• Bon Appetit!

    Posted by Lorraine Brooks at 12/15/2014
     

    Students in Mme Broomall's Honors French 4 class visited a French Cooking blog http://www.nicerendezvous.com/car/200908023466/actu-n-1335.html to learn to make Salade Niçoise. Students brought in the needed ingredients, learned to prepare an authentic vinaigrette, and then wished each other, "Bon appetit" !

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  • TAC Volunteers

    Posted by Lorraine Brooks at 12/8/2014
     Teens Against Cancer members volunteered at the Christmas party for Tomorrow's Children of Hackensack Hospital.  This is just one of many activities that the club is involved in during the year.  Their adviser is Ms. Lucy Trotter.TAC  
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  • Bergen County Band

    Posted by Lorraine Brooks at 12/5/2014
    Congratulations to the following students who have been selected to participate in the 2014 BERGEN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BAND:
       Geisu Ann-1st flute and was the second high score on her instrument
     
       Nicholas Cardone-second chair bass clarinet who had the third highest score on his instrument
     
    Mr. Michael O'Reilly is their band teacher. 
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  • Our Most Excellent Select Choir

    Posted by Lorraine Brooks at 12/4/2014

    Congratulations to the RDHS Select Choir for their tremendous performance this morning at the North Jersey School Music Association High School Region I Choral Festival held at Teaneck High School!!  They received an Excellent rating (highest level) from both adjudicators who personally approached their teacher, Ms. Kathy Zintel, to compliment the choir’s tremendous level of excellence and artistry. The Select Choir will perform again at the High School Winter Concert on December 18th.

     

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  • Debate at Home

    Posted by Lorraine Brooks at 12/3/2014
     

    Apparently being home suits the debate team!  On Tuesday we had a great day as we hosted teams from Northern Valley Demarest, Northern Valley Old Tappan, Ridgefield Park, Becton Regional and Wood-Ridge for a varsity tournament.  Out of 24 two student teams, senior captains Joon Seo and Charlie Lee placed second overall, winning all four of their rounds.  In addition, Joon tied for the second place individual speaker and Charlie tied for third.  Sophomore Emily DiMaulo-Milk also took a share of the third place speaker award.  Finally, senior Erin Pak was named best judge of the tournament.  We are so proud of all of our debaters and judges, and the wonderful River Dell community for their support in running today's large event.

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  • Engineering Students Visit TZ Bridge Project

    Posted by Lorraine Brooks at 11/12/2014
     Last Monday, Ms. Dunn's Engineer Your World students, visited the new Tappan Zee Bridge Project offices in Tarrytown, NY.  They learned about all of the elements that are part of designing and building a bridge and had the opportunity to speak with the professionals who are  involved in the project.  After the seminar portion of the visit, they went to the viewing platform to see construction in action.  The remaining engineering classes will be visiting this Friday for the same program.tzbridge  
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  • Student's Art Work Exhibited

    Posted by Lorraine Brooks at 11/5/2014
     Congratulations to Ethan Lolk whose art was chosen to be exhibited at this week's NJEA Convention in Atlantic City. Ethan's teacher is Ms. Faunde. ethan  
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  • Debate Scores Again

    Posted by Lorraine Brooks at 11/5/2014
     

    The Debate Team continued its success , with seniors Joon Seo and Charlie Lee placing an impressive third out of 28 teams competing.  The tournament, held at Northern Valley Demarest, involved teams from Demarest, Cresskill, Tenafly, Leonia and Dumont.


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  • Student Photographer Wins Prize

    Posted by Lorraine Brooks at 11/5/2014

    Patrick Carney was a finalist in the National Wildlife Federation's photo contest! He received second place in the Youth Category, out of 29,000 entries to the entire contest. The prize is $250.

    Here is a link to the contest page: http://www.nwf.org/News-and-Magazines/National-Wildlife/PhotoZone/Archives/2014/2014-NW-Photo-Contest-Winners.aspx

     

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  • The Staff Loves Halloween

    Posted by Lorraine Brooks at 10/31/2014
     Many staff members donned costumes for Halloween and entered the SGO's annual contest.Halloween  
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