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For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counselor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.

Isaiah 9:6

Eagle Football Finishes the Season 9-2

The 2018 Football Season came to an end on Saturday as the Eagles fell to Hallettsville Sacred Heart, 39-13 in Columbus. The Eagles finish the season with a 9-2 record, which is the best record in school history. This was also the school's first playoff win in 11-man football.

The Eagles fell behind early when Hallettsville connected on a touchdown pass in the first quarter. Rosehill answered with a 36-yard field goal from sophomore Brady Ward to make the score 7-3. After a Hallettsville 32-yard field goal, the Eagles responded on a 35-yard touchdown pass from Trevor Manning to McCray Kelton. Ward’s kick tied the game at 10.

The Indians scored twice more in the second quarter to take a 24-10 lead into the locker room at the half. The Eagles kicked another 36-yard field goal to make the score 24-13 in the third, but the Indians scored two more touchdowns and added another field goal to make the final score 39-13.

The Eagles had a record-breaking season, posting seven shutouts and recording nine wins-- both school records. Nine Eagles played their last game and will certainly be missed: Eliot Mercado, Hans Barrios, McCray Kelton, Jake Howorth, Cameron Castillo, Nick Brueckner, Braeden Kobza, Seth Mallory, and Will Grudzeicke. This group posted a career record of 25 wins,17 losses, and three playoff appearances. For Fall 2019, the Eagles will return eight  starters on offense and five on defense as well as the kicker and the punter. RCS Football future looks bright as the Junior High team finished 7-1 and won the district title for the second time in three years.

The Christmas season is upon us and it is time as believers to bring the Christmas joy to families outside of our school.
This season, RCS is partnering with Waller Pregnancy Center and Intercept Ministries to help bring the love of Christ to families in need.  Starting November 25-December 3, 2018, we will be collecting various items that are desperately needed at these ministries.  
We are asking RCS families to donate new items and food to help these ministries fill the needs of area families.   All students who participate with this collection may wear their fun Christmas sweater on December 6, 2018.  

Collection drop off areas will be in Building B, D, and H offices November 25-December 3, 2018. 

Here is the list of items needed:

Food boxes to feed a family of 4:

Stuffing       Rice       Potatoes

Canned Veggies     Jar Gravy     Canned Fruit    

Cornbread Mixes      Mac N Cheese     Pasta

Spaghetti Sauce

New Baby Items:

Rattles     Board Books     Teethers 

Wipes and Desitin     Formula     Receiving Blankets

Baby Clothes 0-24 months ALL sizes and gender

Baby and Toddler socks



November 27

Jr Varsity and Varsity Boys Basketball vs Faith West at 6PM Competition Gym

November 28

4H Archery at Oil Ranch at 4PM

November 29

JH A&B Girls Basketball vs Anderson Shiro at 5PM

Competition Gym

Varsity Girls Basketball vs Faith West at 7PM Competition Gym

November 30

4H Archery at Oil Ranch at 4PM

Sophomores at Lone Star College Day

December 1

JH Girls B Team Basketball Round Robin Tournament

December 3

HighSchool Service Hours DUE

10 hours minimum - students check email for opportunities

JH A&B Boys and A Girls Basketball vs Covenant Conroe at 5PM Auxiliary Gym

December 4


Jr Varsity Boys Basketball vs TWCA at 4:30PM Competition Gym

Varsity Boys & Girls Basketball vs St Joseph at 6PM Competition Gym

High School Christmas Band and Choir Concert at 6:30PM at Rosehill United Methodist Church

December 5

Spelling Bee 3rd - 8th grades

4H General Meeting at 3:45PM E Commons

December 6

Class Picture Day

December 7

PTO Teacher Appreciation Luncheon



Do you own a business? Do you have a winter/spring RCS athlete?  It’s not too late to purchase a business ad or spotlight ad for your student athlete! Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to advertise and to get the Rosehill family discount! Please see attached fliers. DEADLINE FOR BOTH IS DECEMBER 5th.

Eagle Spotlights

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RCS Athletics are EAGLE STRONG.  The Athletic Booster Club works hard to support athletes in every sport.  Join the Booster Club today by completing the membership form in the link below.

Membership form

 Purchase a Season Pass that will allow entrance to any RCS sporting event.


7th Grade at San Felipe de Austin


The 7th graders went to the first "Capital of Texas"...that is, the capital of Stephen F. Austin's first colony, San Felipe de Austin.  

They enjoyed a tour of the museum, got to vote on whether Texas should have declared Independence in 1836, and were able to sort artifacts from an archaeology dig. They even reassembled broken pottery like an archaeologist would!

