Burger AM Announcements

  •  ANNOUNCEMENTS- Tuesday, April 13, 2021


    This is Autism Awareness Month.  For years, the slogan for Autism Awareness has been, “Until All the Pieces Fit.”  Here at Burger, we make all the pieces fit.  To do this, we have seen people beyond their disabilities, gender, beliefs, ethnicities, etc. and accepted that everyone is different.  We have learned to embrace those differences!  In your 1st Period classes, have each student choose a puzzle piece to sign his or her name on  to show we all fit!

    *Teachers, please write in names of absent students from your rosters for Monday and Tuesday on a blank puzzle piece.

    *Teachers and All Staff  (including Substitutes), AFTER your students have signed from BOTH Cohorts (Tuesday), please sign one of the puzzle pieces and return it to the Main Office.  If you have only full sheets or you do not have a first period classroom, there will be some in the Main Office to sign. They will be available to sign through Wednesday at 12pm.  Thank you!

    Anyone interested in trying out for JV or Varsity Softball: tryouts will begin on Monday, April 19th. Please see Coach Allen for more information.

    Tryouts for JV and Varsity Baseball will begin on Monday, April 19th. They will be held at ROTH Field from 3:00 to 6:00.  Anyone  interested in trying out must complete all Family ID requirements.  See coach Raz or Basal if you have any questions.    

    Attention softball players or those who want to learn the game of softball.  Just about 2 weeks from today will be softball tryouts for Mod A and Mod B Girls’ Softball.  Family ID has now opened for those sports and you MUST have the form completed and approved by your school nurse before you can attend tryouts.  If you have further questions feel free to e-mail Coach D. Finewood or Coach K Blair.

    The Girls’ Modified A Soccer Team lost a close game on Saturday against Fairport. Page Cenzi scored the only goal for RH on a beautiful shot in the upper right corner. Leah Kelsey, McKinley Gilman, Marion Barry and Layla McLean also had an incredible game. RH plays Eastridge this Saturday at home. Good luck ladies!

    The RH Modified Cross Country Team made the trip across town to Pittsford to race against Calkins Road School on a beautiful Saturday. Both the boys and girls races were close ones. The boys fell to Calkins Road with a score of 22 to 46. The top 5 runners continue to be solid, but the highlight of the day was the personal bests recorded by all the boys. The biggest improvement was seen by Ryan Brock, Noah Conner, Swarnim Sapkota and Jeremy St. John.

    The girls held on, to come away with a 27-29 victory. The top runners performed well, but once again personal records were turned in by all the girls with the biggest improvements being turned in by Siri Tadepelli, Iman Hdabee, Charlotte Roth and Zariah Johnson. 

    It was a great day to be a Royal Comet. Let’s work hard this week and finish strong.


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