Daily Announcements

  •  ANNOUNCEMENTS: Thursday, February 15, 2018

    • On February 19th, 2002 Vonetta Flowers won the first Black gold medal in Winter Olympic Games' history. Vonetta and her partner won the women's two-person bobsled event.
    • UIL Math, Calculator, and Number Sense meets in room 2303 Tuesdays after school.
    • Fashion Clubs newest trend is hoop earrings! If anyone in the club sees you wearing hoop earrings, you will be given a ticket which you’ll need to bring to a meeting to be put in a raffle.
    • Do you like to help others? Do you like to have a good time in PE class?  Then Partner PE class is the place for you. Partner PE helps students with disabilities during their PE class. You need to have a good attitude, be encouraging, upbeat and positive! If you’re interested in applying for the Partner PE program next year, you will need to go by the counselors office and pick up an application.  Applications are due no later than Friday, April 6th. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Fulkerson or Coach Tyson.
    • This Saturday, the Stinger is hosting the first annual Snowball at the Hella Shrine ballroom in Garland. The dance is from 8 to 11. Absolutely no entry will be granted after 9:30 so make sure you’re there on time. All attendees must bring their ticket and ID. No one will be permitted without an ID.
    • Saturday, the 24th, the Orange Wave Band Boosters is holding their 5th Annual Gala and Silent Auction at the RHS Cafeteria. The gala runs from 7-10pm with doors opening at 6:30. It will be an evening of music, dinner, dancing, door prizes, and a silent auction for everyone to enjoy. Tickets are $30/person or $200 for a table of 8. But hurry because tickets go up to $35/person after February 17th.
    • Do you have a burning question for Dr. Gober? After we get back from spring break, Jacket TV will feature a brand new segment. Be on the lookout for the link to ask him questions.
    • If you are looking for something to do over the weekend, Marvel’s “Black Panther” debuts in cinemas tomorrow.
    •  For those of you reading Ready Player One, you already know about the school-wide scavenger hunt that begins next tuesday.  Details on the rules, riddles, and prizes will be posted on #rockwallreads1.   And for everyone participating in Rockwall Reads, Ready Player One T-shirts are available for purchase in Mrs. Hinton’s room 2514.
    • Tomorrow night, the girls basketball team will play their second playoff game at Wylie high school against Rowlett. Be sure to wish them luck as they look to advance another game toward state!
    • The men and women’s golf teams have recently played in 2 tournaments. The men’s golf team competed in the Flower Mound invitational at Trinity Forest and finished 7th out of 24 teams.  Individually Matthew Watkins also finished 5th out of 124 players. The Jacket Golf team also competed in the 5A Region II Preview at RGAC and finished 2nd in a very competitive field.
    • The Lady Jackets also competed in the 5A Region II Preview at RGAC. The girls finished at the top. Then the Lady Jackets competed in the JJ Pearce Joe Munger Memorial Golf Tournament at Canyon Creek Country Club.  Your Lady Jacket golf team finished 1st
    •  RHS Cheerleader and Mascot Tryout clinics are March 5th through March 7th at Utley Middle School beginning at 4:30 PM, and tryouts are on Friday, March 9th. Sign ups take place this week.  If you are interested in trying out, you must sign up in the office and attend the mandatory parent meeting on February 21st at 7:00 in the annex. If you do not sign up on or before the 20th, you will not be allowed to tryout.
    • If you are applying for NHS the deadline is today, so make sure you turn in the application by today at four.

     Remember that we have a 4 day weekend so there’s no school tomorrow or Monday. Enjoy the break!

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Wednesday, February 14, 2018

    • Debi Thomas was the first African-American to win a medal at the Winter Olympic Games. She won bronze for figure skating in 1988.
    • UIL Math, Calculator, and Number Sense meets in room 2303 today after school.
    • Fashion Clubs newest trend is hoop earrings! If anyone in the club sees you wearing hoop earrings, you will be given a ticket which you’ll need to bring to a meeting to be put in a raffle. Come and join the fashionistas!
    • Free Rice Club meets tomorrow before school at 8. Bring volunteer hour slips to get your hours.
    • Do you like to help others? Do you like to have a good time in PE class?  Then Partner PE class is the place for you. Partner PE helps students with disabilities during their PE class. You need to have a good attitude, be encouraging, upbeat and positive! If you’re interested in applying for the Partner PE program next year, you will need to go by the counselors office and pick up an application.  Applications are due no later than Friday, April 6th. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Fulkerson or Coach Tyson.
    • Saturday, the Stinger is hosting the first annual Snowball at the Hella Shrine ballroom in Garland. The dance is from 8 to 11. Absolutely no entry will be granted after 9:30 so make sure you’re there on time. All attendees must bring their ticket and ID. No one will be permitted without an ID.
    • Saturday, the 24th, the Orange Wave Band Boosters is holding their 5th Annual Gala and Silent Auction at the RHS Cafeteria. The gala runs from 7-10pm with doors opening at 6:30. It will be an evening of music, dinner, dancing, door prizes, and a silent auction for everyone to enjoy. Tickets are $30/person or $200 for a table of 8. But hurry because tickets go up to $35/person after February 17th.
    • We don’t have school this Friday or next Monday for Presidents day, but if you’re here at home, you can follow the Lady Jackets basketball team to their second round of playoffs games.
    • Lady Jackets basketball played the woodlands last night for their first playoff game this season and ended with a 48-27 victory. Their next game will be this friday against Rowlett high school. Make sure to wish them luck ahead of their next big game!
    • Last night the Boy’s basketball team won a crazy game against cross town rival rockwall heath 84-81 to celebrate senior night! The boys will now prepare for the playoffs. Make sure to congratulate all our basketball players for a great night!
    • Boys soccer hosted Tyler Lee last night. JV changed their district record to 2-2-1. And the Raiders paid the varsity boys a visit last night 0-0 and we lost 5-4 in the subsequent pk Shootout
    • JV Girls soccer came away with a 1-0 victory over the Lady Raiders. The varsity Lady Jackets took the field second and came away with a 2-1 win. Way to go ladies!
    • RHS Cheerleader and Mascot Tryout clinics are March 5th through March 7th at Utley Middle School beginning at 4:30 PM, and tryouts are on Friday, March 9th. Sign ups take place this week. If you are interested in trying out, you must sign up in the office and attend the mandatory parent meeting on February 21st at 7:00 in the annex. If you do not sign up on or before the 20th, you will not be allowed to tryout.

     

    If you are applying for NHS the deadline is tomorrow. Although, the printed deadline states, February 16th, this is incorrect since Friday is a holiday.

     

    • As an update for those keeping track of the olympics, the United States has a total of seven medals thanks to Shaun White. Norway and the Netherlands now tie for second with eleven medals each, Canada has ten, and Germany has taken a twelfth medal.

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Tuesday, February 13, 2018

    • Elston Gene Howard, a Black baseball catcher, signed a contract with the NY Yankees for $70,000 in 1929. It was the largest contract in history (at the time) in baseball history. 
    • UIL Math, Calculator, and Number Sense meets in room 2303 today after school.
    • Fashion Clubs newest trend is hoop earrings! If anyone in the club sees you wearing hoop earrings, you will be given a ticket which you’ll need to bring to a meeting to be put in a raffle. Come and join the fashionistas!
    • Free Rice Club will meet this Thursday before school at 8. Bring volunteer hour slips to get your hours.
    • Recently the RHS culinary team competed at the Texas Regional ProStart competition at the University of Houston. They had 60 minutes and two portable burners to complete 2 three-course meals. They were judged on teamwork, knife skills, organization, food safety and sanitation, food appearance, and food taste. Not only did this amazingly talented group take 1st place, they also earned the first ever perfect score in the competition's history for their entree! Congratulations to our culinary team!
    • Valentine’s day is tomorrow, Loft 901 here at Rockwall will sell chocolate covered strawberries, pastries, breakfast burritos, and lattes. All of these would make great treats for Valentine’s day.
    • Saturday, the 24th, the Orange Wave Band Boosters is holding their 5th Annual Gala and Silent Auction at the RHS Cafeteria. The gala runs from 7-10pm with doors opening at 6:30. It will be an evening of music, dinner, dancing, door prizes, and a silent auction for everyone to enjoy. Tickets are $30/person or $200 for a table of 8. But hurry because tickets go up to $35/person after February 17th.
    • Orange Wave Band’s annual winter concert is tonight. All three concert bands will perform portions of their UIL programs. The students of all three ensembles are making great music! The concert starts at 7 pm and should be over around 8 pm.
    • Speaking of the Orange Wave, our band has been busy lately, starting with a fantastic TMEA preview concert. The Winterguard also had a contest at Sachse High School and took first place. 35 Orange Wave Band members competed at a UIL solo and ensemble contest. Thirteen soloists and twenty one ensemble members qualified for the Texas State Solo & Ensemble Contest where they will get a chance to perform at UT Austin in May! Congratulations to all!
    • The Stingerette Officers competed this past weekend at Crowd Pleasers Regional Competition where they were awarded the following trophies: Super Sweepstakes and best in class in every category along with overall Grand Champion officers. Several soloists placed, including two 1st place winners in the Senior and Junior solo categories. Congratulations to all of the girls who competed, and good luck with the rest of the season.
    • Saturday, the Stinger is hosting the first annual Snowball at the Hella Shrine ballroom in Garland. The dance is from 8 to 11. Absolutely no entry will be granted after 9:30 so make sure you’re there on time. All attendees must bring their ticket and ID. No one will be permitted without an ID.
    • The Lady Jackets basketball first playoff game is tonight night at Palestine High School starting at 6pm against The Woodlands.
    • Boy’s basketball plays cross town rival, Rockwall-Heath for senior night. It’s sure to be a very entertaining game so make sure to come wear orange and be loud! Freshman and JV play at 5:30 and Varsity plays at 7.
    • RHS Cheerleader and Mascot Tryout clinics are March 5th through March 7th at Utley Middle School beginning at 4:30 PM, and tryouts are on Friday, March 9th. Sign ups take place this week. If you are interested in trying out, you must sign up in the office and attend the mandatory parent meeting on February 21st at 7:00 in the annex. If you do not sign up on or before the 20th, you will not be allowed to tryout.
    • If you are applying for NHS the deadline is this Thursday, February 15th. Although, the printed deadline states, February 16th, this is incorrect since Friday is a holiday.

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Monday, February 12, 2018

    • Today’s fact is: The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was passed on February 10th, 1964. It made it illegal for state or local governments or public facilities to deny access to anyone because of ethnic origin or race. It also made segregation in schools illegal and subject to lawsuits.
    • UIL Math, Calculator, and Number Sense meets in room 2303 tomorrow after school.
    • Juniors and Seniors the makeup order date for your graduation orders and class ring is right around the corner! Jostens will be here during all lunches tomorrow to place your orders.
    • Fashion Clubs newest trend is hoop earrings! If anyone in the club sees you wearing hoop earrings, you will be given a ticket which you’ll need to bring to a meeting to be put in a raffle. Come and join the fashionistas!
    • Free Rice Club will meet this Thursday after school. Bring volunteer hour slips to get your hours.
    • Please congratulate the students qualifying for the US CyberPatriot National Semifinals. They will now complete for one of only 12 spots in the National Championship held in Washington D.C tomorrow. Congratulations and good luck to all participants.
    • BPA members advancing to State need to see Mayo in 2404 ASAP.  You need to pick up your travel folders for State.
    • Local Scholarships are now available for all seniors. There is a link on the RHS website to fill out the application. The deadline to submit your application is Friday, March 9, at 4. No applications will be accepted after the deadline.  Please read the scholarship criteria carefully – some scholarships require an additional application to be completed and some require you to include documentation.  make sure you meet individual scholarship requirements before applying. 
    • Saturday, the 24th, the Orange Wave Band Boosters is holding their 5th Annual Gala and Silent Auction at the RHS Cafeteria. The gala runs from 7-10pm with doors opening at 6:30. It will be an evening of music, dinner, dancing, door prizes, and a silent auction for everyone to enjoy. Tickets are $30/person or $200 for a table of 8. But hurry because tickets go up to $35/person after February 17th.
    • Do you have questions for Gober? There’s a new segment in the works. Stay tuned for more information on this fun new way to ask Dr. Gober your pressing questions.
    • Now it’s time for the entertainment fact of the day.On this day in 1964, the Beatles performed their first show in New York City at Carnegie Hall.
    • This Saturday is the first ever winter formal, the Stinger Snowball. Remember to Tweet using #stingersnowball to request songs for the DJ setlist.
    • The Lady Jackets take the 1st seed over Horn 51-47. Their first playoff game is tomorrow night at Palestine High School starting at 6pm against The Woodlands.
    • Boy’s basketball traveled out to John Tyler Friday night.  The Freshmen B lost 54-31, but the A team made a furious comeback and won 59-57.  The JV won 67-61, and the Varsity kept their second place spot in district winning 77-55.  They are 9-4 in district with one final district game Tuesday night at Home against Heath. The boys play against Heath tomorrow night at home as they celebrate senior night.
    • Our Men's Gymnastics team competed last night at the Highland Park Invitational. There were 86 guys competing there representing 8 schools.  Our team finished in 2nd place behind defending state champion Saginaw. Congratulations to our guys!
    • The Yellowjacket boys wrestling team recently battled to defend their 7-6A District title. The lady Jacket wrestling team made school history in bringing home their first tournament trophy tying for second place. Our boys JV team brought home the championship also.
    • RHS Cheerleader and Mascot Tryout clinics are March 5th through March 7th at Utley Middle School beginning at 4:30 PM, and tryouts are on Friday, March 9th. There will also be a parent meeting on Wednesday, February 21 at 7 PM in the Cafeteria Annex to go over the tryout procedures.  Tryout packets will be in the front office starting next week.
    • If you are applying for NHS the deadline is this Thursday, February 15th. Although, the printed deadline states, February 16th, this is incorrect since Friday is a holiday.  

