APRIL 4-APRIL 15

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Click on Banner Above for PDF Version of the Eagle Update

Mr. Hearne’s Recommended Resources:
We have all had that most embarrassing moment … the one where we just wanted to die. Embarrassment is an emotion that we can also learn from and embarrassing moments can be great teaching opportunities with our children. My first two recommended resources today offer tips and insight regarding how to help our children recover from their most embarrassing moments. First, based upon Psalm 25:2, “How Do You Handle Life’s Most Embarrassing Moments?” explains three possible negative reactions: anger, self-pity, and fear. Rather than giving in to one of these three reactions, the better option is to get over it! However, we all know that sometimes it’s much easier said than done to get over it. Therefore, my second recommended resource is, “How to Help Kids Deal with Embarrassment,” which offers some helpful ideas that we as parents can utilize to help ourselves or our children get over their embarrassment, such as don’t overreact, praise positive skills, and create perspective. And, as always, the third recommended resource is the Axis “Cultural Translator.”


Important Dates and Events April 4 – April 15

April 6
RCE Friend Day

April 9
Booster Club Meeting
7pm

April 12
Prospective Parent Night
7pm

 

FIND ALL UPCOMING EVENTS HERE

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Highlights

Make RCS the BEST Bay Area Private School for the
4th Consecutive Year
Vote Here
Elementary Finalists to Compete in the ACSI Speech
Meet
Click Here
RCE Parents Coffee Hour is Tomorrow! Click Here
Mrs. Moog Inducted into the Castro Valley Sports Hall of
Fame
Click Here
Varsity Baseball Champions Click Here
RCHS Alumnus Sam Lee Completes U.S. Air Force
Basic Training
Click Here
Join Us in Honoring Our Teachers and Staff the First
Week of May
Click Here
Prayer Guide Click Here

RCS Stories
Meet the NEW Faculty Joining RCS
Click Here

Score Box

5th and 6th Grade Basketball:
3/24 vs. Canyon
Boys A Team lost 34-15

HS Baseball:
3/26 vs. Rosemont at Cordova Tournament (at Mather Field)
Varsity Boys won 11-6
3/26 vs. Bear River at Cordova Tournament (at Mather Field)
Varsity Boys lost 9-7
3/27 vs. Monterey Trail at Cordova Tournament (at Peterson Field)
Varsity Boys won 10-8
3/28 vs. Bear River at Cordova Tournament
Varsity Boys won 9-1
Varsity Baseball won the Championship

HS Softball:
3/26 vs. Fremont Christian
Varsity Girls won 29-0

HS Volleyball:
3/21 vs. College Prep @ Home
Varsity Boys lost 3-2
3/22 vs. Castro Valley @ Home
Varsity Boys lost 3-0
3/23 vs. Bentley @ Home
Varsity Boys lost 3-0
4/3 vs. Valley Christian @ Home
Varsity Boys lost 3-0

Attention MSHS Parents:

The MSHS is in need of replenishing the tissue supply. Please send in 3 to 4 boxes for classroom use. Thank you!

Support RCS When You Shop!

Amazon Donates When You Shop At
https://smile.amazon.com/ch/23-7069060

How Can My Family Support RCS?

Give to the RCS Annual Fund in 2017-18
Contact Mike Kady, Director of Advancement
at mikekady@rcs.edu or 510-889-7526

************************************************************************************ Reminder: Please know that unsubscribing from ONE RCS email will remove you from receiving ALL school emails, including significant announcements that will benefit your child(ren) and you. We strongly recommend that you do not unsubscribe from receiving RCS emails. Thank you. ************************************************************************************

Questions?

