Good Morning bulldog nation! Tomorrow night our varsity football team needs your support as they look to continue their undefeated season against the defending state champions IC. Bring your kick off and game cheers to the stadium and make sure to wear tie dye or neon in support of our Best Buddies program who will be honored at the end of the first quarter.
Come to room 130 to watch anime with Anime Club after school. If it is your first time, pick up a permission slip. All are welcome!
The RB Hockey Team needs your help to PACK THE HOUSE against rival Leyden Friday 9/29 - puck drop 8:50pm at Franklin Park Ice Arena. Admittance is FREE!
Reminder that the National Spanish Honor Society applications are due this Friday, September 29 to Mr. Tinoco in Room 244. If you haven't picked up an application, you may do so in his room.
Here is today's Banned Books Week fact of the day: Many people are surprised by the books that are frequently challenged. Here are the top 5 books that were most challenged from 2000-2009: number 5, Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck; number 4, And Tango Makes Three by Justin Richardson; number 3, The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier; number 2, the Alice series by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor; and number 1, the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling.
Yearbook picture retake day is Monday, October 2nd in the Alumni Lounge. This is the last chance for freshmen, sophomores, and juniors to have their pictures taken for the yearbook. Contact Mrs. Marsh with any questions.
Do you want to have a lasting impact on your school? Do you want to have a positive impact on the culture and climate of RB? Apply today to secure your spot in the Bulldog Solution Leadership Training opportunity designed to eliminate bullying and intolerance at RB. Students will spend the full day working with their peers, teachers, administrators, and the Bulldog Solution staff, to learn ways to promote positive cultural change at RB. Pizza and ice cream will be provided for lunch. The application link can be found on the RB website under students.