In Foods for Living, students participated in a Cupcake Wars challenge, working to create a unique cupcake and cupcake display. Students in Period 1 created cupcakes surrounding a Disney Theme, and students in Period 2 create cupcakes around a theme of different holidays. Great job Ms. Heltemes and students! (Post 1 of 4)
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We held our RVMS Spelling Bee this past Tuesday. Tyler Robinson, grade 8 - 1st Isabella Garcia, grade 8 - 2nd Elle Iverson, grade 6 - 3rd Tyler will advance to the Regional Spelling Bee in Redwood Falls on Tuesday, Feb. 7 at the RACC. DSC_2152.JPG
In Mr. Hegg's Introduction to Woods class, students were constructing individual projects using a set of plans, as well as demonstrating proper safety using hand and power tools. I was very impressed with the work ethic, pride, and dedication students were showing in their work. Great job RVHS students!
Congratulations to our 1/20/2023 Reede Gray Cardinal Code Shoutouts this week. We continue to practice Perseverance. Perseverance is what helps us learn new things and reach our goals. Think about something you are good at--you weren’t just good at this thing you had to learn and practice these skills to get better. We are very proud of each of them! *Be Respectful *Be Responsible *Be Safe #ReedeGrayElementary #CharacterStrong #AlwaysTheCardinalWay
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At RVHS, our student-athletes are dressing up on game days. This is following our Activities Philosophy: Win with Integrity, Lose with Dignity, Do Both with Class!
The counselors at Redwood Valley High School, Mrs. Ally Carlson and Mrs. Tia Zimmer, are available to help with scholarships, college applications, career questions, or for student support. They even give up their desks and computers to help students! To access current scholarship opportunities, go to: https://sites.google.com/redwoodareaschools.com/rvhscounseling/college-planning/paying-for-college/scholarships
Students in Mrs. Mertens' Criminology class are learning how to analyze fingerprints. They participated in a mock crime scene to determine "Who was guilty." Excellent lesson plan and experience for students!
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Students in Mr. Dixon's Dakota Language class had the opportunity to talk to actor and writer Dallas Goldtooth today at RVHS, using Google Meet. Dallas is known for his roles in the films Reservation Dogs, Rutherford Falls, and Ghosts. They were able to practice their Dakota Language skills, as well as learning about Mr. Goldtooth's career. Excellent opportunity for students!
Students in Ms. Shouse-Klassen's P1 Workplace Communications class were creating a video on how to professionally prepare for a job interview. Students worked in groups to create a production plan for the scripts. Each group fulfilled a theatre production team role (director, designer, stage manager, actor, and stage crew). Excellent work RVHS Students!
Reede Gray's Big Boom this month was a school wide tournament of Rock, Paper, Scissors - congrats to our winner Henry Koffler!
Students in Ms. Heltemes' Design class were creating their own clothing in class today. Awesome work students!
Tru Shrimp visited Ms. Heltemes' Foods classes today and taught the students about the company's ability to grow and harvest shrimp in the Midwest, along with how to dehead and vein the shrimp, and finally how to cook the shrimp. Thanks to Tru Shrimp for helping our students learn about this business!
YourClassicalMPR Classnotes came to Reede Gray this morning to perform for the students! The Brian/Susan Project performed their original work, Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox Find the Blues: A Musical Story. The students learned about several instruments, as well as genre, timbre, and geography.
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Due to a generous grant from Redwood Electric Cooperative, RVHS was able to purchase 6 new drones for our Drone Program. The new Cetus Pro FTV Drones allow operators to wear googles to see a first person view from the drone. The students in Drones I and Drones II now are able to pilot four different drones and can earn their Part 107 Commercial Drone Pilot License at the end of Drones II. Thanks again to the Redwood Electric Cooperative!
Due to a generous grant from Minnesota State's "Supporting Minnesota’s High School Nursing Assistant Equipment Grant", Redwood Valley High School was able to purchase a Geriatric Simulator. This equipment enables users to personally experience a variety of age-related physical challenges such as stooped posture and restricted range of motion. The experience helps them develop a unique sensitivity and understanding toward the elderly. The aging simulator includes a sensitivity suit, walker, storage case as well as curriculum. This will be used in our CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) course, as well as Health, Relationships and Child Development, and other classes.