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|10/9||Professional Development Week Ends|
|Candy Drive Week Ends|
|Varsity Football vs Blue Ridge|
|10/10||Cheerleaders at Spartanburg HS Invitational|
|10/12||Girls' Golf at Region Tournament|
|Girls' Tennis vs Eastside|
|10/13||Volleyball vs Eastside|
|D-Team Football at Southside|
|Girls' Tennis vs Berea|
|Volleyball vs Berea|
|10/15||JV Football at Emerald|
|Varsity Football vs Emerald|
|10/17||Cross Country at Region Championship|
|Cheerleaders at Ram Upstate Invitational|
|10/19||Girls' Golf at Upperstate Tournament|
|10/20||D-Team Football at Blue Ridge|
|NWMS Choral Concert|
|10/22||End 1st Quarter|
|JV Football vs Eastside|
|NWMS Band Concert|
|10/23||College Application Day|
|Varsity Football at Eastside|
|10/24||Cheerleaders at Dorman Cavalier Cheer Classic|
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NHS would like to thank the TRHS student body for all your contributions! You are helping make our Fall Festival successful. The competition ends at 4 p.m. today. Due to safety concerns, we will be unable to accept candy that is not bagged.
The Lady Devildog Golf team defeated Pickens on Oct. 6th with a score of TR-160 and Pickens-177. Their current record is 10 wins and 0 losses. The ladies will defend their region championship title at the Region Tournament on October 13th at 9:00 am. The tournament will be held at the Links O' Tryon. Come out and support your Lady Devildogs!
Senior recognition adds for the yearbook are due by November 13. Please contact yearbook adviser Carolyn Sutton with any questions: email@example.com. Checks for senior ads should be made out to TRHS.
Congratulations to the cross country teams for winning both the girls and boys' meets yesterday at Southside. They defeated Southside, Chapman, Berea, and Laurens. Kara Golden, Mia Koppari, Parker Thieme, and Riley Augustine finished top five overall. Other top TR boy finishers were Toby Foster, Adam Smith, Patrick Koppari, Blake Reynolds, and Josh Kemp. Other top TR girl finishers were Carola Boswell Brown, Sophie Nauta, Makenna Johnson, Anna Reynolds, and Kathryn Ableman.
Nearly 90% of plastic water bottles are not recycled, instead taking thousands of years to decompose. Buy a reusable container and fill it with tap water, a great choice for the environment, your wallet, and possibly your health. The EPA's standards for tap water are more stringent than the FDA's standards for bottled water.
The Candy Drive is this week! Students, bring in wrapped candy to the teacher of your choice October 5-9. The teacher that raises the most candy will win an ice cream party for all his or her students. These donations will be for the NHS Fall Festival.
For Sophomores and Juniors taking the PSAT in October, Kaplan Test Prep will be hosting free online PSAT Cram Sessions to help them prepare for the upcoming New PSAT. Sessions will be offered from now through October 25. To sign up for a Cram Session today, please visit kaptest.com/psatcram. Space is limited.
Beginning with the Class of 2015, students will no longer be required to pass the state’s high school exit exam to earn a South Carolina diploma. Also, students in the Classes of 1990 through 2014, who met all graduation requirements except passing the exit exam, may petition for a diploma.
The Travelers Rest High School community believes that the high school program should prepare every student to live and compete in a global society, setting academic standards within a curriculum appropriate for each student, and provide a learning climate of order, safety, respect, and purpose.
We exist to educate students both academically and socially so that they become responsible citizens of our local and global community.
The faculty and staff see Travelers Rest High School not as an end but as a beginning of a journey toward enlightenment.
(10/6/2015 / TRHS Webmaster)
Travelers Rest High School once again earned a high honor with its yearbook program. The 2015 edition of The Traveler was given a rating of "Honor" by the South Carolina Scholastic Press Association Monday.This is the third year in a row that The Traveler has earned a distinguished evaluation by the South Carolina Scholastic Press Association. The 2013 edition of The Traveler earned a "Superior" rating, while the 2014 edition earned an "Honor" rating.
