RAL Bulletin Week 20

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL

 WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK #20 –

  January 20 – 24, 2020

Congratulations

To the RAL Varsity Girls Bowling Team

on their 1970 to 1771 Civil War win over

the MM Lady Monarchs!

Way to Go Jills!!!

 

 

Weekly Schedule

Activities Description
 

Monday, Jan. 20

Martin Luther King Jr. 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, Jan. 21

National Squirrel Appreciation 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, Jan. 22

National Blonde Brownie Day!

 

 

 

Buddy Club during both lunches room 104 Advisor: Kerrie Claggett

 Early Release @ 1:25 PM

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

 

 

Thursday, Jan. 23

National Pie Day!

 

 

  

 Are You Job Hunting? – The R. A. Long Library staff is determining student interest in a hiring fair for the library.  Please see Mrs. Kruse in the library OR go to the R. A. Long  Library home page to complete a survey that will help us plan. The survey will be ended on Friday, January 31.

University of Alaska-Fairbanks will be visiting in the Career Center on Thursday, Jan. 23rd during 3rd period.  Check in to your 3rd period class before arriving.

Apprenticeship & Trades Family Info Night – Jan. 23  There is a new location for it, it is now at the Kelso High School Auditorium from 5:30 to 7:30 No longer at the LCC Campus,  You need to get the Link to sign up from one of your teachers or from Jodi in the Career Center.

Juniors and Seniors; if  you would like to go to the National Guard Maintenance and Aviation Day, you need to sign up today in the Career Center.  They need a final count  today, last day to sign up.

 

  JV,V Girls BB vs Hockinson 5:30/7 PM Away

 

 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, Jan. 24

National Peanut Butter Day!

 

 

 

 

Records Day – No School!

V Girls Bowling Lumberjill Tournament 11 AM Home @ Triangle Bowl

C,JV,V Boys BB vs Hockinson 5:30/7 PM Home @ The Lumber Dome C-Team @

Monticello M. S.

 

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

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

  Theatre Students – interested in attending the Washington High School Theatre Festival  March 19-21  in Bellingham at WWU should pick up paperwork from Susan Donahue in the Theatre as soon as possible. Registration commitment, which must be signed by a parent, is due no later than Thursday, January 23rd.

Theatre students – interested in helping with elementary and middle school drama camp  fundraiser on Friday, January 24th (Records Day), should contact a Thespian officer or  Susan Donahue before Friday, January 17th.

Community Service – Do you need service to school points or community service hours?  Come help out Science Club on Fri Jan 24 from 7am to 3pm. Sign up with Mrs Burleson.”

Fundraiser Impromptu Play – On February 13th, Theatre students are hosting a fundraiser impromptu play at 7:30 p.m.  If you want to participate, the deadline to sign up and pay the $5 fee is January 27th. If you want to see a hilarious one-act play, come to the theatre by  7:30 p.m. on February 13th!

Juniors interested in going to a 4 year university, there is a college planning day happening at WSU Vancouver on March 19th.  Seniors that have not committed to a college are invited as well.  You must have a good GPA and great attendance to sign up. Please sign up in the Career Center before February 7th.

Seniors, please be checking the Senior Google Classroom page for scholarships.  They are starting to come in almost daily.  If you have any questions, see Jodi in the Career Center.

The Stella Historical Society would like to announce Blacksmithing 1: A Hands-on  Introductory Workshop. Saturday and Sunday, January 25-26 and February 1-2 2020.   Students will receive 2 college credits at the completion of both weekends of the workshop.   Please see Jodi in the Career Center for more information.

 

 

 

2020-01-23T09:15:22-07:00January 23rd, 2020|

RAL Bulletin Week 20

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL

 WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK #20 –

  January 20 – 24, 2020

Congratulations

To the RAL Boys Varsity Basketball Team

on their win over the Washougal Panthers!

60 to 54!!

Way to Go Jacks!!!

 

 

Weekly Schedule

Activities Description
 

Monday, Jan. 20

Martin Luther King Jr. 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, Jan. 21

National Squirrel Appreciation 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, Jan. 22

National Blonde Brownie Day!

