Seek the Lord, all you humble of the land, who do his just commands; seek righteousness; seek humility....
Want a keepsake for your student athlete? Forgot to buy your kid’s team photo? No problem! The RCS booster club has you covered. The spring edition athletic programs are now for sale. Come by the office and see Kim Turney to purchase one or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The programs will also be for sale at the home baseball games and track meets. This is the final booster club fundraiser for the year, so stop by and purchase one today!
All Athletic Summer Camps are current and updated on the RCS Athletic page. Click here to check it out.
8th grade Texas Tour
4H Art Club at 3:45PM in E Commons
4H Performing Art Club at 3:45PM in H136
High School 2A District Track Meet at RCS
ASL II Silent Lunch Field Trip
Varsity Baseball vs Legacy Prep at 4:30PM
Varsity District Track Meet
RCS GALA 6pm
NO SCHOOL for PRESCHOOL ONLY
Varsity Baseball vs Brazos Christian at 4:30PM
RED OUT GAME
6th grade Enchanted Rock Trip
Elementary Easter Parties
5th grade to Houston Museum of Natural Science
EASTER HOLIDAY NO SCHOOL
2nd grade Field Trip George Ranch Historical Park
4th grade FieldTrip to Taste of Texas
Seniors: Community Service Hours Due
K-2 Musical Program at 6PM
K-5 College Shirt Day
PTO Mother Son Game Night 4PM
School of Rock Jr. 7PM
April 29-May 3
Come and join us for the Dads in Prayer weekly on Wednesdays at 7:30AM in Don Barnhart's Office! All prayer fans, prayer warriors, Dads who kneel at the side of your child's bed, and Dads who want to pray more are welcome!
See you Next Wednesday!
Amy Hargrove will be hosting a time of prayer for moms. This meeting will take place in Amy's office, Bldg B, at 8:15 am. Moms will meet twice per month, please see the dates list below:
April 8 & 29
May 6 & 20
WHEN: April 13th 6PM
Guest Speaker: Marcus Luttrell
Please RSVP by clicking HERE.
What is Gala? Click HERE for more details.
How to HELP: Donating or soliciting an item for our Silent or Live Auction. Have a favorite place you like to go? Ask them for a donation
Any Donation earns your student will get a free dress day on April 30th.
Drop off items in the front office of Building B. ** Donation forms and solicitation packets available in the front office, by email, or on our website.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:
Amy Hargrove for tickets and Live Auction information or questions Amy Hargrove.
Andrea Sharayha for Silent Auction information or questions Andrea Sharayha.
Thank you in advance for all your help! We couldn't do it without you!
NEON NIGHT - Friday, April 12th
RCS takes on Legacy Prep Magnolia.
Join RCS Cheerleaders at the game and get a neon inflatable BAT!
Wear something NEON.
Little Jimmy's Italian Ice Cart on site during the game.
Game Starts @ 4:30 PM
RED OUT GAME & SENIOR RECOGNITION NIGHT- Tuesday April 16th
RCS takes on Brazos Christian
Join the RCS Cheerleaders at the game and fill the stand with RED!
Wear RED RCS gear.
The RCS Eagle Baseball 2019 Seniors will
be recognized at the game.
Once the basketball season is over, coaches from the districts meet to vote on which players should receive additional honors for their hard work on and off the court. Here are the honors for the Varsity Boys team:
Jacob Anderson: 1st Team All District, 1st Team All-State, District Offensive MVP, District Overall MVP, Academic All State
McCray Kelton: 1st Team All District, Honorable Mention All State, District Defensive MVP, Academic All State
Colin Fussell: 2nd Team All District, Rosehill Eagle Heart Award, Academic All State
Jake Howorth: Honorable Mention All State
Justin Whitmire: Honorable Mention All State
Pierce Shipp: Honorable Mention All State
Casen Kelton: Honorable Mention All State
The Varsity Girls team had an outstanding year as well, finishing as Regional Champs, with a record of 24-11. Here are the honors for the girls which were awarded Monday night at their banquet:
Lacey Dyal: 2nd Team All-District
Chloe Swedlund: 2nd Team All-District
Isabella Walker: Honorable Mention All-District
Team: District Runner Up, Bi-District Champs, Area Champs, Regional Champs
Last week 5th grade and Jr High Students were recognized during chapel for their excellence at the ACSI Math Olympics Competition held in February. The results are as follows:
Austin Wickboldt: 5th Grade ... 1st place Reasoning
Slade Saathoff: 5th Grade ... 2nd place Reasoning
Jacob LaRovere: 5th Grade ... Excellent in Reasoning
Graham Freeman: 5th Grade ... 1st place Computation
Benjamin Swank: 5th Grade ... 2nd place Computation
Dean Friedel: 6th Grade ... Superior in Computation
Micah Davila: 6th Grade ... Excellent in Computation
Mercy Freeman: 7th Grade ... Good in Computation
Garrett Gipson: 7th Grade ... Excellent in Computation
Morgan Johnson: 8th Grade Computation ... 1st Place
Alex Smith: 8th Grade ... Excellent in Computation
Last Friday, Melissa Broad, the Elementary and Jr. High Art teacher took several children to Bellville to the ACSI Art Competition. RCS students shined once again! Melissa Broad has done an amazing job teaching and inspiring these kids to embrace their talents.
