Mark your calendars now for the annual Richardson High School back to school picnic. You’ll get an introduction to many of the activities at RHS and enjoy hotdogs and cold beverages with all your fellow Eagles. Festivities start as 6:00pm sharp inside Eagle Mustang stadium and run until approximately 8:00pm. See you there!
The football schedule for the 2015-2016 school year is available below. Mark your calendars now to come out and cheer for your Richardson High School Eagles!
|8/21||MCKINNEY SCRIMMAGE||RON POE||7:00 PM|
|8/28||FRISCO HERITAGE||FRISCO MEMORIAL||7:30|
|9/4||LAKEVIEW CENTENNIAL||HOMER B. JOHNSON||7:30|
|10/2||NORTH MESQUITE*||MESQUITE MEMORIAL||7:30|
|10/30||MESQUITE HIGH *||HANBY STADIUM||7:30|
|* DISTRICT GAME|
|*** SENIOR NIGHT|
|8/21||MCKINNEY SCRIMMAGE||RON POE||5:00|
|9/10||WYLIE||BURNETT JR. HIGH||5:30|
|9/24||PEARCE||PHS B FIELD||5:30|
|10/15||MESQUITE HORN||BERRY MIDDLE SCHOOL||5:30|
|11/5||HIGHLAND PARK||HIGHLANDER STADIUM||5:30|
|8/21||MCKINNEY SCRIMMAGE||RON-POE STADIUM||5:00 PM|
|8/27||FRISCO HERITAGE||HERITAGE B FIELD||6:00-7:30|
|9/3||LAKEVIEW CENTENNIAL||NAAMAN FOREST B FIELD||5:30-7:00|
|9/17||GOLD VS BERKNER||TBA||5:30|
|10/1||NORTH MESQUITE||MESQUITE MEMORIAL||5:30-7:00|
|10/22||BERKNER||BERKNER B FIELD||5:30-7:00|
|* Gold times listed first|
|Brian Chandler||Head Coach/Athletic Coordinator | Office: 469-593-3055 Cell: 214-536-0572|
|Bob Dubey||RISD AD|
To be eligible to participate in any athletic program at RHS, all student-athletes need to complete a physical before the first official practice begins. If you’re a returning RHS athlete, or a West or Westwood Junior High athlete attending RHS in the fall, then here’s a great opportunity to get your physical taken care of now.
Richardson High School is hosting a spring physical athletic training fundraiser on Tuesday, May 19th and the details of the event are below.
WHO: All returning Athletes to RHS including West Junior High School and Westwood Junior High School
WHEN: Tuesday, May 19th
WHERE: The RHS freshmen gym
TIME: 6:30pm- 8pm
COST: $15 (cash only)
Please complete the physical packet before you come. It can be picked up from the Athletic Training Room or from your coach, or it can be downloaded here.
The RHS ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB is offering YOU a chance to win $100 and get “Published” on the Front Cover of the RHS Athletic Booster Club Program Book for the 2015-16 season. This is the Program Book that is sold at the RHS Varsity Football Games.
Your entry must represent: “FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS” or “RHS SCHOOL SPIRIT” (see examples of Program Covers on the RHS ABC website: http://rhsabc.org/artcontest)
Artwork MUST be submitted in the format(s) listed below:
File formats: Photoshop, Illustrator, pdf, tiff, jpeg. The file must be high resolution.
Trim size is 8.5 wide x 11 tall. Resolution in Photoshop is 300 dpi, not the default 72 dpi. Please double check this as you begin, you can’t go from 72 to 300 later. You must start at 300 dpi.
1/8″ bleed on all 4 sides has to be included. The bleed will trim off in production and will not show in the final book but we need it to print.
CMYK for printing (Cyan, magenta, yellow, black – 4 color printing).
ENTRIES DUE NO LATER THAN FRIDAY, MAY 15, 2015.
Email your entry to: email@example.com
Please include your name, grade and contact information. Winner will be notified before May 30, 2015.
The need for year round secondary athletic training and conditioning is more evident as the physical demands on the student/athlete increase. In order to maintain the development and competitiveness of the student athletes at Richardson High School, it is critical for us to offer summer strength and conditioning programs to keep pace with our competitors.
These programs will provide for the following:
- Program Continuity
- Acclimation to Summer Heat
- Promote Team Building
- Smoother Transition for 9th Graders
- Stronger Student/Coach Relationship
- Increased Skill Level
- Safety Through Strength Development
- Improved Agility
- Strong Work Ethic
- Strong Self-Esteem
LOCATION: Richardson High School Weight Room & Eagle-Mustang Stadium
ELIGIBILTY: All incoming 7th – 12th grade students who live in the RISD attendance areas.
REGISTRATION: Pre-register through Coach Chandler or Coach Gunter with form/payment by May 31st. The registration form can be found here.
You may also register/pay on the first day of camp for the weeks attended. Females can pay through Coach Wright or Coach Conner
- June 15- JULY 30 ALL MALES.
- 7th -12 females will go June 8TH– JULY 16TH
Note that males will not work out the week of July 4th (6-29 – 7/3), however FEMALES WILL
TUITION: $120.00 for the 6-week session ($20 per week)
Each week consists of 4 days of training (Monday – Thursday).
