Join Sun Valley Presbyterian Church for their 14th annual Strawberry Festival on Saturday, July 9, 2022 from 7am - 3pm. Strawberry Festival and Sun Valley Presbyterian Church is looking for volunteer help for the 14th annual festival on July 9. This fun family event runs from 7 am to 3 pm with raffles, food, live entertainment, crafters, bake sale and a kids carnival. The Strawberry Festival continues to support local missions such as Caritas, Beloit Hospice, Family Promise and DEFY Domestic Abuse. They are looking for additional help running the kids carnival between 9 am and 3 pm. If you are interested in helping, please contact Teresa Molencupp 608-346-6731.
Register now for summer school! Visit rccs.us for a class list and registration papers.
Thrivent Local Book Drive Tuesday, May 10 11:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m. Thank you, Thrivent, for collecting books for Rock County Christian School! Drop off new and gently used books on Tuesday, May 10, at Thrivent (2225 Cranston Road, Beloit). The first 100 people dropping off a donation will receive a Jimmy Johns lunch compliments of Thrivent. The books collected will benefit Rock County Christian School. Visit our wish list at https://tinyurl.com/2p9x94d9 . In addition, for every new or gently used book donated, Thrivent will donate $2 per item up to $1000 to the Stateline Community Foundation Literacy for Life. Thank you for making an impact in your community!
Our teachers were overwhelmed with the love shown to them by the RCCS families on this first day of Teacher Appreciation Week. The snacks and lunch were delicious! Thank you for starting their week off in such a nice way. And third graders were EGG-CITED to finally get their hatching eggs today! We can't wait to share updates with you as we wait for them to break out! Tomorrow's special day for Teacher Appreciation Week is Thankful Tuesday. The PTF asks that families consider writing a note of encouragement to your child's teachers, and send them to school tomorrow.
National Day of Prayer tshirts--on sale now! Anyone can purchase! Children's and adult sizes available. All orders with payments must be turned in by Monday, April 25 at noon--no exceptions. This year's t-shirts are being sold as a fundraiser for the Senior Class. These are great to wear on Fridays for Spirit wear. Download and print an order form here: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/2435/RCCS/2025172/RCCS_National_Day_of_Prayer_T-shirts_2022.pdf
JUNIOR HIGH/HIGH SCHOOL RCCS FINE ARTS NIGHT 2022 An evening of music, art, food, and a little bit of drama on the side! Tickets are limited can be purchased at either campus. Starts at 6:30 p.m. and $7 includes a full smoked pulled pork dinner. Get your tickets now! Call the school at 608-757-1000, ext. 2 or 3.
It's time to order the 2021-22 RCCS Yearbook! The yearbook has all students and staff in grades K-12. Cost is $22 for soft cover; $29 for hard cover. Order forms are available at both campuses or order online at https://tr5.treering.com/create-account/1014540901594549 . (The cost is slightly higher for online orders.) Order before April 20 and get free shipping!
On Wednesday, March 23, the Beloit Campus hosted a Christian Women leadership event during chapel. Students Adelle Super and Karma Williams served as moderators and asked questions of the panel (Dina Knibbs, Florence Haley, Sarah Hawthrone, Linda Ross). The panel shared their stories regarding their walk with Christ and its impact on their personal and professional lives. Their stories were heartfelt and compelling! At the elementary campus, Mrs. Ray discussed joyful Nehemiah and grumpy Jonah, with help from Leah, Julia, Colton and Davontae.
Tonight! (Tuesday, March 22) Parent-Teacher Fellowship Please join us! 6:30 - 7:30 pm Beloit Campus 916 Bushnell Street – Beloit President/Chair: Carleigh Koper Mission Statement: The mission of the Rock County Christian School's PTF is to foster fellowship between parents and teachers while promoting, providing, and organizing volunteer support for various school functions that further the social, academic, spiritual, and financial excellence of the school.
