Rock Bridge Info Bruin
Where Lifelong Learning is for All
Wednesday, November 30, 2022
Today is an A Day
SENIORS interested in applying for the $1,000 Missouri School Boards’ Association Belcher Scholarship should email a brief essay (prompt below) to Mrs. Reed in the Counseling Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than Friday, Dec. 2nd. Selected essays will be sent to the Board of Education who will select our District’s scholarship nominee.
Belcher Scholarship Essay Prompts:
Please write and title a 500-700 word essay on ONE of the following prompts:
- The lessons we take from obstacles we encounter can be fundamental to later success. Recount a time when you faced a challenge, setback or failure. How did it affect you, and what did you learn from the experience?
- Discuss an accomplishment, event, or realization that sparked a period of personal growth and a new understanding of yourself or others.
- Describe a topic, idea, or concept you find so engaging that it makes you lose all track of time. Why does it captivate you? What or who do you turn to when you want to learn more?
Boys Basketball - Columbia JV Tournament
Wednesday, Nov. 30th, 6:30pm
7575 East Saint Charles Road
Boys Basketball - 9th Grade Timberland Tournament
Wednesday, Nov. 30th, 6pm
559 East Highway North
News From Nutrition Services
As of Nov. 28, 2022, any student with a negative balance will not be allowed to purchase an a la carte item(s), until account balance is $0.00 or above. Sorry for the inconvenience. We appreciate your cooperation.
Archery Club Information
*All practices will be shooting opportunities—if you own your own Genesis Original Bow, bring it*
We will TRY to have practices on Monday evenings Jan-Mar so you can plan ahead
Current Student Club Leaders:
Zen McMurray, email@example.com
Ariana Eckerson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cora Fisher, email@example.com
Gracie Hulett, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jill Patel, email@example.com
Club/Team sponsor and Coach Jennifer Godwin, firstname.lastname@example.org
Coach Linda Endersby, email@example.com
Coach Sam Hudson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Coach Nicole Eckerson, email@example.com
Monitoring Parking Lots at RBHS
We will begin the process of identifying and notifying vehicles in our parking lots without the proper hang tags or not in the proper parking lot. Vehicles that are not displaying the proper hang tags or in the proper parking lot will be warned before further administrative action is taken. If you need to purchase a parking permit for RBHS, see below.
Don't Forget Your Parking Pass!
Please bring completed form, $50.00, current driver's license, and non-expired insurance card to the Activities Office to receive your pass. You may also pay online by selecting "pay select student fees" at the bottom of the RBHS website, but the form, license, and insurance copies must be turned in to the Activities Office.
Booster Club Athletic Pass & Membership
Click here for the RBHS Booster Club Membership and Athletic Pass: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1X7n1HX2yVuIBAizWv21a8yFqvdTXqfZ8/view?usp=sharing
An Athletic Pass from Booster Club is for family members of RBHS Students. RBHS Students need to purchase the Student Activities Pass.
A Message from CPS
This is a proactive message for our families. We have had an increase of our scholars bringing inappropriate objects onto our buses and into our schools. Scholars sometimes have a tendency to forget they’ve put items in their backpacks that are not school-appropriate. Many secondary schools are finding items in backpacks that do not belong in our school buildings. Please help us make sure that inappropriate objects – items that do not belong in a school – stay at home. Check your students’ backpacks, have a conversation with your scholar about what they should bring to school and what they should not bring to school; please remind your student that if they see something that concerns them they should tell someone (parent, teacher, counselor, another trusted adult). Please also remind them starting or spreading stories about inappropriate objects is also not allowed because we investigate every rumor to the fullest.
Please also remember that fanny packs are not allowed in school.
Schools will be giving consequences for inappropriate objects brought to school, based on the severity of the infraction. Here is the link to the CPS handbook: https://www.cpsk12.org/cms/lib/MO01909752/Centricity/Domain/47/StudHandSEC.pdf
Our goal is to make sure all schools are safe, that our scholars are able to learn and thrive in a secure environment, and that teachers and staff can focus on learning and helping our scholars. Please join us in this effort – we appreciate the support and partnership we receive from our families!
Columbia Public Schools