Niceville, Fla. (March 28, 2019) – Rocky Bayou Christian School held their annual community service day, Servolution, on Thursday, March 14th. Over 900 students, staff, parents and volunteers participated.
    Servolution, formerly known as Workathon, has been a tradition running for over 30 years. Students, staff and volunteers look forward to rolling up their sleeves each year and helping beautify their community. Groups spread out across Niceville, Valparaiso and Crestview at over 20 work sites. They do general yard work, raking, gutter clearing, hauling of unwanted items and more.
    “Servolution is an important day for our students, staff and families. It is our opportunity to give back to our supportive communities and residents,” said Rocky superintendent, Dr. Michael Mosley.
    For more information about future Servolution events, please contact Jenni Griffin at griffinjenni@rbcs.org.
    For more information about Rocky Bayou Christian School, please visit www.rbcs.org.
    Rocky Bayou Christian School is a K-3 through 12th grade college preparatory Christian school with campuses in Niceville and Crestview, offering traditional, special services, online academy and homeschool programs. RBCS is accredited through the Florida Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (FACCS) and is committed to equipping generations to use their God-given abilities as Champions for Christ.  RBCS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in any of its programs.