Category Archives: RCS Highlights

Stage Left Drama Night a Success!

0 Submitted by on Wed, 01 November 2017, 13:05
The Middle School Drama class and High School Drama I class put on their first production of the year, Stage Left, last Friday. Performing for a full house, Middle School Drama students presented a classic detective story with a twist in Whodunit, and High School Drama I took a modern twist to a classic, The Odyssey.  Both plays were acted Continue Reading...
Read more

Varsity Volleyball Advances to the NCS Quarterfinals

0 Submitted by on Wed, 01 November 2017, 09:24
The RCS Varsity Girls’ Volleyball team (11) traveled to Petaluma yesterday to take on the St Vincent de Paul Mustangs (6) in the first round of the North Coast Section Playoffs. After falling in the first two matches, the Lady Eagles came back to defeat the Mustangs three matches to two with the highlight being the game four victory (with Continue Reading...
Read more

RCS Impacts the Dominican Republic

0 Submitted by on Mon, 30 October 2017, 16:04
Athletic Director and RCHS Baseball coach, Jim Cleveland, traveled to Hato Mayor in the Dominican Republic to lead a three-day coaches’ clinic and discipleship training seminar....
Read more

RCS Holds 48th Annual Dinner

0 Submitted by on Fri, 27 October 2017, 15:39
Superintendent Al Hearne II was the keynote speaker and opened the evening of honor with, “Tonight we are going to look back at the faithfulness of men and women who helped RCS to become what it is today and look toward the future, what we are calling Vision 2020.” Vision 2020 is about creating a Christ-centered, educational environment that gets our students excited to learn, able to conduct investigations, and ultimately discover God’s truth in order to apply it to...
Read more

Spanish I Class Volunteers to Help North Bay Fire Victims

0 Submitted by on Wed, 25 October 2017, 09:50
Last Saturday, six students from Mrs. Phillips’ Spanish I classes traveled with her to First Spanish Baptist Church in Rohnert Park. Pastor Rodriguez (Mrs. Phillips’ brother) and his church opened a soup kitchen on 10/16 to serve people affected by the fires, including all first responders and personnel assisting Sonoma County, by offering free home-cooked meals....
Read more

RCE Disaster Preparedness Drill Planned for Thursday 10/26

0 Submitted by on Wed, 18 October 2017, 10:16
Every year, the Redwood Christian Elementary campus holds a Disaster Preparedness Drill on campus.  This year, students will receive training for an emergency situation on Thursday, October 26.  While we hope that an unexpected and devastating disaster, such as a major earthquake, will not happen in our area, we are committed to preparing and protecting our students just in case. Continue Reading...
Read more

Equipping Students for…College

0 Submitted by on Wed, 11 October 2017, 13:53
On Wednesday, October 11, students at RCS in 8th through 11th grade took the PSAT during regular school hours.  Following the exam, over 45 students will leave for the Southern California College Tour where they will visit a variety of universities and colleges in the San Diego and Los Angeles areas.  We asked Director of Curriculum, Mr. Russell, to talk Continue Reading...
Read more

Officer DeLeon Visits Mrs. Sanchez and Mrs. Phillips’ Spanish Classes

0 Submitted by on Wed, 11 October 2017, 13:48
On Tuesday, October 3, two special guests visited Mrs. Sanchez and Mrs. Phillip’s Spanish classes.  Officer Robert DeLeon, SFPD, and Rocky, an explosive detection certified (EDC) dog, visited and interacted with both middle school and high school Spanish class students. Officer DeLeon works at San Francisco International Airport.  Rocky joins him to aid in emergency situations where a potential explosive Continue Reading...
Read more

RCS Cyber Safety Meetings with Parents and High School Students

0 Submitted by on Wed, 11 October 2017, 13:39
Last week, Deputy P. Silva spoke to our parents (Monday evening) and high school students (Tuesday morning) about the importance of cyber safety including: students’ digital reputation, cyber bullying and the law, and how what students do on social media now will affect their future. Deputy Silva has given these presentations for the last four years and is committed to Continue Reading...
Read more
Page 5 of 7START...34567