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Thursday, February 8, 2018

    •  Today’s fact is: In 1940, Hattie McDaniel was the first African-American performer to win an Academy Award for her portrayal of a loyal slave governess in Gone With the Wind.
    • UIL Math, Calculator, and Number Sense meets in room 2303 Tuesdays after school.
    • Juniors and Seniors the makeup order date for your graduation orders and class ring is right around the corner! Jostens will be here during all lunches next Tuesday to place your orders.
    • Fashion Clubs newest trend is hoop earrings! If anyone in the club sees you wearing hoop earrings, you will be given a ticket which you’ll need to bring to a meeting to be put in a raffle. Come and join the fashionistas!
    • FCA meets tomorrow at 8:15am in the cafeteria annex.  Ryan Figert will lead the meeting. Free donuts are provided.
    • Please congratulate the students qualifying for the US CyberPatriot National Semifinals. They will now complete for one of only 12 spots in the National Championship held in Washington D.C tomorrow. Congratulations and good luck to all participants.
    • BPA members advancing to State need to see Mayo in 2404 ASAP.  You need to pick up your travel folders for State.
    • Local Scholarships are now available for all seniors. There is a link on the RHS website to fill out the application. The deadline to submit your application is Friday, March 9, at 4. No applications will be accepted after the deadline. Please read the scholarship criteria carefully – some scholarships require an additional application to be completed and some require you to include documentation.  make sure you meet individual scholarship requirements before applying. 
    • This Valentine’s Day, let the library set you up with a blind date with a book. Complete the rate your date form by tomorrow in order to receive a gift this Valentine’s day.
    • On Saturday, February 24th, the Orange Wave Band Boosters is holding their 5th Annual Gala and Silent Auction at the RHS Cafeteria. The gala runs from 7-10pm with doors opening at 6:30. It will be an evening of music, dinner, dancing, door prizes, and a silent auction for everyone to enjoy. Tickets are $30/person or $200 for a table of 8. But hurry because tickets go up to $35/person after February 17th.
    • Congrats to the RHS Choir solo contest participants! There were 29 division 1 ratings with 19 qualifying for State. Great job Jacket choir!
    • Tomorrow night the opening ceremony for the Winter Olympics will commence in South Korea. If you want to watch the opening ceremony live, it live streams at 7 a.m. local time tomorrow morning.
    • We’re two weeks away from the first ever winter formal, the Stinger Snowball. Remember to Tweet using #stingersnowball to request songs for the DJ setlist.
    • The boys Soccer team will travel to Berry MS to play Horn this saturday. Make sure you wish them luck as they look for another win!
    • The girls soccer team will look for district win #2 to get back to .500 on tomorrow night at home. Come out, grab some hot cocoa, and show some Jacket love for the ladies.
    • Our Lady Jackets are 11-6A District Champions! The lady jackets have worked incredibly hard all season and it’s paid off! Tomorrow night the Lady Jackets play Mesquite Horn at North Forney High School to decide who will take first seed in the playoff game.
    • Tomorrow, the boys basketball team travels to play against Tyler high school. The Freshman and JV play at 5:30 and varsity plays at 7. This is an important game as the boys will continue to battle for the top spot in district so be sure to wish them luck ahead of tomorrow night's game!
    • Our Men's Gymnastics team is competing today at the Highland Park Invitational. Good luck to our guys!
    • RHS Cheerleader and Mascot Tryout clinics are March 5th through March 7th at Utley Middle School beginning at 4:30 PM, and tryouts are on Friday, March 9th. There will also be a parent meeting on Wednesday, February 21 at 7 PM in the Cafeteria Annex to go over the tryout procedures.  Tryout packets will be in the front office starting next week!
    • College signing day for the senior class had a great turnout this year. Please check the scrolling to see the complete list of names of students who signed to colleges. And congratulations to all of our yellowjackets.

     

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Tuesday, February 6, 2018

    • UIL Math, Calculator, and Number Sense meets in room 2303 today after school.
    • For all mankind meets tomorrow after school in room 2507 join for volunteer opportunities.
    • Fashion Clubs newest trend is hoop earrings! If anyone in the club sees you wearing hoop earrings, you will be given a ticket which you’ll need to bring to a meeting to be put in a raffle. Come today after school so you can get more information, and join the Fashionistas!
    • Wish our Policy Debate teams good luck as they will be traveling to Mesquite to compete at the 11-6A District Meet this Wednesday, February 7.
    • FCA meets this Friday at 8:15am in the cafeteria annex.  Ryan Figert will lead the meeting. Free donuts will be provided.
    • Please congratulate the students qualifying for the US CyberPatriot National Semifinals. They will now complete for one of only 12 spots in the National Championship held in Washington D.C this Friday. Congratulations and good luck to our CyberPatriots.
    • Model United Nations tomorrow in Mr.Uerkerts room after school join to become a global leader.
    • Local Scholarships are now available for all seniors.There is a link on the RHS website to fill out the application. The deadline to submit your application is Friday, March 9, at 4. No applications will be accepted after the deadline. Please read the scholarship criteria carefully – some scholarships require an additional application to be completed and some require you to include documentation.  make sure you meet individual scholarship requirements before applying. 
    • This Valentine’s Day, let the library set you up with a blind date with a book. On the display in the library, books are completely covered and have a description blurb on them. Complete the rate your date form by Friday in order to receive a gift. For more information, see Mrs. Young in the library.
    • Thanks to everyone who donated to the PTA prom closet this year. Remember Spellbound will also collect donations of gently used prom dresses through mid-April.
    • On Saturday, February 24th, the Orange Wave Band Boosters is holding their 5th Annual Gala and Silent Auction at the RHS Cafeteria. The gala runs from 7-10pm with doors opening at 6:30. It will be an evening of music, dinner, dancing, door prizes, and a silent auction for everyone to enjoy. Tickets are $30/person or $200 for a table of 8. But hurry because tickets go up to $35/person after February 17th.
    • Please congratulate all of the RHS Piano students who ranked superior and several who are now eligible for the State UIL Contest. You can find the complete list of names on the scrolling.
    • On February 9, 2018 the opening ceremony for the Winter Olympics will commence in South Korea. Shaun White will return to the olympics for another chance at a gold medal. There are also a few Texans participating as well. Such as bobsledder, Justin Olsen, a Lubbock native.
    • We’re two weeks away from the first ever winter formal, the Stinger Snowball. Remember to Tweet using #stingersnowball to request songs for the DJ setlist.
    • Today, the boys soccer team will play a tough game against Longview. Make sure you dress warm and come out and support our boys!
    • And the Lady Jackets Soccer team will hit the road again today as they make the long drive to Longview make sure to wish them luck on their journey!
    • And at home the Lady Jackets basketball takes on North Mesquite for senior night.  Freshman and JV will play at 5 and varsity will play at 6:30. Be sure to wish all the girls luck especially our seniors!
    • Speaking of the Lady Jackets, today is the last day to buy your playoff game shirt.  You can bring money by room 2311, or take it to Mrs. Goellner’s office.
    • And today boys basketball plays at North Mesquite. Come out and support these guys as they continue to battle for the top position in district play.
    • RHS Cheerleader and Mascot Tryout clinics are March 5th through March 7th at Utley Middle School beginning at 4:30 PM, and tryouts are on Friday, March 9th. There will also be a parent meeting on Wednesday, February 21 at 7 PM in the Cafeteria Annex to go over the tryout procedures.  Tryout packets will be in the front office starting next week!

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Monday, February 5, 2018

    • As a part of Black History Month, we will have facts throughout the week regarding black history. Today’s fact is: Thurgood Marshall was the first African American ever appointed to the United States Supreme Court. He was appointed by President Lyndon B. Johnson, and served on the Supreme Court from 1967 to 1991.
    • We will have facts related to Black History month for the remainder of February, so stay tuned. Now it’s time to see the latest news in Clubs and organizations.
    • UIL Math, Calculator, and Number Sense meets in room 2303 tomorrow after school.
    • For all mankind meets every Wednesday after school in room 2507 join for volunteer opportunities.
    • Everyone looked amazing in their pastels last week. Stay tuned this week to find out fashion clubs next trend of the week for a chance to win that raffle.
    • Model United Nations meets Wednesday in Mr.Uerkerts room after school join to become a global leader.
    • Local Scholarships are now available for all seniors.There is a link on the RHS website to fill out the application. The deadline to submit your application is Friday, March 9, at 4. No applications will be accepted after the deadline. Please read the scholarship criteria carefully – some scholarships require an additional application to be completed and some require you to include documentation.  make sure you meet individual scholarship requirements before applying.   
    • This Valentine’s Day, let the library set you up with a blind date with a book. On the display in the library, books are completely covered and have a description blurb on them. Complete the rate your date form by Friday in order to receive a gift. For more information, see Mrs. Young in the library.
    • Thanks to everyone who donated to the PTA prom closet this year. Remember Spellbound will also collect donations of gently used prom dresses through mid-April.
    • RHS Spotlight Productions will be performing the one-act play, “DNA” for UIL competition. This story is about a murder mystery in Manchester. They are working super hard on this and you do not want to miss it. Stay tuned for more information regarding dates and times.
    • Friday boy’s soccer traveled across town to play the Hawks. JV  Started off strong and held on for a win 2-1. Varsity was locked in a tug of war with the Hawks until Heath tied the game up mid way through the second half. The Jackets go 2-0 in district with a tough Longview team coming to town tomorrow.
    • And the Lady Jackets Soccer played hard but came up short in the end. The girls finished the night down 1-2, but the girls played with Jacket Pride! JV dominated the JV Hawks and won 1-0! The ladies hit the road again tomorrow as they head to Longview! 
    •  Friday your Lady Jackets basketball traveled to Mesquite and defeated them 48-30. They’re now 11-2 in district. JV was defeated 31-34, and Freshman lost 13-27.

    Tomorrow is Senior night and the last game of district against North Mesquite at 5 and 6:30. Come support the girls tomorrow night!

    • Friday night the Mesquite Skeeters battled our boy’s basketball.  The Freshman B team lost 40-18, and the A team won from behind 55-51.  The JV lost in overtime 47-46, and the Varsity moved to 8-3 in district play with a 73-65 win. This win moves your Yellowjackets into second place in district with three district games remaining. Tomorrow they play at North Mesquite. Come out and support these guys as they continue to battle for position in district play.
    • Finally, last Thursday our girls gymnastics team competed in the first annual “Beauty and the Beast” meet against Highland Park.  The girls dominated the meet and improved their team score to 109.85!  The girls gymnastics team is 7-0 for the season! And that’s all I have in sports today Yellowjackets!
    • I want to make sure all of you who drive are aware of what to do in the event that you have an auto accident:State Law requires that you exchange insurance and driver information.  What I recommend is to take a photo with your cell phone of the license plate of the the other vehicle, the other driver's insurance card and the other driver's driver license.  If no one is injured and the vehicles can be moved safely then move them out of the street and into a parking lot where you can safely exchange information.  If there are injuries involved and or the vehicles are disabled call 911 so First Responders can assist. 
    • Also I have been made aware that some students are parking in marked Handicapped Parking spots.  I want to warn you against doing this.  This is the most expensive ticket that can be written in the city of Rockwall.  The fine for parking in a Handicapped parking space with no placard or Handicap plates is a $551.00 fine so please park in appropriate parking spaces.  

     


     ANNOUNCEMENTS: Friday, February 2, 2018

    • As a part of Black History Month, we will have facts throughout the week regarding black history. Today’s fact is: Jack Johnson became the first African-American man to hold the World Heavyweight Champion boxing title in 1908. He held on to the belt until 1915.
    • We will have facts related to Black History month for the remainder of February, so stay tuned. 
    • If you’re interested in acting, we here at Jacket TV are shooting an upcoming movie and looking for actors. Everyone is welcome to audition today after school in room 2404. We’re looking for a male and female lead, as well as a cast of characters to take part in a new twist on romance.
    • UIL Math, Calculator, and Number Sense meets in room 2303 Tuesdays after school.
    • For all mankind meets every Wednesday after school in room 2507 join for volunteer opportunities.
    • Everyone has looked amazing in their pastels this past week. Stay tuned next week to find out Fashion Clubs next trend of the week for a chance to win that raffle.
    • The last chance to purchase your 2018 yearbook is tomorrow at midnight. To pay by cash or check you can drop your payment off at the front office with a form. To pay by credit card go to jostensyearbooks.com, be advised the website will close sales at midnight. Books are $75. If you have any questions or want to check if you have purchased a book already, please email Mrs. Applegate at jessica.applegate@rockwallisd.org.
    • This Valentine’s Day, let the library set you up with a blind date with a book. On the display in the library, books are completely covered and have a description blurb on them. Complete the rate your date form by February 10th in order to receive a gift. For more information, see Mrs. Young in the library.
    • The PTA will collect gently used prom dresses in the cafeteria before school through tomorrow. Spellbound is offering a $20 voucher toward the purchase of a prom dress in exchange for a pre-owned prom dress donation. Spellbound will also collect donations through mid-April.
    • Spotlight Productions will perform the play, “DNA” for their UIL One-Act play competition. This is a show you do not want to miss. Stay tuned for more information.
    • Don’t forget to pick up your real ticket to the Stinger Snowball in the cafeteria. The first ever winter formal is just a few weeks away. And Tweet using #stingersnowball to request songs for the DJ setlist.
    • Yesterday boys and girls tennis competed in the Frozen Ball tournament all over Rockwall. With 16 teams playing in the tournament your Yellowjackets had a successful day! Several of the JV doubles teams placed, so congratulation to our winners.
    • Tonight the Lady jacket basketball travels to mesquite high school. The JV and freshman play at 5 and varsity plays at 6:30. It’s sure to be an entertaining game so make sure to wish them luck ahead of their game!
    • Also tonight, the boys play at Home against mesquite high school to see who will rank second in district. The Freshman and JV play at 5:30 and varsity plays at 7. The team needs the student swarm to fill the seats and bring the roar. Wear orange and be loud to show your support. 
    • Finally, Super Bowl 52 is this weekend. The New England Patriots will look to get another Ring against the underdogs the Philadelphia Eagles. We at Jacket TV had a poll on Twitter to see who Rockwall wants to win and here are the results. Rockwall has chosen the Patriots to win the Super Bowl. We will find out Sunday if we chose right. 
    • Local Scholarships are now available for all seniors. There is a link on the RHS Website to fill out the application. The deadline to submit your application is Friday, March 9, at 4. No applications will be accepted after the deadline.  Please read the scholarship criteria carefully – some scholarships require an additional application to be completed and some require you to include documentation.  make sure you meet individual scholarship requirements before applying. 
    • Remember that today is the last day to buy your 2018 yearbook. After midnight tonight the website will close so make sure you purchase your yearbook today.  Books are $75. If you have any questions or want to check if you have purchased a book already, please email Mrs. Applegate at jessica.applegate@rockwallisd.org

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Wednesday, January 31, 2018

    • If you’re interested in acting, we here at Jacket TV are shooting an upcoming movie and looking for actors. Everyone is welcome to audition this Friday after school in room 2404. We’re looking for a male and female lead as well as a cast of characters to take part in a new twist on romance. 
    • Fashion club is on the lookout for pastel colored clothing. Anyone wearing pastel is eligible for the raffle at the Fashion Clubs meeting after school today at 4.
    • UIL Math, Calculator, and Number Sense meets in room 2303, Tuesdays after school.
    • FCA meets this Friday in the cafeteria annex starting at 7:45am. Ginger Stephenson will lead the meeting and donuts will be provided.
    • If you need service hours, join Interact club. They meet today to kick off the spring semester.
    • There’s a mandatory BPA meeting tomorrow at 3:45 in room 2404. If you have advanced to state you will need to attend this meeting.
    • There will be a fishing club meeting tomorrow morning at 8 in Coach Marshall's room. Please come if you enjoy fishing or are interested in fishing in high school bass tournaments.
    • Free Rice Club meeting this Friday in room 2616 at 8AM. Bring volunteer hours if you want them signed.
    • The last chance to purchase your 2018 yearbook is this Friday, at midnight. To pay by cash or check you can drop your payment off at the front office with a form. To pay by credit card go to jostensyearbooks.com, be advised the website will close sales at midnight. Books are $75. If you have any questions or want to check if you have purchased a book already, please email Mrs. Applegate at jessica.applegate@rockwallisd.org.
    • This Valentine’s Day, let the library set you up with a blind date with a book. On the display in the library, books are completely covered and have a description blurb on them. Complete the rate your date form by February 10th in order to receive a gift. For more information, see Mrs. Young in the library.
    • The PTA will collect gently used prom dresses in the cafeteria before school through this Friday. Spellbound is offering a $20 voucher toward the purchase of a prom dress in exchange for a pre-owned prom dress donation. Spellbound will also collect donations through mid-April.
    • Spotlight Productions will perform the play, “DNA” for their UIL One-Act play competition. This is a show you do not want to miss.
    • Don’t forget to pick up your real ticket to the Stinger Snowball in the cafeteria. The first ever winter formal is just a few weeks away. And Tweet using #stingersnowball to request songs for the DJ setlist.
    • Lady Jackets traveled to Tyler Lee to take on the Lady Raiders. With the game coming down to the final seconds, your Lady Jackets lost a heartbreaking game 37-38. The team is now 10-2 in district.  JV won 32-26 and Freshman lost 29-32. Friday, the Lady Jackets will be traveling to Mesquite. We will play at 5 and 6:30. Come out and support your Lady Jackets.
    • Tuesday night Tyler Lee came to town to challenge your Yellowjackets.  The Freshman B team took a tough 55-27 loss, and the A team struggled with a 51-47 loss.  The JV team picked it up and won 57-35, and the Varsity moved to 7-3 in district play winning 57-35.  Samuell Williamson led the way with 21 points and Jacob Clark added 10 more.  Your Yellowjackets play a tough Mesquite team at home on Friday. We look forward to your support and energy as we rock the gym Friday night.
    • Recently the girl’s soccer traveled to Tyler to open district play! The JV opened the night with a 3-0 victory, and the varsity closed out the night with a 4-0 win! The ladies take on cross town rival Heath HS on Friday at the stadium!
    • And the boys soccer hosted John Tyler at Kyle Field.  JV, despite having some good periods of possession, couldn’t find the back of the goal. Varsity held on to win the slug fest 3-2. If you’re interested in Soccer spirit wear, then please follow the link to the online store.

    https://shop.allsportsetc.com/rockwall-soccer/

    • Super Bowl 52 is this weekend. The New England Patriots will look to get another Ring against the underdogs the Philadelphia Eagles. We at Jacket TV are having a poll on Twitter to see who Rockwall wants to win so be sure to vote on the Jacket TV Twitter page. Results will revealed on Friday! That’s all we have for your sports news today yellowjackets!
    • Students, please find your yearbook portrait on the glass wall of the cafeteria. Check to make sure your name is spelled correctly and you are in the correct grade level. If you have two photos or need to make corrections please go to room 1401 during B or C lunch. The last day to do so is this Friday.  

