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RAL Weekly Bulletin, 6/


WEEK 41 –   June 11 – 15

Weekly Schedule Activities Description

Monday, June 11

National German Chocolate Cake Day!                                          3 ½



Volunteers Needed – Hey, Next years Seniors……The Longview Pioneer Lions provide scholarships for graduating seniors so this volunteer opportunity is a  good way to introduce yourself to them. They need lots of help for their summer concessions at Lake Sacajawea as well as other events.  Please sign up in the Career Center as soon as possible. 


Prom Pictures – Pick up your prom pictures in the Jacks’ House before school, during lunch   and  right after school (Pictures won’t be handed out during class time so don’t ask)!  I will have  them  in the cafeteria for seniors on Tuesday for Senior checkout.


SENIOR PICNIC:  at 2:45 p.m.  Seniors meet in front of RAL.  This is a picnic for ALL   seniors. Buses leave RAL at 2:45 p.m.  If you wish to attend, you must ride the bus.  The first bus returns to RAL at 4:00 p.m.




Tuesday, June 12

National Peanut Butter Cookie Day!                                             2 ½


CAPS AND GOWNS DISTRIBUTED:  at 1:30 p.m. in the cafeteria.


 Drama – Would you like to compete with drama club in monologue, scenes, or musical numbers?? Thespian competition has been moved to November next year. If you are interested in competing with us, please join us for an informational meeting after school Tuesday June 12th in the R. A. Long auditorium. We hope to see you there!



Wednesday, June 13

National Random Acts of Light Day!                                                              1 ½


SENIOR WALK at ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS at 9:00 a.m. Meet in front of RA Long.


Thursday, June 14

 National Strawberry Shortcake Day!                                                             ½


LAST DAY of SCHOOL – Release at 11:50 a.m.


BACCALAUREATE:  at 7:00 p.m. in the RAL Auditorium.  This is a religious service sponsored by the Longview Ministerial Association honoring the graduating seniors.  Wear your gowns, but not your cap and meet in the auditorium at 6:15 p.m.  This is a formal affair.


Friday, June 15



COMMENCEMENT PRACTICE:  Friday, June 15th at 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.



  Freshman – If you registered to take AP US History next year, please go see Mr. Ott in Room  212 to get your Summer Homework, Google Classroom Code, and textbook. If you have any questions, please  make sure to see Mr. Ott.


 If you signed up for AP English Language and Composition next year, you have been invited to the AP Lang Google Classroom.  If you have questions about the summer assignment OR if you’re not on the classroom list, please see Mrs. Grady in room 207 before Thursday 6/14!


 Seniors will get their yearbooks June 12th during checkout in the cafeteria at 1:30. The rest of the  students will get their yearbooks during lunchtime on June 13th and 14th in room 203. There is only 40  extra yearbooks so go and pay Jaimie in the ASB to reserve your book


  Library Books Due – All seniors will need to return their books by June 11.  On June 12 all books that have not been turned in will be marked as lost and a fine will be generated.  All  remaining students must have their books turned in by June 12.  Any books not turned in by that date will be marked as lost and show as a fine.


  Chromebooks Due – Starting next Friday, students will be coming with their Social Studies (seniors). Freshmen and sophomores will be returning their Chromebooks in their English classes on Monday, June 11, and juniors will return their Chromebooks on June 12.  Students   will need to make sure that their Chromebook is charged and that they have their charger.  On the day that students bring their Chromebook for return, they will

•Line up in front of the circulation counter with their Chromebooks open and logged into their  Account

•Show Mrs. Kruse that their Chromebook is functioning and then log off

•Let Mrs. Kruse know if their Chromebook needs repairs

•Turn in their charger

•Head back to classStudents who do not return their Chromebook will be charged a $326 fine.  Students who have lost their chargers will be charged a $35 fine.

Community Service – The Longview-Kelso Kiwanis and RA Long Key Club have several opportunities for community service this summer. If you want to get a head start on Community Service hours for next year see Mr. Hedge in room 112. Service includes 4th of July Salmon Bake, 4th of July Fireworks sales,  and Fair grounds parking.

 Seniors – Are you a senior looking for a summer job?  Do you like being outdoors and yard work?  If so, see Jodi in the Career Center for more information.

Volunteers Needed – The Longview Pioneer Lions is looking for volunteers for their summer concessions at Lake Sacajawea as well as other events.  Please sign up in the Career Center. The Lions provide scholarships for graduating seniors so this is a good way to introduce yourself to them.


Science Camp – High school students, including incoming freshmen and just-graduated seniors, are invited to experience the “Terra Trackers” OR “Space and Rocketry” Camps being held this summer at RAL sponsored by NASA and UW. These FREE week-long camps includes working with electronics, robotics, rockets and/or  weather balloons. The Terra Trackers Environmental Science Camp are July 16 through July 19. The Space and Rocketry Camp is July 30th to August 2nd. Applications are DUE by June 15. Return them to the ASB  office at RAL, or scanned and email to Mrs. Burleson or Ms. Gonzalez. A google classroom with all info was created for you: use code 86hg8t. Have questions? Email us


Spring football signups are open on Family ID and if you plan on attending, this has to be done before you can practice.

Seniors, make sure that you are checking Jodi’s Google Classroom.  New scholarships are posted  almost







16- COMMENCEMENT: at 3:00 p.m. at the Longview Memorial Stadium.  Black or dark shoes are preferred. Be in the North Stands by 2:30 p.m.  The public will be seated in the stadium.  Handicapped        seating is available below the stadium.  No tickets are needed.







Early Release Schedule, Out @ Noon with Shuttles


Periods        Time            Leave for Shuttle   Shuttle Departs

1st               7:55-8:31                8:25                      8:28

2nd              8:36-9:12                9:06                      9:09

3rd               9:17-9:53                9:47                      9:50

4th               9:58-10:34              10:28                     10:31

5th               10:39-11:15            11:09                     11:12

6th               11:20-12:00            11:52                     11:55


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