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"...let us run the race that is set before us, looking to Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith, who for the joy set before him endured the cross..."

Hebrews 12:1-2

Varsity Football Parent Meeting TONIGHT


Parents of young men interested in playing Varsity Football in the Fall, please make plans to attend the informational meeting on Thursday, May 9th at 6PM in H Commons.

Athletic Summer Camps


Summer is approaching fast! Please take a look at the athletic camps going on from May-August at RCS. 

All camps are lead by RCS coaches. All camps except cross country are on our RCS campus. 

You do not have to be an RCS student to attend, so please share with your friends and family!

A few things have changed: 

*Parents must register for each camp and pay online. 

All summer athletic camp information is on our website under Athletics / Summer Camps, or for your convenience, click the link below.  

Athletic Summer Camps 


May 12-16

Junior Class trip to Washington DC

May 13-17


May 13

5th to 6th grade Parent Meeting at 3:45PM in G8

May 17


May 18

Graduation at 10AM at Fairfield Baptist Church

May 20-23

Little Eagles Football Camp 3:30PM

May 21-23

3rd - 5th grade Basketball Camp

May 22

1st & 2nd grade Awards at 8:15AM in Chapel

3rd & 4th grade Awards at 9:05AM in Chapel

6th grade Choir sings at Nursing Home

May 23

5th & 6th grade Awards at 8:45AM in Chapel

Kindergarten Promotion at 6:30PM in H Gym

May 24

K-4th Splash Day

8th grade Promotion at 8AM in H Gym




Dads In Prayer

Come and join us for the Dads in Prayer weekly on Wednesdays at 7:30 am 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!

Moms In Prayer

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:

Last Meeting on May 20

No Advisory in May


Due to scheduling and finals, there will be NO Advisory period for the month of May for Jr High or High School students.

Varsity Baseball Advances to Regionals


The Eagles defeated Central Texas Christian on May 2nd, in Franklin, Texas. Ty Hermes toed the rubber for the Eagles and was outstanding in 6.1 innings of action. Hermes gave up two runs while striking out eight and was credited with the win. Will Hauser relieved Hermes and Jacob Filip closed out the game. Offensively Hauser came up with the big hit. With the bases loaded in the second inning, Will lined a hit over the third baseman and three runners scored. Vonte Green, Jake Walston and Thomas Voorheis also contributed on offense while the infield defense of Hauser, Filip, Voorheis, and Green was outstanding. Ben Nicholson was a rock behind the plate, and the outfield trio of David Barbato, Jake Walston and Nick Brueckner were also solid. Reid Hauser pinch ran and scored a couple of runs, and the Zoo Crew of Jacques Currier, Jared Starnes, Colin Fussell, Seth Mallory and Jake Howorth also contributed to the win. The Eagles next opponent is defending division champion, New Braunfels Christian. That game will be played on Saturday night, May 11, at 7:30pm at the Shiner Starplex in Shiner, TX.  Make plans to take a road trip on Saturday and come out and support the Eagles.

Varsity Track Excels at STATE Competition


Cambring Drake:  Gold Medal in 100m Hurdles

McCray Kelton:  Gold Medal in 400m Run, Gold Medal in Triple Jump, Silver Medal in the Long Jump and High Jump

Annie Pearce: Gold Medal in Discus

Jackie Geyer:  Bronze Medal in 300m Hurdles

McCray Kelton, Kyle Wallace, Olusegun Bolarin, and Reid Hauser:  Bronze Medal in 4x400 relay

Vonte Green:  Gold Medal in Shot Put

Joy Areola: Gold Medal in Triple Jump

McCray Kelton received the 3A Athlete of the Meet!  He scored 36 points in the individual events.  The boys placed 6th overall and the girls placed 4th overall.  Great job, Athletes!  We are so proud of all your hard work.

New Academic Advisor


We would like to welcome and congratulate our new Academic Advisor, Stephany Burleson. Stephany has been with RCS for seven years as the Academic Office Manager and will be assuming her new role on June 1, 2019. Stephany has a Bachelor of Science in Sociology from Texas A&M University and is currently working on her Guidance Counselor's Certification. Stephany and her husband Jett have two daughters at Rosehill and are active members of Good Shepherd United Methodist Church.  We are excited to have Stephany in this new role.