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Tuesday, January 30, 2018

     

    •  Don’t forget to pick up your real ticket to the Stinger Snowball in the cafeteria. The first ever winter formal is just a few weeks away. And Tweet using #stingersnowball to request songs for the DJ setlist.
    • Fashion club is on the lookout for pastel colored clothing. Anyone wearing pastel is eligible for the raffle at the Fashion Clubs meeting after school tomorrow at 4.
    • UIL Math, Calculator, and Number Sense meets in room 2303 today after school.
    • FCA meets this Friday in the cafeteria annex starting at 7:45am.  Ginger Stephenson will be leading the meeting and donuts will be provided.
    • If you need service hours, join Interact club. They meet tomorrow to kick off the spring semester.
    • There’s a mandatory BPA meeting Thursday 3:45 in room 2404. If you have advanced to state you will need to attend this meeting.
    • Do you have strong opinions about sports, entertainment, or all the crazy things going on in the world? Do you often find yourself with something to say but no one to listen? The Stinger online newspaper is looking for sports, entertainment, and news reporters to join the team next year. It’s time to start scheduling classes for the fall, so if this sounds like something that interests you, please see Mrs. Hinton in room 2514.
    • Lastly, the Gay Straight Alliance meets today after school in Mrs. White’s room, 2617.
    • The last chance to purchase your 2018 yearbook is this Friday, at midnight. To pay by cash or check you can drop your payment off at the front office with a form. To pay by credit card go to jostensyearbooks.com, be advised the website will close sales at midnight. Books are $75. If you have any questions or want to check if you have purchased a book already, please email Mrs. Applegate at jessica.applegate@rockwallisd.org.
    • This Valentine’s Day, let the library set you up with a blind date with a book. On the display in the library, books are completely covered and have a description blurb on them. Complete the rate your date form by February 10th in order to receive a gift. For more information, see Mrs. Young in the library.
    • The PTA will collect gently used prom dresses in the cafeteria before school through this Friday. Spellbound is offering a $20 voucher toward the purchase of a prom dress in exchange for a pre-owned prom dress donation. Spellbound will also collect donations through mid-April.
    • Spotlight Productions will perform the play, “DNA” for their UIL One-Act play competition. This is a show you do not want to miss.
    • If you’re interested in acting, we here at Jacket TV are shooting an upcoming movie and looking for actors. Everyone is welcome to audition this Friday after school in room 2404. We’re looking for a male and female lead as well as a cast of characters to take part in a new twist on romance.
    • The girls basketball team will travel to take on Tyler Lee. Freshman and JV will play at 5 with varsity playing at 6:30. Make sure to wish our ladies luck!
    • Tonight the boys basketball team will play a Home district game against Tyler Lee. Freshman and JV will play at 5:30 and varsity will play at 7:00 make sure to come, wear orange, and be loud!
    • Students, please find your yearbook portrait on the glass wall of the cafeteria. Check to make sure your name is spelled correctly and you are in the correct grade level. If you have two photos or need to make corrections please go to room 1401 during B or C lunch. The last day to do so is Friday.

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Wednesday, January 10, 2018

    • Are you ready for Ready Player One?  Kick-off for RHS' One School, One Book has officially begun. Check out a copy at the RHS library, or purchase a copy at Roma's Books. For more news and updates on games and activities, follow the hashtag on Twitter at #rockwallreads1
    • Fashion club is looking for their latest trend. Don’t forget to wear a turtleneck to receive a raffle ticket from fashion club members before their next meeting in order to be drawn for their raffle.
    • Model United Nations meets Tuesdays in Mr. Uerkerts room.
    • UIL Math, Calculator, and Number Sense will meet in room 2303 Tuesdays after school.
    • All Mankind meets every Tuesday after school to discuss volunteer opportunities.
    • BPA meets tomorrow after school in Mrs. Mayo’s room, 2404.
    • Rockwall is proud to host the 2018 Prom Fashion Show for all students, friends and family. The event fundraises for the new RHS prom closet, Jacket Runway. The Fashion Show is tomorrow at 7pm in the RHS Theater. Tickets are sold this week during all lunches. Admission is only $5. Come and get some great ideas on Prom attire for both guys and girls.
    • The RHS Library is doing a special activity for Valentine's Day called Blind Date with a Book. On the display in the library, books are completely covered and have a description blurb on them. Complete the rate your date form by Valentine’s Day in order to receive a gift. For more information, see Mrs. Young in the library.
    • Theatre’s production of Oklahoma opens January 19th at 7:00 pm in the PAC. There are two additional showings on January 20th at 2pm and 7pm.
    • The Lady Jackets Basketball swatted the visiting Mesquite Skeeters 47-23 leaving the team 6-0 in district. JV won 34-17, and Freshman won 30-20. Friday will wrap up our first round of district play at North Mesquite at 5 and 6:30. Come and support our Lady Jackets!
    • Boy’s basketball traveled to Mesquite High School on Tuesday night to battle the Skeeters.  The Freshman B team lost 41-21, and the A team got revenge with a 45-32 win.  The JV team also got a win 56-50, and the Varsity dropped a hard fought game 63-60. The boys are 2-2 in district with North Mesquite coming to town Friday night. Get the word out that we need a huge home crowd.
    • Soccer travelled to Wildcat-Ram Stadium last night for a double header against Lake Highlands.  JV won 1-0 but Varsity dropped the game 0-1.
    • If you are hungry tonight, come on out to Cane’s and mention you are supporting RHS Wrestling. The money we made goes to one of our own families who have piled up some hospital bills. Please come out and support one of our families.
    • Interested in trying out for the men’s Volleyball team? Come to coach Ferguson’s room 2511 Wednesday January 17th at 4 for an informational meeting.

     

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Tuesday, January 9, 2018

    •  Are you ready for Ready Player One?  Kick-off for RHS' One School, One Book has officially begun. Check out a copy at the RHS library or purchase a copy at Roma's Books. For more news and updates on games and activities, follow the hashtag on Twitter at #rockwallreads1
    • Fashion club is looking for their latest trend. Don’t forget to wear a turtleneck to receive a raffle ticket from fashion club members before their next meeting in order to be drawn for their raffle.
    • Model United Nations meets every Wednesday in Mr.Uerkerts room #2602.
    • UIL Math, Calculator, and Number Sense will meet in room 2303 today after school.
    • For All Mankind meets today after school to discuss volunteer opportunities.
    • BPA meets this Thursday after school in Mrs. Mayo’s room.
    • RHS PTA presents a Spellbound Prom Fashion Show this Thursday at 7pm in the RHS Theater. Tickets are sold this week during all lunches. Admission is only $5. Come and get some great ideas on Prom attire for both guys and girls.
    • The RHS Library is doing a special activity for Valentine's Day called Blind Date with a Book. On the display in the library, books are completely covered and have a description blurb on them. Complete the rate your date form by Valentine’s Day in order to receive a gift. For more information, see Mrs. Young in the library.
    • Theatre’s production of Oklahoma opens January 19th at 7:00 pm in the PAC. There are two additional showings on January 20th at 2pm and 7pm.
    • Boys Basketball traveled Friday to East Texas to battle Tyler Lee.  The Freshmen teams struggled with the B team losing 60-35 and the A losing 52-48.  The JV won 58-51 and the Varsity also won 70-56, making them 2-1 in district play. The Yellowjackets continue next week on Tuesday at Mesquite High School and are home next Friday against North Mesquite.
    • Soccer wrapped up a very busy three day tournament today. Varsity finished up the Jack Rabbit Tournament with a 2-1 victory over Forney. The boys finished the Tournament with 3 wins, 1 loss and 1 tie. JV competed in the 287 varsity tournament and came away with a win and two losses against very tough varsity competition. Overall, it was a great start to the season.
    • Boy’s wrestling recently competed in the CyFair Invitational and came away with the championship. Carson Lipsey and Steven Flowers went over the 100th career win mark. Jackie Mote won her weight class for the girls and Mia Arceneaux finished 5th.

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Friday, January 5, 2018

    • Are you ready for Ready Player One?  Kick-off for RHS' One School, One Book event officially begins in 3 days.  Hopefully, you have your own copy; if not, don't worry.  You're not too late.  Check one out at the RHS library or purchase a copy for $7 at Roma's Books. For more news and updates on games and activities, follow the hashtag on Twitter at #rockwallreads1
    • To kick off the new year, Science Club meets Monday after school in Mrs. Gilliands room 3513.
    • The RHS PTA presents a Spellbound Prom Fashion Show on January 11th at 7pm in the RHS Theatre. Admission is only $5 for great advice on prom attire for both guys and girls.
    • Secondly the PTA has started a WORLD WEAR PROJECT. Instead of throwing away clothes, shoes, purses, and more...Bring them to the blue bin located in the teacher's parking lot. Donate clothes, shoes, purses, belts, backpacks, hats, caps, toys, stuffed animals, bedding, pots and pans, and help support RHS PTA.
    • Recently, the Lady Jackets competed against the Horn Lady Jags. Going into their district game both teams were 3-0. After a very exciting and well fought battle, the Lady Jackets defeated Horn 59-41. JV won 43-32. And Freshman lost 17-41. They play at home tomorrow against Tyler Lee at 5 and 6:30.

    Come Early! Be Loud! Wear Orange!

    •  The First Day of Track practice is after school on Tuesday, January 16, at 4:05. You must have a current athletic physical on file. There is also an important Parent Meeting next Thursday, January 11th, at 6:30 p.m. in the Cafeteria Annex.  If you have any questions, see Coach McCrary.
    • Lastly, there are too many parents dropping off students in the student parking lot.  We ask that parents only drop off and pick up on the front circle or the rear band lot.  We will no longer allow parent drop off in the student lot.

     Before we go, we would like to give a shout out to the best coach we know, and the man who has lead us to the playoffs year after year. Today is Coach Webb’s fiftieth birthday. Happy birthday coach! We hope you have a great year.

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Friday, December 8, 2017

    • The annual toy drive is over! Thanks to everyone who donated this year, and we hope to have the same outcome next year. Tune in next week to hear who won a meal from the culinary arts class.
    • Make a difference one person at a time. Join For All Mankind for their meeting next Tuesday after school in room 2507.
    • If you would like to participate in fashion club’s next raffle be sure to tune in next week. They will be back on set to talk about the latest trend.
    • Do you want to become a global leader? Join Mr. Uekurt and Mr. Baker for Model United Nations Wednesday’s after school.
    • We know how excited you are for break. Who isn't? But to get us through this last stretch leading into exams, next Thursday is schoolwide ugly christmas sweater day. To add to the fun, counselors will be handing out treats to the ugliest sweaters out there.
    • Piano students are preparing for recitals during the next several weeks. The Piano 1 In-class recitals kick off the performances next Wednesday, December 13th. Then, on Thursday Piano 2, 3, 4 perform at the RHS PAC  at  6:30 and 7:30.
    • If you are looking for something to do this weekend, there will be a Holiday Lights Parade on December 9th in downtown Royse City! Wear warm clothes because it will get down to 36 degrees tomorrow!
    • The Theatre Dept. is hosting an Improv show on Friday Dec. 15 RHS main at the stage at 7 PM. Anyone in a theatre class can sign up through Remind 101  to complete Google Form sign up by texting @fkc2fa to 81010. Tickets are $5.
    • On Saturday, December 16th, the RHS Theatre Department will hold a show titled, “The Christmas Truce.” This show will benefit the Rockwall Historic Foundation with a story centered around the soldiers of World War 1 on Christmas Eve, 1914. There will be two performances at 7 & 8 in the Mainstage Theater.
    • Now it’s time for the entertainment fact of the day. On this day in 1949, A film adaptation of the Broadway musical “On The Town” starring Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly, and Ann Miller first premiered.
    • In less than two weeks the Robotics Team will give away a 2017 Ford Mustang. There’s still time to get in on the action. Tickets are $25 each and can be purchased from the Robotics Team website.
    • Tonight the Lady jacket basketball teams will play a home game against Mansfield Timberview. Freshman and JV begin at 5:00 while the Varsity plays at 6:30. Be sure and come out to support our girls!
    • Next tuesday the boys basketball team will play an away game against Denton Guyer. The Freshman and JV will play at 6 and the varsity will play at 7:30. Make sure you travel and come cheer on your boys!
    • Last night the boys gymnastics team competed in a meet against birdview. Our boys demolished their opponent with score of 165.4. Zakary Hemphill did great scoring a 9.9 on the floor an Freshman Will Campbell won all around champion. Our boys will hope to keep winning as they look to the future of having a chance to win state! Good job boys!
    • Students please make sure you take a look at the exam schedule for this year. Also know that exams will not be given early.

