More record-setting at Reservoir High [Fulton/Highland]

The outdoor track teams at Reservoir High School continue to set new school records. Maggie Niland broke the 3,000-meter record in a time of 11:26.91, Katie Krutz broke the pole vault record in a jump of 8 feet, 6 inches and Kyle Kroll broke the pole vault record in a jump of 13 feet, 6 inches. Congratulations.

Dorothy Rosenberry, a Fulton resident, entered and won an April writing contest sponsored by Midlife Collage. Her short piece, "Learning to Say Goodbye", provides some insight into her struggles with the dementia that her aging mother is suffering from. You can find the story at

The Reservoir High School Boosters are once again sponsoring summer camps, and not just for sports.

At the registration site you will find camps for art, forensic science and drama. Some of the camps are open to students as young as second graders while others are open to middle schoolers.

Camps are scheduled for July and August. Register early to ensure your child gets the camp of his or her choice. You can find out more by visiting the RHS Booster website

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