US Weekly News: Tuesday, May 29, 2018


Memorial Day Holiday — School Closed
Monday, May 28

Exams / Assessments & Projects Week begins
Thursday, May 31 and Friday, June 1


Exams / Assessments & Projects Week continues
Monday, June 4 – Wednesday, June 6

Academic Awards Night
Thursday, June 7

Friday, June 8

Register Now For Our Sail into Summer Celebration!
Click here to register!

Join us for the Sail into Summer celebration at The Dunes Club on June 22. This will be a casual and festive night to celebrate RHS and the start of summer… socialize on the deck, enjoy a delicious meal with an open bar, and celebrate with friends while enjoying one of the best views of Narragansett Beach. You are welcome to bring friends and family! We will not host an auction, but you will have the opportunity to sponsor items on the wish list board and to purchase $20 raffle tickets to win a private charter for up to 49 people aboard Rum Runner II of Newport. Contact Missy Walker at 884-9070, ext. 296 for more information.
Click here for more details and to register!


Why Teens Should Understand Their Own Brains (And Why Their Teachers and Parents Should, Too!) (NPR) — Human brains are still developing throughout our teenage and early adult years. Knowing more about the way they work can teach us about how schools can work, too. Until relatively recently, it was thought that the brain was only actively developing during childhood, but in the last two decades, researchers have confirmed that the brain continues to develop during adolescence — a period of time that can stretch from the middle school years into early adulthood. The implications for teaching teenagers are important to consider.

Rocky Hill School’s eight Student Competencies are attributes of bold learners, who are prepared to navigate a complex and changing world.

Be sure to download Rocky Hill School’s new mobile app from the iPhone App Store or Google Play. This free app is full of useful information and features.

Click here to learn more.



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