RAL Weekly Bulletin Week #6

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK 6 – October 15 – 19

 

Weekly Schedule Activities Description
 

Monday, Oct. 15

 
 

Tuesday, Oct. 16

 
 

Wednesday, Oct. 17

 
 

Thursday, Oct. 18

 
 

Friday, Oct. 19

National Seafood Bisque Day!

 

Civil War tickets are on sale TODAY from 10-2:30 in the foyer.  Remember, we are NOT the home team.  This means your Family Pass and ASB Cards will not allow for free entry to the game.  Ticket prices are $6 for Adults and Students without ASB. $4 for Students with ASB and Senior Citizens.  Gates will open at 5:00 pm. 

 

MC CLUB MEMBERS, There will be NO MEETING THIS FRIDAY. Next Tuesday we will be picking up pumpkins and next Friday we will be carving and delivering pumpkins.

 

French Club – will meet on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month. Meetings will be in Mr. Mason’s room # 209 at 2:30pm.  Come Join us this Tuesday, October 23.  We will talk about fundraising and how to make fancy French goodies to share, possibly, at our next meeting. So save the date. That’s this Tuesday at 2:30 pm in room #209.

 

V Football vs MM Away 7:00 PM White Out Civil War @Longview Memorial Stadium

V Boys Tennis Districts IV 2A Tournament Away

 

 

ASL club tee shirt – If you ordered an ASL club tee shirt last year please pay for it in the ASB office and then pick it up in room 116 before school.  They’re still on sale for $15, first come first serve!

 

Chromebook Cases Available for Students Who Qualify

Mrs. Kruse has received 15 high quality Chromebook cases for students who qualify for free and reduced lunch because of a Donor’s Choose grant. These Chromebook cases will be checked out to the students each year with their district Chromebook, and freshman or sophomore students will be able to keep the case when they graduate. In order to qualify, students must get a photo release signed so their picture can be taken with the case, and must write a thank you card to the person who donated the case.  The cases will be available next week.  See Mrs. Kruse now to pick up a photo release and reserve yours.

 

WHITE OUT for civil war game this Friday night

 

Western Washington University will be here on Tuesday, the 23rd during 6th period.  Please check into your class before arriving.

 

 

2018-10-19T08:59:22+00:00October 19th, 2018|

RAL Weekly Bulletin Week #6

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK 6 – October 15 – 19

 

Weekly Schedule Activities Description
 

Monday, Oct. 15

 
 

Tuesday, Oct. 16

 
 

Wednesday, Oct. 17

 
 

Thursday, Oct. 18

National Chocolate Cupcake Day!

 

Civil War tickets go on sale TODAY and TOMORROW from 10-2:30 in the foyer.  Remember, we are NOT the home team.  This means your Family Pass and ASB Cards will not allow for free entry to the game.  Ticket prices are $6 for Adults and Students without ASB. $4 for Students with ASB and Senior Citizens.  Gates will open at 5:00 pm. 

French Club – will meet on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month. Meetings will be in Mr. Mason’s room # 209 at 2:30pm.  Come Join us this Tuesday, October 23.  We will talk about fundraising and how to make fancy French goodies to share, possibly, at our next meeting. So save the date. That’s this Tuesday at 2:30 pm in room #209.

Washington State University-Pullman will be in the Career Center Today during 5th period.  Check into your 5th period class before arriving.

Western Washington University will be here on Tuesday, the 23rd during 6th period.  Please check into your class before arriving.

 

The Diversity Club will have its first official meeting Today, October 18th in Mrs. Martinez’s room (rm. 208). If you’d like to learn more about different cultures, religions, ethnicities, communities (LGBT and more), then come on by. Bring a friend and see you then!!!

V B&G XC 2A GSHL League Sub District Away 2:00 PM  @ Vancouver Lake Park

C, JV,V Volleyball vs Hockinson Home4/5:30/7:00 PM @ The Lumber Dome

JV, V Girls Soccer vs Hockinson Home 4/6:00 PM @Longview Memorial Stadium

V Boys Tennis District IV 2A Tournament Away

 

Friday, Oct. 19

National Seafood Bisque Day!

