Aug. 23, 2018
Dates to Note
- Tues., 8/29 RIBLI Coffee Talk, 8:00-10:00a, See details below
- Mon., 9/03 No School, Labor Day Holiday
- Wed., 9/12 Conference Night, 4:30p-7:00p, (details to come)
- Tues., 9/18 RHS PTSA General Assembly Meeting, 6:00p, Media Ctr.
- Mon., 10/01 Seniors' Deadline to Enter Colleges in Naviance Student
CAS opportunity for Service and/or Action Hours
Chick-Fil-A Fall Stampede
is a 5k run/1 mile fun walk benefiting the
Children's Cancer Center
on September 8th at Curtis Hixon Park.
You will receive 4 service hours for attending and participating in this event.
College Bound Seniors
"Gearing up for College Applications with the Help of Naviance Student"
Mrs. Wright and Mrs. George will be holding a Coffee Talk session on Naviance Student and the college application process for
all IB and Traditional Senior Students and Parents.
Wednesday, August 29, 2018
8:00 - 10:00 a.m.
Robinson High School - Location TBD
(Parents will be directed to location upon check-in at Main Office)
Please join us for a hands-on workshop on how to use
This workshop is specific to
as a prep for the Guidance Office's October 1 Deadline for listing colleges, requesting transcripts, and recommendation letter requests.
Naviance Student is the primary tool our RHS students will use when applying to college.
It can be used to research information on colleges, designate colleges of interest, and build a college resume.
Student and parents can also use it to search for scholarship opportunities and much more.
Come and learn more about this amazing tool!
Please bring a computer to follow along if you have one!
Calling All Volunteers!
If you are interested in volunteering on campus or at any off-site events, you will first need to complete the on-line HCPS Volunteer form.
This is required to be filled out every year and is very easy to update if you have one on file from last year.
There are a number of ways you can assist our IB Staff and Students throughout the year. We will often feature volunteer or other assistance needs in this newsletter, with SignUp Genius links that make participation easy. If you have any questions about Volunteering, please feel free to contact Kim Davis, our RIBLI VP of Volunteers at Kimtodd.firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Your participation is one of the components that makes RHS the stellar campus it is and allows our students and teachers to focus on success in their academic pursuits! Thank you all for your support and Go Knights!" ~ Kim Davis
Robinson High School's awa
rd-winning College and Career Center
(nicknamed "the Cube"), assists RHS students in exploring their
post-secondary options and in clarifying their plans for after they graduate.
Cube Volunteer Training
Friday, August 24 from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
in the Cube (located in the Media Center)
If you are unable to attend the Training on the 24th or were unable to attend the Aug. 17 Orientation but
would like to learn about how you can be a part of
The Cube's volunteer team, please contact
Sherri Greenberg at
Due to the busy schedules of our IB Seniors, Cube Volunteers will not be calling in IB seniors from their classrooms. However, if any IB Seniors would like assistance with the college application process, they are encouraged to fill out a
Call Request Form located on the door to the Cube, or come to the Cube during their lunch or JA.
Mrs. George will also be holding college application sessions for seniors
every lunch period through Oct. 1st in the Guidance Conference room/IB office.
Assist our IB Students by Joining RIBLI
RIBLI is the nonprofit Robinson IB parent organization that supports IB programs. Solely through our family dues and donations, RIBLI provides our IB students, faculty and parents with:
- Resources uniquely for IB Classrooms through Grants to IB Teachers and Staff, including Software that supports IB Curriculum and Exams.
- Coordination and funding of RHS IB Events including the IB Pinning Ceremony for our Juniors, an Open House for Families interested in Robinson IB, student orientations, social events and a celebration for our Seniors. RIBLI also provides the pins for the Junior Pinning, the IB Graduation Stoles for Seniors & supplies for all other events.
- Information for both Prospective & Current Students through the RIBLI website.
- Volunteer/Proctor support for Senior IB Exams the last month of the school year.
- Access to the RIBLI Student/Family Directory which includes all IB Students.
- Timely information through the RIBLI E-Newsletter.
When you join RIBLI, you will receive access to the online membership directory. The directory is operated by My School Anywhere and can be accessed via your home computer or mobile app. The directory provides a great resource for parents to connect with each other about school events or assignments.
Only RIBLI Members are allowed access to the directory. So join today!
Once you join and validate your information you will receive an email from the Membership VP,
on how to access the full IB directory.
Thank you to the Families who have already joined!
TELP FAQs and Application
The Transportation Extended Learning Program (TELP)
is for students currently enrolled in the Robinson High School International Baccalaureate program who are eligible for transportation to/from a bus hub (Leto HS, Alonso HS, Westchase Elementary, or Plant HS) and wish to take part in the afternoon TELP program at their assigned hub or at Robinson HS. All completed and signed
should be returned to Lily Sallis, Guidance Secretary, or Mr. Hoover at Robinson High School as soon as possible. Students will not be able to participate in the TELP program until their application is turned in to the Robinson High School Guidance office.
TELP is offered at Robinson HS and the bus hub locations listed above from 3:40pm - 6pm (begins at 2:40 on Monday).
Robinson IB Student Planners
All Robinson IB 9th graders received a planner on the 1st day of school (compliments of RIBLI). Planner orders for 10th, 11th & 12th graders were delivered to homerooms on August 13th.
A limited number of
IB Student Planners are still available for sale. Click the link below to purchase. You can join RIBLI at the same time! Planners ordered by August 19th will be distributed to your student's Homeroom on Monday, August 20th.
Become a Partner in Robinson High School's Success
"Pride through Excellence"
The Robinson High School Foundation raises funds to support our school when county funds are not available. This money makes a huge difference in the daily lives of our teachers and students.
Recent school improvements include enhancing auditorium acoustics, installing a sun shade over the outdoor lunch area and providing multiple filtered & chilled water bottle filling stations on campus. However, capital improvements and other enhancements to the school grounds are not all The RHS Foundation supports.
The Foundation is the primary sponsor of
The Cube, RHS's College and Career Center, as well as
Naviance Student software for college and career planning (an integral tool for our students' future planning), which benefits all RHS's students. Other important contributions
for classroom and curriculum enhancements and supporting our
We hope to continue to assist RHS with future improvements and student & staff support, but can only do so through the generosity of our Community and Family partners.
Please help our Foundation by becoming a partner today!
Many of our partnerships include tickets to our Appreciation Party later in the school year. The event will provide a great way to engage with other Robinson families. Additionally, we will have an online auction in the fall which will be open to all RHS families and friends. Come join us!
Support our RHS PTSA
When you join the RHS PTSA, you are supporting programs and events
students, staff and the Robinson community. Whether it is
cial support or by volunteering your time, you will make a difference in our
RIBLI Support for Students
RIBLI provides financial support for students in need of assistance to purchase school books or supplies, to pay fees, or obtain necessary equipment to participate in sports and other extracurricular activities, or to complete summer assignments.