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Sara Crouch is a senior and has been the Editor & Chief of the Raider Rambler since its creation in October of 2015. She is responsible for the editing, publicity, and article management of the ‘Rambler and will occasionally contribute articles about different events at Reynolds High School. Sara is also heavily involved throughout the rest of the school. She is the NHS Vice President, Key Club Secretary, a member of Mock Trial, R.A.L.C, R.A.D.D, and an Alto II in the RHS Pro Cantorum Choir and Expressions Choir. Sara aspires to work for the United Nations one day while writing for National Geographic on the side, and enjoys watching movies, reading books, chilling with Outdoor Schoolers, and drinking LOTS of coffee. She hopes you enjoy The Raider Rambler and all of its contents and consider joining our wonderful staff of reporters, photographers, and web managers in bringing the stories of Reynolds High School to the public eye.

Latest posts

Club Showcase a success

The first Reynolds Club Showcase was hosted on Friday, May 5 from 6-8 PM in the RHS Multipurpose Room. A chance for clubs to showcase what they accomplished during the 2016-2017 year, 20 out of the 32 after school clubs at RHS participated in this event according to ASB Commissioner of Arts and Culture Jasmine Teeny.

 

“The Club Showcase was a night dedicated to showing family and friends the amazing activities/events each club has done over this past school year,” said Teeny.

Raider Rumble ready to roll

The Raider Rumble will be taking place this Friday, May 19 from 12-3. This year, activities will include a giant tricycle race, tie-dye, henna, a hungry hippo inflatable, a petting zoo, a talent show, volleyball, basketball, and soccer tournaments and many more. The carnival ride will be “The Tornado” and food options will include the Chicken Sundae Truck, the Taco Truck, Elephant Ears, J Gelati, Jamba Juice, Voodoo Doughnuts, Black Rock, Fruit stand, and the Raider Grill.

Reynolds High School spring break carnival

Reynolds High School is hosting Raider Days: A Spring Break Carnival presented by Davis Shows Northwest Friday, March 24th through Sunday, April 2nd. Proceeds from the carnival will assist in supporting student activities at the high school.  Located in the RMS parking lot and open to the public this event will offer a variety of rides, games and concessions for all ages.  RHS is committed to being good to its neighbors and is working closely with the City of Fairview to ensure noise ordinances are observed.

Raider 2 Raider has family night

The first Raider 2 Raider Family Night was held on February 16. The aim of the family night was to help students new to the country feel included in the Reynolds school community and to inform parents about how they can be involved in their children’s education at Reynolds. In addition, it was an opportunity for families to meet and interact with other parents.

Outdoor School seeks high school student leaders

MESD Outdoor School, the Portland metro-area outdoor science public education program for 6th graders is looking for high school student leaders. As a student leader, you take care of a cabin group of eight 6th graders overnight, during meals, and times in between for a week.Throughout the days you are given a group of six to eight students for 2 three hour blocks each day in which you teach about one of the four subjects: water, plants, animals and soil. At MESD Outdoor School, teaching is individual and hands-on; leaders teach students through experiments and nature activities.

Big Fish Draws Big Crowds

Big Fish, this year's RHS musical, has left students around campus raving. This tear-jerking, laugh out loud show has been one of the best that I have seen RHS put on. The cast's phenomenal vocals created an intriguing setting that viewers could not take their eyes off and told a story that brought the house to tears.