The Traveler was going to be honored at the Annual South Carolina Scholastic Press Association Fall Conference at The University of South Carolina; however, due to the inclement weather from the weekend, the conference was postponed.
(10/3/2015 / GreenvilleOnline.com)
The Peach Blossom AAA Region game between Travelers Rest and Southside (5-1, 2-1) began early due to inclement weather Friday night, but the Tigers didn’t show up to play until the second half.
Southside (5-1, 2-1) overcame its slow start and forced five second-half turnovers as it scored 21 consecutive points to win 21-14.
Travelers Rest (3-3, 0-3) opened the scoring with a touchdown pass from Dylan Scrugg to Bo McKinley. Devildogs senior tailback Xavier Terry, who entered the game with 970 yards rushing and 14 touchdowns, was kept quiet in the opening quarter. Terry began the second quarter with a 19-yard touchdown run up the middle. Click here for full story at GreenvilleOnline.com
(10/1/2015 / TRHS Webmaster)
The Lady Devildog tennis team hosted Southside on Wednesday in a match to determine which team would remain unbeaten in region play. The visitors took control early and led early in all four of the opening singles matches. The Lady Devildogs top two seeds, Zayn DeAndrade and Emma Reaney, lost their matches in straight sets. Number three seed Ceara Dias lost her opening set but came back to win the second and won the match on a third set tiebreak. Number four Bethany Tankersley won her match winning both the first and second set tiebreakers. Lydia Burgess won the number five seed match in straight sets and the number two doubles team of Addie Townsend and Bella Powell also won in straight sets giving the Lady Devildogs the 4-2 win overall. The Lady Devildogs are unbeaten in region play and in first place. They will be on the road next week playing at Blue Ridge and Emerald.
(9/25/2015 / TRHS Webmaster)
The Devildogs hosted third ranked Greer on a rainy Friday evening. The game was Fox Carolina's Game of the Week as well. The rain slowed down both offenses as they battled for field position in the first quarter. A blocked punt set up Greer but the Devildog defense forced a punt which pinned the Devildogs inside the one yard line. A penalty gave the Devildogs a little breathing room but Greer was able to put together a drive and score with 1:38 left in the first quarter. Jason Dilworth took the Yellowjacket kickoff at the five yard line and returned it 88 yards to the Greer 7 yard line. Three plays later Zay Terry scored on a one yard dive and the game was tied at 7.
The second quarter was much like the first with both defenses holding the offenses in check. Greer missed a field goal on one drive and the Devildogs recovered a fumble on another trip deep into Devildog territory. Greer took over again late in the second quarter and played conservatively with running plays. With 10 seconds to go in the half Greer ran up the middle and scored from the 43 yard line and led 13-7 at the half.
During halftime the TR Youth Association cheerleaders and football players were recognized.After the halftime, Greer lived up to their ranking in the third quarter scoring twice to take a 28-7 lead. Gomia broke a run late in the quarter to the three yard line as the quarter ended. The Devildogs scored as Zay Terry took it in from the 3 and trailed 28-13. Greer scored twice in the fourth quarter and remain undefeated with the 41-13 win. The Devildogs will travel to Southside next week.
Alive at 25 is an early intervention program developed by the National Safety Council to prevent traffic violations, collisions, and fatalities. It is a 4 ½ hour defensive driving course that addresses the dangers of speeding, failure to use seatbelts, using cell phones while driving, eating while driving, driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs, and more. It focuses on the behaviors that young drivers exhibit behind the wheel, and allows the student to recognize the consequences of those actions. Completion of the program is required for any student that parks on campus.
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Greenville County Schools' Parent Portal is an online gateway for parents to information about their child's education.
Parents must have an access ID and password to obtain their children’s school information. Because this information is sensitive, parents must pick up the access ID and password in person at their child’s school and show proper identification. The school will not email, mail or provide the information over the phone.
For more information see the Parent's Page
TRHS Grade Posting Policy
All grades for your student will be posted within seven (7) calendar days from the date the assignment/assessment is collected. Major projects and lengthy term papers will have grades posted within fourteen (14) calendar days of collecting the assignment.