 

 

Juniors and Seniors; if  you would like to go to the National Guard Maintenance and Aviation Day, you need to sign up right away in the Career Center.  They need a final count by tomorrow, Thursday, the 23rd

 

V Girls Bowling vs MM 3:15 PM Home @ Triangle Bowl

V Boys Wrestling vs Hockinson 6 PM Home @ The Lumber Dome

 

Buddy Club during both lunches room 104 Advisor: Kerrie Claggett

 Early Release @ 1:25 PM

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

 

 

Thursday, Jan. 23

National Pie Day!

 

 

University of Alaska-Fairbanks will be visiting in the Career Center on Thursday, Jan. 23rd during 3rd period.  Check in to your 3rd period class before arriving.

Apprenticeship & Trades Family Info Night – Jan. 23  There is a new location for it, it is now at the Kelso High School Auditorium from 5:30 to 7:30 No longer at the LCC Campus, You need to get the Link to sign up from one of your teachers or from Jodi in the Career Center.

   

  JV,V Girls BB vs Hockinson 5:30/7 PM Away

 

 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, Jan. 24

National Peanut Butter Day!

 

 

 

 

Records Day – No School!

V Girls Bowling Lumberjill Tournament 11 AM Home @ Triangle Bowl

C,JV,V Boys BB vs Hockinson 5:30/7 PM Home @ The Lumber Dome C-Team @

Monticello M. S.

 

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

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Theatre Students – interested in attending the Washington High School Theatre Festival March 19-21  in Bellingham at WWU should pick up paperwork from Susan Donahue in the Theatre as soon as possible. Registration commitment, which must be signed by a parent, is due no later than Thursday, January 23rd.

Theatre students – interested in helping with elementary and middle school drama camp fundraiser on Friday, January 24th (Records Day), should contact a Thespian officer or Susan Donahue before Friday, January 17th.

Community Service – Do you need service to school points or community service hours? Come help out Science Club on Fri Jan 24 from 7am to 3pm. Sign up with Mrs Burleson.”

Fundraiser Impromptu Play – On February 13th, Theatre students are hosting a fundraiser impromptu play at 7:30 p.m.  If you want to participate, the deadline to sign up and pay the $5 fee is January 27th. If you want to see a hilarious one-act play, come to the theatre by 7:30 p.m. on February 13th!

Juniors interested in going to a 4 year university, there is a college planning day happening at WSU Vancouver on March 19th.  Seniors that have not committed to a college are invited  as well.  You must have a good GPA and great attendance to sign up. Please sign up in the Career Center before February 7th.

Seniors, please be checking the Senior Google Classroom page for scholarships.  They are starting to come in almost daily.  If you have any questions, see Jodi in the Career Center.

The Stella Historical Society would like to announce Blacksmithing 1: A Hands-on Introductory Workshop. Saturday and Sunday, January 25-26 and February 1-2 2020.   Students will receive 2 college credits at the completion of both weekends of the workshop.  Please see Jodi in the Career Center for more information.

 

 

 

2020-01-22T09:21:50-07:00January 22nd, 2020|

RAL Bulletin Week 20

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL

 WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK #20 –

  January 20 – 24, 2020

Congratulations

To the Boys Varsity Basketball Team

 on their win over Summit Olympus of Tacoma, WA,

90 to 19!

Way to Go Jacks!

Also Congratulations to

Jaylene Fuchs-Dickerson got 2ND PLACE in the statewide WHY LEARN CHINESE contest.

She will receive a cash price of $80USD and a certificate of achievement!

 

 

Weekly Schedule

Activities Description
 

Monday, Jan. 20

Martin Luther King Jr. 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, Jan. 21

National Squirrel Appreciation Day!

 

 

 

V Girls Bowling vs Ridgefield 3:15 PM Home @ Triangle Bowl

C,JV,V Boys BB vs Washougal 5:30/7 PM Away

 

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, Jan. 22

National Blonde Brownie Day!

 

 

 

V Girls Bowling vs MM 3:15 PM Home @ Triangle Bowl

V Boys Wrestling vs Hockinson 6 PM Home @ The Lumber Dome

 

Buddy Club during both lunches room 104 Advisor: Kerrie Claggett

 Early Release @ 1:25 PM

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

 

 

Thursday, Jan. 23

National Pie Day!

 

 

 

  University of Alaska-Fairbanks will be visiting in the Career Center on Thursday, Jan. 23rd during 3rd period.  Check in to your 3rd period class before arriving.

 

Apprenticeship & Trades Family Info Night – Jan. 23  There is a new location for it, it is now at the Kelso High School Auditorium from 5:30 to 7:30 No longer at the LCC Campus,  You need to get the Link to sign up from one of your teachers or from Jodi in the Career Center.