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Friday, December 1, 2017

    • The annual Toy Drive ends next Thursday. The toys are collected during 3rd period and the winning class will receive a meal prepared by Culinary Arts.
    • Fashion club members will be handing out tickets to those who wear velvet. You will need to attend the next meeting which is next Wednesday afterschool.When you enter the raffle you have the chance to win a $50 Nordstrom giftcard. But you have to attend the meeting next Wednesday after school to be drawn. Who knows, you might be the lucky one to win!
    • Do you want to become a global leader? Join Mr. Uekurt and Mr. Baker for Model United Nations. Meetings have been moved to Wednesday’s after school.
    • Do you want to make a difference this holiday season? Reasonable Faith Club is collecting boxes of toothbrushes and toys to send to low income communities. See Mrs.Gilliland for more details on how to donate by december 8th.
    • Club picture day is next Wednesday, December 6th. Teachers, check your email for the time your club is assigned.
    • One School, One Book is a school-wide reading initiative that seeks to establish and foster a culture of reading in our school community. This means parents, teachers, administrators, and most importantly, you, the students. This year we will adopt one book to read together, but we need your help to choose a book. Go to the RHS website and vote for the book you would like to read. Polling ends tonight so don’t miss your chance to choose a book.
    • Mrs. Shelton is looking for a Costume coordinator and prop master for the upcoming musical, “Oklahoma!” If you would be able to assist please contact her at leigh.shelton@rockwallisd.org
    • If you are looking for something to do over the weekend, the City of Rockwall is holding the Christmas Tree Lighting in the square. It will take place this Saturday at 6PM. To kick it off, there is a holiday parade tomorrow morning, music, food trucks, and a snow tubing hill. Hope to see y’all there!
    • On Saturday, December 16th, the RHS Theatre Department will hold a show titled, “The Christmas Truce.” This show will benefit the Rockwall Historic Foundation with a story centered around the soldiers of World War 1 on Christmas Eve, 1914. There will be two performances:at 7 PM & 8PM in the Mainstage Theater.
    • The annual Winter Extravaganza will be December 7th at the Utley PAC. The Band, Orchestra, & Choir have prepared amazing pieces for us so you don’t want to miss it. The show will start at 7.
    • Your Lady Jackets competed in the first round of the 55th Annual Bob Stras Dallas Classic against Greenhill and won 50-34. They ranked 19th in the state, and are now 9-1 in the season.
    • Rockwall Boys varsity ended yesterday with a 70-64 win over Fort Bend Kempner.  Jackets will play Langham Creek tomorrow at 2:30.  Great team effort!! Sam Williamson led the Jackets in scoring with 30 pts while Alec Grandstaff followed with 19.
    • Remember to follow the link below to vote for our Yellowjackets: Jacob Clark, Jaxon Smith, Alston Orji, and Anfernee Orji, as part of the 2017 Subway Super Team Ballot brought to you by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football. Voting is only open until january 1st, so don’t miss your chance to vote Rockwall. 
    • You can sign up for the 2018 track season in the cafeteria from DEC. 5 to DEC. 7. If you are participating in another sport, please go ahead and sign up and get the necessary paperwork. If you have any questions, see Coach McCrary at anytime of the day.
    • Last night, our girls gymnastics team competed at the LD Bell Invitational against 10 other teams. The girls dominated the meet and improved their team score to 116.1!  This meet is one of  the toughest of our season. 
    • The JV2 Tennis team traveled to Arlington yesterday and ended the fall season on a great note. Give them a shout out if you have them in class Check Scrolling for more info.

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Wednesday, November 29, 2017

    • The annual Toy Drive ends next Thursday. The toys are collected during 3rd period and the winning class will receive a meal prepared by Culinary Arts.
    • Become a global leader! Join Model United Nations for their meeting tomorrow after school in room 2602.
    • Free Rice Club meets this Friday at 8:00 in room 2616.
    • BPA members stop by room 2404 tomorrow to pick up your club T-Shirts. You also need to sign up for your contest. See Mayo for more details.
    • Reasonable Faith Club is collecting boxes to send as holiday gifts to low income communities in the Rio Grande Valley. See Mrs.Gilliland for more details on how to donate. These are Due december 8th.
    • NHS hours are due at the meeting this Friday morning. Make sure all your hours are signed for and turned in Friday.
    • FCA meets Friday in the cafeteria annex led by Austin Shoe-make. That’s all for Clubs and Organizations. Have a great day.
    • One School, One Book is a school-wide reading initiative that seeks to establish and foster a culture of reading in our school community. This means parents, teachers, administrators, and most importantly, you, the students.
    • This year we will adopt one book to read together, but we need your help to choose a book. Go to the RHS website and vote for the book you would like to read. Polling ends Friday, December 1st.
    • The Stingerettes will kick off their Winter Season by debuting a new Holiday Show at the Utley PAC. The show is this Friday and doors open at 6:40. You can purchase a ticket for 5 dollars from any Stingerette.
    • Mrs. Shelton is looking for a Costume coordinator for the upcoming musical, “Oklahoma!” If you would be able to assist please contact her at leigh.shelton@rockwallisd.org
    • If you are looking for something to do over the holidays, Rockwall Community Playhouse will be performing Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” Tickets are $15 dollars for students.
    • On Saturday, December 16th, the RHS Theatre Department will hold a show titled, “The Christmas Truce.” This show will benefit the Rockwall Historic Foundation with a story centered around the soldiers of World War 1.  “The Christmas Truce” depicts the true encounter between the German and British forces on Christmas Eve, 1914 as we honor the centennial year of World War I. There are two performances: at 7 PM & 8 PMSaturday, December 16 at the RHS Main Stage Theater. It’s $20 for Adults, $5 for Students.
    • Recently a group of Rockwall students received Superior & Excellent overall ratings for their performances in monologue and duet scene categories, at the Texas Thespian Festival. Congratulations to all who participated and our very own National Qualifier, Carson Davis, for his excellence monologue scenes.
    • The Winter Extravaganza will be held in the Utley PAC on December 7th. The show will feature numerous performances from the Band, the Orchestra, and the Choir. You do not want to miss want these students have prepared. The show will start at 7 so do not be late!
    • Now it’s time for the entertainment fact of the day. Yesterday, the Grammy Nomination List was released. Tune in January 28th to find out who won Record of The Year, Artist of The Year, and many others.
    • Girls soccer practice is at Wilkerson-Sanders stadium this week. Practice is from 4:15 to 5:30. Let Coach Garcia know before 3:45 if you need a ride to practice.
    • Your Yellowjackets basketball team traveled Tuesday night to the land of the Trojans at Newman Smith High School. The freshman lost 55-42 and the JV also lost 72-54. The Varsity had better luck with a nail biter win 47-46 with Samuel Williamson leading the way with 21 points, and Andrew Taylor added 11 points in the victory.
    • The boys teams will be participating in various tournaments for a busy week. The freshman and JV will travel to Royse City and the Varsity is traveling to Austin for their tournament.
    • We are excited to inform you that our very own, Jacob Clark, Jaxon Smith, Alston Orji, and Anfernee Orji, are part of the 2017 Subway Super Team Ballot brought to you by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football. They need the help of your school’s staff, students and parents in order to propel them into a coveted spot on this year’s Subway Super Team. Follow the link below to vote for our Yellowjackets.
    • You can sign up for the 2018 track season in the cafeteria from DEC. 5 to DEC. 7. If you are participating in another sport, please go ahead and sign up and get the necessary paperwork. If you have any questions, see Coach McCrary at anytime of the day.
    • Students please remind your parents of the correct pick up and drop off lanes. The teacher parking lot is not one of them.
    • The Testing Center is open Monday Wednesday & Friday from 8-4 pm, and Tuesday & Thursday from 8-5pm. Remember that the Testing Center is only open late after school on Tuesday and Thursday.
    • Fashion Club has gained popularity since it’s start. To bring us their knowledge of fashion, we have two members of the fashion club here in the studio.
    • We will have them back on the show every two weeks to keep us updated on all our fashion news. That’s all we have for today, have a great day Rockwall.

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Tuesday, November 28, 2017

    • The annual Toy Drive ends next Thursday. The toys are collected during 3rd period and the winning class will receive a meal prepared by Culinary Arts.
    • For All Mankind meets today from 4:00 – 5:00 in room 2507. Join the FAM to change the community one person at a time.
    • Free Rice Club meets this Friday at 8:00 in room 2616.
    • BPA members stop by room 2404 tomorrow to pick up your club T-Shirts. You also need to sign up for your contest. See Mayo for more details.
    • Reasonable Faith Club is collecting boxes to send as holiday gifts to low income communities in the Rio Grande Valley. See Mrs.Gilliland for more details on how to donate. These are Due december 8th.
    • NHS hours are due at the meeting this Friday morning. Make sure all your hours are signed for and turned in by the time the meeting is over.
    • The Gay Straight Alliance meets today after school in Mrs. White’s room 2617.
    • FCA will meet this Friday in the cafeteria annex led by Austin Schumake. That’s all for Clubs and Organizations. Have a great day.
    • One School, One Book is a school-wide reading initiative that seeks to establish and foster a culture of reading in our school community. This means parents, teachers, administrators, and most importantly, you, the students. This year we will adopt one book to read together, but we need your help to choose a book. Go to the RHS website and vote for the book you would like to read. Polling ends Friday, December 1st.
    • This Friday at 7, the Stingerettes kick off the start of winter performances with their holiday show at the Utley PAC. Tickets are sold by any Stingerette for $5.
    • And, while we normally keep our news within Rockwall, if you are looking for something to do in Dallas over the holidays, the AT&T Performing Arts Center is performing How The Grinch Stole Christmas The Musical.
    • Congratulations to Walk the Line for placing 3rd at Sing! Texas. They beat out 2 collegiate teams and all the high schools competing.
    • On December 16th, RHS Theatre will hold a show titled “The Christmas Truce” that benefits the Rockwall Historic Foundation.
    • This year’s winter extravaganza, hosted by the band, orchestra, and choir, is December 7th at 7 in the Utley PAC.
    • Girls soccer practice is at Wilkerson-Sanders stadium today through Friday. Practice is from 4:15 to 5:30. Let Coach Garcia know before 3:45 if you need a ride to practice.
    • The Lady Jackets swept Frisco Reedy. In an exciting physical battle the Varsity defeated the Lady Lions 45-38. The JV team won 47-34, and Freshman won 31-22.  Varsity will play in the Bishop Lynch Tournament, and the JV and Freshman will be in the North Crowley Tournament this weekend.
    • Tonight at 7:00, the boys basketball team will be away in Carrollton as they take on Newman Smith High School. Make the drive and come out to support our boys as they look for a big win!
    • We are excited to inform you that our very own, Jacob Clark, Jaxon Smith, Alston Orji, and Anfernee Orji, are part of the 2017 Subway Super Team Ballot brought to you by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football. They need the help of your school’s staff, students and parents in order to propel them into a coveted spot on this year’s Subway Super Team. Follow the link below to vote for our Yellowjackets.
    • Students please remind your parents of the correct pick up and drop off lanes. The teacher parking lot is not one of them.

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Monday, November 27, 2017

    • The annual Toy Drive begins today, and ends Thursday, next Thursday. The toys will be collected during 3rd period. The winning class will receive a meal prepared by the Culinary Arts class.
    • For All Mankind meets every Tuesday from 4:00 – 5:00 in room 2507. Join the FAM to change the community one person at a time.
    • Free Rice Club meets this Friday at 8:00 in room 2616.
    • Reasonable Faith will collect boxes to send as Christmas gifts to low income communities in the Rio Grande Valley. See Mrs.Gilliland for more details on how to donate.
    • NHS hours are due at the meeting this Friday morning. Make sure all your hours are signed for and turned in by the time the meeting is over.
    • Gay Straight Alliance meets tomorrow after school in Mrs. White’s room 2617. 
    • One School, One Book is a school-wide reading initiative that seeks to establish and foster a culture of reading in our school community. This means parents, teachers, administrators, and most importantly, you, the students. This year we will adopt one book to read together, but we need your help to choose a book. Go to the RHS website and vote for the book you would like to read. Polling ends Friday, December 1st.
    • This Friday at 7:00, the Stingerettes kick off the start of winter performances with their holiday show at the Utley PAC. Tickets are sold by any Stingerette for $5.
    • On December 16th, RHS Theatre will hold a show titled “The Christmas Truce” which benefits the Rockwall Historic Foundation.
    • The winter extravaganza will be on December 7th at 7:00 in the Utley PAC. Come see the band, orchestra, and choir perform.
    • The second six weeks, our teachers nominated students that exemplified the character trait Respect.  Teachers wrote nominations for students that they want to recognize that demonstrate the character trait on a daily basis.  Our second six week recipients are:
    •           Cassie Nedrud - nominated by Ms. White and
    •           Rowdy Henderson - nominated by Ms. Lutes.
    • Both are wonderful examples of how students should respectfully treat their peers and teachers.   
    • Girls soccer practice will be at Wilkerson-Sanders stadium Monday through Friday. Practice is from 4:15 to 5:30. If you need a ride, let Coach Garcia know BEFORE 3:45.
    • Our Lady Jackets basketball team is away tonight in Frisco Texas facing off against Reedy High School. Our girls are having a great season, so make sure to come and cheer them on tonight!
    • Tomorrow at 7:00, the boys basketball team will be away in Carrollton as they take on Newman Smith High School. Make the drive and come out to support our boys!
    • RHS Boys wrestling team got off to a good start before break, winning the Hawk Invitational and defeating Dallas Jesuit and Frisco Wakeland in duals.
    • The top finishers for the girls wrestling at the Hawk Invitational are Champion, Jackie Mote, and Mia Arceneaux and Emily Gil.
    • The 2017 football season has come to a bittersweet end. After a tough season, the football team made the playoffs and won their first game against a top ranked Woodlands team 23-7, breaking their five-year record.
    • And after a hard fought battle against Sachse, the yellow jackets season ended on a tough 24-17 loss in overtime. But as all of you know, jacket fight never dies and this team will be back and ready for business in 2018!

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Wednesday, November 8, 2017

    • To start off a rainy day with some great news, we had several RHS seniors sign to colleges this morning. For track, Savanah McKenzie signed to Texas A&M Commerce.  For baseball, Brooks Helmer signed to Baylor University, and Bennett Laurence and Diego Muniz both signed to the University of Oklahoma.
    • Faith Mason-Vestal signed to Newman University for basketball, and Amanda Armstrong signed to Texas A&M University for swimming. Darryan Welborn signed to Stephen F. Austin for softball. Congratulations to all of our athletes who signed this morning.
    • Have your chance to be a global leader! Join Model United Nations for their meeting tomorrow after school in room 2602.
    • FCA meets this Friday in the cafeteria annex at 7:45am. Macy McCartney will lead the meeting and everyone is welcome.
    • Fishing Club meets in Coach Marshall's room 3605 tomorrow morning at 8. If you are fishing this weekend in the Lake Fork Tournament, please plan to be in attendance.
    • Interested in testing your science knowledge against students across the nation? Mrs. Lewis in room 3604 will host a virtual UIL Science meet in her room next week. There are four times available for you to meet with her and complete the challenge. Monday and Wednesday after school at 4:00 and Tuesday and Friday before school at 8:00. Let's see how Rockwall High ranks in UIL Science!
    • RHS Theatre will host a showcase this Friday that benefits the students attending the International Thespian Festival. The showcase will feature monologues and duet scenes, along with a coffee, tea, and dessert will also be served.
    • RHS Orchestra will hold a Veteran’s Day concert tomorrow at 7:00 in the Utley PAC to honor those who have served our country.
    • Rockwall’s cheerleaders will perform the 2017 Cheer Cabaret at the Utley PAC this Saturday. The mascots and cheerleaders have worked extremely hard for their production of “Heroes and Legends.”
    • In addition to the cheerleaders, “Heroes and Legends” features the national award winning Stingerette Showstoppers, and our very own Walk the Line.
    • The color guard will hold winterguard auditions November 13th through 15th in the RHS band hall. Football season might be coming to an end, but our guards aren’t done yet.
    • Our Faculty vs. Students basketball game is just a week away. For those that have signed up, you will need to have the waiver on file by this Friday in order to play in the game.  If you have not received one, or need a new one, stop by the counseling center so that you can get it signed. 
    • If you are signed up, the teams meet in the lecture hall this Thursday, at 8:15, to go over the game. Remember this is for a good cause, and tickets to the game will cost $2 or 2 cans of food. We want to help give to those that are in need PLUS show Heath how this is supposed to be done. Who will win?  Faculty? Students?  Who is REALLY ready to get their game on?
    • The Lady Jackets swept their home opener in an exciting fashion against Little Elm. The Varsity won 62-34. Faith Mason-Vestal led the team with 12 points, followed by Jordan Mathis with 9 points and 10 rebounds.
    • JV won 40-27 led by Kasja Johnson with 12 points. Finally, Freshman won 42-16 led by Tristan Pettis with 15 points.

