Principal announces Marching Panthers finish ninth in state
By Ben Bruni, Principal


Posted on October 29, 2017 5:10 PM



Marching to Victory

The RHS Marching Band competed in the Class A State Semifinals this Saturday at Bullitt Central High School as one of the State’s top 16 Class A Bands. The Marching Panthers finished 9th in the state while marching through the muddy conditions. This group of Panthers improved on last year’s Regional score by eight points and finished as one of the highest placers in Panther Marching Band history.

The Panther Percussion team finished their marching season undefeated. The future is bright as these Senior Band Members close out their final Panther campaign. Band Director Brian Brown and Assistant Director Trevor Cardwell have numbers climbing in participation including an astounding 40+ members in the 5th Grade Band at Stevenson.

Congrats to a truly exceptional group of young men and women as well as the best leadership and community support a school could ask for! 

1st Quarter Honor Roll

220 RJSHS Students made the honor roll for the 1st Quarter. All students listed had all A’s or all A’s and B’s for the first 9-week grading period. Way to GET AFTER IT Panthers!

A list of those honored is in a separate story on The LoJo. See it at http://theloganjournal.com/Stories.aspx?Article=features661

Senior Night Moved  

Friday night was a rainy one and the Senior Night recognitions of the Senior football, band, and cheerleaders was postponed till this coming Friday night (Nov. 3) when the Panthers host Fort Knox in the opening round of the Class A playoffs.

Next Monday – No School

Monday, Nov. 6, students will not be in school as faculty members of RISD work on Literacy Strategies as a district. 

Reality Store

This week, Russellville 8th and 10th graders will get a chance to see what life is like after they leave school. The Reality Store experience allows students from Russellville and Logan Co. to be assigned hypothetical jobs, salaries, families, and bills. Students then must manage their money, time, and resources as they travel through a set of scenarios. At each twist and turn for students, they get a feel from the many unexpected issues that come beyond the walls of the school house. 

Beta Club Heads to BG to Take on the Competition

On Friday, the RHS Beta Club will take their skills to BG as the 3rd District Sr. Beta Competition happens at Hillvue Heights in Bowling Green.

Sports Happenings

Panther Football fell to Franklin Simpson in a downpour this past Friday night. The loss completed the Panther regular season with a 6-4 mark. The Panthers’ four losses came to 7-3 2A Glasgow, 10-0 4A Logan County, 6-4 1A Crittenden County, and 7-3 4A Franklin Simpson. The loss to Franklin this past week was the only loss by the Panthers in which the score difference at the end of the game was more than one TD. The Panthers open the postseason at home against Fort Knox, which is 3-7 but has won 3 of their past 4 games.  

Russellville Boys and Girls Middle School Basketball teams open their seasons this coming week as they travel to Lewisburg on Thursday night.

Student Expectations

All classrooms in Russellville JR/SR HS have been working on creating a universal understanding of the five fundamental expectations for students at Russellville. These are:

1.     Be Kind     

2.     Show Respect     

3.     Do the right thing.        

4.     Get after it.

5.     Rep RVK.

Calendar

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

30

 

FAFSA Workshop for Seniors in Library (9-2)

31

1

 

National Family Literacy Day!

 

Reality Store for 8th and 10th grade.

2

 

MS Boys and Girls @ Lewisburg 5:30

 

HS FCA-7:30-Choir Room

 

Senior Class Graduation Informational Meeting, 11:00-11:40

3

 

3rd District Sr. Beta Competition at Hillvue Heights in Bowling Green.

4

 

Logan County Gymnastics Cheer Competition  

8:00

 

MS Boys @ West Creek Tournament TBA

 What’s for Breakfast and Lunch this week?

 BREAKFAST ITEMS SERVED DAILY: Pop Tart choices, Cereal choices, Strawberry Bagel w/Cream Cheese, Muffins, and Fruit.

Monday- Sausage Pancake on a Stick

Tuesday – Donut Holes or Mini Pancakes

Wednesday-Sausage & Biscuit w/Jelly

Thursday-Bacon, Egg and Cheese Burrito

Friday-French Toast Sticks w/ Syrup

 

Lunch Menu

Monday

Spaghetti w/Garlic Bread,

Tossed Salad w/Dressing, Corn, Chocolate or Vanilla Ice Cream Cup, Pears Mandarin Oranges

Tuesday

Vegetable Beef Soup w/Crackers

Choice of: PB&J or Grilled Cheese Sandwich,

Tossed Salad w/Dressing, Blueberries, Pineapple

Wednesday

TBA

Thursday

TBA

Friday

TBA

 




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