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Legislation Day

SkillsUSA Represents Royal ISD at the Capitol

SkillsUSA Represents Royal ISD at the Capitol Royal ISD students participated in Legislation Day at the State Capitol in Austin. Legislation Day for SkillsUSA Students CTE students represented their high schools on Legislation Day, where they completed a mock debate regarding legislation on the house floor. The training for the event includes communication, parliamentary procedure, …

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Honoring Our Public School Lunch Heroes

Honoring Our Public School Lunch Heroes Public school nutrition and cafeteria staff provide essential services to our students every day.  On School Lunch Hero Day, school districts celebrate the dedication of school nutrition workers! Check out some of our public school nutrititon workers! Royal ISD North East ISD Thank you, School Nutrition Staff! Alief ISD …

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Teacher Appreciation Week Honors Educators

Teacher Appreciation Week celebrates our amazing and resilient educators! “There is no other time in history when our teachers have deserved more recognition and support than they do right now. And right now, we have an opportunity to give back to them and to elevate this most important profession.” – Kevin Brown, Texas Association of …

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Alvin ISD Student Publishes First Book

Alvin ISD Student Publishes First Book Alvin ISD fifth-grader Reyansh Lal is a published author! The Shirley Brothers Elementary School student wrote a book about three friends on an adventure to find treasure.  “The Lost Book” is a 15-page story inspired by Reyansh’s interest in fictional fantasy.  The idea for the book came from a 4th-grade …

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Public Schools and Diversity

Public Schools Promote Diversity, Equity, and Accountability

“EDUCATION IS THE GREAT EQUILIZER.” -HORACE MANN, PIONEER OF PUBLIC EDUCATION With everything going on in the world, heartfelt messages of support and encouragement for the Black Lives Matter movement are everywhere.  Our public school districts are no different, as numerous letters from superintendents and board members have been posted to reinforce public schools’ promise …

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Royal ISD Salutes Teachers and Students

ROYAL ISD  June 16, 2020 Royal ISD Salutes Teachers and Students Royal ISD salutes teachers and students for their hard work during the pandemic school closures. Students in Royal ISD submitted artwork, photos, and positive messages to show appreciation for their teachers. Royal ISD also honored its Royal High School senior graduates with a celebratory parade.  Seniors and their …

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summer meal program in the Houston and Gulf Coast area

Summer Meal Program in the Houston and Gulf Coast Area

1 in every 5 children struggle with food insecurity and hunger in Texas, and when the regular school year ends some children lose regular access to nutritious meals.  The federally-funded SFSP (Summer Food Service Program) offers reimbursement to local organizations that provide free, healthy meals to children over the summer months when there are school …

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Class of 2020 Ceremony Directory

Houston and Gulf Coast 2020 Graduation Ceremony Information 

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Graduation Ceremony Information   Our Gulf Coast-area school districts are honoring their class of 2020 graduating seniors despite the challenges of the pandemic.  Find the link to your district below for updates on graduation ceremonies and events.   Alief ISD   Alvin ISD Angleton ISD Brazosport ISD Clear Creek ISD Columbia Brazoria ISD Cypress Fairbanks …

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Free Counseling Services

Counseling Services Continue During Closures

Today we are constantly bombarded with information about coronavirus and COVID-19, and it can sometimes become overwhelming. There are so many opposing viewpoints that seem to evolve on a daily basis, and it’s challenging to keep up. For young children, this feeling of uncertainty can be frightening or cause anxiety. For adolescents, they may be …

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Students and Teachers Keep Busy During Closures

Our Gulf Coast- area public schools have been diligently working to quickly get students the tools they need for successful online learning.  Community volunteers and school staff have come together to make sure students are safely accessing devices and at-home learning packets, as well as healthy breakfasts and lunches.  Teachers and administrators are lifting students’ …

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School Meals Houston Area

Keeping Students Fed: Find Your District’s Meal Program

School Meal Map – Our Houston-area schools’ nutrition services staff works hard providing district children healthy meals even during school closures.