Monthly Archives: January 2018
Congratulations to the following FCCLA students for their performances at the Regional Competition at Kankakee Community College: Cookie Decorating: Stephanie McGregor – 2nd place Macy Pfizer – 2nd Place Vanessa Pacholski – 2nd Place Mandy Wennberg – 3rd Place Kristiane … Continue reading
Do you want to send your sweetheart or bestie a Valentine’s Day message? If so, the Class of 2020 will be selling VALENTINE’S DAY SUCKERS with your message during lunches starting February 5th and ending on February 9th. Each sucker … Continue reading
Congrats to Aidan Schott and Ashley Koca for earning a 1st place finish at the I-8 Freshman tournament last night in Peotone and making the all-tournament team.
Last Saturday the JV Wrestling team placed 4th at the I-8 JV tournament. Placing 2nd was Hunter Billingsley, Matt Cotton, and Gavin Whelchel. Placing 3rd was Jerimiah Kirby and TJ Wilson. Placing 4th was Phillip Matthews and placing 5th was … Continue reading
Congratulations to the Wrestling Comets on a 20 -5 season. Last night they defeated Herscher 48-36 to ensure their 2nd place finish in the I-8 Conference. Now it’s on to the state series. Good Luck, wrestlers!!
The Comet Boys Basketball team avenged an earlier defeat by knocking off the Sandwich Indians 83-75 last night. The Comets were led by Gavin Grace’s 22 points and Russell Page’s 20 points. Dylan Hutchison went 6 for 6 from the … Continue reading
Are you a senior planning to attend JJC in Fall 2018? Do you have a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher and an SAT score of 1070 or higher or ACT score of 21 or above? If so, then you … Continue reading
Win a $25 McDonald’s gift card and a chance to go down in history! RCHS will be part of a brand new conference in 2 years. Here’s your chance to NAME THE NEW CONFERENCE. RCHS gets to submit one possible … Continue reading
COLLEGE BOUND SENIORS- Check out the Teach Outdoors $500 scholarship opportunity on the RCHS guidance counselor’s blog. Applicants should have a 3.0 GPA and be planning to attend college and major in any of the following areas: education, conservation, parks & … Continue reading