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6 Cars Drive Into Stores in Montgomery County

6 Cars Drive Into Stores in Montgomery County

Colleen Barrett, Print Copy Editor

June 12, 2018


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While stores are typically heavy with foot traffic from shoppers, it is not every day a shopper expects actual car traffic to come driving through the store window. On six separate occasions from March 26 to April 24, a car has driven into a retail store in Montgomery County. The first instance ...

Students Speak Up at Ford’s Theatre Oratory Festival

Students Speak Up at Ford’s Theatre Oratory Festival

Erin Bode

June 11, 2018


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Eight juniors participated in the Oratory Festival held at Ford's Theater May 21, performing speeches originally written as a part of their Advanced Placement Language classes with one student earning the highest honor or performing this speech to the Ford’s Theater board of directors in June. ...

Class of 2018 Bids Farewell

Class of 2018 Bids Farewell

Elenna Mach, Editor-In-Chief

June 8, 2018


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Students, families, staff and friends packed Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Constitution Hall in Washington D.C. May 31 to celebrate the class of 2018’s graduation on a day filled with excitement, cheers, laughs and even an on-stage flip. Every year various staff members, students a...

Former RHS Student Becomes Nickelodeon Actress

Former RHS Student Becomes Nickelodeon Actress

Alex Reynolds, Online Editor-in-Chief

May 21, 2018


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Former RHS student Amina Alzouma was brought on for the second season of Nickelodeon’s show “I Am Frankie” March 13 which is being filmed in Florida, causing her to move to Miami. The show first aired August 21, 2017 and stars Frankie, a teenage girl who is secretly an experimental android. Alzouma’s...

Maryland Signs Bill, Extends 2018-19 Calendar

Maryland Signs Bill, Extends 2018-19 Calendar

Zoe Moser, Sports Managing Editors

May 16, 2018


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The Maryland Legislature recently passed a bill giving Maryland school systems the ability to extend the school year for up to five days to June 20 from the current June 15 end date without having to apply for for a mandatory waiver, as previously required. While the bill partially contradicts Governo...

National Art Honor Society Designs, Paints Athlete Mural Over Trophy Case

National Art Honor Society Designs, Paints Athlete Mural Over Trophy Case

William Gangnath, Online Editor

May 15, 2018


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The National Art Honors Society (NAHS) began painting a mural above the gym trophy case in February, and is expected to complete it by the end of the school year. It will pay homage to RHS sports and athletes. The mural depicts athletes’ legs dressed in their specific sports attire, and once com...

Music Department Hits High Note with Inaugural Jazz Cafe

Music Department Hits High Note with Inaugural Jazz Cafe

Michael Carvajal, Online Associate Editor

May 9, 2018


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The Jazz Band held its inaugural Jazz Cafe May 4 in the cafeteria which featured performers from Jazz band, chorus and other solo performers, offering the musicians a chance to perform with each other outside of their regular concert performances. The Jazz Band performed a total of 20 pieces and featured severa...

MCPS Revamps Mental Health Protocol

MCPS Revamps Mental Health Protocol

Will Wheeler, Financial Specialist

May 9, 2018


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From March 19 to May 18 MCPS is implementing its new Signs of Suicide (SOS) and Prevention Program that is part of a reconstruction of the current mental health guidelines in response to growing mental health struggles among teens both nationally and locally. As part of this initiative, many students...

Tong Travels to Hong Kong for New Teaching Opportunity

Tong Travels to Hong Kong for New Teaching Opportunity

Olivia De'Ath, Staff Writer

May 7, 2018


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Walk into math teacher Carmen Tong’s classroom and it mirrors the inspiration and positive energy she aims to instill in her students. There are inspiring quotes from an array of international figures as well as signs reminding all that her room is a safe space. Building upon the many connections Tong...

2018-19 SGA / Class Officers

2018-19 SGA / Class Officers

Alex Reynolds, Online Editor-in-Chief

May 1, 2018


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The 2018-19 SGA/ Class Officer elections took place April 25 for all classes except for the departing class of 2018. Incoming freshman officers (class of 2022) will be voted for at the beginning of next school year.   2018-2019 SGA/Class Officers SGA Sr. President Kyle Pico SGA Jr. ...

2018-19 Rampage Staff

2018-19 Rampage Staff

April 26, 2018


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Vol. 51 Staff Contributing Writer: Jonathan Brake Staff writers: Teddy Bilodeau, Jack Horan & Justin Rhodes Multimedia videographer: Colin Roddy Photographer: Angelina Logsdon                                                                                 ...

2 Female SMOB Candidates Chosen

2 Female SMOB Candidates Chosen

Erin Bode, News Managing Editor

April 20, 2018


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While Student Member of the Board (SMOB) elections happen every year, this year's boasts some variety from previous years with both candidates hailing from the same school--Richard Montgomery--and both being female. The election will take place April 25, providing all students a chance to vote on th...

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