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Monday, November 6, 2017

    • If you’re a 9th or 10th grader interested in community service: Rockwall has a new community service group. “For All Mankind” meets Tuesday, November 7th, in room 2507. Come out and help change the community one person at a time.
    • Be a global leader! Join Model United Nations for their meeting this Thursday afterschool in room 2602.
    • The first Science Club meeting is today after school in Mrs.Gilliland’s room.
    • Interested in testing your Science knowledge against other students across the nation? Mrs. Lewis in room 3604 will host a virtual UIL Science meet in her room next week! There are four times available for you to meet with her and complete the challenge. Monday and Wednesday after school at 4:00, and Tuesday and Friday before school at 8:00. Let's see how Rockwall High ranks in UIL Science!
    • Asian Cultural Club is having a Cosplay party tomorrow before and after school in room 2609. Come and learn about the art of cosplay. Please bring food or $3 for provided food. Remember, don’t come in with costumes on!
    • We are thrilled to announce that the Rockwall High School Counseling Department was recently awarded the 2017 Lone Star State Award for Counseling Excellence. This award recognizes effective and outstanding school counseling programs in the state of Texas. They will recognize the Rockwall High School counseling team at the 2017 annual conference next week in Frisco.
    • This friday marks the end of the second six weeks and the counseling center will begin a second round of calling kids in who are failing 3 or more classes.
    • Rockwall, we did it! We came together as a school and gave channel 8 what they had been looking for! Congratulations to RHS, the most spirited high school in North Texas.
    • RHS Theater will host a showcase this Friday that  benefits the students attending the International Thespian Festival. You don’t want to miss this.
    • The Veteran’s Day concert will be this Thursday at 7:00 in the RHS PAC.
    • Rockwall’s cheerleaders will be performing the 2017 Cheer Cabaret at the Utley PAC this Saturday! The mascots and cheerleaders have worked extremely hard for this. It will be awesome!
    • Fall is here and culinary is preparing their famous pumpkin rolls. And don’t worry, Chef will send out an email for pre-sales soon. 
    • The RHS colorguard will hold winterguard auditions November 13th through 15th in the RHS band hall. Football season might be coming to an end, but our guards aren’t done yet.
    • Boys who are interested in playing soccer this year and who are not currently in the soccer class need to see Coach Williams in room 2506.
    • And for girl’s soccer, you must attend a mandatory tryout meeting after school today at 4:30 in the indoor facility. If you cannot attend this meeting you must contact Coach Garcia.
    • The RHS Counseling team is excited to sponsor  our annual Student vs. Faculty Charity basketball game next Wednesday. The goal is to raise $1,500 in cash and over 1500 cans of food to help those in need in our community. Tickets are sold starting November 13th for $2 or 2 cans of food.

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Thursday, November 2, 2017

    • If you’re a 9th or 10th grader interested in community service: Rockwall has a new community service group. “For All Mankind” meets Tuesday, November 7th, in room 2507. Come out and help change the community one person at a time.
    • The first science club meeting is next Monday after school in Mrs.Gilliland’s room 3513.
    • FCA meets tomorrow morning at 7:45 in the cafeteria annex. Lauren Hogan and Will Brown lead the meeting. Bring your friends and enjoy a great message, great fellowship, and free donuts.
    • The Spanish Club will celebrate “Día de los Muertos” in the cafeteria Annex at 4:00pm today.
    • Model United Nations meets today after school in room 2602.
    • Jackets, make sure to dress up for decade day tomorrow! Freshmen have the Swinging Sixties. Sophomores have the Groovy Seventies. Juniors have the awesome eighties and the seniors are bringing back the nineties.

     

     WFAA will be at the pep rally tomorrow and RHS is eligible for an award, so please don’t forget to show your school spirit and dress for the decades!  

     

    • Senior Directed show is tomorrow! Come watch these scenes directed by our talented class of 2018.
    • The students who made the All-Region choir will perform at the Allen Performing Arts Center on November 4. And next Thursday don’t miss the Veteran’s Day Concert at 7:00pm in the RHS PAC featuring our talented orchestra.
    • If you ordered a Gober Nation shirt you can pick it up in room 2404. Make sure to get them before tomorrow and wear it to the game to show that our Jacket Fight Never Dies.
    • Fall is here and culinary is preparing their famous pumpkin rolls. And don’t worry, Chef will send out an email for pre-sales soon. 
    • Boys who are interested in playing soccer this year and who are not currently in the soccer class need to see Coach Williams in room 2506.
    • And for girl’s soccer, you must attend a mandatory tryout meeting on November 6 at 4:30. The meeting will be in the indoor facility. If you cannot attend this meeting you must contact Coach Garcia.
    • The RHS Counseling team is excited to sponsor  our annual Students vs. Faculty Charity basketball game Wednesday, November 15th. The goal is to raise $1,500 in cash and over 1500 cans of food to help those in need in our community.
    • Tickets are sold starting November 13th for $2 or 2 cans of food. If you want to be on the basketball team, you can sign up with the counseling team at lunch by tomorrow.

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Tuesday, October 31, 2017

    Happy Halloween from Jacket TV.

    • Picture Retake Day is Thursday, November 16. If you purchased a photo packet on the original picture day and would like to retake your picture you must return the prints and give them to the photographer. You cannot keep the original prints and receive new ones.
    • Rockwall has a new community service group. “For All Mankind” meets Tuesday, November 7th, in room 2507. This organization is for 9th and 10th graders interested in community service. Come out and help change the community one person at a time.
    • The first science club meeting will be Monday, November 6th, after school in Mrs.Gilliland’s room 3513.
    • FCA meets this Friday morning at 7:45 in the cafeteria annex. Lauren Hogan and Will Brown lead the meeting. Bring your friends and enjoy a great message, great fellowship, and free donuts.
    • Spanish Club will celebrate “Día de los Muertos” in the cafeteria Annex at 4pm on Thursday, November 2nd.
    • Model United Nations meets Thursday afternoon in room 2602.
    • Fashion Club brings together a group that shares a passion for fashion while expanding your creativity. Don’t forget the next meeting will be on November 1st at 4:00pm in room 3706.
    • The reasonable faith club meets next Monday from 3:55 to 4:45 in room 3513.
    • The ASL club has their annual Silent Dinner tomorrow at CiCi’s Pizza at 5:00 p.m.  Bring money for your meal and plan on having “Voices Off” as you enjoy dinner.
    • Eye to Eye Peer Mediation needs you!  Pick up applications to be a mediator in Dr. Kindred’s office Room 2726. The deadline is tomorrow at 4.
    • Congrats to the cast of the RHS fine arts production of Oklahoma!
    • RHS will be full of Entertainment this Friday! First, the senior night pep rally will be held. This features, “Let’s Get it Started” by Walk the Line and the Stingerettes will be performing a dance to “Look what you made me do” by Taylor Swift.
    • Then Friday night, RHS Theater’s senior directed show will premiere for one night only. Mark your calendars because you don’t want to miss our fantastic senior class.
    • Saturday is the All Region Choir Concert. Please come out and support you YellowJacket choir!

     

    CARSON: For Halloween, we bring you a spooky fact. Did you know that Halloween is more Irish than St. Patrick's Day. Its origins come from a Celtic festival for the dead called “Samhain.” Celts believed the ghosts of the dead roamed Earth on this holiday, so people would dress in costumes and leave “treats” out on their front doors to appease the roaming spirits.

    •   If you ordered a Gober Nation shirt you can pick it up in 2404.  Make sure to get them before Friday.
    • Fall is here and pumpkin has officially taken over.  Culinary is preparing their famous pumpkin rolls. And don’t worry, Chef will send out an email for pre-sales soon. 
    •  Boys who are interested in playing soccer this year and who are not currently in the soccer class need to see Coach Williams in room 2506.
    • And for girl’s soccer, you must attend a mandatory tryout meeting on November 6 at 4:30. The meeting will be in the indoor facility. If you cannot attend this meeting you must contact Coach Garcia.
    • The RHS Counseling team is excited to sponsor  our annual Students vs. Faculty Charity basketball game Wednesday, November 15th. The goal is to raise $1,500 in cash and over 1500 cans of food to help those in need in our community.
    • Tickets will be sold starting November 13th for $2 or 2 cans of food. If you want to be on the basketball team, you can sign up at the counseling center by Friday.
    • Rockwall men’s golf team finished in the top 10 at the Texas High Invitational. Be sure to congratulate our men’s golf team on this win.
    • Speaking of wins, our Lady Jackets Volleyball team is making their way into the playoffs. We recently spoke to Coach Wilson about how the Lady Jackets are preparing to win.
    • Tonight the RHS volleyball team plays their first playoff game against College Park at Jewett Leon High School at 6. Come out and support the lady jackets as they head into the playoffs.

     Thank you to everyone that created banners for Red Ribbon week. Everyone’s banners are displayed in the cafeteria, so make sure to take a look. Now, the winner of the ice cream party is…...Drum roll please…... Senora Parker’s advisory period.

    •  Great job to everyone who participated! And remember that for this Friday’s pep rally, the spirit wear to get in is decades wear.

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Thursday, October 26, 2017

     

    •  It’s Red Ribbon Week. Join us as we take a stand against drugs. Today we are joining teens, parents, teachers, and other citizens across America in celebrating Red Ribbon Week, the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation. Did you know that 23.5 million Americans are addicted to drugs and alcohol? This averages to almost the entire population of Texas.
    • Drug abuse and addiction costs American society close to $200 billion in health care, criminal justice, and lost workplace production a year.
    • The Library will be closed tomorrow so AcDec can prepare for their meet on Saturday.
    • Do you have an old phone you don’t need anymore? Donate your old cell phones in the barrels located in Mr. SHARB’S room.
    • UIL Science is looking for students who excel in Biology, Chemistry and Physics to compete on the UIL Academic Science team. Pick up an informational packet from the bulletin board outside room 3602 if you’re interested in competing.
    • Fashion Club brings together a group that shares a passion for fashion while expanding creativity. Don’t forget the next meeting will be on November 1st at 4:00 in room 3706.
    • Join Spanish Club for a Fiesta after school today in room 2420.
    • The FCA meeting scheduled for tomorrow has been canceled. 
    • The Reasonable Faith Club will be meeting on October 30th from 3:55-4:45 in room #3513.
    • Model United Nations meets this afternoon in room 2602.
    • The Gay-Straight alliance meets after school today in Mrs. White’s room 2617 for their Halloween party.
    • Looking for volunteer hours? Rockwall AcDec needs volunteers to help with a competition this Saturday. See Mrs. Hinton in room 2514 for more details.
    • All freshman interested in serving as Class Officer need to go to Mr. Terry’s office, room 2208 or to the Front Office to pick up an application. All applications must be turned into Mr. Terry’s office no later than after school tomorrow. 
    • Starting November 3rd, Rockwall High School will be full of fresh entertainment! On November 3rd the 2017 “Senior Directed Show” debuts.
    • The All Region choir members will perform at the All Region concert on November 4th. Please come out and support you YellowJacket choir!
    • Now it’s time for the entertainment fact of the day! Today is the 44th birthday of Seth Macfarlane, the creator of Family Guy.
    • Before we go, Carson & I would like to ask the Music, Theater, and Art departments to submit videos or news that you want featured on Jacket TV via email. Contact us at georgia.mayo@rockwallisd.org. Thank You!
    • Senior guys, it’s your turn to order your cap and gown. Tables will be set up all during all lunches for you to order your cap and gown with a $50 down payment.
    • Juniors, if you haven’t ordered your class ring yet, make up orders are due today.
    • If you need some Yellow Jacket fan gear, please talk to a Lady Jacket basketball player. Today is the last day that they will sell spirit wear.
    • Tomorrow at 7:30 be sure to come to Wilkerson Sanders Stadium to see the yellow jacket football team as they face the Tyler Lee raiders. Remember to wear pink to support breast cancer awareness as a part of our pink-out game.
    • The RHS Counseling team is excited to sponsor  our annual Students vs. Faculty Charity basketball game Wednesday, November 15th. The goal is to raise $1,500 in cash and over 1500 cans of food to help those in need in our community.
    • Tickets will be sold the week of November 13th for $2 or 2 cans of food. If you want to be on the basketball team, you can sign up at the counseling center by November 3rd.
    • Athletes and coaches, if you would like for your team to be mentioned or featured on Jacket TV, please email Mrs. Mayo at georgia.mayo@rockwallisd.org.
    • Seniors, the last day to purchase a senior yearbook ad is tomorrow at midnight. Please see Mrs. Applegate in room 1401 for more information.
    • And the last day to purchase a yearbook at the lowest price of $65 is tomorrow. You can purchase a book online at jostensyearbooks.com OR to pay by cash or check, fill out a form in room 1401 and drop it off with Mrs. Applegate.
    • If you ordered a Gober Nation or Terry’s 2 Cents shirt you can pick it up tomorrow during all lunches at a table in the cafeteria.
    • Tomorrow’s spirit wear is tropical attire to “beach the Tyler Lee Raiders”. To get us ready for the game, we have Coach Webb.

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Tuesday, October 24, 2017

    • Join us in celebrating Red Ribbon Week. Today, banners made by RHS clubs, organizations, students, and administration are hanging in the RHS hallways. These banners display the important message of living an alcohol, drug, and tobacco free lifestyle.
    • Did you know that almost 1 in every 4 teens in America say they have misused or abused a prescription drug? And someone is injured in a drunk driving incident every 2 minutes.
    • Moving on to the news for today, the RHS Library will be closed on Friday, October 27th so that AcDec can prepare for their meet on Saturday.
    • If you would like for your club or organization to be announced on jacket tv please email jackettvrhs@gmail.com and we will get in the show.
    • We are also looking for video stories, if you would like us to come and interview your club officers or film any service activities you are doing please contact us. 
    • Do you have an old phone you don’t need anymore? Donate your old cell phones in the barrels in Mr. Charb’s room.
    • UIL Science is looking for students who excel in Biology, Chemistry and Physics to compete on the UIL Academic Science team. Pick up an informational packet from the bulletin board outside room 3602 if you’re interested in competing.
    • The next Fashion club meeting will be on November 1st. At 4pm in room 3706
    • Join Spanish Club for a Parranda on Thursday, October 26th in room #2420.
    • Key Club is having a meeting this Thursday before school in Dr. Pualkens room.
    • The Gay-Straight alliance will meet after school this Thursday in room 2617 for their Halloween party.
    • The crime stoppers are looking for help regarding criminal activity that occurred Oct 7. Someone poured paint over several parking spaces in the student parking lot damaging the artwork that was in the parking space.  If anyone has information regarding this offense you could be eligible for a reward from The Rockwall County Crimestoppers.
    • Looking for volunteer hours? Rockwall AcDec needs volunteers to help with a competition this Saturday. See Mrs. Hinton in room 2514 for more details.
    • All freshman interested in serving as Class Officer need to go to Mr. Terry’s office, room 2208 or to the Front Office to pick up an application. All applications must be turned into Mr. Terry’s office no later than after school this Friday.
    • Mrs. Shelton and Mrs. Browning will hold auditions for this year’s upcoming musical, “Oklahoma!” after school tomorrow.
    • If you’re looking for something to do soon, The Rockwall Community Playhouse is performing Capricious Pearls on November 4th & 5th. You can buy tickets on their website.
    • Next Friday the RHS Theatre Program will host a “Senior Directed” show. The show is a mashup of duet scenes starring Juniors and underclassmen but casted, directed, and produced by the seniors. Tickets will cost $5 for students and $10 for adults.
    • The All Region choir members will attend and perform at the All Region concert on November 4th. Please wish all members of the mixed choir, treble choir, and honor choir.
    • Make sure to attend the concert and clinic which will be held on December 8th and 9th at Allen High School.
    • Seniors. It’s time to order your cap and gowns. Tomorrow during all lunches, senior girls can order cap and gowns with a $50 down payment. And on Thursday senior boys can order their cap and gowns.
    • Juniors, if you haven’t ordered your class ring yet, make up orders for girls are tomorrow and Thursday for boys.
    • It has been a great season for the lady jacket volleyball teams. The lady jackets will play the Heath hawks tonight at home.  JV will play at 5:30 and varsity will play at 6:30.  Tonight is also senior night, so come support our seniors and the rest of the lady jacket volleyball team as they face the hawks in their last district game.
    • This Friday at 7:30 be sure to come and watch the yellow jacket football team as they face the Tyler Lee Raiders. The game will be played at Wilkerson Sanders Stadium. This Friday is also Rockwall’s pink out day for Breast Cancer, so be sure wear pink while also supporting your yellow jackets.
    • Seniors, the last day to purchase a senior yearbook ad is Friday, October 27. Please see Mrs. Applegate in room 1401 during 5th period for more information.
    • The last day to purchase a yearbook at the lowest price of $65 is this Friday. You can purchase a book online at jostensyearbooks.com OR to pay by cash or check, fill out a form in room 1401 and drop it off with Mrs. Applegate. The price will increase at midnight!
    • If you ordered a Gober Nation or Terry’s 2 Cents shirt you can pick these up at lunch starting tomorrow.  There will be a table in the cafeteria.  Please have your student ID to pick up the shirt.

