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!
The Beloit Memorial High School “Knightingales” displayed their amazing talents at Rock County Christian School by performing a “Step Dance” routine. This historical and cultural art, led by Dancing Coach Regina Hendrix, was part of the Black History Month celebration at Rock County Christian School. Other events this week at RCCS: Pastor Dannie Evans spoke at the Beloit campus chapel, the elementary school celebrated Valentine's Day, and several elementary students were caught showing love (our character trait for the month) to other students. For more pictures of this week's happenings, visit https://photos.app.goo.gl/xDxgg4HTM91TpPna6 .
This week at Rock County Christian School: Kindergartners celebrated 100 days of school. Ms. Rita Hodges came back to RCCS and shared her experiences during the Civil Rights Movement. "Patient" elementary students earned some Texas Roadhouse. And the League of Women Voters stopped by to help seniors register to vote. (For more 100 Day of Kindergarten pictures, visit https://photos.app.goo.gl/XRWqPffqen1WwZpS8.)
Friday Night Basketball RCCS Eagles vs. Oakhil JV Boys start at 4:30. Varsity Girls and Varisty Boys follow. Admission charged.
Next week's homecoming activities have been postponed.
The Varsity Eagles are in Lake Zurich, IL this weekend at the Dayspring Basketball Classic. Games are livestreamed here: https://dbc.edu/ . For more pictures from this year's season, visit https://photos.app.goo.gl/kkoNrLx3GbN3YNbR9 .
During the month of January, the elementary campus is catching each other being patient! Here are our first 3 patient people! We also finally made it outside for recess--bring on the heat wave! For more winter fun, check out our album at https://photos.app.goo.gl/2wJKKa251zGktEbE7 .
January's board meeting will be online only. Join us by clicking the links in the comment. The Godly stewardship meeting will also be online.
CHANGE OF VENUE: Friday's games against Oakhill are at the Janesville Community Center at Saint Patrick's, 305 Lincoln Street, Janesville. Eagles Basketball vs. Oakhill Friday, January 7 @Janesville Community Center at St. Patrick's First game (JV) starts at 5:00 p.m. Varsity girls and varsity guys will follow. Let's support our Eagles and Lady Eagles as they face their favorite rivals! (Admission is $3/adult, $2/student)
Sweater Day at RCCS! Visit https://photos.app.goo.gl/mebQT9q4Y2qk7La1A for more pictures! For our latest newsletter, visit https://mailchi.mp/b4bea538548e/over-2000-collected !
There was no sleeping here today--too much fun! For more pictures, visit https://photos.app.goo.gl/tWofcD6Pkgrnoa9GA
January's lunch menu is up on the website: /browse/262490