VARSITY BASEBALL: STATE CHAMPS AGAIN!
Congratulations to our Rosehill Fighting Eagles! After a well fought season, the boys have once again won the TAPPS State Division 4 Baseball Championships for the second year in a row. They defeated 3A Dallas Lutheran with a final score of 11-0. The boys and their coaches left Austin with their heads held high thanking the Lord for this amazing opportunity. The boys will receive the coveted State Championship Rings this summer.
An additional note: Senior, Blake Williams missed his own graduation to be there with his team. He received his diploma on the field following the game. The team will be featured in Vype magazine, check this out!
Baseball State Champion T-shirts will be available for purchase. If you are interested in ordering a shirt please submit this order form to Sabrina in the athletic office by Thursday, 5/25. We will let you know when the shirts come in next week and pick up times. Ultra Soft Cotton T-Shirts are $15 each and does include tax.
FRUIT OF THE SPIRITGalatians 5:22-23 teaches us about the Fruit of the Spirit. "But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law." The Kindergarten through 5th grade students are being recognized by their teachers for the special way they each represent the Fruit of the Spirit for the rest of the school year.
Our students who have shown GENTLENESS are as follows:
Whitmire- Aly Peyton
Williams- Amelia Guzman
VanPelt- Ashton Pinter
Dauterive- Emma King
Long- Liam Freeman
Putnam- Charlie Priest
Justice- Audrey Frost
Smith- Sam Manning
Potter- Parker Johnson
Wickboldt- Lilly Steele
Whitt- Mercy Freeman
Rice- Kaleigh Frazier
Our students who have shown SELF CONTROL are as follows:
June 12th & 26th, July 10th & 24th, Aug 7th
BEFORE YOU GO...Don't forget your medications! They will be discarded. If you have any questions about this, please contact Pam Evans. Also: Check the Lost & Found. Those items will be donated after school is out for summer.
UNIFORM SWAPWe are collecting gently used uniforms this week. Please turn them in at the front office in building B during school hours. We will be accpeting them until the last day of school. Each family will receive a credit for each uniform piece turned in. These credits can be used to come back later in the summer to our Uniform Swap Shop. You don't have to make a donation to participate. All uniforms will be for sale and swap. The dates are still to be determined.
SCHOOL SUPPLIESDon't waste time this summer searching for school supplies. Orders need to be placed before May 26th and will be delivered prior to the first day of school (August 16th). Click HERE to place your order!
We have communicated this time and time again and it has to stop. Just last week a parent and staff member witnessed a child come close to being hit because parents are consistently pulling under the porte cache during carpool. THE PORTE CACHE IS NEVER A DROP ZONE! You need to wait in line for carpool or park your car if you wish to come into the building in the mornings. This rule certainly holds true with afternoon carpool. The only vehicles allowed to pull under a porte cache for afternoon carpool are the 2 who have won the Porte Cache Pick Up in Building B.
Keeping our students safe is the most important part of our day. We are making note of license plates of the offenders. Please do not put the school in the position of having to contact you in this regard. Safety first.
8:30 AM 1st-2nd Grade Awards
9:15AM 3rd-4th Grade Awards
6:30 PM in New Gym (Bldg. H)
Last Day of School
Early Release at 11:30 AM
NO EXTENDED CARE
8th Grade Promotion
8:30AM in New Gym (Bldg. H)
PreK-4th Grade Splash Day
The Summer Reading Club is for grades 1-4. Click HERE for details. The Summer Reading Challenge for 5th-8th grades can be found HERE.
While this is suggested for our younger students, summer reading is required for our high school students entering the 9th through 12th grades. Please click HERE for details on your summer reading assignments. You will also find the NOVEL LIST for the books you need to when school begins in August.
Please Note: Students new to Rosehill for the 2017-18 school year are not required to complete the Summer Reading assignments.
Shannon Strange is busy organizing Camp Eagle for our students once again. These fun-filled themed camps are something Mrs. Strange works passionately on each year and our students look forward to the camps with great anticipation. Her creativity behind the camps calls for many items you may have lying around your house or be willing to donate to her cause.
Please click here for the complete list!
YOUNG LIFEYoungLife is coming to Rosehill this summer!!
High School students (incoming 9-12) we will be hanging out several times this summer and we would love to have you join us for some YoungLife fun.
June 12th: Wet-n-Wild Kickball 7-8:30 @ the RCS Football Field
July 13th: Burgers, Swimming, and Guitar Jams @ the Freeman’s 6-8:30 PM 18906 Sandpiper Lane, Tomball, TX 77377
July 31st: Mission Rosehill 9-11am & lunch (watch for more details)
August 28th: Back-to-School Bash
YoungLife Camp 2017!