Important Field Day Instructions for K-5th


Field Day is coming soon on May 17th!  Students may wear athletic shorts to school for Field Day, but they must meet the RCS "fit" guidelines.  This means that shorts cannot be too short, too tight, or too revealing.  The rule of thumb for length is that when a student places her hands in front of her, her fingertips should be touching fabric and not her skin. Please do not wear biker shorts or spandex So grab your tennis shoes and your rad tye-dye shirts you made in art and get ready for a day of team spirit and lots of fun! 


Summer Camps Available at RCS


A variety of camps are offered every summer. Summer camps are open to children of all ages. You do not have to be a Rosehill student to attend summer camps. 

- SUMMER FUNSummer Fun camps are available for our youngest students, ages 3 through those who have completed Kindergarten.

- CAMP EAGLECamp Eagle is offered to students who have complete Kindergarten through 6th grade. 

- DRAMA CAMPDirected by our own, Mrs. Clark. Drama Camp is limited to 15 students, register soon!

Click on the link below to see full descriptions of each camp.  Register and pay for all camps conveniently online.  Spaces are filling up quick so register TODAY!


PTO Planning Meeting: May 21st


Save the date for May 21st 8:15- 9:15 in E Commons.

Everyone welcome!!  

Let's get together and brainstorm about some changes for next year!! 

New ways to love on our teachers and staff

Help us build community in our school

Homeroom mom ideas

Service projects in the classrooms and more! 

Don't worry about finding a babysitter for the younger kids, they are welcome to come too!

Any questions contact Amy Hargrove at ahargrove@rcseagles.org

Spanish VI to Doneraki


Students in Spanish IV Honors visited the Doneraki on May 1, an authentic Mexican restaurant downtown.  Not only did the students speak Spanish the entire meal with each other and with the staff, but more importantly, La Catrina, the series of novels they have been reading for the past two years, are based on the works of the famous painter, Diego Rivera, and the Mexican legend of "La Catrina." The Doneraki has Rivera's exact mural re-created from Mexico City,  Sueño de una Tarde Dominical en la Alameda Central, that spans one of their entire walls, with "La Catrina" at the center. They also have a room dedicated to the artist, Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera's wife.  Students also recently researched and presented historical presentations in Spanish to their peers over Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, "La Catrina, " Diego's mural, and the Mexican War for Independence.  The field trip was a great time for all and has become a highlight of this AP preparatory course.

Camp Eagle Needs DONATIONS


Camp Eagle, the summer day camp at RCS, is in need of the following items and these items can be dropped
off at any of the reception areas. Just indicate that it is for Camp Eagle:

pool noodles, various colors, 25 each

100 glow sticks

1000 water balloons

4 "auto-fill" water balloon packs

50 cans of silly string

2 packs of gold coin candies

DIY Sunglasses, white, 9.99/dozen at Oriental Trading (need 48 total)

DIY Spiral Notebooks $6.69/24pieces at Oriental Trading (need 48 total)

Top Secret Pencils $4.69/24pieces at Oriental Trading (need 48 total)

DIY Medium Colorful Canvas Drawstring Bags $19.59/dozen (need 48 total)

DIY Unfinished Wood Cars at Oriental Trading $9.29/dozen (48 total needed)

Multi-pack colored fabric markers (brush or broad tip) x 4 packs

Permanent colored markers x 3 packs

Black THICK sharpie markers, 3 each

Black regular sharpie markers, 3 each

16 ounce acrylic paint bottles: light blue, dark blue, regular blue, red, light green, dark green, yellow, black, white, 1 of each color

16 ounce acrylic glitter glaze bottle, 1 each

8 ounce glitter glue bottles: various colors, 4 bottles

Washable glitter glue pens, 2 packs of 10 each

Hot glue gun glue sticks (3 packs)

4 ounce bottle gorilla glue

Spray paint: 2 cans glitter silver, 1 can hammered silver

Duct tape: 3 rolls silver/grey, 1 roll white, 1 roll yellow, 1 roll red, 1 roll green

