The Royal Decree

Royal High School's Weekly Bulletin: August 26-30

This Week at The Kingdom:

Take advantage of the various games at home this week and support your favorite Highlander!

(See Athletics Section)


AUG 28 - School Photo Make-up Day (info below)

AUG 30 - School Spirit Day - wear your green and gold today!

AUG 30 - Senior Sunrise 6:10 AM Stadium (See flyer in the Activities Section)

AUG 30 - Tailgate 5:30-6:30 (ROTC Quad) - Link Leaders invite their freshmen

UPCOMING IMPORTANT DATES: SEMESTER 1

Check back for updates...


SEPT 2 - No School (Labor Day)

SEPT 6 - Club Rush (During Lunch)

SEPT 10 - SVUSD district-wide College Fair (5:30pm at Simi Valley HS)

SEPT 30 - No School (Rosh Hashanah)


OCT 9 - No School (Yom Kippur)

OCT 18 - Homecoming Football Game vs. Agoura HS

OCT 19 - Homecoming Dance (7:00 - 11:00 pm, ASB Patio)

OCT 28-NOV 1 - ROYAL VALLEY/BEAT SIMI WEEK

OCT 29 - Royal Community Trunk or Treat and Harvest Festival


NOV 1 - CITY CHAMPIONSHIP FOOTBALL GAME @ Simi Valley HS

NOV 1 - No School (Staff Development)

NOV 11 - No School (Veteran's Day)

NOV 25-29 - Thanksgiving Break

DRESS CODE

In order to promote a safe and non distracting learning environment, Royal High School will be enforcing our Dress Code. Students are asked to wear clothing that is appropriate for the school or work setting and should be appropriate, modest in nature and non distracting to the learning environment (BP/AR 5132).


● State law requires that footwear be worn at all times.

● Students must wear an appropriate shirt at all times. Including during sports practices. Examples of inappropriate shirts are: sleeveless undershirts, tube-tops, see-through tops, backless tops, strapless tops, or low-cut or stomach baring (midriff) tops, and muscle shirts.

● Clothing that advertises or promotes alcohol, drugs, violence, or other inappropriate activity is not acceptable.

● Undergarments of any kind should not be visible.

● Shorts and skirts are to be at fingertip length.


Violation of the Student Dress Code will result in requiring the student to change to more appropriate attire (physical education clothes or school spiritwear). Additional school consequences will be given to repeat offenders.

STUDENT ID CARDS

PLEASE NOTE: It is mandatory for all students to carry their ID Card with them on campus at ALL times. If they missed their day to take their picture, we will be having a make-up picture day on Wednesday, August 28th. O'Connor Bros will be here in the GYM Foyer from 7:30am to 4:00pm. Students can go in before school, during lunch, and after school. You can still order pictures as well.

FREE PERIOD & LUNCH STICKERS

We are asking that you please take a moment to read this to your students as we are making some changes to picking up Free Period and Lunch Stickers.


Free Period and Lunch Stickers will be handed out this Friday, Monday and Tuesday at the Attendance Windows Before School, During Lunch and After School. You MUST have your ID Card and the Signed Form MUST have already been turned in.


If you do not have your ID Card yet - Make-up pictures are on Wednesday, August 28th in the GYM Foyer before school, during lunch and after school.


All Students will need to have the stickers on their ID Cards by Thursday, August 29th to get off campus. Locators will no longer be accepted after Wednesday, August 28th!

Credit Recovery

Seniors and juniors who need to take courses for credit recovery at Adult Ed should see their counselors for information and a registration form. Deadline to register is August 30.

ACADEMICS INFORMATION

CLICK HERE to visit our Academics Homepage

CLICK HERE TO visit our Counseling Department Homepage


CENTER FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS (CAS)

More information and updates for the CAS Coming soon! The Center for Academic Success offers coaching where teachers and peers are available to meet with students who are experiencing challenges at RHS that impact academic performance and persistence. Learn more about the opportunity to receive free tutoring by clicking the CAS Website.

