Royal School was granted a 6 - year accreditation in Spring 2015. This year, the accreditation committee is coming to Royal on Feb. 23, 2018 for a one day mid-cycle visit. They want to see how our school has been progressing over the past three years. The accreditation process is important because it helps us study our school’s actions so that we know what great things we should keep doing and how we can continue to improve. Click here to find a link to our Mid Cycle Progress Report.
Your child must be five years old on or before July 31st in order to enter kindergarten. Registration begins February 1st, 2018. Kindly remind your family, friends, neighbors with children living in our school district they can register at the school. Office will accept registration from 8:30am to 3:30pm. Kindly bring the following documents:
1. Child’s birth certificate
2. Proof of residency in Royal School’s catchment area
3. Original Form 14, revised 2010 (immunization record)
4. TB Clearance (date given and date read must be within 1 year of the child’s
5. Foreign students must include a passport or Visa printed in English
A new club is starting up this spring for Royal School Elementary girls in grades 3-5 -Girls on the Run! Our focus is on having FUN, learning new skills, and running games and activities. We will all be ready to run the Girls on the Run Spring 5K together at Ala Moana Beach Park in April! You don't need to be a runner or an athlete to join this club, just a 3rd, 4th or 5th grade Royal girl with a great attitude!
Meetings are on Mondays and Thursdays from 2:30 – 3:45 p.m., and begin February 5, 2018. Coaches are Nina Aguirre and Jillian Todd. Registration is done online at www.girlsontherunhawaii.org and will begin on January 3rd. Questions? Please email GOTR Hawaii director Liz Dietrich at email@example.com. *Financial assistance is available*
Girls on the Run encourages girls to recognize their individual strengths and celebrate connections with others. Each season, girls gain a better understanding of who they are and what's important to them, the value of teamwork and healthy relationships and how they can have a positive impact on the world. Girls also make a meaningful contribution to their community through a team-organized Community Impact Project. Physical activity is woven into the program to inspire an appreciation for fitness and healthy habits and teach life skills including treating others with care, practicing gratitude and managing emotions. Each season culminates with a Girls on the Run 5K event. This celebratory, non- competitive event provides girls with a sense of accomplishment and instills the value of goal setting at a young age.
The Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS-4) program is part of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's} effort to preserve, protect, and improve the Nation's water resources from polluted storm water runoff.
Click to view documents about this program and ways you can help.
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