Daily Bulletin

Rock County High School Bulletin for Monday, November 20, 2017

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.

NVC Volleyball All Conference Selections Congratulations to the following girls on their selection to the Niobrara Valley All-Conference Volleyball Teams: 1st Team - Jadyn Bussinger and Caitlin Orton 2nd Team - Skylar Cosgrove Honorable Mention - Brodee Fleming and Lexy Heyden

College and Service Rep. Visits: Interested juniors and seniors see Mr. Dohrman for a pass to attend.
CENTRAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE Wednesday, Nov. 20th at 10:00 am Library
CHADRON STATE COLLEGE-Monday, December 4th at 1 p.m. in the Spanish Room

Congratulations All District Football Honors: 1st team; Colton Munger-Junior-DE, Jakob Heerten-Junior-QB, Griffin Smith-Senior-E, Walker Shaw-Senior-OL, Tristen Tarell-Senior-LB
Honorable Mention; Sage Miller-Sophomore-LB, Whitten Giles-Senior-OL, Charlie Gale-Sophomore-RB, Trace Ebert-Junior-DE, Andrew Walton-Sophomore-DT

RCHS Student Council Toy Drive
RCHS Student Council is partnering with Sunrise Ministries, based out of the Emanuel Church in Bassett, to hold a local toy drive. They are holding the drive to donate toys toward the Head Start and Preschool programs in Paramelee, SD along with He Dog School on the Rosebud Reservation.
Gifts are needed for children ranging from preschool to 8th grade age groups.
All gifts need to be newly purchased and not extravagant.
Ex. Remote control car, Barbies, baby doll, stuffed animal, football, etc.
Donations may be dropped off at the Rock County High School.
All donations are greatly appreciated!

Clean out Lockers: Students please clean out your lockers in the locker rooms and take things home over the long weekend to be washed!

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

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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