As the seniors will leave along with other students for various reasons, new students will take their place. RHS students and staff share advice they’d give to new and upcoming students.
Freshman Matthew Elzemeyer
Try to get enough sleep each day, and most importantly before a test. Manage your time and get your homework done and on time. It is very helpful to take classes over the summer like PE or health. Stay organized. It’s going to be stressful, but just keep working and getting your work done.
Sophomore Luz Martinez
Focus on your work, and it’s better to have a small group, rather than bigger because you’ll get distracted. You’ll fail on some things, but having a small group can help you with so many things.
Junior Jordin Rosser
It’s really easy to procrastinate and think that you can just get the credit next year. Especially since we have credit recovery, and teachers that don’t have the most strict due dates, but man, just do the work. It’s really difficult sometimes, and motivation is hard to come by. But if you’re going to do something anyway, you might as well do it right, so you don’t have to waste time to g...
Senior Josiah Sizemore
Get out, don’t be shy, get out of your comfort zone, stay on top of your work, and don’t take anything for granted. Make this the best four years of your life.
Spanish teacher Johnnie Daniels
Please do your class work
Math teacher Frank Brattain
I think the best advice that I could give would be to establish a relationship with your teachers early on. Make it a positive one and build on that, Because no learning exists without a positive relationship.