Over 100 students and staff from Rock County Christian School participated in their Church Service Project on Friday, March 18. They provided service by cleaning fifteen churches and other Christian organizations in Rock County. We appreciate their efforts to be the “hands and feet” of Christ. For more photos, visit https://photos.app.goo.gl/9K24oPRmSttsxYP87
March Happenings at RCCS: On Tuesday, March 15, high school athletes and their families enjoyed a delicious sports' awards banquet provided by the Booster Club. Select athletes were recognized for Most Improved, Most Valuable, and for our highest athletic prize, the Bruce Mulder Award (for the athlete who most exemplifies Christ-like character). Sports are a great way for your child to get involved at RCCS; visit https://www.rccs.us/page/athletics for more information! On Wednesday, March 15, elementary students heard from our very own Mrs. Mitchell, kindergarten teacher at RCCS. Mrs. Mitchell spent many years in Ireland as a teacher, and spoke to students about Ireland, St. Patrick, clovers, and how God has a plan for each one of our lives. (For more pictures of the Sports' Award Banquet, visit https://photos.app.goo.gl/BYTMbqPmNPM5JwbG7 )
Monday, March 14 To celebrate, we have a deal for you! Buy a famous RCCS Apple Pie for just $10. First come, first served. Pies can be purchased between the hours of 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. at the Beloit campus.
We finished out Spiritual Emphasis Week at the high school with messages from Pastor David Clark and from the well-loved Mr. Mulder. Elementary students heard from former 5th grade teacher Mr. Raleigh and from Mrs. Stalcup. Pray that the lessons the kids heard this week will impact them for eternity!
Spiritual Emphasis Week continues at RCCS. On Tuesday, elementary students heard from the Duran family, missionaries to Argentina. Marco is a kindergartener at RCCS, and he and his mom, Nathan and Christina, and little sister Miliana, will go back next Tuesday to serve another 2 years. High school students heard from Pastor Jeremy Scott on Tuesday, and on Wednesday, they were challenged by Pastor Jeff Williams. Elementary students learned more about the fruit of the Spirit from Mr. Doug Shaw. Please keep praying that the kids will learn and grow closer to Jesus this week!
To kick off Spiritual Emphasis Week 2022, both campuses heard from author and speaker Kevin P. Horath. Visit https://www.thefactorbooks.com/ to learn more about Pastor Horath and his books.
Attention all HIGH SCHOOL athletes (soccer, volleyball, and basketball) and parents/guardians: join us on Tuesday, March 15, at the Beloit campus for our annual Athletics Award Banquet. Questions? Call the school at 608-757-1000.
Monday, March 7: Monthly Board Meeting at the Beloit Campus. Starts at 6:00 p.m. The meeting will only be in-person; there will be no Zoom link for this meeting.
Sci-Fi Day at the high school; Costume Day for elementary! And the staff vs. student basketball game was a close one, but the staff came out on top, 54-53! For more pictures, visit https://photos.app.goo.gl/JYxfXezoMGtv2LPe6 . Games start at 5:30 p.m. Admission is $2 an adult; $1 senior citizens and students; alumni are free!
Both campuses had a great time living in the past today! And Eddie Eagle made the rounds, too! See more pictures here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/5eVGRppyhcEoTdv99 Tomorrow's theme at the Beloit campus: SciFi Day (dress like a character from your class's movie). Staff vs. student basketball game, too! Elementary students (Janesville campus): costume day!! (Dress like a princess, a dragon, a superhero, an athlete, a teacher, etc.--just nothing scary or violent.) Both campuses are collecting donations for Project 16:49 all week. And join us for the highlight of the week on Friday, Feb. 25: varsity girls and boys basketball games starting at 5:30 p.m.!
Due to potential icy road conditions, school will be canceled for Tuesday, February 22. This will be treated as a snow / cold day and will be rescheduled for a later date. There will be no online learning tomorrow. All after school events are canceled as well. Please be safe!