The RBEF Telethon
Since 1989, the Foundation (in cooperation with RB Library Media Services) has held a Telethon that has become the Foundation's premiere annual fundraising event. The Telethon is broadcast on RBTV, the school's educational cable television station to a host of suburban communities. This fundraiser owes its success to hundreds of dedicated volunteers - students, alumni, community members, teachers, staff and friends - who have made the Telethon an R-B tradition. In addition to talented performers, the day-long event has featured celebrities including Chicago radio personalities and municipal, state and federal officials. In its first year, the Telethon was awarded a John Cotton Dana Library Public Relations Award, the only high school event in the country to receive this prestigious honor. The Telethon is held every year in March.
Featured Video
RBTV Students Win Awards
The National Association of TV Arts & Sciences (NATAS) nominated the documentary "National School Walkout" for a Crystal Pillar Award. The program was produced by Zach Cameron, Ben Freel, and Shiloh Washington. Also nominated for a Crystal Pillar was "Crossing Guards" produced by Ben Freel. The Midwest Media Educators Association (MMEA) awarded a 2nd Place Trophy for the 7-Day Challenge News Package Report called "Old School - Overhead Projectors" which was produced by Zach Cameron and Constantine Stanovich. Receiving a 4th Place Award in the Sports Program Category was "Con Talks Golf" produced by Constantine Stanovich.
People in Perspective Spring 2019
Activate Search
Riverside Brookfield High School
Riverside Brookfield High School