RHHS Fall Spirit Week and Homecoming
During Spirit Week before homecoming on Friday, October 7th, the candidates were selected for Fall Homecoming Court. The senior class nominated Kylie McBride, Jenna Nussbaum and Savanna Renollet as the queen candidates. King candidates nominated were Griffin McBride, Hunter Forsberg and Richard Browning. Attendants were juniors Hannah Farber and Ben Black, Emily Adler and Grant Scheer, sophomores and Jayden Chickadonz and Koby Campbell, freshmen.
During halftime the coronation of royalty was held; this happens every year, but only once has it happened that brother and sister were selected as King – Griffin McBride and Queen – Kylie McBride.
Although the Rocket Football team following a three game in a row winning streak tried, but were not able to out score the McPherson Bull Pups (8-44), students were able to still have fun and ‘cut loose’ at the dance at the high school commons following the game.
During RHHS Spirit Week students enjoyed participating in daily themes/dress – Disney day, Cowboys vs. Country Club day, class color day and always Friday-Spirit day, Tuesday was fall picture day, Wednesday was Community Service day, and Friday students participated in a pep assembly in the main gym at 2:15 p.m.
During the pep assembly Football Coach, Asst. Softball Coach, RHHS Math Teacher and the originator of Community Service day Ray Boese was presented an honorary plaque for his continued support of the yearly program for 15 years.
What a fun filled, enthusiastic, jamm packed week! Way to go Rockets!!!