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Executive Officers for 2019-2020
“Champions at Work”
Royal SkillsUSA Reporter: Lissy Gonzalez
Royal I.S.D. Career & Technical Education Department – Congratulation to the 2019-2020 Royal ISD SkillsUSA Executive Board Officers. President: Hanna Ulbricht, Vice-President: Ryan Buy, Secretary: Joanna Oviedo, Treasure: Alaina Rogers, Reporter: Lissy Gonzalez, Sentinel: Christian Maya. These six executive board members will represent the entire Royal SkillsUSA Chapter for the new 2019-2020 school year. The Royal High School Career and Technology Education Department would like to introduce the school and community to the 2019-2020 Royal SkillsUSA Executive Board. SkillsUSA is a nationally recognized student organization in partnership with teachers and industry representatives working together to insure America has a skilled work force. It helps each student excel in both leadership and employ-ability skills. SkillsUSA is a non-profit organization serving teacher’s high schools and college students who are preparing for careers and trade, technical, and skills service occupations. Currently, Royal High School has career pathways in machining, automotive, arts-audio/video, welding, health science and cosmetology areas. Student members in each of these six areas elect section officers which in turn represent them on the executive council board. This year, this group of executive council members will travel and participate in the district officer camp at Wharton Junior College. This camp will focus on leadership activities in which they will work on their ability to master communication and listening skills, team trust, and team work. Also, this summer, these officers participated in their very own local officer camp. Officers began camp with a review of the purpose, organizational framework, and motto of SkillsUSA; to help better prepare for the improvement of the Royal Chapter for the upcoming school year. The officers were involved in numerous breakout sessions. Sessions included planning of the chapter calendar of activities, reviewing and revising the local constitution, increasing membership and fundraising, and designing a new SkillsUSA Chapter tee-shirt, with the “Champions at Work” theme. The team also discussed methods on making the chapter more involved within the school and community. After all their hard-work and dedication, they were treated with food, fellowship, and fun. It was a great learning experience for the officers as well as a productive camp for all, and we look forward to another great school year of students being “Champions at Work”!view image
Your support can help your child's intelligence grow
Some kids (and even some parents) believe that an A student is just born that way. But teachers know that students can learn the skills they need to earn top grades. To help your child earn better grades, make learning a priority and give her lots of opportunities to get excited about it. Maintain a balance between school and sports, work and play. And if your child is struggling, work with the teacher on a plan to help her.view image
All RISD campuses will be open on Friday September 20, 2019.
Dear Royal ISD Community,
All campuses will dismiss at their regular times. After school transportation is scheduled to run their regular routes. Athletic events to this evening have been cancelled. Please contact your campus should you have any questions.