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The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

Bearing News

Librarian Jill Macy pushes a book cart down a quiet aisle of Daniel Boone Regional Library (DBRL). Very few students wer present Wednesday night, Sept. 19, at DBRL.  Photo by Sophie Eaton.

Libraries strive to serve evolving community needs

Ji-Sung Lee October 5, 2018

The hum of the air conditioning. The bustling of homework papers. The turning wheels of the cart carrying the yet-to-be shelved books. These are the typical sights and sounds of a library, yet with constantly...

Dennis Murphy checks in all the laptops that have been turned in so far. Photo by Isaac Parrish.

Returning laptops and where to find instructions

Isaac Parrish May 18, 2018

[dropcap style="flat" size="2"]A[/dropcap]s the school year comes to a close, students are required to return the laptops provided to them. [permalink id="https://www.cpsk12.org/cms/lib/MO01909752/Centricity/Domain/32/End%20of%20year%20laptop%20return%20fixed.pdf"...

Science Olympiad prepares for regionals

Science Olympiad prepares for regionals

Rochita Ghosh February 8, 2018

RBHS has a history of excelling at the annual Science Olympiad regionals competition at the Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, Mo. One caveat to this year, however, is the maternity...

One of the treats at the Velvet Cupcake. Photo by Maria Kalaitzandonakes

Satisfied by snickerdoodles, bakers weigh health effects of hobby

Siena Juhlin December 24, 2017

As festivities such as Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa draw nearer on the calendar, expectations of sugary treats begin to emerge. Homes fill with the aromas of peppermint, molasses and warm buttery pastries,...

Yousuf El-Jayyousi

Quiet kids need support

Nikol Slatinska September 30, 2017

When looking at which characteristics make an individual successful, it makes sense for academic intelligence to be at the top of the list. But no matter how good one is at a certain subject, such as math...

Precrastination: the opposite of procrastination

Precrastination: the opposite of procrastination

Faaris Khan April 24, 2017

Typical habits of procrastination haunt the minds of some high school students. Whether it be an all-nighter permeated with intense stress or an important task put off a week too late, procrastination...

Chamber Orchestra attends festival at Battle

Chamber Orchestra attends festival at Battle

Siena Juhlin March 17, 2017

Bows, suits and strings filled the auditorium, March 16 as Chamber Orchestra attended an optional clinic at Battle High School. Their goal was to help improve their skills for their upcoming competition...

Roads like Red Bay Creek Rd. are covered with snow and ice, posing potentially dangerous driving conditions, a reason for why school is canceled tomorrow. Photo by Yousuf El-Jayyousi

School cancellation stirs worry concerning finals

Rochita Ghosh December 18, 2016

Updated at 1:21 p.m. on Dec. 19. [dropcap style="simple" size="4"]O[/dropcap]n Sunday, Dec. 18, at 4:53 p.m., Columbia Public Schools (CPS) Communications Director Michelle Baumstark sent out an email...

Photo by Tyson Jamieson

Students utilize RBHS after school hours

Ann Fitzmaurice November 2, 2016

When the clock strikes 5:30 p.m., sophomore Laura Scoville packs up her school work and exits RBHS from the north commons. The atmosphere is dead; only a soft whirring of a custodian cleaning the nearby...

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