Daily Bark Wednesday, September 21, 2022


The yearbook staff needs your help! We're looking for pictures from your summer break and the first week of school. If you have pictures you'd like to see in the yearbook, please email them to [email protected]


If you're looking for a quiet place after school to complete homework, please sign up to attend Homework Hangout. The sign-up form is located on the RB website under the Student Tab. Homework Hangout will be open from 3:05-4 pm but you will need to sign up to attend. 


RBLibrary is celebrating Freedom to Read Week by sharing information about book bans across the country and how you can defend your freedom to read. Each year the American Library Association collects data on books that have been challenged or banned across the country and releases a top 10 list of the most challenged books. Here are numbers 10 through 6: 

  1. Beyond Magenta by Susan Kuklin
  2. This Book is Gay by Juno Dawson
  3. The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison
  4. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews
  5. The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie

Stay tuned for tomorrow’s announcement for the top 5!


Hey Bulldogs! This message is for anyone who is interested in joining the RB Hip Hop Club! Liked what you saw at the Pep Rally and Homecoming Game? The Hip Hop Club is a student-lead group that performs throughout the school year at various events, including but not limited to football and basketball games. There is an open to all meeting Thursday September 22nd after school in the Faculty Cafeteria, so come out for more information!