March 8, 2017 - For Immediate Release
In an effort to improve safety procedures for students and staff, the Royal School District in a partnership with local emergency responders will be performing several live active shooter drills throughout the day on March 10th.
Due to the nature of the drills, we respectfully ask that non-employees refrain from visiting the campus during the course of the school day on March 10th as the campus will be closed to outside visitors.
Should you have any questions regarding the drills, please feel free to call us at the District Office. 346-2222.
March 8, 2017 – For Immediate Release
The Royal School District is thrilled to announce the selection of our new Business and Operations Director, Mr. Greg Pike. Mr. Pike has been the Royal City Finance Director since 2014 and brings a wealth of experience with him in the areas of financial management and day to day business operations.
The District is excited to bring Greg on board as he will begin his tenure with us on March 27th.
Thank-you to all the staff that put together the extra events for an exciting learning experience at Red Rock Elementary as they celebrated Dr. Seuss' Birthday on March 2nd.
February 17, 2017
Superintendent Trail and the Royal Board of Directors are pleased to announce the hiring of Rick Follett as the principal of Royal High School.
Mr. Follett has been an employee of the Royal School District since 1993 and has held a variety of positions, all contributing to his preparation for his role as head principal. This school-year, Mr. Follett has been serving as the interim principal at Royal High School.
Mr. Follett brings extensive leadership experience to his position and has maintained a keen focus on enhancing learning opportunities for students and staff.
Mr. Trail would like to thank the community members, staff, board members and students who participated in the extensive and rigorous selection process.
In accepting the role, Mr. Follett stated, “I’m really excited to work with the Royal students, staff and community to continue to build an amazing educational support system for our students.”
The approval became official at noon today during a special session held by the Royal School Board at the District office.
Last week the health department reported 40+ cases of Mumps in the Renton/Auburn area, at the beginning of the week (12-12-2016) 2 cases were reported in Yakima, and yesterday (12-14-2016) 2 cases surfaced in Spokane.
Information brought to you by the Grant County Health Department.
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A Message from Superintendent Trail
Welcome to the Royal School District! On behalf of our Board of Directors and staff, I thank you for your interest in our school district. It is an honor to serve the children and patrons of our community. Each year our employees work vigorously to provide high quality educational experiences for our students. We strive to offer a safe and positive learning environment that will facilitate a successful future. In doing so, we make every effort to improve academic achievement on a daily basis.
As the new superintendent for the Royal School District, I look forward to getting to know students, staff and patrons as I integrate myself and family into the community. I am eager to learn more about the Royal culture as well as identify areas for growth.
It is my sincerest expectation that your students have a wonderful and successful experience while attending Royal Schools. I invite parents and community members to become actively involved in their students educational experiences. Additionally, I would encourage everyone to visit any of our four schools and see the exciting educational activities that are taking place. If you should have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at (509) 346-2222.
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