Two Royal Valley wrestlers advanced out of the Regional Tournament at Silver Lake High School Saturday to claim their state tournament place! Bryce Garrison (160 lb) and Brian Shane (285 lb) will wrestle at Ft. Hays State University's Gross Memorial Colosseum on Friday, the opening day of state 3-2-1A wrestling.
Good luck Brian and Bryce!
Students from RVHS JAG (Jobs for America's Graduates) and FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) set up displays at the Kansas Capitol in Topeka today. They are speaking with leaders and politicians about the various programs offered in the career and technical fields.
Congrats to the new National Honor Society members! These students have been chosen based on service, leadership, character and scholastic achievement.
Megan Putnam, honorary member
They will be inducted into NHS on Wednesday, March 28 at 7 pm at RVHS.
RV Recreation Association will hold their summer baseball and softball registrations on Wednesday, February 21 and Wednesday, February 28 in RVHS Gym Commons from 6 pm to 8 pm.
There are new ball shirts this year, so everyone will need to purchase a new shirt. The cost is $10.00 each and there will be shirts available to try on at registration.
RVES students will be celebrating Dr. Seuss the week of Feb. 26th-Mar. 2nd. There will be several guest readers in the library on that Friday as well as a few other fun treats for the students who can dress according to the designated book of the day.
Freshman orientation has been set at RVHS for Monday, March 5. All members of the Class of 2022 and their parents are invited to attend this one-hour presentation. Topics covered include: pre-enrollment, CTE courses, Washburn Tech programs, individual plans of study, building tours and more!
Congratulations to Dillon Smith, Royal Valley's senior of the month for February. Dillon is the son of Steve and Cari Smith. Dillon has been active in football, baseball, student council, KAY club, FCA, and NHS. Dillon holds a 4.0 GPA, and plans to attend Kansas State University where he will pursue a degree in Engineering. The Royal Valley student council would like to thank Dillon for his continued leadership at RVHS.
"I was surprised that I got it," Dillon said. "It's an honor. I'm also looking forward to parking that parking spot!"