The Junior Class Ring Ceremony is approaching. This is an opportunity for you to recognize an educator for the impact they have made on you. This may be a current or former teacher, coach and/or administrator. The presenter is not required to be a current or past Royse City ISD employee. (If your presenter is from another district that you attended, that is okay). You will need to reach out to them and invite them to present your ring to you. Invitations can be picked up in the front office. The ceremony will take place on November 15, at 7:00 pm in the PAC.
If you plan to participate in the ring ceremony, please fill out the following form identifying who will be presenting your class ring along with your parents' names. All juniors are invited to participate in the ceremony; even if you have not purchased a ring or if your ring was not purchased through Balfour. Every student will be presented in the same box. This is a very special ceremony that celebrates your progress as you near the end of your educational career. This is a special event so the dress is Sunday best.
The deadline to complete the form is November 9th. If you need to change your selection after you have submitted this form, please notify Mrs. Lancaster in Alpha House and she will make the adjustments.
The RCHS Special Olympic team would like to thank American National Bank, Balfour, Golden Chick, Guaranty Bank, High Point Church, and Walmart for their generous contributions toward purchasing our letter jackets.
Traffic Flow Pattern
The RCHS traffic flow plan has parents dropping off and picking up students in the back of the campus. This allows for student drivers to be totally separate from car riders each day. Buses will continue to use the front loop.
We are so excited to share information through this new campus website. Our goal is to provide important information and communicate in a way that better serves ours students and community. Please share the link to our site through social media!
What is C4L?
We are really excited about the C4L (Connected For Learning) Project that we started at Royse City High School last year. C4L provides each of our students with a Chromebook computer if they choose to check one out. Chromebooks are great devices for the educational environment because of their ease of use, great battery life, and cost. The vision behind the C4L Project is to provide all RCHS student access to the information they need to be successful.