The Student News Site of Rock Bridge High School

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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

Day 84

Day 84

Bailey Stover June 9, 2020

Happy Birthday, Brother! Today is June 9. This morning, my dad and I worked together to create a wonderful breakfast spread for my brother to celebrate his 23rd birthday. I’d gotten up around 10 a.m....

Day 83

Day 83

Bailey Stover June 8, 2020

Productive Mondays kind of are the best. Today is June 8. The last few days I’d let some of my responsibilities slide, so today I decided to check several items off my to do list. Following a plate...

Day 18

Day 18

Snowy Li April 4, 2020

Today is April 4, and I woke up slowly to the sound of my parents filling my cat Daisy’s food bowl. I knew later in the day they might remind me again that taking care of her is my job, but I just felt...

Math team placed first in sweepstakes Saturday.

Math team finishes first place in relays at Camdenton High School

Jared Geyer January 18, 2020

The math team finished first place this weekend at the Camdenton High School math relay. The team has previously placed first and second overall in their division at previous math relays. Along with the...

Art by Sophie Froese

Sexist parenting practices begin lifelong biases for all

Amira McKee January 15, 2020

I looked up from my carefully constructed Lego space station to see a boy towering above me clad in yellow overalls and a polka dot shirt. “Those aren’t your Legos,” he shouted. I thought, What?...

Fire department helps students out of stuck elevator

Fire department helps students out of stuck elevator

Emily Oba March 12, 2019

n Tuesday, March 12 around 10:10 a.m. the fire department arrived responding to a call about two RBHS students stuck in the elevator by the math classrooms. “The elevator malfunctioned, it just stopped...

Photo by Emily Franke

CPS changes Algebra 1 course availability

Ji-Sung Lee December 9, 2018

As of the 2018-19 school year, sixth graders can no longer enroll in Algebra 1.  Dana Hibbard, Columbia Public Schools (CPS) mathematics coordinator, said CPS administration made the decision. The change...

Photo Illustration by Sophie Eaton

Math fosters independent minds

Anna Xu October 15, 2018

Math is the most hated on subject, often given harsh connotations from Grade Point Average (GPA) killer to the Math Monster. Suffering students and adults with past horror stories have questioned the purpose...

Photo by Mikaela Acton

Class participation varies on students

Emily Oba March 21, 2018

A teacher’s eyes scan the room and fall on a student trying her best to avoid any eye contact. “Hey, Nichole, can you answer my question?” For junior Nichole Iagorashvili, this is the exact situation...

 Photo by Abby Blitz

Mathleague places first, sets sights on future competitions

Katie Whaley December 15, 2017

Off the bleachers and away from the gymnasiums and football field, students are competing — and winning — in various competitions. One team specifically is the Mathleague, which most recently placed...

Infographic by Joy Park

Common Core math provides crucial problem solving skills

Nikol Slatinska April 25, 2017

For some students, math is complicated enough. Even when it consisted of counting on fingers and grouping blocks in an effort to grasp the concept of multiplication, it sometimes still proved challenging....

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