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RLHS Thespians Teach RPS Students How to Bounce with Tigger!!

RLHS 1st Place Clara Coker

Cougar Family in Action

RLHS 2nd Place Christa Niemeyer
3rd Place Brittney Martinez
RLES 5th Graders Visit Inner Space Caverns in Georgetown

Cougars Dedicate Coach G Memorial Scoreboard

1st Place Hannah Willberg 

Thespian Cougars Reading to RPS Cougars

Lady Coogs Earn Coach Wayne Carter his 400th Career Win!

The Road to Success is Full of Encouragement

Special Thanks to Conners Crushed Stone and Hughes Spring Bank in Lott

Cougars Reading for the Future

New Varsity Cheer Squad Prepares for the 2018-2019 School Year

2018 RLISD Homecoming Court

2018 Homecoming Queen Isabella Mallory and her father

3rd Place  Madison Panos

Homecoming King and Queen, Demetrio Castillo and Isabella Mallory

RLHS 3rd Place McKinzie McGinnis

2nd Place Zanadi Burns

RLISD Is Committed to "Keep Moving Forward"

1st Place Mikayla Edwards
2nd Place Mario Watson
Ty Stock signing his commitment papers to Schreiner University with Mom and Dad!

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Board Sets the Official RLES Move-in for August, 2019

RLES School Opening Officially Set for August, 2019 The RLISD Board of Trustees met for their Regular monthly Board meeting on Monday night January 28, 2019. During the meeting, they listened to input from a variety of sources on the current status of RLES, STAAR testing preparation, teacher surveys, potential expenditures, and the waste water treatment plant (WWTP) for RLES. While the RLES facility is now 98% complete with the exception of the WWTP, the WWTP permit is in place, and the installation contractor is eager to begin installation, we cannot control the weather. When we poured the RLES slab a year ago, we hit no water all the way to 20 feet. The water table is now so high that we are hitting water at 18 inches. Depending upon how much rain we are still to receive and how quickly the water table recedes, we still hope to get the WWTP installed within the next month. However, with these facts in hand and other impending costs that saved by postponing the move-in date, the Board of Trustees has voted 6-0 to postpone the move-in date for RLES to the beginning of the 2019-2020 school year. As the building is ready and we have a certificate of occupancy, we will have a grand opening ceremony that will be highly publicized in advance. We will even plan some activities in the facility during the remainder of this school year. We have all waited a long time for this moment and I believe that you are going to enjoy a wonderful, new facility that will be the center of community activities for decades to come. Thank you for your patience and excitement! As always, I promise to keep you in the loop as the future begins to unfold.

Enhanced Security at RLMS/HS Continues to Grow

While we have had no major incidents at RLISD, nothing is more important to us than the safety of our kids and teachers while they are here at school. To improve security, the southern gate to the complex on CR 3005 will be closed at 8:15 everyday and will not reopen until school is dismissed at 3:30. The student parking has been moved to the concrete parking area between the main entrance and Highway 77. The entrance/exit for the building will be the main front entrance of the High School. All visitors to the building will be greeted by Mrs. Pineda or Mrs. Pitts and must present a Driver's License or photo ID to do a quick background check (Raptor) before being allowed access to the facility..
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