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Senior Eddy Kirk Wins All-American Bowl Award

Senior Eddy Kirk Wins All-American Bowl Award

November 14, 2011


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Photographer Nathaly Taffo covers Senior Eddy Kirk's ceremony for winning and receiving the All-American Bowl award which was presented by the military.

New Superintendent Visits Students

New Superintendent Visits Students

November 11, 2011


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In a rare free moment from his hectic schedule, Superintendent Dr. Joshua Starr visited RHS, met with administrators, observed classroom instruction and attended a press conference Nov. 10. Hard work means no free time. After a meeting was cancelled, Dr. Starr visited the school to get what he like...

Montgomery County Council to Vote on Curfew Law Nov. 6

Montgomery County Council to Vote on Curfew Law Nov. 6

November 3, 2011


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After months of meetings, council discussions and local press coverage, the Montgomery County Council will vote Nov. 6 whether or not to instate a curfew for minors that prohibits teenagers from being out after 11 p.m. on weeknights and midnight on weekends. County executive Isiah Leggett proposed...

Final Screening of “The Hammer” Film Produced by RHS Alumnus Eben Kostbar to be Held Nov. 2

Final Screening of “The Hammer” Film Produced by RHS Alumnus Eben Kostbar to be Held Nov. 2

November 2, 2011


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The Hammer, a film written and produced by RHS alumnus Eben Kostbar, will have its last screening Nov. 2 at a local AMC theater in Alexandria, VA.  Kostbar graduated from RHS in 1996. This is his first independent full length film. The Hammer tells the story of Matt Hamill, who became the first deaf...

Students, Staff Support Lily’s Hope

Students, Staff Support Lily’s Hope

November 2, 2011


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Last August, physical education instructor, Frank Weaver, and his family received devastating news: their ten year old daughter, Lily, was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer. Lily complained of upper arm pain to her parents, but who would have known that the arm pain was something much more than an ice pack cou...

Earthquake, Hurricane Frightens Students Despite Small Impact

Earthquake, Hurricane Frightens Students Despite Small Impact

October 17, 2011


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The end-of-the-world weather that has swept through Maryland in recent weeks has had major impacts on both the students and faculty at RHS. When the earthquake struck, Junior Dominic Cicatelli was putting a glass of milk in his refrigerator and was so frightened he almost spilled his milk. Cicatelli...

Ten Years Later: Memories of Pentagon, World Trade Center Attacks

Ten Years Later: Memories of Pentagon, World Trade Center Attacks

September 11, 2011


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My previous boss and co worker were traveling to California taking 3 students and 3 teachers to the Channel Islands off the coast. They were on the Pentagon flight. Margot Proctor is a member of the Rockville community. --- I remember being very confused when we were suddenly taken out of s...

Pentagon Memorial Photo Gallery

Pentagon Memorial Photo Gallery

September 11, 2011


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Sexual Orientation Lessons Spread

Sexual Orientation Lessons Spread

May 4, 2011


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Everyone hears the stories of homosexual or transsexual high school students who are bullied, are not allowed to go to prom together or are discriminated from their communities in some way. But do these situations occur at RHS? According to pflagphoenix.org, 28 percent of gay and lesbian students dr...

Mulch Sale Profits Increase, Lead to More Funding for Sports

Mulch Sale Profits Increase, Lead to More Funding for Sports

April 14, 2011


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On April 2, RHS' Booster Club hosted its annual mulch sale - the school's biggest fundraiser of the year - bringing in thousands of dollars to support nearly all extracurricular activities and programs. The money raised at the mulch sale this year will be used to fund after school sport...

Culture Festival Performers Cut Short Due to Time Constraints

Culture Festival Performers Cut Short Due to Time Constraints

April 7, 2011


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Tears flooded at the backstage of this year's Culture Festival on April 1 after some performers were informed that six acts were cut from the program because the Culture Club's building permit, which was from 7:00 p.m. until 9:30 p.m., expired.Performances such as Korean pop songs by sophomores Sarah...

Every 15 Minutes Photo Gallery

Every 15 Minutes Photo Gallery

March 30, 2011


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The RHS is presented with the biennial event of Every 15 Minutes, students are pulled from their classrooms to be read their obituaries and taken to "die".

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