Seniors Astrid Christensen, Madelyn Hubbard, and Kayla Whillock sign with ATU to run Cross-Country this fall. Joining them at their signing is Coach Frazier.
Russellville High School Distinction Banquet.
Exclusive Teacher Party
RHS Journalism department recently attended ASPA (Arkansas Scholastic Press Association). The following students qualified for an award at the event. Mail in awards YEARBOOK Honorable Mention: Anthony Mendoza - Special Coverage Julie Osorto - Student Life Copy Baylee Morgan - Environmental Photo Baylee Morgan - Club Copy Baylee Morgan - People/Portrait Copy Baylee Morgan - Sports Photo Yuselmi Garcia - Groups/Club Layout Excellent: Baylee Morgan - Club Photo Baylee Morgan - Cover Design Baylee Morgan - Sports Layout Baylee Morgan - Theme Development Anthony Mendoza - Ad Layout Julio Osorto - Academic Layout Rachel Pritchard - Academic Photo Alicia Dominguez - People/Portrait Layout Superior: Baylee Morgan - Theme Photo Rachel Pritchard - Student Life Photo On Site Computer Generated Design Alicia Dominguez - 3rd Place Student Life Design Red & Black Newspaper Mail in Competition Staff - General Excellence in Online Newspaper Honorable Mention: Madelyn Hubbard - Editorial Excellent: Rebecca Betancur - News Story Rebecca Betancur - Informational Graphic Superior: Raven Nobles - Photo Essay On-Site Newspaper Competition Emma Whitlow - Informational Graphic Superior: Halle Woker - Personality Profile
Congratulations to the RHS Quiz Bowl team for winning the State Championship for the third year in a row. Mr. Johnny Barham was named Quiz Bowl coach of the year.
Russellville High School celebrates our CBI Prom tonight from 6:00 to 8:00.
RHS Robotics Team competing in the Robotics World Championship in Louisville, Kentucky. Go Cyclones!
Boys Cyclone soccer are 5/6A District champs for the 2nd year in a row!! They end district with a 7-1 record consisting of 23 goals scored and only 3 goals scored on them. Coach Fuller says, "I'm so proud of how this group has responded this year and honored to get to coach them". The boys will host Sheridan for the first game of the conference tournament at 2pm this Saturday.
The Cyclone Quiz Bowl team will play Greenwood for the 6A state championship on Saturday. The Cyclones will attempt to win their third consecutive state title. The game will be broadcast live at approximately 11:00 am (could start as early as 10:40) on AETN and streamed at http://www.aetn.org/programs/quizbowl
Russellville High School Spanish students competed April 7th at Harding University at the state level Foreign Language Festival against schools all across the state of Arkansas. RHS won 1st place Drama & 1st place Talent. Winners include: ∙ 1st place Drama: Liz Luque Blandy Pedrez Damaris Alcantar Ashley Marin Katheryn Ramirez Angelica Morales MaryAnna Cortes Michelle Serrano ∙ 1st place Talent: Efrain Valladares Dennis Ramirez 1st Place Poetry - Brenda Guillen 2nd place Vocabulary – Kristy Ramirez 1st place Advanced Poetry – Liz Luque 3rd place Advanced Poetry – Katheryn Ramirez 3rd place Advanced Reading – Michelle Serrano 3rd place Advanced Speaking – Angelica Morales
ACE awards today at Russellville High School. "Attitude Creates Excellence" Congratulations to this years recipients.
Students enjoying EAST Night Out.
EAST Night Out 2018 at The Center for The Arts.
Congratulations to Claire Fine. Claire has been chosen as The Student of The Month @ Russellville High School.
Students enjoying after prom events @ RHS.
After Prom events at Russellville High School.
Prom at Russellville High School 2018.
Russellville Prom 2018.
RHS Seniors Byrson George and Logan Sloss signing with ATU & OBU. Bryson will be playing baseball for the Wonder Boys and Logan will be wrestling for the Tigers.
In an effort to make strategic, data-driven decisions, Russellville School District has partnered with Hanover Research to conduct research projects for our district for one year. The 2018 School Climate Survey is the first survey Hanover will be conducting for our district. The district is requesting participation from parents and community members in this 10-minute anonymous survey. The results of the survey will be used to guide our improvement planning process, and we need your participation in our improvement endeavors. The survey link will be available via this link: https://hanoverresearch.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_40zEfTzt8VSGurP and on the RSD Facebook page from March 28th-April 11th. Parents will also be receiving a letter with the web link and a QR code this week. Thank you very much for your continued support of the Russellville School District. Working together, we make a positive difference in the future of our children.