 

V Football vs MM Away 7:00 PM White Out Civil War @Longview Memorial Stadium

V Boys Tennis Districts IV 2A Tournament Away

 

 

ASL club tee shirt – If you ordered an ASL club tee shirt last year please pay for it in the ASB office and then pick it up in room 116 before school.  They’re still on sale for $15, first come first serve!

 

Chromebook Cases Available for Students Who Qualify

Mrs. Kruse has received 15 high quality Chromebook cases for students who qualify for free and reduced lunch because of a Donor’s Choose grant. These Chromebook cases will be checked out to the students each year with their district Chromebook, and freshman or sophomore students will be able to keep the case when they graduate. In order to qualify, students must get a photo release signed so their picture can be taken with the case, and must write a thank you card to the person who donated the case.  The cases will be available next week.  See Mrs. Kruse now to pick up a photo release and reserve yours.

 

WHITE OUT for civil war game this Friday night

 

2018-10-18T08:21:08+00:00October 18th, 2018|

RAL Weekly Bulletin Week #6

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK 6 – October 15 – 19

 

Weekly Schedule Activities Description
 

Monday, Oct. 15

 
 

Tuesday, Oct. 16

 
 

Wednesday, Oct. 17

National Pasta Day!

 

Buddy Club during both lunches today! Grab your lunch and come join us in room 104!

 

If you ordered an ASL club tee shirt last year please pay for it in the ASB office and then pick it up in room 116 before school.  They’re still on sale for $15, first come first serve!

 

Chromebook Cases Available for Students Who Qualify

Mrs. Kruse has received 15 high quality Chromebook cases for students who qualify for free and reduced lunch because of a Donor’s Choose grant. These Chromebook cases will be checked out to the students each year with their district Chromebook, and freshman or sophomore students will be able to keep the case when they graduate. In order to qualify, students must get a photo release signed so their picture can be taken with the case, and must write a thank you card to the person who donated the case.  The cases will be available next week.  See Mrs. Kruse now to pick up a photo release and reserve yours.

 

WHITE OUT for civil war game this Friday night.

 

 

Early Release @ 1:25 PM

V Boys Golf District 4 Champ. Tournament Away 11:00 AM @Lewis River Golf Course

 

Thursday, Oct. 18

National Chocolate Cupcake Day!

 

Washington State University-Pullman will be in the Career Center on Thursday during 5th period.  Check into your 5th period class before arriving.

 

The Diversity Club will have its first official meeting Thursday, October 18th in Mrs. Martinez’s room (rm. 208). If you’d like to learn more about different cultures, religions, ethnicities, communities (LGBT and more), then come on by. Bring a friend and see you then!!!

 

V B&G XC 2A GSHL League Sub District Away 2:00 PM  @ Vancouver Lake Park

C, JV,V Volleyball vs Hockinson Home4/5:30/7:00 PM @ The Lumber Dome

JV, V Girls Soccer vs Hockinson Home 4/6:00 PM @Longview Memorial Stadium

V Boys Tennis District IV 2A Tournament Away

 

Friday, Oct. 19

National Seafood Bisque Day!

 

V Football vs MM Away 7:00 PM White Out Civil War @Longview Memorial Stadium

V Boys Tennis Districts IV 2A Tournament Away

2018-10-17T08:08:45+00:00October 17th, 2018|

RAL Weekly Bulletin Week 6

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK 6 – October 15 – 19

 

Weekly Schedule Activities Description
 

Monday, Oct. 15

 
 

Tuesday, Oct. 16

Global Cat Day!

 

If you have an application for the PUD Fair, they need to be turned in to the Career Center by the end of the day.  If you have already turned in your application, stop by and pick up your permission slip that needs to be signed by a parent.

 

Girls soccer doesn’t leave for Columbia River until 3:15. Players are not excused to leave class early.

Washington State University-Pullman will be in the Career Center on Thursday during 5th period.  Check into your 5th period class before arriving.

V Boys Golf District 4 Champ. Tournament Away 12:00 PM @Lewis River Golf Course

C, JV, V Volleyball vs  Columbia River Away 5:30/7 PM

JV, V Girls Soccer vs Columbia River Away 5/7:00 PM

 

Wednesday, Oct. 17

National Pasta Day!

 

 

 

 

Early Release @ 1:25 PM

V Boys Golf District 4 Champ. Tournament Away 11:00 AM @Lewis River Golf Course

 

Thursday, Oct. 18

National Chocolate Cupcake Day!

