You’ve seen it before, but it warrants a reprise. With the recent death of aide Joan Blake RFHers all over are reminiscing about their time, or doing time, with those RFH aides. And every good RFH grad knows that they sometimes had to resort to techniques to tame us beasts that likely would get them in a heap of trouble, just like misbehaving students, if they were implemented nowadays. So, we revisit doing hard time in the library with those aides at RFH on a rainy day laden with those doldrums that they always seemed to chase away, even if it was with a chair …
Once upon a time, when the rain started, so did the antics in the library at RFH. And there to keep everyone in line and keep up one step, or a char, ahead of the antsy foul weather pranksters were those library aides.
The pandemic didn’t stop the show. The Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School (RFH) Marching Band and Color Guard marched, twirled and played on at Friday night’s first RFH Football game. And the show was winning, by all accounts, just like the team.
As RFH reunions go, there are always milestone reunion years, just like with wedding anniversaries. And RFHers tend to make those banner years quite festive. A good party is something for which RFHers are famed, after all. After the 10th, the next biggie is usually the 25th, not that there aren’t many in between. Can’t keep RFHers apart for more than five years.
Common Sense, the national nonprofit organization dedicated to helping students and families thrive in media and technology advances, has dubbed Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School (RFH) a Common Sense school.