Daily Bulletin

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RAL Bulletin Week #4



WEEK #4 –

  September 16-20, 2019


To the RAL Girls Varsity Soccer Team on their

1 to 0 win over

the Woodland Lady Beavers!

Chloe Yordy made the goal!

Way to Go Jills!



Weekly Schedule

Activities Description

Monday, Sept.  16

 Mayflower Day!



American Sign Language Club Room 138 2:30 PM Advisor: Mary DeGraaf-Gramett

DECA – Room 203 2:30 PM Advisor: Joe Reid

FBLA – Room 118 2:30 PM Advisor: Sharon Jacobs

Science Club: Olympiad- Room 130 230 PM & 1st SAT Advisor: Burleson/Gonzalez


Tuesday, Sept. 17

 National Apple Dumpling Day!


Art Club – Room 108 2:30 PM Advisor: Jayleen Baker

Spanish Club – Room 208 2nd & 4th Tuesdays 2:30 Pm Advisor: Alex Martinez-Amores


Wednesday, Sept. 18

 National Cheeseburger Day!





Buddy Club – Room 104 During both lunches Advisor: Kerrie Claggett

Early release @1:25

GSA Club Room – 208 1:25 -1:55 PM Advisor: Alex Martinez-Amores

Games and Comics Club – Room 209 1:30 -3 PM Advisor: Paul Field

Dungeons & Dragons – Room 204 1:25 PM Advisor:  Mike Fajardo

Hiking & Nature – Room 113 Monthly on Wednesdays Advisor: Tami Retterath

Key Club Recycling – Back Hall 1:25 PM Advisor: David Hedge

ReAL Teens Read – Library Lunches Advisor: Jodeana Kruse



Thursday, Sept. 19

 National Butterscotch Pudding Day!



Chinese Club  – Room 116 2:30-3:30 PM Advisor: Maria Lavelle

French Club – Room 117 1st and 3rd Thursday 2:45 PM Advisor: August Mason

HOSA – Room 109B 2:30 PM Advisor: Dan Ruiz

Key Club (Kiwanis) Room 112 2:30 PM Advisor: David Hedge

Math Club – Room Portable B 2:30 PM Advisor: Nate Nielson

Ukulele Club – Room 118 2:30 Advisor: Sharon Jacobs


Friday, Sept. 20

 National Pepperoni Pizza Day!


 Please join us for the Second Annual Carver Peterson Suicide Prevention & Awareness walk at Lake Sacajawea, tomorrow, September 21st from 10 to noon, starting at Hemlock Plaza Playground, Kessler and Hemlock. Walk as much or as little as you like. Bring a picture of your loved one to display and receive a ribbon as a memento. Help us raise suicide awareness.

Community Service – Would you like to volunteer at the Extreme Machines happening at the Fair Grounds tomorrow?  If so, see Jodi in the Career Center right away. It’s a fun event and you will get Community Service hours and a T-shirt.


V Football vs Hockinson Home 7 PM  @ Longview Memorial Stadium

V SlowPitch vs MM Home 4 PM Rescheduled from Tuesday

Multi- Cultural Club – Room 118 2:30 PM Advisor: Sharon Jacobs

Science Club – Room 130 230 PM

Advisors: Burleson/Gonzalez












  Teen Mentor Program – Want to earn service to school points and make a difference in a child’s life then consider being a part of the teen mentor program at RA Long. If you are interested in becoming a teen mentor see Keli in the Career Center. Teen Mentor’s from last year, if you would like to continue being a mentor again this year check in with Keli

The IBEW Hall is having a workshop on what’s happening in Manufacturing in Cowlitz County and who is hiring. It takes place in the IBEW Hall on Commerce Ave.   If you are interested in going, you will need to provide your own transportation and have your parent excuse your absence.  It is from 10:00 to 12:00 p.m, on Sept. 24th.

SENIORS, there will be a Financial Aid information night on Wednesday, Sept. 25th at 6:00  p.m. here at R.A. Long.  A presenter from Washington State University will be presenting in the auditorium.  It is  very important that you attend and bring your parent/guardians. You will get a Service to School point if you attend with a parent.

Need community service hours or service to school points? Volunteer your time on Friday Sept 27 from 4pm-7pm at LCC for the Family STEM night. Sign-up with Burleson room 130

The GSA (The Genders and Sexualities Alliance) –  will be meeting in Mrs. Martinez’s  room (208) every Wednesday from 1:25 to 1:55. Bring a friend! Hope to see you there!

Jack Shack –Do you need service to school points?  Do you want to have fun getting to know other students while learning some great job skills?  Then come work in the Jack Shack! Stop in and see Sheila, at the jack Shack,  on your lunch break to get more details!  

 Volunteer Opportunity – Mt. Solo Middle School is looking for volunteers to help with Football and Volleyball games.  Please sign up in the Career Center.

 The Kitchen is in need of student helpers for both lunches. Work involves assisting the lunch staff, serving lunches.  No food handlers card required. Earn school service points and a free lunch. This would be a great opportunity for seniors who need points before graduation. If you think you’re interested, come into the kitchen and talk to Laurie before school or during breakfast to get more details.

Do you need service to school points?  Do you want to have fun getting to know other students while learning some great job skills?  Then come work in the Jack Shack! Stop in and see Sheila, at the jack Shack,  on your lunch break to get more details!

Need Service to School points?  We need students to work the soccer games!  Please see Jaimie in ASB for more details and to sign up.

Responsible concession stand workers needed at Roy Morse Park on Saturdays through October 4 from 11am-4pm. Please see Mrs. Bergquist in room 114 if you are interested.

Extreme Theatre – is back and is happening this fall, October 4 and 5. This 24 hour event puts students into teams to write, rehearse, act, tech, and perform short 10 minute plays. Some school service points and/or community service hours are available. Applications are due by September 17th so pick up yours today in the auditorium at R.A. Long!

Volunteer Opportunity – Mount St. Helens Visitor Center and Seaquest Park is looking for volunteers to get ready for the 40th Anniversary of the Eruption.  Please sign up in the Career Center.




September 20th, 2019|