Claire Langston- Superior- 3rd Overall in Painting
Bella Manning - Excellent - Drawing/color
Bailey Hickey - Good - Drawing/color
Eliana Self - Superior - 1st overall in Sculpture
Bo Smith- Superior - 2nd overall in Sculpture
Jaclyn Jeanes - Superior- 2nd overall in Drawing/Color
Norah Botkin-Henderson- Superior - 3rd overall in Misc. Art
Lauren Jackson - Excellent - Painting
Olivia Jaeskshe - Excellent - Paper Art
Eden Miller - Excellent - Painting
Jayden Williamson- Excellent - Mixed Media
Joey Bruhn- Excellent - Drawing/Color
Lily Gould- Excellent - Painting
Colt Metcalfe- Good - Photography
Wyatt Blase - Good - Photography
Kate Nobles - Superior - 1st overall in Painting
Sophia Torres - Superior - 1st overall in Mixed Media
Emma Mason - Superior - 1st overall in Paper Art
Katherine Burleson- Excellent - Fiber Arts
Gili Gould- Excellent - Painting
Isabelle Hartman - Excellent - Painting
Hailey Powell- Good - Relief Sculpture
Trey Jeanes- Excellent - Photography/digitally enhanced
Garrett Gipson- Excellent - Digital Art
Keely McNeill - Good - Drawing/Black & White
Tyson Anding - Superior - 1st overall in Drawing/Color
Dane Tribe - Superior - 1st overall in Printmaking
Addison Miller - Superior- 1st overall in Sculpture
Alex Smith- Superior - 1st overall in Drawing/Black & White
Ashlee Mayo - Superior - 2nd overall in Drawing/Color
Brylee Kobza- Superior - 3rd overall in Mixed Media
Elle Bruhn - Excellent - Drawing/scratchboard
Riley Budlong - Excellent - Fiber Art
Morgan Johnson - Excellent - Drawing/Color
Preslee Mazzapica- Good - Drawing/Black&White
PLACE: The Depot in Tomball, 201 S. Elm Street.
Set up from 12-4.
Event from 4-6. Students will be manning booths.
Clean up will be from 4-6.
Email Kim Faircloth
School supply ordering for the 2019-20 school year is now available for Preschool through 6th grade. This is a convenient way to make sure your child has exactly what they need. Orders are delivered directly to the school and all supplies will be placed in your child's classroom for the 2019-20 year. Deadline to order is June 15th. Ordering is EASY!
Click on Link: https://1stdayschoolsupplies.com/kits.php?sid=104808
For the Complete List of Supplies click here: School Supply List 2019-20
Select Grade for 2019-20 year
Follow Prompts to Check-out (note: Color Selection option is for supplies where no color has been specified - ex: scissors)
If you would rather purchase your own supplies, please see the attached lists below. Contact Casey Herring with any questions - email@example.com or 281.351.8114
TUESDAY, APRIL 30th at 7PM
SATURDAY, APRIL 27th at 4PM
McCray Kelton made the decision to attend Samford University in Birmingham, AL, in the fall. He signed his letter of intent last Thursday to be a decathlete on their Track and Field team. He and his family are thankful for RCS Athletics for the wonderful reception and to the coaches for the countless hours they give to so many of our athletes. Congratulations, McCray!
Teacher Spotlight: Jean Ann Priest
1. Where are you from and where did you grow up?
I was born in Ennis, Texas, and moved to Houston when I was ten years old.
2. Tell us about your family.
I met my husband, Marshall Priest, in high school. We have been married for many, many years. :) We have three adult children who have blessed us with eight wonderful grandchildren, five of whom have been Rosehill students at one time or another.
3. When did you realize you wanted to become a teacher?
School was always a place of learning and joy for me! By high school, I knew that I would like to pursue teaching as a career.
4. If you could have any other job, what would it be?
I’m content...right where I am!
5. Who is your primary role model?
Both of my parents were members of the “Greatest Generation.” I admire both of them for their courage, dedication, integrity, love, hard work, and faith in the Lord.
6. What are your hobbies?
One of my favorite pastimes is camping with my grandchildren. We get “serious” about our s’mores! I also enjoy working in my yard.
7. What is most rewarding about your job?
I count it a tremendous privilege to encourage and instruct the leaders of our next generation. I love getting to know my students and then start praying for the wonderful plans that God has for each one of them.
8. If you could live anywhere else, where would it be?
IS there any other place besides Texas?
9. What is your all-time favorite movie?
The Sound of Music
10. What food is like a guilty pleasure to you?
11. What is your favorite Bible verse and why?
My favorite chapter is Psalm 34. I especially love the joy that is expressed in verse 8: “Oh, taste and see that the Lord is good!” God is, indeed, good!
12. What is the last book you read?
I just finished The Inimitable Jeeves by PG Wodehouse.
13. What do you remember most about elementary, middle, or high school?
I always loved school at every level, but I best remember the friendships made in high school drill team and debate team.
14. What is a super power you think you have or would like to have?
To be in more than one place at a time
15. What is your biggest pet peeve?
Being put on hold on the phone...
16. Describe yourself in 3 words.
Merciful, hard worker, normally cheerful
17. What is your worst fear?
Misplacing my phone...it happens. :(
18. How long have you been teaching?
Most likely, since before your parents were born!
19. Any advice for RCS students?
Look for the Lord in your everyday life. Try to see and treat other people in the way that you know HE would see and treat them.
20. Memorable Quote?
“You catch more flies with honey than you do with vinegar.”
- Francis de Sales born 1567.
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