The Volley for the Cure Night was a huge success Thursday night. Almost $1200 was raised! Thank you to all that came to support such a wonderful cause. Special thank you to the all three volleyball teams for donating baskets and baked goods. The Varsity fell short to Lisle in two games 12-25, 20-25. The team had a combined 16 digs, 7 kills, 3 solo blocks, and 3 aces. JV had a great night beating Lisle in three matchces. They lost the first one 20-25 but came back to win the next two 25-14, 25-23. As a team they had 22 digs and 8 aces. The Freshmen also won in two with a nail biter. Neither team would give up and the first game ended up going to 31-29 with Reed-Custer prevailing. They took the second game 25-10. It was a great team effort all the way around! The Volley for the Cure t-shirts and can coozies will still be on sale in the office through next week.
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- Labor Day: No SchoolSeptember 3rd, 2018
CHATTER INSTAGRAM PAGEAntionette Hill is named to the All-Tournament Team in the Lisle Holiday Cage Classic.The five students that represented RCHS at the Joliet Junior College Area High School Art Exhibition this fall were recognized at the board meeting on December 19, 2018. Tami Sarnowski (acrylic paint on guitar), Madison Tiangco (ceramic and fused glass), Jacob Lambert (color pencil drawing), Joshua Neu (mixed media sculpture) and Calla Kmetz (black & white digital photograph).The students’ choice for “Teacher of the Month” in December 2018 was Mr. Hurley.RCHS JV Boys take 3rd place in the Serena Tournament with a final of 55-49! Photo courtesy of Jennifer Hoffman.