The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

Committee to decide use of contest funds

Committee to decide use of contest funds

Brayden Parker April 28, 2014

[vimeo url="https://vimeo.com/92768106" width="640" height="360"] Video by Renata Williams Months after the final polling for Celebrate My Drive closed and State Farm announced their national winners,...

Budget Crisis? CPS faces potential cuts

Budget Crisis? CPS faces potential cuts

George Sarafianos February 14, 2014

Earlier this year, Boone County released its assessed valuation to Columbia Public Schools regarding the increase in percentage of property taxes intended to be set aside for next year’s budget. With...

Snow days present possibility of school year end date change

Snow days present possibility of school year end date change

Manal Salim February 13, 2014

When the snowstorm swept across Mid-Missouri last week, leaving seven inches of snow and ice, the red banner scrolled across the Columbia Public Schools website, day after day, announcing cancellations....

Head cheerleading coach resigns; assistant coaches to step in

Head cheerleading coach resigns; assistant coaches to step in

Urmilla Kuttikad November 15, 2013

Former assistant coaches Brittany Stroup and Rebecca McCaulley have replaced Jessica Kendrick as head cheerleading coach of the Bruins' squad. Kendrick resigned Thursday, Nov. 7. Dr. Jennifer Mast, principal,...

Turnage wins appeal, regains athletic eligibility

Turnage wins appeal, regains athletic eligibility

Brett Stover October 9, 2013

Missouri State High School Activities Association granted junior Antwon Turnage, wide receiver for the Bruin football team, full eligibility to participate in Rock Bridge High School athletics today. Because...

Administration anchors new class drop policies

Administration anchors new class drop policies

Manal Salim October 8, 2013

In recent years, taxpayers have spent hundreds of millions of dollars to nudge more students into Advanced Placement classes, according to the educational news site, politico.com, by promoting classes...

Senior West Wilson speaks on behalf of the Bruin Cup Student Board. Photo by Lisa Holt.

Bruin Cup celebrates students athletes

Fariha Rashid May 25, 2013

“21 Teams. 1 School. All Champions.” This appeared to be the theme of this year’s Bruin Cup, an annual dinner and awards ceremony celebrating Rock Bridge athletes’ achievements in their respective...

Athletes sign to take next step

Athletes sign to take next step

Julia Schaller February 12, 2013

[nivo_slider source="post" link="image" size="500x300" limit="20" effect="random" speed="600" delay="3000"] Feb. 6: a day of athletic achievement for numerous Rock Bridge seniors. It linked the high school...

Players, Mast review post-game altercation

Players, Mast review post-game altercation

Daphne Yu January 23, 2013

After last night's nail-biting basketball game between cross-town rivals RBHS and Hickman High School where the Bruins lost 78-74 at the end of three overtimes, Kewpie fans stormed the court in jubilation. A...

Buckling tiles cause distress, detour

Buckling tiles cause distress, detour

Kaitlyn Marsh January 15, 2013

Upon entering the building early this morning, faculty and students noticed a swelling in the brick tiles by the vending machines near the south entrance of RBHS. After further examination, faculty and...

The RBHS Booster Club, which annually hosts the For the Love of the Game auction and dinner, raised enough money in the past 10 years to renovate and expand the weight room. Celebrating their decade mark, For the Love of the Game hopes to reach a milestone of one million dollars in revenue to help fund Columbia Public Schools’ purchase of new weights.

Parents provide monetary support for athletics

Jacqueline LeBlanc November 5, 2012

Last year, RBHS hung seven newly earned state title banners across the far gymnasium wall along with the 23 other athletic state titles earned since the school opened. While the dedication, work ethic...

Classroom temperatures fluctuate; computer problem solved

Classroom temperatures fluctuate; computer problem solved

Luke Chval October 11, 2012

The RBHS heating ventilation and air conditioning unit shut down yesterday, Oct. 10. Media Center Specialist Dennis Murphy, a school technician accidentally pulled the wrong hub box out of the computer...

Load More Stories

Comments (0)

All Bearing News Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest