Every moment turns into memories. Every year is full of memories, good and bad. RHS students and staff share their favorite memory from this school year.
Freshman Aiden Snedigar
Snowball has been the best memory of this school year for me. I got to spend most of the day with all my friends and besides that, I had a lot of fun at the dance. This has also been one of the most memorable moments of high school so far for me because of all the people I spent the day with and it was just a lot of fun.
Sophomore Coral Gregory
My favorite memory has been participating in extracurricular activities such as Devilettes, swim, and yearbook. Being in those family environments had encouraged me to keep going even when school has become more than I could handle. I’ve never felt like I didn’t have someone in one of those groups, whether it be the coach or another teammate, to turn for help or simply to take my mind off thin...
Junior Jakob Marcum
I’d say with my friends, but actually, it’d probably be meeting Calli [my girlfriend].
Senior Brice Brown
[my favorite memory was] homecoming week hands down. Olivia and I prepared for a whole week by practicing our routine because I was tired. We got so much closer than I think we ever would have. Our car broke down after the first block of the parade and we joined Tre and Justice. My homecoming date turned into the freaking homecoming queen. The entire experience was stress-free and it was awesome to have a re...
PE teacher Tony Lewis
Favorite memory from this school year would have to be the improvement of all the students in my conditioning class in terms of their 3 core lifts.
Principal Rae Wooply
There are so many memories for me every year, to pick a favorite, oh my gosh. One of my favorite memories is when all of our seniors went to the Cope center to show the community that we believe in service to our community