Tonight concludes our JH wrestling season. Congratulations to Nash Pugh for taking first at the MEL tournament in his weight class! And congratulations to the entire team on their progress and successes this season! Also, a big thank you goes out to our coaches, Coach Schuh, Waggoner, and Gfeller for working with our kids this season. Great work Falcons!!!
Congratulations to our Student(s) of the Month for November, Cadence Eakes and Ryan McClure! Cadence, a Senior, has earned a Cumulative GPA of 3.62 throughout her high school career. She is involved in the following at RCHS; Art Club, Culture Club, FCA, SADD, Science Club, Softball, and Volleyball. Ryan, a Senior, has earned a Cumulative GPA of 4.0 throughout his high school career. He is very involved at RCHS taking part in; Band, Cross Country, FFA, Forensics, Music Theatre, NHS, Pep Club, and Track in the Spring. Great job Cadence and Ryan! Go Falcons!
Thursday, November 18th was the Thanksgiving meal at USD 378 provided by the Board of Education. Students and staff were greeted by Pilgrim ladies, a Native American,(the kitchen staff), members of the BOE, and the Superintendent.
We would like to take one more opportunity for RCGS to say thank you to our Nation’s veterans. Our third grade marched in the Veteran’s Day parade in Manhattan today, and our Middle School put on a great assembly, with some great poetry reading, singing from our choir, and playing from our band. All of USD378 thanks you for your service!
With the completion of the Veteran’s Parade today in Manhattan, Band has officially finished with marching band and shifting to pep and concert band! Mrs. Lloyd wanted to say thank you all for your support through the season! Attached are a couple pictures from today. Special thanks to Kelly Wendland for getting a great aerial shot of the band, with a shout-out to the band for marching the grid with those straight lines! Thank you to Mrs. Lloyd for all her hard work, preparation, knowledge, and passion. Go Falcons!
Nathan Mead, Vice President of the Board, presented a graduation certificate from KASB's Leadership for Tomorrow program to Samantha Brown, President of the Board at Monday night's BOE meeting. Congratulations Samantha!
Congratulations to our four students that made the North Central KMEA District Honor Band! BreAnn Miesner- 5th Chair Clarinet Ryan McClure- 6th Chair Trumpet Clara Iseli- 3rd Chair Horn Kaden Williams- 2nd Alternate Baritone They will be participating in the District Clinic and Concert Saturday, December 4th at Manhattan High School, then are eligible to audition for the All State Band in January. Great job, good luck, and Go Falcons!
Travis Schardein, Director of Maintenance, and Grace Brown, Director of Food Service, both spoke to the Board of Education Monday, November 8th.
Come see "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" at Riley County High School this Thursday, November 11, and Saturday, November 13, at 7pm! Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students. Doors will open at 6:30pm.
The Falcons will host Concordia on Friday November 5th in regional playoff action. Admission will be $7 adult, $5 K-12. No league passes will be accepted. Good luck to our football team.
Riley County Key Club had their annual Trunk-or-Treat event last Friday night before the football game & their trunk displays were spook-tacular! Always a great time for our students & the younger students in our district! Thank you to Mrs. Kachelhoffer for organizing this! Go Falcons!
Riley County Grade School would like to invite any US Military Veterans to an afternoon of refreshments and entertainment in honor of your service to our country. Thursday, November 11th, 2021 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. (Report to the RCGS office upon your arrival) Please R.S.V.P. to Ryan Young email@example.com, or the RCGS Office at 785-485-4010. RCGS honors those who have served and are still serving our country; for securing our nation and upholding the ideals to which our country was built upon.
October was bus evacuation drill month. All bus riders practice proper bus evacuation. Drivers review emergency procedures with student passengers and how to open the bus door if the driver can not.
Congratulations to October’s Student of the Month, Brooks Redden! Brooks, 12th Grade, moved here from Texas and has been a great addition to our school. He has earned a 3.97 Cumulative GPA and is currently a member of our Football team, NHS, SADD, FCA and plans to participate in track in the Spring. Ms. Hopson – “Brooks came in at the beginning of the year with an outstanding attitude and work ethic. It is incredibly difficult to move to a new school your senior year of high school especially when the school is as small as Riley County and everybody already knows everyone else. However, I think that Brooks has adjusted incredibly well and fits in well to our school. He gives his absolute best in class and is incredibly respectful to both students and teachers. He is the first one to volunteer to answer questions in class and is very clearly actively engaged at all times. He serves as an outstanding role model to everyone around him and is just an all-around great person.” Congratulations and Go Falcons!
Why did the chicken cross the road? To help students walk across safely to school. Travis Schardein, Maintenance Director, joins in on the fun for school dress up day on October 29th.
Congratulations to Ms. Perry on earning our student selected Staff of the Quarter! Ashley is in her 1st year of teaching after graduating from KSU. She teaches 9-12 Choir & Music Theatre Workshop. When not at school, she continues in her 3rd year with Flint Hills Childrens Choir. She has enjoyed building relationships with the students at RCHS through Field Trips, Choir Concert, and Musical Theatre Workshop. Go Falcons!
Sportsmanship is sometimes overlooked compared to results. Hailey Sharp qualified for State Cross Country after Regionals last weekend. A week prior to that, she finished 3rd at MEL Cross Country. Ann Foster of Rossville noticed Hailey stayed in the Chute & fist bumped ALL runners after her, while also hugging the last runner through. Ann caught it on video an passed it along to us! #RiCoProud #MELProud
USD #378 Riley County Schools is accepting applications for full-time custodians. Competitive hourly pay rate, paid holidays and paid days (sick, personal, and vacation). Please complete an online application found on our website at usd378.org or contact our Maintenance Director, Travis Schardein at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 785-485-4000.
Band had a great day yesterday at the High Plains Marching Festival at Ft. Hays State! After their best performance of the season they earned: Music: 1/Superior Marching & Maneuvering: 2/Excellent General Effect: 2/Excellent Final rating: 2/Excellent. Great job, Go Falcons!!
The career and community connections class is getting closer to opening the coffee shop!! Today they went to Advanced Promotions and learned how to and helped make their sign. Students are Ayden Bath, Avery Bartlett, and Jace Ricketts. Thanks to Lindsey Roles who designed the logo!!