Elementary School (K-5) school supply lists are now available for the upcoming school year.
Click here to view them.
Summer office hours begin Tuesday, May 31st. Offices are open Mon through Thurs. 8:00 – noon.
The office resumes normal hours on July 25th from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
All school offices will be closed from June 27th through July15th.
Summer SCRIP Orders: SCRIP orders for May 30, 2016 will be available for pickup on Monday, June 6. Effective June 6, orders for SCRIP placed by 9:00 a.m. on Monday, can be picked up betwee 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon on Thursday. From June 27th through July 15th, RCS offices are closed and SCRIP orders will not be processed during this time. However, you can still place SCRIP Now orders on line. The Monday Order/Thursday Pickup schedule will resume on July 18th. When RCS offices open full time on Monday July 25th, Scrip orders will follow the current schedule: Orders received by 9:00 a.m. on Monday can be picked up after 12:00 noon on Friday.
Today we had the opportunity to celebrate some of our athletes. We have 6 students who have accepted scholarships to participate in athletics at the collegiate level. This is a great result of the talent we have at RCS in athletes and coaches.
Jessica Meyer – Volleyball – John Brown University
Luke Cross – Football – Morningside College
Jake Tomcheck – Baseball – Oklahoma Christian University
Caden Magnuson – Cross Country/Track – Colorado Christian University
Madeline Peacock – Soccer – Concordia University
Hannah Hart – Soccer – Wartburg College
Topics include: Terra Nova Testing, Summer Events and Classes: VBS, Cougar and Science Camp, LEGO Robotics and Math Summer School.
Topics include: New Middle School Principal, Moving Without Bells, Sports Update, Art Festival, Spirit Run and Suspicious Apps.
May 2 at 7 p.m. is the annual RCS Band Spring Awards Concert held at the luxurious Lincoln Center Performance Hall in Fort Collins. This celebratory end of the year concert is a fantastic compilation of all bands 6-12 including jazz bands and will feature band competition music (every band at RCS got a superior rating this year) as well as some pieces from well-known movies like Star Wars, Indiana Jones and the Hunger Games.
Tickets can be purchased at through this link and all proceeds from this event go to RCS Bands.
Dani Couse, an RCS sophomore, was selected as the principal clarinetist for the 65th Annual Colorado All-State Band, the most competitively auditioned ensemble in the state of Colorado. As principal chair, Dani was distinguished as the top clarinet in all Colorado high schools with fewer than 1,100 students and will perform Saturday, April 2 at the Union Colony Civic Center’s Monfort Hall, at 4 p.m.
Topics include: the assembly on bullying
Tonight’s (Thursday) boys basketball game against Rye in the Class 2A quarterfinals will be broadcast online via the NFHS Network.
Tip-off is slated for 5:30 p.m. in Pueblo.
The game can be streamed on most mobile devices as well as computers, but a pass will cost $9.95, or a monthly pass runs $14.95.
To sign up to watch, visit the NFHS Network page .