May 2 -May 13

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Highlights

Looking for Summer Camps? Click Here
National Day of Prayer is tomorrow, May 3. Join RCS to pray for… Click Here
Join Us in Honoring Our Teachers NEXT Week – for Daily Themes Click Here
MS Choir Earns 1st in the MS Girl’s Division at Disneyland Music Festival Listen to their Winning Song Click Here
Three RCS Students Recognized as Student Citizens of the Year Click Here
Four RCS Students to Receive Recognition (and $100) from Oro Loma Click Here
2nd Grade Lindsey Wildlife Field Trip Recap Click Here
1st Grade Oakland Zoo Field Trip Recap Click Here
The RCS Festival of Fine Arts was on Sunday, April 26th. Don’t miss captured highlights from our students’ outstanding performances! Click Here
 Daily Prayer Guide Click Here

Fabulous Learning
5th grade students actively learned from making propaganda posters for their roles as patriots, loyalists, and neutralists in our history simulation. -Mrs. Neal CLICK HERE

Seniors in Mr. Enos’ Understanding the Times class have been discussing the topic: “What is Psychology?” and how various worldviews and religions view the mind and soul of a person differently. Seniors considered the differences specifically between Christianity, Islam, Secularism, Marxism, New Spirituality, and Postmodernism. -Mr. Enos CLICK HERE

Exploding Volcanoes! Chemistry classes took the classic “model volcano” experiment to the next level to demonstrate what we have learned about acids and bases in our recent unit. Groups competed to make the ideal formula and then the best small-scale reactions were scaled up for a larger eruption outside. –Mrs. Seganish CLICK HERE

8th Grade Bible class began a discussion on how to properly utilize our resources. This led to a great conversation concerning the homeless, and different ways churches, cities, and
communities are reaching out and helping them. For example, Castro Valley’s First Presbyterian Church is building tiny houses on their property for the homeless to go. -Mr. Wilcox CLICK HERE

Middle School Spanish class showed creativity in selecting images from magazines to translate new nouns learned in Spanish. -Mrs. Sanchez CLICK HERE

Score Box

HS Baseball:
4/25 at St. Joseph (played at College of Alameda) JV Boys lost 17-7
4/26 vs. Athenian @ HOME Varsity Boys won 1-0
4/28 at University (played at Paul Goode Field) Varsity Boys won 6-0
4/30 at San Lorenzo JV Boys won 21-3
5/1 vs. St. Joseph @ HOME Varsity Boys won 8-3

HS Softball:
4/25 at Head-Royce Varsity Girls won 8-3
4/27 at Valley Christian Varsity Girls won 21-1

MS Girls Volleyball:
4/25 at Prince of Peace A Team lost 2-0 B Team lost 2-0

MS Boys Soccer:
4/25 at Prince of Peace (played at Fremont Central Park) Boys won 4-0

Attention MSHS Parents:

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