By Sara Coates
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
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.
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.
Interested in photography, video, writing, editing, or graphic design? Want to learn more, build a portfolio of published work, and gain real-world, workplace skills while also getting class credit? Self-motivated high school students are needed to help produce the school newspaper, The Bullhorn (published in the Roxboro Courier-Times every two weeks) morning announcements and the
Like technology and computers, or want to learn more about them?
Self-motivated high school students are needed to serve on the technology team this year. Being on the tech team offers students an opportunity to learn real-world, workplace skills while also getting class credit. Members of the team work with students and faculty to trouble shoot and solve technology problems.
Please make plans to join RCS and the Roxboro Area Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, August 12, at 10 a.m., for a ribbon-cutting and celebration of the complete restoration and re-purposing of the historic Roxboro Cotton Mill as a high-performing charter school. The Roxboro Community School Raise the Roof ceremony will be followed by a tour and reception.