Dear RHS 2020 Graduates and Families,
There are no words that adequately express my continued heartbreak for the Class of 2020 and being unable to provide the graduation celebration that you earned and deserved. I know our entire Husky family and district leaders share similar sentiments.
After continued conversations with RHS and district leaders over the weekend and yesterday, we have developed Plan E to celebrate our graduates.
2020 Husky graduates are invited to receive their diplomas in their covers, honor cords, other earned graduation regalia (sashes, medal and certificates), as well as yearbooks in a curbside drive-up fashion along the upper drive in front of the school from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, July 30 and Friday, July 31, 2020. Those who also need to pick up caps and gowns, graduation announcements and other items ordered from Jostens can do so at this time.
Please note that students are encouraged to come at the following times to help expedite our processing but are welcome anytime from 10-2pm on both days.
10-11am – A-F
11-12pm – G-L
12-1pm – M-R
1-2pm – S-Z
Graduates and their families are encouraged to decorate their car and wear their cap and gown as they arrive on campus. Graduates and family members must stay in their vehicles as they proceed to the first check-in station along the drive and the second station in front of the pool entrance where they receive their diploma and other items. Families will have the opportunity for a quick photo of their graduate standing in front of a graduation banner that will be hanging further down the drive.
Some important information to remember when arriving on campus:
Enter the upper drive off Orlando.
All RHS staff will be wearing masks and gloves as they distribute items to the graduates in their vehicles.
All members in the vehicle must be wearing a face covering/mask over their nose and mouth while on campus. (The graduate may take off the mask temporarily while getting a photo taken before they exit campus.)
No one with a temperature of 100.4 or higher, or who has any other COVID-19 symptoms should arrive on campus.
No one who is awaiting results of a COVID-19 test should arrive on campus.
Do not come to campus if anyone in your household has COVID-19 symptoms or has been asked to self-isolate due to direct exposure to someone who has this illness.
The graduate must sign for his/her diploma to receive it.
If a graduate cannot attend the pickup on July 30-31, he/she may sign for the diploma and pick up other items during the week of Aug. 3 between 8:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. at school.
Dr. Jeff Marker, Principal