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March 28, 2018
Now, brothers and sisters, I want to remind you of the gospel I preached to you, which you received and on which you have taken your stand. By this gospel you are saved, if you hold firmly to the word I preached to you. Otherwise, you have believed in vain. For what I received I passed on to you as of first importance: that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, ...
1 Corinthians 15

Wikipedia desctibes Easter as "a festival and holiday celebrating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, described in the New Testament as having occurred on the third day of his burial after his crucifixion by the Romans at Calvary c. 30 AD. It is the culmination of the Passion of Jesus, preceded by Lent (or Great Lent), a forty-day period of fasting, prayer, and penance". As true as this information may be, that seems a bit dry for me. As Christians, we believe scripture as it teaches us about the sacrifice of our Lord and Savior. We like to believe we understand completely what this resurrection means to us, though I wonder if we truly do. Think about it for a moment. The endless possibilities of what Jesus defying death might really mean for us after we actually join Him in His kingdom. It's not possible to concieve. 

While we all celebrate and worship this Easter weekend, let us all ponder for a while, the true impact His love and sacrifice will mean to us far beyond our days in this life. Acts 4:33 tells us "With great power the apostles continued to testify to the resurrection of the Lord Jesus. And God’s grace was so powerfully at work in them all". Let us spread the love of Jesus Christ as the apostles did so many years ago as we enjoy our Easter weekend with family and friends. Rejoice - for He is Risen!


Students in Kindergarten through 7th grades will be participating in Terra Nova Testing when we return from Easter break. Testing will begin Tuesday, April 3rd and run through Friday, April 6th. Please be sure to make every effort to make sure students arrive at school on time each day and make sure they have a well-balanced breakfast. K-8th students will not have chapel that week, so chapel uniforms are not required. 


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 RCS 4-H Club is looking for qualified officers to lead the club for next school year of 2018 to 2019.  If you think your child meets the qualifications for leadership, please direct them to an office the beginning of April to pick up an application.  Once students have turned in their application, teacher recommendations will be sent out.  If students meet the qualifications for the position of officer, club managers and administration will be choosing our next newly elected members.  The new officers will be revealed at the 4-H Awards Banquet scheduled for Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at 6:30 to 7:30pm.  The following officer positions will be open for the new year:  president (must be high school student), vice-president (must be high school student), secretary (middle school or high school student), historian (middle school or high school student) and reporter (middle school or high school student).


  • Must be passing all classes with a GPA of 2.9 or higher.
  • May not be currently ineligible in any classes.
  • May not be currently on probation.
  • Must receive a 3.5 overall score in RCS Teacher recommendations.
  • Read and sign expectation contracts.
  • Parent must also read and sign the expectation contract.

Join us every Thursday in April right after drop off for breakfast and fellowship at Harris County Smokehouse in Tomball. We just wrapped up a wonderful study written and led by our own Laura Shoemaker!  Since the spring is getting busy we know it is hard to commit for April, but we would like to give everyone an opportunity to check in, fellowship and be prayed for and have your kiddos prayed for!  Kelley Swank and Amy Nobles will be there for sure so please join us all Thursdays or when you can!  Bring a friend!


8:15AM Parent Bible Study

2PM Elementary Easter Parties

4PM JH Baseball B Team
vs. Legacy Prep

5PM Nigh of Fine Arts

6:30PM Varsity Baseball
at John Cooper

Good Friday / No School

Easter Holiday / No School

Terra Nova Testing Grades K-7

2PM JH Golf Tournament
at Heron Lakes

3PM JH Track Meet

3:30PM Act! Practice

4:30PM Varstiy Baseball
vs. Legacy Christian

Terra Nova Testing Grades K-7

Gala RSVP Deadline

8th Grade Texas Tour

3:45PM 4-H General Meeting

Terra Nova Testing Grades K-7

8th Grade Texas Tour

FT: HS Choir to UIL

8:15AM Parent Bible Study

Terra Nova Testing Grades K-7

8th Grade Texas Tour

6PM Varsity Baseball
vs. Frassati

Varsity Track Meet

Gala Set Up Begins

3PM HAPS JH Track Meet

Gala Set Up Continues

9:30AM Preview / Open House

3PM HAPS JH Track Meet

3:30PM ACT! Practice

3:45PM 4-H Food Challenge Practice

6:30PM Booster Club Meeting

3:45PM 4-H Art Club


As our annual gala grows closer and closer, we are so excited to see the Live Auction packages and classroom donations coming together. Below is a sneak peak at just a few of the items already turned in for our on-line auction. We are still in need of many items for the Live and Silent Auctions as well as RSVP's! Please be sure to join us for the special evening of fellowship with our Rosehill family. Make sure to register by April 4th! Simply click here to register now.


Younglife is having a great Spring! We've had a few "clubs" and some fun event nights. We are meeting at 7:01 on Monday nights at the Freeman's home in the Rosewood Hill neighborhood close to school, so it's pretty central for everyone. We won't be having club this next Monday, the 2nd, but we will get together with the Magnolia club on April 9th for a Paint War!! It's a ton of fun, I mean throwing paint on each other during a number of games, come on! For all the info on the Paint War, club, and things upcoming, follow us on Instagram @ylrosehill. We post multiple times a week with announcements and what not. Have a great week!


You should have all received an email from Dean Unsicker explaining our new Continuous Enrollment Policy. This is a good thing! We will no longer need to worry about re-enrollment each school year. These new contracts are due by March 31st. Please let the business off know ASAP if you did not receive an email from Dean Unsicker in this regard. 

Enrollment Information

Continuous Enrollment Contract

Volunteer for Book Fair

Here are a couple of fun idea on how to bring your kids into the kitchen to help with Easter preparations!

Italian Easter Bread
Paw Print Cookies

Coach Steve Krantz wants to make sure we recognize a few special Lady Eagles who were named to the All-District & All State Teams.

Congratulations to the following ladies: 

All-District 1st Team 

Payton Browning
Madison Wehring
Georgia Barnhart

2nd Team All-District

Alexis Swain
Brianna Flowers

Academic All-State

Payton Browning
Georgia Barnhart

All-State 2nd Team
Georgia Barnhart


It may be hard to believe, but we are ready to start planning our summer! Take a look at our website for the many camps being offered on campus this summer. There are camps for all ages with a variey of activities and even some field trips! Early registration discounts are avaiable to those who act now.


Summer Fun Camp is a fun, safe, Christian-based summer day camp held on our campus for preschool (age 3 by 1/1/17 & potty trained) and through those who have completed Kindergarten. This camp is held mainly in our preschool building and offers a variety of theme-based activities each week. You may choose to attend one day a week or every day!

Camp times are 9AM - 2PM and offers schedule options to coincide with the older kids enjoying Camp Eagle.

Camp Eagle will consist of four, one-week sessions offering a blast of a summer including organized games, arts/crafts, waterslides, daily “Baldwin the Eagle Hunt”, all-camp activities, field trips, skits, themed activities, dance-offs, songs, cook-offs, weekly chapel, enrichment, awards, Camper of the Week, an end-of-camp overnight campout, and much more!

The regular camp day will run from 8:30 AM-3:30 PM.  Extended care will also be available (for a separate fee) from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.  Field trips will be on Wednesdays, and will end at 3:30 PM unless otherwise indicated. 

Athletic Camps vary by sports and are set up each summer to be age appropriate with defined days & times. 

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