Thursday, January 14 - 2016 Dinner and a Show
The Richland Northeast Education Foundation’s Sixth Annual Dinner and a Show fundraiser will be Saturday, March 19, 2016, at Richland Northeast High School. This unique event features a delicious gourmet dinner at 6pm in RNE’s Gym Atrium followed by a Broadway inspired performance, Aida, by students in the Palmetto Center for the Arts in the District Auditorium at 7:30pm.
Building on the success of our previous Dinner and a Show events, we anticipate a significant turnout of up to 300 people. This year, the Foundation is proud to again offer sponsor levels for Dinner and a Show that present an opportunity for your business to be a visible partner in this event. All contributions are tax deductible.
The Foundation Board has approved the following sponsorship levels:
Corporate Sponsor: $1,000 (6 tickets, full-page playbill advertisement and recognition in all marketing materials)
Gold Level Sponsor: $500 (4 tickets, and ½ page playbill advertisement)
Silver Level Sponsor: $250 (2 tickets, and ¼ page playbill advertisement)
Bronze Level Sponsor: $125 (1 ticket, and a business card playbill advertisement)
Student Sponsor: $20 (Businesses/Individuals sponsoring students will be listed in the playbill)
The RNE Education Foundation’s primary role is to approve and fund grants to the school, individual departments, and teachers as well as scholarships for students and student groups that will enhance educational achievement. Nearly everything we raise through our fundraising efforts goes directly to benefit RNE’s students.
Please join us this year as a sponsor for the Foundation’s Dinner and a Show fundraiser and help enhance the educational opportunities for all of Richland Northeast High School’s students!
Thursday, January 14 - Scholarships for Students and Grants for Teachers!
For 37 years, Richland Northeast, in partnership with the community, has ensured challenging academic opportunities that advance positive individual growth and prepare responsible global citizens. For the past 27 years the school’s partner in achieving this mission has been the Richland Northeast Education Foundation.
The Richland Northeast Education Foundation exists to raise and coordinate donations to promote the educational programs for our high school. We do this by awarding grants to teachers for programs that are not covered by departmental budgets and by providing scholarships to deserving students so that all are given equal opportunity to participate in extracurricular activities. The foundation prides itself on the fact that it has given back to the school over 95 percent of all the donations received. Our primary source of fund raising is from the generosity of you - the Cavalier family.
We are asking you to consider donating to the Richland Northeast Education Foundation. We are a non-profit tax exempt support educational foundation. After we receive your donation, you will be sent an acknowledgment you may use for tax purposes. Any donation will be greatly appreciated. If we each give a little we can make a big difference for our school!
Friday, January 08 - Student tutors available
The Tutoring Center
Richland Northeast High School
Student tutors are here to lend extra-help to fellow students in World Languages, Math, Science, Social Studies, and English.
ESOL students are encouraged to come.
Location: C 101
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
For more information, feel free to contact David Letts, 803-699-3800 ext. (79726)
Friday, January 08 - IGP Meeting
Freshmen & Sophomores:
Parents are invited to meet with their student's counselor to discuss course selections and to update the Individual Graduation Plan January 19 – March 25. Please contact your student's counselor by Friday, January 22nd to schedule a 30 minute appointment during this time period.
A Freshmen & Sophomore Parent Information Breakfast will be held Friday, February 5th, 8:00-9:00AM in the RNHS Chorus Room. Graduation requirements, college admission requirements, post-secondary options and the 2016-17 course request process will be discussed during this program.
Parent participation in this process ensures that we are working as a team to provide the best possible course requests to meet your student’s academic and career goals. We look forward to working with you and your student.
The School Counseling Team
Patrick Blake (Students with last names beginning A-C) X 79824 email@example.com
Tanya Amoako (Students with last names beginning D-H) X 79826 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Yolanda Smith-Charlestin (Students with last names beginning I-O) X email@example.com
Dorothya Nero (Students with last names beginning P-T) X 79880 firstname.lastname@example.org
Director, Dr. Donna Huger (Students with last names beginning U-Z) X email@example.com
Tuesday, January 05 - Apply for AVID
Richland Northeast AVID applications are now open.
Applications are open from January 5, 2016 - February 12, 2016
Once your application is submitted, you will be notified of your interview date and time by March 1, 2015. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact
Linda Rayl AVID Coordinator 699-2800 ext 79794 or firstname.lastname@example.org Please be mindful that she teaches during the school day. Calls and emails will be returned as soon as possible.