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Play the Night Away

by Maddy Merritt, Reporter

December 14, 2018

Rock Canyon's String and Chamber Orchestras have a concert Dec. 13, 2018 at 7:00pm in the RC auditorium. A concert from Rocky Heights Middle School's orchestra will precede RC's orchestras. The instrumentalists have been preparing for this concert since October. "Every year, only a very select few orchestras have the privilege...

Grand Snowpening

by Jack Keough, Reporter

December 14, 2018

    Ski season has finally begun, and skiers and snowboarders around the state are starting to hit the slopes. This year’s ski season opened on Oct. 13, at Wolf Creek Ski Resort in southwestern Colorado. Wolf Creek is a smaller resort that is usually not the first to open. But this year, the small resort beat out th...

First Year of Winter Guard

by Emily Wilson, Editor

December 11, 2018

For the first year, Winter Color Guard is starting at Rock Canyon. The team is composed of students from all grades and will be competing in Regional A competitions throughout the season that runs into the beginning of April. The team practices began on Monday Dec. 10 and are every Monday and Wednesday from 6:30- 9:00 p...

Dissection Nation

by Rima Adepu, Reporter

December 10, 2018

In John Gallant’s fourth-period Aquatic Biology class, the students are required to dissect many animals, find different parts of them, and record it all. Gallant is a science teacher who teaches general biology and aquatic biology. He has taken a great interest in marine life and what it can do for the world, as well a...

Cooke's Civil Rights piece hangs in history teacher Mr. Paul's room 5000B. Cooke completed the project in March of 2018.
PC: Jana Seal

A Cooke Who Can Draw

November 27, 2018

    A pencil– it’s a tool many people use everyday whether to write at school and work, or to just ...

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Hydration Hype: JT Creates Online Store Promoting Water

November 26, 2018

Security Guard, J.T. Adams, will launch a new online shop called "Stay Hydrated Shop"  a few weeks before...

Visiting Chicago

November 14, 2018

Rock Media and RCTV travels to Chicago, IL for the semi-annual NSPA/JEA National Journalism Convention....

How to Fake Your Own Death… And the Consequences of Misleading Media

by Jana Seal, Editor In Chief

November 6, 2018

Originally published in Vol. 1 of The Rock      Corruption in Russian politics has continued, and will likely continue as long as President Vladimir Putin is in office, to prevail as a prominent world issue. As a recognized critic of the Kremlin and the President, Babchenko has had a target on his back since before 2014. T...

Are You Voting?

Are You Voting?

November 5, 2018

“Voting for me just isn’t happening, but I love America,” Sager said. “I hope a lot of people come out and vote [to] help the poles. I’ve ignored every political commercial, but I think the teachers need to get paid,” he said. “I think the teachers need to be able to afford to live in the communities in which they teach.”

2016 Colorado senate election results broken down by districts; blue being democratic victory and red being republican.

Midterms in Colorado: Everything You Need to Know

November 5, 2018

Colorado: ski destination, pioneer in the legalization of marijuana, home to the mile high city, and...

Missing Pink?

by Alec Sutula, Sports Editor

October 31, 2018

The scarecrows, pumpkins and buckets of candy often fill our minds during the month of October. But for many others there is something that is closer to the heart. October is Breast Cancer awareness month. One in eight women will be diagnosed with Breast Cancer in their lifetime. For the Rock Canyon community, we have honor...

Joshua Lederman '22 holds a lulav for the holiday Sukkah Sept. 26, 2018. Read more at the linked related story.

Sukkah For Jewish Holiday

September 26, 2018

      Wednesday, September 26, members of the Jewish Student Connection (JSC) and their Rabbi built a S...

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