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After 40 years at USD 337 Royal Valley, Superintendent John Rundle is retiring. At two receptions in his honor last week, staff and district patrons had an opportunity to reminisce and wish him well as he moves to the Kansas City area to be closer to family. Both receptions were packed with people who wanted a chance to thank him personally and say goodbye. Rundle has served the district as a junior high English teacher, . . .
RVHS sent four athletes to the 3A State Track meet this weekend, and they came home with three medals! The top eight in each event receive medals. Lucas Broxterman won the state championship in the high jump. He jumped his personal best of 6' 6" to win the gold medal. The closest competitor finished at 6' 2" for 2nd place. Lucas added another state medal in the long jump where he placed 5th with a jump of . . .
Purple & White Honor Roll (As only) 5 th Grade Kennedy Bryan, Abigail Everts, Olivia Flowers, Connor Hammes, Noah Matya, Kirsten Reicherter, Ryan Russell, Brennan Smith, Jaemon Smith, Jase Wege 6 th Grade Karlie Albright, Donte’ Bell, Megan Fenske, Elaina Heavner, Jake Kelly, Parker Long, Sondra Owings-Priest, Catrina Smith, Emily Wurster-Lowe 7 th Grade Luke . . .
On June 27 the United Way of Greater Topeka is hosting a community conversation at RVHS. This will be a small-group setting, and you must be at least 18 years old to participate. It is a 2-hour commitment. Please see the attached flyer for more information. Community Conversation
The first round of the 3A State Baseball Tournament pitted Big 7 League foes Nemaha Central and Royal Valley against each other for the third game this season. Nemaha swept the double header in April, and came in to the state tournament as the number 1 seed. Royal Valley loaded the bases in the top of the first inning with no outs on three straight walks but failed to score a run as the next three batters struck out. The . . .
Fulfilling a promise of a hair cut if the students signed up to read this summer, Principal Noah Slay got his summer hair cut on the last day of school Thursday, much to the delight of the students. Not to be outdone by the principal, School Resource Officer John Calvert joined Mr. Slay, and they both got a little color added for good measure. Secretary Cindy Dahl got to do the honors at an all-school assembly. Now the . . .
Royal Valley Plant Systems Pathway Receives a $1,050 grant for Soils Lab Exploration Grant provided by Frontier Farm Credit Working Here Fund for Agriculture Education MANHATTAN, KANSAS – Royal Valley Plant Systems Pathway received a $1,050 Working Here Fund grant for soils lab exploration. The grant is provided through the Frontier Farm Credit Working Here Fund . Students at Royal Valley . . .
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