During the week of October 25 through October 29, 2020, Rolling Hills will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week, which highlights a time for communities to unite and take a stand against substance abuse by making healthy choices each day. We will be emphasizing healthy decision-making skills with students and have many fun activities planned for the week!  

Listed below are the scheduled themes for the week. We encourage all students to participate in the themes, but it is not mandatory. Please do not buy anything new to wear for the special activities planned for the week. 

Monday: To kick off Red Ribbon Week, we are asking all students to wear the color red!

Tuesday: Crazy hair/hat day!

Wednesday: Pajamas or sweatpants/sweatshirt day! (No slippers please)


Thursday: Neon colors and/or tie dye day!

Friday: “Take the Scare out of Hunger” Students may wear their Halloween costumes to school (Please no weapons or Halloween masks).

Students are asked to bring in a non-perishable food item. All food items will be donated to local food pantries. The SCA will be providing a snack for all students!

REMINDER: Breakfast is offered to ALL students free of charge. You do not need to qualify for free or reduced lunch for this program; however you are required to order a breakfast by accessing this GOOGLE FORM. You may order by the day, week, or the whole month. Students will pick up breakfast prior to homeroom. Lunch is also complementary and you do not need to order lunch for your child to participate.

Charlotte’s Web: On Wednesday, October 27th, Rolling Hills students will be traveling to VTHS for a “sneak peek” of this year’s VTHS Theater performance of Charolette’s Web (permission slip required). The Vernon Township High School Theater Department will be performing Charlotte’s Web on Thursday, October 28th, and Friday, October 29th, 2021, at 7:00 PM. Please see the flyer below. Tickets must be purchased online by clicking on the link.  Purchase Tickets

Scholastic Book Fair: November 1st – 12th The Scholastic Book Fair is a reading event that brings to our school the books children want to read. Although there will be a wonderful selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level available we recommend downloading the Book Fairs App to help you in finding the right book(s) for your child. Visit:.Bookfair App


Important Upcoming Dates

November 1st – 3rdScholastic Book Fair Preview

November 8th – 12th – Scholastic Book Fair

November 4th and 5th – Schools Closed NJEA Convention.

November 12th – End of the 1st Marking Period

November 19th – Report Cards Issued

November 24th – Early Dismissal Day (1:15 p.m.)

November 25th and 26th – Schools Closed – Thanksgiving