ARTS INFORMATION

CLICK HERE to visit our Arts Homepage


AUG 28 - Drama Parent Meeting 6:30 PM (Room 3-5)


For questions contact the following:


Band Program - Lisa Pate, Director of Bands

Vocal Music - Bethany Uko (née Spielman), Director of Vocal Music

Theater Arts - Bari Carrelli, Director of Theater Arts

Visual and Performing Arts Dept. - Amy Petrocelli, Department Chairperson

ATHLETICS INFORMATION

SUPPORT OUR HOME GAMES THIS WEEK:

AUG 26 - Girls Tennis (Courts) 3:00

AUG 26 - Boys Water Polo (Rancho Pool) Varsity 3:15, JV 4:15

AUG 27 - Girls Volleyball (Gym) JV 5:00, Varsity 6:00

AUG 29 - Girls Tennis (Courts) 2:30

AUG 29 - Cross Country (Challenger Park) 2:15

AUG 29 - Football (Stadium) 5:00

AUG 30 - Football (Stadium) JV 4:00, Varsity 7:00


Attention - Please note the new stadium policy below.


ADULT SPORTS PASSES AVAILABLE

We are now offering Season Sport Passes that can be purchased online here for $125. These passes will cover admission to all athletic events during that particular season (approx. 20 contests) For questions call the ASB Office (extension 2737).


CLICK HERE to visit our Athletics Homepage


For Athletics questions contact the following:


Debbie Broberg, Director of Student Activities & Athletics

Andy Andreolli, Athletic Director

Yvette Shuster, Athletic Secretary

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Dreamin' - High School Football Pump Up - Lewis Glantz

ACTIVITIES INFORMATION

CLICK HERE to visit our Activities Homepage


Spirit Day: Wear GREEN and GOLD Friday!


AUG 30 - Senior Sunrise in the Stadium - 6:10 AM Gather for breakfast as you watch the sun RISE on your senior year (Seniors Only)

AUG 30 - We will have an All-School Tailgate before our first home Football game. This week, Link leaders will be personally inviting their freshmen to attend the tailgate, and all freshmen wearing their Highlander Nation Class of 2023 T-shirts will be admitted into the game free of charge.

SEP 6 - During lunch, students will have the opportunity to view and sign up for one or more of our many clubs. Not only do students learn important skills, they have fun and build relationships. Clubs are a great way for students to feel connected to school and part of the Royal Family which can improve their academic success.


For Activities questions contact the following:


Debbie Broberg, Director of Student Activities & Athletics

Ashley Rotellini, ASB Accounts Clerk


CLASS ADVISORS:

Kari Lev, Senior Class

Jessica Fancett, Junior Class

Jennifer Letus, Sophomore Class

Reid Furlong, Freshman Class

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COLLEGE & CAREER INFORMATION

Tuesday, September 10th from 5:30pm - 7:30pm

SVUSD District-wide College & Career Fair at Simi Valley High School

See your Future with 100+ options... check out who's coming HERE


WEEKLY COLLEGE REP VISITS IN THE CCC ROOM 2-12

Check out who's at Royal this week & Sign-Up

Follow @RoyalHSCounsel on Twitter and Instagram

REMIND: Text @RoyalCCC to the number 81010


NEED TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT?

Check out Mrs. Hong's CALENDAR and Schedule your Appointment today in the Royal CCC

WORK EXPERIENCE

CLICK HERE to visit our Work Experience and ROP Homepage


Get paid to learn, and earn elective credits toward graduation!

Students with qualifying jobs can join WEE (Work Experience Education) and earn practical arts or elective credits. This class combines practical on-the-job training with one hour a week of classroom instruction. Classes are semester or year long.


Looking for an Internship class?

Internships can be used as a valuable tool to gain job experience, strengthen resumes, and receive elective credits. Each semester Royal High School coordinates with community businesses offering student internships.

  • Simi Valley veterinary hospitals and clinics have partnered with Royal High School to offer structured, educational internships to high school students.
  • Community Internships through the Chamber of Commerce and the Youth Employment Service are available for civic minded students.
  • Teachers of Tomorrow (off campus) Internships are available each semester.
  • Teacher Assistant classes are offered.
  • If you are Interning at a local business, check with Mrs. Longo in the Work Experience office 2-11. Your non-paid internship combined with weekly class instruction may qualify for elective credits.


ROP/CEC

Royal High School students can explore Regional Occupational Program courses, which are offered each semester at the Career Education Center at the Camarillo campus, the Moorpark campus and local high schools.

Click here to view the Work Experience and ROP homepage.


For questions contact Mrs. Longo.

PARENT & COMMUNITY INFORMATION

ROYAL PTSA INFORMATION

Our mission is to positively impact the lives of our students and families. Click Here to learn about PTSA's current meetings, programs, and events.


Follow Royal PTSA on Instagram & Twitter @royalhighptsa


FOOD DELIVERIES FOR STUDENTS

Attention Parents and Students:

Please be aware that food deliveries from outside vendors such as Door Dash, Uber Eats and Grub Hub will not be allowed to deliver food to the Royal campus unless it is during our scheduled lunch time. Students may not leave class to receive food deliveries. Food may only be delivered to the front office and not delivered over the fence or through the gates. The office will not accept fountain drinks or any drink that does not have a sealed lid. The student's name must be clearly labeled on the food item. Failure to follow these guidelines will jeopardize any food delivery services at Royal High School.


ST. ROSE OF LIMA PARKING LOT

Attention Parents and Students: Please do not use the St. Rose of Lima Parking Lot to drop off and pick up your students. They have asked us to relay that their parking lot has had very heavy traffic and their parents can't get in to pick up their students from their own school. You can meet your students off of Arcane in the back of the school, on Hudspeth to the East of the school, or in either parking lot. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.

FEATURED COLLEGE

Royal aims to provide insight into unique college options for students & families. Our source is the Fiske Guide to Colleges 2020 - an annual comprehensive catalog of diverse universities here in California and nationwide.


THIS WEEK: Birmingham–Southern College

Click here for Admissions Info

Click here for Tuition & Financial Aid Info

Enrollment: 1,272

Acceptance Rate: 62%


DETAILS: BSC is now striving to prepare students for all aspects of the modern world, with high-tech facilities and a more global curriculum. More than half the student body participates in community service through the Bunting Center for Engaged Study and Community Action, and attentive faculty add to a sense of commitment to both personal and community growth. A junior says BSC is a good choice for those students who “want to spend four years preparing, maturing, and challenging their minds so that they can make a difference in the world.”


The Explorations general education curriculum is designed to help students develop effective communication and problem-solving skills, connect with their social and political world, and direct their own learning. It comprises 32 units across several disciplines, including fine and performing arts, social sciences, natural sciences, and humanities, as well as three global and local citizenship courses. All freshmen take an introductory first-year seminar, and all seniors complete a capstone experience and a public presentation of their work. The Explorations term, a four-week term between the fall and spring semesters, allows students to explore new areas of study, from cooking lessons to travel in China.


The courses at BSC are “somewhat competitive” and “challenging but not impossible,” according to one senior. Each student is assigned a faculty member who serves as his or her academic advisor from freshman convocation to graduation, an arrangement that students praise for its effectiveness. Equal praise goes out to faculty in the classrooms, where 65 percent of classes have fewer than 20 students. An education major says professors “love to challenge our beliefs and ideas by making us defend what we think.” The honors program allows 25 exceptional first-year students to take small seminars with one or more professors. The Krulak Institute coordinates opportunities for experiential learning, such as service-learning projects, study abroad programs, and an entrepreneurial scholars program.

BSC Student Perspective: “Students want to spend four years preparing, maturing, and challenging their minds so that they can make a difference in the world."

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