   

  JV,V Girls BB vs Ridgefield 5:30/7 PM Away

 

 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, Jan. 24

National Peanut Butter Day!

 

 

 

 

Records Day – No School!

V Girls Bowling Lumberjill Tournament 11 AM Home @ Triangle Bowl

C,JV,V Boys BB vs Hockinson 5:30/7 PM Home @ The Lumber Dome C-Team @

Monticello M. S.

 

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

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

   Theatre Students – interested in attending the Washington High School Theatre Festival  March 19-21  in Bellingham at WWU should pick up paperwork from Susan Donahue in the  Theatre as soon as possible. Registration commitment, which must be signed by a parent, is  due no later than Thursday, January 23rd.

Theatre students – interested in helping with elementary and middle school drama camp fundraiser on Friday, January 24th (Records Day), should contact a Thespian officer or Susan Donahue before Friday, January 17th.

Community Service – Do you need service to school points or community service hours? Come help out Science Club on Fri Jan 24 from 7am to 3pm. Sign up with Mrs Burleson.”

Junior and Seniors, The U.S. National Guard is holding a Maintenance/Aviation Day on  Feb. 5th. Please sign up in the Career Center if you are interested in attending.

Fundraiser Impromptu Play – On February 13th, Theatre students are hosting a fundraiser impromptu play at 7:30 p.m.  If you want to participate, the deadline to sign up and pay the $5 fee is January 27th. If you want to see a hilarious one-act play, come to the theatre by  7:30 p.m. on February 13th!

Juniors interested in going to a 4 year university, there is a college planning day happening at WSU Vancouver on March 19th.  Seniors that have not committed to a college are invited as well.  You must have a good GPA and great attendance to sign up. Please sign up in the Career Center before February 7th.

Seniors, please be checking the Senior Google Classroom page for scholarships.  They are  starting to come in almost daily.  If you have any questions, see Jodi in the Career Center.

The Stella Historical Society would like to announce Blacksmithing 1: A Hands-on  Introductory Workshop. Saturday and Sunday, January 25-26 and February 1-2 2020. Students will receive 2 college credits at the completion of both weekends of the workshop.  Please see Jodi in the Career Center for more information.

 

 

 

2020-01-21T09:27:40-07:00January 21st, 2020|

Five Teachers Earn National Board Certification

Five more of our teachers are now Nationally Board Certified!  These five fantastic teachers include: Ronda Butterfield from Robert Gray Elementary, Nicole Campbell from Cascade Middle School, Paul Field from R.A. Long High School, Jenessa Norvaisis from CVG Elementary, and Joel Thomas from St. Helens Elementary.

Also, here are all of our other teachers who are on the National Board of Certification:
Columbia Heights: Carolyn Kochis

CVG: Stacey Niemi, Lori Parcell, Jodie Rodriguez

Kessler: Linda Miles, Barbara Moore

Mark Morris: Christopher Coffee, Anna Langenbach, Lauren Princehouse, Travis Ruhter, Diondra Volk

Mint Valley: Greg Buckiewicz, Susan Christopersen, Michelle McDonald

Monticello: Ryan Chinchen, Scott Firth, Jessica Jones, Constance Noakes, Michelle Opgrande, Anna Peterson, Jayne Poole, Lanette Shepherd

Mt. Solo: Daniel Reed

Northlake: Saskia Rivera

Olympic: Angela Guinn, Carmen Hewitt, Angela Richards, Jennifer Sharer, Shawna Wilson, Ellen Winn

St. Helens: Kelley Smith

According to the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, certification was designed to develop, retain and recognize accomplished teachers and to generate ongoing improvement in schools nationwide. It is the most respected professional certification available in K-12 education.

Created by teachers, for teachers, the National Board Standards represent a consensus among educators about what accomplished teachers should know and be able to do. The certification process requires that teachers demonstrate standards-based evidence of the positive effect they have on student learning in alignment with the Five Core Propositions. They must exhibit a deep understanding of their students, content knowledge, use of data and assessments and teaching practice. They must also show that they participate in learning communities and provide evidence of ongoing reflection and continuous learning.

Congratulations!

2020-01-24T12:27:58-07:00January 17th, 2020|

RAL Bulletin Week 19

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL

 WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK #19 –

  January 13 – 17, 2020

 

 

 

Weekly Schedule

Activities Description
 

Monday, Jan. 13

National Sticker Day!

