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April 10

posted Apr 10, 2019, 10:33 AM by Barry Godsey

Administration

Quote of the day: "All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and abundance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence." -Martin Luther King, Jr.

 

Guidance  

  • New Scholarships have been added to the Junior/Senior website. Please take a minute to look at them.
  • The SAT Prep Session will be this Thursday, April 11 from 1st through 2nd period in the Conference Room. Sign up in the Counseling Office if you are interested.
  • Any students interested in signing up for driving range the week after range the week after spring break, please see Ms. Trent by Friday.

Sports   

  • Cheerleading Open Gym will be Thursday this week from 5-630. Please have a valid physical and if you are planning to stay after school that day, please report to Ms. Mitchell's room at the end of the school day. 


Calendar of Events

Wednesday, April 10

  • Track @ Liberty 5:00

 

Thursday, April 11

  • Girls Soccer @ Amherst 6:00
  • Baseball @ LCA 5:00/7:30
  • Softball @ LCA 5:00/7:00


Friday, April 12

  • Boys Soccer @ LCA 5:30/7:00
  • Girls Tennis @ Heritage 4:30

Saturday, April 13

  • Track @ Dinwiddie – 9am

 

                                                    

Band/Chorus

  • There will be practice for band students that are auditioning for leadership positions on Thursday.
  • Practice will begin for students that are new to the flag team of the marching band. Practice for everyone will run through Thursday until 4:30.
        

Reminders:

  • Legally Blonde Jr. opens tonight at 6:00pm.  We will sell tickets at the door.  $10 for everyone, general seating.
  • Shows are tonight, Thursday and Friday at 6:00pm.  Come out and see our cast and crew perform a really fun musical comedy.
  • Congratulations to Maddie Miller, Leah Eick, and Savannah Bishop for winning the March Madness Book Bracket. Please come to the library to get your prize. 
  • Mrs. Sholes’ 2nd period and students testing with Mr. Wommack, please report to your testing location.                   

April 9

posted Apr 9, 2019, 5:41 AM by Barry Godsey

Administration

Quote of the day: "Desire is the key to motivation, but it's the determination and commitment to unrelenting pursuit of your goal-a commitment to excellence-that will enable you to attain the success you seek." -Mario Andretti

 

Guidance  

  • New Scholarships have been added to the Junior/Senior website. Please take a minute to look at them.
  • The SAT Prep Session will be this Thursday, April 11 from 1st through 2nd period in the Conference Room. Sign up in the Counseling Office if you are interested.
  • The NHS Officers for next year are as follows:
  • President : Samira Hall
  • Vice President: Rebekah Funderburk
  • Program Chair: Haley Anderson
  • Secretary: Callie Booth
  • Historian: Kate Foster 
New officers please see Mrs. Bullington as soon as you can. Congratulations!

 

Clubs

  • The sign language club will be meeting today after school from 3-3:45 in Mrs. Foster’s room.
  • Any students interested in signing up for driving range the week after range the week after spring break, please see Ms. Trent by Friday.

 

Sports   

  • The Boys Soccer Team has partnered with I Scream You Scream today. A portion of all their sales will be donated to the Boys Soccer Team. Please show your support for the team by coming and getting some ice cream.


Calendar of Events

Tuesday, April 9

  • Baseball @ Liberty 5:00/7:30
  • Softball @ Liberty 5:00/7:00
  • Girls Soccer vs LCA 6:00             
  • Girls Tennis vs Brookville 4:30

 

Wednesday, April 10

  • Track @ Liberty 5:00

 

Thursday, April 11

  • Girls Soccer @ Amherst 6:00
  • Girls Tennis vs Heritage 4:30

 

Friday, April 12

  • Baseball @ LCA 5:00/7:30
  • Softball @ LCA 5:00/7:00
  • Boys Soccer @ LCA 5:30/7:00
  • Girls Tennis @ Heritage 4:30

 

Saturday, April 13

  • Track @ Dinwiddie – 9am

                                                               

Band/Chorus

  • There will be practice for band students that are auditioning for leadership positions on Thursday.
  • Practice will begin for students that are new to the flag team of the marching band. Practice for everyone will run through Thursday until 4:30.

