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 138

Day 138

Bailey Stover August 2, 2020

Happy graduation party! Today is August 2. I had a fitful night’s sleep for some reason and woke up fully awake at 4:50 a.m. My friend later told me she was awake at the exact same time, too, so I’m...

Day 137

Day 137

Bailey Stover August 1, 2020

Goodbye childhood. Today is August 1. I was so energized from my graduation and family dinner last night I wasn’t able to get to sleep until 1 a.m. Nevertheless, my body decided I had to be up at 8:45...

Day 121

Day 121

Bailey Stover July 16, 2020

Productivity is back in fashion. Today is July 16. One of the strange upsides to having my wisdom teeth removed is I can now easily wake up in the morning. Whenever my alarm goes off, I seem to be ready...

Day 120

Day 120

Bailey Stover July 15, 2020

What does eternity feel like? Today is July 15. Inherently, the concept of time is strange. I sometimes wonder if life as I know it would even be possible without constant timekeeping. Since I got my...

Day 115

Day 115

Bailey Stover July 10, 2020

Exhaustion is (normally) not the key to success. Today is July 10. Instead of going to sleep last night, I decided to do a hard biological reset on my body and brain by staying awake all night. I know...

Day 73

Day 73

Bailey Stover May 29, 2020

Busy days feel good. Today is May 29. I woke up at 9:15 a.m. confused and mildly disoriented from an odd dream involving the characters from Netflix’s The Witcher performing either William Shakespeare’s...

Abigail Bridgeman, sophomore

Abigail Bridgeman, sophomore

Sarah Mosteller January 21, 2020

What do you think is one of the biggest flaws in the American education system? “I believe that while the American education system is doing an okay job right now, the way teachers are treated and how...

School administrations vs. bullys

School administrations vs. bully’s

Jordyn Thompson April 12, 2019

From the documentary Bully on Netflix, Jordyn Thompson talks about the horrific bullying stories of children who have committed suicide or deal with abuse at school every day. She strongly pushes that...

Special Education teacher Nita Cummings receiving recognition at the Flashback Assembly on April 27th.    Image by George Frey.

Retirees recount a lifetime of education

George Frey May 15, 2018

Teachers impact lives in extraordinary ways. They are guides, muses and catalysts for many to make a full effort in a given subject. A teacher’s job is not only to instruct but to connect with students,...

Adding up the knowledge: Math teacher Evan Thornberry works questions on the board in his Algebra 2 class Friday, April 27. Photo by Annalisa Geger.

Leaving teachers reflect on their last remaining days

Will Cover May 15, 2018

[dropcap style="flat" size="5"]I[/dropcap]n just more than one week, seven teachers will move on from their time at RBHS. Chemistry teacher Barry Still, world studies teacher Emily Cissi, biology teacher...

Sophomore Sarah Kuhlman looks at her Interim Progress Report (IPR) while juniors Carter Foust and Dani Barnes anticipate their own IPRs on April 23. Students received their report cards on a Monday because of a mix-up in putting correct grades.

Staff meetings may alter schedules

Multiple Authors May 10, 2018

[dropcap style="simple" size="10"]C[/dropcap]lasses normally available on third and fourth block may be offered at different times or not at all for some blocks as teachers implement new Professional Learning...

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