Join Tomball and Magnolia students for YoungLife Summer Camp in Buena Vista, CO, July 15-22nd Click HERE for details. For more information contact Jess Barber or Amy Nobles.
YoungLife Club Fall 2017 – Monday nights this fall. www.younglife.org
SUMMER FUN CAMP is a fun, safe, Christian-based summer day camp for preschool through those who have completed Kindergarten. This camp offers a variety of theme-based activities each week. You may choose to attend one day a week or every day! Check it out!
CAMP EAGLE is a also a fun, safe, Christian-based summer day camp for those who have completed Kindergarten through 6th grade. These camps have amazing themes each week with fun field trips. Be sure to register soon as space is limited for each camp.
Details can always be found on our website under Summer Programs.
DEBATE SUMMER CAMPMrs. Barletta welcomes RCS students enrolled in grades 8-12 for the 2017-2018 school year to participate in a summer debate course, culminating in a Friday tournament. This will be a crash course in debate for those who are new to the RCS debate program and want to gain basic debate, public speaking and critical thinking skills. For intermediate debaters, this course will be a jump start to the 2017-2018 school year, debate competition season, and prep for the TAPPS State Tournament!! Please email questions to email@example.com.
Dates: July 24-28, 2017
Monday-Thursday: 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. (tournament)
Cost: $175.00 per student
SUMMER MATH BOOT CAMPS will be offered July 24th - 28th for three levels of summer math instruction. These are suited for students going into 7th through 9th grade math. The camps will take place during “Athletic Dead Week”, so the camps will not interfere with any athletic obligations.
Please click HERE for more details. If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Sodolak at KSodolak@rcseagles.org.
Be sure to check out all of the camps being offered from our own athletic department this summer! There are camps for almost all ages & you do not have to be a Rosehill student to attend any of our summer camps. Bring your friends and neighbors-show them what it is like to experience Eagle Fever! Click HERE for all the details!
2017 Class Facts
Chad Colborn definitely made his mark as a high school athlete. As a member of the varsity football team, Chad says his "best high school memory is making it to the playoffs in football". He was also on the Track & Field team and participated in GCA soccer. What he is going to miss most about high school is the friends he made and being involved in athletics.
With a 3.5 GPA and 12 hours of dual credit, Chad is academically prepared to begin his path to becoming a vet. He plans to earn a degree in Biology/Animal Bioscience. While enjoy his high school experience, Chad earned over 245 hours of community service volunteering with his church and the Houston Children's Festival. Chad is really looking forward to the different experiences he has ahead now that he has graduated.
We wish you all the best in your future endeavors, Chad!
Favorite Bible Verse: Each one should test their own actions. Then they can take pride in themselves alone, without comparing themselves to someone else... Galatians 6:4
While we aren't sure how she found the time, Meghan earned many community service hours with her servant's heart. She volunteered with many organizations in addition to Caring for Cambodia. Meghan worked as a volunteer with the North Cypress Medical Center, Cy-Hope, Ryan's Rainbows and Meals on Wheels. While she will miss cheering under those Friday night lights, she admits "most of all, I will miss all of my high school friends. My favorite high school memory was winning state with some of my best friends... I looking foward to going to Texas Tech and "pursuing my dream career". Meghan will major in nursing and has plans to become a neonatal nurse. With her 3.94 GPA and 22 hours of dual credit, we have no doubt she is prepared to reach her goals. Congratulations, Meghan. We are truly going to miss that smile!
Blake Williams was the one who did not make it to graduation. He is a member of the mighty eagles varsity baseball team who played in the TAPPS State Championship Game the same day as graduation. He had a choice to make and he stuck by his team. Blake was there as the boys rang in their second straight victory keeping their title as State Champions. He received his diploma in Austin on the diamond after the dust settled.
Though he was absent from the ceremony, Blake still graduated from RCS with a 4.26 GPA and 27 hours of dual credit. He is a conscientous student who was named Rotary Club Student of the Month. Not only a baseball treasure, Blake is also admired under those Friday night lights. He was named Sophomore of the Year and Defensive Back of the Year his senior year. He says the trips he took with football, baseball and One Act will always be his best high school memories.
Blake will be attending Texas A & M University where he has plans to earn a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Blake says he will miss seeing his friends everyday, but is looking foward to "seeing what is in store for me at college".
Favorite Bible Verse: For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Jeremiah 29:11
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