2017-2018 After School Transportation to Drummondville

Richmond Regional High School will be offering late transportation to the Drummondville area starting Monday September 18th. This service will be offered on Mondays and Wednesdays only this year. The pick up point is outside the main entrance of Richmond Regional High School between 5:00 and 5:15 p.m. The drop off point is the IGA located at 4565 Boulevard Saint-Joseph in Drummondville (St-Nicéphore) at approximately 5:45 p.m. Parents are then responsible to provide transportation for their children from the drop off point. The bus driver will not wait for parents to arrive and students are asked not to loiter at the IGA.

Unfortunately the service this year will not be free of charge. Students will be asked to purchase a $4.00 ticket to use the late transportation service. Tickets must be purchased the day of, at the main office before 12:30. Tickets may not be purchased in advanced. There are 18 seats available on the bus.

If you have any questions concerning late transportation please feel free to send an or to call me during class hours at the school. I will do my best to get back to you as soon as possible.

Danielle Hamel
Athletic Director Richmond Regional High School

Movie Mania Fridays: Dec 2

On Friday, December 2, RRHS’ Movie Mania Fridays committee is presenting Trouver Doris (version français of Finding Dory).

The concession stand will be hosted as a fundraiser, by the OPP École Plein Coeur.

Welcome all!

 

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Movie Mania Fridays: Nov 4

On Friday, November 4, RRHS’ Movie Mania Fridays committee is presenting The Jungle Book (in English).

The concession stand will be hosted as a fundraiser, by the RRHS Grads 2018.

Welcome all!

 

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Job posting: Lunchtime Fitness Animator

JOB POSTING*: Lunchtime Fitness Animator

Are you a motivated Animator who is available two days a week to supervise, support and promote student participation in physical activity during the school’s lunch hour, on Tuesdays and Thursdays? 

The successful candidate will work as part of the school team to: Animate games and activities that meets the needs and interests of students; Supervise and monitor sports equipment usage during lunch hour; Organize & promote lunchtime intramurals; Encourage student leadership and support student-driven fitness initiatives during the lunch hour; Engage students in structured and non-structured forms of physical activities.

Funding for this project is provided by Val En Forme. For info or to apply, please contact jims@etsb.qc.ca or 819-826-3702 ext. 24026.

* This is a special project supported by our partner, Val en forme. The candidate would be under contract with our partnering organization and supervised by the CLC Coordinator.

Oct 13: BREASTMILK documentary screening

Thursday, October 13, 9:30am

Documentary Screening: Breastmilk – The Movie (in English)

With unexpected humor, with an unflinching camera, with some guilt and some pain, this film takes the unusual risk of examining what breast milk truly means. Presented as part of Nourri-Source Val-Saint-François’ Halte-Allaitement breastfeeding support group series. All welcome, including babies! A discussion period will follow the screening. Free.

http://www.breastmilkthemovie.com/

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Movie Mania Fridays: Sept 30

On Friday, September 30, RRHS’ Movie Mania Fridays committee is presenting The Secret Life of Pets (in English) as a pre-release.

The concession stand will be hosted as a fundraiser, by the Movie Mania Fridays committee to ensure this program can continue this year.

Welcome all!

 

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