Royal Happenings

On May 3, our middle school students were treated to a truly unique day of education. In an effort to show the students some of the exciting careers that are available to them, we invited 26 individuals from our community into our middle school for the day. Some of the experiences the students were introduced […]

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By Mike Piersak W-M SPED Director Having attended, conducted participated in hundreds of special education IEP (individual education planning) meetings, it is often interesting to listen to discussions specific to the accommodations and modifications being suggested for the individual student. Being able to provide ample opportunities for success to all students requires a clear understanding […]

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Learning Spanish has always been a different experience than other classes; however, the use of the iPad has allowed the Spanish classes to be even more diverse. For the learning of the language itself, the iPad is being used for written, oral and listening work. There are online dictionaries that students can access, as well […]

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A new art class at the high school meets students at a current cultural level. One of the units in the Youth Culture class is in Overstanding. This is when you understand the four main components of the “Hip Hop” culture and their historical and cultural roots. Students cover the four areas of the arts, […]

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By Holly Teich Second Grade Teacher This year the second grade teachers are pulling together as a cohesive unit. We are inspired by the notion that “these are all our kids”. Together we are utilizing our talents to strengthen our teaching, and therefore strengthening the students’ learning. What is Power Hour? We are getting to […]

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By Wade Miller W-M Buildings and Grounds Supervisor Although Fire prevention Month is in October, it is one of those topics that should always be in the back of our minds, especially when children are involved. There are so many good articles and tips for training kids at a young age about fire safety. Just […]

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