The second week of school was busy! Teachers were well-prepared and the week went smoothly. Teachers are adjusting to the CSCOPE science curriculum used by the district. The CSCOPE curriculum adds rigor which will hopefully increase student success in science.
The varsity Coyotes were victorious in their first outing over Azle Christian by 50-0. The varsity Coyotes travel to Trent on Saturday to play Borden County, last year’s Division II state champion. The game begins at 6:30. It should be a game worth a 2 ½ hour drive. Trent is 30 minutes west of Abilene. The junior varsity plays Blanket at Coyote Field on Thursday, Sept 3rd at 7:30 p.m. The Coyote marching band under the direction of Dwayne Bishop will play at the 3:00 Friday pep rally and at the game. Come out and support our athletes and band.
I urge parents to sign drug test permission forms and return them to school as soon as possible. The only way the school can test students with a urinalysis is with both student and parent permission. Contact the principal’s office if you need any further information. Help keep our students drug free!
Richland Springs is a good place to live and raise a family. We have a great community, students, teachers and staff. It’s great to see our community supporting students in their efforts to achieve. It takes everyone working together to achieve success. Thanks for all you do!
Community involvement is the key to our success!