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In a world that revolves around credit, the concept of interest, loans, and paying on time are crucial information for teens to understand. RULH High School students in Mrs. Raus’ Personal Financial Management class created board games on the topic using vocabulary and concepts they had been taught. Through this activity, students learned that a credit card isn’t free money; the process of filling out a credit card application and checking their credit history and credit score; closing a credit card account; and a vast array of credit terminology. These valuable life tools are part of RULH High School's commitment to the future personal and financial success of young adults in our community.

Click on the image below to read "News From the Nest," the weekly newsletter from RULH Superintendent Jamie Wilkins containing information about the RULH School District, including our schools, staff and students.


RULH FCCLA members Haylee King, Katelynn Miller and Destini Stewart attended the National FCCLA Cluster Meeting in Washington, D.C. During the event, members participated in meetings and motivational sessions and obtained new knowledge and ideas on how they can improve their own leadership skills and rekindle passion for their own goals. While at the...


RULH Middle School students that achieved the goals of “AAA” for the first nine weeks were recently rewarded with a trip to a Cincinnati Cyclones hockey game. There were 80 students and nine staff members that took part, and for many of the participants, this was the first time they had ever been to a hockey game. The field trip was part of a Cyclones “Field Trip Day” and the RULH contingent joined other students from the area. Congratulations to all the students that earned this honor, and we look forward to taking even more students on the next trip.




Real Money. Real World., a financial literacy program offered through Ohio State University Extension, recently gave a presentation to 8th graders at RULH Middle School. The program began with lessons on jobs, taxes, house payments, insurance, and child care. It also included an interactive spending simulation in which students visited community volunteers to collect information about each aspect of their simulated lives and make lifestyle and budget choices similar to those made by 27-year-old adults. The program concluded back in the classroom with a post-session evaluation of spending choices made during the simulation.

Thanks to everyone that made this experience possible for our young people!


Region 3 President and RULH FCCLA Chapter President Haylee King recently attended Capitol Leadership training in Washington, D.C. The purpose of Capitol Leadership training is for today’s youth leaders to visit members of Congress. These visits and meetings between youth leaders and politicians aims to show senators and representatives the impact federal policies and laws have on our local schools and communities and gives youth an opportunity to explain all of the positive things that are happening in our schools and throughout Career and Technical Education, Family and Consumer Sciences, and FCCLA.

RULH Global Food students recently studied the process and techniques of food preservation. Students learned that food preservation increases shelf life, makes seasonal foods available year-round, increases variety in the diet, stabilizes prices and food shortages, decreases waste from spoilage, and improves nutrition. Home canning also reduces carbon footprints and creates a more sustainable environment. During the lesson, students made jerky through the drying and dehydration process and prepared strawberry Jam using the canning process.
Some of you may have heard this month being referred to as “No Shave November”. In honor of this occasion, Mr. Doug Bowery and Mr. Chris Young are going to grow their hair out to raise money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The RULH High School Class (9-12) that raises the most money will have names chosen at random to shave the heads and faces of both men during the HS Girls and Boys Basketball games on Saturday, December 2nd. Periodic updates of the regrowing process will be posted on the RULH High School Facebook Page(@RULHHs). Watch them grow for a great cause!
RULH students Haylee King, Jennifer Eichner, Destini Stewart, Katelynn Miller, Gregoryona Miller, Tori Inskeep and Shelby Smith attend Ohio FCCLA Fall Leadership Training at Heartland Retreat on Oct 9th and Oct 10th, 2017. RULH FCCLA members were provided...
The elementary school was awarded the bronze award for excellence in PBIS. The evaluation process consisted of providing evidence of meeting items on a rubric and was carried out by the RULH Elementary PBIS subcommittee. Congratulations to the RULH Elementary Staff!  

Please click the link below to read the newspaper article from the Maysville Ledger Independent.

Cadet Captain Dunn Receives Legion of Valor Award
Congratulations to Cadet Captain Brian Dunn on receiving the Legion of Valor Award.  The award is the highest achieved award the MCJROTC program recognizes.  Only 5 cadets out of the 255 schools enrolled in the program receive this distinguished award.  Congratulations Cadet Captain Dunn!
House Bill 410 has changed how schools must deal with truancy and absenteeism. Please read the following letter from Superintendent James Wilkins. Click HERE for the letter. 
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RULH Selects Teacher of the Year Each year, staff at RULH selects a teacher for the Teacher of the Year Award. This year's recipient is Mrs. Tammy Pfeffer, High School Intervention Specialist. 
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