This Week at Royal

April 19 - 25

Happy Sunday, Falcons!


The 2020-2021 school year will soon be complete! The last day of school is May 27. Despite the unique challenges presented during 2020 and 2021, our Falcon students and staff have excelled in all areas. We are excited to announce that the Class of 2021 graduation ceremony details have been finalized.


What: Falcon class of 2021 graduation celebration

When: May 29 at 12:00 PM

Where: Prairie View A&M University, William J. Nicks Building (The Baby Dome), 100 University Drive, Prairie View, Texas 77446


In the coming weeks, monitor the district website and social media to see posts honoring the class of 2021 for their many accomplishments.


Have a great week!

Royal ISD

Soaring Above and Beyond: Introducing the State Champion Royal Marching Sound Machine

We are beyond proud to announce that the Royal Marching Sound Machine participated in this year’s Concert And Sight Reading Evaluation and received its first Sweepstakes Award in 43 years!!! CLICK HERE to view additional pictures.


Please congratulate these students when you see them!

Theater Students Receive New Textbooks

Mr. Callies and the Royal theater arts students would like to thank everyone involved with purchasing the new Theater Arts textbooks. The students are very excited and they feel extra special. The Theater Arts textbooks were greatly needed! Thanks so very much!

Community Events

Royal FFA: Celebrating 65 years of "Leadership, Livestock, Legacy, and Lore"

Congratulations to all of our 2021 Falcon Livestock and Horticulture Project Show. Please visit the links below for information on show winners, event videos, and more!



ABCs of Royal: Nourishing Greatness

Royal welcomed a group of local business and community leaders on Wednesday, April 14. Participants were introduced to excellence in career readiness and academics at Royal. The event was a huge success and is the second in a series designed to introduce various segments of the Royal community to all the great things happening at Royal ISD. This event and future sessions are designed to initiate and strengthen relationships between RISD and local businesses and organizations as well as to spread the word about the great things happening at Royal.


Event speakers included district administrators, teachers, students, and event sponsors who shared success stories and program details. CLICK HERE to read more.

Area Track Meet Results

CLICK HERE to view the Area Meet Results for the Track and Field athletes at Royal High School. Each athlete competed really hard and earned an opportunity to advance and compete at the Regional Track Meet that will be held at Challenger Stadium in League City, Texas April 23-24. Please congratulate all of our regional qualifiers for all their efforts and hard work.

Sealy Track Meet Results and Area Qualifiers

Royal High School track and field high school athletes traveled and competed at Sealy for the district track meet and finished with several top 3 places. Seven Royal athletes advanced to travel back to Sealy for the Area track meet on April 14th. Congratulations to all of our Falcon athletes! CLICK HERE to read more.

RJH Track Meet Results

On March 30th the Royal Junior High Track team traveled to Freeport, Tx and brought home a lot of medals. Only 10 athletes from the Track program were selected to make the trip to the District Meet. They ran their hearts out all season long. They proudly represented Royal Tuesday afternoon at Hooper Stadium. These athletes competed against Needville, Stafford, Columbia, Freeport, Sealy, and El Campo. CLICK HERE to read more.

Scam of the Week: Advanced Phishing Hidden in Plain Text

Cybercriminals are using advanced tactics to disguise dangerous malware as harmless text files. Using a phishing email, the bad guys try to trick you into downloading a file attachment named “ReadMe_knl.txt”. Typically, files ending in .txt are plain text documents that can be opened in any text editing software. But in this case, the cybercriminals use a trick called Right-to-Left Override (RLO) to reverse part of the file name.


The true name of the attached file is “ReadMe_txt.lnk.lnk”. It is not a plain text document, but actually, a command that instructs your computer to download the bad guy’s malware. Once the malware is installed, cybercriminals have complete access to your system. They can access everything from your browser history to your cryptocurrency wallet and they can even take photos using your webcam.


Advanced phishing tactics can be intimidating, but you can stay safe by practicing the tips below:


  • Remember that bad guys can disguise anything, even file types.
  • Never click a link or download an attachment in an email that you were not expecting.
  • When in doubt, reach out to the sender by phone to confirm the legitimacy of the email.

April 19 - 25 Events

Monday, April 19

  • Softball senior night and teacher appreciation night (originally scheduled for 4/16), 5PM, Sealy at Royal. Please join us at 4:45 pm for the festivities. Flyer: https://5il.co/rf4p
  • Baseball, 5PM, Sealy at Royal
  • School Board Training, 6PM. Zoom Link. Agenda Link.

Tuesday, April 20

Wednesday, April 21

  • Secretary's Day

Thursday, April 22

  • No scheduled events

Friday, April 23

  • Regional Track Meet at Texas A&M Kingsville (2-day event)

Saturday, April 24

  • Regional Track Meet at Texas A&M Kingsville (2-day event)

Sunday, April 25

  • No scheduled events

Looking Ahead...


  • May 4: City of Pattison, 7-8
  • May 7: RHS Theater performance of "Peter Pan" at 7:00PM
  • May 7: 7pm: RJH performance of "The Hope and Heartache Diner"
  • May 8: RHS Theater performance of "Peter Pan" at 12:00PM and 7:00PM
  • May 8: RJH Theater performance of "The Hope and Heartache Diner" at the Tomball Virtual Theatrepalooza, A few selected students will also present monologues, duets, and tech design.
  • May 10, 9:30 AM, RHS Cafeteria: JROTC Awards Ceremony
  • May 10: Houston Food Bank at Royal High School PAC entrance, 4-6pm
  • May 10: Regular School Board Meeting, 6:30 - 9:30, Zoom Link.
  • May 24: Houston Food Bank at Royal High School PAC entrance, 4-6pm
  • May 27: Last day of school!
  • May 29 at 12:00 PM: Prairie View A&M University, William J. Nicks Building (The Baby Dome), 100 University Drive, Prairie View, Texas 77446

The Royal Independent School District (District) is an equal opportunity educational provider and employer does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or disability in educational programs or activities that it operates or in employment matters. The District is required by Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as Board policy not to discriminate in such a manner.