Athlete of the Month

Blaire Bennett, Staff Writer
February 28, 2014

The Lady Hawks Soccer team has dominated this season with win after win; the rising star of the team being junior Lindsay Gardner. Gardner’s hard work and dedication has put her at the top of the soccer program. She has proved herself worthy of the honor of being Athlete of the Month due to the... Read more »

Artist of the Month

February 28, 2014

Junior Logan Sharon here takes art to the next level. She is an AP Studio Art Design student and comes highly recommended by her teacher, Ms. Aston. All of her classmates are extremely impressed by her awesome creations. Currently Sharon is working on her portfolio. She said for this specific piece she... Read more »

Froze the Box-Office

Jacqueline Villagomez, Writer
February 27, 2014

This past winter has everyone Frozen. The Disney animated film Frozen stole majority, if not all, of young childrens’ hearts and surprisingly the older ones too. It has made a profit of nearly $865 million in worldwide box-office sales since its Nov. 22 release, becoming one of Disney’s biggest pictures.... Read more »

Celebrating Choir

Tabitha Herring, Staff Writer
February 27, 2014

Heath’s Choir  Valentine’s Day concert was Thursday, February 13th at 7 p.m. The choir performed a variety of genres and a mixture  of solos and group performances.  The choirs have been working hard and putting much effort toward the concert. They also had expectations of their own for this... Read more »

Youth and Government Dominates At State

February 27, 2014

RHHS’s Youth and Government Club competed in the Y&G State Conference two weeks ago, on Thursday January 30th through Sunday February 2nd.  The  students left for Austin early Thursday morning, and arrived that afternoon, in time to attend meetings and have a mock floor debate. When they... Read more »

The Road to Success

Maryellen Lee, Staff Writer
February 27, 2014

Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) helps its students with organization skills, study skills, and opportunities for the future. AVID offers students more college visits as well as giving them two waivers to take both the ACT and SAT for free their junior and senior year. “We have an opportunity... Read more »

Crazy Runs in the Family

Lauren Homesley
February 27, 2014

Within most families there is usually a dash of crazy in the mix. However, during the concoction of the Weston family, from August: Osage County, the entire bottle of crazy was added to brew. August: Osage County coordinates to the month and location of the film, making this little town on Oklahoma very... Read more »

Make a Wish Week

February 21, 2014

This week RHHS will meet their Make-a-Wish (MAW) child, Logan. In honor of Logan, RHHS is celebrating the week with different festivities each day. There will be a theme for each day and MAW encourages all students to participate. Monday: “Caps for the Cruise” – Wear any hats. Tuesday:... Read more »

Wrestling To State

February 20, 2014

This year the wrestling team showcased their talents by competing against multiple school districts. The wrestling team as a whole ended the season by placing 4th in regionals. Their hard work and perserverance caused one of our very own Heath Hawks, Zac Whitaker to have the opportunity to compete at... Read more »

Senior Directs Rescheduled

February 11, 2014

The senior directed show, The Realm, was rescheduled due to the snow days last week. The show will be in two weeks, possibly the February 21st or 22nd. More updates to come.