April 8

posted Apr 8, 2019, 5:37 AM by Barry Godsey

Administration

Quote of the day: Moral excellence comes about as a result of habit. “ - Aristotle

 

Guidance  

  • New scholarships have been added to the Junior/Senior website.  Please take a minute to look at them.


  • The SAT Prep Session will be this Thursday, April 11 from 1st through 2nd period in the Conference Room.  Sign up in the Counseling Office if you are interested.

Sports   

  • Open gym for girls basketball this week has been cancelled.
  • The Boys Soccer Team has partnered with I Scream You Scream tomorrow ,April 9th.  A portion of all their sales that day will be donated to the Boys Soccer Team.  Please show your support for the team by coming and getting some ice cream tomorrow. 

 

Calendar of Events

Monday, April 8

  • Girls Tennis vs William Campbell 4:30
  • Boys Soccer @ Liberty 5:30/7:00

 

Tuesday, April 9

  • Baseball @ Liberty 5:00/7:30
  • Softball @ Liberty 5:00/7:00
  • Girls Soccer vs LCA 6:00 (Cash – 5:00)
  • Girls Tennis vs Brookville 4:30

 

Wednesday, April 10

  • Track @ Liberty 5:00

 

Thursday, April 11

  • Girls Soccer @ Amherst 6:00

 

Friday, April 12

  • Baseball @ LCA 5:00/7:30
  • Softball @ LCA 5:00/7:00
  • Boys Soccer @ LCA 5:30/7:00
  • Girls Tennis @ Heritage 4:30

 

Saturday, April 13

  • Track @ Dinwiddie – 9am

                                                           

Band/Chorus

  • There will be practice for band students that are auditioning for leadership positions today and Thursday.
  • Mr. Keller will meet with Drumline members on today.
  • Practice will begin for students that are new to the flag team of the marching band. Practice for everybody will run today and Thursday until 4:30PM.           

April 4

posted Apr 4, 2019, 7:23 AM by Barry Godsey

Administration

Quote of the day: "Excellence is the gradual result of always striving to do better." -Pat Riley

 

Guidance  

Attention Seniors:  If you haven't returned your permission slip for the Career Expo field trip, please do so by the end of the day.

The SAT Prep Session will be Thursday, April 11 from 1st through 2nd period in the Conference Room.  Sign up in the Counseling Office if you are interested.



Calendar of Events

Thursday, April 4

  • Boys Soccer vs JF 5:30/7:00 (Rodhe – 4:30)
  • Baseball vs Jefferson Forest 5:00/7:30
  • Softball vs Jefferson Forest 5:00/7:00
  • Girls Soccer @Liberty 6:00

 

Friday, April 5

  • Girls Tennis vs LCA 4:30

 

Saturday, April 6

  • Track @ William Fleming – 9am

 

Band/Chorus

  • There will be practice for band students that are auditioning forleadership positions today. Leadership applications are due to Mr. Straw tomorrow.
  • Mr. Keller will meet with Drumline members on Monday and not this afternoon.
  • Practice will begin for students that are new to the flag team of the marching band. Practice for everybody will run until 4:30 today.

 

Reminders:

  • Today is the last day to purchase AFTER PROM tickets. They will be on sale during all lunches.
  • Seniors, if you attend after prom and stay the entire time, you will be entered in to a grand prize drawing for a new car!  A representative from the Regional After Prom Grand Finale will be here on April 4th from 10:30-11:30 am for seniors to check out the car.       

                                                               

April 3

posted Apr 3, 2019, 11:23 AM by Barry Godsey

Administration

Quote of the day: "If you are going to achieve excellence in big things, you develop the habit in little matters.  Excellence is not an exception, it is a prevailing attitude." -Colin Powell

 

Guidance  

  • Attention Seniors:  If you haven't returned your permission slip for the Career Expo field trip, please do so by this Thursday
  • The SAT Prep Session will be Thursday, April 11 from 1st through 2nd period in the Conference Room.  Sign up in the Counseling Office if you are interested.

Sports  

  • The Rustburg girls tennis team defeated Amherst County girls tennis team yesterday by a score of 8-1. Winners are Taylor Finley, Kali Hill, Megan Elliott, Skylar Farrar, Candace Wilson, Clarice Vance, Lisa Jabouri and Audrey Carlson.

