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The Royal School District is pleased to announce that we have reached a tentative agreement with the Royal Education Association(REA).  Details have been embargoed until REA has the opportunity to review and ratify the new contract.

We appreciate the tremendous efforts that went into reaching this agreement and look forward to continuing our cooperation as we work together in the best interests of our students.


Bill Thompson announcement picjpg Page1jpg Page1October 31, 2017

Superintendent Trail and the Royal Board of Directors are pleased to announce the hiring of Bill Thompson as the Interim Special Education Coordinator/ School Psychologist.

Mr. Thompson has extensive experience throughout the k-12 school system in both leadership and special education positions. He possesses a strong background and in-depth experience in all facets of special education.   Mr. Thompson has already begun to develop positive relationships with staff and students as he takes on his new role within the Royal School District.

Welcome Mr. Thompson!

   On Saturday October 28th The Royal High School Chamber Choir participated in the Washington State University Educational Choral Festival in Pullman, WA. The WSU School of Music sponsors the annual event each Fall to excite, encourage, and educate students, developing a spirit of camaraderie and commitment. Each participating choir has the opportunity to perform in Kimbrough Concert Hall and work exclusively with WSU choral professors. Singers are encouraged to try new ideas, work towards high musical standards and towards their goals.

            At the conclusion of the festival, students are treated to performances by the WSU choirs as well as encore performances from the top four participating choirs, chosen by the choral faculty of WSU. The RHS Chamber Choir has participated in this event for the past five years and have always performed well, however for the first time, the RHS Chamber Choir was selected as one of the top four choirs and had the opportunity to perform again for an auditorium filled with students from schools all over Washington and Idaho as well as the music faculty of WSU.  Also selected were Rogers HS from Spokane, Moses Lake HS, and Lindberg HS from Renton. Being recognized as a high performing group was a great honor and the Chamber Choir students represented Royal High School incredibly well. 


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Dear Royal parents and guardians,

 Due to unanticipated scheduling conflicts, the District will not be able to offer evening conferences during the week of November 6th.  Conferences will be held from 12:30-3:30 Monday through Thursday.   If you are unable to attend conferences during the day, please contact your student's teachers to arrange a time.  For additional information, please communicate with your students’ schools.

 We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. 

Students are getting ready for Red Ribbon Week 2017 - this year's theme is: “Future is Key, So Stay Drug Free.” At school, students will engage in activities that promote a drug free and healthy lifestyle.  Please partner with us and discuss this message at home, at the dinner table, at family outings and with friends and extended family.  Ask your child to show you the flyer he/she received from school about Red Ribbon Week.

Here is what we are doing at each of the buildings:

Red Rock:
Students will be read books about staying drug free and healthy.
They will  be dressing up each day!

Students will watch a video and engage in discussions about healthy, drug free ways to lead a fun and active lifestyle.
They will also be dressing up each day!

Dress up days for Red Rock and Royal Intermediate:

Monday: “Lei off Drugs”-Hawaiian Clothing

Tuesday: “Drugs make me Crazy”- Crazy Hair and Socks

Wednesday: “Be a friend not a bully”- wear Orange clothing

Thursday: “Too smart for drugs”- dress like a teacher

Friday: “I pledge to be drug free”- wear red, white and blue.

Monday: “Team up against drugs”- wear your favorite sports jersey

Tuesday- ‘Say BOO to drugs”- wear your Halloween Costume.

Students will learn about the harmful effects of medication abuse or drug use on the human brain.  They will also be encouraged to take a pledge to stay drug free.

Spirit Week: 

Monday is Pajama Day.  Get comfortable with saying "No" to drugs.

Tuesday is Twin Day.  Dress up as your best friend and be a positive influence!

Wednesday is Unity Day.  Wear orange to unite against bullying!

Thursday is Baby Day.  Reflect back when life was simple and dress like a baby.

Friday is Halloween.  Wear your Halloween costume for the dance and have fun, drug free!

Royal High School looks forward to extra doses of honoring our SHIELD commitments  of Service, Honor, Integrity, Excellence, Leadership, and Determination.

Tuesday: " Spread Kindness"
That morning there will be a table with sticky notes to which the students will be able to write nice messages on them and stick them on people's lockers.

Wednesday: " Anti- Bullying"
There will be a unity day video. Student and staff are encouraged to wear orange. If you go above and beyond, you will get a prize. During lunch, you will receive a cutie if you sign a pledge on a piece of paper and then connect it with others, forming a chain.

Thursday: "Say NO to drugs"
Thursday Morning there will be a poster in the commons. Students can sign it to receive bracelets and stickers. Students and staff are encouraged to wear red on Thursday.


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901 Ahlers Rd. • PO Box 486
Royal City, WA 99357 
Phone: 509-346-2222 • Fax: 509-346-8746