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Monday, October 16, 2017

    • If you need some Yellow Jacket fan gear, please talk to a Lady Jacket basketball player. They will sell spirit wear through October 26th.
    • There will be a National Technical Honor Society meeting on Thursday morning in room 1411 at 8:10.  Please come to see if this is a club for you!  There are some GPA and course requirements. If you can’t make the meeting, please stop by Mrs. Webb’s room (1411) to find out more.
    • FCA will hold a meeting this Friday at 7:45am in the cafeteria annex. Samantha Bean will be leading the meeting and free donuts will be provided.
    • The first Piano Club meeting of the year is tomorrow, at 8:05 in room 2911. If you ride the bus and come in later that's okay. Please join us for FREE donuts, listen to piano music and make friends. You do not have to be in Piano class to be in Piano Club.
    • UIL Science is looking for students who excel in Biology, Chemistry or Physics to compete on the UIL Academic Science team. Pick up an informational packet from the bulletin board outside room 3602 if you’re interested in competing.
    • The time is finally here. The first Jacket Feast of this year is this Friday during all lunches. Food trucks will be in the parking lots during all lunches, so bring 10 to 15 dollars.
    • The Lady Jackets Volleyball reached an amazing milestone: Coach Wilson reached the 500th win of her career. Additionally, the Dig Pink Night was a huge success!  With help from the Rockwall community, the volleyball program was able to raise over $2,000 that will help support two Rockwall High School teachers in their battle with breast cancer.
    • The RHS Student Council is sponsoring a Red Ribbon Week Banner contest. All clubs and organizations are encouraged to design a banner for Red Ribbon week. This year’s theme is “Your Future is Key, So Stay Drug Free.” The banners must be turned in by October 23rd. The winning banner’s group will be treated to an ice cream soda party during Study Hall. To pick up the required paper, visit room 1403.
    • Melancholy Play will be on October 19th to 21st at 7:00pm at the RHS Theatre. Tickets are $5 for students and $10 for adults.
    • Socktober is back with new designs! The IB students will be selling socks during all lunches throughout the month of October. For $12 you get to walk away with three pairs of socks. All funds go to help amputees across the world get access to prosthetic limbs.

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Monday, October 1, 2017

    • The Business Professionals of America (BPA) membership deadline is tomorrow. Stop by room 2404 to turn in dues, and to check out contest topics. BPA is a chance to compete, travel, and network.
    • The first meeting of the Billiards and Chess Club will also be tomorrow at 3:45 pm until 4:30 pm in the RHS Library.
    • The Asian Cultural Club officer forms are due Monday October 9th at 4:00. IF you’re interested, you can pick up a form in room 2609.
    • The GSA Club will meet today after school in Mrs. White’s room 2617 to work on the homecoming parade float.
    • Last year the Rockwall High School PTA hosted the "Successful Scholarship Applications" program. This year, the Rockwall-Heath PTA is hosting. The meeting takes place in the Rockwall-Heath High School Cafeteria on Wednesday, October 11 at 6:30 p.m.
    • Scholarship applications are now available on the Texas PTA website! Texas PTA offers $500 scholarships to eligible faculty members and $1,000 to eligible high school seniors. Join the RHS PTA today to complete your first step toward eligibility. All applications are due by Friday, December 1.
    • The RHS Student Council will sponsor a Blood Drive on Friday, October 13, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Signing up to participate will begin on Friday, October 6 in the RHS Nurse's Office. Parents, teachers and students (age 16 with parent permission or 17 and older and who weigh at least 110 pounds) are encouraged to participate.
    • Socktober is back with new designs! The IB students will be selling socks during all lunches throughout the month of October. For $12 you get to walk away with three pairs of socks. All funds go to help amputees across the world get access to prosthetic limbs.
    • This week is homecoming week and obviously Hallie and I aren’t doing great at spirit wear. But tomorrow’s spirit wear is Cowboy’s vs Aliens. Dress as either a cowboy or an alien to launch the lobos.

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Wednesday, September 27, 2017

    • Model UN will meet tomorrow after school in Mr. Ueckert’s room 2602.
    • The Business Professionals of America membership deadline is October 3rd. Stop by room 2404 to turn in dues and check out contest topics. BPA is a chance to compete, travel, and network.
    • The first meeting of the Billiards and Chess Club will be Tuesday, October 3rd at 3:45 pm until 4:30 pm in the RHS Library.  See Mrs Young for questions.
    • Asian Cultural Club officer forms are due Monday October 9th at 4:00. If you’re interested, you can pick up a form in room 2609.
    • The RHS Counselors will be in the cafeteria for Counselor Café GPA Day tomorrow during all lunches. They will be distributing GPA’s and class ranks to all 10th and 11th grade students.
    • Last year the Rockwall High School PTA hosted the "Successful Scholarship Applications" program. This year, the Rockwall-Heath PTA is hosting. You don’t want to miss this very informative program. The meeting takes place in the Rockwall-Heath High School Cafeteria on Wednesday, October 11 at 6:30 p.m.  Scholarship applications are now available on the Texas PTA website! Texas PTA offers $500 scholarships to eligible faculty members and $1,000 to eligible high school seniors. Join the RHS PTA today to complete your first step toward eligibility. All applications are due by Friday, December 1.
    • The RHS Student Council will sponsor a Blood Drive on Friday, October 13, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Signing up to participate will begin on Friday, October 6 in the RHS Nurse's Office. Parents, teachers and students (age 16 with parent permission or 17 and older and who weigh at least 110 pounds) are encouraged to participate.
    • The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be held this Friday at 7:45am in the cafeteria annex. Ginger Stephenson will lead the meeting and free donuts will be provided.
    • Today after school, Jacket TV will hold auditions for new anchor positions. You must have turned in an audition packet. If you haven’t, then you can’t audition.
    • The battle of the shirts has begun. Will it be Dr. Gober or Terry’s 2 Cents that sells the most shirts. Gober Nation and Terry’s 2 Cents t-shirts will be sold during all lunches this week. Both shirts are $15 dollars each. You can pre-order your shirts until this Friday. Just look for the table in the cafeteria near the annex. Who is it going to be, Gober or Terry?
    • The theme of this Friday’s pep rally is Orange Out. Because of limited space, you must have an orange RHS shirt on to attend the pep rally, and you don’t want to miss out.   

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Tuesday, September 26, 2017

    • The Business Professionals of America membership deadline is October 3rd. Stop by room 2404 to turn in dues and check out contest topics. BPA is a chance to compete, travel, and network.
    • The first meeting of the Billiards and Chess Club will be Tuesday, October 3rd at 3:45 pm until 4:30 pm in the RHS Library.  See Mrs Young, your librarian, for questions.
    • Students, RHS Counselors will be in the cafeteria for Counselor Café GPA Day this Thursday during all lunches. They will be distributing GPA’s and class ranks to all 10th and 11th grade students.
    • The Rockwall Cross Country Team recently attended the Lovejoy Cross Country Festival. The boys placed 4th out of 38 teams, doing well in a big competition. The girls had a 9th place finish out of 38 teams. The JV girls finished 17th and the JV boys finished 27th. Let’s give a hand to all of our athletes.
    • Last year the Rockwall HIgh School PTA hosted the "Successful Scholarship Applications" program. This year, the Rockwall-Heath HS PTA is hosting. You don’t want to miss this very informative program. The meeting takes place in the Rockwall-Heath High School Cafeteria on Wednesday, October 11 at 6:30 p.m.
    • The RHS Student Council will sponsor a Blood Drive on Friday, October 13, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Signing up to participate will begin on Friday, October 6 in the RHS Nurse's Office. Parents, teachers and students (age 16 with parent permission or 17 and older and who weigh at least 110 pounds) are encouraged to participate.
    • The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be held this Friday, September 29th, at 7:45am in the cafeteria annex. Ginger Stephenson will lead the meeting and free donuts will be provided.
    • Tomorrow after school, Jacket TV will hold auditions for new anchor positions. Audition packets are due to Mr. Terry’s office by tomorrow at 4, but should be turned in as soon as possible. Auditions begin at 4 tomorrow afternoon.
    • The battle of the shirts has begun. Will it be Dr. Gober or Terry’s 2 Cents that sells the most shirts. Gober Nation and Terry’s 2 Cents t-shirts will be sold during all lunches this week. Both shirts are $15 dollars each. You can pre-order your shirts until this Friday. Just look for the table in the cafeteria near the annex. Who is it going to be, Gober or Terry?
    • The theme of this Friday’s pep rally is Orange Out. You must have an orange RHS shirt on to attend the pep rally, and you don’t want to miss out.  

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Monday, September 25, 2017

    • Beginning today parking procedures will be enforced. You can pick up a parking sticker in room 2726 for $50. The sticker must be placed on the inside of your windshield. All safety rules and guidelines will be observed. Failure to follow the guidelines will result with an ORANGE sticker and or additional consequences, Thursday night school or vehicle booted.
    • Please congratulate the following students on becoming a member of the 2017 Region 25 All-Region Jazz Band:

    Aren Moore-1st Chair Alto Saxophone

    Tatum Fisher-2nd Chair Alto Saxophone

    Caden Cox-2nd Chair Tenor Saxophone

    Austin Stanberry-2nd Chair Bass Trombone

    Nick Messick-1st Chair Jazz Piano

    James Matthews-1st Chair Drumset

    • These students will now move on to the Area round of auditions next week for a shot at placement in the All-State Jazz Band. This is a great accomplishment for these young musicians.
    • The Business Professionals of America membership deadline is October 3rd. Stop by room 2404 to turn in dues and check out contest topics. BPA is a chance to compete, travel, and network.
    • The first meeting of the Billiards and Chess Club will be Tuesday, October 3rd at 3:45 pm until 4:30 pm in the RHS Library.  See Mrs Young, your librarian, for questions.
    • Rockwall Volleyball improved to 5-0 in district Friday night, eliminating John Tyler in three straight sets. The Jackets will host Mesquite Horn tomorrow night, making them undefeated going against the defending district champions at Heath.
    • The Rockwall Lady Jackets golf team finished second at the Rockwall Invitational at RGAC September 22-23.  Great Job ladies.

     

    Officer Gaines: Good Morning:

    Just a reminder that Crime Stopper applications are due today.  

    Students I have already had several reports of stolen cell phones.  Please make sure you keep up with your valuables.  Password protect your electronic devices and put a find my device app your phone.  

     Thanks and have a great week.

    • Students, parents are still dropping you off in the teacher parking lot. Please remind your parents that there is a new way that you are to be dropped off or picked up. You are not to be dropped off in the teacher parking lot or on Kyle Drive.
    • There will be a PSAT held during classes on October 11th. Teachers please check the email from Mrs. Duran on your assignments for this day.
    • Homecoming is just a week away, so today we have the student council here to give us more information on ticket sales and the dance.
    • This Wednesday after school, Jacket TV will hold auditions for new anchor positions. If interested, audition packets are in Mr. Terry’s office, and must be turned in by tomorrow. This is your last chance to try out for Jacket TV.
    • Gober Nation and Terry’s 2 Cents t-shirts will be sold during all lunches starting today. Both shirts are $15 dollars each. You can pre-order your shirts starting today, just look for the table in the cafeteria. You must have the 15 dollars today to order your shirt.
    • The theme of this Friday’s pep rally is Orange Out. You must have an orange RHS shirt on to attend the pep rally, and you don’t want to miss out.  

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Thursday, September 21, 2017

    • Starting next Monday September 25th, parking procedures will be enforced. You can pick up a parking sticker before school in office 2726 for $50. The sticker must be placed on the inside of your windshield. All safety rules and guidelines will be observed. Failure to follow the guidelines will result with an ORANGE sticker and or additional consequences, Thursday night school or vehicle booted.
    • The Model United Nations Club meets today after school in room 2602.
    • The Business Professionals of America membership deadline is October 3rd. Stop by room 2404 to turn in dues and check out contest topics. BPA is a chance to compete, travel, and network.
    • The first meeting of the Billiards and Chess Club will be Tuesday, October 3rd at 3:45 pm until 4:30 pm in the RHS Library.  See Mrs Young, your librarian, for questions.
    • Tomorrow night the Rockwall Yellow Jackets take on the John Tyler Lions at Wilkerson Sanders Stadium. 
    • FCA will meet tomorrow in the cafeteria annex at 7:45am.  Everyone is invited to enjoy some free donuts and great fellowship led by Mr. Ryan Figert.
    • FFA meets tonight, at the Rockwall Ag Facility at 6:30 p.m You don’t want to miss out, because there will be free pizza and ice cream.
    • Students, please remind your parents that their is a new way that you are to be dropped off or picked up. You are not to be dropped off in the teacher parking lot or on Kyle Drive. Also for all drivers, when you are dropped off in the proper spots, watch your speed. Let’s keep our students safe.
    • RHS homecoming parade entries (including club sweethearts/escorts) are due no later than 4:00 p.m., tomorrow.  Please put entries in Mrs. Morris’ mailbox or deliver to Room 1403.
    • Immediately following announcements today, homecoming court nominees as well as Princes and Princesses need to meet downstairs in Mrs. Morris’ room 1403 for pictures.
    • Gober Nation and Terry’s 2 Cents t-shirts will be sold during all lunches starting Monday. Mr. Terry and the Jacket TV crew are hard at work to bring you an updated version of Terrys 2 Cents. And who wouldn’t want to sit in the swarm wearing a Gober Nation T-Shirt. Both shirts are $15 dollars each. You can pre-order your shirts starting Monday.  