 

Calendar of Events

 

Wednesday, April 3

  • Track @ E.C. Glass 5:00

 

Thursday, April 4

  • Boys Soccer vs JF 5:30/7:00 (Rodhe – 4:30)

 

Friday, April 5

  • Baseball vs Jefferson Forest 5:00/7:30
  • Softball vs Jefferson Forest 5:00/7:00
  • Girls Soccer vs Liberty 6:00
  • Girls Tennis vs LCA 4:30

 

Saturday, April 6

  • Track @ William Fleming – 9am

Band/Chorus

  • Practice, for any RHS student interested in trying out for the band flag team, will begin this Thursday from 3:00-4:30 pm at the RHS band room.


Reminders

  • RHS AFTER PROM tickets will be on sale during lunches today and tomorrow.
  • Seniors, if you attend after prom and stay the entire time, you will be entered in to a grand prize drawing for a new car!  A representative from the Regional After Prom Grand Finale will be here on April 4th from 10:30-11:30 am for seniors to check out the car.       
  • Attention Seniors: Nominations for the 2019 Prom Court are finalized. For Prom King: Zack Gallier, Vinny Glass, Cameron Hall, and Jackson Stanley. For Prom Queen: Brooke Barlow, Rae Reaves, Autumn Staton, and Ariel Tomlinson. Voting for Prom King and Queen will take place at Prom Saturday night.

                                                               

April 2

posted Apr 2, 2019, 10:09 AM by Barry Godsey

Administration

Quote of the day: "Perfect is not attainable, but if we chase perfection, we can catch excellence." -Vince Lombardi

 

Guidance  

  • Attention seniors -- anyone wishing to go on the senior trip must turn in their permission slip and $20 deposit to Ms. Rierson by the end of the day today. See Ms. Rierson or Ms. Banton with any questions. 
  • Attention Seniors:  If you haven't returned your permission slip for the Career Expo field trip, please do so by this Thursday. 

Clubs

  • The Sign Language Club will be meeting after school today from 3 to 4. 

 

Sports   


Calendar of Events

 

Tuesday, April 2

  • Baseball @ Heritage 5:00/7:30
  • Softball @ Heritage 5:00/7:00
  • Girls Soccer @ Jefferson Forest 6:00
  • Girls Tennis vs Amherst 4:30

 

Wednesday, April 3

  • Track @ E.C. Glass 5:00

 

Thursday, April 4

  • Boys Soccer vs JF 5:30/7:00 (Rodhe – 4:30)

 

Friday, April 5

  • Baseball vs Jefferson Forest 5:00/7:30
  • Softball vs Jefferson Forest 5:00/7:00
  • Girls Soccer vs Liberty 6:00
  • Girls Tennis vs LCA 4:30

 

Saturday, April 6

  • Track @ William Fleming – 9am

 

Band/Chorus

  • Practice, for any RHS student interested in trying out for the band flag team, will begin this Thursday from 3:00-4:30 pm at the RHS band room.


Reminders:

  • RHS AFTER PROM tickets will be on sale during lunches this week.
  • Seniors, if you attend after prom and stay the entire time, you will be entered in to a grand prize drawing for a new car!  A representative from the Regional After Prom Grand Finale will be here on April 4th from 10:30-11:30 am for seniors to check out the car.       
  • Attention Seniors: Nominations for the 2019 Prom Court are finalized. For Prom King: Zack Gallier, Vinny Glass, Cameron Hall, and Jackson Stanley. For Prom Queen: Brooke Barlow, Rae Reaves, Autumn Staton, and Ariel Tomlinson. Voting for Prom King and Queen will take place at Prom Saturday night.
  • April 22nd is now a regular school day.                             
                                         

April 1

posted Apr 1, 2019, 11:20 AM by Barry Godsey

Administration

Quote of the day: "Excellence is never an accident.  It is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, and intelligent execution."-Aristotle

 

Guidance  

  • Attention seniors -- anyone wishing to go on the senior trip must turn in their permission slip and $20 deposit to Ms. Rierson by tomorrow  (Tuesday, April 2). See Ms. Rierson or Ms. Banton with any questions. 

 

Sports   


  • Girls basketball open gyms will begin today and will be from 3-4:30 at the Middle School.
  • Congratulations to the Rustburg's Boys And Girls Track Team on capturing the Campbell County Track & Field Championship.

