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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

Adding up the knowledge: Math teacher Evan Thornberry works questions on the board in his Algebra 2 class Friday, April 27. Photo by Annalisa Geger.

Leaving teachers reflect on their last remaining days

Will Cover May 15, 2018

[dropcap style="flat" size="5"]I[/dropcap]n just more than one week, seven teachers will move on from their time at RBHS. Chemistry teacher Barry Still, world studies teacher Emily Cissi, biology teacher...

OneNote down

Technicians work to restore OneNote, other applications

Anna Xu November 1, 2017

Microsoft OneNote is down for 40 percent of the student body across Columbia Public Schools, and students here are affected, as well. Just two days ago, students lost access to the OneNote application...

Severe weather extends school hours

Severe weather extends school hours

Multiple Authors December 16, 2016

At roughly 3:45 p.m. today, principal Dr. Jennifer Rukstad announced over the intercom that buses would arrive late due to inclement weather. Because of this, RBHS will stay open for as long as necessary...

Teacher work days explained

Teacher work days explained

Nicole Schroeder February 27, 2015

As students throughout the CPS district spend today sleeping in or catching up on their favorite TV show, teachers across elementary, middle and high school are collaborating with their Professional Learning...

Missouri House Bill 136 could change graduation requirements on math and science credits. Students would have to take a math or science course for the two semesters prior to their graduation. Photo by Maddy Jones

Bill reinforces science, math

Daphne Yu April 25, 2013

Missouri graduation guidelines as to how to obtain the mandatory 24 credits became stricter with the introduction of requiring a half credit of personal finance in 2007. Now, high school students at RBHS...

New science curriculum focuses on experimentation, discovery

Stazi Prost September 20, 2012

Students can put their flashcards away because of a recent change in the way educators across the country will teach science. From this school year on, rote memorization will be less important overall...

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