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Financial obligations raise stakes for MSHSAA students

Bailey Stover October 11, 2019
Clubs can have dues of up to $30 though not all organizations cost to join. For students who may not be able to afford the price of participation in clubs or athletics, various organizations offer opportunities to offset the costs.
Midnight Traveler preview screens for True Life Fund at RBHS

‘Midnight Traveler’ preview screens for True Life Fund at RBHS

Ben Kimchi February 28, 2019

xcerpts from “Midnight Traveler,” a documentary of an Afghan family fleeing the Taliban, played for RBHS students first block yesterday for the True Life Fund, an effort by the True/False Film Festival...

Halloween candy photo by Ethan Hayes

Clubs to participate in trunk or treat fundraising event

Ethan Hayes October 27, 2017
RBHS clubs will host first trunk or treat tomorrow in the RBHS parking lot. Children from the community are encouraged to attend.
the history of golden cow

A tradition tipped over: Golden Cow canceled

Nicole Schroeder January 28, 2016
The annual lip-sync and dance competition, Golden Cow, has been cancelled this year for the first time since it was originally created in 1993.
The seniors arrive for their Powder Puff football game against the juniors. Photo by Renata Williams.

Annual Powderpuff competition entertains, raises funds

Derek Wang December 4, 2014

With a roar, the junior sideline celebrated as junior Molly Klein sprinted past the senior defense and scored the go ahead touchdown, giving the juniors a 20-16 lead. The seniors would eventually lose...

ALS Ice Bucket challenge sweeps social media

ALS Ice Bucket challenge sweeps social media

Abby Kempf September 26, 2014

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has made quite a splash since its beginnings in July, raising more than $100 million for the cause and spreading awareness of the disease. Sophomore Gabbi Schust dumped the...

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Honor Flight fundraising competition hopes to instill values in students

Ashleigh Atasoy November 18, 2013

The Second Annual Honor Flight Fundraising competition has been going for a week now in Columbia Public Schools. Competing against the Jefferson City Public School district, RBHS aims to  to raise the...

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Student View: Honor Flight Fundraising Competition

Ashleigh Atasoy November 18, 2013

Last Monday, Nov. 11, RBHS kicked-off the second annual Honor Flight Competition against the Jefferson City Public School District. Sponsored by Young Republicans, the event aims to raise money for the...

Celebrate My Drive offers $100,000 prize

Celebrate My Drive offers $100,000 prize

Brett Stover October 17, 2013

In recent years, RBHS has made a point to give back to the community during homecoming week. Starting today the school will participate in Celebrate My Drive, a national campaign to promote safe driving. “This...

StuCo stays with traditional homecoming election

StuCo stays with traditional homecoming election

Abby Kempf October 16, 2013

Before Student Council announced the members of the homecoming court yesterday, the organization had puzzled over ways to change the selection process of the homecoming queen. In addition to the customary...

Student council members hang the homecoming banner in the main commons on Monday September 20, 2013.

Homecoming week preparation prompts school fundraising

Manal Salim October 9, 2013

In preparation for Homecoming Week, Student Council engaged in numerous discussions to decide the ideal theme and process. After extensive planning, RBHS seniors can place their votes to nominate their...

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