 

 

 

C,JV,V Boys BB vs MM 5:30/7 PM C-Team @ LCC Civil War

 

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, Jan. 14

National Dress Up Your Pet 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, Jan. 15

National Strawberry Ice Cream Day!

 

 

 

Buddy Club during both lunches room 104 Advisor: Kerrie Claggett

 Early Release @ 1:25 PM

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

 

 

Thursday, Jan. 16

National Fig Newton 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, Jan. 17

 

 

 

 

MLK Assembly during Jack Time – Auditorium

 

Do you like roasted marshmallows? Our activity in Multicultural Club today is making  s’mores and planning our emergency bags for the homeless. Everyone is welcome to come  and participate. Room 118 right after school.

 

V Girls Wrestling Lumberjill Tourney 5 PM  Home @ The  Lumber Dome

 

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

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

University of Alaska-Fairbanks will be visiting in the Career Center on Thursday, Jan. 23rd  during 3rd period.  Check in to your 3rd period class before arriving.

Apprenticeship & Trades Family Info Night – Jan. 23  There is a new location for it, it is now at the Kelso High School Auditorium from 5:30 to 7:30 No longer at the LCC Campus,   You need to get the Link to sign up from one of your teachers or from Jodi in the Career Center.

Theatre Students – interested in attending the Washington High School Theatre Festival March 19-21  in Bellingham at WWU should pick up paperwork from Susan Donahue in the   Theatre as soon as possible. Registration commitment, which must be signed by a parent, is due no later than Thursday, January 23rd.

Theatre students – interested in helping with elementary and middle school drama camp fundraiser on Friday, January 24th (Records Day), should contact a Thespian officer or Susan Donahue before Friday, January 17th.

Community Service – Do you need service to school points or community service hours?  Come help out Science Club on Fri Jan 24 from 7am to 3pm. Sign up with Mrs Burleson.”

Junior and Seniors, The U.S. National Guard is holding a Maintenance/Aviation Day on  Feb. 5th. Please sign up in the Career Center if you are interested in attending.

Fundraiser Impromptu Play – On February 13th, Theatre students are hosting a fundraiser impromptu play at 7:30 p.m.  If you want to participate, the deadline to sign up and pay the $5 fee is January 27th. If you want to see a hilarious one-act play, come to the theatre by  7:30 p.m. on February 13th!

Juniors interested in going to a 4 year university, there is a college planning day happening  at WSU Vancouver on March 19th.  Seniors that have not committed to a college are invited as well.  You must have a good GPA and great attendance to sign up. Please sign up in the Career Center before February 7th.

Seniors, please be checking the Senior Google Classroom page for scholarships.  They are starting to come in almost daily.  If you have any questions, see Jodi in the Career Center.

The Stella Historical Society would like to announce Blacksmithing 1: A Hands-on Introductory Workshop. Saturday and Sunday, January 25-26 and February 1-2 2020.   Students will receive 2 college credits at the completion of both weekends of the workshop.   Please see Jodi in the Career Center for more information.

 

 

 

2020-01-17T09:21:16-07:00January 17th, 2020|

RAL Bulletin Week 19

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL

 WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK #19 –

  January 13 – 17, 2020

Congratulations

To the RAL Varsity Girls Basketball Team

on their Big Civil War Win over

the MM Lady Monarchs

last night in our very own

Lumber Dome! 57 to 29!!

Way to Go Jills!!!

 

 

Weekly Schedule

Activities Description
 

Monday, Jan. 13

National Sticker Day!

 

 

 

C,JV,V Boys BB vs MM 5:30/7 PM C-Team @ LCC Civil War

 

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, Jan. 14

National Dress Up Your Pet 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, Jan. 15

National Strawberry Ice Cream Day!

 

 

 FCCLA meeting this Thursday after school in room 114.

Do you love roasting marshmallows?  If so, come to Multicultural Club this Friday. We are  also getting ready to do our Community Service Project for the Women’s Shelter. Come this Friday, room 118 after school.

University of Alaska-Fairbanks will be visiting in the Career Center on Thursday, Jan. 23rd  during 3rd period.  Check in to your 3rd period class before arriving.

Junior and Seniors, The U.S. National Guard is holding a Maintenance/Aviation Day on Feb. 5th. Please sign up in the Career Center if you are interested in attending.

