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RHS CLASS FLOATS HIGHLIGHT HOMECOMING PARADE



‘Bury Smithville,’ the freshman class float, was awarded first place in last Wednesday’s Rockdale High School homecoming parade. The 2012 event also featured homecoming queen nominees, class princesses, the Big Blue Band, cheerleaders, Golden Girls, RVFD firefighters and football teams. ‘Bury Smithville,’ the freshman class float, was awarded first place in last Wednesday’s Rockdale High School homecoming parade. The 2012 event also featured homecoming queen nominees, class princesses, the Big Blue Band, cheerleaders, Golden Girls, RVFD firefighters and football teams.

RHS seniors ‘trashed’ the other Tigers from Smithville and won second place float in parade. RHS seniors ‘trashed’ the other Tigers from Smithville and won second place float in parade.

Junior float ‘tamed’ the other Tigers in a circus atmosphere, and was third in the annual parade. Junior float ‘tamed’ the other Tigers in a circus atmosphere, and was third in the annual parade.

RHS sophomores took fourth in the 2012 homecoming parade with their float ‘Operation Tiger’. RHS sophomores took fourth in the 2012 homecoming parade with their float ‘Operation Tiger’.

CONGRATULATIONS! Golden Girl of the Week for Sept. 14, Battle of the Bell week, was Allison Pelzel (above), freshman. Golden Girl of the Week for Sept. 21 was Holly Vargas (below), sophomore. CONGRATULATIONS! Golden Girl of the Week for Sept. 14, Battle of the Bell week, was Allison Pelzel (above), freshman. Golden Girl of the Week for Sept. 21 was Holly Vargas (below), sophomore.

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