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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

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Courtwarming Week set for Feb. 24-27

Ryan Choe February 24, 2020

RBHS began its annual Courtwarming Week today, which will go to Feb. 27. This year’s theme idea came from student council (StuCo) to be “Versus: A week of Throwdowns.” The morning assembly, which...

StuCo to hold seventh annual Hot Chocolooza

StuCo to hold seventh annual Hot Chocolooza

Will Cover January 10, 2020

Student Council (StuCo) will hand out free hot chocolate in North and Main commons after school today, Jan. 10. StuCo holds the event, Hot Chocolooza, to celebrate the first week of second semester.  Peyton...

Annual PowderPuff kicks off tomorrow

Annual PowderPuff kicks off tomorrow

Ryan Choe November 13, 2019

The 13th annual PowderPuff game, organized by Student Council (StuCo), will begin at 5:30 p.m. Thursday Nov. 14 on the football field. PowderPuff, a touch flag football game for female students, helps...

Student Council opens homecoming planning process

Audrey Novinger September 28, 2019

Homecoming themes often recirculate, but this year’s planning team threw something new into the mix: salad week. The idea began with lettuce and evolved into something more concrete as a group comprised...

Courtwarming King voting starts today

Courtwarming King voting starts today

Brandon Kim February 13, 2019

Today, all students of RBHS can vote for the 2019 Courtwarming King. Out of a ten candidate court, one will be named king. The link will be on the RBHS homepage. Selection for the court began around three...

BLOOD DRIVE: Students cheer on friend to donate blood last year. Photo by Yousef Leljayyousi

StuCo to host annual blood drive Oct. 31

Anna Xu October 30, 2018

From before Civics teacher Kelley Wittenborn took over as the adviser of Student Council, it has hosted a blood drive partnering with the Red Cross. As tradition would have it, this year the organization...

The RBHS science department poses for a group picture of their outfits for Disney/Animated Day Oct. 8. Tomorrows theme will be Sci-Fi/Superhero Day. Photo by Maya Bell.

A glimpse of animated films day

Bailey Stover October 8, 2018

On the first day of homecoming week, students and teachers wore costumes relating to the theme of animated films. The science department dressed as the minions from "Despicable Me" while students drew...

Letter To The Editor: Student Council

Letter To The Editor: Student Council

Special Guest December 30, 2017

As a teacher and club sponsor at Rock Bridge, I’m a believer in the school-wide philosophy of independent, student-driven learning and leadership. Because of this, I have always strived to avoid speaking...

Senior Addison Logsdon takes a swing at a used Jeep Patriot, donated by Stephanie Harman, on Tuesday Oct. 3 at a fundraiser put on by StuCo. The event, which promoted homecoming, raised around $400 for a hurricane relief foundation.

StuCo overspends, has to fundraise

Ben Kimchi November 1, 2017

Class pride isn’t translating into money this year for RBHS Student Council (StuCo). A lack of class t-shirt sales has left StuCo low on funds, club sponsor Kelley Wittenborn said. StuCo has made the...

The senior team in 2016s powderpuff match makes an entrance much like that of the RBHS football team by running in with the RBHS flag and getting into a huddle before their game against the sophomores. Photo by Yousuf El-Jayyousi

Powderpuff sign ups to begin tomorrow

Nikol Slatinska October 17, 2017

Sign ups for Powderpuff, the all-girls football tournament, will start tomorrow, Oct. 18 at 8:30 a.m. in the Activities Office. It costs $20 to participate. Student Council advisor Kelley Wittenborn said...

Musicians at last years True/False sophomore screening play before the showing of the movie The Bad Kids. Last years movie generally provoked a positive response from students, but this year what the reception by students will be is uncertain. Photo by Grace Vance

Sophomore True/False screening stirs controversy

Cam Fuller March 2, 2017

[dropcap style="flat" size="4"]T[/dropcap]omorrow, Sophomores from across CPS are invited to go to Missouri Theater on Friday for a special showing of Raoul Peck’s new documentary I Am Not Your Negro. The...

Voter fraud compromises court

Voter fraud compromises court

Grace Vance February 5, 2017

Student Council determined on Monday that the original list of courtwarming candidates had to be amended because of suspected fraudulent voting. Although Student Council announced the names of 11 boys...

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