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Vaping in school

Hello parents. We want to make you aware of an issue that has arisen, not just here, but on school campuses throughout Greenville, the state, and the country. Vaping resulted in three referrals for the entire year last year. We have had more than double that in just the last week. This is not limited to a few students, or groups. Many referrals have been issued to students who have never had a referral in their entire school life. The product that has been the main culprit in that increase is a vape called a JUUL.  As you can see in the below picture, these JUULs look much like a USB drive, not something that could be smoked, and they are incredibly easy to hide, emitting very little vapor when in use. These JUULs, as well as other vapes, use a nicotine oil and can have other substances added to them if the user desires. In the interest of student health and safety, and the increased use of vapes/e-cigarettes on campus, we will be increasing the penalty for the use or posession of vapes/e-cigarettes, oils, and accessories to a day of suspension for the first offense, two days for a second offense, and three days for the third offense. This new, harsher consequence will begin to be enforced beginning Monday, February 5. We have notified the students via announcements and sent out a phone message as well.

Bonds Career Center Application Now Open 2018-19

The 2018-2019 application to attend Bonds Career Center is NOW available  via the BACKPACK portal for students who wish to apply for enrollment (click on "Programs" once logged into Backpack). The application window will be open through March 29.  Program acceptance decisions will be available on April 20 in the Backpack system. Greenville County School District students must use their district username and password to access Backpack.   Grades, discipline, and attendance will be reviewed for each applicant. Acceptance is not based on first come, first served.  However, in the event that a course has more applicants than available seats, the date the student completed the application could be taken into consideration.  Homeschool, Private School, and out-of-district students will need to "sign up for an account" and follow the prompts to apply.  In-district students may link a personal email account and/or mobile phone number for text messaging by clicking the "gear" near the top right of the Backpack portal, and then click on the corresponding tabs.  Follow this link, to complete the application.   Backpack application instructions

RHS Cheerleading Summer Kiddie Camp 2018
The RHS Cheerleading Team will hold is Annual Summer Kidde Camp 2018 June 25-28, 2018 from 9 AM until 12 Noon in the RHS Gym for ages 4-12.  Click the Summer Kidde Camp 2018 link for the registraiton form.  For more information, contact Cindy Armstrong at 

Sirrine Scholarship is Now Open

Students may apply online for the $2,000 renewable Sirrine Scholarship by visiting their website. Once you are in the website, make sure to create an account by clicking on the link that says: Create a 2018-2019 Account. Students should not use their Greenville Schools e-mail for this account as they need an e-mail that will be active after graduation. The deadline to submit your application is April 15, 2018. 

Visit the Greenville County School's website for new and updated information on the scholarship.

Follow RHS School Counselors on Snapchat!

The RHS School Counselors are now on Snapchat! Following them @rhscounselor      

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Welcome to the Reservation

"A big WARRIOR WELCOME to Riverside High School on behalf of our students, staff, and parents!  High school can be a large adjustment for all.  We hope this guide helps each family make the transition as smooth as possible.  Never hesitate to contact us with questions.  We hope you have a great year on The Reservation!" Click here to review the Student Survival Guide.

Tribal Talks

Tribal TalksRiverside firmly believes in molding well-rounded students, which includes opportunities for activity and personal growth outside the classroom.   We hope all students, parents, faculty, alumni, and friends can use the following information to become involved on The Reservation.  Click here to find a list of activities, groups, and events with brief group information, contacts, and a primary place for you to look for updates