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RISD School Bond Election

RISD School Bond Election

August 19, 2019 Royal ISD Community, The Royal ISD Board of Trustees has called for a bond election in the amount of $34,824,000 to be held on November 5, 2019. ...

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New School Year Information

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RISD Job Openings

RISD Job Openings

RISD is looking to fill positions on our team. Click the link and apply today!https://royalisd.tedk12.com/hi...

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Royal ISD

Royal ISD

about 16 hours ago

A self-check system can boost self-control

You can't control your child's behavior at school. But you can teach her to have self-control. Have her write a behavior goal, such as working quietly, at the top of a piece of paper. Next, have her choose a signal she hears a few times a day, like a pencil being sharpened. Each time she hears it, she can mark a plus sign on the paper if she's working on her goal. If she isn't, she must mark a minus sign. Celebrate when she has more plus signs than minus signs.

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Royal ISD

Royal ISD

1 day ago

Treat school anxiety with listening and love

A child who wakes up saying, "I don't want to go to school" and comes home crying should be taken seriously. To address your child's fears, ask, "Can you tell me what's bothering you?" Listen carefully and don't belittle his feelings. Instead, help him figure out how to cope: "What could you do now?" Also, ask his teacher about what you and she can do. Could another student be a "classroom buddy" for your child?

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Royal ISD

Royal ISD

3 days ago

Royal FFA Livestock Judging Team Kicks off the year with their first contest to

Colorado County Fair!

Article By: LeAnn Hillsman

Royal FFA Chapter President

This past Saturday, Members of the 2019-20 Royal FFA Livestock Judging Team traveled to Columbus to the Livestock Judging contest at the Colorado County Fairgrounds. Members competed in their ability to evaluate livestock and place them accordingly, as well as answer a written test on chosen characteristics of the animals. Students evaluate market steers, breeding heifers, market swine, breeding swine, market goats and market lambs. Members who attended are as follows, (L-R) Jaylyn Danz, Kaylee Meader, Berta Salazar, Yahaira Salazar, Stephanie Dela Rosa, Lauren Hillsman, Kaelyn Hein, Deysi Rivera, Elizabeth Ibarra, Melanie Arguello, LeAnn Hillsman, Sharon Gutierrez, Jovani Ibarra, Karl Vahalik, Porter Jacob, Presley Jacob, Kaylee Lake, Maria Gomez, Remy Danz, Madison Meader, and Kinleigh Guidry (Waller County 4H). A few of our high individuals were- Elizabeth Ibarra, 4th overall Junior Division and Jaylyn Danz, 11th overall Junior Division. The top placing teams were Royal Jr. FFA Team #4, placing 4th overall, consisting of Elizabeth Ibarra, Jaylyn Danz, Maria Melendez, and Remy Danz. As well as Royal FFA Team #1 placing 20th overall, consisting of Andrea Gomez, Sharon Gutierrez, LeAnn Hillsman, and Melanie Arguello. We are so proud of each of our members who attended the Colorado County Fair Livestock Judging contest, and appreciate their hard work and dedication to this organization. We as FFA members will continue to strive for excellence and will continue to work hard in preparation for the next contest.

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Royal ISD

Royal ISD

3 days ago

Kindness is catching; help your child spread it

Children aren't always kind to one another. They pick on others or say mean things behind people's backs. But your child doesn't have to accept unkindness as the norm. Help her think through actions she can take if she sees a classmate being treated unkindly. Then challenge your child to do at least one nice thing for a classmate each week. She'll learn she has the power to make a difference.

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Royal ISD

Royal ISD

4 days ago

To help with math, a positive attitude is a plus

You can help your child learn math even if you don't remember any of the math you took in school. Here are some tips: Let him know that math is important, useful and fun. Ask questions about his homework, such as "How did you arrive at that answer?" or " Do you see a pattern in this page of problems?" Then involve your child in the math you do at home, such as measuring. And build daily math practice into his routine.

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