Info from SC's first Expeditionary Learning (EL) High School
Gator Bites - Week of March 9, 2015
We are CREW!
River Bluff High School's Leadership Team.
Student Council and River Bluff's theme for this year.
Best Student Section in the State
So Proud of the RBHS Students Section at the RBHS vs. LHS Football Game. #USWERB
A Look Back and Ahead at Professional Learning at RBHS
Week 29 - Professional Learning 3Es - HOS Second Semester Information
Gators of the Week - Work hard. Get smart. Do good.
Gators of the Week: Mock Trial Wins and Qualifies for State
If you see any of these students, please congratulate them. But beware: they ALL displayed a fierce viciousness that made me feel sorry for their victims.
Elizabeth Farrar (voted Most Effective Attorney by the competition and the judges)
Shivani Kapur (voted Most Effective Attorney by the competition)
Surya Korrapati (voted Most Effective Attorney by the competition and the judges)
Reid Tidwell (voted Most Effective Witness by the competition)
Sidney Wilson (voted Most Effective Attorney by the judges)
Muhammad Asmar (voted Most Effective Witness by the competition)
Kennedy Hawkins (voted Most Effective Witness by the judges)
Camille Sullivan (voted Most Effective Witness by the competition)
Gators of the Week: Clinical Students in Health Science Scrub in on Surgeries
Gators of the Week: Media Arts Students Shine in Lip Dub
EL Design Principle in Action
Each week we have highlighted a student, group of students, teachers or staff members who have exhibited one of EL's 10 design principles. This week email Dr. Clamp at firstname.lastname@example.org a design principle you have seen in action to highlight in next week's Gator Bites.