The NHS members also elected their officers for the 2019-20 year. Pictured are (L-R) Student Council Representative – Lily Lagerman, President – Sarah Thomson, Treasurer – Caleb Williams, Vice President – Ian Uphoff and Secretary – Mariah Stewart
On Tuesday, September 17, the RCHS chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) inducted 20 senior and junior students as NHS members for the 2019-20 school year. Shown in the membership picture are (front row, L-R) Garrett Harmison, Ian Uphoff, Kameron Brown, Adam Dennis, Caleb Williams, Lauren Hazlett, Mariah Stewart, Kylea Ricketts, Sarah Thomson, Jessi Brummett (back row, L-R) Ames Burton, Macy Sabo, Lily Lagerman, Jessi Winter, Ethan Bohnenblust, Ryan Pierce, Ashtyn Kulp, Paige Williams, Jessa Kulp and Payton Baker.
Charlie Peterson was recognized at our football game Friday night for his service on our chain gang. Charlie is a 1967 graduate of RCHS and is working his 50th year as a chain gang member! Thank you for all of your service Charlie!
A new light has been installed on the maintenance shed, bringing more visibility and safety to the visiting teams that come to Riley County.
Art Club sponsored pinwheels for peace to support International Day of Peace. Thanks to all students and staff who supported this endeavor.
RCGS students traveled to school in style this morning!
Congratulations to C Volleyball! We beat Marysville in our 2nd match 25-22, 25-18
National Honor Society held their annual induction ceremony Tuesday night. Congratulations to previous and new students for achieving this award.
Varsity volleyball beat Marysville in Match #1 tonight 25-22, 25-15. Go Falcons!
Our 4th grade science classes were challenged to build a bridge that will hold the most weight. They are using the engineering design process to build their bridges out of popsicle sticks and glue. Building is underway and bridges will be tested next Thursday.
Can't make it to the football game this Friday at home against Silver Lake? Have no fear! Tune into WIBW Sports, Radio Channel 580 or online, as your Falcons take on the Eagles for WIBW's Game of the Week. Go Falcons!
Flint Hills Volunteer Center is sponsoring an essay contest in honor of the Veterans Day Parade. 3 winners will be selected to receive a cash award (1st: $150, 2nd: $100, 3rd: $50). Essays are due October 31 by 4:00 pm. See attachment for more information or call (785) 776-7787!
If you are wanting more information on the bond for USD 378 you can visit the district office, the grade school, or the high school. Located at the entrance of each building is a large placard with details of the projects listed in the bond issue.
USD 378 purchased a new bus to replace bus 11. It is a 65 passenger bus. This bus has a V-8 gasoline engine which leads to far fewer emission issues than a Diesel engine.
Carolyn Devane conducted an ACT Prep class for juniors at RCHS monday
4th Graders had a great time on their KSU Agronomy field trip receiving instruction from KSU professors and grad students!
REMINDER: Fundraising University packets are due Monday.
It was a productive & enjoyable morning for Mrs. Harmison’s RCHS Engineering Design class! They introduced the bridge building competition they are putting on for the 4th graders & was also the first day of mentoring 7th & 8th grade students in Miss Walker's science class!
New Student group conducting their weekly meeting with Mrs Davis. This group is designed to assist new students with their transition to RCHS
We want to give a special thank you to the Founder/CEO of Sports in Kansas, Chet Kuplen, for taking time out of his busy schedule to present to our 7th-12th grade students yesterday on the “Power of Social Media". Go Falcons!