Behind the Lens

Natalie Jecmenek, Staff Writer
January 23, 2014

Out of the many clubs RHHS has to offer, Photo Club is specifically geared for photographers. They have meetings each month from 4:00-4:30 pm in room 1411.This group combines many different types of students, all with one thing in common: photography. “It’s basically a casual, ordinary gathering... Read more »

Excellence in the Classroom

Maryellen Lee, Staff Writer
January 23, 2014

Mr. Ewert is one of the economics teachers at RHHS. Ewert is from Topeka, Kansas and he attended Trinity University, in San Antonio, getting his bachelor’s degree in 1999. Later, he received his master’s in 2006 at Texas Tech. He has two daughters one named Claire who is six years old and goes to... Read more »

Mayday Parade- Monsters in the Closet

Aaron Schulman, Staff Writer
January 22, 2014

Newspaper publishes a new music spotlight every month or so. This month the music review was based around the thoughts of aaron, senor, and new member to our writing staff. He wrote the ideas he has and ideas of others. By Aaron Schulman Tired of all the same old songs playing over and over on the radio?... Read more »

Hopelessly Devoted…to Grease

Juliette Daniel, Writer
January 22, 2014

The well-known Oscar nominated movie and popular 70’s film, Grease, hit the stage at RHHS Thursday, January 9th through Saturday, January 11th. The musical had three showings in the PAC (Performing Arts Center). The doors opened at 7:30 p.m. and tickets went on sale for $10 students and $12 for adults.... Read more »

Look at Me; I’m Jade Keath

Jacqueline Villagomez, Writer
January 21, 2014

Theatre arts performed the 1978 musical film production Grease; the story of two high school lovers in the 50’s. The cast showed off their talents such as singing, dancing, and acting. One particular cast member who excelled was senior Jade Keath, who conquered the role of Olivia Newton-John’s,... Read more »

FCCLA Color Run

Shelby Mae Coleman, Staff Writer
January 21, 2014

Put on your running shoes and come support the FCCLA Color Run! On February 22nd at 9 am the run of a lifetime will take place. Coordinator and RHHS Fashion teacher, Julie Durst, said “ Our goal is to raise $10,000 for the Suri Baeza Scholarship and support against domestic violence for women”. She... Read more »

Thirty-One Days Creates a Habit

Blarie Bennett, Staff Writer
January 10, 2014

This years “Adding Value” is an idea one class is taking to heart.  Mrs. Harlan’s advisory class shows how much they care for the school and its well being through their 31 Days of Kindness. A past student of Harlans inspired the idea of this challenge. “A former student of mine…[who]... Read more »