Hello Bulldog Family! We're looking to hear from our community on where we should spend our incoming ESSER funds. The survey will remain open until December 9th. Thank you for your input and your continued support, and have a great day. https://forms.gle/N5WcjpWNFZupuHDE9
We have gotten some calls on the link for the online school store. So here is the link, we believe there is still time to order and receive before Christmas. https://www.rudyardspiritwear.com/
The Community is invited to attend the upcoming stage production of 13 Way to Screw Up Your College Interview!
Mr. Kwiatkowski will be running a community outreach food drive the next 2 weeks at school. His classes will all be competing against each other to see which one can get the most donated food items. Anyone is welcome donate to the cause in this season of giving. All donations will be donated to the New Hope Food Pantry in Kincheloe, MI. Suggested items include: canned Vegetables (especially corn, green beans, and peas/carrots), canned chili, soup, packages of soup, canned fruit, crackers, cake mix with matching frosting, non-perishable rice, noodle, potato meal sides, small boxes of pancake, baking, muffin, cookie, or brownie mix, tuna and tuna helper, and snack or granola bars.
November's Board meeting has been reschedules for Monday, December 6th @ 6:00 p.m. in the High School Chorus Room.
Tonight’s School Board Meeting will be rescheduled, date and time to be determined. (11/22/21)
Rudyard Area Schools is Closed today (11/22/21) due to poor weather and road conditions. Stay Safe.
Rudyard is currently looking for candidates for a General Maintenance Worker. For more information please visit the Applitrack link: https://www.applitrack.com/eup/OnlineApp/JobPostings/View.asp?AppliTrackJobId=2508
The Rudyard Streaming Club is now accepting sponsorships/donations going into the 2021-22 High School Winter Sports Season (ie: basketball). We are looking to outfit our student volunteers and reward them for their commitment as well as looking at upgrades to continue to improve our quality of stream. If you or your business is interested in being a sponsor or donating to the Streaming Club, please message the Bulldog Bulletin or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. We’d like to say thank you to our Bulldog Family for your continued support.
Congratulations to the Middle School Quiz Bowl for winning Districts tonight in Newberry! They finished first out of seven teams, coached by Mr. Steve May. The team now moves onto states held in Marquette! Nice job Bulldogs Keep Building!
This past weekend Junior Dylan Klier was able to perform in the Central Michigan University High School Honors Band! Dylan was first chair in the Tuba section. Dylan was selected to be part of the band after an extensive tryout process. Dylan is also a member of Rudyard’s CTE Education program and currently plans to go into Music Education, with the goal of becoming a high school music teacher! Congratulations Dylan, Keep Building!
Rudyard Area Schools will hold an open public hearing on the Title VI American Indian Education Program. The meeting will be held on November 22, at 5:30 PM at the Kinross Rec. Center (43 Wood Lake Rd, Kincheloe MI). Native American students and parents are encouraged to attend. For more information, contact Title VI Coordinator Michelle Allen at email@example.com
Great Game and Great Season Boys!
Attention Seniors & Senior Parents, Senior cap & gown/graduation orders will be taken on Thursday, Nov. 18, from 2:00-2:30, in the Guidance Office. Your senior should have a packet for ordering, if not please have them pick one up from the office. To order online, click on the link below. For questions, please contact our Herff Jones Rep. at (989) 773-1337. Please don’t call the high school office. https://highschool.herffjones.com/secom/school/MI/RUDYARD%2BHIGH%2BSCHOOL/21003477000/0265/home?gradYear=2022
Update: Middle School Girls Basketball game in Detour/Cedarville on Saturday, November 13 has been moved to Friday, November 12 @ 5:30 in DeTour.
Volleyball Regional Finals, will be Thursday, November 11 @ 6:00pm in Indian River. Rudyard vs. Inland Lakes. All tickets must be purchased through gofan.co. https://gofan.co/app/school/MI10337.
No School on Wednesday,Nov 10, 2021. This is a schedule professional development day for the staff.
Hello Rudyard Bulldogs! Couple of things to know for tonight's game in Brimley. For those attending the game in person, tickets MUST be purchased through GoFan (https://gofan.co/app/events/414497?schoolId=MI10368), please don't print/screenshot your ticket as the workers need to accept the tickets from your phone. Also all fans and players will be REQUIRED to wear masks while in the building, please respect the wishes of our hosts. For those unable to make the game in person, Brimley has given us the rights to stream the game. It'll be streamed here on the Rudyard Bulletin (https://www.facebook.com/RudyardBulldogs). Game starts at 6:00 PM. Good Luck Lady Bulldogs!
Reminder: Picture Retakes Tuesday November 9th.
Farm Bureau supports Rudyard Agriculture Program with a large donation Rudyard Area Schools has been awarded a large grant donation through the Chippewa County Farm Bureau Board. CCFB and the Farm Bureau Agent Charitable Fund Committee have given the district matching $2500 donations (totaling $5,000) to benefit the Rudyard Agriculture Program. The focus of the donation funding revolves around the Farm to Table program opportunities for students to grow food at school that could then be part of the school lunch program in areas such as the salad bar. We have many families with food insecurities at home, and some of the food grown has and will continue to be sent home with students/community members. Additional business and economic opportunities for students to learn skills and the potential to sell some products through class production are on the horizon. This is the second year for the relaunched agriculture program after not having such a program for more than 30 years. Under the direction of Mr. Ben Darr students have the opportunity to work in Maple Surplus production with a cooperation program with Michigan State University. Secondary Science Teacher Heather Swinney has taken the lead on the development of a school garden. In addition, the district is in the process of finalizing the ACE project, known as the Agricultural Center for Exploration, which will host the agricultural classroom including a full size commercial four-season greenhouse. The goal is to break ground on the greenhouse project in the spring of 2022. Rudyard Area Schools would like to thank Lyle Harter, Bruce Berkompas and the rest of the Chippewa County Farm Bureau for leading the efforts at the local level, along with Craig Knudson from the Michigan Farm Bureau and Tracy Germain from McEvers Insurance in Engadine.