Coyote Pride

The Ag Sciences Department is busy preparing for upcoming stock shows. Shawn Dennis says Richland Springs Ag Science students are excited about programs at Richland Springs. The Richland Springs Agriculture Department feeding facility is filling with stock show animals, although many competitors keep their animals at home in order to provide their animals a daily exercise regimen. These students are learning animal husbandry by hands-on learning, in addition to classroom instruction. Mr. Dennis also reminds students to provide covers for their sheared animals, and maintain proper nutrition for their animals, especially during colder weather. Ag mechanics students are putting finishing touches on the new fencing around the high school. Thanks to all the ag students for their hard work!

The junior high squad moves to (3-2) on the season and (0-2) in district with a 21-20 loss to the Cherokee Indian junior high team. The Richland Springs junior high game versus Mullin junior high scheduled at Richland Springs at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday has been cancelled.  Again, no junior high game this Thursday. Congratulations to the varsity Coyotes on their 84-81 victory over the Cherokee Indians. The varsity Coyotes are now District Champions! The varsity Coyotes move to (5-0) on the season and (2-0) in the district race. Friday night was also the last varsity home game of the season. Seniors were introduced during Senior Night. Chase Gossett was named Cheer Beau and Madia Norris was named Football Sweetheart. This Friday’s game at Mullin will be a JV game only. Due to lack of varsity players, Mullin has forfeited the varsity game scheduled for Friday.

            The October 20th FAFSA night for our seniors has been postponed to a later date due to the increase in COVID cases in our county. REMINDER: All seniors must submit their FAFSA application to be eligible for student financial aid.

COVID case updates from Marsha Hardy, Emergency Management Coordinator for San Saba County, reveal 41 active cases in San Saba County. There is now one death due to COVID in San Saba County. With each update to schools, Marsha Hardy includes this message: “Simply: wash your hands, wear your mask, pay attention to your surroundings and, mostly, be kind!” We are fortunate to be in Richland Springs!

October is National Principals’ Month. We celebrate our principal, Rhonda Wyatt, for her leadership and dedication to excellence in education!

We have a great community, students, teachers and staff. It looks to be a great year at Richland Springs.

Community involvement is the key to our success!

Richland Springs JV vs Mullin JV

Friday, October 23rd at Mullin ISD Field


Planning for success