Everyone reps the best attire from their assigned decade! Freshmen: 1950’s Sophomores: 1960’s Juniors: 1970’s Seniors: 1980’s FACULTY / STAFF: 1990’s King voting all day! (RBHS Home Page) Dance Tickets for sale in Activities! $5!
Friday February 28th: NO SCHOOL! Courtwarming basketball game at 7:00 with King crowning during halftime! Game theme: GREEN vs. GOLD!
Saturday February 29th: ***Courtwarming “1920’s vs. 2020’s” Dance – 7:30– 10:30; RBHS Gym!
Our South Parking Lot is experiencing overcrowding. Students are allowed to park in the 5 rows on the east side (Providence Road side) of the South Parking Lot. Visitor spaces need to remain available for guests of Rock Bridge High School. Non-faculty vehicles parked in rows west of these 5 rows will be ticketed. There are consistently extra student parking spaces in the North Lot .
UMC Ag Systems Management and Food Science Programs
Posted by Webmaster on 2/18/2020
Students are invited to a Visit Day on Saturday, March 14th to learn more about the Ag Systems Management and Food Science programs in CAFNR. The day begins at 9am and will wrap up at 2pm. Lunch will be provided!
A great day for students who are interested in agricultural systems, technology, chemistry, engineering and/or food sustainability! Students will have an interactive day of exploring these majors.
Ag Systems Management – Discover how we blend technologies and knowledge in agricultural systems for the digital age of agriculture.
Food Science – Discover how our students gain industry-relevant experiences in food product development, safety, and processing for successful careers in the food and bioprocessing industry.
If you are a current RBHS student and submitted an online AVID application in the last few weeks, you should have received a note from Mrs Holt indicating your application was being processed. We have discovered a glitch in the system. If you did submit and have not heard from Mrs Holt, then she does not have your application. Please reach out to her for the next step. Mrs Holt (LHolt@cpsk12.org)
Congratulations to the Rock Bridge Show Choirs – City Lights & Satin ‘N Lace!
Posted by Webmaster on 2/14/2020
Both groups have had award-winning performances at their first two festivals. At BOTH the Pleasant Hill and Harrisonville show choir festivals, both groups have placed 2nd and 5th OVERALL respectively. They have also won FIRST place in their divisions (Class 5 Mixed and Unisex) as well as outstanding female soloists – Allison Whittom & Quincy Brown and Best Costumes at both festivals.
Columbia Public Schools’ Columbia Area Career Center is proud to announce the 2020 results of the FFA Missouri Veterinary Science Career Development Event. Mattie DaHaven [Hickman High School] won first place and Gentry Duncan [Rock Bridge High School] won second place. They are joined by fellow team members, Emily Zimmerschied [CACC/Christian Fellowship School] who placed in fifth, and Kaya MacLeod [Rock Bridge High School] who placed in 12th. Click here for more information.
Columbia Public Schools’ Columbia Area Career Center is proud to announce the results of the 2020 DECA District Two competition, held on Wednesday, Jan. 29, at the Holiday Inn Expo Center in Columbia. More than 225 students from District Two competed in the day-long event, including DECA members from the Battle, Hickman and Rock Bridge High School DECA chapters. Students who finish in the top two in each event will advance to the State Career Development Conference on March 22 in Kansas City, Missouri. Click here for more information and winners of competition.
Bruins United is having the 7th United Challenge on April 16th at Rock Bridge High School from 3:30 to 7:00. Please contact Rachel Victor or Grayson Barnes by March 9th if you are interested in volunteering or would like more information.
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