RHS Beta and Band earn honors in postseason
By Ben Bruni, Principal


Posted on October 28, 2018 12:19 PM



Important Upcoming Dates at RJSHS

 

Date(s)

Day

Activity

10/29 - 11/1

Mon - Thurs

STAR Progress Monitoring Testing (Math/Reading)

10/31

Wednesday

Costumes? Absolutely! Nothing that covers the face will be allowed and no weapon-like props please. Dress Code rules will be enforced.  

11/6

Tuesday

No School, Election Day

11/8

Thursday

Jr. BETA Inductions, 6pm

11/9

Friday

Deep Dive Day 1 for Seniors @ R21C

11/9

Friday

Holiday Meal with Parents Come eat with your child--Please be on the lookout for an invite!

11/15

Thursday

ASVAB Test - Critical for any HS student considering entering the Military - See Coach Booth for more info

11/20

Tuesday

6th Grade Parent Night Meeting at R21C

11/21 - 11/23

Wed - Fri

No School, Thanksgiving Break

12/8

Saturday

ACT Test - For all Juniors that didn’t test in October

Also, for any student in grades 9-12, see Mrs. Naylor

12/6 - 12/12

Thurs - Wed

STAR Benchmark Testing (Math/Reading)

12/13

Thursday

6th Grade Summit Parent Meeting, 5pm @ R21C

12/13

Thursday

Holiday Band Concert, 7 p.m  - Come join us for a night of musical fun!

12/19 - 1/1

Wed - Tues

No School, Holiday Break

1/2

Wed

First Day Back for Students

 

BETA Club Success

The RHS BETA Club, headed by RHS Science teacher Tanya Mullen took their talents on the road as they competed in a wide variety of academic, social, and artistic competitions. In the end, the RHS BETA Club claimed a 2nd place finish in a field of 13 teams from around the Region. The following are the respective winners:

Karlee Elrod - 1st place Humanities I

Rob Skipworth - 2nd place Science

Ethan Paddock - 2nd place History I

Ben Slack - 3rd place History II

Andrew Colston - 2nd place Agricultural Science

Bryant Garcia - 2nd place Math I

Chloe Shumate - 3rd place Spanish

Amariah Christie - 3rd place SoloTalent

Kaleigh Hughes - 2nd place woodworking and 2nd place black and white photography

Emma Grace Gwynette - 1st place oil pastel

Diedre Hester - 1st place Fabric paint

Dixie Hopkins - 2nd place fabric paint

Brandy West - 1st place ornament

Maleah Buckner - 1st place as refusing design

Brandy West, MyDuyen Tran, Jayden Hammer - 2nd place handmade name tags

Rian Saul - 2 ms place sewing

Juniors take the ACT

In March, every Junior in KY will take the ACT as provided by the state. For most schools, this will be the first time students are able to take the test, which has long lasting and far reaching impacts on their futures after high school. For some, taking the test before the junior year March date is an option, but in order to do so, they must pay for the test themselves.

Not the case for RISD Juniors. Backed by the RISD Board of Education and Superintendent Bart Flener, ALL RHS Juniors are got a jump on the test, taking it this past Saturday at no cost to them. Costs for the tests were covered by state waivers as well as by Board backed funding. This early taking of the test will allow students over half a year to see what they need to work on prior to the March ACT date.

 

RHS Band Finishes in Top 10 at State

The Panther Marching Band closed out the marching band season at Frederick Douglass High School where the Marching Panthers took a Top 10 Finish in Class A with their show “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.” The Marching Panthers concluded another successful season under the direction of Brian Brown and Trevor Cardwell and will now turn their sights on All State Band selections.   

 

Student Expectations                                           

All classrooms in Russellville JR/SR HS have been working on creating a universal understanding of the five fundamental expectations for students at Russellville. These are:

1.     Be Kind     

2.     Show Respect      

3.     Do the right thing.

4.     Get after it.

5.     Rep RVK

 

Calendar

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

29

 

Boys MS Basketball Home Vs. Barren County JV/V

6:00

 

STAR Progress Monitoring

 

Upward Bound Individual meeting 9-1

 

Community Ed Classes:

Sign Language l with Ms. Blume, 4pm; and Sign Language ll, 5:15, room #19

 

RHS Baseball Parent/Player Meeting in the High School Lobby/ Cafeteria

6:00

30

 

STAR Progress Monitoring

 

HS GATE TO TPAC PHANTOM OF THE OPERA 5:00pm-11:30pm

31

 

STAR Progress Monitoring

 

Happily Never After (MS play) 2:20



1

 

STAR Progress Monitoring for Tier II and Tier III

 

MS Girl/Boy Basketball @ Todd 5:30

 

FCA - 7:30 - Choir Room

2

 

Campus Visit-- Austin Peay

 

Buddy Meet #1

 

MS Girl/Boy Basketball Home Vs. Chandlers 6:00

3

 

Happy Birthday

Mrs. Crowder

 

Community Ed Class: Bread-making Class with Marty Elmes, at Central Office, 9am-noon - $20

What’s for Breakfast and Lunch this week?

 

BREAKFAST ITEMS SERVED DAILY: Pop Tart choices, Cereal choices, Strawberry Bagel w/Cream Cheese, Muffins, and Fruit.

Monday- Sausage, Hashbrowns, Cheese Burrito

Tuesday – Donut Holes or Mini Pancakes

Wednesday-Sausage & Biscuit w/Jelly

Thursday-Muffin Choice

Friday-Scrambled eggs with toast and jelly

 

Lunch Menu

Monday

FAJITA CHICKEN WRAP W/TRIMMINGS

MEXICAN RICE MEXICALI CORN BLACK BEANS FRUIT

Tuesday

SLOPPY JOE’S SANDWICH

TRIMMINGS BAKED BEANS FRENCH FRIES CARROT STICKS AND CHERRY TOMATOES W/DIP FRUIT

Wednesday

BBQ CHICKEN

SCALLOPED POTATOES GREEN BEANS GREEN PEAS ROLL FRUIT CAKE

Thursday

TBA

Friday

TBA

 




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