Food Service Information

Please take a moment to fill out this short survey regarding your preference to days and times of pick-up for FREE meals for your children and the best way to serve our community!
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has extended FREE meals for all children under the age of 19 through the end of the 2021 School Year. Please tell us the best way we can help to serve your family!
Community Meal Survey
Questions? Contact Whitsons General Manager, Kate Caselli at
or (860)228-9474 ext. 3710

School Meals: 5 Reasons Why It’s Time to Try

January 25- 29, 2021

Starting today through January 29, the School Nutrition Association (SNACT) is promoting a social media campaign, School Meals: 5 Reasons Why It's Time to Try. The purpose of the campaign is to help increase awareness of the school meals programs. Districts and families can join in even if they do not participate in social media. The campaign includes graphics and information that can be used during the media week and continued through the rest of the year.

Schools can access the toolkit, which contains ideas for social media outreach, links to graphics, and a social media 101. For more information, please contact or

Daily Announcements

Remember to fill out the waiver form on FamilyID if you're able to leave early or come in late for semester 2 classes, which begin on January 29th. Students selecting to leave early must depart campus immediately after their last class of the day. Once a student leaves campus they may not return to campus unless they are participating in athletics and return after the school day has ended.  If you have already filled out a waiver for a year long class and nothing has changed, you do not need to submit another waiver. 
The yearbook will be sending out periodic surveys for information to help us fill this year's yearbook.  With so many clubs and activities not running, the yearbook needs your help. We want to make sure all students are represented in the book, so fill out the survey to be a part of your yearbook.  Also, please remember to pre-order your yearbook.  It is on sale now at  We sold out last year and there is a high probability we will this year as well.  Only students that pre-order are guaranteed a book. Please email Ms. Osowiecki or Ms. Thurber-Lund if you have any questions." 

Check your email for the launching of The RHAM Virtual Kindness Wall in Ms. Lori Bono’s honor. She herself was kind to everyone and believed in the power of kindness. Take a moment to put a smile on someone’s face by posting a kind message to a friend, staff member, sports team, club or the whole school.

Attention Female students: Girls Go Cyber club gives females an opportunity to collaborate and learn in the areas of cybersecurity and computer science. No prior experience is required, just an open mind and willingness to learn! Complete the survey that came to your email to sign up.  
Reach out to Mrs. Wetherell with any questions. 

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Journalism Club is looking for students to cover livestreamed RHAM sporting events. Write a short article about the game without needing to leave your couch or bed! If interested, please contact Ms. Clifton or
Ms. Osowiecki! 

Technology Department

Technology Support is available by using the below request portal or by emailing us at

Technology Support Request Portal

If are visiting RHAM for technology support we can be reached by calling
(860) 228-5300.

Core Values and Beliefs
RHAM High School is a community of students and adults working collaboratively to ensure teaching and learning take place in a safe, respectful and positive environment. We provide a rigorous comprehensive education to prepare students for post-secondary study, work and life. We provide diverse instruction designed to enable students to take responsibility for their own learning. We work with families and community members to support the personal, academic and career development of every student.

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Recent News

Regional School District No. 8 Board of Education prohibits harassment and discrimination in educational programs, services, or employment on the basis of race, color, religious creed, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability (including, but not limited to, intellectual disability, past or present history of mental disorder, physical disability or learning disability), genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by Connecticut state or federal nondiscrimination laws and in accordance with Titles VI, VII or the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments Act of 1973, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1991, and appropriate State laws and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The Title IX building coordinator is Christopher Mader who can be contacted at 85 Wall Street, Hebron CT 06248; telephone: 860-228-9474; fax: 860-228-5312; email: The 504 Coordinator is Jennifer Hoffman who can be contacted at 85 Wall Street, Hebron CT 06248; telephone: 860-228-9474; fax: 860-228-5312.
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