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The Book Fair is this week!!  It will be open daily from 7:30am -3:30pm.  Family night is on Tuesday, 3:30pm- 6:30 pm.  The students will be visiting the book fair and making their wish lists!  This is a great time for parents and grandparents to purchase books for Christmas!


We are still collecting cans for those in our area who are in need.  Any student who brings in cans will get a full casual day on Friday!


Student picture orders are due no later than Friday, October 27th.


This Friday is the regional spelling bee.  Those students who are participating must be dressed in full uniform.


Fall Festival is next Friday, October 27th!!  Please be sure to join us for this fun-filled, annual event.  Advanced token sales will begin this coming Monday, October 23rd.  They can be purchased in the business, elementary, kindergarten and academy offices.  The tokens will cost $.50 each.  During the pre-sale , all $10.00 purchases will receive 2 extra tokens (total of 22).  On Friday, all tokens will be $.50 each.  Tokens will be on sale during the fall festival.


We need cakes for the First Grade Cake Walk Booth and bake sale items for the Fourth Grade Bake Sale Booth.  Cakes and bake sale items can be delivered to the Elementary Office the day before (Thursday, October 26) if it does not need refrigeration, or on the day of the festival.  Thank you so much in advance for your help.

Today is the last day to purchase your tickets online only at under the fine arts and theatre tabs for the RBCS fall play, “A Hillbilly Weddin’.”  Adults $12, RBCS Staff and Students 3 years through 12th grade $10.   Tickets will be available at the door while they last, Adults $14, RBCS Staff and Students $12. Join our cast and crew for a fun-filled night of laughter on October 20 & 21 at the Fort Walton Beach Municipal Auditorium.  Doors will open at 6:30 PM with the curtain at 7:00 PM.  Mrs. Obrigewitch for more information.


The previous cancelled RBCS College Fair has been rescheduled as a mini fair with eighteen colleges and military branches in attendance in the library October 24th during C and D block.  The list of representatives is posted on the guidance board to the left of the Academy office door.  Seniors will visit the fair at 10 AM, juniors at 10:30 AM, sophomores at 11 AM and freshmen at 11:30 AM.  Please do not park in the spots by the Saxon building Tuesday morning, the 24th, so that we may have parking for the reps.  Please note that Northwest Florida State College has rescheduled it’s College Night that same night, but when you visit the fair at 6 PM be sure to get home to bed for good rest for the PSAT test the next morning, especially you juniors, for whom the test is a National Merit Qualifier.


A representative from the University of Central Florida, who cannot make our mini college fair on Tuesday, will be in the library during G block on the 25th.  Any juniors and seniors who would like to talk to him, please obtain permission from your G block teacher.


THIS IS THE FINAL CALL FOR MU ALPHA THETA DUES.  If your name is on this list, your dues are either not paid or only partially paid.  These dues may be turned in to Mrs. A or Mrs.Huff by Friday (tomorrow) in an envelope with your name and club noted on the outside of envelope. Remember that dues are 17 dollars for new members, and only 7 dollars for those who have already paid their one-time national dues.  Please see Mrs. A with any questions!


Wrestling Practice Begins November 6th, if you are interested in Wrestling this year speak with Coach Walsh in room 726 and make sure you have all your paper work filled out.


A representative from the University of Central Florida, who cannot make our mini college fair on Tuesday, will be in the library during G block on the 25th.  Any juniors and seniors who would like to talk to him, please obtain permission from your G block teacher.


Varsity Girls soccer starts practice this week. Mr. Alldredge is looking for additional players. Come be part of the tradition.


Varsity boys’ soccer practices begin next Monday October 23rd. Practices are from 3:30-5:30. If you have not met with Coach Byrd see him this week to have your interview and get important information.

There are no announcements for the Destin Campus    

Lunches week of October 16-20

Monday-  Pizza

Tuesday- Beef patty, mashed potato & gravy, green beans, roll

Wednesday- Fish sticks, french fries, fruit cup

Thursday- Chicken patty, salad, apple slices

Friday- Ham & cheese wrap, cucumber slices, brownie


Thursday, October 19- The Fire Department and First Responders of Crestview will visit our campus, beginning at 8:30 AM.


Friday, October 20-  FACCS Regional Spelling Bee, Lake Forest Bible Church, Niceville, FL.  STUDY, STUDY, STUDY! J


Picture package purchases are due this Friday, October 20.


Continue to bring in canned food & toiletries for our “Cans Because We Care” food drive.  All donations will be given to the Central Food Pantry.


We are very excited to announce the Crestview Campus’s first “Hoedown” on Saturday, November 4, 4-6 PM at the ROC, located behind the school.  There will be food, games, square dancing, hayrides, horse rides, a maze,  and much more!  Advanced tickets are on sale now!  Contact the Crestview Campus at 306-3459 for more info.


To assist parents in their God-given responsibility to train and develop in their children a Biblical worldview, Christian character, and the skills necessary to fulfill God’s calling in their lives.


To impact the world by equipping each generation to use their God-given abilities as Champions for Christ.


RBCS began its ministry with a 22-member student body in 1973. The present enrollment is over 800 students, which includes students bused from as far away as DeFuniak Springs and Hurlburt Field.


951 S. Ferdon Blvd, Crestview, FL 32536

201 Beach Drive Destin, FL 32541

2101 Partin Dr. N. Niceville, FL 32578

Rocky Bayou Christian School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national, or ethnic origin in the administration of any of its policies or programs.