 

V B&G XC 2A GSHL League Sub District Away 2:00 PM  @ Vancouver Lake Park

C, JV,V Volleyball vs Hockinson Home4/5:30/7:00 PM @ The Lumber Dome

JV, V Girls Soccer vs Hockinson Home 4/6:00 PM @Longview Memorial Stadium

V Boys Tennis District IV 2A Tournament Away

 

Friday, Oct. 19

National Seafood Bisque Day!

 

V Football vs MM Away 7:00 PM @ Longview Memorial Stadium

V Boys Tennis Districts IV 2A Tournament Away

 

 

 

The Diversity Club will have its first official meeting Thursday, October 18th in Mrs. Martinez’s room (rm. 208). If you’d like to learn more about different cultures, religions, ethnicities, communities (LGBT and more), then come on by. Bring a friend and see you then!!!

 

Cowlitz PUD will be hosting their 2nd Annual half day career fair on Thursday October 25, 2018. We have room for at least 2 more applications. The goal is to have 10 students from R.A.Long High school come to the PUD and spend a half day learning about possible careers they could have in their future.   You must be a good student with good grades. Sign up in the Career Center.

 

Art Club will meet on Tuesdays 2:30-3:30. You do NOT need to be in an art class to come. 

 

Aloha, Ukulele Group has change to Thursday. Keep Practicing. Aloha

 

 

 

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2018-10-16T08:16:45+00:00October 16th, 2018|

RAL softball field improvements underway

The weather in Western Washington is tough on natural grass playing fields. The rainy and dry conditions of the seasons leave fields with patchy grass, holes and crusty dirt.

The Longview Public Schools facilities team has taken on a big project – improving the R. A. Long softball field.

The team started the project by leveling the playing field and taking out the patchy, dead grass. With years of use grass infields develop high and low spots around the batter’s box, base paths and in the outfield.

Now that the field is once again flat the outfield is being fitted with an irrigation system. New grass will be planted, and with proper irrigation now possible, the outfield should stay lush and green year around.

The infield area, which had many low spots causing puddling during rainy times, will be treated with a mix of dirt, sand and a product called Turface.

Turface is a “turf conditioner”, which will allow water to drain, while keeping the infield dirt from becoming “hardpan”.

The facilities team uses a machine that digs and mixes the dirt, sand and Turface together then packs it down and brushes over the top. The goal is to get a 6-inch layer of the dirt, sand and Turface mixture all over the infield.

The project will allow the field to be playable more often and remain in better shape for years to come.

2018-10-11T15:53:46+00:00October 11th, 2018|

RAL Weekly Bulletin Week # 5

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK 5 – October 8 – 12

Congratulations to

The Varsity Girls Soccer team on their 3 to 1 win over Woodland last night and also to

the Varsity Girls Slowpitch Softball team on their win over MM blue 18 to 1!

Way to Go Jills!!!

 

Weekly Schedule Activities Description
 

Monday, Oct. 8

 
 

Tuesday, Oct. 9

 
 

Wednesday, Oct. 10

National Angel Food Cake Day!

 

Pictures will be given out during both lunches today in the cafeteria; you need your picture packet if you are going to get your pictures retaken on Monday, October 15th as retakes.

Don’t forget, there are 2 great events happening today after school.  The first is the LCC Volunteer Fair held from 3:30 to 6:00 in the LCC Student Center. It’s you chance to learn about several great volunteer opportunities.

The second event is for seniors only.  It is the hands on FAFSA event at Mark Morris at 6:00.  This is a chance to fill out your FAFSA with college professionals.  You must bring your parent or guardian.

Key Club Recycling every Wednesday. Earn Service to School OR Community Service by helping with recycling. 

October is Key Club’s Project Eliminate. Key Club is collecting change through October 31st for UNICEF. For more details speak with a Key Club member today!

C Football vs Columbia River Home 5:30 PM

V B & G XC vs Woodland Away 4:00 PM

V Girls Swim vs Evergreen, M.V. Heritage, Union, MM Away 5:00 PM

V Girls Slowpitch Softball vs Camas Away  4:00 PM

 

Thursday, Oct. 11

National Sausage Pizza Day!

