Riverhead High School Clubs AND EVENTS

News from RHS . . .

FRENCH IV CLASSES TAKE A FIELD TRIP TO THE FRISKY OYSTER
French

(February 5, 2015) RHS French Teacher Kris Cresser shared, "The French IV classes took a field trip to The Frisky Oyster restaurant in Greenport to experience real French cuisine for themselves! In class we do a big unit on the importance of French food culture, and its influence in the United States. Chef Robby Beaver was kind enough to open the restaurant just for our French students and created a menu especially for them, so that they were able to taste--in real-life--things we had only talked about in class (like black truffles, duck confit, and tarte tatin). The kids had a really great experience." Ms. Cresser added, "There was a reporter there from the Suffolk Times, who said she was writing a chef profile on Robby Beaver and wanted to include our event in her article." (Photos by Kristine Cresser (O'Donnell).

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LEADERS CLUB SPONSORS BLOOD DRIVE
BLOOD

Thanks to the Students and Staff who donated blood. The blood drive was a huge success! RHS collected 78 pints of blood! Leaders Club will be hosting another Blood Drive this Spring – look for the date on the RCSD Website!

Clubs at RHS OPEN HOUSE NIGHT

(September 11, 2014) Riverhead High School held its annual Open House on Thursday. The evening began in the school's new cafeteria, where parents picked up their schedule for the evening from the high school guidance counselors and administrators. Also in the cafeteria were student representatives from various clubs at the high school, who answered questions and signed up students for the 2014-15 school year. >More

(September 11, 2014) Riverhead High School held its annual Open House on Thursday, September 11th. The evening began in the school's new cafeteria, where parents picked up their schedule for the evening from the high school guidance counselors and administrators. Also in the cafeteria were student representatives from various clubs at the high school, who answered questions and signed up students for the 2014-15 school year. >More