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Ice Cream Social: Monday, 8/21
Welcome Back Red Hill Families! Our Annual Ice Cream Social will be held Monday, August 21 from 4:00-5:30 in the quad. 

Come find out who your student's teacher will be for the school year, order some of the latest Spirit Wear, and enjoy ice cream with your friends. This is such a fun way to kick off the start of another exciting year as a Red Hill Rocket! 

Please contact Allison De Maria at if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you all soon!

Kindergarten Orientation: Monday, 8/21
Kindergarten parents are invited to a brief orientation on Monday, 8/21 at 11:00 am in the Multipurpose Room.

During the orientation, the principal, Mr. Neddersen, will review basic procedures such as drop off, pick up, and snack time. In addition, he will also share ways parents can get involved in their child's education!

We look forward to seeing you there!

2017-18 Spirit Wear: Order Online!
Once again, in addition to traditional uniforms, students will have the option to wear Spirit Wear t-shirts any day of the week. 

Spirit wear items on sale include standard Red Hill t-shirts, fitted t-shirts for girls, and bling wear. All of our spirit wear is available in youth and adult sizing, so get some for yourself and show your Red Hill Pride!

Please Note: All t-shirts this year will be Next Level brand, 100% cotton.  In the past, our standard t-shirts were produced by Gildan, so sizing may vary slightly. Sample t-shirts will be available in the front office beginning on 7/31. 

All orders placed before Monday, 8/7 will be available for pick up at the Ice Cream Social on Monday, 8/21! Just in time for the first day of school!!

Click HERE to order your spirit wear online!

Questions? Contact Red Hill's Spirit Wear Chair, Becky Grimes at

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2017-18 School Supplies: Save Time and Order Online!
Skip the long lines at the end of the summer and order your pre-packaged school supplies online!! 

Red Hill has partnered this year with School Tool Box to pre-sell the school supplies your child will need for next year. The materials have been selected and customized by our teachers at each grade level and we offer this as a convenience to parents.

Place your order online and it will be delivered directly to your home address. Additionally, you will have the option to customize your order by adding or removing items from the teacher approved list, Already have a ruler and scissors? Remove them! Need an additional box of crayons for home? Add them! It's that simple! Click HERE to order!

Items may not arrive in time for the first day of school since the order deadline has passed, however you may still order school supplies for the year.

Save Your Box Tops and Support RH!
The Box Tops for Education (BTFE) program helps Red Hill Elementary earn 10 cents for every Box Top you clip, and those dimes add up fast- each school can earn up to $20,000 per year!!

Use THIS collection sheet or even a Ziploc bag and turn the Box Tops in to the Red Hill front office or to your child's teacher.  Include your child's name and teacher's name, and your student will be receiving a "Caught in the Act" for every 10 Box Tops turned in.

Thank you for supporting Red Hill Elementary!! 

Don't Forget to Record Your Volunteer Hours!
Each year, the Red Hill PTA is required to report the number of volunteer hours that are completed by our school community

Volunteer hours are collected and reported to maintain the PTA's federal tax exemption status. As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, the PTA must receive one-third of its support from the general public. The recorded hours from volunteers are proof of this.

You can periodically record your volunteer hours online HERE

If unable to use the online form, please stop by the front office and record the hours you have volunteered for Red Hill students, staff, and community! There is a clipboard labeled "Volunteer Hours" near the sign-in sheet on the counter in the front office.

Thank you for your support! 

Questions? Contact Red Hill's Historian, Christy Bianchi at