Veterans Day Assemblies

Today several of our schools held Veterans Day assemblies to honor those who have served in our military. Thank you Veterans for your service!

Mint Valley Students at Assembly Honoring all who served. Veterans Day. United States Flag against clouds on a sunset. Two veterans smiling on a green backdrop A veteran on a green backdrop

2019-11-08T16:21:07-07:00November 8th, 2019|

RAL Bulletin Week 11

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL

WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK #11 –

November 4 – 8, 2019

 

 

Weekly Schedule

Activities Description
 

Monday, Nov. 4

National Candy Day!

 

 

 

American Sign Language Club Room 138 2:30 PM Advisor:Mary DeGraafGramett

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, Nov. 5

National Doughnut 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, Nov. 6

National Nachos Day!

 

 

Buddy Club during both lunches room 104 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 209 1:25 PM Advisor: Mike Fajardo

Hiking & Nature – Room 115 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 Starting soon!

 

 

Thursday, Nov. 7

National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds 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, Nov. 8

National S.T.E.M./S.T.E.A.M. Day!

 

Picture Retakes are in the ASB office. Please pick them up as soon as possible.

 

4, 5, 6 No Lunch Early Release @ 10:50

 

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

Science Club – Room 130 230 PM Advisors: Burleson/Gonzalez

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Girls Basketball – Girls basketball will have an informational meeting next Wednesday the 13th at 1:30 in Mr. Ott’s Room (212). Schedules will be given at that time. Make sure you are signed up on Family ID, have an updated physical. Tryouts begin on Monday the 18th at 2:30. If you have questions please see Mr. Ott.

Community Service – Mt. Solo is looking for help with Wrestling and Basketball. Please sign up in the Career Center. You can earn Service to School or Community Service.

History of Blacksmithing – Are you interested in learning the history, techniques and history of Blacksmithing? There is a workshop that will take pace in Stella, Washington. For more

info, go to the Career Center.

Student Volunteers –Longview Parks & Recreation is looking for a few student volunteers to help out with coaching 1st thru 4th graders through basketball drills at very recreational skills level of teams. Practices are a few nights a week in the evening at local

elementary schools.

Community Service – Robert Gray Elementary is looking for high school students to help with childcare during the PTO meetings. You can use this for service to school or community service. Please sign up in the Career Center.

Girls basketball open gym is Sundays 5-6pm and Thursdays 6-7pm.

Weight Room – Will be open Monday Tuesday, and Thursdays after school until 3:15 for students and/or athletes to work out.

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!

 

 

2019-11-08T11:23:25-07:00November 8th, 2019|

RAL Bulletin Week 11

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL

WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK #11 –

November 4 – 8, 2019

 

 

Weekly Schedule

Activities Description
 

Monday, Nov. 4

National Candy Day!

 

 

 

American Sign Language Club Room 138 2:30 PM Advisor:Mary DeGraafGramett

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, Nov. 5

National Doughnut 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, Nov. 6

National Nachos Day!

 

“Hey Jacks! Key Club – invites you to join us today in spreading kindness within our school and community. Take a moment to help a friend, give a genuine compliment to someone passing by, show some love and give a little.”

 

Eastern Washington will be here today during 2nd period in the Career Center.  Check in to your class before attending.

 

Football Players – football gear check in will be 2:30-3:30 today

 

Blood Drive – All Day

 

Buddy Club during both lunches room 104 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 209 1:25 PM Advisor: Mike Fajardo

Hiking & Nature – Room 115 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 Starting soon!

 

 

Thursday, Nov. 7

National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day!

 

Whitworth will be here Thursday during 1st period in the Career Center. Check in to your class before attending.

 

1, 2, 3 No Lunch Early Release @ 10:50 Parent/Teacher Conferences 1-7 PM in Cafeteria

 

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, Nov. 8

National S.T.E.M./S.T.E.A.M. Day!

 

4, 5, 6 No Lunch Early Release @ 10:50

 

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

Science Club – Room 130 230 PM Advisors: Burleson/Gonzalez

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Community Service – Mt. Solo is looking for help with Wrestling and Basketball. Please sign up in the Career Center. You can earn Service to School or Community Service.

