‘Family Matters’ meetings to begin
A re you a parent that is troubled about your child’s behavior? If you are like most parents it is not unreasonable to worry about this common concern. There are Rockdale community citizens who have heard some of these issues and are willing to help. Full Story
Breakdown of school funding case issues
On Feb. 4, Judge John Dietz handed down his decision in the landmark school funding case, Texas Taxpayer and Student Fairness Coalition, et al. v. Michael Williams, et al. Full Story
JUMP ROPE FOR HEART—Thorndale fourth graders (l-r) Katelyn Nunez, Kiera Rash, Chance Pasemann (background) Humberto Alfaro, Morgan Posey and Victoria Herrera jumping their hearts out to find a Full Story
PALS hosting donkey basketball game Sat.
The craziest show on earth is coming to Rockdale—donkey basketball. It’s wilder than a rodeo and funnier than a circus, according to Tina Barcak, Rockdale High School PALS sponsor. Full Story
Fruit, cereal and milk served daily.
Monday—French toast, sausage.
Tuesday—Vanilla yogurt, apple cinnamon muffin.
Elementary and Intermediate Lunch Full Story
Updated RHS scholarship list
Here’s an updated list of scholarships and deadlines for Rockdale High School students. This information is available from counselor Kelly Windham at her offie or online at www.rockdaleisd.net. Deadlines are as follows:
• 10 Words or Less, April 1.
• Abbott and Fenner Scholarship Program, general, June 14.
• ACET Scholarship, March 8. Full Story
MCRTA group to rally in Austin on March 20
What do public school teachers and staff members do when they retire? Many travel, or become substitute teachers. Some volunteer at local food banks, hospitals, nursing homes or libraries. Many join genealogical groups and serve on historical committees for communities and counties. They also like using their time to enjoy grandchildren. Full Story