Let my teaching fall like rain and my words descend like dew, like showers on new grass, like abundant rain on tender plants.
Deuteronomy 32:2, NIV
GALA INVITATIONS 2018
Invitations for the 2018 Gala: Red, White & Gratitude were sent electronically on March 6th. If you have not received yours, and have already checked your spam, please notify Gala Chair, Amy Hargrove. If you would like to forward the invitation to a guest or other family member, please feel free to do so. The invitation contains a link to register for the event and purchase tickets and/or table sponsorships. Please take a look at the post below to see how your help is needed to make the event a success!
We love our grandparents! We want to invite our Rosehill grandparents to the gala. Please feel free to forward the email invitation you received. If you prefer we send the email to them personally, please send their email address to Amy Hargrove at email@example.com and we will be happy to send it along.
We are pleased to announce out first ever Evening of Fine Arts, March 29 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Join is in, celebrating the creativity and achievement of all students from kindergarten to senior year. There will be vocal and instrumental music, art displays, speaking events, drama, and puppets. A variety of Elementary and Middle School student artwork will also be framed and on display. More information will be coming soon, be on the lookout!
Rosehill Christian 3rd though 8th grade Math Olympics team participated in the final competition for the year this past weekend. We had 16 students participate out of 260 students in all. Those 16 students, took home a first place ribbon, 3 second place ribbons, two third place, two fourth place and two fifth place ribbons. The students who did not place were actually 1 or 2 questions from a ribbon. Thanks to the parents who brought their children and encouraged them throughout the year to excel in Math.
Back Row: Cade Adkison, Jonathan Vuong, Conner Taylor, Dean Fridiel, Joshua Hanson, Jonathan Quarles
Front Row: Morgan Johnson, Isaac LaRovere, Carson Brown, Slade Saathoff, Austin Wickboldt, Liam Freeman,Ryan Hamilton, Jacob LaRovere, Graham Freeman
The calendar for the next school year has been posted on the homepage of our school website. Click HERE to take a glance at our new year!
We will not have students on campus Friday, March 9th for Staff Development. Spring Break officially begins March 12 and runs through March 16th.
Our Easter class parties will be on Thursday, March, 29th. Be on the lookout for information from your homeroom parents.
Volunteers are needed to help with our Chick-fil-a lunch on Friday, April 13th. If you would like to help, please visit http://www.rcseagles.ivolunteer.com/.
PTO will be holding Board Elections at our April 17th PTO meeting! Let us know if you are interested in getting involved. Email us at PTOgeneral@rcseagles.org for more information.
The sixth annual RCS Classic baseball tournament was held this past weekend. Ten teams played 19 games over three days at three different venues. The tournament champion was Grapevine Faith who went undefeated over the tournament. Faith defeated Northland Christian 14-3 to take the title. The hometown Eagles went 2-2 in the tournament. The Eagles defeated Brazosport Christian 8-6 behind great pitching from Caleb Cobb, and Denton Calvary Academy 11-2 behind strong pitching from Ryan McWhirter. Untold numbers of volunteers helped with the tournament. Special thanks to Jill McWhirter for serving as tournament director.
The Eagles take on the MTB Mustangs on Thursday afternoon at RCS, and then head out to Florida on Saturday to play at Disney's Wide World of Sports over spring break.
Horse Judging Teams to
Southwest Equestrian Center
3:45PM 4-H General Meeting
4PM JH Cheer Clinic
8:15AM Parent Bible Study
JH Golf Tournament
at Heron Lakes
Preschool FT to SCA
3PM JH Track Meet
4PM JH Cheer Tryouts
4PM Varsity Baseball
vs. MTB Mustangs
Staff Development/No School
Varsity Baseball at Disneyworld
April Lunch Orders Due
Begin Last Nine Weeks
4PM JH Baseball vs. Alpha Omega
TAPPS State Sole, Ensemble & Band
8:20AM Honor Roll Donuts
3:30PM ACT! 5th & 6th Grades
3:45PM Food Challenge Practice
4PM Varsity Baseball vs. Legacy
We give glory to God for a huge success at the ACSI 1-6 Regional Speech Meet in Huntsville on March 2. Our students worked hard, encouraged each other, and shined as they represented their Lord and Rosehill Christian School. The competition this year was the stiffest we have ever seen, but the RCS Eagles soared high!
Nearly 80% of our students received superior ribbons, the highest ribbons awarded at the meet. Among the superior ribbon recipients, 18 RCS competitors also received gold, silver, or bronze medals. Eight of those medals were gold, and RCS swept all of the 3rd grade gold medals. RCS also had twice as many adult volunteers as any other participating school. Finally, it was such a time of bonding when each student from Rosehill was called up, and our entire group roared with applause and excitement for the members of our RCS family. It was an unforgettable day and we are truly blessed.
Kenzie Wood: SILVER MEDAL in Bible Memorization
Cameron Blume: SILVER MEDAL in Poetry Interpretation
Carson Brown : GOLD MEDAL in Bible Memorization
Michael Veach: GOLD MEDAL in Poetry Interpretation
Eden Miller: GOLD MEDAL in Fables & Folklore
(back-to-back champion and three-time champion)
Luke Monsive: GOLD MEDAL in Poetry Interpretation
Kate Nobles: SILVER MEDAL in Bible Memorization
Micah Davila: BRONZE MEDAL in Original Speech
Maggie Herrera: GOLD MEDAL in Original Speech
Haleigh Everage: SILVER MEDAL in Patriotic Oration
Katherine Burleson: BRONZE MEDAL in Poetry Interpretation
Lola Shelly: SILVER MEDAL in Poetry Interpretation
Garrett Gipson: GOLD MEDAL in Bible Memorization
Mercy Freeman: GOLD MEDAL in Dramatic Bible Prose
Trey Jeanes: SILVER MEDAL in Patriotic Oration
Landon Hargrove: SILVER MEDAL in Original Speech
Ramsey Sharayha: SILVER MEDAL in Poetry Interpretation
Rileigh Burnett: GOLD MEDAL in Poetry Interpretation
NOTE: Students in grades 1-4 will receive their ribbons in chapel on Wednesday, March 28, and all gold medalists will present their selections. Parents are invited to attend. Medalists in grades 1-4, do not forget to bring your medals on Wednesday, March 28. Students in grades 5-6 will receive their ribbons in chapel (date TBA).
WHAT IS THE GALA?
The RCS annual Gala is an event to support our wonderful school that provides children with a quality, Christian education. The Gala is our biggest fundraiser of the year contributing towards our Annual Fund. The Annual Fund is our planned operating gap that allows us to keep our tuition rates as low as possible.
HOW DOES OUR FAMILY GET INVOLVED?
Contributions from ALL of our Rosehill families from preschool through high school seniors are needed for the Live Auction packages to be successful. Please contact Amy Hargrove with any questions regarding the live auction packages.
ARE STUDENTS REWARDED?
Free dress day is offered to each student making a donation to the Silent Auction. If our goal is met or we have 85% participation, all students will be given an additional free dress day.
For more details about the 2018 Gala, check out our webpage!
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