Students—do you want to earn a school-to-service point?   We need help with parent conference set up, clean up, etc. Please sign up in the guidance office if you are willing/able to help with this activity. You will earn 1 school-to-service point.

History of Blacksmithing – Are you interested in learning the history, techniques and history of Blacksmithing? There is a workshop that will take pace in Stella, Washington. For more info, go to the Career Center.

Student Volunteers –Longview Parks & Recreation is looking for a few student volunteers to help out with coaching 1st thru 4th graders through basketball drills at very recreational skills level of teams. Practices are a few nights a week in the evening at local elementary schools.

Community Service – Robert Gray Elementary is looking for high school students to help with childcare during the PTO meetings. You can use this for service to school or community service. Please sign up in the Career Center.

Girls basketball open gym is Sundays 5-6pm and Thursdays 6-7pm.

Weight Room – Will be open Monday Tuesday, and Thursdays after school until 3:15 for students and/or athletes to work out.

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!

 

 

2019-11-06T09:30:07-07:00November 6th, 2019|

RAL Bulletin Week 11

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL

 WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK #11 –

  November 4 – 8, 2019

Congratulations

 To the RAL Slow Pitch Softball Team on their

4th place finish this past Saturday at the State Tournament.

Way to Go Jills!!!

 

 

Weekly Schedule

Activities Description
 

Monday, Nov. 4

 National Candy Day!

 

JV Football vs Washougal Home 6 PM @ Longview Memorial Stadium

 

American Sign Language Club Room 138 2:30 PM Advisor:Mary DeGraafGramett

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, Nov. 5

 National Doughnut Day!

 

The University of Idaho will be here on Tuesday during 3rd period in the Career Center. Check in to your class before attending.

 

Buddy Club during both lunches room 104 Advisor: Kerrie Claggett

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, Nov. 6

 National Nachos Day!

 

Eastern Washington will be here on Wednesday during 2nd period in the Career Center.    Check in to your class before attending.

 

 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 209 1:25 PM Advisor:  Mike Fajardo

Hiking & Nature – Room 115 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 Starting soon!

 

 

Thursday, Nov. 7

 National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day!

 

Whitworth will be here Thursday during 1st period in the Career Center.  Check in to your class before attending.

Early Release @ 10:50 Parent/Teacher Conferences 1-7 PM in Cafeteria

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, Nov. 8

 National S.T.E.M./S.T.E.A.M. Day!

 

Early Release @ 10:50

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

Science Club – Room 130 230 PM Advisors: Burleson/Gonzalez

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Community Service – Mt. Solo is looking for help with Wrestling and Basketball.  Please  sign up in the Career Center.  You can earn Service to School or Community Service.

Students—do you want to earn a school-to-service point?  We need help with parent conference set up, clean up, etc.  Please sign up in the guidance office if you are willing/able  to help with this activity.  You will earn 1 school-to-service point.

History of Blacksmithing – Are you interested in learning the history, techniques and history  of Blacksmithing?  There is a workshop that will take pace in Stella, Washington.  For more  info, go to the Career Center.

 Student Volunteers –Longview Parks & Recreation is looking for a few student volunteers  to help out with coaching 1st thru 4th graders through  basketball drills at very   recreational skills level of teams. Practices are a few nights a week in the evening at local elementary schools.

Community Service – Robert Gray Elementary is looking for high school students to help with childcare during the PTO meetings. You can use this for service to school or  community service.  Please sign up in the Career Center.

Blood Drive: Our annual fall blood drive will be taking place on Wednesday Nov 6.  In order to sign up please fill out the form in your school email, freshmen did not receive the   form.  You must fill out your entire schedule.  Most donations take about an hour.  First time  donors must weigh at least 125 lbs and be at least 16 years of age. Permission slips are in  history teacher classrooms or you can get them from Mr. Donaldson in room 132.  Donation   times will be sent out on Monday Nov 4.  If you have any question email Mr. Donaldson

Girls basketball open gym is Sundays 5-6pm and Thursdays 6-7pm.

Weight Room – Will be open Monday Tuesday, and Thursdays after school until 3:15 for  students and/or athletes to work out.

