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Hero Cards - Service Opportunity

posted Sep 22, 2017, 8:59 AM by Kelly Bisogno   [ updated Sep 22, 2017, 9:01 AM ]

We have an exciting opportunity for you! Often times, kids in foster care feel as though they lack encouragement from those around them, especially people their age. Come join us in creating Hero Cards for them on Friday, September 29th, during Rapid Time, in Mrs. Strittmatter's room, 1332. Passes are available on the whiteboard in the QUAD. Bring your favorite encouraging quote to create a gift to a kid in foster care. We will provide all art supplies and snacks! We appreciate your help in making them feel like heroes. Don’t forget to pick up your pass from the QUAD! This will be counted as Beta and NHS hours. If you have any questions, please contact Lauren Xue or Maisy Rhoades. Thank you and we hope to see you there!

Model County Government

posted Sep 22, 2017, 8:53 AM by Kelly Bisogno   [ updated Sep 22, 2017, 8:54 AM ]

Attention Seniors: If you are interested in participating in Model County Government on October 24th and 25th, please fill out this form as soon as possible.

Form link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeB32VjmJy0iPatGi9FNSCwk_FcQsSZE25KdfCmOXtts6hLRA/viewform

JRHS Apparel Online Store - available until October 1

posted Sep 14, 2017, 3:49 AM by Kelly Bisogno

Looking for a great way to show your RAPID PRIDE?  We have the answer!

Visit our online apparel store between now and October 1st to select your customized RAPIDS gear!  

  • Your order will be shipped to the school and delivered to your student during the school day
  • These are "at cost" items
  • Your order should arrive within 4-5 weeks of the close of this sale (October 1st)

Show your RAPID PRIDE and place your orders today!  


Write Now! Check out JRHS student work published in the county literary and art magazine!

posted Sep 13, 2017, 12:10 PM by Kelly Bisogno   [ updated Sep 13, 2017, 12:10 PM ]

We are excited to share Chesterfield County Public Schools’ digital literary magazine, the 2016 - 17 issue of Write Now! This 33rd edition showcases student writing and artwork submitted by students across the district in grades 6-12. All published writers who placed or received the Honorable Mention designation received certificates, and some received gold, silver, and bronze medals for winning first, second, and third place in grade-level categories for Poetry, Prose Fiction, and Prose Nonfiction.

Now anyone, including family members living across the country or across the world, can see the work of our students, and anyone can download or print a permanent copy. The software used, 3dIssue, makes our digital literary magazine accessible by computer, iPad, cell phone, or any other mobile device.

The 2016-17 issue of Write Now! can be accessed using the following link: http://mychesterfieldschools.com/writenow/.

Senior Calendar of Events

posted Sep 12, 2017, 10:19 AM by Kelly Bisogno

A printable version of this calendar is attached at the bottom of this post.






Parents Invited

Fri 9/15

Paint the Town JRHS Pep Rally

Rapid Time/Homerooms and Gym

Black tee shirts and crowns - Lead the school with PRIDE

Thur. 9/28

Senior Class Meeting

4th period/lunch

Theater/Senior Parking Lot –Weather Permitting

Casual, school appropriate attire

Tues 10/3

Cap & Gown Ordering

During Lunch AND 3:00-7:00

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Closed Commons

Wed 10/4

During Lunch

Closed Commons



(official opening of the senior year)



Dressy attire, including dress shoes, collared shirts, ties, dress slacks, proper shoes


PSAT/Battle of Freshest

all day

Seniors in good standing may take the day without absence counting toward totals..

Pending class privilege approval


Homecoming & Parade Float

after school

Bus Loop

Help build the class float

Wed, 11/15

Senior Takeover Day

Professional dress for those participating


Jonathan the Juggler



Held during Elective Round Robin

Mon. 4/23- Fri. 427

Senior Spirit Week

Only Seniors are permitted to dress in spirit attire

Tues. 4/24 & Wedi. 4/25

Cap & Gown


During Lunch

Closed Commons

Sat. 5/5



Science Museum of VA



Senior Night





Senior Class Day Assembly

Senior Class Picture


Report to gym at
7:45 a.m. for lineup

(following assembly)



Dressy attire (skirts, dress shirts, ties, dress slacks, proper shoes) under gown and hood

Photo - Cap, tassel,  gown and hood




Bon Air Baptist Church

Gowns only, dress shirts, ties, dress slacks, proper shoes, no caps




1:00-3:15; arrive no later than 12:30

Theater/Gym/Open Commons

Casual, school-appropriate attire; shoes are required




Siegel Center, VCU

Broad and Harrison  St.

Caps, gowns, tassels and stoles,

Dresses, dress shirts, ties, dress slacks, proper shoes (no purses or backpacks)


*Sponsored by parents.

**Seniors must be present in order to participate in Commencement and must stay for the entire practice.   NO Exceptions.

Senior Class Officers

Sam Gans, president

Christina Lobosco, vice president

Emma Smithson, secretary

Lauren Xue, treasurer

Hannah Ward, historian

Senior Class Sponsors

Dorrie Turner (dorrie_turner@ccpsnet.net)

Meg Heyssel (margaret_heyssel@ccpsnet.net)

Summer Assignments 2017

posted Jun 16, 2017, 5:40 AM by Kelly Bisogno   [ updated Aug 16, 2017, 9:44 AM ]

Click on the course title to access the Summer 2017 Assignment 

All students are expected to read 4 - 6 books of their own choosing, 
on or above their reading level. 

AP Chemistry - See all 4 documents below: 
                AP US History Students will also need the following Book Chapter Documents
                American Pageant: Chapter 1 | Chapter 2 | Chapter 3 | Chapter 4
AP United States Government and Politics

Summer Edition of Rapid News

posted Jun 16, 2017, 5:28 AM by Kelly Bisogno   [ updated Jun 16, 2017, 5:29 AM ]

Happy Summer! Check out the summer edition of our school newsletter.

Title IX Announcement to Students

posted Nov 24, 2015, 4:56 AM by Kelly Bisogno   [ updated Dec 15, 2015, 7:13 AM ]

Title IX Announcement to Students
It is important for all individuals to understand that acts of gender‐based or sexual harassment or sexual assault against anyone at any time are not tolerated by Chesterfield County Public Schools. There are practices in place to help support you if you witness or are a victim of such actions. This is true at any time on school grounds or with any activity or event related to the school. 

It is everyone's responsibility to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner with others. It is also everyone's responsibility to report immediately to Mr. Ellick as the school’s Title IX Coordinator or to any other school administrator or school counselor, whenever anyone sees or suspects that another student has been a victim of sexual harassment or gender‐based harassment or sexual assault. 

Please join with us in helping to promote a safe and equitable school environment for all people.

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