So proud of these kids! Redwood Valley High School HOSA students competed in HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) Skills Contests in Rochester, MN. The HOSA bowl team of Olivia Klabunde, Wyatt Smith, Andrew Muetzel, and Julian Brown placed first out of nine teams. Other competitions that RVHS students competed in were Physical Therapy (Gracelyn Malecek), Nursing Assistant (Aubree Keehl), and CPR teams of Heather Panitzke/Aubree Keehl and Olivia Klabunde/Wyatt Smith. Other students competed in online testing competitions, with results still pending. Great job to these students and Mrs. Zeug!
about 1 month ago, Richard Jorgenson
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In an effort to keep our students, staff, and visitors safe, Redwood Area Schools has purchased 6 new AEDs. Four are located in the MS/HS and 2 at Reede Gray Elementary.
about 1 month ago, Richard Jorgenson
AED
The RVHS Industry Connection: Open House has been rescheduled for Wednesday, February 1st from 3:30pm-4:30pm. Redwood Area Businesses are invited to attend the RVHS Industry Connection: Open House. This event is focused on creating connections between Redwood Valley High School CTE staff and local industries. Industry partners are encouraged to stop in and learn about RVHS programs/classes as well as discuss future opportunities for school-to-industry collaboration. The RVHS Industry Connection will be held in the Orrin S. Estebo Career Development and Training Center. For more information about the Open House, please contact Ally Carlson.
about 1 month ago, Richard Jorgenson
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Redwood Valley High School is excited to announce a new partnership with the Redwood Falls Police Department. Starting Tuesday, March 7th, RVHS students can sign up to participate in a 16-hour Criminal Justice Exploration opportunity. Students will learn about law enforcement and the criminal justice system through weekly immersive experiences. In addition, this class will help prepare students for a new College Intro to Criminal Justice course being offered next fall. Interested students can pick up an application in the high school office.
about 1 month ago, Richard Jorgenson
Police
RVHS Principal's Weekly Message: https://5il.co/1mfqg
about 1 month ago, Richard Jorgenson
Students in Mrs. Stephenson’s honors chemistry class have been learning about half reactions (the movement of electrons from one metal to another). To celebrate the holidays and take a break from balancing all sorts of fun equations, students are applying their knowledge to make holiday ornaments. Galvanized flashing is reacted with hydrochloric acid to remove the zinc coating on the metal. Then the metal is placed into a copper sulfate solution where the copper adheres to the flashing to create a “rust” colored surface. Students got to design their ornament however they wanted- any exposed metal that is not covered in tape will eventually be covered in copper.
about 2 months ago, Richard Jorgenson
Chemistry
UNITY (United National Indian Tribal Youth) has been recognized by the Redwood Falls Rotary Club for their dedication and service to the community with a $75.00 Rotary donation.
about 2 months ago, Richard Jorgenson
Unity
Congratulations to our 12/21/22 Reede Gray Cardinal Code Shoutouts this week. Our Character Strong focus this month is on Empathy. Empathy is understanding and connecting with other people’s feelings. Our students have been working on taking the time to understand and connect with others. It isn’t just thinking about how others feel… it is taking action. Our students this week are growing in their Empathy each day. We are very proud of each of them! *Be Respectful *Be Responsible *Be Safe #ReedeGrayElementary #CharacterStrong #AlwaysTheCardinalWay #CardinalCode
about 2 months ago, Redwood Area School District
kids
Due to the impending weather tomorrow (Wednesday, December 21), the RVHS CTE Open House will be postponed until a later date.
about 2 months ago, Richard Jorgenson
Students in RVHS's Intro to Medical Careers class travelled to the Cadaver Lab at SDSU last week. Pictures were not allowed, but students were able to learn about anatomy. Here are some quotes from students: "The cadaver lab was a vivid experience for me. It was definitely one of the coolest things that I have ever seen in my entire life. I vividly remember holding the different joints, front chest plate, livers, lungs, arm, heart, and brain. "Just to see that this is all so real gave me a different perspective on anatomy. I have a lot more respect for anatomy after seeing the entire cadaver experience as a whole. *Seeing the difference between heart sizes was super cool too. Seeing the artificial valve inside the heart was very interesting. So many of these things we’ve seen on models or already learned about, but it is so much different when you get to see them in person on a real part of the body.
about 2 months ago, Richard Jorgenson
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Save the date for our Family Game Night!
about 2 months ago, Redwood Area School District
game night
RVHS Weekly Principal's Message: https://5il.co/1m7mf
about 2 months ago, Richard Jorgenson
Youth Tennis Camp
about 2 months ago, Redwood Area School District
tennis
Today is an E-Learning Day at RVHS. Consult https://5il.co/1m1uo for an overview of the procedures for an E-Learning Day. Just a reminder that E-Learning work needs to be completed by 3:00 p.m. Teachers are planning about 30 minutes of work for each class, so do not wait until the last minute to get started on it. Failure to complete work by 3:00 p.m. will result in an unexcused absence. If you need help, teachers are available from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The other times of the day are set aside for them to prepare/evaluate student work. The HS Office is also open until 4:00 p.m. Let us know if you need assistance.
about 2 months ago, Richard Jorgenson
RVMS E-Learning Day Expectations https://5il.co/1lvyz
about 2 months ago, Redwood Area School District
Redwood Valley High School will be E-Learning today (Tuesday, December 13). For student/parent procedures: https://5il.co/1lvxx
about 2 months ago, Richard Jorgenson
Redwood Valley Robotics program received a $2,000 Pharma Grant from Senator Gary Dahms this morning.
about 2 months ago, Redwood Area School District
robotics