Reservoir High School 2018 Commencement Ceremony Merriweather Post Pavilion May 30th, 2018 | 12:00 PM
Special (15) minute PTSA Elections Meeting before Dance Recital Friday, May 18, 2018 at 6:45 pm
RHS PTSA General Meetings Monthly on the Second Thursday 7:00 pm Staff Lounge
How does my social media profile know what I'm shopping for? Imagine this familiar scenario: you’re browsing online, looking up deals for your summer wardrobe. After a few minutes surfing, you take a break on social media. Suddenly, you see it – an ad for the same sandals and sun hat you just saw on an unrelated website! How are online ads tailored specifically to your tastes and interests? Knowing how your browsing information is tracked and used to create your ad suggestions will make you a safer and smarter consumer. To start, you can learn how to:
Post your security answers in the comments Playing “harmless” social media games may make yourself a target for identity theft. Public online posts asking you to comment your “dragon name” based off of words corresponding with your birthdate, if you remember your childhood phone number and address, or tagging a family member gives potential fraudsters answers to common security questions. For more details on how social media posts could make you a victim of identity theft, visit the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC) and read their post about sharing security answers on social media. "Congratulations, You've Won a Scam!"A message or pop-up promising prize money or a free vacation looks exciting, but the only prize from these messages is a scam. These types of scams offer phony rewards in exchange for personal information like Social Security numbers or bank account numbers. Here are red flags to identify a “You’ve Won” scam:
The offer seems “too good to be true”
The prize-giver requires financial information to pay a fee or tax on the prize
The images, text or formatting of the message appear “off” or inaccurate
For details about “You’ve Won” scams and how to report cyber crime, check out the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) STOP. THINK. CONNECT.™ tip card.Cyber Celebrities: The Enchantress of Numbers National Women’s History Month celebrates women who changed the world, and technology wouldn’t be what it is today without the vision of 19th-century countess and mathematician Ada Lovelace. Lovelace’s intellect and passion for mathematics inspired inventor and close friend Charles Babbage to call her “The Enchantress of Numbers.” Lovelace included her notes to her translations of Babbage’s lectures about his proposed “Analytical Machine,” which is recognized today as the first programmable computer. In her notes, Lovelace muses that such a machine could compute information other than numbers, if programmed to do so – a prediction over one hundred years before modern computers. Her notes also included an algorithm for use in the Analytical Machine, now considered the first published computer program.
RHS PTSA Mission
The PTSA values collaboration, diversity, commitment, accountability and respect.
There’s no better way to know what’s happening at RHS Discover Great Resources- We offers a variety of programs designed for parents as well as students. Tap into a Network- Share ideas, concerns and experiences with other parents and educators in the community. PTA functions are opportunities to meet other parents and teachers, building rapport and discussing issues that are on your mind. Watch Yourself Grow- By volunteering with our PTSA, you gain valuable experiences. It’s an opportunity to put your skills and hobbies to good use for a good cause—your child and all children in the community. Speak Up- Because the PTSA is a forum for exchanging ideas, you are encouraged to make suggestions. It's a way for you to more effectively suggest change at your child’s school. Witness Improvement- By getting involved at your child’s school you’ll be part of the solution, helping make positive changes. We play an important role in fundraising to provide building improvements, curriculum-based programs and social events. Be A Role Model. Set a good example for your students by being involved yourself. By becoming a PTSA member, you’ll be demonstrating to your child the importance you place on education!
RHS PTSA Sponsored Events/Clubs
Adopt-a-staff Member After Prom Ways & Means Staff Appreciation Parent Education Programs
Homecoming Coat Drive Student Recognition Programs Scholarships AND MANY MORE!
Reservoir High School
Reservoir High School is a community of learners who embrace the value of lifelong learning and the power of knowledge. Our overall mission is to develop each student’s interests, strengths, and potential, therefore we expect everyone in the school community to welcome and respect the diversity of backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences each person brings to Reservoir High School.
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