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What Happened to The RBMS Art Club?

Joshua Grimes and Connor Black , Editor and Reporter/Writer January 18, 2022

The RBMS Art Club was a student-led club that was the biggest at the school. It had around 75 students attending the meetings and the school raised 209 dollars. Recently the club has shut down and some...

Outside Lunch

Outside Lunch

Alyse Kavanaugh, Reporter/Writer December 15, 2021

About two weeks ago RBMS staff decided to let students sit outside at the newly established lunch tables. The staff wanted to have students enjoy the weather, and they were worried about space last year...

A Breath of Fresh Air

A Breath of Fresh Air

Joshua Grimes, Editor December 15, 2021

Here at RBMS, we have gotten six brand new lunch tables outside the lunchroom. These tables which originally came at the beginning of November will be used for lunch and a bit differently from grade to...

No Place For Hate Club

No Place For Hate Club

Riley Freeburg, Editor December 15, 2021

No Place for Hate is a movement across schools where we try to stop the spread of bullying or discrimination of any kind. Of course these things are inevitable but the movement does at least decrease it. This...

A Mini Movement

A Mini Movement

Riley Freeburg, Editor December 15, 2021

As you might’ve heard, RBMS is booming with all kinds of new clubs this year! From baking to soccer we just have it all, but the one I am going to be talking about is especially new. It is called, ‘Stewards...

Day of Infamy

Day of Infamy

Kaleb Bielfeldt, Reporter/Writer December 7, 2021

On the morning of December 7, 1941 a wave of Japanese Zeros began their first of many attacks on the island of Oahu. This day would become the largest attack on US soil until 9/11.  The attack on Pearl...

A Day of Rememberance

A Day of Rememberance

Kaleb Bielfeldt, Reporter/Writer November 15, 2021

Since the day this country was founded men and women have stood on the frontlines to defend our freedom. From the American Revolution to the wars in the middle east we have stood up and recognized these...

 Cheer performance at a Pep Rally from 2018

The Pep is Back

Joshua Grimes, Editor November 9, 2021

Here at RBMS, we are going to have a pep rally on November 17th. This will include members in the show who will be Sliver Stars, Step Team, Band, and Athletics. There will be performers from Sliver Stars,...

Pink For Progress!

Pink For Progress!

Riley Freeburg, Editor November 9, 2021

Why are all the RBMS Silver Stars and Cheerleaders wearing pink to the games? “We wear it for Breast Cancer awareness,” said Presley Borie, a 7th grade Silver Star. This is a tradition the Silver Stars...

The Remembrance of 9/11

The Remembrance of 9/11

Kaleb Bielfeldt, Reporter/Writer September 24, 2021

September 11th, 2001 shocked the U.S emotionally and economically when 2 hijacked American Airlines Boeing 767s crashed into the World Trade Centers while other terrorist attacks were carried out across...

The library is where the NJHS meetings take place

NJHS Election Season

Joshua Grimes, Editor September 10, 2021

The NJHS officer elections have started and the vote will be held at the end of this September. Many people are running for the positions of President, Vice President, Treasurer, Historian, and Secretary....

Virtual Again?!

Virtual Again?!

Riley Freeburg, Editor September 10, 2021

Just when you think it’s over it just keeps going. There’s been rumor that LISD schools are going half virtual all over again. Although this has not been proven to be in action currently, it might...

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