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Stadium renovations moving forward

Matthew Arenas

Things get messy as a SEE Team student separates tomato cages from one another.

Stadium renovations moving forward

Matt Arenas, Staff Reporter

Now that RB has finally received its federal grant of $8.9 million dollars, school administration plans to use a sizable chunk of that money to renovate the home stadium bleachers.  According to Superintendent Kevin Skinkis, the renovation will extend beyond the bleachers and impact the...  Read More »

April 22, 2014 • 0 comments

Skinkis’ contract extended through 2018

Courtesy of RBTV

Superintendent Kevin Skinkis will focus on technology and life safety improvements among his new district goals.

Skinkis’ contract extended through 2018

Lauren Grimaldi, News Editor

On Saturday April 12, at the Committee of the Whole Meeting, the school board voted to extend Superintendent Kevin Skinkis’ contract through June 30, 2018. Skinkis came to the school in 2011 and his original contract was set to expire in summer 2015. “Dr. Skinkis has done a good job here and as...  Read More »

April 15, 2014 • 0 comments

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Features

CAP classes offer assistance for the ACT

CAP classes offer assistance for the ACT

Morgan DiVittorio, Staff Reporter

April 23, students will be taking the most important test of their lives:  the ACT.  Juniors have been preparing for the test in different ways, the most common being to take a CAP class. CAP classes are offered at RB for either one or two semesters, or before or after...  Read More »

April 16, 2014 • 0 comments

Co-editors Heninger and Cunningham lead a new Rouser

Co-editor in chief Alicia Heninger

Co-editors Heninger and Cunningham lead a new Rouser

Killian Elwart, Staff Reporter

Everybody waits all year to receive their yearbooks, while Rouser spends all year making it.  Rouser is a class that allows students to write and set up the yearbook.  Students on Rouser always look for a new style of the yearbook.  The new style will be more advance than last year’s...  Read More »

April 9, 2014 • 0 comments

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Lifestyles

The mesmerizing and astringent effects of the monumental Taco Bell breakfast

The mesmerizing and astringent effects of the monumental Taco Bell breakfast

Zach Hundrieser, Staff Reporter

As a nation, we have been introduced to many advances in life over the course of our history. There have been many great inventions such as the computer, the...  Read More »

April 9, 2014 • 0 comments

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Opinion

The Red Line: Playoffs………Playoffs?!?

The Red Line: Playoffs………Playoffs?!?

Jeremy Baartman, Staff Reporter

It’s the playoffs again! The final stretch, where the stars collide. But which stars will collide...  Read More »

April 20, 2014 • 0 comments

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Sports

New softball coach, same goal

New softball coach, same goal

Steven Baer, Sports Editor

After a poor 2013 season in which the girls’ softball team went 11-21, it was clear that it was time for a change. Coach John Vermillion had done a really solid job in the...  Read More »

April 21, 2014 • 0 comments

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Interactive Media

ClarionLIVE:  Watch the Oscars

ClarionLIVE: Watch the Oscars

Staff

Looking for some friends and fun commentary while you watch this year's Academy Awards?  Click on this story or go to our ClarionLIVE! page to watch the show with A&E...  Read More »

March 1, 2014 • 0 comments

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