Art by Carlynn Hill, a junior at Rockdale High School. Full Story
Rockdale band Christmas concert Monday night
Rockdale ISD’s band concert date has been changed to Monday, Dec. 13.
A musical presentation from all the Rockdale ISD bands will be held at 7 p.m. at the Rockdale High School auditorium.
The performance is free, but the band boosters will be collecting non-perishable food items the week before and at the door the night of the concert, Schweitzer said. Full Story
‘Super’ book fair at RES ends Friday
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, its... Super Book Fair. That’s right, it’s book fair time again.
Rockdale Elementary School will hold its book fair 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. through Friday, Dec. 10 at the school’s library, according to Sherilyn Johnson, elementary school librarian. Full Story
‘GOOD CHARACTER’–Rockdale Elementary announced High-Five students for the second six week period. Full Story
TOP STUDENTS–Rockdale Elementary announced High-Five students for the first six week period. They were chosen to represent their school by displaying exceptional character. Full Story
RHS STUDENT OF THE WEEK
Rockdale High School teachers have selected senior Dylan Carter to be student of the week. The son of Jimmy and Vicki Carter, he was nominated by agricultural science teacher Amanda Brantly who believes that he is one of the most congenial students on campus. Full Story
Youth basketball sign ups through Dec. 10
Rockdale Youth Basketball sign-ups are continuing through Dec. 10. Boys and girls grades third through sixth grades are eligible to play, spokesperson Rebecca King said.
Try-outs will be held at 6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 13 at the Rockdale High School new gym. Full Story
Breakfast (all campuses)
Cereal, toast, breakfast bar, jelly and milk offered daily.
Monday—Pancakes, sausage links.
Wednesday—Sausage and egg muffin.
Friday—Scrambled eggs with cheese.
Elementary and Intermediate Lunch Full Story
Old school toys educate, entertain
As the holidays approach, parents and grandparents should note that they don’t have to spend a fortune on great toys that educate and entertain children.
Although high-tech toys are popular — and oftentimes expensive — they don’t always provide the interaction necessary for children to learn communication and social skills. Full Story
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