 

The Diversity Club will have its first official meeting on Thursday October 18th in Mrs. Martinez’s room (rm. 208). If you’d like to learn more about different cultures, religions, ethnicities, communities (LGBT and more), then come on by. Bring a friend and see you then!!!

V Football vs Columbia River Home 7:00 PM @ Longview Memorial Stadium

V Boys Golf League Championship  Away         11:00 AM  @ LRGC

 

Friday, Oct. 12

National Farmers Day!

 

 

V Boys Tennis League Championships        Away     (Green Mead

 

 

 Cowlitz PUD will be hosting their 2nd Annual half day career fair on Thursday October 25, 2018. The goal is to have 10 students from R.A.Long High school come to the PUD and spend a half day learning about possible careers they could have in their future.   You must be a good student with good grades.Sign up in the Career Center.

Art Club will meet on Tuesdays 2:30-3:30. You do NOT need to be in an art class to come. 

Volunteers are needed for the Fire Prevention Week Open House on Saturday, Oct. 13th.  Sign up in the Career Center

Aloha, Ukulele Group has change to Thursday. Keep Practicing. Aloha

Are you wondering how to get your community service hours?? On October 10th Lower Columbia College will be hosting a Volunteer Fair (3:30-6pm) with many local area agencies that promote and accept volunteers.  It will be held in the LCC Student Center.

 

 

2018-10-10T08:36:36+00:00October 10th, 2018|

RAL Weekly Bulletin, Week 5, October 8 – 12, 2018

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL    

   WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK 5 – October 8 – 12, 2018

Congratulations to Cross Country’s Nick Saryrz, who took 1st place at the Nike Invitational meet on Saturday. His time of 15:46 in the 3.1 mile race beat out 371 competitors in his field, and set a new school record.  The boys team took sixth place out of 53 teams, and all twelve girls and boys runners set personal records at the meet. 

Congrats, Jacks and Jills!

 

 

Weekly Schedule Activities Description
 

Monday, Oct. 8

Columbus Day!

 

Central Washington University will be in the Career Center tomorrow during 2nd period.  Check into your  2nd period class before arriving.

Cowlitz PUD will be hosting their 2nd Annual half day career fair on Thursday October 25, 2018. The goal is to have 10 students from R.A.Long High school come to the PUD and spend a half day learning about possible careers they could have in their future.   You must be a good student with good grades. Sign up in the Career  Center.

There is a Hands on FAFSA night, this Weds., the 10th from 6 to 8 p.m. at Mark Morris room C-5.  Student must have a parent or guardian accompany them.

The Booster Club is hosting a taco feed at Tuesday’s volleyball match against Woodland.  Tacos will be $2 each or 3 for $5.    Hope to see you there!

JV Football vs Ridgefield Away  6:00 PM                             

V Boys Tennis vs MM Away 3:30 PM

V Girls Slowpitch Softball vs Mount. View Away  4/5:15PM

 

Tuesday, Oct. 9

National Moldy Cheese Day!

 

 

 C, JV, V Volleyball vs Woodland Home 4/5:30/7 PM  @ The Lumber Dome

JV,V Girls Soccer vs Woodland Home     4/6 PM  @ Longview Memorial Stadium

 V Boys Tennis vs Washougal      Away    3:30 PM

 

Wednesday, Oct. 10

National Angel Food Cake Day!

 

 

 

 

C Football vs Columbia River Away 4:00 PM

V B & G XC vs Woodland Away 4:00 PM                               

V Girls Swim vs Evergreen, M.V. Heritage, Union, MM Away 5:00 PM

V Girls Slowpitch Softball vs Camas Away  4:00 PM

 

Thursday,

 Oct. 11

National Sausage Pizza Day!

 

 

V Football vs Columbia River Home 7:00 PM @ Longview Memorial Stadium        

V Boys Golf League Championship  Away     11:00 AM  @ LRGC

 

Friday, Oct. 12

National Farmers Day!

 

 

V Boys Tennis League Championships        Away     (Green Mead)

 

 

Art Club will meet on Tuesdays 2:30-3:30. You do NOT need to be in an art class to come. 

