Written by Luke Burton

Science club builds robot

On Jan. 26, the Roxboro Community School (RCS) Varsity Science Club Robotics team finished their first working robot known as the Clawbot. The bot construction was led by Sydney Fryman, Taylor Anderson, Reagan Anderson, and Alex Adkins.

Fryman joined Science Club hoping to start building prosthetics with the medical team, however, Mike Czysz, club advisor, suggested that she work with the Robotics kit instead. After beginning the project, she was able to order a bigger and better kit thanks to the donations of Mary Alice Wildman, Czysz’s mother-in-law.

“Our next step is the advanced clawbot, which is two times as big and as useful. I also am working to make it a remote wireless,” said Fryman. She continued that their work was “far from over.”

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Written by Luke Burton

Daily Dog – February 22, 2017

Indoor Soccer Cancelled This Weekend

Due to a scheduling conflict​,​ indoor soccer will be cancelled this weekend.

Drivers Education
Drivers Education classes will be offered at RCS March 13-24, 2017. There will be no class on Friday, March 17. In order to participate,students must turn 15-years-old on or before October 1, 2017. The cost is $65, due at the time classes begin. A sign-up sheet is at the front desk. Classes will be held in the first dining hall from 3 to 5:30 p.m. each day.

Stomach Bug Precautions

There have been several reports of mild viral gastroenteritis in the county, and a few at RCS. Everyone, please remember to wash your hands frequently, use hand sanitizer, and if you’re sick, please don’t come to school until you have been symptom-free for 48 hours. In addition to making sure your hands are clean, do not drink or eat after anyone.

1st Round Playoff Tonight
The RCS girls’ basketball team will play a first-round NCHSAA playoff game tonight at 7 p.m., at home, against Gates County High. Admission is $6.
Remember, there will also be parent information meetings tonight, so the parking lot will be full. Please park in the city lot behind Long Memorial United Methodist Church. The back entrance will be open for basketball spectators.

National FFA Week
National FFA Week is happening now! Wednesday, wear blue and gold clothes, in dress code, to support FFAThursday, support hunters by wearing hunting orange and/or boots to school, and Friday is a jeans day, so RCS students can show off their FFA shirts. There will also be a daily trivia question on the Morning Announcements, and the winners will get prizes. Students, watch the morning announcements to learn how!

Middle School Girls’ Tennis
Any middle school girls interested in forming a Tennis Team should sign the interest sheet located on Coach Tuck’s door. This is a fall sport.

Junior Journalism
Junior Journalism will meet Tuesday, February 28, after school, in Ms. Davis’s room.

Band Variety Show
RCS Bands will present their annual Variety Show on Thursday, April 6, in the RCS multipurpose room. Auditions will be held on March 14 and 15 in the multipurpose room. If you are a musician, actor, dancer, magician, juggler, in a band, acting troupe, dance group, etc., please come out and audition. Sign-up sheets will be posted on the band room door.

Written by Luke Burton

Conservators Center fundraiser a success

Ethan Mitchell, Roxboro Community School (RCS) freshman, held a pancake breakfast fundraiser on Feb. 11 for the Conservators Center, located in Caswell County. He profited $1,832 and all proceeds go towards the center, the animals that they provide for, and other miscellaneous expenses.

“There was a great turnout,” Mitchell said. Many members of the community supported the fundraiser. Mitchell’s friends and family helped with the fundraiser. Mitchell also received help from his grandparents, parents, and great-grandfather. RCS freshman and friend of Mitchell, Jayden Earwood helped with the breakfast.

“Ethan invited me to film for him for his YouTube channel. I saw this as an opportunity to

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Written by Luke Burton

​Career Fair successful​

Roxboro Community School seniors Jacob Whitlow and Ethan Ayers talk to High School Principal Dakarai Bryant at the Career Fair Nov. 4. We would like to thank all the local businesses and companies that came out to talk to both RCS and Person High School seniors about possible career fields.


Written by Luke Burton

Bulldogs run with the Wolfpack

RCS sophomores Jeremy Tuck and  Kenley Long pose with Wuf and Mrs. Wuf  on Tuesday, Nov. 15 during the tenth grade trip to NC State.




Written by Luke Burton

RCS comes to the aid of sister charter school

Roxboro Community School (RCS) students and faculty collected donations for a sister charter school affected by the flooding following Hurricane Matthew, which affected North Carolina in early October.

For two weeks, RCS students and faculty gathered donations of water and pet food for Southeastern Academy Charter School (SEA). A special jeans day raised over $800 to purchase more water, and a local business owner chipped in more money when he learned of the effort. Nearly 500 cases of water and around 20 bags of pet food were delivered to the students and staff at the school.
SEA is a K-8 charter school located in Lumberton, N.C. Two hundred and ten students are enrolled at SEA.

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Written by Luke Burton

H​elp RCS Help Lumberton School

RCS is collecting bottled and jugs of water for a sister charter school affected by the flooding from Hurricane Matthew. Between Monday and Thursday next week, please drop off bottles or jugs of water for Southeastern Academy in Lumberton. The K-8 rural school focuses on a math and science curriculum. We would also appreciate the donation of a box truck to deliver the water on Friday.

Written by Luke Burton

Student accepted into prestigious Stanford Program

By: Madison Fuller

Bullhorn Reporter

Roxboro Community School (RCS) junior Grace Hardy was accepted into the Stanford High School Summer College program last year.

Stanford High School Summer College is a program specifically for ambitious high school students. Students from around the world are accepted into the program. There are more than 145 courses in 30 departments on Stanford’s campus for students to engage in. The Stanford campus is located in California and

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