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RHS Activities Schedule Update: RHS basketball vs Stockton on Friday Dec 2nd will be varsity only, no JV or C-Team games will be played. Girls varsity will start at 6:00pm, with the boys varsity starting 15 minutes after the conclusion of the girls game. RHS JV wrestling on Saturday Dec 3rd at TMP has been canceled. Instead the JV wrestling will now be compete at the Salina South Invite on Saturday Dec 3rd starting at 9:00am.
RHS- REMINDER: There will be a Parent Meeting for ALL High School Wrestling Team tonight in the Learning Center @ 6:30pm.
Due to illness and staffing issues, tonight's (11/14/2022) Board of Education meeting WILL NOT be live streamed. The meeting is open to the public and you are invited to join us in the Central Administration Office at 802 N. Main in Russell, KS. Sorry for the inconvenience!
The BOE will be holding a special meeting on Tuesday - Nov 15 in the RHS Cafe at 5:30 p.m. to complete the Strategic Planning process. See the agenda for details. https://5il.co/1kmke This meeting WILL NOT be live streamed. 11/14/22 Regular Mtg @ CO | 11/15/22 Special Mtg @ RHS
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The Board of Education will be holding their regular monthly meeting on November 14th in the Central Office board room beginning at 5:30 p.m. See the agenda for details: https://5il.co/1kiwf. This meeting will be live-streamed at https://youtu.be/Vmr1rDzPI08.
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The RHS Bronco Leaders that were recognized last Friday: Teagen P.- showed kindness and leadership by helping clean up a mess (dirty footprints) that was made by someone else in the hallway. It was nice that he stepped up and volunteered to clean it so the janitors wouldn’t have to! Nominated by: Ms. Railsback Sheldon T.- showed kindness and leadership by donating his hard work to help someone else out. Nominated by: Mrs. Campbell and Miss Schamberger Jose S., Sheldon T., Hunter R., and Vin B.- showed kindness and leadership by volunteering to help with concessions. They showed up early and stayed late. Nominated by: Mrs. Campbell and Miss Schamberger Gunnar U. and KJ N.- showed kindness and leadership by catching little footballs at the football game and giving them to the little kids sitting by the student section. It was very kind and the little kids were so excited! Nominated by- Mrs. Ptacek Gunnar U.- showed kindness and leadership by offering to help carry a box of paint supplies to a classroom for a teacher. This kindness meant so much! Nominated by: Ms. Tomlinson Timothy B.- removing himself from a situation instead of getting into an argument with another student. Nominated by Ms. Bunker Aubrey B.- showed kindness and leadership by helping another student out of the rocks after she face planted while getting a slush. Nominated by Kelvie R. and Mrs. Schiffelbein Mrs. Kasselman and Mr. Martin- showed kindness and leadership by helping clean up after the JAG Ceremony. Nominated by: Ms. Tomlinson Ms. Rock- showed kindness and leadership by taking the time to help a (very tired) co-worker carry a whole lof of stuff out to her car. It was hot and she was busy, but Mrs. Rock still took the time to help anyways. Nominated by: Ms. Tomlinson Jose S.- showed kindness and leadership by taking the time each day to clean up and put away a tray that isn’t his in the lunchroom. Nominated by: Mrs. Ptacek Arianna G.- showed kindness and leadership by pushing down the trash in the can next to the drinking fountain so that the water cups wouldn’t fall onto the floor. Nominated by Ms. Bunker Xzephren D. and Ian S.- showed kindness and leadership by helping clean up the sinks and floor around the sink in the boys bathroom when a mess was made after the soil ribbon lab. Nominated by: Ms. Railsback Hunter R.- showed kindness and leadership by picking up trash and paper towels off the floor in the boys bathroom. Nominated by: Mr. Revell Hannah G.- showed kindness and leadership by volunteering to do all the JV line judging for volleyball for Mr. Woolf so he could attend to other things. Nominated by: Mr. Woolf Jace P.- showed kindness and leadership by filling water for staff working the volleyball games. Nominated by: Mr. Woolf Jace P.- showed kindness and leadership by also taking the time to fill up the volleyball players’ water bottles during a hot home game. Nominated by: the volleyball team Annabelle R.- showed kindness and leadership by being kind and helping others with school work. Nominated by Mrs. Tomlinson and Brooke Evans Jaydon F.- showed kindness and leadership by taking the time to come and let the office know that there was water spilled in the hallway. She could’ve just ignored it or walked past it, but she didn’t! Nominated by: Mrs. Ptacek Kelvie R.- showed kindness and leadership by asking me if I liked being at RHS and then making my day by saying “I’m glad you like it because we love having you here”. Nominated by: Mrs. Ptacek Kelvie R., Haley C., Aubrey B., Taylor B., Camden B., Sophia G., Belle S., and Jaden N.- showed kindness and leadership by helping a classmate carry all of their stuff and navigate the school while on crutches. Nominated by Maddie Sohm and Mrs. Ptacek Parish L.- showed kindness and leadership by taking the time to help another student with homework. Nominated by: Adrianna Murray and Mrs. Ptacek Izzy P.