District News

High School Art "Big Heads" Holbrook Big Head

High School Art 2 students have been working hard creating papier mache heads for the Big Head Project.  To complete a Big Head, students had to decide what famous person they wished to make and then plot and plan how to accomplish that with cardboard, paper, papier mache, and paint.  The students have done a most excellent job!!!


big heads

Homer Simpson

RCS Student Competes in State Archery Alexis State Archery

Congratulations to A. England! She placed 121 out of 996 elementary girls at the state archery shoot on Saturday, March 16th. Way to go! 

RCS Student Accepted at Craft Academy Landscape Charlie

Congratulations to C. Cochlin for being accepted to join the Craft academy starting her junior year!  It is an extreme honor to be accepted to such a prestigious program.  The Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics is a dual-credit residential high school for academically exceptional Kentucky students. The Craft Academy is designed to meet the unique needs of academically gifted and talented high school juniors and seniors.  We wish the best of luck to Charlie in your exploration of aerospace technology!

FCCLA Regional Officers FCCLA

Congratulations to H. Linville and L. Chmura for receiving FCCLA Regional Officer positions on Wednesday at the Region 9 FCCLA Spring Leadership Meeting. Hadleigh and Lily went through a rigorous process, which included a FCCLA fact test, an on-stage interview and a committee interview, to be elected. Lily was elected as the 2019-2020 KY FCCLA Region 9 Vice President of Peer Education. Her job will be to promote FCCLA National programs, coordinate peer education activities and serve as the chair person of the Programs Committee in Region 9. Hadleigh was elected as the 2019-2020 KY FCCLA Region 9 Vice President of Competitive Events. Hadleigh’s job will be to promote and publicize FCCLA Competitive and STAR events, manage the regional STAR Events Competition and serve as chairperson of the Competitive Events Committee in Region 9.

FBLA Region 5 Meeting at MSU FBLA

Robertson County FBLA members attended the Region 5 Conference at MSU on March 7.  D. Fryman won First Place in the Cyber Security Event advancing him to compete at the FBLA State Conference in April. 


Students pictured:

G. King, D. Fryman, M. Boarman (Front Row L to R)

E. Kelly, S. Buckler, S. Hughes, and K. Allen (Back Row L to R)

RCS Senior Scores 1,000th Point BGreen

Congratulations to Breanna Green, Senior at RCS, on scoring her 1,000 point. 

President of Morehead State University Visits RCS MSU President Visits

Dr. Jay Morgan, President of Morehead State University, came to Robertson County School Friday, February 1, 2019. He visited with high school students to discuss college and opportunities at MSU. 

High School Governor's Cup Competition HS Governors Cup

Congratulations to the following RCS students for their accomplishments at the High School Governor's Cup Competition: 

Sydney Cochlin- 4th place Arts and Humanities 

Andrew Unthank- 5th place Science 

Keegan Allen- 4th place Social Studies

Samuel Hughes- 4th place Math

Peter Fan- 1st place Math

NEW Infinite Campus Information!! IC App

If you use the infinite campus app for Robertson County School - please read below.  

You WILL have to download the new app!  If you need access to your child's account, or if you are a student and need access to your personal account, please email Mrs. Holly.  


 New, Updated Tools to Keep Students and Parents Engaged

The “Campus Student” and “Campus Parent” apps provide secure access to individual student information housed in Infinite Campus, Kentucky’s student information system. Both apps are available for download from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store and replace the existing Campus Portal with a more intuitive and user-friendly experience.

The apps provide real-time access to grades, assignments, attendance, schedules, announcements and more. The easy-to-use design displays what is currently happening in the classroom so students and parents can understand, monitor, and participate in the educational process. 


Those using the old Infinite Campus app will need to download the new app, as the old one will no longer be supported.