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RISD Athletics Sessions Cancelled until July 12

RISD Athletics Sessions Cancelled until July 12

Hello Falcons, UIL is recommending that school districts cancel athletic training sessions and all group practices and rehearsals until July 12, 2020. Out of an abundance of caution, Royal ISD...

Waller County COVID Update: Governor Abbott's New Executive Order

Waller County COVID Update: Governor Abbott's New Executive Order

Good morning, Falcons!Governor Abbott has released an Executive Order requiring all Texans to wear a face covering over the nose and mouth in public spaces in counties with 20 or more positive...

Upcoming RISD Billboard Spotlights

Upcoming RISD Billboard Spotlights

The following ads will be featured on the Royal ISD billboard* from Monday, June 29, 2020 at 12:00 AM and ending Sunday, July 26, 2020 11:59 PM. *The billboard is on I-10 at 359, across the...

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LIVE FEED

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Beat the heat with a movie and a treat every Wednesday in July! To register, please call Angie Ibarra at at 281-375-5233 or Aaron DiIorio at 979-826-7718. Tickets are first come, first served. Visit https://www.royal-isd.net/article/255987?org=royal-isd for program details.

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about 18 hours ago |
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RISD Communications

Good morning, Falcons! Our partner for the Falcon Meal Distribution has experienced a delay from their supplier, and meals will not be available for pick up today, Monday 7/6/2020. We apologize for any inconvenience and we thank you for your understanding.

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about 18 hours ago |
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RISD Communications

Make maintaining math skills easier:

Your teen may avoid practicing math over the summer if he finds it a struggle. So share a few tips that make math more manageable. Encourage him to use different colors for different operations, and graph paper to help keep columns of numbers neat. Working with hands-on objects can help him visualize problems. Your teen can also email the teacher or search online to find resources for practicing certain skills.

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about 21 hours ago |
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RISD Communications

A comparison game teaches logical thinking:

You can't force your child to think logically, but you can teach logical thinking. Here's a game to try with your child. Name two objects. For example, a red sock and a blue sock. Ask your child how they are alike and how they are different. If that's too easy, challenge him by picking items that don't have much in common, such as a banana and a barbell. (Both start with B. Both can make you strong.)

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Events

Our primary goal is ensuring that Royal students are safe and healthy. Royal ISD has suspended normal district operations through the end of the 2019-2020 school year per the RISD academic calendar. All school events and activities have been cancelled until normal district operations resume. Please continue to monitor the district's website and social media for updates.