General Info

Assistant Principal: Jason Chatterton

Assistant Principal:  Sarah Peterson

Dean of Students:  Doug Taylor

Office Manager: Tiffany Whitehurst

Grade Levels:  9 – 12

Location

675 SW Rimrock
Redmond, OR 97756

Hours

Office Hours:  

Mon-Fri 7:00 am – 3:00 pm 

Classroom Hours:

Mon-Fri 7:30 am – 2:30 pm

Phone

Office: 541-923-4800

Fax: 541-548-0809

Attendance: 541-923-4805

Congratulations to our 2019 Scholastic Art Award Winners!

 

RHS student winners of this year’s Scholastic Art Awards. The exhibition opening and awards ceremony hosted at COCC’s Pinckney Gallery this weekend was a success for RHS!  Our winners are: Genevieve Burk, Alexis Calavan, McKaylie Capps, Charlene Davenport, Jazmin Granados, Chloe Knudsen, Katy Olivera, Emily Osborne, Kyler Outman, and Erin Wanamaker.

RHS Students Shine at the Scholastic Arts Competition

RHS students won many honors at this year’s Scholastic Art Competition.  20 medals were earned including six Gold Keys, three Silver Keys, and one Senior art portfolio. Gold Key works move on to national judging where they can earn further awards. Student work will be an exhibit at COCC’s Pinckney Gallery for the month of February.  Great Job RHS Artists!

http://rhs.redmond.k12.or.us/files/2019/02/2019-Invite-Flyer-to-Exhibit-n-Ceremony.pdf

 

Poetry Out Loud Competition

 

Redmond High School will participate in a Poetry Out Loud contest on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019 at 7 p.m.

The competition, presented in partnership with the Oregon Arts Commission, National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation, is part of a national program that encourages high students to learn about poetry through memorization, performance, and competition. Over the past 12 years, Poetry Out Loud has reached more than 3 million students and 45,000 teachers nationwide.

More than 20 students from Redmond High will participate in the contest held at the Clyde Moore Auditorium of Redmond High School. The winner of the competition will advance to the state contest in spring 2019. The Oregon state champion will go on to the national finals held in Washington, D.C. in April 2019.

Redmond High’s Virginia Johnson will serve as master of ceremonies; local celebrity guest judges include Melissa Eaton and Graham Fox.

Eaton, a lifelong Bend resident, graduated from Sweet Briar College where she spent four years writing in workshops and one-on-one independent studies with poet Mary Oliver and author John Gregory Brown. Her poem “Stream” won 3the rd place in the inaugural The Source/OSU-Cascades MFA annual poetry contest, and other poems will appear this spring in Sixfold magazine and Crosswinds Poetry Journal.

Graham Fox is a community librarian for Deschutes Public Library at the Redmond Library. He has a degree in English education, creative writing and a master’s in library science.

The competition is free and open to the public.

Please contact Redmond High’s Angela Liesching for more information at 541-923-4800 extension 1925.

2019 Graduation

Put it on your calendar! June 7th 7pm.

Athletic Training Student Aides

Athletic Training Student Aides hard at work! Provided first aid care to over 1300 wrestlers at the Oregon Wrestling Classics.

Attendance

Why Attendance and Chronic Absenteeism Matter:  Attendance has been proven to be one of the most powerful predictors of academic achievement and can have a dramatic impact on key milestones, including 3rd-grade reading, 9th-grade achievement, high school graduation, and life success.

Attendance: (541) 923-4800 ext 1710

 

FFA Wins State Title in Vet Science

RHS FFA – Excellent job in Tulelake this weekend! Next stop… Chico in March.

Inclement Weather Information

Weather updates will post here

Student VS Teacher Basketball Game

A great RHS tradition!

RHS logo

Home of the Panthers

Our Principals

Assistant Principal at Redmond High School (RHS) for three years. He is currently sharing principal responsibilities with Assistant Principal Sarah Peterson until the principal vacancy is filled later this year. Before RHS, he taught math at David Douglas High School for 13 years and was the director of the Ninth Grade Counts Summer program. He holds a bachelor and masters degree from Willamette University and completed his administrative licensure program at Lewis and Clark University. Jason Chatterton

Assistant Principal, Redmond High School

Assistant Principal at Redmond High School (RHS) for two years. She is currently sharing principal responsibilities with Assistant Principal Jason Chatterton until the principal vacancy is filled later this year. Prior to her role as Assistant Principal, she was the Dean and Leadership advisor at RHS. Before coming to RHS, Ms. Peterson taught science for 11 years at the secondary level in Reno, NV, Austin, TX, and Las Vegas, NV.  She holds degrees from Indiana University, University of Northern Colorado and Sierra Nevada College. Sarah Peterson

Assistant Principal, Redmond High School

Recent Events & Information

Graduation Gear

Attention Class of 2019! Graduation is June 7th, 2019!  It will be here before you know it so if you have not yet ordered your cap & gown for graduation day, your time is running out.  Please go to www.minersgrad.com to place your order.  You will receive your cap & gown unit on May 31st, your last day of school.  Please note: If you order any additional graduation merchandise from Miners, you will receive it shortly after your order is placed, either by mail sent directly to your home or through the Career Center.  If payment is an issue, Miners is more than willing to work with you, so please don’t delay in placing your order!

ASVAB

Attention Seniors!  If you have not taken the ASVAB yet, you have one more opportunity on February 14th, 2019.  Remember, the ASVAB is required for your Senior Portfolio!  Also, ASVAB will be open to any 10th or 11th graders who would like to take the test.  Testing begins at 7:30 AM in the RHS Library. Please sign up in the Career Center.

Yearbook Information

To the 2019 graduating class – We are down to our final yearbooks! They are almost all gone! The last few yearbooks can be purchased at the bookkeeper’s window for $60. Email angela.liesching@redmondschools.org if you have any questions. Senior portraits are due December 7th. Email them to Angela Liesching.

Senior quotes are due October 19th. Email them to Angela Liesching. Long quotes may be edited! Memory/baby ads are due November 30thYou may have heard an earlier date — it has been pushed back to Nov. 30th, but cannot be extended past then. The ad process is online only: go to yearbookordercenter.com, and use school code 13989 to create your ad. Be ready to upload photos, and pay with credit card. Reserve your yearbook now — don’t miss out! Until January the cost is only $55. After January, the price increases. The deadline to purchase a yearbook is in the middle of February, but they will sell out, so order early! Go to yearbookordercenter.com, and use school code 13989 to reserve your copy.