Written by Will Montgomery

Beta Quilt

RCS ninth-grader Zaria Waddell will represent the school’s Beta Club at the National Beta Senior Convention in Orlando, Fla., June 29-July 2 . Zaria will compete in the Fiber Arts Category with her hand-stitched quilt.

When asked what her quilt symbolizes, Zaria responded, “My quilt represents a new dimension of Beta.”

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Written by Taylor Anderson

Bulldog to become NCSU dancer

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.

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Written by Luke Burton

RCS has largest YLA contingent in state

Roxboro Community School (RCS) had the largest representation of any school in the state at the 47th Session of the North Carolina Youth Legislative Assembly (YLA) March 31-April 2. RCS boasted one tri-speaker, six committee co-chairs, two clerks, 12 delegates, and two sergeants-at-arms. YLA is a mock legislative session where high school students voice their opinions and vote on issues concerning local,

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Written by Will Montgomery

Three RCS teachers receive PCEF grants

On Wednesday, Feb. 1, three Roxboro Community School (RCS) teachers were surprised with gifts that will benefit their students.

Spanish teacher Laura Carver, art teacher Anne Bettendorf and dance teacher Teresa Coleman each received mini-grants of $300 from the Person County Education Foundation (PCEF).

PCEF Executive Director Jennifer Kafer presented the awards, along with Roxboro Community Middle School Principal Donna Ingram.

Coleman said she would use her grant funds to purchase a rear projection screen so her students can create “shadow dances.” She said this would allow her high school students to be

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Written by Will Montgomery

Exam Time Doesn’t Have to Be Stressful

By Sara Coates
Bullhorn Reporter
Exam time? More like every student’s worst nightmare. With the holidays on everyone’s mind, the last thing students want to do is worry about passing a major test, but sadly, it is inevitable.
During this time, as students, we all fall into a

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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 Will Montgomery

Network Maintenance Clarification – 10/14/2016

To clarify, the only time you should notice an interruption in wireless access is from 12:15-12:45. The maintenance during this time may not take the whole 30 minute window but it is included to be on the safe side. The guest network will be down starting at 10:45 for about 15 minutes. The only other time you will notice a disruption is when you attempt to access the H or G drive or try to print to a network printer starting at 11:50 until
Phones will be down for about 20 minutes starting at 1:00.
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