District Office: 510-889-7526
Elementary Campus Office: 510-537-4288
MSHS Campus Office: 510-317-8990
Athletic Department Office: 510-317-8988
Contact Us Online
The Education You TRUST for the Children You Love
Redwood Christian Schools Eagles


APRIL 4-APRIL 15

private school

Click on Banner Above for PDF Version of the Eagle Update

Mr. Hearne’s Recommended Resources:
We have all had that most embarrassing moment … the one where we just wanted to die. Embarrassment is an emotion that we can also learn from and embarrassing moments can be great teaching opportunities with our children. My first two recommended resources today offer tips and insight regarding how to help our children recover from their most embarrassing moments. First, based upon Psalm 25:2, “How Do You Handle Life’s Most Embarrassing Moments?” explains three possible negative reactions: anger, self-pity, and fear. Rather than giving in to one of these three reactions, the better option is to get over it! However, we all know that sometimes it’s much easier said than done to get over it. Therefore, my second recommended resource is, “How to Help Kids Deal with Embarrassment,” which offers some helpful ideas that we as parents can utilize to help ourselves or our children get over their embarrassment, such as don’t overreact, praise positive skills, and create perspective. And, as always, the third recommended resource is the Axis “Cultural Translator.”


Important Dates and Events April 4 – April 15

April 6
RCE Friend Day

April 9
Booster Club Meeting
7pm

April 12
Prospective Parent Night
7pm

 

FIND ALL UPCOMING EVENTS HERE

best bay area private schools

 

 

Highlights

Make RCS the BEST Bay Area Private School for the
4th Consecutive Year
Vote Here
Elementary Finalists to Compete in the ACSI Speech
Meet
Click Here
RCE Parents Coffee Hour is Tomorrow! Click Here
Mrs. Moog Inducted into the Castro Valley Sports Hall of
Fame
Click Here
Varsity Baseball Champions Click Here
RCHS Alumnus Sam Lee Completes U.S. Air Force
Basic Training
Click Here
Join Us in Honoring Our Teachers and Staff the First
Week of May
Click Here
Prayer Guide Click Here

RCS Stories
Meet the NEW Faculty Joining RCS
Click Here

Score Box

5th and 6th Grade Basketball:
3/24 vs. Canyon
Boys A Team lost 34-15

HS Baseball:
3/26 vs. Rosemont at Cordova Tournament (at Mather Field)
Varsity Boys won 11-6
3/26 vs. Bear River at Cordova Tournament (at Mather Field)
Varsity Boys lost 9-7
3/27 vs. Monterey Trail at Cordova Tournament (at Peterson Field)
Varsity Boys won 10-8
3/28 vs. Bear River at Cordova Tournament
Varsity Boys won 9-1
Varsity Baseball won the Championship

HS Softball:
3/26 vs. Fremont Christian
Varsity Girls won 29-0

HS Volleyball:
3/21 vs. College Prep @ Home
Varsity Boys lost 3-2
3/22 vs. Castro Valley @ Home
Varsity Boys lost 3-0
3/23 vs. Bentley @ Home
Varsity Boys lost 3-0
4/3 vs. Valley Christian @ Home
Varsity Boys lost 3-0

Attention MSHS Parents:

The MSHS is in need of replenishing the tissue supply. Please send in 3 to 4 boxes for classroom use. Thank you!

Support RCS When You Shop!

Amazon Donates When You Shop At
https://smile.amazon.com/ch/23-7069060

How Can My Family Support RCS?

Give to the RCS Annual Fund in 2017-18
Contact Mike Kady, Director of Advancement
at mikekady@rcs.edu or 510-889-7526

************************************************************************************ Reminder: Please know that unsubscribing from ONE RCS email will remove you from receiving ALL school emails, including significant announcements that will benefit your child(ren) and you. We strongly recommend that you do not unsubscribe from receiving RCS emails. Thank you. ************************************************************************************

Questions?

District Office: 510-889-7526
Elementary Campus Office: 510-537-4288
MSHS Campus Office: 510-317-8990
Athletic Department Office: 510-317-8988
Contact Us Online
The Education You TRUST for the Children You Love
Redwood Christian Schools Eagles