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

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CPS begins composting program at pilot schools

Sarah Ding March 9, 2020

[vc_empty_space height="70px"] Note: As of March 15, the composting initiative is suspended until further notice to minimize the spread of COVID-19. [vc_empty_space height="50px"]RBHS will be one of the...

RBHS to include compost bins in waste removal system

Anjali Noel Ramesh September 28, 2019

By the end of September, RBHS, along with Hickman High School and Battle High School, will add compost bins to their trash disposal systems. Partnering with the City of Columbia and the Mid-Missouri Solid...

Forum 8 movie theater in Columbia, Missouri

Movie theaters lack compared to their competition

Jared Geyer October 26, 2018

ovie theaters define themselves by the amount of complications people experience while there. There is always something to criticize, whether it be the prices of tickets and the atmosphere or the movies...

Photo by Kai Ford

Students strive for sustainability through environment’s protection

Ji-Sung Lee January 29, 2018

[dropcap]L[/dropcap]ike any typical senior, Quinn Cunningham is applying to colleges and thinking about post graduate plans; however, he doesn't stop there.  A leader of the Rock Bridge Reaches Out (RBRO)...

Clean up Columbia encourages community to contribute

Clean up Columbia encourages community to contribute

Grace Dorsey April 12, 2016

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photo by Anna Wright

Tunnels close during lunch periods in attempt to curb trash problem

Anna Wright March 13, 2014

The tunnels in RBHS’s lower level are now closed during A and B lunches, preventing students from sitting and eating in this area during their allotted half hour eating period. The administration announced...

District standardizes trash cans, replacing metal with plastic

District standardizes trash cans, replacing metal with plastic

Derek Wang February 13, 2014

After today, all of the trash cans in the district will be standardized. No longer will the trash cans be of varying shapes and sizes. All will now have to be the same type of plastic cans instead of...

Custodians Frederick Robinson (right) and Greg Reinkenmeyer (left) clean up trash left behind during students after lunch. Reinkenmeyer said it is important for students to do their part in keeping the building clean and garbage-free.

Recent intercom announcement encourages students to clean up lunch trash

Anna Wright October 29, 2013

In an intercom announcement yesterday at noon , Dr. Jennifer Mast, principal, reminded students of the importance that they dispose of their lunch trash in order to keep a clean school environment and...

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