The Royal Decree
Royal High School's Weekly Bulletin: Nov 12 - 16, 2018
ROYAL FAMILY STRONG
FOR THOSE THAT WOULD LIKE TO DONATE/SUPPORT (Verified Charities)
- The Rotary Club of Westlake Village, a certified charity on GoFundMe, is accepting donations to support victims.
- The Ventura County Community Foundation, in coordination with the city of Thousand Oaks, California Community Foundation and others, has set up a victim relief and recovery fund.
HOLIDAY BOUTIQUE SALE FUNDRAISER
CENTER FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS (CAS)
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.
Logging in and monitoring your student's grades can all be done from the Aeries portal. The importance of this cannot be communicated enough. Parents and students will be able to better partner with the teachers by monitoring students' grades, attendance, and other important information within Aeries.
OPEN DOORS SURVEY
Beginning this week students will be asked to complete a survey in their English classrooms about their individual expectations and aspirations. We will use this information to help students achieve their full potential as they select courses in future school years.
CLICK HERE to visit our Royal Academics Homepage
CLICK HERE to visit our Royal Arts Homepage
CLICK HERE to visit our Royal Athletics Homepage
Any boys interested in Boys Tennis come to the tennis courts after school on Tuesday's and Thursday's in November.
ADULT SPORTS PASSES AVAILABLE
New adult sports passes are here. This punch card (20 punches) can be used for entry to any of our home sporting event (not including CIF playoffs). Each member of your party entering the game equates to a punch on the card. Passes are valid for the entire 18-19 school year. $110 (20% savings) at the Activities & Athletics office. For questions call extension 2738 or contact Yvette Shuster.
CLICK HERE to visit our Royal Activities Homepage
ATTENTION: NEW & IMPROVED ACTIVITIES HOMEPAGE NOW!
We have revamped our Activities page to feature more information, easier access, and better connectivity for students, staff, and families. The main page and ancillary pages provide all the the details and information you need for all the important events and happenings in student life at Royal! Click here to check it out.
ASB STUDENT-DEVELOPED EVENTS CALENDAR NOW ONLINE
Our ASB officers and senators represent every corner of student life at Royal. In that effort, they have developed a public calendar that every senator will populate with important events for their various sectors of Royal. The goal is to unite our school and provide equal support and respect for all the things our students invest their time and energy in. (This is new and will be filled out more each month as the Senators meet.) Check it out here.
Senior Advisor: Mrs. Kari Lev
Junior Advisor: Ms. Jessica Fancett
Sophomore Advisor: Mrs. Jennifer Letus
Freshman Class Advisor: Mr. Reid Furlong
SENIOR CLASS INFORMATION
CAP AND GOWN ORDERS
All Cap and Gown Orders can now be placed online at www.jostens.com.
Parents of seniors were recently mailed a Senior Credit Check form confirming their student's graduation status. If you didn't receive one or have questions, please contact your student's counselor.
The deadline has been extended, please contact O'Connor Bros at 805-306-9542 to make an appointment as soon as possible.
COUNSELING & COLLEGE INFORMATION
Never Miss an Event for College & Career Planning!
*NEW* ROYAL CCC WEBSITE
Check it out HERE for College Application Workshops & Appointments
WEEKLY COLLEGE REP VISITS IN THE CCC ROOM 2-12
Check out who's at Royal this week & Sign-Up
REMIND: Text @RoyalCCC to the number 81010
NEED TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT?
Fill out the Royal Future Form
GET PAID & EARN ELECTIVE CREDITS
Students with qualifying jobs can join WEE (Work Experience Education) and earn practical arts or elective credits. This class combines on-the-job training with one hour a week of classroom instruction. Classes are semester or year long.
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
- Internships through Chamber of Commerce & the Youth Employment Service
- Teacher Assistant (on campus) and Teachers of Tomorrow (off campus)
If you are interning at a local business, check-in with Mrs. Longo in the Work Experience office 2-11. Your non-paid internship combined with weekly class instruction, may qualify for elective credits.
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.
DJ MIXING, BROADCASTING RADIO, PODCASTING ROP CLASS
Visit our Work Experience and ROP Homepage
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
VOLUNTEER AT THE COMMUNITY GARDEN
A variety of opportunities to participate in garden projects, farm projects, skills development projects in woodworking, masonry, mechanical equipment, agriculture, administrative tasks, social media management, etc. and community projects such as the Free Farmers Market, the @SocialFeed hunger project, the Worm Farm etc. Volunteers of all ages accepted, please complete the Participation Form found here. Participants 11-years and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Contact the Community Garden Volunteer Manager at (805) 416-8300 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for upcoming volunteer projects, days and times. www.simiatthegarden.org
ROTARY YOUTH EXCHANGE
Rotary International would like to invite all High School Students to participate of an amazing Youth Exchange Program. We have sponsored a couple students from Royal High School to study abroad. It’s a been a life changer for these students!! Rotary would like to give other students an opportunity to grow and learn beyond their horizons! It enhances peace building stewardship and they become ambassadors for the country they represent. For questions and more info email here to connect with the Rotary International Youth Exchange Officer Mary Pašeta.
COLLEGE OF THE WEEK
THIS WEEK: ECKERD COLLEGE
Click here for Admissions Info
Click here for Tuition & Financial Aid Info
Acceptance Rate: 73%
DETAILS: Attending Eckerd College demands a special sort of willpower. Why? In the words of an international business major: “We are right on the water, and it is like going to college in a resort.” With free canoes, kayaks, boats, coolers, and tents always available for student use, it’s a wonder anyone finds time to study. But study they do, as administrators continue to lure capable students to Eckerd with small classes, skilled professors, and a thriving social scene. “Few schools are located right on the beach,” says a sophomore. “It’s Eckerd’s paradise-like setting that seals the deal for most prospective students.”
Autumn Term, Eckerd’s version of freshman orientation, is a three-week term before the regular fall semester that introduces new students to the academic expectations and social responsibilities of the Eckerd community. First-years also take a yearlong course called Human Experience, which focuses on topics like justice, power, freedom, and global citizenship, and all students must meet composition, foreign language, information technology, oral communication, and quantitative skills requirements. Also required are one course in each of the four academic areas—arts, humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences—plus one course each in environmental and global perspectives. The capstone senior seminar, organized around the theme “Imagining Justice,” asks students to draw on what they’ve learned during college to find solutions to important issues. Seniors present their capstone work at a festival in the spring. All students are also expected to complete at least 40 hours of community service before graduation; service opportunities are built into reflective service-learning courses that are offered in every major.
EC Student Perspective: “Although the classes are intellectually stimulating, engaging, and challenging, there is not too much competition among the students.”
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