 

Calendar of Events

Monday, April 1

  • Girls Tennis @ William Campbell 4:30
  • Boys Soccer @ Heritage 5:30/7:00

 

Tuesday, April 2

  • Baseball @ Heritage 5:00/7:30
  • Softball @ Heritage 5:00/7:00
  • Girls Soccer @ Jefferson Forest 6:00
  • Girls Tennis vs Amherst 4:30

 

Wednesday, April 3

  • Track @ E.C. Glass 5:00

 

Thursday, April 4

  • Boys Soccer vs JF 5:30/7:00 (Rodhe – 4:30)

 

Friday, April 5

  • Baseball vs Jefferson Forest 5:00/7:30
  • Softball vs Jefferson Forest 5:00/7:00
  • Girls Soccer vs Liberty 6:00
  • Girls Tennis vs LCA 4:30

 

Saturday, April 6

  • Track @ William Fleming – 9am

 

 

Band/Chorus

  • Band leadership audition practice begins this afternoon from 3:00-4:30 pm.


  • Practice, for any RHS student interested in trying out for the band flag

          team, will begin this Thursday from 3:00-4:30 pm at the RHS band room.

  • Percussion practice with Mr. Keller will take place this afternoon.

 

Reminders:

  • RHS AFTER PROM tickets will be on sale during lunches this week.
  • Seniors, if you attend after prom and stay the entire time, you will be entered in to a grand prize drawing for a new car!  A representative from the Regional After Prom Grand Finale will be here on April 4th from 10:30-11:30 am for seniors to check out the car.                                                       

March29

posted Mar 29, 2019, 5:41 AM by Barry Godsey

Administration

Quote of the day: "Those who can bear all can dare all." -Marquis De Vauvenargues

 

Guidance  

  • Attention seniors -- anyone wishing to go on the senior trip must turn in their permission slip and $20 deposit to Ms. Rierson by next Tuesday, April 2. See Ms. Rierson or Ms. Banton with any questions. 

Sports 

  • The Rustburg girls tennis team defeated Liberty high school yesterday by the score of 9-love !!, winners are Megan Elliott, Kali Hill, Skylar Farrar, Taylor Finley, Candace Wilson, Clarice Vance, Lisa Jabouri, and Audrey Carlson.
  • Girls basketball open gyms will begin April 1st and will be 3-4:30 at the Middle School.

 

Calendar of Events

Friday, March 29

  • JV Baseball @ Brookville 5:00
  • Softball @ Brookville 5:00/7:00
  • Girls Soccer vs Heritage 6:00
  • Girls Tennis @ LCA 4:30

 

Saturday, March 30

  • Campbell County Track Meet @ Brookville – 10:00am

 

Reminders:

  • RHS AFTER PROM tickets will be on sale during lunches this week and April 2nd - 4th.
  • Today is the last day to purchase yearbooks. Please bring your orders to Ms. Lacy in the office.

March 27

posted Mar 27, 2019, 6:10 AM by Barry Godsey

Administration

Quote of the day: "Tough times never last, but tough people do." -Dr. Robert Shuller

 

Guidance  

  • Seniors, six scholarships have deadlines this week.  Keep applying!! 
  • Attention Seniors:  Have you completed 50 hours of voluntary community service?  Have at least a B average in VA/US History and VA/US Government?  If so, you may be eligible for a Civic Seal on your diploma.  See the Counseling Office for additional information.

Clubs

  • Poets Club will be meeting in Ms. Slate’s room today.


Sports 

  • Cheerleading will be on Thursday from 5-630. Please have a valid physical or you will be able to participate. 


Calendar of Events

Wednesday, March 27

  • Softball @ Appomattox 5:0/7:00
  • Baseball @ Appomattox 5:00/7:00
  • Girls Tennis @ Liberty 4:30
  • Track @ Heritage 5:00

 

Thursday, March 28

  • Boys Soccer @ Brookville 5:30/7:00
  • Varsity Baseball vs Brookville @ City Stadium 7:30

 

Friday, March 29

  • JV Baseball @ Brookville 5:00
  • Softball @ Brookville 5:00/7:00
  • Girls Soccer vs Heritage 6:00
  • Girls Tennis @ LCA 4:30

 

Saturday, March 30

  • Campbell County Track Meet @ Brookville – 10:00am

 

Reminders:

