- Jaguar Scholars leadership program meets with US Congressman John Lewis on the hill
- Band playing during a recent football game
Because of our updated website and changes to our existing Yahoo group settings, we have transferred over to a new Google group. If you would like to receive an email daily with the RMBC morning announcements, please contact Mr. Eric Rodney (Eric_Rodney@mcpsmd.org) for access to the new Google group.
Stay up to date with all that is happening at RMHS by reading the online (or paper) copy of The Tide. You can find the online version here.
RMHS Update on Continuity of Learning (COL)
Information about the Continuation of Learning (COL) can be found below. It was also sent to parents via email. Full details of the email can be found here. (Updated 4/1/2020)
RMHS Counseling Resources
For counselor's emails, office hours, or for multiple resources available to families during this time, please access this link: https://sites.google.com/mcpsmd.net/rmhs-school-counseling-site/home
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Links
Richard Montgomery High School and all Montgomery County Public Schools will be closed from Monday, March 16, through Friday, April 24, as part of a statewide effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Please use the following link to learn updates and information from MCPS related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), including how to access instructional materials at home and locations for Grab & Go Meals: https://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/coronavirus/
Link to the CDC Website: https://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2020/s-0303-Additional-COVID-19-infections.html
Link to the CDC Travel Warning List: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/
This is a friendly reminder that students should not be parking in the assigned numbered parking spaces in either parking lot. These spaces are reserved for staff. Students with approved 2019-2020 first semester parking permits can park in the student parking spaces only. Parking in the visitor lot on Fleet Street is also prohibited. Vehicles are subject to tow at owner's expensive if in violation of the rules listed above. Parking permit applications for second semester are currently under review. Parents will receive an email notifying them if a student has been approved for second semester.
Phone Number Updates
The existing number (301) 610-8000 will be forwarded until the end of July 2019. After that time, you will need to use the new main phone number (240) 740-6100.
The following are also important numbers you may need moving forward:
- Main Office – (240) 740-6100
- Attendance Office – (240) 740-6101
- Counseling Office – (240) 740-6120
- Registrar – (240) 740-6122
- Career Center – (240) 740-6135
- Health Room – (240) 740-6102
- IB Office – (240) 740-6165
- Athletic Director – (240) 740-6150
- Financial Office – (240) 740-6112
- Security – (240) 740-6115
Have questions about the new MyMCPS portal. Click on the links below to find out more information. Parents can now update their emergency cards and upload their athletic medical forms to the portal.
2019-2020 Student Policies Advocacy at Richard Montgomery
Please review the following link related to our updated attendance policies (March 9, 2020). The information was emailed to parents on March 5, 2020 and relayed to students over the morning announcements on March 6, 2020.
Check out this document to see how students, parents, and staff all work together to advocate for the needs of our students.
Please note the revised department assessment days outlined below, effective immediately. This list is to ensure students do not have an overwhelming number of assessments on any given day:
- Monday: Social Studies, World Languages
- Tuesday: English/ESOL, Science/Tech Ed
- Wednesday: Math, Social Studies
- Thursday: World Languages, English/ESOL
- Friday: Science/Tech Ed, Math
*Physical Education (PE) and the Arts may give an assessment on any day of the week.
With respect to this policy, an assessment is a major formative or summative assessment covering multiple skills or standards, or units/chapters. Exit cards and other checking-for-understanding assessments are not considered major formative and summative assessments. Major assessments may fall under the formative, summative, or test/quiz grade book categories. A major assessment may be, but is not limited to, an exam, test, quiz, or project. If a teacher or PLC decides to delay an assessment based on student preparedness, data, or other factors, the assessment must be moved to the next available department day. If unexpected or external factors beyond a teacher’s control (weather, holiday) delay a teacher or PLC’s assessment, the teacher(s) will work collaboratively with their class(es) to determine the next most appropriate day to administer the assessment.
2019-2020 Upcoming Events & Information
Find out what's happening at RMHS by visiting the upcoming events and information page.
RM students are up to amazing things! Learn about some of our students' recent newsworthy accomplishments on our Student Newsmakers.
If you're coming to the school, please review our visitor information page for details on where to park and what to bring with you.
Pedestrian and Driver Safety
The City of Rockville Police department reminds drivers and pedestrians of the following safety tips.
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