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April 4, 2018

For behold, the winter is past; the rain is over and gone. The flowers appear on the earth, the time of singing has come, and the voice of the turtledove is heard in our land.
Song of Solomon 2:11-12

GEARING UP FOR GALA!
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 before the deadline, Friday, April 6th! Simply click here to register now.

GOING TO STATE!

The Varsity Boys Golf Team placed 3rd in district and will be heading to State on April 23rf. The tournament will be played on 4/23 and 4/24.  e in Glen Rose, TX  at the Squaw Valley Golf Course. Congratulations to all members of the team:
Blake Clayton
Zachary Kley
Jake Lightsey
Austin Cappleman
Parker Dauterive
Alternates:
Austin Kukla
Blake Yeary
James Sanchez

In the Girls Medalist, Lauren Chesshir placed 4th and Emma Delahoussaye placed in the top15.  Both golfers will be heading to State.

In our end of season HAPS Golf Tournament,  Junior High Boys team tied for 3rd place.  In the Girls Medalist , Macy Allen placed 3rd. The HAPS tournament was held at Heron Lakes Golf Club on April 3rd.

PTO VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
  • 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.

As the school year starts to wind down we turn our attention to next year’s PTO Board. While our primary focus is fundraising for teacher appreciation, we do our best to do this through events that are fun and exciting for our children. PTO operates solely with the help of our RCS parents. We need helpful hands, hearts, and bodies to make our events happen all year long! PTO is not as big of a time commitment as you may think!! We have many ways that you can serve. Working together we can truly make a difference at the school and in the lives of our children. It is through the ideas and talents of our parents that we are successful as a PTO.
If you are interested in helping or have questions about our positions, we urge you to email us at PTOgeneral@RCSeagles.org, You may also call or text Courtney Monsive at (281) 686-0986. At our last PTO meeting of the year on Tuesday, April 17th at 8:15 am, we will elect our 2018–2019 PTO Board. Everyone is welcome, including your small children! 
Here is a list of next year’s Board positions that we will be voting on. We still have several positions open for you to serve.  
President - Courtney Monsive
Fundraising - OPEN
Room Parent Coordinator - Melanie Metcalfe
Box Tops Coordinator - Amber Kennedy
Secretary/Social Media - OPEN
Teacher Appreciation - OPEN
Teacher Luncheons - OPEN

RCS 4-H OFFICERS

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).

Qualifications:

  • 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.
WHAT'S AHEAD?

APRIL 5

Terra Nova Testing Grades K-7

8th Grade Texas Tour

FT: HS Choir to UIL

8:15AM Parent Bible Study

APRIL 6

Gala RSVP Deadline

Terra Nova Testing Grades K-5

8th Grade Texas Tour

6PM Varsity Baseball
vs. Frassati

APRIL 7
Varsity Track Meet

APRIL 9
Gala Set Up Begins

3PM HAPS JH Track Meet

APRIL 10
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

APRIL 11
3:45PM 4-H Art Club

SUMMER CAMPS

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.

CLICK FOR
CAMP INFO

BOOK FAIR

The Book Fair will be here again and will be open from April 16 - 20th. They need volunteers this month to help in all areas. See the image below or contact Mrs. Friedel for details!

LADIES BIBLE STUDY

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!

YOUNGLIFE

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!

Volunteer for Book Fair

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