" at the Rockmart Theatre on Friday, April 29, and Saturday, April 30 at 7:00. Tickets are $5 for students and $7 for adults. Don't miss this lively musical featuring some of the best talent at RHS!
The iPad insurance fee will be $35. Insurance sale dates will be announced soon. Students who purchase insurance on their school iPads will be able to take the iPads home over Summer Break. We will be checking every iPad before the end of the school year. Students must have their iPads with them to be checked when insurance is purchased.
Please click here for the insurance form.
Saturday, April 16th and 23rd – AP Biology Review 8:30-11:30
May 9th /Monday – Biology – 3:45- 5:45
May 10th/ Tuesday – Biology – 3:45-5:45
May 10th/Tuesday – Physical Science – 3:45-5:45
May 11th / Wed. – Physical Science – 3:45-5:45
May 11th/ Wed. – Econ. – 5:00-7:00
May 17th/Tues. – Alg.1 4-6
May 17th/ Tues. – Anal. Geom. 6-8
Congratulations to our 2016 Prom King and Queen, Griffin Earwood and Aliyah McBryde.
Our 2016 Valedictorian is Savanah Hudson.
Our 2016 Salutatorian is Logan Brookshire.
Congratulations to our Top 5 Seniors!
Savanah Hudson, Logan Brookshire, Kensley Ramirez, Shelby Womack, Axle Garcia
Draven Smith signs a wrestling scholarship with Brewton-Parker!
RHS will be doing physicals here at the school on May 2nd from 5:30 - 8:30. The cost will be $10.00, and they will be good for the entire 2016-2017 school year.
Congratulations to Brook Thompson, our 2016 Miss Yellow Jacket pageant winner!
(more pictures soon)
Senior Ashton Schuyler signs with Hiawassee College for a soccer scholarship.
Congratulations to Kalisha Printup and Clara Delgado, who were selected for the Rome News Tribune All Star team. Way to go, girls!
We are pleased to announce the installation of a new PSD Content Filter for our internet. We will be able to track and document inappropriate use of the internet. This will be accomplished whether this is a school device or a personal device. Be aware that deleting data on these devices will not delete data from the content filter. This will be done in real time as well as storing this data. Inappropriate use of the PSD internet will result in severe consequences beginning immediately.
The link below contains two new brochures designed to help parents understand the Individual Student Reports for the Georgia Milestones. These resources are the ‘Parent’s Guide to EOG Score Report’ and ‘Parent’s Guide to EOC Score Report.
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Are you planning to take the SAT or the ACT? We have a limited number of study guides available for check out in the RHS media center. You can also practice SAT and ACT questions on USA Test Prep (See Dr. Lumpkin in the media center if you have forgotten your password).
Miss Alliyah McBryde was crowned the RHS 2015-2016 Homecoming Queen. Alliyah is shown below with RHS principal, Mr. Wesley Cupp.
Congratulations to Ms. Tia Ware, the RHS Teacher of the Year!
Remember that you must have a Certificate of Enrollment when you go to get your Learner's License. When you go to get your Driver's License, you must have both a Certificate of Enrollment and an ADAP form. These forms are available in the main office from Mrs. Gamel, but there is a 24 hour turnaround time to prepare them. Please make sure that you request these forms in plenty of time before your appointment. Make sure that you plan ahead around school holidays.
Parents: Please make sure to set up a PowerSchool account to check your child's grades and attendance. You can pick up user ID information in the main office.
Click here for a instructions on how to set up the PowerSchool parent account.
Students are expected to be on time to school and to class. Students are allowed three tardies per school year. (There is no distinction between a tardy to school or a tardy to class – they are viewed the same.) Upon the fourth tardy and each tardy thereafter, the student will receive detention (morning, lunch, or afternoon). Should the student accumulate 8 tardies, he/she will receive 1 day of ISS.
Parents: Due to the traffic concerns, there will be no student check outs through the main office after 2:45 each day. Please keep this new policy in mind when scheduling after school appointments.