- showed kindness and leadership by noticing cups were left on a lunch table and going back and throwing them away. Nominated by Mrs. Ptacek Lauren F. and Hunter T.- showed kindness and leadership by assisting Mrs. A at Rotary. They paid for and poured her coffee, helped her walk to her truck, and carried items for her. Nominated by: Mrs. A Cheyenne B.- showed kindness and leadership by helping pin boutonnieres on the attendants and candidates at the homecoming crowning. Cheyenne took initiative when she saw there was work to be done. She really made the crowning go smoothly! Nominated by: Ms. Biles Nevaeh S.- showed kindness and leadership by coming up with an idea and a plan to help raise funds for students. She has shown great initiative and kindness by wanting to help others. Nominated by: Mrs. Ptacek Nevaeh S.- showed kindness and leadership by waiting to hold the door open for a staff member before school. She saw them coming from the parking lot and chose to wait and hold the door instead of just going inside. Nominated by: Mrs. Ptacek Cadence B.- showed kindness and leadership by stopping and picking up trash off the floor in the lunchroom. It wasn’t hers, but she cleaned it up anyways! Nominated by: Mrs. Ptacek Lindsey C.- showed kindness and leadership by helping a new student find his classes without being asked to do so. Nominated by: Ms. Bunker Alex P.- showed kindness and leadership by picking up napkins out of a chair in the cafeteria without being asked. Nominated by: Ms. Bunker Alex P.- showed kindness and leadership by noticing a student had dropped their phone and taking the time time to stop, pick it up, and return it. Nominated by: Mrs. Ptacek Kaleb IT.- showed kindness and leadership by cleaning a mess on the floor that wasn’t even his. Nominated by: Mrs. Ptacek Kaleb IT.- showed kindness and leadership by stopping to pick up trash off the lunchroom floor. Nominated by: Mrs. Ptacek Mrs. Tipton- showed kindness and leadership by surprising a staff member with breakfast for a week. It was delicious and very appreciated! Nominated by: Ms. Tomlinson Lucien K.- showed kindness and leadership by volunteering to come in after school to help scrape old glue from a bulletin board off the wall so it could be repainted. Nominated by: Mr. Brown
Last Friday, RHS held a Bronco Leader recognition ceremony and Halloween Celebration. We celebrated our new Bronco Leaders from the past month, held a costume contest, played a school-wide Blooket game, got loud during our pep rally, and enjoyed some tasty Halloween treats. It was definitely a fun-filled afternoon! Here are a few pictures from the festivities and be on the lookout for a separate post with pictures/details on our Bronco Leaders. Also, a big shoutout goes to Mr. Brown for creating the "medals" for our costume contest winners and to Ms. Kasselman for coordinating the fun Halloween treats.
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RHS- Come help us send off our Russell Bronco Football Team Friday November 4th, from State Street down Fossil Street. Line up beginning at 3:30pm. Our boys are scheduled to depart @ 4pm from the High School Russell advanced to the second round of the Class 2A Playoffs. They will be traveling to Hoisington to play the Hoisington Cardinals. Kickoff is at 7pm.
For those that are not able to make the trip to Hoisington Friday night to watch the second round playoff game, the following link is the livestream for the game. You will have to create an account and it will cost to watch the livestream. https://www.team1sports.com/highschool/ks/?S=hoisingtoncardinals For those planning on attending the game, the price for entrance is $8 for adults and $6 for students. Go Broncos!!
The Board of Education will be holding a special meeting on November 7th in the Russell High School Cafeteria beginning at 5:30 p.m. See the agenda for details: https://5il.co/1k5da. This meeting WILL NOT be live-streamed. The meeting is open to the public.
RHS - Happy Football Friday!! Please see the attached information about tonights home playoff game. Kickoff is at 7:00 p.m. vs Cimarron. We would love to see the stands packed tonight for the first home playoff game since 2003!! Entry into the game is $5 for adults and $4 for students. With this being the first round of the playoffs, passes will not be accepted. Between the football program and two anonymous donors, all high school students will get into the game tonight for free!! If you can't make it to the game tonight, it will be lived streamed on the Bronco Radio YouTube page. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVEe7cRu9-vZXzwo37AH8tw Please show up early and support the High School Booster Club, as tonights tailgate meal is Chili, which they will begin serving at 5:30p.m.
RHS- Senior Parents, if you need help with Financial Aide or College Applications, help will be available during Parent/Teacher conferences on Oct. 25th, and 27th from 3:30-7pm.
RHS- For Friday's 1st round of Football Playoffs, Everyone Pays. No Passes will be accepted.
Attention RHS Students: Starting next week, we will begin to offer after school general conditioning. This will occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school from 4:00-4:45. This is open to all high school students. We will also offer an open gym on Monday nights starting at 7:00. If you have questions please see Mr. Revell.