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!

 

 

2019-11-04T09:26:30-07:00November 4th, 2019|

Students Selected for All-Northwest Honor Choir

Several R.A. Long students have been selected for the All-Northwest Honor Choir!

Join us in congratulating the following students:
Zach Schemenauer, Rene Alvarez, Hamson Eram, Ayla Secrist and Baylee Gregg

Honor Choir students from Right to Left: Zach Schemenauer, Rene Alvarez, Hamson Eram, Ayla Secrist and Baylee Gregg

2019-11-01T15:18:39-07:00November 1st, 2019|

RAL Bulletin Week 10

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL

 WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK #10 –

  October 28 – Nov. 1, 2019

Congratulations

 to cross country runners Miranda Lomax, Kailey Beaudoin, Zach Hayden and James Genero for qualifying for the state championships, they competed hard in chilly conditions yesterday at the Lewis River Golf Course.

They will run in Pasco next Saturday.

Way to run Jacks and Jills!

 

 

Weekly Schedule

Activities Description
 

Monday, Oct. 28

 National Paul Bunyan Day!

 

American Sign Language Club Room 138 2:30 PM Advisor:Mary DeGraafGramett

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, Oct. 29

 National Cat Day!

 

Buddy Club during both lunches room 104 Advisor: Kerrie Claggett

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, Oct. 30

 National Candy Corn Day!

 

 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 209 1:25 PM Advisor:  Mike Fajardo

Hiking & Nature – Room 115 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 Starting soon!

 

 

Thursday, Oct. 31

 Happy Halloween!

 

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, Nov. 1

 National Jersey Day!

 

Community Service – Mt. Solo is looking for help with Wrestling and Basketball.  Please  sign up in the Career Center.  You can earn Service to School or Community Service.

 

Students—do you want to earn a school-to-service point?  We need help with parent  conference set up, clean up, etc.  Please sign up in the guidance office if you are willing/able to help with this activity.  You will earn 1 school-to-service point.

 

V Football vs Washougal Away 7 PM @ Washougal H.S

WIAA 2A/3A Girls State Slow Pitch Softball Tournament vs 3A Rogers (Spokane ) Away 12

& vs Lake Washington/ Mt. Spokane 4 PM Gateway Sports Complex, Yakima, WA

 

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

Science Club – Room 130 230 PM Advisors: Burleson/Gonzalez

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Next week is a busy week in the Career Center. The University of Idaho will be here on Tuesday during 3rd period.  Eastern Washington will be here on Wednesday during 2nd    period and Whitworth will be here Thursday during 1st period.  Check in to your class before attending.

Theatre -All students wanting to compete in individual events for theatre should turn in a registration form by Friday, November 1, even if you just want to observe and not compete. For more information, see Susan Donahue in the theatre.    Also, theatre students doing the advertising fundraiser should turn in their paperwork no later than Friday, November 1st.

 History of Blacksmithing – Are you interested in learning the history, techniques and history of Blacksmithing?  There is a workshop that will take pace in Stella, Washington.  For more info, go to the Career Center.

Student Volunteers –Longview Parks & Recreation is looking for a few student volunteers to help out with coaching 1st thru 4th graders through  basketball drills at very recreational skills level of teams. Practices are a few nights a week in the evening at local elementary schools.

Community Service – Robert Gray Elementary is looking for high school students to help with childcare during the PTO meetings. You can use this for service to school or community service.  Please sign up in the Career Center.

Blood Drive: Our annual fall blood drive will be taking place on Wednesday Nov 6.  In order to sign up please fill out the form in your school email, freshmen did not receive the form.  You must fill out your entire schedule.  Most donations take about an hour.  First time donors must weigh at least 125 lbs and be at least 16 years of age. Permission slips are in history teacher classrooms or you can get them from Mr. Donaldson in room 132.  Donation times will be sent out on Monday Nov 4.  If you have any question email Mr. Donaldson

Girls basketball open gym is Sundays 5-6pm and Thursdays 6-7pm.

Attention girls interested in bowling this year:  Bowling sign-ups are now open on Family  ID. Please sign up as soon as possible.  First practice is November 4th at the Triangle Bowling Alley.

