Like playing basketball? Interested in helping a good cause? On Tuesday October 17 there will be a 3v3 basketball tournament hosted by True North. It costs $25 to sign up and all money goes to True North. Sign up forms are in the main office. It will held at Hickman High School. Come show your support for domestic violence awareness. Contact Corey Moentmann (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions!
One of our RBHS organizations, Educators Rising, is in the process of creating and organizing a Trunk or Treat experience for kids, and would love help from other clubs! The date will be Saturday October 28th from 4:00 – 6:00 in the Rock Bridge Parking lot! They are needing other clubs and activities to join in and have a “trunk” (or multiple!) that they can hand candy or treats out of to small children and really make the event amazing for the community! If your club is interested in participating, please sign up here! For more information, please talk to Danielle Schneider or Olivia Zacharias.
WHAT WE DO/WHEN WE DO IT:
Fundraising => ANY CHANCE WE CAN GET!!! (JOIN the TEAM for information on public canning and group events!!)
Dance Marathon => February 10th, 2017, MIZZOU REC CENTER @ 12:30pm - 7:30pm
WHEN WE MEET (mandatory meetings, 8:15AM and 4:15PM): November 8th, 2017 December 6th, 2017 January 10th, 2018 February 7th, 2018
The Columbia Values Diversity Celebration Planning Committee is sponsoring a Student Writings Program for students in grades 4 -12. This year the theme is: "Forward in Unity: Embracing Our Beloved Community."
Students in grades 4-12 are invited to submit their original essays and poetry for possible publication in the 2017 Columbia Values Diversity Celebration Student Writings Booklet. An independent selection committee will choose selected writings from all grade levels for publication. This booklet will be distributed to over 1,000 people at the annual community celebration on January 11, 2018 and published on the Celebration website: www.como.gov (Search: Diversity Celebration). Four or five students will be selected with the opportunity to read their works and be featured in a video produced by the City Channel, which will be played at the Celebration as well as broadcast after the event.
Submission guidelines for the program are attached which include detailed entry submission information. These guidelines also include brief prompts designed to stimulate student thought and creativity. Student writings are due November 13. Click here for more information.
These FREE classes are from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the second floor conference room at the Armory Sports Center (701 East Ash St.), which is located at the northeast corner of 7th St. and Ash St. Free parking is available in the Armory parking lots after 6:00 p.m.
Here are the dates and topics: