The Royal Decree
ROYAL HIGH SCHOOL'S WEEKLY BULLETIN: APRIL 26-30
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Virtual students will access campus through Gate 1 (Admin office) or Gate 30 (West parking Lot) during their assigned day and time.
In-person students will return books on their assigned date after morning classes.
APR 26 Donut Spirit Day (Order Krispy Kreme by April 23rd - click on flyer below)
APR 26-May 7 Tickets on Sale for Senior Prom
APR 30 Link Leader Applications Due
APR 30 Sophomore Class Movie Night 7:00 PM
MAY 3-7 Kindness Week
MAY 15 "A Night Under The Stars" Senior Prom
MAY 21 ASB Class Presidents Candidates Panel Zoom
MAY 24 ASB Student Body President & VP Candidates Panel Zoom
MAY 25 Election Day for new Class Officers!
MAY 13, 19, 20, 26, 27, & JUN 10 Grad Night @ Universal - Pick Your Date!
MAY 28 Senior Sunset Picnic & Movie Night
MAY 31 No School
JUN 1 Senior Awards Night (Invitation Only)
JUN 2 Grad Rehearsal, BBQ, & Cap and Gown Distribution
JUN 3 Graduation
JUN 4 Last Day of School & Diploma Pick up and Pictures
This Week's Fundraisers
NOW-MAY 5 Nothing Bundt Cake (Aquatics)
APR 28 Sharky's (Baseball)
APR 30 Panda Express (Freshman Class Council)
OUR COUNSELORS ARE HERE FOR YOU...
CAASPP TESTING SPRING 2021
This year, Juniors and Seniors will participate in the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). Students in 11th grade will take the English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics Assessments, while students in grades 11 and 12 will take the California Science Test (CAST). Sophomores and Freshmen will not participate in any state test-taking activities this year. On testing days, the only students on campus in the A/morning cohort will be the assigned test takers in 11th (ELA, Math, Science) and 12th grade (Science only). Students will test on campus if they are in person learners. Students will test at home if they are virtual learners. The test will be administered in a Hyflex format in the current 5th and 6th periods.
IMPORTANT “TO DO” FOR ALL RHS STUDENTS AND FAMILIES:
- Please review this following daily schedule (with specific instructions for all four grade levels on what to do and how to attend each day between April 26-May 14.)
- Please click here to submit any questions you have about CAASPP testing this year.
TUTORING SUPPORT - RHS CENTER FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS
Online tutoring is available through Royal High's Center for Academic Success for Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Earth Science, and Biology. Zoom sessions are available on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 9:00-10:00 am and 1:00-2:00 pm. National Honor Society upperclassmen tutors are on-hand during these sessions. For questions, email Mr. Dobson.
Sign up here. The official tutoring link will be emailed to you before your session. All sessions will be monitored and supervised by an adult staff member (admin, librarian, or teacher).
Tutoring for other subjects not offered at the CAS can also be available on an individual, as-needed basis. For specific subjects, contact our NHS advisor Mrs. Sciarillo to connect with our NHS tutors.
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MAY19 5:30 pm Dance Finale (Sinaloa Amphitheater)
MAY 21 7:30 pm Choir Drive-In Awards Night/Banquet
MAY 24 7:00 pm Spring Musical by The Royal Players (Stadium)
MAY 26 6:00 pm Arts Spring Spectacular (Stadium)
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Athletes: Please notify the athletics office when you make a formal acceptance to play at the collegiate level. We need to know the school and sport you will be playing as well as the type of scholarship in order to include you in our media release.
Congratulations to Emma Boyce who will be playing Water Polo for Austin College in Texas!
Unfortunately, due to COVID restrictions, only the athlete's immediate household (in limited numbers) is allowed as spectators at indoor games, following the social distancing and mask mandate. More information pertaining to each particular sport will be provided to the athlete's family as well as a link to purchase a limited number of tickets for their child's game. We encourage all others to cheer for our athletes from home through social media posts.
A Big Shout Out to Girls Lacrosse on their 11-7 win over Simi High last week (picture featured)
APR 26 Softball vs Newbury Park & Foothill
APR 27 Girls Lacrosse vs Crescenta Valley
APR 27 Varsity Baseball vs. Moorpark
APR 28 Boys Basketball vs. Camarillo
APR 28 Girls Tennis vs. Camarillo
APR 28 Swim vs. Camarillo
APR 29 Track & Field vs. Oak Park
APR 29 F/S & JV Baseball vs. Simi Valley
APR 30 Boys Basketball vs. Simi Valley
APR 30 Girls Soccer vs. Camarillo
NOW-May 30 CPR Masks (Athletic Trainer Fundraiser)
JUN 5 Sports Physicals at Royal
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MAY 12 Teacher Appreciation Spirit Day
NOW-MAY - NetFlix Party - Key Club (3rd Friday of Every Month)
NOV-MAY - Flocking (Junior Class)
MAY 19 Art Night (Sophomore Class Activity)
May 21 Music Spirit Day & Class President Candidates Forum
MAY 24 ASB President & VP Candidates Forum
MAY 25 ASB Elections
UPCOMING RESTAURANT NIGHTS
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MAY 4 Chick Fil-A (Sophomore Class Council)
MAY 6-20 Nothing Bundt Cakes (Boys Volleyball)
MAY 11 Sharkey's (ASB)
We are ordering a smaller amount of yearbooks than in the past. Make sure you reserve your copy on Jostens' website. Take advantage of their payment plan and rest assured that you will receive a yearbook!
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This week's special: It's time to think of senior gifts! Why not take advantage of our special price this week and purchase your almost graduate an alumni shirt? Visit the webstore or come to the ASB during business hours today.
Access Senior Information HERE in the Senior Smore. This will be updated regularly as information becomes available.
Join our Facebook group to stay in the know!
COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
SENIORS: Join your class of 2021 CCC Google Classroom to see what you need to do each month towards graduation. Follow @TheRoyalCCC on Instagram.
JUNIORS: Nervous about college yet? Do you need to take the SAT/ACT?
Join your class of 2022 CCC Google Classroom to see which colleges are coming to Royal. Attend the college visits and find out how your Junior year will affect your college applications.
Follow @TheRoyalCCC on Instagram.
Sophomores and Freshmen: You may think college is far away but it's closer than you think. Make sure you are on your 2023 and 2024 CCC Google Classroom for updates on taking the PSAT, attend the College Visits coming to Royal, and make sure your classes in high school line up with college applications.
Get ahead and follow @TheRoyalCCC on Instagram
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Acceptance Rate: 76%
DETAILS: Centre College, the only independent school in Kentucky with a Phi Beta Kappa chapter, has produced two-thirds of the state’s Rhodes scholars over the last 40 years. Centre’s small size offers an intimate classroom environment. And its liberal arts focus means that despite Centre’s southern location, students are progressive, intellectual, and perhaps more well-rounded than their peers at neighboring schools. “We have an amazing balance of ‘Northern academics’ paired with ‘Southern hospitalities,’” says a sophomore.
General education requirements include basic skills in expository writing, math, and foreign language and two courses in four contexts—aesthetic, social, scientific, and fundamental questions. Students must also take a computer seminar. Required first-year seminar courses are offered during the three-week January “CentreTerm.” Capped at 15 students each, they offer a chance to explore off-beat topics such as cloning, baseball in American politics, and coffee-shop culture.
The Centre Commitment guarantees students an internship or research experience, study abroad, and a degree in four years. Eighty-five percent of any given class takes advantage of Centre’s extensive study abroad programs. Centre runs regular semester-long programs for students in all majors in China, England, France, Japan, Mexico, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Spain, in addition to several others offered during the January term. Study-away semesters in Washington, D.C., and Chicago combine coursework with internships. Approximately 82 percent of students engage in an internship or perform collaborative research with faculty.
CC Student Perspective: “Our small class sizes allow professors to really feed off of the energy and needs of the class and make it a more personal environment.”