Weight Room – Will be open Monday Tuesday, and Thursdays after school until 3:15 for students and/or athletes to work out.

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!

 

 

2019-11-01T08:21:52-07:00November 1st, 2019|

RAL Bulletin Week 10

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL

 WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK #10 –

  October 28 – Nov. 1, 2019

 

 

Weekly Schedule

Activities Description
 

Monday, Oct. 28

 National Paul Bunyan Day!

 

American Sign Language Club Room 138 2:30 PM Advisor:Mary DeGraafGramett

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, Oct. 29

 National Cat Day!

 

Buddy Club during both lunches room 104 Advisor: Kerrie Claggett

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, Oct. 30

 National Candy Corn Day!

 

 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 209 1:25 PM Advisor:  Mike Fajardo

Hiking & Nature – Room 115 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 Starting soon!

 

 

Thursday, Oct. 31

 Happy Halloween!

There will be a short FCCLA meeting after school today, October 31st at 2:35 in Room 114. We will discuss our focus for the year, as well as officer positions, dues, and more. If you can’t make it, please come by and grab a flyer from room 114.

Join Key Club in the fight against neo-natal tetanus, bring change today! Did you know  that Each year, nearly 60,000 newborns—and thousands of women—contract tetanus during childbirth and die. Today, Key Club will be collecting change before and after school and during lunches for UNICEF’s Project Eliminate.

History of Blacksmithing – Are you interested in learning the history, techniques and history of Blacksmithing?  There is a workshop that will take pace in Stella, Washington.  For more info, go to the Career Center.

Next week is a busy week in the Career Center. The University of Idaho will be here on Tuesday during 3rd period.  Eastern Washington will be here on Wednesday during 2nd period and Whitworth will be here Thursday during 1st period.  Check in to your class before attending.

Theatre -All students wanting to compete in individual events for theatre should turn in a registration form by Friday, November 1, even if you just want to observe and not compete. For more information, see Susan Donahue in the theatre.

Also, theatre students doing the advertising fundraiser should turn in their paperwork no later than Friday, November 1st.

State Send-Off for the WIAA Academic State Champions, District Champions, and undefeated Slow Pitch Softball team! @ 2:15PM in  front of the school

V B&G XC District Championships 10:30 AM  @ Lewis River Golf Course

C,JV,V Volleyball vs MM Away 5:30/7 PM @ Mark Morris H.S.

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, Nov. 1

 National Jersey Day!

 

V Football vs Washougal Away 7 PM @ Washougal H.S

WIAA 2A/3A Girls State Slow Pitch Softball Tournament vs Rogers (Spokane) 3A Away 12 & 4 PM Gateway Sports Complex, Yakima, WA

 

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

Science Club – Room 130 230 PM Advisors: Burleson/Gonzalez

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chinese Club is doing a fundraiser this Halloween week selling small goodie bags with candies, compliments, and a spider ring in room 116 after 3rd period.   They will be $1.25   each.

Student Volunteers –Longview Parks & Recreation is looking for a few student volunteers to help out with coaching 1st thru 4th graders through  basketball drills at very   recreational skills level of teams. Practices are a few nights a week in the evening at local elementary schools.

Community Service – Robert Gray Elementary is looking for high school students to help with childcare during the PTO meetings. You can use this for service to school or community service.  Please sign up in the Career Center.

Blood Drive: Our annual fall blood drive will be taking place on Wednesday Nov 6.  In order to sign up please fill out the form in your school email, freshmen did not receive the   form.  You must fill out your entire schedule.  Most donations take about an hour.  First time donors must weigh at least 125 lbs and be at least 16 years of age. Permission slips are in history teacher classrooms or you can get them from Mr. Donaldson in room 132.  Donation times will be sent out on Monday Nov 4.  If you have any question email Mr. Donaldson

Girls basketball open gym is Sundays 5-6pm and Thursdays 6-7pm.

Tolo is coming! The dance will be on November 2nd from 9-11pm in the cafeteria. This year’s theme is Famous Icons. Tickets will cost $5.00 with an ASB or $7.00 without an ASB. Tickets will go on sale on October 24th, so begin your planning now.