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Tuesday, September 19, 2017

    • Starting next Monday September 25th, parking procedures will be enforced. You can pick up a parking sticker before school in office 2726 for $50. The sticker must be placed on the inside of your windshield. All safety rules and guidelines will be observed. Failure to follow the guidelines will result with an ORANGE sticker and or additional consequences, Thursday night school or vehicle booted.
    • Business Professionals of America membership deadline is October 3rd. Stop by 2404 to turn in dues and check out contest topics.  
    • Today's the day so don't strike out!  The Bowling Club will meet today at 4 in Room 2707.
    • HOSA meets tomorrow morning in room 1518.
    • Fashion Club will meet tomorrow morning at 8 am in Mrs. Leugers room 3706.
    • The first meeting of the Billiards and Chess Club will be Tuesday, October 3rd at 3:45 pm until 4:30 pm in the RHS Library.  See Mrs Young, your librarian, for questions.
    • All young women interested in math and science are encouraged to join the Society of Women Engineers. The first meeting of the year will be tomorrow after school at 4 in room 2307.
    • FCA will meet this Friday, September 22nd, in the cafeteria annex at 7:45am.  Everyone is invited to enjoy some free donuts and great fellowship led by Mr. Ryan Figert.
    • FFA meets this Thursday, September 21st at the  Rockwall Ag Facility at 6:30 p.m You don’t want to miss out, because there will be free pizza and ice cream.
    • Thank you to everyone who voted yesterday for the 2017 homecoming court. The results will be announced tomorrow morning, and afterwards, voting will open again for the entire school to vote for the king and queen. With more on voting, we have a video from the student council.

    TAKE VOTING VIDEO

    •  Jacket TV will hold auditions next Wednesday, September 27th at 4pm in room 2404. Anchor positions will be for Sports, Clubs and Organizations, and Entertainment. Audition packets will be in Mr. Terry’s office. Packets must be turned in no later than next Tuesday, September 26th. See Mrs. Mayo in room 2404 with any questions.
    • Last weekend, the Rockwall Cross-country team competed the Lake Highlands Invitational at Norbuck Park. The boys had a great weekend winning their first meet of the year.  On the girls side, they ran the elite division this week. The JV girls had a good weekend also finishing 2nd and earning their first trophy of the year. The JV boys had a better weekend at Lake Highlands finishing 6th overall as a team.
    • It’s match day, Rockwall! Tonight the Jackets volleyball takes on the Skeeters at Mesquite High School. Good luck ladies!
    • Class of 2018, your class dues of $100 will be due no later than December 15th. This money pays for your prom ticket. Please take your dues to Mrs. Purnell’s room 1404. Checks need to be made to RHS with your name in the memo line. After December 15th your prom ticket price goes up to $150. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Purnell in room 1404 or Mrs. Morris in room 1403.  
    • Hispanic Heritage month is September 15th through October 15th. It celebrates the histories, cultures, and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. Senora Parker will give us more insight into the celebrations of Hispanic culture throughout the month.
    • Students, please remind your parents that their is a new way that you are to be dropped off or picked up. You are not to be dropped off in the teacher parking lot or on Kyle Drive. Also for all drivers, when you are dropped off in the proper spots, watch your speed. Let’s keep our students safe.

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Monday, September 18, 2017

    • Business Professionals of America membership deadline is October 3rd. Stop by 2404 to turn in dues and check out contest topics.  
    • All young women interested in math and science are encouraged to join the Society of Women Engineers. The first meeting of the year will be Wednesday, September 20th, after school at 4:00 in room 2307.
    • FCA will meet this Friday, September 22nd, in the cafeteria annex at 7:45am.  Everyone is invited to enjoy some free donuts and great fellowship led by Mr. Ryan Figert.
    • Teachers, after announcements please remind your students to vote for the 2017 homecoming court and class princess/prince.  All voting is online at

    rockwall.voting4schools.com. For more information, here’s the student council with more info on voting:

    • Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors nominate 1 boy and 1 girl to represent class as homecoming princess/prince. Seniors nominate 1 boy and 1 girl to represent RHS as homecoming queen/king nominee. The top 5 boys and 5 girls will make up homecoming court.
    • Then on Wednesday,the entire school is open to vote for 2017’s Homecoming Queen and King.
    • When thinking about dinner tonight come support Jacket Volleyball by eating dinner at McDonald’s tonight!
    • Our Jackets Volleyball cruised to a straight set victory over the Stallions last week. Tomorrow night, the girls travel back to Mesquite to take on the Skeeters.
    • FFA meets this Thursday, September 21st at the  Rockwall Ag Facility, at 6:30 p.m. You don’t want to miss out, because there will be free pizza and ice cream.
    • Jacket TV will hold auditions Wednesday, September 27th, at 4pm in room 2404. Anchor positions will be for Sports, Clubs and Organizations, and Entertainment. Audition packets will be in Mr. Terry’s office. Packets must be turned in no later than next Tuesday, September 26th. See Mrs. Mayo in room 2404 with any questions.
    • Class of 2018, your class dues of $100 will be due no later than December 15th. This money pays for your prom ticket. Please take your dues to Mrs. Purnell’s room 1404. Checks need to be made to RHS with your name in the memo line. After December 15th your prom ticket price goes up to $150. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Purnell in room 1404 or Mrs. Morris in room 1403.  
    • Hispanic Heritage month is September 15th through October 15th. It celebrates the histories, cultures, and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. Senora Parker will give us more insight into the celebrations of Hispanic culture throughout the month.

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Friday, September 15, 2017

    • Do you have some time to spare? Come on out and join the Bowling Club! There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday,  September 19th at 4:00 in room 2707 with Coach Almaraz.
    • If you are looking for a club to join, Business Professionals of America may be the one for you.  Business Professionals of America is the premier Career and Technical Student Organization for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields.
    • BPA has 45,000 members in over 1,800 chapters in 25 states and Puerto Rico. Contests include Video Production, Global Marketing, Finance and many more. This is your chance to compete, travel, and network. If interested please come to 2404 for more information.
    • Applications for the National Social Studies Honor Society are due Tuesday September 19th by 4:00pm in room 1510 from Mrs. Krikorian or Mrs. Eidson.
    • Anyone interested in joining National Technical Honor Society needs to stop by Mrs. Webb’s room (1411) to get an application. You need to have at least a 3.5 GPA and have taken at least two CTE courses. You could currently be in your 2nd CTE course. Application deadline is September 19.  
    • All young women interested in math and science are encouraged to join the Society of Women Engineers. The first meeting of the year will be Wednesday, September 20th, after school at 4 in room 2307.
    • Student council is hard at work making this year’s homecoming better than ever. There will be a series of videos with homecoming information about voting, tickets, and theme days. Today they’re here with us to give us information about voting.

     

    TAKE STUCO VOTING

    • Thanks Student Council. Make sure you are prepared to vote for your class this coming Monday during your advisory period. And if you’ve missed Leo and I together, tune in Monday to vote your favorite anchors Queen and King. Sorry Lance.
    • Today is the last day to buy your 2018 yearbook with one line of personalization and get FOUR FREE ICONS. You may pay by credit card at jostensyearbooks.com or by cash or check (made payable to RHS). Pick up an order form at the front desk, and send payment to Mrs. Applegate in room #1401. If you have any questions, please email: jessica.applegate@rockwallisd.org.
    • The Jackets Volleyball team takes on North Mesquite tonight at North Mesquite High School. JV plays at 5:30 and Varsity plays at 6:30. If you’re not on your way to the Dragon stadium tonight, head to North Mesquite to catch this match.
    • Support breast cancer awareness as Rockwall Volleyball sells t-shirts for the Pink Out game on October 13th. Shirts are sold until next Sunday, September 17th and will be ready for pick up on October first at Rockwall Sports. Come early, wear pink, and be loud.
    • Today the Jackets play Southlake Carroll at the Dragon Stadium starting at 7:30. And who better to get us ready for the game then the man in charge around this campus----Dr. Gober

     

    TAKE GOBER

    •  Thank you Dr. Gober. And again congratulations to Rockwall’s two National Merit Scholars semifinalist. Parker Basset and Kevin Demars.
    • Jacket TV will hold auditions Wednesday, September 27th at 4pm in room 2404. Anchor positions will be for Sports, Clubs and Organizations, and Entertainment. Audition packets will be in Mr. Terry’s office starting today. Packets must be turned in no later than Tuesday, September 26th. Any questions see Ms. Mayo in 2404.  

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Thursday, September 14, 2017

    • Do you have some time to spare? Come on out and join the Bowling Club! There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday,  September 19th at 4:00 in room 2707 with Coach Almaraz.
    • GSA meets today after school in Mrs. White’s room 2617.  
    • The ASL club is having a Silent Dinner tonight from 5:00-6:00 at Joe Willy’s. Make sure to bring your own money for the meal.
    • If you are looking for a club to join Business Professionals of America may be the one for you.  Business Professionals of America is the premier Career and Technical Student Organization for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields.  BPA has 45,000 members in over 1,800 chapters in 25 states and Puerto Rico. BPA is an organization that supports business and information technology educators by offering exercises based on national standards. Contests include Video Production, Global Marketing, Finance and many more. If interested please come to 2404 for more information.
    • Juniors and Seniors, National Social Studies Honor Society, which honors academic excellence and develops interest in Social Studies courses for High School students, is now taking applications. Requirements and Applications for memberships are available starting today.  Membership is exclusively for Juniors and Seniors with a 3.5 GPA, applications for membership and requirements are available from your Social Studies classes or in room 1510 from Mrs. Krikorian or Mrs. Eidson. Applications are due Tuesday September 19th by 4:00pm.
    • Anyone interested in joining National Technical Honor Society needs to stop by Mrs. Webb’s room (1411) to get an application. You need to have at least a 3.5 GPA and have taken at least two CTE courses. You could currently be in your 2nd CTE course. Application deadline is September 19.
    • All young women interested in math and science are encouraged to join the Society of Women Engineers. The first meeting of the year will be Wednesday, September 20th, after school at 4 in room 2307.
    • Tomorrow is the last day to buy your 2018 yearbook with one line of personalization and get FOUR FREE ICONS. You may pay by credit card at jostensyearbooks.com or by cash or check (made payable to RHS). Pick up an order form at the front desk, and send payment to Mrs. Applegate in room #1401. If you have any questions, please email: jessica.applegate@rockwallisd.org.
    • Support breast cancer awareness as Rockwall Volleyball sells t-shirts for the Pink Out game on October 13th. Shirts are sold until next Sunday, September 17th and will be ready for pick up on October first at Rockwall Sports. Come early, wear pink, and be loud.
    • Tomorrow Rockwall plays Southlake Carroll at the Dragon Stadium starting at 7:30.  We have a new face in the studio to get us excited about tomorrow game.
    • Congratulations to  Rockwall’s two National Merit Scholars semifinalist. Parker Basset and Kevin Demars.
    • We here at Jacket TV will hold auditions Wednesday, September 27th at 4pm in room 2404. Anchor positions will be for Sports, Clubs and Organizations and Entertainment. Audition packets will be in Mr. Terry’s office starting tomorrow. Packets must be turned in no later than Tuesday, September 26th. Any questions see Mayo in 2404.  

     

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Wednesday, September 13, 2017

    • Do you have some time to spare? Come on out and join the Bowling Club! There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday,  September 19th at 4:00 in room 2707 with Coach Almaraz.
    • GSA meets today after school in Mrs. White’s room 2617.  
    • Fashion club had their first meeting this morning, so if you missed it, make sure you check the scrolling for more information on next Wednesday’s meeting.
    • Mu Alpha Theta applications are due to Mrs. Wentzel in room 2410 today at 4pm. Students enrolled in Pre-Cal or higher are eligible to apply. See your math teacher for details. Returning members interested in running for Officer stop by Room 2410 for an application. The first meeting of the year is Friday September 22nd in room 2410 at 8:10 am.
    • Juniors and Seniors, National Social Studies Honor Society which  honors academic excellence and develops interest in Social Studies courses for High School students is now taking applications.Requirements and Applications for memberships are available starting today.
    • Membership is exclusively for Juniors and Seniors with a 3.5 GPA, applications for membership and requirements are available from your Social Studies classes or in room 1510 from Mrs. Krikorian or Mrs. Eidson. Applications are due Tuesday September 19th by 4:00pm.
    • Anyone interested in joining National Technical Honor Society needs to stop by Mrs. Webb’s room (1411) to get an application. You need to have at least a 3.5 GPA and have taken at least two CTE courses.  You could currently be in your 2nd CTE course.  Application deadline is September 19.  
    • Do you have an interest in learning how to debate competitively? The RHS Speech and Debate team invites YOU to their informational meeting after school today at 4:00, in Ms. Wallace's room, 2403.
    • All young women interested in math are science are encouraged to join the Society of Women Engineers. The first meeting of the year will be Wednesday, September 20th, after school at 4 in room 2307.
    • Buy your 2018 yearbook with one line of personalization and get FOUR FREE ICONS until this Friday. You may pay by credit card at jostensyearbooks.com or by cash or check (made payable to RHS). Pick up an order form at the front desk, and send payment to Mrs. Applegate in room #1401. If you have any questions, please email: jessica.applegate@rockwallisd.org.
    • The Varsity Tennis team traveled over to Mesquite Horn yesterday to play the Jaguars! They defeated the Jags  20-1! Way to go Jackets! They will play Kaufman this Friday at home, so come over to the stadium before you head to volleyball game or head out to Southlake because we will be there playing @ 3:45pm!!
    • The RHS Jackets Volleyball took on the Lobos of Longview in their second district match. Varsity finished off the Lobos in a fourth set. The JV continued the winning streak by overwhelming the Lobos in straight sets. The freshman dismantled Longview, and both the A and B team beat the lobos. Way to go jackets!
    • And speaking of volleyball, Support breast cancer awareness as Rockwall Volleyball sells t-shirts for the Pink Out game on October 13th. Shirts are sold until next Sunday, September 17th and will be ready for pick up on October first at Rockwall Sports. Come early, wear pink, and be loud.
    • This Friday Rockwall plays Southlake Carroll at the Dragon Stadium starting at 7:30.

     

     

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Tuesday, September 12, 2017

    • Tomorrow morning, HOSA meets in room 1518. Then Thursday morning the Chain Reaction Club meets at 8:00am in the Library.  Everyone is invited to come and join Chain Reaction Club. And there is a GSA meeting on Thursday, after school, in Mrs. White’s room.
    • Mu Alpha Theta applications are due to Mrs. Wentzel in room 2410 by tomorrow at 4pm. Students enrolled in Pre-Cal or higher are eligible to apply. See your math teacher for details. Returning members interested in running for Officer stop by Room 2410 for an application. The first meeting of the year is Friday September 22nd in room 2410 at 8:10 am.
    • Juniors and Seniors, National Social Studies Honor Society which  honors academic excellence, and develops interest in Social Studies courses for High School students, is now taking applications.  Requirements and Applications for memberships are available starting today.
    • Membership is exclusively for Juniors and Seniors with a 3.5 GPA, applications for membership and requirements are available from your Social Studies classes or in room 1510 from Mrs. Krikorian or Mrs. Eidson. Applications are due Tuesday September 19th by 4:00pm.
    • Anyone interested in joining National Technical Honor Society needs to stop by Mrs. Webb’s room (1411) to get an application. You need to have at least a 3.5 GPA and have taken at least two CTE courses.  You could currently be in your 2nd CTE course.  Application deadline is September 19.  
    • Do you have an interest in learning how to debate competitively? The RHS Speech and Debate team invites YOU to their informational meeting after school today at 4:00, in Ms. Wallace's room, 2403.
    • The Fishing Club will meet tomorrow morning at 8am in Coach Marshall's room 3605. If you are fishing the first tournament at Lake Ray Hubbard this weekend you must be in attendance.
    • Buy your 2018 yearbook with one line of personalization and get FOUR FREE ICONS until September 15. You may pay by credit card at jostensyearbooks.com or by cash or check (made payable to RHS). Pick up an order form at the front desk, and send payment to Mrs. Applegate in room #1401. If you have any questions, please email: jessica.applegate@rockwallisd.org.
    • The JV 2 tennis team played Wills Point yesterday at home and won 22-7.  Way to go tennis!
    • It’s match day! Rockwall plays Longview at Longview high school tonight beginning with JV at 5:30 and Varsity at 6:30.
    • Support Breast Cancer Awareness as Rockwall Volleyball sells t-shirts for the Pink Out game on October 13th. Shirts are sold until next Sunday, September 17th and will be ready for pick up on October first at Rockwall Sports. Come early, wear pink, and be loud
    • This Friday Rockwall plays Southlake Carroll at the Dragon Stadium starting at 7:30. This is the first district game so you don’t want to miss it.
    • Much like we challenged Rockwall ISD to support hurricane Harvey victims at our first home game, Carroll ISD is challenging 11 campuses to participate in a gift card drive for Southeast Texas schools, and the winner will be announced during our game on friday night.