They ended their day with a hike at Stephen F. Austin State Park to see the Brazos River on a cold, but beautiful day!


4th grade Field Trip: Washington on the Brazos

Tuesday, November 14th, fourth grade visited Washington on the Brazos. Despite cold temperatures, students visited the farm and the museum. They took away a better understanding of everyday life for early Texas settlers.

Join the Golf Team

Do you have a student who is interested in playing Junior High or High School golf? Contact Pam Clayton.

Who can play: Boys and Girls - 6th-12th grade

Home Course:  Cypress Lakes Golf Course

Coach:  John Krause - PGA instructor at Cypress Lakes Golf Course

Junior High practice will begin Tuesday, January 8th.  Players will practice mornings starting at 7:30 am. Parents will need to bring their golf team member to the golf course for practice and will then need to have them at school by 8:45 am. In the past, parents have arranged carpools to help with the task.

High School team members will leave campus at the 8th-period bell and drive to the golf course.  If a student is a not driving and parents are not able to get them to the course, other arrangements will be made.

Tournaments for JH and HS are all day events and are usually played on Monday or Tuesdays.  Parents are welcome to attend all tournaments, but it is not required. Transportation will be provided to tournaments.


PTO Christmas Teacher Appreciation


Our Annual PTO Christmas Teacher Appreciation Luncheon is coming up on Friday, December 7th. Our theme is "A Christmas Movie.”  In order to make this event a success, we need YOUR help!  We are currently looking for substitute teachers on the day of the luncheon.

For every teacher to attend, we need a parent or grandparent to be a substitute in each class. We need subs that day from 11am to 1:15pm. If you can volunteer, please contact PTO.  You do not have to sub in your own child's class.  There are always other classes that need help. Remember, you must have a current background check on file and complete a volunteer application and Ministry Safe Training.

Only 27 Shopping Days Until Christmas!  Give back to RCS as You Shop

Amazon Smile was mentioned several weeks ago in the Weekly News, and several signed up to give back to RCS.  We have earned over $400 since August! Simply signing up and using Amazon Smile when you shop on Amazon benefits RCS immensely.  Shop as normal on Amazon, and select Rosehill as the school you want to support. With the holidays coming, this is a great way to support the school while you do your shopping.  See the instructions below and sign up today!

For more information about the Amazon Smile program, click here and choose Rosehill Christian SChool as the organization you are supporting.

Teacher Spotlight:  Cindy Briner

  1. Where are you from and where did you grow up?  I was born in Oklahoma, but lived in NW Indiana (just outside of Chicago) until I moved to Texas in 1980.

2. Tell us about your family.  I am married to David.  We have 3 children: Matt, Beth, and Jon.  We also have 2 grandchildren: Naomi and Norah.

3. When did you realize you wanted to become a teacher?  I knew I wanted to be a teacher when I was in 5th or 6th grade.

4. If you could have any other job, what would it be?  I have done other things (like working in a bank) but don’t really know of anything that excites me like teaching.  (I guess, if I had to choose, I find the law fascinating so lawyer or paralegal, maybe.)

5. Who is your primary role model?  My best friend (also my pastor’s wife) . . . she is one of the godliest women I know.

6. What are your hobbies?  I love to read.  I dabble in scrapbooking.

7. What is most rewarding about your job?  Seeing a student finally “get it”  and just watching them mature over the course of a year or from freshmen to seniors.

8. If you could live anywhere else, where would it be?  Florida - or anywhere warm:)

9. What is your all time favorite movie?  Avatar

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

11.  What is your favorite Bible verse/Bible character and why? I think my favorite character would have Joseph.  He went through so many trials and yet he never lost his faith.

12. What is the last book you read?  A Christian mystery series - The Cold Harbor Series

13. What do you remember most about elementary, middle, or high school?  I remember having some really wonderful teachers who inspired me - my 5th grade teacher, Mr. Fields; my algebra teacher, Miss Vischak; and my sophomore English teacher, Mr. Porter.

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

I would love to be able to be invisible!!!!

15. What is your biggest pet peeve?  Waiting in line at a drive through behind people who don’t know what they want to order!!!

16. Describe yourself in 3 words.  Old, old, old

17. What is your worst fear?  drowning

18. How long have you been teaching?  36 years

19. Any advice for RCS students?  Never forget that God is always faithful - in everything - always

20. Memorable Quote?  “Never sacrifice the permanent on the altar of the immediate.”  (Dr. Bob Jones, Sr.)

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