  • RHS AFTER PROM tickets will be on sale during lunches on the following dates:
    March 27th  - 29th and

                               April 2nd - 4th

 

  • Yearbooks will be on sale from now until March 29 for $50.00. Please bring your orders to Mrs. Lacy in the office. If you do not prepay for a yearbook, you will not be guaranteed to get one. Due to the cost of production and shipping, we do not order extras so order your yearbook now.                                                      
  • The Jostens class ring representatives will be here during lunches today for the boys to order their rings. There will also be a family night ordering session for all students today after school until 6:15pm in the Commons Area. A $75 deposit is requested to place an order. Order now to be a part of the RHS Ring Ceremony in the fall. Extra class ring packets are available in the front office. All sophomores, juniors, and seniors are welcome to order.
  • The Jostens letter jacket representatives will also be here today. Jostens will be setup in the auditorium area during all lunches to help you with sizing and placing your order. Letter jacket information packets are available in the main office. Please make sure to bring your award letter with you to be sewn on the jacket.

March 26

posted Mar 26, 2019, 5:35 AM by Barry Godsey

Administration

Quote of the day: "Successful people keep moving.  They make mistakes but they don't quit." -Conrad Hilton 

 

Guidance  

  • Agriscience 2 students need to report to the library at the beginning of 2nd period today for the pesticides exam.
  • Southern Landscape will be in the auditorium on today during FLEX to discuss employment opportunities.  If you are interested, please sign up in the Counseling Office.
  • Seniors, six scholarships have deadlines this week.  Keep applying!! 
  • Attention Seniors:  Have you completed 50 hours of voluntary community service?  Have at least a B average in VA/US History and VA/US Government?  If so, you may be eligible for a Civic Seal on your diploma.  See the Counseling Office for additional information.
  • Juniors, in preparation for College and Career Day on Thursday we will be having a trivia question raffle each day for a gift card.  During lunch our school counselors will have a question you must answer to enter your name in the drawing.  We will announce the winner each afternoon.  Today's question is:  True or False:  You can put anything on social media and it is private.  Future employers will not try to search your profiles.


Clubs

  • Poets Club will be meeting in Ms. Slate’s room Wednesday, March 27th.
  • Money and permission slips for the French film festival are due to Mrs. Cartwright today.

Sports   

Calendar of Events

Tuesday, March 26

  • Baseball vs E.C. Glass 5:00/7:30
  • Varsity Softball vs E.C. Glass 6:00
  • Girls Soccer vs Brookville 6:00

 

Wednesday, March 27

  • Softball @ Appomattox 5:0/7:00
  • Baseball @ Appomattox 5:00/7:00
  • Girls Tennis @ Liberty 4:30
  • Track @ Heritage 5:00

 

Thursday, March 28

  • Boys Soccer @ Brookville 5:30/7:00
  • Varsity Baseball vs Brookville @ City Stadium 7:30

 

Friday, March 29

  • JV Baseball @ Brookville 5:00
  • Softball @ Brookville 5:00/7:00
  • Girls Soccer vs Heritage 6:00
  • Girls Tennis @ LCA 4:30

 

Saturday, March 30

  • Campbell County Track Meet @ Brookville – 10:00am

 

Reminders:

  • RHS AFTER PROM tickets will be on sale during lunches on the following dates:

                 March 26th - 29th and

                April 2nd - 4th

  • Yearbooks will be on sale from now until March 29 for $50.00. Please bring your orders to Mrs. Lacy in the office. If you do not prepay for a yearbook, you will not be guaranteed to get one. Due to the cost of production and shipping, we do not order extras so order your yearbook now.                                                      
  • The Jostens class ring representatives will be here during lunches today for the girls to order their rings and tomorrow for the boys to order their rings. There will also be a family night ordering session for all students on Wednesday, March 27th after school until 6:15pm in the Commons Area. A $75 deposit is requested to place an order. Order now to be a part of the RHS Ring Ceremony in the fall. Extra class ring packets are available in the front office. All sophomores, juniors, and seniors are welcome to order.           
  • The Jostens letter jacket representatives will also be here today and tomorrow. Jostens will be setup in the auditorium area during all lunches to help you with sizing and placing your order. Letter jacket information packets are available in the main office. Please make sure to bring your award letter with you to be sewn on the jacket.

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