The Booster Club hosted their famous Chili Supper and Bingo at the school cafetorium last Saturday night. I heard comments that the chili was exceptional this year. A good time was had by all. Thanks to all the volunteers who made this event a success. This event is a major fundraiser for the Booster Club. The Richland Springs Coyote Booster Club now has a website. Their website is www.rscoyoteden.weebly.com The booster club email is email@example.com
Every Tuesday night at 7:00 p.m. the Coyote Booster Club meets at the school Cafetorium for FILM, FOOD & FELLOWSHIP. We eat a potluck meal, watch the past week’s film, hear Coach Burkhart’s comments and enjoy each other’s fellowship. Please remember that EVERYONE is ALWAYS welcome to attend! If you would like, please bring your favorite dish. The Booster Club will provide drinks. Please come and we will see you there next week!
The Mighty Coyote Band under the direction of Dwayne Bishop is sounding better each week. The band is working hard for Mr. Bishop and the results are astounding. Come out and support the band, cheerleaders, and the student athletes at the games, you won’t be disappointed!
The varsity Coyotes rolled to a 74-6 victory over the Rochelle Hornets. The offense and defense were clicking on all six cylinders last week. Special recognition goes to the kick-off team who recovered three onside kicks. The junior high team lost to Rochelle last week.
The varsity coyotes host Santa Anna at 7:30 p.m. this week, while the junior high and junior varsity teams travel to Santa Anna on Thursday for a 6:00 p.m. kick-off.
The Student Council and 4-H Club are organized and active. Richland Springs’ 4-H will be collecting cans of food for the San Saba County Food Pantry. All food items can be brought to the library. Valerie Gossett would like to announce that there will be a 4 – H meeting immediately after school on Thursday, Nov. 5th in the library.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. ‘Coyotes for the Cure’ participated in ‘HATS ON DAY’. Through this fundraiser the faculty and students of Richland Springs ISD donate contributions to the Susan G. Komen Foundation for breast cancer research. Donations to the Susan G. Komen Foundation for the Cure will be accepted at the breast cancer information booth at the game vs. Santa Anna Mountaineers on October 30th. Don’t forget to show your support for breast cancer awareness and wear pink to the game.
As you may have heard, Richland Springs has the honor of hosting the district UIL Academic Meet for elementary students this December. Richland Springs is also the host school for UIL One Act Play next spring.
It’s great to see our community supporting students in their efforts to achieve. We have a great community, students, teachers and staff. It takes everyone working together to achieve success. Thanks for all you do!
Three-week notices are being sent home this week. Please read the letter and contact your child’s teacher as necessary to ensure your child is successful.
Listen to the Coyotes varsity games on the internet at www.kbalfm.com
Community involvement is the key to success!