|****HAPPENINGS FOR TODAY****|
Reminder - AP Chemistry students should report to their testing locations first thing this morning. If you don't know your testing location, please stop down to the Guidance Office for assistance.
Students that missed AP Pre-Administration Gridding will received a pass to report to the Career Center, room 140, Block 4 for make-ups. This is required prior to taking your AP exams. Any questions, stop by Guidance.
Attention Seniors who will be attending Brookdale Community College in the fall: There will be an important meeting on TODAY during Mod 1 in the Media Center. Please come to Guidance for a pass if you did not receive one from your 1st block teacher.
SENIORS - If you are an Eagle Scout, please report to Guidance.
The Media Center is closed during Study Halls this week due to testing.
ATTENTION all Bakers and Competitors! The FCCLA Cupcake Challenge will take place on TUES, MAY 2. Sign-up is in room 147 with Mrs. Eads. Choose your favorite cupcake category: Children, Holiday/Seasonal, RBR, or Tropical. Individual and groups are welcome!
RBRHS Guidance Office encourages students and parents grades 9-12 to attend the Making College Affordable Financial Aid presentations on THURS, MAY 4 at 7pm in the RBR auditorium. Mr. Ed Zamora, former Financial Aid Director at Fairleigh Dickenson Un will offer his experience and insights in the tricky financial aid game.
Need help paying for college this fall? Scholarships are the answer! RBR continues to add local and national scholarships for seniors through Family Connection (Naviance). If you need help accessing this site, please contact the Guidance Office. Scholarships with approaching deadlines are also now posted outside Guidance and paper copies are available in the office, for additional information contact Ms. McLaughlin in Guidance.
The average person will spend 16 months of their life doing this.
What is it?
A. Sitting in traffic B. Deciding what to watch on TV
C. Answering text messages
ANSWER IN THE PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE
NO GOOGLING ALLOWED!!!
The answer to Friday's trivia: According to a recent survey, the majority of people said an alarm clock is necessity, but about 20% of people said they don't have one in their home.