We are glad that you found us and would love to keep in touch with you. Please update us (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your most recent information such as academic & career accomplishments, new address, phone number and email, marital status, children, grandchildren, etc. You may also wish to register at Classmates.com. The information provided to them is confidential and not shared with others; members are able to communicate to you through them. If you or someone in your class is planning an upcoming reunion, please contact us so we can provide reunion coordinators with the most current alumni information on file and can email registered alums through our Classmates.com account.
Each year RBS holds its annual Homecoming Day festivities in October. This year Homecoming will be held on Saturday, October 9. Our Alumni Hospitality Tent will be open from noon to 5pm. Alumni are invited to come reminisce with classmates and teachers from the past. Complimentary refreshments are available to alumni and their families. For more information, go to Special Events.
ALUMNI IN THE NEWS
DEMAURICE SMITH, RBS class of 1981
The National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) announced in March that attorney DeMaurice Smith has been named the new NFL Players Association Executive Director. NFLPA Player Representatives acting on behalf of the 32 NFL teams selected Smith to succeed the late Gene Upshaw, who died in August. Smith becomes only the third Executive Director in NFLPA history and will serve a three-year term. “I’m humbled by their decision. I’m honored and proud to lead a great group of men,” Smith said. “I think we understand the challenges that face us but we also understand the strength of our unity.” Smith, 45, is a trial lawyer and litigation partner at D.C. law firm Patton Boggs. He graduated from Cedarville University and received his law degree from the University of Virginia. Smith, who is married with two children, will begin his term with the NFLPA immediately and will work out of the Association’s Washington D.C. office.
Please contact us if you would like to volunteer to assist the development office in updating our alumni database. We would like to explore the possibility of including an alumni page in our school newsletter, and we always welcome volunteers to gather information.
Haven't been back to your Alma Mater in a few years? Please feel free to stop by anytime for a visit. We've made some renovations to the school building, gymnasium and grounds that have made our campus feel like new again. There are probably several teachers you remember from your days with us !
Contact Lisa Colmus, Director of Development, 301-249-7000, ext. 151, for updates and more information.