21st Century RiseUp Program

Rise UP! After School Program information

RiseUP is a 21st Century Community Learning Center after-school program for students in grades 7-12 who are Richmond Heights residents. Our grant-funded program includes tutoring and homework help with certified teachers and enrichment opportunities for all enrolled students. Students participate in daily check-ins, along with social/emotional activities and development. Our program will occur virtually through Zoom for the first nine weeks of school in alignment with the Board of Health recommendations. Participating students will log on daily to the Zoom meeting for tutoring and activities. 

RiseUP After-School Programming begins Monday, September 27, 2021. 

Daily Schedule*

Monday - Friday: 2:45 - 5:00pm

Wednesdays: Lunch Bunch Discussion Group 12pm - 1pm

*Daily schedule is subject to change to do any COVID-19 implications and/or program modifications

For more information, please contact:

Alicia L.M. Trescott, MSSA, Site Coordinator

216-692-0086 ext. 571293

trescott.alicia@richmondheightsschools.org 

SIGN UP FOR RISEUP HERE!

Entrepreneurship curriculum (NFTE)

Students in our Rise Up! after-school program began an entrepreneurship curriculum (NFTE) and are learning how to be innovative in business. To create products, students used typical household items such as: paper clips, straws, pipe cleaners, brown bags, plastic cups, toothpicks and more. Then, students had the opportunity to present their product to the group in a sales presentation. Eighth-grade student, Tin Nguyen, even managed to sell his product to another student! Great job, Spartans!

The Entrepreneurship Club meets every Wednesday at Rise Up! from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. For more information, contact Alicia Trescott: trescott.alicia@richmondheightsschools.org.

#RHSpartanPride

A Black History Essay: February 2021

Please find time to view the brief video which contains a compilation of excerpts from our students’ MLK essays that were submitted to the EastView Church for their annual essay contest.  We had two students win monetary prizes for their submissions.  The video was done by our Rise Up After School Program (virtually); however, students are reading excerpts from their own essays.  Our students are doing some great things during this pandemic, as they witness the world change right before their very own eyes.

Site Coordinator

Site Coordinator

For more information contact 

Alicia Trescott, Site Coordinator

216-692-0086 ext. 571293

trescott.alicia@richmondheightsschools.org 

Up Coming Events and News

AmbassadorClub

RiseUp partnered with the Richmond Heights police department to create a Teen Ambassadors Club. The club helps students to develop positive relationships with officers and become more aware and engaged in the community. We were featured on Cleveland.com. Here's the link to check us out: Richmond Heights PD Ambassador Club comes to RiseUp 

Forms

Ohio Department of Education Rise Up Enrollment Form

21st Century Community Learning Center Handbooks

Handbook 2017-2018

RiseUp Program Perfomance Reports

RHLS Mid Year Program Performance Report 2017-2018

RHLS Year End Program Performance Report 2017-2018

News Depth A+ Featuring the student from RiseUp

PUBLISHED April 8, 2021

At Richmond Heights, Secondary school, students in grades 7 - 12 are invited to join the “Rise Up” after-school program. Rise Up gives students the opportunity to get extra tutoring, join clubs, explore career interests, and take advantage of a number of mentorship opportunities. This year, Rise Up has also taken on the role of community educator. This week’s A+ Award goes to the students in Rise Up at Richmond Heights Secondary School.

A+ Award from WVIZ IdeaStream