The cast of Robin Hood took guests to Sherwood Forest this evening. Join them for a return trip at their matinee performance tomorrow afternoon at 2:00 pm.
Keep your eyes out for a few short movies created by 7tj graders featuring our first amendment rights.
JH Girls and Boys both won the consolation at the Hume Tournament on November 3. Both teams 2-1, take the court tonight against Montrose for their first home game of the season. Girls game starts at 5:30, boys game to follow.
The first of November arrives tomorrow which means there are just 16 days until the curtain rises on Sherwood Forest. Mark your calendars!!
There’s a new piece of art gracing the walls of the high school. How incredible is this tiger?! Created by high school art students.
Rich Hill students had the opportunity to learn a little about the events in Bates County during the Cicil War on a field trip today.
The first stop of the day was at the Bates County Museum. Peggy Buhr introduced students to some of the events in the county during the war and then showed them around the museum. Next students traveled to the square where they viewed the monument dedicated to the 1st Kansas Volunteer Regiment and lastly the group traveled out to the Island Mound Site.
Also important was a stop at Pizza Hut for lunch before returning back to school.
Many thinks to Peggy Buhr for sharing her knowledge!
Rich Hill students had a great day working together and preparing for the Homecoming Parade and the pep assembly. Each class prepared a banner as part of the “battle of the classes” and the traditional float for the parade.
The day started bright and early with breakfast at the Baptist Church at 7:00 am for students participating in fall activities followed by a musical greeting by the RHHS Tiger Band as students entered the building. Students reported to first hour for attendance and then were dismissed to work with their class and sponsors preparing their poster and float.
The Tigers worked together and designed some fantastic posters and floats and put on a great parade and pep assembly. The seniors even squeezed in time for a little karaoke.
Come out and cheer on the Tigers this evening as they play the Archie Whirlwinds. Queen and princess coronation will be at halftime.
Here are a few photos from the day…in no particular order.