Stop Hunger Now Help Needed
There will be a community-wide Stop Hunger Now event at Theresa Baptist Church on Saturday, November 4, from 9 a.m. until noon. Student volunteers are needed. Those who can help should contact Wanda
RCS is seeking knowledgeable, passionate, and experienced coaches to help build our Bulldog athletic programs. The successful candidates must enjoy working with student-athletes, possess the ability to take initiative, and demonstrate a strong work ethic while maintaining a positive attitude. Roxboro Community School is looking to fill open the
Roxboro Community School again earns A+ NG designation on state performance
Roxboro Community School (RCS) earned a grade of A+ NG based upon 2016–17 state accountability results.
The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction released school performance grades
Roxboro Community School (RCS) is proud to have 12 of its seniors competing in the Distinguished Young Women’s Scholarship (DYW) program this year.
The program for bettering young women will be held at the Kirby Theater in uptown Roxboro
By Taylor Anderson
On Aug. 21, 2017, Roxboro Community School (RCS) students gathered on a field outside the school to watch the 2017 solar eclipse.
Mike Czysz, RCS physics teacher, provided eclipse glasses for free to the 700 students who
By Ariel Evans
The Roxboro Community School (RCS) Future Farmers of America (FFA) club has organized “Jeans Day for Texas” on Sept. 1, 2017.
FFA is an organization that helps every student create a successful path in leadership, personal growth, and agriculture education.
By Madison Fuller
For the 2017-2018 school year, Roxboro Community School (RCS) has introduced a Glee Club for the first time.
Ernie and Ginger Moore, co-directors of the club and parents of a junior and freshman at RCS, wanted to give students an opportunity
Chandler Warren, a senior at Roxboro Community School (RCS), will soon be joining the pack as a dancer for North Carolina State University (NCSU).
Warren has always had a love for dancing and has been doing so for the past 14 years of her life. She said that before this year, dancing for the university wasn’t something she had considered, but she is now very excited about the opportunity to do what she loves.
On Thursday, April 20,Sen. Mike Woodard (D-NC) invited the journalism class at Roxboro Community School (RCS) to go and explore the North Carolina Legislative Building as we learned about the General Assembly.
Our day began as we entered the Legislative Office to attend a few minutes of a community meeting. It was here that Woodard began to explain the logistics of creating and revising bills.