Attention girls interested in bowling this year:  Bowling sign-ups are now open on Family  ID. Please sign up as soon as possible.  First practice is November 4th at the  Triangle Bowling Alley.

Weight Room – Will be open Monday Tuesday, and Thursdays after school until 3:15 for students and/or athletes to work out.

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!

 

 

2019-10-31T10:33:28-07:00October 31st, 2019|

RAL Bulletin Week 10

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL

 WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK #10 –

  October 28 – Nov. 1, 2019

 

 

Weekly Schedule

Activities Description
 

Monday, Oct. 28

 National Paul Bunyan Day!

 

American Sign Language Club Room 138 2:30 PM Advisor:Mary DeGraafGramett

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, Oct. 29

 National Cat Day!

 

 

Buddy Club during both lunches room 104 Advisor: Kerrie Claggett

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, Oct. 30

 National Candy Corn Day!

 

There will be a short FCCLA meeting after school on Thursday, October 31st at 2:35 in Room 114. We will discuss our focus for the year, as well as officer positions, dues, and more. If you can’t make it, please come by and grab a flyer from room 114.

 

Join Key Club in the fight against neo-natal tetanus, bring change tomorrow! Did you know that Each year, nearly 60,000 newborns—and thousands of women—contract tetanus during childbirth and die. Tomorrow, Key Club will be collecting change before and after school and during lunches for UNICEF’s Project Eliminate. Join Key Club in the fight against neo-natal tetanus, bring change tomorrow!

 

History of Blacksmithing – Are you interested in learning the history, techniques and history of Blacksmithing?  There is a workshop that will take pace in Stella, Washington.  For more info, go to the Career Center.

 

Next week is a busy week in the Career Center. The University of Idaho will be here on Tuesday during 3rd period.  Eastern Washington will be here on Wednesday during 2nd period and Whitworth will be here Thursday during 1st period.  Check in to your class before attending.

 

Theatre -All students wanting to compete in individual events for theatre should turn in a registration form by Friday, November 1, even if you just want to observe and not compete. For more information, see Susan Donahue in the theatre.

Also, theatre students doing the advertising fundraiser should turn in their paperwork no later than Friday, November 1st.

 

 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 209 1:25 PM Advisor:  Mike Fajardo

Hiking & Nature – Room 115 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 Starting soon!

 

 

Thursday, Oct. 31

 Happy Halloween!

 

V B&G XC District Championships 10:30 AM  @ Lewis River Golf Course

C,JV,V Volleyball vs MM Away 5:30/7 PM @ Mark Morris H.S.

 

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, Nov. 1

 National Jersey Day!

 

  V Football vs Washougal Away 7 PM @ Washougal H.S

WIAA 2A/3A Girls State Slow Pitch Softball Tournament Away 12 & 4 PM Gateway Sports

Complex, Yakima, WA

 

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

Science Club – Room 130 230 PM Advisors: Burleson/Gonzalez

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

Chinese Club is doing a fundraiser this Halloween week selling small goodie bags with candies, compliments, and a spider ring in room 116 after 3rd period.   They will be $1.25   each.

Student Volunteers –Longview Parks & Recreation is looking for a few student volunteers to help out with coaching 1st thru 4th graders through  basketball drills at very   recreational skills level of teams. Practices are a few nights a week in the evening at local elementary schools.

Community Service – Robert Gray Elementary is looking for high school students to help with childcare during the PTO meetings. You can use this for service to school or community service.  Please sign up in the Career Center.

Blood Drive: Our annual fall blood drive will be taking place on Wednesday Nov 6.  In order to sign up please fill out the form in your school email, freshmen did not receive the   form.  You must fill out your entire schedule.  Most donations take about an hour.  First time donors must weigh at least 125 lbs and be at least 16 years of age. Permission slips are in history teacher classrooms or you can get them from Mr. Donaldson in room 132.  Donation times will be sent out on Monday Nov 4.  If you have any question email Mr. Donaldson

Girls basketball open gym is Sundays 5-6pm and Thursdays 6-7pm.

