Congratulations to the RHS Softball team who beat Northeast High on Thursday April 21, 2022 by a score of 13-5. Seniors and their parents were recognized: Evy Clothier, Jada Washam, Jana Darnell, and Lauren Snyder.
The cast and crew of BAKER’S DOZEN by Pat Cook, the Rossview Playhouse spring competitive one act play, won 1st place at the Tennessee High School Speech and Drama League State Competition held at Northeast State Community College April 21-23. AnnaLee Casto won Best Actress, and Rafael Kenney, Jaden Edwards, Jake Schwankhart, and Allison Wells all were named to the State All-Star Cast. The students successfully defended their State 1st Place title from the last in-person competition held in 2019 where they also won Best Actor along with several named to the State All-Star Cast. The Rossview Playhouse is directed by LuEllyn Boyer Wilcox who is finishing her 33rd year as a teacher and theatre director in CMCSS. Mrs. Wilcox stated that she was proud of the endless hours the cast and crew worked to receive such a great honor for their school and district.
RHS Speech & Debate Team sponsored by Pollyanna Parker had a great THSSDL (Tennessee High School Speech and Drama League) State Tournament! The Interpreters Theatre (Brian Oh, Owen Perrin, Saky Nguyen, Patrick Clapsaddle, Piper Vail, Carlie Viray and Trinity Boase) made finals out of fourteen teams and placed 6th. Piper Vail won the state championship in Congressional Debate. Patrick Clapsaddle placed 3rd in Extemporaneous Speaking; Trinity Boase placed 6th in Poetry Interpretation. Congratulations to all these students and Mrs. Parker for all their hard work.
Congratulations to the following students in the Academy of Media Arts and Technology for their energy-efficient solutions for the district wide Nyrstar Challenge. Layla Young, Joshua Bishop, and Serena Rands placed 2nd , winning $1750 in cash. Jonathan Quarles, Dillan Hart, and Anna Kapinga placed 5th, winning $1000. You can read more about the project on Clarksville Now at the link below. Congratulations to these students for their hard work.
April is the Month of the Military Child. RHS students and staff celebrated our military students with a small reception before school in the front lobby on Thursday, April 14. These students were given stickers so that we could thank them for their sacrifice and know who those students are.
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