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Rhonda Roberts

Gary Hill
Assistant Principal


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100th Day of School

Daily Announcements

On Saturday, February 16th and Sunday February 17th the One Act Play cast will present a public dress rehearsal of their competition piece, Chemical Imbalance: A Jekyll and Hyde Play.

  • Saturday- Seating at 7. Show at 7:30., Sunday Seating at 2:30 Show at 3:00
  • Admission is free! All performances will be in the elementary cafetorium.

Cheer tryouts will take place Friday, March 15th at 8:30 am. Packets for tryouts are now located in the high school office. A mandatory parent meeting for those wishing to tryout will be held Thursday, February 28th at 6:00 in the high school cafeteria.

Today is our last day of Pennies for Patients. Coins will be collected after school today, so you have a little bit more time to turn in all your coins to your homeroom teacher!  Congratulations to all of you for your tremendous hard work in helping others. Results will be announced after Winter Break.

Results from last night's powerlifting meet

Boys finished 2nd place overall as a Team
Jake Huckaby 2nd, Andrew White 1st, Roman Roberts 4th, Jordan Helms 1st, Lathan Morgan 6thJohn Collier 4th, Carlos Rojas 2nd, Jawad Hussien 12th, Hussien Hussien 8th, James Stacy 9th & Nick Parker 5th

Girls Finished 3rd as a team
Emily Drake 3rd, Felicity Frushour 3rd, Rilee Stewart 2nd, Makenzie Blackwood 1st,, Shaunna Helms 10th, Kelley Wilbur 2nd & Haellie Godwin 2nd

The Redwater Dragon's Varsity Tennis team competed in the Mount Pleasant High School Tennis Tournament yesterday. Congratulations to Margaret Cranford who took First Place in Girl's Singles, Caleb Hays and Jaden King who took First Place in boy's doubles, and Ladina Colombo and Akane Igo who took 4th place in Girl's doubles.

Daily Character Quote: “Our “everyday” to-do list:  Count our blessings, practice kindness, let go of what we can’t control, listen to our hearts, be productive yet calm, and...just breathe.”

Rep. Ratcliffe student program launches for 2018-2019 school year.

Rep. John Ratcliffe’s Congressional Student Leadership Program (CSLP) kicked off yesterday for high school sophomores and juniors across Texas’ 4th District for the 2018-2019 school year. This marks the third year of the program, which has expanded to include four physical meeting locations in Rockwall, Mount Pleasant, Texarkana and Sherman.

The participants will meet three more times throughout the remainder of the school year for sessions that will include educational lectures, research of legislative issues and interactive group projects. They will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the program.

“I’m grateful that we have another great group of students joining us for the Congressional Student Leadership Program this year. Each participant has a strong determination to go above and beyond to become civically involved in their community, and I’m glad for the opportunity we have to help them do just that,” Ratcliffe said. 

CSLP students meet in Texarkana: Meagan Reiter – Hooks High School, Reagan Reiter – Hooks High School, Alyssa Hawley-Twite – Maud High School, Kindra Smith – Maud High School, Payton Windham – Maud High School, Crayton Bradford – Redwater High School, Hollan Borowitz – Texas High School, Reed Henry Russell – Texas High School, Jackson Tye – Texas High School

Cafeteria prices for students for the 2018-2019 school year:

  • Breakfast
  • PK-12 $2.15
  • Lunch
  • PK-5 $2.65 reduced $.40
  • 6-12 $2.75 reduced $.40

Adult lunch prices 

  • Breakfast
  • $2.85
  • Lunch
  • $3.75

In the past students were allowed to charge snacks or a-la-cart items.  This will change this year.  Students who have insufficient funds or a negative balance will be allowed to charge their reimbursable lunch, but not snack or a-la-cart items.