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    Stay Involved

    Why Should You Stay Involved with Your Alma Mater?   If you're like most people, you may not have the tightest connection with your high school alma mater. It's typical for graduates to go out into the world, heading off to college, trade school, the workforce or the armed forces. It’s the beginning of adult life.   As time goes on, we tend to lose a strong sense of connection with the schools we attended in our formative years. But more than any yearbook, class ring or Facebook group, staying engaged and involved with your alma mater is a great way to keep that connection—and even help out current students in meaningful ways.   Even if you are someone who put considerable distance between your high school and your current life, you can still stay involved. And, a good place to start is by joining Ripon Tiger Nation.   Why should you stay connected?   There are many beneficial reasons to stay involved with your high school as an alumni—more than just for nostalgia’s sake. Here are just a few examples:   High schools are always looking for examples of successful alumni. From mentorships and speaking engagements to a feature in the newsletter, your alma mater wants to see that its students have gone on to achieve something. Panels, workshops and seminars are all popular with staff and parents. Schools often seek leaders and contributors for these events and frequently find the best option is an alumnus. Reconnecting with former teachers and peers through an alumni network helps grow your personal and professional circles. There’s no telling what opportunities will come from simply reaching out to those who were important to you from your past. You can have a voice. If you’re someone in a position to donate time or money to your alma mater, being an active alumnus can afford you all sorts of benefits. This includes having key input when it comes to the future direction of the school district. It’s fun! You’ll get the chance to connect with current students and staff and involve yourself in numerous ways. You might work directly with student organizations or assist administrators as they enrich a school's programs or services.   Your high school days may be behind you, but your opportunities to involve yourself in the future of your alma mater have just begun. Reach out to Ripon High School through our alumni network and explore the many possibilities for affecting real, positive change.
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    Upcoming Events

    Ripon Alumni: You're Invited to These Upcoming Events As our students, staff and families get ready to finish out the school year strong, they are also preparing for a variety of great spring events here in the Ripon Area School District. These include everything from concerts and theater performances to athletics and more.   We would like to send a special invitation to our alumni, supporters and community members to attend these winter and spring events: Ripon High School Musical: "Oklahoma" February 14, 15 and 16 Ripon High School The RHS/Lumen Drama Department performs a colorful Rodgers and Hammerstein classic. For showtimes and other event information, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/2319087861661392/.   Empty Bowls Friday, February 15 at 4:30 p.m. Ripon High School Commons Support the Rippon Art Department and get a delicious meal while you’re at it.   Big Band Jazz Concert Saturday, February 23 at 7:00 p.m. Ripon High School Commons Refreshments and live music provided by the RHS jazz band featuring classic and contemporary jazz hits. Bring your dancing shoes! More information available at https://www.facebook.com/events/1090129074524743/   Varsity Baseball Friday, March 29 at 4:45 p.m. Barlow Park Baseball Diamond Cheer on the Ripon varsity baseball team as the Tigers open the season against Laconia.   Ripon Middle School Musical: "Annie" April 4, 5 and 6 Ripon High School Our middle school students put on this classic musical, which follows the story of an orphan named Annie living a “hard-knock life" at the New York City Municipal Orphanage. Find more information and showtimes at https://www.facebook.com/events/625884134513809/.   RHS Spring Band Concert Monday, May 6 at 7:00 p.m. Ripon High School   RHS Spring Choir Concert Monday, May 13 at 7:00 p.m. Ripon High School   RHS Graduation Saturday, May 25 at 11:00 a.m. Ripon High School Celebrate the Class of 2019 as students walk across the stage to receive their diplomas.   Mark your calendar with these upcoming events and celebrate the season of new beginnings with our incredible community here at the Ripon Area School District. You can also learn more by checking out our online events calendar. Go Tigers!  
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