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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

At the Roots N Blues festival Saturday, Sept. 28, BoCoMo Bubble Man Chuck Meal delights audiences with bubbles in a variety of sizes and colors as they catch the afternoon light. Photo by Bailey Stover.

People of Roots N Blues – Chuck Meal

Bailey Stover September 29, 2019
The BoCoMo Bubble Man, Chuck Meal, delights in bringing joy to children and uses his craft as a way to provide peace and calm to himself and others.
Why teenagers shouldnt grow up yet

Why teenagers shouldn’t grow up yet

Courtney Bach May 18, 2018

When I was in kindergarten all the way through fifth grade almost every day had something worth celebrating. I would bring in candy for my birthday and treats before breaks. Good attendance and behavior...

Early exposure to technology inhibits development

Nikol Slatinska March 26, 2018
Despite its prevalence, excessive use of electronics can lead to delayed advancement of interpersonal skills in children.
RBHS to appoint new staff

RBHS to appoint new staff

Emily Oba May 18, 2016

Infographic by Katie Whaley By the end of May, the six teachers who are leaving will be replaced. The principals, department chairs and a district coordinator make the decisions that will affect both...

art by Yasmeen El-Jayyousi

Working with children fosters appreciation for learning

Emily Franke April 12, 2014

After a month of snow days and extended weekends, it is easy to fall into a slump, to lose motivation and slack off in my classes. I am burnt out. Lacrosse season and the promise of summer steal my focus,...

Family Fun Fest educates in entertaining fashion

Renata Poet Williams September 19, 2013

Full of children running around laughing, yelling and enjoying the outdoors, Family Fun Fest, held Sept. 18, is a mix between entertainment and learning. Held every third Wednesday from April through...

Junior Subah Mohua watches as kids squirt color over their shirts.

The Intersection entertains kids with tie-dye

Kelsey Harper May 18, 2013

  Yesterday we celebrated a successful year at the Intersection with a tie-dye extravaganza. It was gorgeous outside so we were able to go wild with all of the vibrant colors. The kids got to create...

My big fat Greek Christmas

My big fat Greek Christmas

Maria Kalaitzandonakes December 21, 2012

Click here to listen to Maria read her commentary. Most days,  my life with a Greek father is normal. Occasionally conversations switch between English and Greek, and we do cook with a lot of olive...

Camp Show Choir thrills hopefuls

Camp Show Choir thrills hopefuls

Urmilla Kuttikad December 10, 2012

On Saturday, Dec. 8, from 12 - 5 p.m., members of the RBHS show choirs put on Camp Show Choir, a camp where young hopefuls learned the basics of being in a show choir - vocals, choreography, makeup and,...

Representative Stephen Webber (left) and John Wright (right) discuss education initiatives among themselves and Columbia residents Dec. 4. Photo by Elizabeth Upton

Legislators advocate for increased education funds

Urmilla Kuttikad December 5, 2012

The Missouri PTA hosted State Senator Kurt Schaefer, State Representatives Caleb Rowden, Chris Kelly, Stephen Webber and John Wright, as well as representatives from the offices of Senators Claire McCaskill...

Teens volunteer at Tiger Night of Fun

Teens volunteer at Tiger Night of Fun

Urmilla Kuttikad November 1, 2012

Video by Urmila Kutikkad Every Oct. 31, the Hearnes Center hosts the Mizzou Family Tiger Night of Fun, providing young trick-or-treaters- whether they're  classic princesses and superheroes or unconventional...

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