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Student Bulletin Wednesday, February 27, 2019

SAGA/RBGSA, will meet next week, Wednesday, March 6th in room 201 at 3:10PM.  All are welcome.

"Attention Boys interesting in playing Volleyball this spring.  There will be a mandatory informational meeting today after school at 3:10 in room 219.  Please see coach Bonarigo if you cannot attend."

Love your cell phones?  Couldn’t live without streaming TV.  You have Dr. Shirley Jackson to thank.  The first African American woman to earn a doctorate at MIT, she pioneered work in fiber optics, Caller ID and call waiting.  This is all technology that paved the way for our modern phones. Celebrate black history

Attention Juniors:  Congrats on completing your practice SAT test on Friday.  Individual score reports are available in Mrs. Watson's room.  Stop by 246 this week to get your scores back and see what you can improve upon before the real test in April.

The varsity boys basketball team travels to Morton East today at 7pm in the first round of the state playoffs.  Please come out and support the Bulldogs. If you are interested in taking a fan bus to the game, there will be a sign up during lunch today or you can see coach Reingruber in Student Services.  Go Bulldogs!

Calling all students: We are having a Handbook Design Contest for 2019-20. Be a part of RB history by taking your talent to the next level. Design next years handbook and the winner gets a $25 gift card. We are looking for creative artwork or photography. Entries must be submitted by March 22 to Mrs. Buscemi at buscemic@rbhs208.net.

Be a part of a new annual tradition at RBHS. Each year the RB Boosters will select a single student-created design to feature on that year’s T-shirt. Please submit your hand drawn or computer-generated design via email by April 5, 2019 to theshirt@rbsportsboosters.com

Attention Seniors - Local Scholarship applications are now available on the RB Student Services page. Most deadlines are March 8th.

Have you been reading any of this year's Lincoln Award Nominees? The Lincoln Award is a teen readers' choice award, and this year the list includes some great books by Angie Thomas, Trevor Noah, and Neal Shusterman! If you've read 4 nominated books, let Mrs. Phillips in the library know before the end of February and you will be invited to a pizza party to cast your vote for your favorite.

Have you ordered your 2019 yearbook yet? Don't wait until the end of the year! Order now to guarantee that you will get a copy of the yearbook. Yearbooks can be purchased in the business office or online at www.jostens.com. Contact Mrs. Marsh with any questions.
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