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AP/EOC Proctors Needed
Raleigh Charter is looking for parents interested in volunteering for the AP and End of Course (EOC's) exams.
AP volunteers will support the Test Administrator with organizing student packs, passing out booklets, counting the return of materials, monitoring the test room, and other duties as needed by the Test Administrator. The exams take place from May 2nd-May 12th. Shifts are approximately 4 hours long and will be held at the Royal Banquet Center.
EOC's will take place online during the RCHS finals Weekk in the computer labs. Volunteers do not need any computer expertise or training. Volunteers/Proctors support the Test Administrator by offering "another set of eyes" during the exam. The shifts for EOC's are 9:30-12:05.
Sign up to proctor an exam by clicking here.
*Parents may not volunteer or proctor an exam their child is taking
Dozens of Volunteer Drivers Needed for Community Work Day (5/13)!
It's time to gear up for the last time this semester: We still need dozens and dozens of drivers for our Friday, May 13 Community Work Day! Please help us send hundreds of students to complete service projects across the Triangle. As it is a half-day, there is only one driving shift: 8:45 am until 1:05 pm for most programs.
**We will also be holding a special Volunteer Thank-You Lunch from 1-2 pm, and you are all invited!**
To sign up, simply log on with your Parent ID and password. (Use the blue "Login" button in the upper-right hand corner of this page.) The link to the "Spring Citizenship 2016 Signup" will appear under "My Links" in the upper right corner of the page.
Please note: Drivers will receive final assignments on Wednesday, May 11.
Please don't hesitate to contact email@example.com with any questions about Community Work Day driving, the sign-up process, or to discuss other volunteer opportunities. We look forward to working with you soon!
Mississippi Blues in the Drama Room, Free, Friday May 6th
Sustaining Roots Music Community Project
SOOTS presents Memphis musician Reed Turchi on Friday, May 6 from 3:15-5:00 PM in the RCHS Drama Room. Reed studied at UNC-CH and is a dear friend of SOOTS. Reed will play his Mississippi Hill County blues and speak of his experiences developing his own label and working for Ardent Records. If you are interested in the music industry, you'll be interested in what Reed has to share. RCHS students, families and alumni, bring your questions and bring a friend.
Raised outside of Asheville, N.C., Reed is a musician inspired by all things Mississippi. Reed grew up playing New Orleans styles on piano before he became enamored with slide guitar. Reed holds UNC-CH degrees in Entrepreneurship and Southern Studies where he worked closely with renowned folklorist Dr. Bill Ferris. In 2013, he released the album TURCHI, which sparked high praise in the blues-rock community. Reed assembled The Caterwauls, a four-musician band who released their album Speaking In Shadows this past March.
At RCHS, Reed will perform some of his own songs and present interactive lessons on American music, followed by an open Q&A session. Bring a friend and relax after school, enjoying this rare opportunity to watch and interact with a professional musician right here in your own "back yard." Light refreshments will be provided. Enjoy!
See www.sootsblues.org for more details
Are You Ready for Final Exams?
Tuesday, May 17 and Thursday, May 19
The Honor Committee is hosting final exam study sessions on Tuesday, May 17, and Thursday, May 19, from 2:50 to 4 PM. Members of the Honor Committee have worked with the appropriate teachers to design review lessons and activities for each subject. There will be time for individual questions as well. The subject offerings and room numbers are as follows:
All who would like review in the above subject areas are welcome to attend!
A Musical Spring
We have turned the corner into spring and our concerts are quickly approaching. Please join us as we celebrate our musical journey for this past year. All concerts will be held in Kenan Concert Hall on the William Peace University campus at 7:30 pm. These concerts are free and open to the public.
Choral Spring Concert, Monday, May 16
Current Job Opportunities at RCHS
Raleigh Charter High School is seeking a full-time Physics teacher for the 2016-2017 school year.
For more information, please visit our Job Openings page.
Final Exam Schedule
Wednesday, May 25 is a 12:05 dismissal. Tuesday, June 7 is the make-up exam day. Students who need to make up exams should arrive at school at 8:30 am. Students who do not miss any exams do not need to come to the make-up day. Seniors who miss exams need to make up their exams on Friday, June 3 in the afternoon.
REQUESTS FOR ALTERNATE EXAM TIMES
Any requests for taking exams early, late, or at an alternate time, must be made to Ms. Klein. Parents should contact Ms. Klein by phone or email with an explanation of the reason why an alternate schedule is needed. Students who are sick or who have another excused absence during the week should plan to come on the make-up exam day, but any other kind of planned absence must be discussed with Ms. Klein as soon as possible. We ask that families make sure all summer travel plans begin after the end of final exams on Tuesday, June 7.
2016-2017 Admissions Window is Now Closed
On Saturday, March 26, 2016 Raleigh Charter High School held its admissions lottery.
The lists of numbers on this website do not include those siblings. On this website, we list the numbers of students who were accepted or placed on a waiting list.
Students whose numbers do not appear here are denied admission since their number was drawn after we had filled all accepted and waiting lists slots.
The time period to pre-order your yearbook has expired.
Students will be able to purchase any extra copies of the 2016 yearbook in mid-May once they are delivered.
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