Volunteers Needed for P3

Volunteers needed for Post Prom Party (P3)
It takes over 100 volunteers to run the RHHS PTSA-sponsored Post Prom Party. This year’s party takes place Friday, April 27 from 11pm to 3am at RHHS — where our prom-goers will enjoy a great evening of delicious food, world class entertainment and fantastic prizes (over $10,000 in cash and prizes will be given out throughout the evening).
 
We can't do this without YOU!  Please pick a slot and sign up to support our kids on Prom night and be a part of one of the most successful after-prom events in Howard County! Don't worry - we have free coffee available all night!

The Post Prom Party (P3) will be held on April 27 (11:30pm to 3:00am) at River Hill High School

The Post Prom Party (P3) has been a tradition at River Hill High School for 14 years and has been successful in providing a safe, fantastic and fun event for all students on the night of Prom. There is evidence that ‘prom night’ safety issues are dramatically reduced in communities that sponsor AFTER PROM programs. To that end – we want to provide a SAFE and MEMORABLE event for all RHHS Juniors, Seniors and their guests to attend. For more information, visit the Post Prom Party (P3) page.

Invitation to join Howard County Health Department Focus Groups

The Howard County Health Department is recruiting youth ages 13-18 and parents of teens to participate in one our upcoming focus groups that will be scheduled in late April and early May 2018. There will be youth and parent focus groups. The focus groups are to help develop a campaign to improve knowledge about STI (sexually-transmitted infection) prevention and increase STI screening among youth in Howard County, Maryland. 

Participants in the focus groups will receive a $10 gift card. This focus group will last for about 60 minutes. Free food and beverages will be provided. Click here for more information on how to join.

Upcoming Parent Program: Tackle Teen’s Mental Health Challenges

Come to join Professor of Child Psychiatry, Jeff Q. Bostic, MD, EdD, of MedStar Georgetown University Hospital for the discussion of how to promote positive mental health in high school students, how to manage anxiety and stress, and how to engage with your teenager to recognize and respond to emotional distress. Professor Bostic has worked with approximately 100 school districts in USA and abroad regarding school mental health.

Location: RHHS Media Center

Committee Chair Needed for 2017-2018 School Year PTSA

Are you interested in becoming more involved in your child’s educational experience? Would you like to meet other RHHS parents and learn firsthand from teachers and administrators  what’s happening in your child’s school?  Then the Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) is the place for you! 

Please email president@riverhillptsa.org if you are interested in learning more about the position listed below.

  • Reflections: Coordinates and publicizes RHHS student participation in National PTA-sponsored Reflections Program.