Your actions tell your child many things about your attitude toward learning. Parents who don't look at the work their kids produce are sending the message, "Your work doesn't interest me." Checking only for errors says, "Smart people never make mistakes." Review your child's work, and ask about what he's learning. Tell him that he can get smarter if he works hard, and that smart people learn from their mistakes.
If stress is making your teen act out, try these tips for reducing that stress: Start his day with pleasant words and calm routines. Try to stay relaxed when spending time together, and avoid comparing him to anyone else. Guide him to wise decisions by offering limited choices at first. Give him a chance to solve his own problems. And always let your teen know you love him, even if you don't love his behavior.
Our primary goal is ensuring that Royal students are safe and healthy. Royal ISD has suspended normal district operations through Friday, May 1st in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. All school events and activities have been cancelled until normal district operations resume.
- Easter - Friday 4/10 and Monday 4/13 are school holidays. Falcon Drive-Thru will be closed on Monday 4/13. Meals will still be distributed for both Thursday and Friday on Thursday 4/9.
- Student/Parent Contact Information Portal (Skyward) - Please take a moment to log onto Skyward to make sure your information is current. We want to make sure every family is receiving district updates.
- Suspension of Regular School Services - Royal ISD will continue online learning and remote operations at least through May 4, and all district campuses and facilities will remain closed to the public during this time. Click here to view the full announcement.