Textile medium (4 bottles of 8 oz ea) – ex: Delta, Chromacrylic, Folkart brands

1 pkg paper or styrofoam bowls

1 pkg paper plates

1 pkg white cardstock

1 pkg primary colors cardstock

White T-shirts: Adult XL-3, Adult L-3, Adult M-5, Adult S-5, Youth XL-5, Youth L-5, Youth M-5

Large canvas drop cloth, 1 each

1 pack clothespins

Liquid starch (like Purex “Sta-Flo”),64 oz bottle, 1 each

Bottle white vinegar

Baking soda, 1 box

Large bottle clear glue

Ziploc bags (1 snack size, 1 sandwich size, 1 quart size)

1 large roll of leather or twine

3 yards each dark and light green felt

1 yard each felt: light blue, soft pink, bright pink, brown

Glitter, container each of silver, neon green, neon blue, and neon pink

Baby food jars, with lids, 48 each  *Or similar sized plastic or glass jars with lids

Baking parchment paper, 1 roll

2nd-hand/used hardback books (about 5x7 sized and 1-2 inches thick, 12 each)

Outer space decorations & crafts

Circus decorations & crafts
Hawaiian crafts & decorations
Scooby Doo decorations & crafts  

Lost and Found: Check it TODAY


As the year comes to an end, please encourage your student to check the LOST AND FOUND in the E Commons and also check with Ms. Krantz in the Athletic Office and Ms. Turney in Bldg D.  There are several items that need to be claimed.  See the picture for some of the items in Bldg D.  

2019-2020 School Supply Information


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!

If you would rather purchase your own supplies, please see the attached lists below. Contact Casey Herring with any questions - cherring@rcseagles.org or 281.351.8114

Spirit Wear SALE: Supplies Limited

Stop by the reception area in Bldg D to get great deals on Spirit wear.  There are several styles and sizes still available.  There are tons of youth sizes still available and several hoodies.  These items never go on SALE so take advantage of this offer NOW!

             All Short Sleeve Shirts $5

                   All Hoodies $10

                        All Long Sleeve Shirts $7

Teacher Spotlight: Meredith Burk

1. Where are you from and where did you grow up?

Tyler, TX

2. Tell us about your family.

My husband is Brian. We have been married almost 17 years.  We have three children at Rosehill: Lilly (6th), Hudson (4th), and Eva(1st).  We have two labs - Dakota and Dixie.

3. When did you realize you wanted to become a teacher?

I was working as a Registered Dietitian at Memorial Hermann and was pregnant with our first daughter, Lilly.  I wanted to be able to stay at home with her, so I decided to begin teaching Nutrition at night at Lone Star College.

4. If you could have any other job, what would it be?

Chef or baker

5. Who is your primary role model?


6. What are your hobbies?

Cooking, watching movies, reading, shopping

7. What is most rewarding about your job?

The joy the students have when they are excited about learning something new.  Also, with the high school, I enjoy teaching them about health and nutrition that they can hopefully apply to their lives now and after graduation.

8. If you could live anywhere else, where would it be?

Anywhere with a view of water

9. What is your all time favorite movie?

Old chick flicks - Sleepless in Seattle, While You Were Sleeping, You’ve Got Mail

10. What food is like a guilty pleasure to you?

Dark chocolate

11.  What is your favorite Bible verse/Bible character and why?

Lamentations 3:23-24 -

“Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed,

For His compassions never fail.

They are new every morning;

Great is your faithfulness.”

I love how this encourages me that no matter what the day held, the next day is new and full of promise.

12. What is the last book you read?

Katie Farrell - Nourish - a Christian book about Katie Farrell and her journey to health and fitness.

13. What do you remember most about elementary, middle, or high school?

Finding true friends

14. What is a super power you think you have or would like to have?

Being in more than one place at a time - with three kids, this would be amazing!

15. What is your biggest pet peeve?

People with excuses

16. Describe yourself in 3 words.

Calm, compassionate, culinary

17. What is your worst fear?

Snakes, falling off a mountain

18. How long have you been teaching?

13 years teaching college level - LoneStar and Wake Tech  Community College and 3 years at Rosehill

19. Any advice for RCS students?

Be true to yourself and your convictions.

20. Memorable Quote?

I believe there is only one truly courageous thing we can do with our lives: to love unconditionally.  Absolutely, with all of ourselves, so much that it hurts and then more. - Katie Davis Majors

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