IMPORTANT INFORMATION for the 2021 RING CEREMONY for Junior Parents and Students
The Ring Ceremony will be held in the RRHS gym Friday, June 4th at 1:00pm.
Only one practice will be held in the RRHS gym Thursday, June 3rd at 2:00pm.
Any JUNIOR who is eligible to receive a ring may participate in this ring ceremony. You do NOT have to have purchased a ring to do so. You can use a ring you have purchased through the school, a ring you have purchased from an outside vendor, a relative’s ring, a friend’s ring, or no ring at all. (If you are not using a ring purchased through the school, you will need to bring the ring you are using to Mrs. Guidry on the day of the actual ceremony so that your ring can be placed in your gift bag.)
The traditional Ring Ceremony is an important part to the beginning of your SENIOR year. This is a rite of passage moment. Therefore, please dress appropriately (to impress) for the ring ceremony. Sunday dress is considered appropriate, along with approved school uniforms. (Ladies, remember, if necessary, plan to practice walking in the shoes you will be wearing.) Juniors will be given six tickets. Each Junior must select one of his or her six guests to place the ring on his or her finger. That same person will be the one to make the first turn of your ring at the end of the ceremony.
URGENT… Please email to firstname.lastname@example.org a favorite baby picture or a favorite picture of yourself when you were a young child. These pictures will be used in a slide presentation during the ring ceremony. EMAIL THESE PICTURES NO LATER THAN WEDNESDAY, MAY 19th @ 11:59pm.
Several speaking parts will need to be filled by members of the Junior class.. These parts will be dispersed on a first come, first serve basis. Please immediately email email@example.com if you are interested in any of the speaking or singing parts listed below.
Sing the national anthem.
Pledge of Allegiance
The Tradition of a Class Ring
Class of 2021 Closing Remarks
Other assistance will be required for making the slide presentations, making the sound tapes, putting up chairs, blowing up and attaching balloons to chairs, filling out gift tags, loading gift bags, etc.
Email Mrs. Guidry with any questions that you may have.
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