 

V Boys Swim MM Host 5 PM Away @ MM

 

Buddy Club during both lunches room 104 Advisor: Kerrie Claggett

 Early Release @ 1:25 PM

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

 

 

Thursday, Jan. 16

National Fig Newton Day!

 

 

 

V Girls Bowling vs Columbia River 3:15 PM Away @ Crosley

 

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, Jan. 17

 

 

 

 

V Girls Wrestling Lumberjill Tourney 5 PM  Home @ The  Lumber Dome

 

 

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

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

  Apprenticeship & Trades Family Info Night – Jan. 23  There is a new location for it, it is now at the Kelso High School Auditorium from 5:30 to 7:30 No longer at the LCC Campus,  You need to get the Link to sign up from one of your teachers or from Jodi in the Career Center.

Theatre Students – interested in attending the Washington High School Theatre Festival March 19-21  in Bellingham at WWU should pick up paperwork from Susan Donahue in the Theatre as soon as possible. Registration commitment, which must be signed by a parent, is due no later than Thursday, January 23rd.

Theatre students – interested in helping with elementary and middle school drama camp fundraiser on Friday, January 24th (Records Day), should contact a Thespian officer or Susan Donahue before Friday, January 17th.

Community Service – Do you need service to school points or community service hours?  Come help out Science Club on Fri Jan 24 from 7am to 3pm. Sign up with Mrs Burleson.”

Fundraiser Impromptu Play – On February 13th, Theatre students are hosting a fundraiser impromptu play at 7:30 p.m.  If you want to participate, the deadline to sign up and pay the $5 fee is January 27th. If you want to see a hilarious one-act play, come to the theatre by 7:30 p.m. on February 13th!

Juniors interested in going to a 4 year university, there is a college planning day happening at WSU Vancouver on March 19th.  Seniors that have not committed to a college are invited as well.  You must have a good GPA and great attendance to sign up. Please sign up in the Career Center before February 7th.

Seniors, please be checking the Senior Google Classroom page for scholarships.  They are starting to come in almost daily.  If you have any questions, see Jodi in the Career Center.

Soccer players: conditioning starts Sunday evening. We’ll be playing indoor in the gym on Sunday evenings from 6-8 and running at the stadium on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-4.   See you there!

The Stella Historical Society would like to announce Blacksmithing 1: A Hands-on  Introductory Workshop. Saturday and Sunday, January 25-26 and February 1-2 2020.  Students will receive 2 college credits at the completion of both weekends of the workshop.  Please see Jodi in the Career Center for more information.

 

 

 

2020-01-15T09:25:11-07:00January 15th, 2020|

2020-2021 District Calendar

The school board has recently approved the District Calendar for the 2020-2021 school year!
If you would like to have access to the new calendar, then please visit our Key Dates page.

2020-01-14T09:46:18-07:00January 14th, 2020|

RAL Bulletin Week 19

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL

 WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK #19 –

  January 13 – 17, 2020

 

 

Weekly Schedule

Activities Description
 

Monday, Jan. 13

National Sticker Day!

 

 

 

C,JV,V Boys BB vs MM 5:30/7 PM C-Team @ LCC Civil War

 

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, Jan. 14

National Dress Up Your Pet Day!

 

 

 

V Girls Bowling vs MM 3:15 Away @ Triangle Bowl

JV,V Girls BB vs MM 5:30/7 PM @ The Lumber Dome

 

 

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, Jan. 15

National Strawberry Ice Cream  Day!

 

 

 

V Boys Swim MM Host 5 PM Away @ MM

 

Buddy Club during both lunches room 104 Advisor: Kerrie Claggett

 Early Release @ 1:25 PM

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

 

 

Thursday, Jan. 16

National Fig Newton Day!

 

 

 

V Girls Bowling vs Columbia River 3:15 PM Away @ Crosley

 

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, Jan. 17

 

 

 

 

V Girls Wrestling Lumberjill Tourney 5 PM  Home @ The  Lumber Dome

 

 

 

 

 

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

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

  Community Service – Do you need service to school points or community service hours?   Come help out Science Club on Fri Jan 24 from 7am to 3pm. Sign up with Mrs Burleson.”

Juniors interested in going to a 4 year university, there is a college planning day happening  at WSU Vancouver on March 19th.  Seniors that have not committed to a college are invited   as well.  You must have a good GPA and great attendance to sign up. Please sign up in the Career Center before February 7th.