Volunteers are needed for the Fire Prevention Week Open House on Saturday, Oct. 13th.  Sign up in the Career Center

Aloha, Ukulele Group has change to Thursday. Keep Practicing. Aloha

The first Spanish Club meeting will take place on Tuesday, October 9th in Mrs. Martinez’s room (rm. 208) immediately after school.  Meetings will be on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month.

The PSAT exam will be given on Wednesday, October 10th from 7:45 to approximately 11:30 a.m. in the RA Long auditorium.  The cost is $16.00.  Please pay your money in the ASB office before or after school or during lunch. Once you receive your receipt, please come to the Guidance Office to have your name placed on the list.  There are 11 fee waivers for Juniors, if you qualify, please come as soon as possible to the Guidance Office to be able to use one.  You may sign up for the PSAT starting today until October 9th.

Are you wondering how to get your community service hours?? On October 10th Lower Columbia College will be hosting a Volunteer Fair (3:30-6pm) with many local area agencies that promote and accept volunteers.  It will be held in the LCC Student Center.

FBLA is meeting Monday, after school in room 118. If you are interested in business? Owning your own business? This is the group for you. Come and find out about FBLA on Monday afternoon!

Susan Donahue’s 5th period will take first lunch every Wednesday

 

 

2018-10-09T16:30:01+00:00October 8th, 2018|

Pre-Apprenticeship Program Grand Opening

State Representative Brian Blake and Jill Diehl, Director of Career Readiness for Longview Public Schools

The goal of graduating seniors is to have a bright future.

Longview Public Schools took a big leap forward in providing high school students with great career options with the grand opening of the new pre-apprenticeship program at Mark Morris High School.

The program, developed in partnership with the local trades including IBEW 48 and UA 26, and with generous funding from JH Kelly, will serve students from across the district for years to come.

The new skill center will give students the chance to be hands on and learn the trades, and upon graduation be prepared to enter a union apprenticeship program.

The grand opening event brought supporters together from the community, labor unions, JH Kelly, state government, city government, Longview School Board, numerous community leaders, and school district personnel.

19th District State Representative Brian Blake said, “This is a fantastic program and it’s great to see the school district partner with business and the trades to prepare young people for rewarding careers.”

Students from all Longview high schools will be able to enroll in the pre-apprenticeship program.

2018-10-10T14:29:53+00:00October 4th, 2018|

Pre-Apprenticeship Program Grand Opening

State Representative Brian Blake and Jill Diehl, Director of Career Readiness for Longview Public Schools

The goal of graduating seniors is to have a bright future.

Longview Public Schools took a big leap forward in providing high school students with great career options with the grand opening of the new pre-apprenticeship program at Mark Morris High School.

The program, developed in partnership with the local trades including IBEW 48 and UA 26, and with generous funding from JH Kelly, will serve students from across the district for years to come.

The new skill center will give students the chance to be hands on and learn the trades, and upon graduation be prepared to enter a union apprenticeship program.

The grand opening event brought supporters together from the community, labor unions, JH Kelly, state government, city government, Longview School Board, numerous community leaders, and school district personnel.

19th District State Representative Brian Blake said, “This is a fantastic program and it’s great to see the school district partner with business and the trades to prepare young people for rewarding careers.”

Students from all Longview high schools will be able to enroll in the pre-apprenticeship program.

2018-10-10T14:26:53+00:00October 4th, 2018|

Pre-Apprenticeship Program Grand Opening

State Representative Brian Blake and Jill Diehl, Director of Career Readiness for Longview Public Schools

The goal of graduating seniors is to have a bright future.

Longview Public Schools took a big leap forward in providing high school students with great career options with the grand opening on the new pre-apprenticeship program at Mark Morris High School.

The program, developed in partnership with the local trades including IBEW 48 and UA 26, and with generous funding from JH Kelly, will serve students from across the district for years to come.

The new skill center will give students the chance to be hands on and learn the trades, and upon graduation be prepared to enter a union apprenticeship program.

The grand opening event brought supporters together from the community, labor unions, JH Kelly, state government, city government, Longview School Board, numerous community leaders, and school district personnel.

19th District State Representative Brian Blake said, “This is a fantastic program and it’s great to see the school district partner with business and the trades to prepare young people for rewarding careers.”

Students from all Longview High Schools will be able to enroll in the pre-apprenticeship program.

2018-10-04T16:15:37+00:00October 4th, 2018|
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