Rantoul Township High School District 193

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  • Parkland Career Guide
    Parkland College received a substantial grant to work with the EFE on a regional career guide.  The link to this career guide is here: http://www.flipcareerguide.com/books/vass/.  The guide is specific to our region and includes examples of local employers, along with local programs such as ECCA, Parkland summer career camps, etc.  We think it can be a valuable resource for students and parents. 

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  • Need RTHS Apparel?

    In need of new RTHS Apparel?  Click on the file below and scan the QR Code for the Sideline Store. 

    Sideline Store

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  • Community Resource Guide

    Rantoul Community Resource Guide

    Below is the link to the Community Resource Guide that the UI student group created while working alongside Mrs. Megan Anderson and the Community Partnership Grant. 

    Community Resource Guide- English

    Community Resource Guide- Spanish

     

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  • Summer Reading Boxes
    The students have been so excited to browse and choose books to read over the summer. Many of
    them are planning to trade with each other throughout the summer, so they get even more reading in. 
    We were able to give out over 600 books to about 130 students. 
    books

    Books 2

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  • Friends and Advocates of Education 

    Monday, May 13th was the Friends and Advocates of Public Education Banquet at Riggs Brewery. Our custodial staff was nominated to receive this honor from RTHSEA. It was a great evening and a very nice opportunity to give Mr. Worthington and his team the recognition they deserve. Please congratulate the team once again today! 
    custodians

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  • NHS Book Tasting
    The NHS Book Tasting was amazing today!  We put over 100 books in the hands of our students, and there were many smiling and excited faces.  Thank you to everyone who helped us advertise and encouraged students to attend!
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  • Parkland Challenge
    Last week we had 6 Seniors participate in the Parkland Challenge and they won both Round 1 and Round 2! They will compete in the finals on Wednesday! 
    Parkland Challenge

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  • Tricoci Field Trip
    Juniors and seniors who are interested in cosmetology and/esthetics were able to visit Tricoci Beauty School. They learned all about their programs and were able to do hands on learning. 
    EG

    MB

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  • The RTHS Jazz Band performed in Danville at the Jazz Festival and outstanding soloist awards were presented to Alia Young, Arerie Ellis, Stephen Feig, Payton Taylor, and RaNeise Waters. 
    Soloist

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  • Jazz Band Competition

    The Screamin’ Eagles Jazz Band performed at the Danville Jazz Festival and earned first place in class 1A! 
    Jazz band

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  • Zoey Reichenbach made it to the second round for the CBAI Foundation Scholarship for Community Banking meaning she had to present it to at least 5 people. Here she is in her fye class! 

    She presented her essay on the topic of " What is a community bank and how does it affect the economy?"

    zoey

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  • Future Educators Conference
    RTHS students attended a Future Educators Conference hosted by Parkland. Students were able to attend break-out sessions and learn from current educators. Some sessions included first-year teachers, special education teachers, non-traditional careers in education, and many more. Students also had the opportunity to speak with local colleges about their education programs.
    FEC

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  • Internship Program

    Mrs. Hoeft's Internship class held a celebration on March 7th to present their experiences at their Internships. 
    Internship

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  • RTHS Pep Band

    The RTHS Pep Band performed at the IHSA State Series at the State Farm Center!  Way to go! Pep Band

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  • AP Lit

    Mrs. Hinkley's AP Literature Class studied classic poetry in comic book form.  For their final project, they created a comic representation of a poem.  Their final products are SO good!  Click on the links to check them out! 

     

    "We Weare the Mask" by Paul Laurence Dunbar

    Angelle Wrobel

    Zoey Reichenbach

     

    "To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time"  by Robert Herrick

    Noelia Spencer

    Darian Figueroa Irizarry

     

    "A Story" by Li Young Lee

    Elizabeth Handal

     

    "There Will Come Soft Rains" by Sara Teasdale

    Makenna Brooks

     

    The History Teacher by Billy Collins

    Erielys Quinones Marrero

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  • Guest Speaker

    Dr. Gingold spoke with students about how his family survived in the Warsaw ghetto during World War II and the Holocaust including their eventual escape, after three attempts. His family was pursued by the Gestapo across Poland until they reached Siberia. Eventually, after the war, they were able to emigrate to the United States. Dr. Gingold spoke about some of the challenges of coming to a new country such as having to learn to read and write at age 15 and facing anti-semitism here. Dr. Gingold also talked about hate and indifference being very dangerous.
    Guest Speaker

     

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  • Congratulations on a job well done at last night's Section 17 FFA public speaking and job interview contests.

     

    Jacob Fox- 1st place out of 12 individuals (job interview) and will be moving on to District round

    Carmen Sage- 3rd place (extemporaneous speech)

    Pascaline Phongo- 8th place (prepared speech) 

    FFA Speech

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  • Weight Room Mural

    The Mural Club added some much needed color and life to the Weight Room.  Please be sure to check it out if you are in the building.

    weight Room mural

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  • Heisman Scholarship Winners
    Congratulations to Tyler Merrill, Ashlee Freeman, and Rebekah Maxwell. 

    These senior athletes were selected for the Heisman High School Scholarship. This award is a highly competitive application that requires at least a 4.0 GPA and must be an active participant in a sport their senior year.

    Heisman Winners 

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