Sophomore Leadership Opportunities

  Dear 10th Grade Students and Families, The RHS Counseling Department would like to inform all 10th grade students of upcoming leadership  opportunities for their 11th grade school year. In order to take advantage of these possible leadership  opportunities, interested students  need to provide a written statement as to why they should be selected for a leadership opportunity (250 word max). Please send your statements to Mrs. Rion at BY Tuesday November 25th, 2021 . Please note that all leadership opportunities have a written and interview portion to the selection process. All interviews for leadership opportunities will take place on Tuesday November 30th. The following links will direct students to the 2 leadership opportunities that are available. Please note that all leadership applicants are candidates for either option. HOBY-HughO’Brien Youth Leadership: What is HOBY Video?   Junior Leadership Akron: Junior Leadership Akron If you have any questions

Holiday Season Date Reminders

The snow on the ground this morning is a great reminder that the holiday season is quickly approaching. I want to take this opportunity to remind everyone about which days we have off and adjustments to our schedules from now until the start of winter break. If you do plan on taking additional vacation days, we encourage you to complete the Planned Absence Form so that our students will be able to keep up with their assignments.  Tuesday, November 16 - Sophomore class trip to visit CVCC Wednesday, November 17 - Late arrival for all students. Staff will attend their Professional Learning Committees (PLC). Classes start at 8:34 am. Thursday, November 25 - Start of Thanksgiving Break. We have school on Wednesday, 11/24. Monday, November 29 - No school. Classes resume Tuesday, November 30.  Wednesday, December 1 - Minutemen Time Schedule. Regular start time. Wednesday, December 8 - SENIORS ONLY Late arrival. Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors report at normal time. PACT and PSAT scores will



10th Grade Visit to CVCC

  10th Grade Visit to CVCC on November 16, 2021  Hello, Parents and Guardians of the Class of 2024 (Sophomores), Cuyahoga Valley Career Center is a fantastic option and opportunity for Revere High School students. The pathways and experiences that they offer are the ideal blends of hands-on technical training and traditional classroom instruction for some of our students. We believe that all students should have the chance to visit the school, learn about the programs that are offered, and ask questions from the students and staff to make an educated decision about if CVCC is right for them. On Tuesday, November 16, all students in the graduation class of 2024 will attend a field trip to CVCC. Busses will leave RHS at approximately 8:35 am and return by 11:00 am. Parents interested in learning more about CVCC can visit their website at and attend the Student/Parent Information Night on January 20, 2022, at 7:00 pm.  Sincerely, Andy Peltz

Revere Community C.A.R.E. Meeting and Program

  Revere Community C.A.R.E. is sponsoring a program---for parents and other interested adults---about “Self-Harm and Anxiety Issues” on Wednesday, November 17, 6:30-8:00 p.m., in the  Revere High School auditorium.   Representatives from Greenleaf Family Center will provide information on warning signs to look for to determine if a child is engaging in self-harm or unhealthy coping behaviors and will share healthy ways for parents to help their child manage stress and anxiety. No advance registration is required.  Pandemic protocols in effect at the time will be observed.  Our next general C.A.R.E. meeting will be held on Monday, December 13, 1-2:30 p.m., at the Richfield Branch Library.  Those unable to attend in person may participate virtually.  A Zoom link will be sent closer to the meeting date. Unfortunately, we had to cancel our poinsettia fundraiser with Constantine's Garden Center for this year.  They were seriously shorted on their plant order and are unable to accommodat

Halloween and Minutemen Time

Re: Halloween Costumes & Second Minutemen Time Rotation Students at RHS will be allowed to wear a costume to school on Friday, October 29th. As a person who will always be a kid at heart, dressing up on Halloween is something I look forward to. To make this day fun and safe for everyone, please take the time to review the following guidelines with your student. 1) Masks/hoods that completely cover the face are not permitted. Hats, wigs, and simple make-up are fine. 2) Please leave all costume extras/props at home. It should go without saying, but this includes any toy weapon/contraband-inspired item. 3) Think safety first and fashion second. The students will have to be in these costumes all day. Overheating, tripping hazards, and bathroom accessibility need to be considered. Students are expected to participate in their classes. 4) The Yearbook class will host a costume contest. Students who want to participate in the contest must have their pictures taken before school in the caf

Veteran's Day Assembly

  RE: Veteran’s Day Breakfast and Assembly - Thursday, November 11, 2021 Good morning, Revere High School will be hosting our annual Veteran’s Day Breakfast and Assembly on Thursday, November 11, 2021, between the hours of 8:45 am and 11:00 am . We would like to honor as many brave men and women who have served our country and need your help. If you, a family member, or a friend are an active or retired member of our armed forces and would like to attend, please complete this RHS Veteran’s Day RSVP Form so that we can accurately plan for breakfast and seating. You may also email/call Jessica Baird to RSVP at or 330-523-3202. We also welcome any parent or spouse of a deceased veteran to join us to remember those who have passed away. We ask that all attendees use St. Victor’s parking lot, walk across the street, and enter through our main entrance. Agenda 8:45-9:45 - Breakfast in the Revere High School Cafeteria. Our Richfield Elementary 1st graders will per