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  • Oct. 19 - Financial Aid Night at 6:30 p.m. in Cafeteria
  • Oct. 25-29 - Fall Break
  • Oct. 31 - Trunk or Treat from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in Front Parking Lot
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  • Nov. 17 - Progress Reports in Harmony
  • Nov. 23 - Blood Drive at the Gym
  • Nov. 24-26 - Thanksgiving Break
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12 October 2021

September 29, 2021

Dear RCS Families and Staff,

The RCS Board of Trustees has voted to extend the face covering/mask requirement through October 22nd. The decision was based on a recommendation from the Rush County Health Department and Rush County's current status of high community spread. It is believed that progress is being made and this will get us through the current surge. Hopefully after Fall Break we can make an adjustment. The primary goal remains to keep students and staff healthy, in school on a daily basis, and minimize absenteeism due to contact tracing.

I appreciate the cooperation from our students, families, and staff.


Dr. Vance

08 September 2021

 Dear RCS Families and Staff,

Last evening the RCS Board of Trustees approved an adjustment to our Opening of School Plan. The change involves a requirement for face coverings/masks to be worn inside of our facilities effective Thursday September 9th. This is a result of several factors which include:

  • Last Week Governor Holcomb issued an Executive Order stating that all schools must follow the Control Measure in place from the Indiana Department of Health. This left us with the choice of either quarantining all unvaccinated close contacts or requiring face coverings/masks. Up to this point our number of students who were deemed in close contact is over 600. Our goal is to keep kids in school and students/staff from being quarantined. Those who are identified as close contact in a classroom and are not showing symptoms will not be required to quarantine. Close contacts will still be identified and parents will be notified. This Order is currently in effect until September 30th. The federal mandate for face coverings/masks to be worn on school buses is in effect currently until January.
  • Our number of positive students increased significantly in the last week, as well as our number of positives in Rush County. Area hospitals are starting to see an increase in activity as well with positive patients.
  • We work closely with the Rush County Health Department on our procedures, and the recommendation has been made for us to implement a face covering/masking requirement.

Face coverings/masks will be a requirement at RCS until September 30th. This could change if the Governor's Order is extended or our local situation makes us feel it is necessary. We are trying to keep our students and staff safe and healthy while keeping schools open and as normal as possible. We are attempting to avoid a closure/virtual setting. I understand this may not be a popular decision for some. Your continued cooperation and patience is greatly appreciated.

Sincerely,

Dr. Matt Vance, Superintendent
Rush County Schools 

12 August 2021

Last year's seniors may begin picking up their yearbooks in the main office after 10 a.m. on Monday, August 16th.

This year's students will have their 2020-2021 yearbooks delivered in school next week. 

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RCHS Athletics: The RCHS Athletic Department would like to announce the hiring of our new baseball coach - Mr. David Ellis.— RCHS ATHLETICS (@AthleticsRchs) October 27, 2021

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Please join us this Sunday from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM in the RCHS front parking lot! @rushvillekey pic.twitter.com/ig2l5HHqDB— Robert Hadley (@rhadley67) October 27, 2021

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RCHS Athletics: Lady Lion Basketball: The Lady Lions delivered their 479 food items to the Rush County Community Assistance Food Pantry this morning. pic.twitter.com/pcqOBp8hhm— RCHS ATHLETICS (@AthleticsRchs) October 26, 2021

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Nicholas Neuman is the chair of a delegate committee at National Convention. It is a huge honor and we know Nicholas will do a great job leading his committee this week. Tune into RFD TV for the Saturday afternoon session to see Nicholas on stage giving the committee report. pic.twitter.com/P7q57S7uf7— Rushville FFA (@rushvilleffa1) October 26, 2021

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RCHS Athletics: Lady Lion Basketball: Red & Black Game Saturday night at Memorial Gym. Thank you, fans, for donating to the Rush County Community Assistance Food Bank! 479 food items collected Saturday night! pic.twitter.com/SjdxXcQjrz— RCHS ATHLETICS (@AthleticsRchs) October 25, 2021

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Arsenic is found in rat poison and pesticide. It’s also found in vape juice. 🐀🐛🦟 What do you think it does to you? Share this and help the vaping industry go up in smoke! #TheTasteofPoison #LoseTheJuice https://t.co/d35SVuwETn— Rushville H S (@RushvilleHigh) October 25, 2021

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Don't be left behind when it comes the digital world. The Open Resource is here to help! https://t.co/8qoneGDMrs— Rush Co Foundation (@GiveINRush) October 25, 2021

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RCHS Athletics: Lady Lion Basketball: Red & Black Game Saturday night at Memorial Gym. Senior Daughters & Dad’s Game. Seniors: Annika Marlow (Doug), Lexi Morris (Dave), Cassidy Tellas (Willie) & Exchange Student Jin Calaf (Phil Caviness). Yep pic.twitter.com/KIRlS4CCR3— Lady Lion Basketball (@RCHSLadyLions) October 24, 2021

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Rushville Consolidated
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Rob Hadley, Principal
1201 Lions Path
Rushville, IN 46173

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Aimee Puls, Asst. Principal
Mark Mendoza, Dean of Students

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