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Monday, September 5, 2017

    • After a triumphant win against Highland Park High School and a three day weekend, we’re back to class and ready to learn. Congratulations Jackets!
    • This Friday, September 8th the Rockwall YellowJackets take on the Rowlett Eagles at Cotton Bowl stadium. The game begins at 8:30 pm, so there is plenty of time to make it out to the Cotton Bowl stadium. Come support the team by sitting in the student swarm.
    • Reserved and general admission tickets are available in the RHS Athletics office Friday until noon, so make sure you get yours fast. Adults are $5 and Students are $3.
    • The Jacket Backers organization will be selling SWARM T-Shirts this Friday at the RHS Football game. The shirts cost $10 each. Proceeds go to supporting our teams. Please look for their table when you arrive at the stadium.
    • Spanish Club will meet in room 2420, Thursday September 7th at 4pm.
    • Do you love to discuss conspiracy theories? Or do you want an audience to read your poetry? The Poetry and conspiracy club will meet in Mrs. Denny’s room 2502 after school today. All are welcome.
    • If you are interested in the medical field then HOSA is the club for you, the first meeting is tomorrow morning in room 1518.
    • Buy your 2018 yearbook with one line of personalization and get FOUR FREE ICONS until September 15. You may pay by credit card at jostensyearbooks.com or by cash or check (made payable to RHS). Pick up an order form at the front desk, and send payment to Mrs. Applegate in room #1401. If you have any questions, please email: jessica.applegate@rockwallisd.org.
    • The PTA will have a table set up during all lunches to sell $10 t-shirts and sign students up for the RHS PTA. Students who join PTA by September 30th are entered in a giveaway for a $25 gift card of their choice to Chiloso, Chick-Fil-A, Bubble Bubble, or Starbuck’s.  
    • Classes in room 2711 are still looking for box tops to help send Cullins elementary students to camp. If you’d like to help, visit room 2711.
    • The first robotics club meeting for the year is today at 6 pm. For more information, see Mrs. Letlow or Mr. Charbonneau.
    • This week is college week at RHS, ending Monday, September 11th, with College Night at Rockwall-Heath High School from 6-8 pm.
    • This Friday, September 8th, the first NHS meeting of the year will be held in the theater starting at 8:10 am. The meeting is mandatory, and after 8:10, you will be counted late.
    • The National Art Honor Society will have their first meeting on tomorrow Sept 6th, at 8am in room 3707.
    • Rockwall High School Student Council, PALS and Helping Hands, collected supplies and personal items as part of a Hurricane Harvey relief effort last friday night at the game. The RHS community donated over sixty five thousand pounds of supplies needed.  A big thank you to those who showed their support.
    • In sports news, the RHS volleyball team needs you at the home game tonight at Rockwall. The JV plays Sachse at 5:30 and Varsity plays Sachse at 6:30.
    • Support breast cancer awareness as Rockwall Volleyball sells t-shirts for the Pink Out game on October 13th. Shirts are sole until September 17th and will be ready for pick up on October first at Rockwall Sports. Come early, wear pink, and be loud.
    • That’s all we have for today have a excellent day RHS.

    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Thursday, August 31, 2017

    • Students need your help collecting aluminum cans for elderly people in the community. These students are also collecting BOX TOPS to help send Cullins Elementary students to camp. To support either cause, or for more information, visit room 2711.
    • Tomorrow the Rockwall Yellowjackets football team will play Highland Park at Wilkerson Sanders Stadium starting at 7:30. Come early and sit in the Student Swarm to cheer on our team.
    • Reserved and general admission tickets are available in the RHS Athletics office Friday until noon, so make sure you get yours fast. Adults are $5 and Students are $3.
    • The Jacket Backers organization will be selling SWARM T-Shirts this Friday at the RHS Football game. The shirts cost $10 each. Proceeds go to supporting our teams. Please look for their table when you arrive at the stadium.
    • Tomorrow’s pep rally theme is "In Webb We Trust".  Remember to wear USA attire or a Rockwall High School t-shirt in order to attend the pep rally. We only have so much room to hold our spirited students, so make sure you dress accordingly.
    • Students will report to 3rd period and will be released to the gym only by announcement. When called down, all students who are wearing USA theme or RHS spirit wear will then be released to the gym. Students, please leave backpacks in the classroom.
    • Spanish Club will meet in room 2420 on Thursday, September 7th at 4pm.
    • Please notice the No Parking signs on Kyle Drive. The City of Rockwall no longer allows parking on Kyle Drive, and is patrolled by the Rockwall Police Department. If you choose to disregard these signs you may get a parking ticket.
    • Buy your 2018 yearbook with one line of personalization and get FOUR FREE ICONS until September 15. You may pay by credit card at jostensyearbooks.com or by cash or check (made payable to RHS). Pick up an order form at the front desk, and send payment to Mrs. Applegate in room #1401. If you have any questions, please email: jessica.applegate@rockwallisd.org.
    • The PTA will have a table set up during all lunches to sell $10 t-shirts and sign students up for the RHS PTA. Students who join PTA by September 30th are entered in a giveaway for a $25 gift card of their choice to Chiloso, Chick-Fil-A, Bubble Bubble, or Starbuck’s.
    • The first robotics club meeting for the year is Tuesday, September 5th, at 6 pm. For more information, see Mrs. Letlow or Mr. Charbonneau.
    • And looking ahead, next week is college week at RHS, ending Monday, September 11th, with College Night at Rockwall-Heath High School from 6-8 pm.
    • The National Art Honor Society will have their first meeting on Wednesday Sept 6 at 8am in room 3707.
    • Rockwall High School Student Council, PALS and Helping Hands, will collect supplies and personal items as part of a Hurricane Harvey relief effort prior to the Highland Park High School vs Rockwall High School football game tomorrow night. Look for the Helping Hands truck in the parking lot of Wilkerson-Sanders Stadium.
    • Here are a few of the items needed. Toiletries, shoes and socks, bedding and pillows, diapers, baby wipes, baby formula and food, coloring books, crayons, and wheelchairs.
    • Also, pet products, Insulin, cell phone chargers feminine hygiene products, power strips ,wet wipes, and clothing (especially in XL & XXL sizes)
    • Many of our own faculty and students have family that have been affected by Hurricane Harvey, and these small donations that you bring tomorrow to the stadium come with a big thank you for helping out.  

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Wednesday, August 30, 2017

    • Classes in room 2711 need your help collecting aluminum cans for elderly taxpayers living on fixed incomes. These students are also collecting BOX TOPS to help send Cullins Elementary students to camp. To support either cause, or for more information, visit room 2711.
    • This Friday, September 1st, the Rockwall Yellowjackets football team will play Highland Park at Wilkerson Sanders Stadium starting at 7:30. Come early, sit in the Student Swarm, and cheer on our team.
    • All tickets can be purchased online beginning Monday of each week. Reserved and general admission tickets are available online or in the RHS Athletics office Monday-Thursday, from 8-4 & Friday until noon each week. Adults are $5 and Students are $3.
    • Please notice the No Parking signs on Kyle Drive. The City of Rockwall no longer allows parking on Kyle Drive, and is patrolled by the Rockwall Police Department. If you choose to disregard these signs you may get a parking ticket.
    • The PTA will have a table set up during all lunches starting today to sell $10 t-shirts, and sign-up students up for the RHS PTA. Students who join PTA by September 30th are entered in a giveaway for a $25 gift card of their choice to Chiloso’s, Chick-Fil-A, Bubble Bubble, or Starbuck’s.  
    • A shout out to one of our Awesome Administrators here at RHS who has demonstrated that learning doesn’t end after high school by completing her Doctorate Degree and Dissertation Defense. CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR OWN DR. MICHELLE KINDRED!!
    • Speaking of girl power, the Lady Jackets remain unbeaten on their home court after outlasting a talented squad from McKinney. Rockwall ended with a 15-10 win to seal the match. In the end, it took exceptional ball control to help Rockwall beat the Lions.
    • The junior varsity improved to 4-0 in impressive fashion Tuesday night, eliminating McKinney in 2 sets. Congrats to both the Varsity and JV teams.
    • The first robotics club meeting for the year is next Tuesday, September 5th, at 6 pm. For more information, see Mrs. Letlow
    • Looking for a club to examine the evidence of Christianity? The Reasonable Faith Club is held Mondays at 3:55-4:45 in Ms. Gilliland’s Room 3513.
    • If you’re looking for a volunteer-based organization, the first Key Club meeting is next Thursday, September 7th.  ALL are welcome to attend in room 3708 at 8 a.m.
    • There will be a fishing club meeting in Room 3605 tomorrow morning at 8am. Please come if you are interested in the club, or interested in fishing bass tournaments for RHS this year.
    • Friday's pep rally theme is "In Webb We Trust".  Remember to wear USA attire or a Rockwall High School t-shirt in order to attend the pep rally. We only have so much room to hold our spirited students, so make sure you dress accordingly.
    • And looking ahead, next week is college week at RHS, ending Monday, September 11th, with College Night at Rockwall-Heath High School from 6-8 pm.
    • Lastly, if you’re tired of seeing me everyday, the Jacket TV crew is looking for more anchors. All students Juniors and below are eligible, and more information will be given at a later date.

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Tuesday, August 29, 2017

      

    • Classes in room 2711 need your help collecting aluminum cans for elderly taxpayers living on fixed incomes. These students are also collecting BOX TOPS to help send Cullins Elementary students to camp. To support either cause, or for more information, visit room 2711.
    • The Theatre Department will be hosting a back to school meeting today in the Blackbox Theatre room 2812. The meeting is open to anyone interested in the 2017-2018 Season and upcoming audition information.
    • This Friday, September 1st, the Rockwall Yellowjackets football team will play Highland Park at Wilkerson Sanders Stadium starting at 7:30. Come early and sit in the Student Swarm to cheer on our team.
    • All tickets can be purchased online beginning the Monday of each week. Reserved and general admission tickets are available online or in the RHS Athletics office Monday-Thursday, from 8-4 & Friday until noon each week. Adults are $5 and Students are $3.
    • Tennis started off their season on August 7th and haven't slowed down yet. Tomorrow begins Districts, but they already have wins over Lindale, Van, Spring Hill Longview, Duncanville, Flower Mound, and Sachse. Show your support and cheer on the Varsity and JV1 teams beginning matches this week.
    • Remember that there will be no food or drinks allowed in the library this year. Please be aware that you will not be allowed in if you violate this rule.
    • Please notice the No Parking signs on Kyle Drive. The City of Rockwall no longer allows parking on Kyle Drive, and is patrolled by the Rockwall Police Department. If you choose to disregard these signs you may get a parking ticket.
    • The PTA will have a table set up during all lunches starting this Wednesday to sell $10 t-shirts and sign students up for the RHS PTA. Students who join PTA by September 30th are entered in a giveaway for a $25 gift card of their choice to Chiloso’s, Chick-Fil-A, Bubble Bubble, or Starbuck’s.
    • Looking for a club to examine the evidence of Christianity? The Reasonable Faith Club is held Mondays at 3:55-4:45 in Ms. Gilliland’s Room 3513.
    • If you’re looking for a volunteer-based organization, the first Key Club meeting is next Thursday, September 7th.  ALL are welcome to attend in room 3708 at 8 a.m.
    • There will be a fishing club meeting in Room 3605 Thursday morning at 8am.  Please come if you are interested in the club or interested in fishing bass tournaments for RHS this year.
    • Friday's pep rally theme is "In Webb We Trust".  Remember to wear USA attire or Rockwall High School t-shirt in order to attend the pep rally. We only have so much room to hold our spirited students, so make sure you dress accordingly.

     


    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Monday, August 28, 2017

    • Welcome back, Rockwall for another great year. We would also like to welcome you to your Advisory period. From now on third period will be used for the announcements, and for an opportunity for more collaborative learning among teachers and your peers.

    • Take this time as an opportunity to expand your knowledge with others. Speaking of helping others, Classes in room 2711 need your help collecting aluminum cans for elderly taxpayers living on fixed incomes.  These students are also collecting BOX TOPS to help send Cullins Elementary students to camp. To support either cause, or for more information, visit room 2711.

    • The RHS library is open today and has a fresh new makeover. You’ll notice the great seating and new technology center along with the new carpet. There will be no food or drinks allowed in the library this year. Please be aware that you will not be allowed in if you violate this rule.  

    • Speaking of rules, it’s time to meet the new man in charge of keeping our school safe and in order. It’s time to meet Officer Gaines.

      Introduction:  Hello, I am Officer Gaines with the Rockwall Police Department.  I will be the School Resource Officer at Rockwall High School this year.  I would like to welcome you back to school and start by advising you of some safety and parking concerns around Rockwall High School.

      Safety:  Changes in Traffic Patterns when entering the driveway from Kyle Dr.  Students for your safety when you are crossing Yellow Jacket please make sure you activate the cross walk caution lights by pushing the button and use the crosswalk to cross.

      Parking:   The area on Kyle St in front of the football stadium has been an issue in the past with people parking where it is not authorized.  If you park in an area where there is a NO PARKING sign posted or the curb is painted as a no parking area you will be ticketed so please avoid parking in these areas.  If you need me for anything my Office is in room # 2509 I will be happy to help any way I can.

    • Thank you, Officer Gaines. For those of you new to Rockwall, we have three lunches during your fifth period class. Teachers if you will go over this with your students today before fifth period.

    • Please notice the No Parking signs on Kyle Drive. The City of Rockwall no longer allows parking on Kyle Drive, and is patrolled by the Rockwall Police Department. If you choose to disregard these signs you may get a parking ticket.

    • The PTA will have a table set up during all lunches starting this Wednesday to sell $10 t-shirts and sign students up for the RHS PTA. Students who join PTA by September 30th are entered in a giveaway for a $25 gift card of their choice to Chiloso’s, Chick-Fil-A, Bubble Bubble, or Starbuck’s.

    • Looking for a club to examine the evidence of Christianity? The Reasonable Faith Club is held Mondays at 3:55-4:45 in Ms. Gilliland’s Room 3513.

    • If you’re looking for a volunteer-based organization, the first Key Club meeting is next Thursday, September 7th.  ALL are welcome to attend in room 3708 at 8 a.m. 

    • Well, this might be my last first day of school, but it’s only our first Gober Facetime for the year. Let’s go to Gober for more.

    • Thanks Dr. Gober. The Lady Jacket Volleyball Team defeated Southlake Carroll to win the Battle of the Rock tournament.  

    • This Friday, September 1st, the Rockwall Yellowjackets football team will play Highland Park at Wilkerson Sanders Stadium starting at 7:30. Come early and sit in the Student Swarm to cheer on our team. Tickets are sold in the athletics office through lunches Friday afternoon.

    • All Students scheduled for baseball 4th period with Coach Payne will meet today on the baseball field. And all Students scheduled in for 4th period soccer with Coach Lehman will meet today in room 3713.