Tolo is coming! The dance will be on November 2nd from 9-11pm in the cafeteria. This year’s theme is Famous Icons. Tickets will cost $5.00 with an ASB or $7.00 without an ASB. Tickets will go on sale on October 24th, so begin your planning now.

Attention girls interested in bowling this year:  Bowling sign-ups are now open on  Family  ID. Please sign up as soon as possible.  First practice is November 4th at the Triangle Bowling Alley.

Weight Room – Will be open Monday Tuesday, and Thursdays after school until 3:15 for students and/or athletes to work out.

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!

 

 

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RAL Bulletin Week 10

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL

 WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK #10 –

  October 28 – Nov. 1, 2019

 

 

Weekly Schedule

Activities Description
 

Monday, Oct. 28

 National Paul Bunyan Day!

 

Hi juniors and seniors: Check your name to see if and where you are taking the ASVAB test on Wednesday, Oct. 30.  Rosters will be posted in the main hall by  Monday, Oct. 28. The test will start at 7:55 and is expected to take 3 hours.  Pencils and other testing needs will be provided.  Report directly to your testing site instead of your first period class.

 

JV Football vs MM Away 4 PM @ Mark Morris H.S

 

American Sign Language Club Room 138 2:30 PM Advisor:Mary DeGraafGramett

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, Oct. 29

 National Almond Buttercrunch Day!

 

C,JV,V Volleyball vs Ridgefield Away 5:30/7 PM @ Ridgefield H.S.

JV,V Girl Soccer vs MM Away 5/7 PM @ Longview Memorial Stadium

V Girls Swim Kelso Meet Away 5 PM  @ Kelso High School

 

Buddy Club during both lunches room 104 Advisor: Kerrie Claggett

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, Oct. 30

 National Meteor Watching Day!

 

 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 209 1:25 PM Advisor:  Mike Fajardo

Hiking & Nature – Room 115 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 Starting soon!

 

 

Thursday, Oct. 31

 Happy Halloween!

 

V B&G XC District Championships 10:30 AM  @ Lewis River Golf Course

C,JV,V Volleyball vs MM Away 5:30/7 PM @ Mark Morris H.S.

 

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, Nov. 1

 National Jersey Day!

 

  V Football vs Washougal Away 7 PM @ Washougal H.S

WIAA 2A/3A Girls State Slow Pitch Softball Tournament Away 12 & 4 PM Gateway Sports Complex, Yakima, WA

 

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

Science Club – Room 130 230 PM Advisors: Burleson/Gonzalez

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

  Student Volunteers –Longview Parks & Recreation is looking for a few student volunteers  to help out with coaching 1st thru 4th graders through  basketball drills at very   recreational skills level of teams. Practices are a few nights a week in the evening at local elementary schools.

 

  Community Service – Robert Gray Elementary is looking for high school students to help with childcare during the PTO meetings. You can use this for service to school or community service.  Please sign up in the Career Center.

 

  Blood Drive: Our annual fall blood drive will be taking place on Wednesday Nov 6.  In order to sign up please fill out the form in your school email, freshmen did not receive the form.  You must fill out your entire schedule.  Most donations take about an hour.  First time donors must weigh at least 125 lbs and be at least 16 years of age. Permission slips are in history teacher classrooms or you can get them from Mr. Donaldson in room 132.  Donation times will be sent out on Monday Nov 4.  If you have any question email Mr. Donaldson

 

Girls basketball open gym is Sundays 5-6pm and Thursdays 6-7pm.

Seniors: if you haven’t finished your financial aid application, stop by the career center  during lunch or after school and talk with Bre Bok.

Tolo is coming! The dance will be on November 2nd from 9-11pm in the cafeteria. This year’s theme is Famous Icons. Tickets will cost $5.00 with an ASB or $7.00 without an ASB.  Tickets will go on sale on October 24th, so begin your planning now.

Attention girls interested in bowling this year:  Bowling sign-ups are now open on Family  ID. Please sign up as soon as possible.  First practice is November 4th at the   Triangle Bowling Alley.

Weight Room – Will be open Monday Tuesday, and Thursdays after school until 3:15 for students and/or athletes to work out.

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!  

 

2019-10-28T08:20:26-07:00October 28th, 2019|