- 10th – 12th grade males session: 7:30 am – 9:30 am
- 7th-12th grade females: 8:00 am – 9:30 am
- In coming 7TH -9th males: 9:30 am – 11:00 am
*Reduced Tuition ($10/week) may be applied if student/athlete qualifies for free and/or reduced lunch.
ENROLLMENT: Enrollment in the strength & conditioning sessions is voluntary and not mandatory for participation in RISD athletics. Payment must be made prior to the start of the session and paid in full for the number of weeks enrolled. All checks/money orders need to be made payable to Richardson ISD Athletic Department. The registration form can be found here.
GUIDELINES: All UIL guidelines will be followed.
ATTIRE: Regular sport attire such as shorts, t-shirt, socks, tennis shoes.
INSTRUCTORS: Members of the Richardson High School coaching staff
The RHS Swimming and Diving Team celebrated their 2014-2015 season at a banquet on April 7th.
Girls Team Results
The girls won 4 dual meets and lost one dual meet this year. They beat Mesquite ISD, Garland ISD, South Grand Prairie and Grand Prairie. They lost to Lewisville. The girls got 6th in District 10 6A behind Flower Mound, FM Hebron, FM Marcus, Lewisville and JJ Pearce. The girls placed 12th overall in the Region II-6A Championships.
Boys Team Results
The boys team won 4 dual meets and lost one dual meet this year. They beat Mesquite ISD, Garland ISD, South Grand Prairie and Grand Prairie. They lost to Lewisville. The boys also got 6th in District 10-6A behind the same teams and oddly enough also placed 12th in Region II-6A championships.
Overall it was a successful season with most swimmers making personal records and performing their best races at their championship meet.
Most Outstanding Female Swimmer: junior, Brooke Wilson
Most Outstanding Make Swimmer: junior, Chris Brown
Eagle Excellence (Good Grades, Quality Swimming and Strong Character)
- Freshman: Alex Breazeale
- Sophomore: Andrew Plese
- Junior: Morgan Chen
- Senior: Ben Doherty
Academic All-American (seniors only): Ben Doherty
Academic All-State (juniors and seniors only):
- Morgan Chen
- Ben Doherty
- Lauren Dube
- Emma Hileman
- Sam Neckar
- Katherine Steinberger
1st Team: Ashlyn King and Brooke Wilson
2nd Team: Alex Breazeale, Chris Brown, Morgan Chen, Ben Doherty, Hannah Dunlap, Hailey Falies, Jacob Huang, Matt Kriess, Andrew Plese, Jose Ramirez-Ozaeta, Sofia Sacco and Madison Williams
2nd Team: Chris Brown, Brooke Wilson and Ashlyn King
Honorable Mention: Alex Breazeale
Team Record: Ashlyn King, Girls 1 Meter 6 Dive
Congratulations to the team on a great season!
- Beginners: Learn fundamentals of tennis (groundstrokes, volleys, serves) and court sense
- Intermediates: Develop confidence in game; focus on footwork
- Advanced: Develop high percentage game strategies and focus on mental toughness
- Have fun in the sun!!!
Boys & Girls entering 1st – 8th grade
June 22nd – 25th
June 29th – July 2nd
Camp runs Monday through Thursday, 8:45 am to 11:00 am. Rain make-up day will be Friday if needed.
The Richardson High School tennis courts, which are on Beltline Rd across from the high school.
What you need for camp
- Tennis Shoes
- Water Bottle
The cost of the camp is $85, or $75 if paid by June 15th. There is also a $10 discount for each additional child signed up per family.
Please mail the completed Camp Application along with payment to the address listed on application. Applications with payment can also be turned into the Richardson High School front office. Applications turned into the front office need to be placed in an envelope with Attn: Holly Matkins, Tennis Camp written on them. You will be contacted when your application is received!
Online registration and payment with credit card is also available at http://www.rhstenniscamps.com. Note that an additional online service charge will apply.
If you have any questions, please contact Holly Matkins, Head Richardson High School Tennis Coach. Additional contact information can be found in the Registration Form.
The RHS tennis team played the WT White Longhorn Tournament on Friday, April 9th, and as a team finished runner-up. The Eagles had lots of success across the board:
- AJ Hamilton/Gia Le beat our own RHS team Sydney Nobles /Levi Meyer in a CLOSE match in the Mixed Doubles A draw finals to earn 1st and 2nd place.
- Haris Jaffer/Annalis Mach beat our own RHS team Leah Melmed/Bryce Alford in a 3rd seat tie breaker in Mixed Doubles B to get 1st and 2nd place.
- Lilly Hale/Mikaylyn Barnett won girls A Doubles.
The all-day Varsity District tournament is scheduled for April 13th at the Fair Oaks Tennis Center.
If you’re involved in a school organization that is looking for fundraising ideas, or if you simply have a child enrolled in RISD, this is an event you won’t want to miss.
The RISD Council of PTAs presents the Vendor Fair and Parent Expo
The expo will be held Thursday, April 2, 2015, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm at the RISD Professional Development Center (PDC) located at 701 W. Beltline Road.
The expo will feature PTA, education and community group resources such as:
• Fundraising Ideas
• Spirit Wear
• Educational Services
• School Supplies
There will also be parenting resources such as:
• Summer Camps
• Therapy Services
• Tutoring Services
• Gift Ideas
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
FOOD TRUCK WILL BE OPEN DURING LUNCH FROM 11 – 1!
See you there!