Ropes Independent School District, Alumni Spotlight – Marcus McNabb


Marcus McNabb, son of Danny and Jean McNabb, graduated from Ropes High School in 2000. From Ropes, he went to Colorado Springs, CO, and attended the US Air Force Academy, earning his Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences. Upon graduation in 2004, Marcus was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the US Air Force and sent to Nellis Air Force Base (AFB), NV, near Las Vegas. There he worked on electronic warfare testing of multiple airframes including the F-22 Raptor, F-16 Fighting Falcon, F-15 Eagle, and B-2 Spirit and was also promoted to First Lieutenant.

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Jaimsi Moore MeltonYay! Way to go band!!

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Wendi Jordan McNabbWay to go band!!! Proud to be an eagle!!

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Pam Paschall TiptonI loved my band experience, especially at Texas Tech !!!!

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Jaclyn HaileyI’m loving the music ❤️❤️

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Red Ribbon Week
Oct. 23-27
Monday - Red Ribbon Day (wear red)
Tuesday - Think twice about doing drugs (twin day)
Wednesday - Be a hero and just say NO (dress like a super hero)
Thursday - Stick it to drugs (duct tape day - make a costume or accessory out of duct tape)
Friday - Black out drugs (wear black - this is our black-out pep rally day)
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Ropes Eagles added an event.

Red Ribbon Week serves as a commitment to raise awareness of the importance of being drug free. Its purpose is to educate youth and encourage participation in drug prevention activities. During the week of October 23-27th, we encourage students to dress up to show their pride and support of being DRUG FREE!

Monday - Red Ribbon Day (wear red)
Tuesday - Think twice about doing drugs (twin day)
Wednesday - Be a hero and just say NO (dress like a super hero)
Thursday - Stick it to drugs (duct tape day - make a costume or accessory out of duct tape)
Friday - Black out drugs (wear black - this is our black-out pep rally day)


POSTER CONTEST
In conjunction with Red Ribbon Week we are also offering a poster contest.

Here is how it works:

1. Poster contest is open to students in grades PK-12th
2. Posters must address this year’s theme:
"My Future Is Bright; No Drugs in Sight.”
3. Poster must be 12” x 18” in size (this is smaller than poster board size)
4. Student’s name and grade must be included on the back of the poster
5. Students must produce artwork on their own.
6. Posters will be judged on the quality of artwork, how well the artwork fits the theme, originality, neatness and use of space.
7. Posters will be judged by the Ropes Secondary Art Club.
8. A winner will be chosen from PK & K, 1st & 2nd, 3rd - 5th, Junior High, and High School.
9. Winners will be announced in the Black-out pep rally on October 27th.
10. Posters are due to the front office on or before 8:00 am October 23rd
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