Daily Bulletin

Rock County High School Bulletin for Thursday, January 18, 2018

REMINDER: Everyone should be reminded that doing the right thing is always the right thing to do!!!

SPILLS: If a liquid is spilled somewhere inside the school building, please find Ione or Marty and let them know so they can clean it up.


Weight Room Just a reminder. No students are allowed to lift after school in the weight room unless they have an adult supervisor. Morning weights are offered three days a week for students to attend with supervision.

College and Service Rep. Visits: Interested juniors and seniors see Mr. Dohrman for a pass to attend.
Central Community College-Thursday, Feb. 8th at 11:00 am in the library
Chadron State College-Monday, Feb. 19th 1:00 pm in the library
University of Nebraska Lincoln-Wednesday, March 14th at 8:00 am in the Library

Speech Meet: The Jan. 20th Orchard-Clearwater Speech Meet is in Orchard, not Clearwater. The location is listed incorrectly on the Speech calendar.

Winter Activities Supper: The Rock county Booster club is hosting a supper for high school students, coaches, and sponsors of all winter activities including basketball, wrestling, One-Acts, FFA, Speech, Quiz Bowl, Choir, and Band. It will be Thursday, January 25th, in the Multipurpose room after sports practice is over, approximately 6:15 pm.

Missing: Blue Cinch Jacket. If found, please bring it to the office.

Quiz Bowl Practices:
Monday, January 15 @ 7 pm
Thursday, January 25 after Booster Club Supper
Monday, February 12 @ 7 pm
Thursday, February 22 @ 7 pm
Monday, February 26 @ 7 pm
Tuesday, March 13 @ 6 pm
Monday, March 19 @ 6 pm
Wednesday, March 21 NECC Quiz Bowl
Monday, March 26 NVC Quiz Bowl - All Day--Top 8
Monday, April 9 ESU Quiz Bowl --Afternoon--Top 8
Wednesday, April 11 State Quiz Bowl -- All Day -- Top 8 (Must Qualify)

Scholarships: Please be sure and check out the school website for a list of current Scholarships available to apply for:
UEW Healthcare EEOICPA Scholarship-Due July 31, 2018
Susan Thompson Buffett Scholarship-Due Feb. 1
FFA Scholarships
Farmers Ranchers Coop-Due February 2nd
Upper Elkhorn NRD Senior Scholarship-see Mr. Dohrman for an application
Haven & Virginia Smith Scholarship-Due February 16
Mitchell Equipment Scholarship-Due March 15, 2018
Oxbow Animal Health Scholarship-Due March 2, 2018

SOCIAL MEDIA: Students be reminded that it is strongly recommended that you are not to be on social media during school hours. Remember someone is out there watching a waiting.

Chain of Command: For Rock County Public Schools Activities and for the North Central Athletics, the following chain of command is in effect: (1) Activity Sponsor/Coach (2) Activities Director (3) Principal (4) Superintendent. If you have any concerns, please first contact the appropriate coach/sponsor.

7-12 GRADE ACADEMIC POLICY: The Rock County Public Schools Board of Education believes that academic achievement is important at every grade level. In the absence of credit requirements set forth by the Nebraska department of Education for students in grades 7 & 8, and in an effort to address academic achievement for students in grades 9-12, the local board of education will require a one hour mandatory Monday thru Thursday study hall after school beginning at 3:31 and ending at 4:31. This study hall requires any student in grades 7-12 whose name appears on the weekly ineligible list to attend. On days in which early dismissals are scheduled and Fridays, there will be no study hall. The mandatory attendance requirement may be temporarily waived if and only if the parent/guardian contacts the administration prior to the absence with a credible reason. The administration may also waive the mandatory attendance for an unusual or unforeseen circumstance. Any student choosing not to attend will be subject to further disciplinary action as deemed appropriate by the administration. The list will be generated around 2:30 on Fridays and toward the end of the day the last day of the shortened week. Parents/guardians will receive and e-mail and letter in the mail notifying them of their child's mandatory attendance for the following week. Students will also be notified and handed written notification to be taken home, signed by the parent/guardian and returned the first day of study hall the following week.

DANGEROUS ITEMS: Students are not to bring dangerous items to school. Such items include, but are not limited to: guns, knives, firecrackers, and weapons of any kind. Such items will be confiscated. The student bringing such items to school is subject to long-term suspension/expulsion, and the items may be turned over to law enforcement agencies for further action.

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