Seniors, please be checking the Senior Google Classroom page for scholarships.  They are  starting to come in almost daily.  If you have any questions, see Jodi in the Career Center.

Soccer players: conditioning starts Sunday evening. We’ll be playing indoor in the gym on  Sunday evenings from 6-8 and running at the stadium on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-4.   See you there!

Apprenticeship & Trades Family Info Night – Jan. 23 5:30 – 7:30 at the LCC Campus,  You need to get the Link to sign up from one of your teachers or from Jodi in the Career Center.

The Stella Historical Society would like to announce Blacksmithing 1: A Hands-on Introductory Workshop. Saturday and Sunday, January 25-26 and February 1-2 2020. Students will receive 2 college credits at the completion of both weekends of the workshop.  Please see Jodi in the Career Center for more information.

 

 

 

2020-01-13T09:53:07-07:00January 13th, 2020|

RAL Bulletin Week 18

R A LONG HIGH SCHOOL

 WEEKLY BULLETIN

WEEK #18 –

  January 6 – 10, 2020

Winter Home Coming Week/ Spirit Week

Congratulations

To the RAL Varsity Girls Basketball Team on their win

last night over the Ridgefield Spudders!

Jills 54 Spudders 49!!

Way to Go Jills!!!

 

 

Weekly Schedule

Activities Description
 

Monday, Jan. 6

National Shortbread Day!

 

RAL Spirit/Ugly Sweater 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, Jan. 7

National Bobble Head Day!

 

Tacky Tuesday/ Green

 

 

 

 

 

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, Jan. 8

National English Toffee Day!

 

Retro/ Pink

 

Buddy Club during both lunches room 104 Advisor: Kerrie Claggett

 Early Release @ 1:25 PM

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

 

 

Thursday, Jan. 9

National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day!

 

Salad Dressing (Ranch/Western, Home style/Lazy, Thousand Island/Hawaiian) or Purple

 

 

 

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, Jan. 10

National Save the Eagles Day!

 

Seniors – Black

Juniors – Red

Sophomores – White

Freshman – Gray

  Community Service – Do you need service to school points or community service hours?   Come help out Science Club on Fri Jan 24 from 7am to 3pm. Sign up with Mrs Burleson.

 

Home Coming Assembly during Jack Time

 

V Girls Bowling vs Ridgefield 3:15 PM Away @ Hazel

V Girls Wrestling Kelso Invite 3:30 PM Away

C,JV,V Boys BB vs Columbia River 5:30/7 PM Home @ The Lumber Dome

Winter Home Coming

 

 

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

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

  Juniors interested in going to a 4 year university, there is a college planning day happening  at WSU Vancouver on March 19th.  Seniors that have not committed to a college are invited  as well.  You must have a good GPA and great  attendance to sign up. Please sign up in the Career Center before February 7th.

Soccer players: conditioning starts Sunday evening. We’ll be playing indoor in the gym on Sunday evenings from 6-8 and running at the stadium on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-4.  See you there!

Apprenticeship & Trades Family Info Night – Jan. 23 5:30 – 7:30 at the LCC Campus,  You need to get the Link to sign up from one of your teachers or from Jodi in the Career Center.

The Stella Historical Society would like to announce Blacksmithing 1: A Hands-on Introductory Workshop. Saturday and Sunday, January 25-26 and February 1-2 2020. Students will receive 2 college credits at the completion of both weekends of the workshop.   Please see Jodi in the Career Center for more information.

Seniors, please be checking the Senior Google Classroom page for scholarships.  They are starting to come in almost daily.  If you have any questions, see Jodi in the Career Center.

 

 

 

 

2020-01-10T09:22:28-07:00January 10th, 2020|

Get Ready for Chilly Weather

Dear Parents and Families,

It looks like winter weather might be coming soon. If severe weather arrives you can get information about possible school closures or late start times from multiple sources.

If there is a change to the school schedule a notice will be posted on Flash Alert by 6 a.m. For the most immediate information sign up to receive emails from Flash Alert at www.flashalert.net. Additionally, information will be posted on Facebook at www.facebook.com/longviewschools and on the district web page www.longviewschools.com.

We encourage you to check these sources for updates as weather conditions change.

You can also tune into local radio or Portland television stations for school information.

Please drive carefully.

Thank you.

2020-01-09T17:30:02-07:00January 9th, 2020|