MLK Donation Deadline Extended to January 18th!

We will be collecting donations for the Martin Luther King Day of Service that will be held on January 21, 2019 this year through Friday, January 18.

Please help us reach our goal of  Building 150 Basic Survival Kits to help the Homeless with the students from National Honor Society (NHS).

We are seeking Donations of the following items:

  • New adult sized gloves, hats, socks, hand/foot warmers
  • Soap, toothpaste/toothbrush, deodorant, shampoo/conditioner
  • Hand lotion, lip balm
  • Small bottles of water
  • Non-perishable food items: fruit/granola bars, hard candy, nuts, fruit cups

If you prefer, Tax deductible Monetary Donations can be made via PayPal through Friday and funds will be used to purchase survival kit items on Saturday, January 19th.

Items can be dropped off at RBHS, local grade and middle schools and the following local organizations:  Riverside Library, Brookfield Library, North Riverside Commons with designated MLK Day of Service Donation Boxes through January 18

Life’s most persistent and urgent question is,

“What are you doing for others?”

–  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Questions?  Contact Christine Kawiecki at ckawiecki@yahoo.com

Reminder: Donations Needed For MLK Day of Service

This is a reminder that we are still collecting donations for the Martin Luther King Day of Service that will be held on January 21, 2019 this year.

We are collecting for and will be Building Basic Survival Kits to help the Homeless with the students from National Honor Society (NHS).

Help us to reach our goal of 150 survival kits

We are seeking Donations of the following items:

  • New adult sized gloves, hats, socks, hand/foot warmers
  • Soap, toothpaste/toothbrush, deodorant, shampoo/conditioner
  • Hand lotion, lip balm
  • Small bottles of water
  • Non-perishable food items: fruit/granola bars, hard candy, nuts, fruit cups

If you prefer, Tax deductible Monetary Donations can be made via PayPal.

Items can be dropped off at RBHS, local grade and middle schools and the following local organizations:  Riverside Library, Brookfield Library, North Riverside Commons with designated MLK Day of Service Donation Boxes through January 15

Life’s most persistent and urgent question is,

“What are you doing for others?”

–  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Questions?  Contact Christine Kawiecki at ckawiecki@yahoo.com

Happy New Year – Important Reminders from the PTO

We wish you all a very Happy and Healthy 2019!

A few important reminders from the PTO:

PTO Giving Tree – Our virtual Giving Tree is still available for you to make donations to a specific PTO sponsored event – Prom Tickets, MLK Service Project, Day of Service, Summer Academic Leadership Grants, Teacher and Staff Grants.

Amazon Smile – In the event that you are shopping the post holiday sales on-line, don’t forget to use Amazon Smile! When you choose to support  Riverside Brookfield High School PTO on Amazon Smile, a portion of your purchase will be sent to us to support our philanthropic endeavors!

PTO Membership – If you have not yet joined the PTO for the 2018-2019 school year, it is not too late. You can join today on-line!

PTO Directories – If you joined the PTO but have not yet picked up your directory, please have your child stop by the RB Office to pick-up your directory on Monday, January 7 when the kids return to school.

Martin Luther King Day of Service – Donations Needed!

The Martin Luther King Day of Service will be held on January 21, 2019 this year.

Once again, the PTO is teaming up with the students from National Honor Society (NHS)

We are collecting for and will be Building Basic Survival Kits to help the Homeless

Help us to reach our goal of 150 survival kits

We are seeking Donations of the following items:

  • New adult sized gloves, hats, socks, hand/foot warmers
  • Soap, toothpaste/toothbrush, deodorant, shampoo/conditioner
  • Hand lotion, lip balm
  • Small bottles of water
  • Non-perishable food items: fruit/granola bars, hard candy, nuts, fruit cups

If you prefer, Tax deductible Monetary Donations can be made via PayPal.

Items can be dropped off at RBHS, local grade and middle schools and the following local organizations:  Riverside Library, Brookfield Library, North Riverside Commons with designated MLK Day of Service Donation Boxes from December 15 – January 15

Life’s most persistent and urgent question is,

“What are you doing for others?”

–  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Questions?  Contact Christine Kawiecki at ckawiecki@yahoo.com

Come see us at Parent Teacher Conferences!

Stop by the PTO table at Parent/Teacher Conferences tomorrow –  Thursday, October 25, 2018!

The Giving Tree is back! Make a donation to support our upcoming Philanthropy events and student/teacher support services – Day of Service, MLK Service Day Project, Prom Ticket Giveaway, Teacher Appreciation Week, and many more!

We will also be kicking off our fall Tupperware sale. Stop by to pick up information on how you can get a jump on your holiday shopping while supporting the PTO!

Did you join the PTO but forget to pick-up your directory at Open House?

Stop by the table to pick it up! If you have not yet had a chance to join the PTO, it is not too late! Join tomorrow  and you can walk away with your directory in hand.

We will also have decals and Senior Yard signs for those of you that were waiting to see which fall clubs or sports your children would decide to participate in.

Reserve your Spot for Screenagers!

In conjunction with the PTO, RBHS will provide a free viewing of SCREENAGERS to any parent or community member within the surrounding area.

Freshman and Sophomore students will view the documentary during the day, however all students are encouraged to attend the evening screening.

Light refreshments will be available at no charge in the Cafeteria following the documentary. There is no charge for this event however ticket reservations utilizing the following link are mandatory.

Screenagers Ticket Reservation Link

A talk-back session directed by RBHS Assistant Principals Dave Mannon and Kylie Lindquist will be held for approximately 30 minutes following the movie. We look forward to a very engaging and thought provoking evening surrounding the growing epidemic of social media and screen time within our youth.

If you have any question regarding this event, please do not hesitate the contact Dave Mannon at
mannond@rbhs208.net.