The Lady Coyotes basketball team now 3-2 on the season. The Varsity boys are 1-0 on the season.
The Varsity girls played Fredericksburg Heritage this past Tuesday and both boys’ and girls’ will play in the Rochelle tournament Thursday through Saturday. The Junior High girls are 2-0 and the Junior High boys are 0-2. Both teams played Lohn this past Monday.
The district will begin benchmark testing in Science this Thursday. Students who don’t pass the benchmark tests will be assigned mandatory after-school TAKS tutoring until they can pass the TAKS tutoring benchmark.
Gerald McKee will travel with Richland Springs’ students to Manor this Saturday, Dec. 6th to compete in a lamb and goat jackpot. Gerald McKee commented that lice seem especially bad in animals this year due to the dry weather. It is important to de-worm and de-lice animals now! Animals may need extra bedding during colder weather and may need adjustment to feeding rations in the last month prior to the county stock show. Contact Mr. McKee for assistance as needed. The San Saba County Stock Show beginning on Friday, January 16th is fast approaching.
The Thanksgiving holidays were a welcomed break. It is a good break that allows everyone to come back refreshed and revitalized. There are only 3 weeks of school remaining until the Christmas break. There are only 3 weeks of school left in the third six-weeks. Three week progress reports were mailed this past Tuesday. Contact your child’s teacher if you receive a notice of concern in the mail. Come visit with your child’s teachers and get involved in your child’s education.
Thanks to parents who took time to return the School Safety surveys. Your responses will help us improve on our overall school safety program.
The Richland Springs Preservation Society will present a Christmas play entitled It’s Sad, So Sad When an Elf Goes Bad this Thursday evening, Dec. 4, at the school cafetorium. The play begins promptly at 6:30 p.m., followed by a home-cooked meal afterward serving stew, cornbread, dessert and tea. The cost of the dinner/theatre is $6. The community is urged to attend and help the Richland Springs Preservation Society raise funds to help our community.
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.
Community involvement is the key to success