RHS Student Life
R U OK? What is Your Story?
R U OK? In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Week in October 2018, our courageous RHS students were among the local teens who created this powerful video, “The Start of Your Story,” to share the struggles they are facing in today’s world and how adults can support them.
The video was part of a conference, held at DoubleTree By Hilton Reading, that they planned for their peers throughout the county. The conference covered a variety of topics, including coping with pressure from peers, learning how to accept differences in others and themselves, dealing with stress in their lives and recognizing the importance of good mental health. Read more in today's Reading Eagle: https://bit.ly/2PH8ieQ
If you or someone you know is struggling, please reach out to a teacher, school counselor, administrator or social worker. They are here to help you. If you need immediate assistance, call 1-877-236-4600 or 610-236-0530.
#Share #Listen #MentalHealth
The Class of 2019 Yearbook is on sale now in Room 347A. Order your copy today! Cost is $50, but mention the yearbook commercial shown on the morning announcements and get $5 off! Plus: Seniors, please schedule your senior headshots with Dave Zerbe Photography by October 31. Cost is $10.
RHS College Visits
College representatives visit Reading High School throughout the school year. Several also offer instant decisions for interested students. A list of ucpoming visits is available on the RHS College Visits Calendar. If you have questions, please contact Donna Malack in the Welcome Center.
RHS School Store
Get your Red Knight swag and after-school snacks at the RHS School Store. The store is open from 2:45 p.m. to 3:05 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (when school is in session).
Senior Class Officers
Beatriz (Elizabeth) Gonzalez
Junior Class Officers
Homecoming King and Queen
Representing Key Club