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RHHS holds Career Day

To allow students to have a firsthand look at various careers available upon graduation, Career Day was held a Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School last week.
“Our vision is to have all of our students become college and career ready, and since we do not have the funding to take students to all of the businesses around the area, we are fortunate that the businesses send us representatives to speak to the students,” Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School Principal Karen Parker said. “By having the representatives visit our students, it is very beneficial to both the businesses and the students.”
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Hampton University Band performs at RHHS

The students of Ridgeland-Hardeeville High school had the pleasure of enjoying a performance by the Hampton University Marching Band. RHHS Band Director, Davaron Edwards and HU Director of University Bands, Dr. Thomas L. Jones Jr., coordinated this event for RHHS students to interact with HU band students.

The Hampton University Band Program consists of the Marching Band, the Concert Band, the Symphonic Winds and the Basketball Band. The HU Marching Band consists of a select group of approximately 200 members. This organization consists of both music majors and non-music majors.
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MISS RIDGELAND-HARDEEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL crowned in Annual Coronation and Pageant

MISS RIDGELAND-HARDEEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL crowned in Annual Coronation and Pageant

RIDGELAND- Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School held its annual MISS Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School pageant on Saturday, October 7, 2017, crowning MISS Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School, Mr. & MISS Black & Red, and MISS Jaguar. The pageant featured five outstanding contestants for MISS Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School vying to win the crown for 2017. Contestants were Deviya Wright, Ashaunti Rucker, Kalauna Simmons, Angel Jackson and Alexis Mungin.
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Help Improve South Carolina’s Schools & Economy(click headline to complete survey)

All learners should have access to a quality education that prepares them for the
jobs of the future. Parents have a passionate voice to share as we want to best
for our children. HP Inc. is leading an effort in South Carolina to collect insights
across a diverse group of employers, universities, schools, staffing agencies and
others that will shape an academic and economic story for South Carolina.
Understanding your needs will inform the report recommendations and where
resources are deployed in K12 schools and other programs.
We want to hear your views by participating in this 7 minute survey.
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Hello Wonderful Supporters!

The staff of Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School invites you to become a volunteer to assist with our Debate Team! We are the newest member of the SOUTH CAROLINA BAR LAW EDUCATION CENTER.(click headline for more information)
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Marriot leaders present to CATE students

Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School is continuously preparing students for the opening of the new Career and Technology Education (CATE) facility. While students are working with hands-on projects daily, recently, students had the pleasure of meeting with leaders of Marriott Vacation Club Resorts.
RHHS Guidance Department Workbased Learning Program invited sponsored guest speakers from Marriott Vacation Club Resorts, Hilton Head Island to speak with students to highlight careers in the Hospitality and Tourism industry.
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"Labor of Love" Day

RHHS hosted a "Labor of Love" Day for fathers on September 5, 2017. The JCSD, in partnership with a few of the education institutions in Jasper County conducted the "Labor of Love"-Million Father March.
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Chronic Absenteeism

Beginning with the 2017-18 school year, a new definition of “absent” will be used to identify students who are chronically absent. As part of the implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act, districts and schools are required to report to the South Carolina Department of Education the number of students who are chronically absent each year. According to the United States Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR), an absent student is one who misses 50 percent of the instructional day for any reason and regardless of whether the absence is excused or unexcused.
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