The Rossview Playhouse proudly presents, DEARLY BELOVED, by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten November 3rd, 4th, and 5th in the Rossview High School main theatre at 7:00 PM. This joyful Southern-fried comedy about love, marriage, sisterhood, and three hundred pounds of good, ol’ pit barbecue is pure hilarity, Texas style! An over-the-top wedding, three feuding sisters, and a church full of small-town eccentrics will have you laughing all the way down the aisle! Tickets are $5.00 on GoFan.com. See you there!
On Friday, October 28, Rossview High had its first Trunk or Treat & Fall Festival. Clubs and Sports all contributed to the booths as well as food trucks. The decorations were amazing. It was a huge success1! The community came out and shared in all the fun. Thank you to Jayme Stanley who did an amazing job in organizing the event.
On Wednesday, October 26, the Marine Corps came to speak to the junior and senior classes of the Fire Management Program, under the instruction of Caleb Slaughter, about the possibility of becoming a firefighter in the Marines on Wednesday, October 26.
All CMCSS high schools host a Stop, Drop, FAFSA event for 12th-grade students. School leaders help students understand the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) process, answer questions regarding the application, and assist with the next steps.
Confusion surrounding the FAFSA application process is one of the most common reasons students do not fill out the forms. School leaders encourage all CMCSS Seniors to complete the application to know of any aide available to them. Many colleges, universities, and technical schools require completion of the FAFSA as part of the admission process, whether students qualify or not. The TN Promise requires completion of the application by March 1.
The application period for the 2023-2024 school year opened on October 1, 2022. The earlier families apply, the better their chance of receiving financial resources.
The cast and crew for THAT’S NOT HOW I REMEMBER IT by Don Zolidis took BEST ENSEMBLE 2022 at the TENNESSEE THEATRE ASSOCIATION ONE ACT PLAY FESTIVAL on Thursday and Friday, October 21 and 22!!! They were 4th overall and Jaden Edwards received Best Supporting Actor, and Mallory Skernivitz and Riley Weeks received All Star Ensemble honors! We will perform this One Act in March for THSSDL, but stay tuned for our Fall Play DEARLY BELOVED which will be debuting November 3rd, 4th, and 5th in the RHS theatre at 7:00 PM each night! Please come see the many talents and spend an evening laughing and enjoying our show!!🎭❤️
Seniors…Interested in a career in teaching? If you would like to hear more about how you can obtain your teaching degree in 3 years, tuition free, while working in our school system, earning a salary and gaining valuable experience, contact your guidance counselor by Friday, October 28, so you can receive your invitation to learn more. Seniors must have a 3.0 GPA or 21 on the ACT.
The mission of Rossview High School is to empower all students to become productive citizens in an ever-changing world through a commitment to academic excellence and personal responsibility. Pride, Tradition, Excellence...We Are Rossview