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  • Homecoming week is here! Show your school spirit by dressing for spirit week. The themes for the week are:
  • Sept 13: Wild Wednesday (dress as your favorite animal)
  • Sept 14: Thrift Shop Thursday
  • Sept 15: Blackout Friday
  • The Homecoming Dance will be held on Saturday, Sept 16 from 7-10 pm. Homecoming Dance tickets are on sale in the bookstore. Visitors will not be accepted at the door and you must see Mrs. Morton in the front office for a visitor's pass. You will use your student ID as your ticket.
  • Prices are as follows:
  • This week:                    $40
  • Door:                            $45
  • Fast Pass:                    $ 5
  • Visitors additional fee: $10
  • Happy Homecoming Week, Red Mountain! With festivities already under way, including Spirit Week, we want to make sure you know all the exciting Homecoming activities going on this week! Starting Thursday, we'll kick off the Homecoming celebration with a Parade around the perimeter of our school property ending right by the stadium where we'll gather together for a rockin' Pep Rally and Bonfire! The Parade begins at 6pm sharp, so make sure to grab a seat along Red Mountain Way or the front of the school to be a part of the fun! We'll have club floats, sports teams, Homecoming court, and CANDY! Then, stick around for some yummy food trucks and the pep rally and bonfire to amp up our Homecoming school spirit! On Friday, come check out the tailgate with all kinds of food, games, and fun out on the practice field from 4-6pm. To top things off, we'll cheer on our Mountain Lions as they go head to head against Boulder Creek Friday night for the Homecoming Football Game! Don't miss out on the fun! Be there!
  • The following schools will have representatives visiting campus this week:
  • NAU - September 14th - 5th Hour
  • University of Alabama – September 15th – 5th Hour
  • GCU – September 20th 4th hour
  • University of Chicago – September 21st during 3rd hour
  • U of A -  September 26th during 2nd hour lion time.
  • Utah State University- September 28th during Lion time and 3rd hour.
  • Please see Ms. Rusnak in the College & Career Center for a pass to attend.
  • Are you planning on volunteering this year?  Maybe in a Red Mountain Club or community organization?  If so, remember to get your activity pre-approved. Fill out the new quick and easy google form application on the Advisors web site under Service Learning!  Remember, freshmen and sophomores need 200 hours, and juniors and seniors need 150 hours to earn the special seal on your diploma.  Come see Mrs. Bianchi in Advisement if you need service ideas.
  • All 2018 seniors need to take a senior yearbook portrait at Southwest Portraits. To book an appointment, go to southwestportraits.com or call them at 480-222-1199. This Saturday, September 16, 2017 is the final day for senior yearbook portraits at Southwest Portraits (4450 S. Rural Rd., Tempe). The final opportunity to get senior portraits taken will be on Thursday, September 28th from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Auditorium. September 28th is also UNDERCLASS RETAKES day from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Portraits are taken on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • For questions regarding yearbook photography, contact Mrs. Saquella, Room 313, call 480-472-8228 or email her at jlemonsaquella@mpsaz.org.
  • Senior year is the defining year for graduates as they leave the halls of Red Mountain and advance forward to the real world. To honor seniors one last time before the commencement day, here’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to send them off with a lasting impression that will be cherished and revisited for years to come. Senior ads are available to purchase through Jostens on their website for the 2018 yearbook. A personalized senior ad may include words of wisdom, encouragement, and recollections of past memories. Limited space is available, and ads are on a first come-first-serve basis. Go to http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1001456/Red-Mountain-High-School/ and click the Yearbook Recognition Ads link. For more info, contact Mrs. Saquella in room 313 or email:  jlemonsaquella@mpsaz.org.
  • Tutoring is available every Tuesday and Thursday before school (6:50-7:50 am) and every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday after school (3:30-5:00 pm) in The Commons. Take advantage of this great opportunity for academic support.
  • Any Freshmen girls interested in trying out for Softball, who are not currently enrolled in the Softball class, please see Coach Hamilton in Room 321 as soon as possible.
  • NHS will meet today at 3:05 in room 252

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