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The senior year in high school always seems to fly by quickly. Our 2017 seniors were recognized at the last home football game on Friday, October 13th. Senior students...

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READERS ARE LEADERS! Congratulations to these elementary students who have met their Accelerated Reading goals for the first six weeks. They were rewarded with ice cream, prizes...

 

 

 

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This year we hear about increased rigor in STAAR testing. Rigor must be combined with relationships, relevance, and results in order to benefit student learning. Rigor refers to the need for...

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A child has only one shot at an education. Parent support and involvement is crucial at both school and at home. Three-week notices were sent home last week. If your child receives a notice...

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As yet another school year is upon us, millions of parents across America are entrusting their precious children to educators in schools. Together, we are the family, the...

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Parents of students in grades 7-12 are urged to sign drug test permission forms and return them to school as soon as possible. The only way the school can test students with a...

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The 2017-2018 school year at Richland Springs began last Monday. Thanks to the teachers and staff and students, we had a great first week of school. This looks to be a great...

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The 2017-2018 school year at Richland Springs began last Monday. Thanks to the teachers and staff and students, we had a great first week of school. Student enrollment for...

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The summer officially ended for Richland Springs staff as they reported for inservice on Monday, August 14th. Thanks to the teachers and staff, we had a great first week of ...

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Summer is winding down. We will soon embark on the 2017-2018 school year at Richland Springs ISD in a few short weeks, and we are eager to welcome our students ...

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The summer will officially end for Richland Springs staff as they report for inservice on Monday, August 14th. The week of inservice allows for updated training of staff for the ...

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Honoring the best overall athletic and academic programs in Texas, the UIL Lone Star Cup is open to all UIL participant high schools. All University Interscholastic League (UIL) member high schools in good academic and athletic eligibility standing will be included for contention. The UIL is based on the...

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Richland Springs will present the 2017 senior class with diplomas at graduation ceremonies at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 26th...

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he First Christian Church will host Baccalaureate Services Sunday, May 21, 2017 at 6 p.m.  Refreshments will be provided for our graduating seniors and guests. Richland...

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The Soil and Water Conservation Board announced this year’s essay contest winners. Area winners were announced in the Senior Division. Kamree Lewis placed...

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The Richland Springs One Act Play, Macbeth, directed by Patsy Hall, did not advance at the Area Contest in San Angelo. Macbeth tied for third place, and Water.....

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The theatre students under the direction of Patsy Hall traveled to Sterling City on Wednesday, March 22 to compete in Bi-District competition. Macbeth advanced to...

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Spring is always a busy time for staff and students and parents. Track meets, golf tournaments, and stock shows don’t stop for Spring Break. Richland Springs’ students....

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Spring is always a busy time for staff and students and parents. Traveling and participating in events such as UIL basketball, UIL track, UIL golf, UIL academics, UIL One ...

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The 4th six weeks grading period ended on Friday, February 17. This means that the 2016-2017 school year is two thirds complete. Parents should receive students’ grades the week of Feb 20-24.  If....

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February 16th is the end of the fourth six-weeks grading period. It’s hard to believe that this school year is two-thirds...

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The first round of STAAR testing begins in just 36 school days on March 28th. Students in grades 4, 5, 7, 8, 9 and 10 will begin...

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The Lady Coyotes are 10-1 in district play and are in sole position of 1st place in the district race. The varsity boys are 8-1 in district play are also in sole position of 1st place in the district race...

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Last Friday ended the 3rd week of the 4th six-week grading period. Student notices of concern will be mailed this week....

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January is School Board Recognition month. Take this opportunity to help acknowledge thousands of public servants who make the time to share their vision and voice about the future of Texas children. A special thanks to our board members: Pres. Jason Lewis, V. Pres. Kay McKee...

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Richland Springs varsity Coyotes won a 92-62 state semifinals victory against Crowell at Tuscola last Friday. It was a cold, drizzly game atmosphere that proved to be an exciting marathon game that lasted for over 3 1/2 hours. Wednesday, December 14th, the Coyotes...

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WOW! The Richland Springs Coyotes are headed to another State Championship. The road to the state championship travels through Balmorhea at AT&T Stadium on Wednesday, December 14th at 4:00 p.m. The Coyotes are excited about traveling to Arlington and playing in AT&T...

Richland Springs Earn a D8 with F8 at AT&T Stadium.....Domin8 Crowell... 92-62

EIGHT" is the buzzword and "DOMIN8" has been the war cry of the Mighty Coyotes of Richland Springs this year in their quest for a historical EIGHTH State Championship. The Coyotes have "DOMIN8ED" !!!.....11 of their 13 victories were ended early due to the 45 point "Mercy Rule" and...

Richland Springs Advance to State Semi-Finals....Crush Calvert...86-36

The Mighty Coyotes of Richland Springs invoked the Mercy Rule in last Saturday Night's Play-off contest with the Calvert Trojans in Hico. The game was billed as the match-up of the year....the #1 ranked Coyotes versus the #2 ranked Trojans. It couldn't get much better than this...the top two...

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The Thanksgiving holidays are history. It was a busy weekend as the Coyotes played the quarterfinals game at Hico Stadium on Saturday night. Diehard fans showed up early and a standing room only crowd came to see the Coyotes defense and offense dismantle a good...

Coyotes Claim Quarterfinal Crown....Manhandle Milford 78-42

Richland Springs found themselves in a real warzone last Friday night. The skirmish lines were set on the gridiron at Mckamie Field in Gatesville and a raging battle ensued. The # 1 ranked and undefeated Coyotes pitted against the #4 ranked, 10-1 Milford Bulldogs. The Coyotes had not...

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Since upgrades to the district website at http://www.rscoyotes.net/, the district has received an overwhelming amount of positive feedback from students, parents, staff, and community members. Parents have said that they can easily find information on the site, communicate...

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The season of Thanks and Giving is upon us.

Give thanks for friends and schoolmates.

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Last Friday brought an end to the second six-week grading period. This means that roughly one-third of the school year has gone by. Please look for report cards this week. Make sure you...

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This Friday will bring an end to the second six-week grading period. This means that roughly one-third of the school year has gone by. Please look for report cards next week. Make sure you...

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Construction on the new elementary building is nearing completion. We will be in the building near the Thanksgiving break. Please be patient and understanding during the construction process...

Coyotes School Fort WortH THESA....69-14

Halloween came a little early for the Riders from Fort Worth THESA (Texas Home Educators Sports Association) last Friday night at Coyote Field in Richland Springs. They were all dressed...

FIRE PREVENTION DAY

RICHLAND SPRINGS ELEMENTARY STUDENTS INVOLVED IN FIRE PREVENTION DAY