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MOMO Challenge

Parents,

 

You may be aware of the MOMO Challenge that has recently been in the news.  In our schools, we are not aware of any students actually watching or spreading videos but we have had some kids who have heard about MOMO and are talking about it.   We don't want to bring awareness to it if students don't know about it but we don't want to ignore it either.  It’s something our staff are watching closely. 

 

Whether the MOMO Challenge is real, a hoax, or just a creepy character, it does remind us all of a few things:  Know what your kids are doing online and on social media.  Set parental controls on devices.  Talk with your child about online safety.

 

Here is some additional information about this topic.  With everyone aware and working together we can ensure this doesn't become a major problem in our community.

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Highly Capable Program Referral Form

Royal School District is currently accepting referrals to have students evaluated for the Highly Capable Program.  The Highly Capable program is intended for students who demonstrate skills or interests that are comparatively rare, considerably early, and/or significantly more advanced than their peers.  Students may be gifted in one subject or in several subjects.   Students in any grade may be referred for testing.  Referral forms can be obtained from the main office at any of the schools.  You may also print your own form by going to this link,  https://royal.wednet.edu/rsd/images/documents/highlycapable/ENG_Hi-Cap_Referral_form-_2018_Updates.pdf for the English version. If you prefer to fill out an electronic form instead, you can do so by going to this link:  https://goo.gl/forms/HWj4IXEjnfRN28qv2 or for Spanish please use this link: https://goo.gl/forms/meBVPAzhmYMzfV8v2

The completed forms can be turned into the office at any of the schools.  Please return forms by March 15th.  If you have further questions, please contact Polly Carlson, the Royal School District Highly Capable Coordinator at 346-2256 ext 3119 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Important Message

Our 12-month wall school calendar has a mistake, February 28th is marked as a "No School" day but there is school, it is an Early Release day for conferences.

We apologize for the confusion. 

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Work Session Notice 2/25/19

ROYAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS

NOTICE OF WORK SESSION

Monday, February 25, 2019 – 6:30 pm
Royal High School Library

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Directors (the “Board”) of Royal School District will be holding a work session on Monday, February 25, 2019, at 6:30 pm at the Royal High School Library, 955 Ahlers Rd, Royal City, WA, 99357.  The work session is called for the purpose to discuss calendar dates for the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 school year with community members and stakeholders.

Dated this 20th day of February 2019.

Royal School District No 160
Grant County, WA
Roger W. Trail
Secretary to the Board of Directors

 

Media Alert

For immediate release

February 13, 2019

Contact:
Roger Trail, Superintendent
Royal School District
PH: 509-346-2222
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APPROVED

ROYAL CITY, WA – Early results show Royal voters have approved their local $16.58 million school bond in yesterday’s special election, with the current Yes vote at 62.96%.  Royal School District’s 18-year bond will cover three major renovation projects at the high school, middle school, and bus garage. These projects aim at addressing student and staff safety, growing enrollment, and insufficient infrastructure across Royal schools.

Superintendent, Roger Trail was thrilled by the outpouring of community support, including the work done by Citizens to Support Royal Schools.  “Katie Allred and Katie Christensen, in their roles as co-chairs of the committee, were vital in leading a successful campaign”, Trail said.  “The voters just acknowledged the importance of safety in our schools along with their desire to have excellent facilities for our students and staff.”  Mr. Trail said that he looks forward to the next steps in the process including working with the architect and design teams to fine-tune the plans before construction.

Community members can expect more information on what to expect for their schools and the construction process as the District moves forward with planning. For more information on the Royal School District bond, contact the Superintendent’s Office at 509-346-2222 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

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Washington State Department of Health and Transportation Survey

Our middle school has been selected to participate in the 2019 Student Travel Survey by the Washington State Departments of Transportation and Health. Parents of children in 7 – 8th grade may get a call to take the short survey. We encourage parents to participate, as the results will help improve student transportation. However, if you do not want to be called, please contact the Department of Health at 1-833-256-4654 and leave your phone number and name of your child’s school Royal Middle School to remove yourself from the contact list.  For more information on the survey, please click on the link below.

Student Travel Survey FAQ

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Royal School District No. 160
901 Ahlers Rd. • PO Box 486
Royal City, WA 99357 
Phone: 509-346-2222 • Fax: 509-346-8746