Royal View Elementary
"We Inspire and Empower Learners"

Royal View Elementary: News and Events
rss feed
cover of Bear Way winter 2017 magazine The winter issue of the Bear Way is online
Click here to read the digital version of the winter issue of the Bear Way magazine, published by North Royalton City Schools.  Click here to read it in PDF form. 
Community Meeting Image District Holds Meeting on January 4 to Discuss Future of Facilities
On Wednesday, January 4, the North Royalton Board of Education held a special meeting at North Royalton High School to discuss with residents the decisions that need to be made regarding the district’s facilities and future of educational learning in North Royalton. With more than 200 people in attendance, two plans were presented to residents. Plan A is to place the same bond issue that went before voters in November 2016 on the May 2, 2017 ballot. This is a 3.1 (true tax impact) mill for a new elementary school, complete high school renovation and addition, middle school updates, and repairs and long-term facility maintenance. Plan B is to evaluate what to do if the issue is not placed on the ballot or if the issue fails. 
2017-2018 Lil' Bears Preschool Peers


WE ARE LOOKING FOR PEER MODELS FOR THE 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR
Please click here for more details

 
Snow Days - How is the decision made?
How do we make our decision to close schools?  Click here for the North Royalton City Schools' policy.
 
Calamity Day Plan 2016-2017
Under present legislation, Ohio Schools may take up to five calamity days. The state allows for up to three additional calamity days if the district provides organized lessons for students to complete online. 
A Message from our Superintendent A Message from our Superintendent
Please click here to view a message from Superintendent Greg Gurka on the future of education in North Royalton. 
September E- Newsletter to the Community September E- Newsletter to the Community
Click here to read the district's September e-newsletter to the community.  There are reports from the September Board of Education meeting, financial report, highlights from buildings, students, and staff. 
District Releases 2015-16 Quality Profile District Releases 2015-16 Quality Profile
On September 15, 2015, school districts throughout Ohio are once again releasing a comprehensive, community-oriented companion to the State's School District Report Card.  Called a "Quality Profile," the report includes additional accountability measures that better define a high quality education and are not included in the State's report card.  North Royalton City Schools is among those districts that have published this report today.  Click here to view the digital version of the 2015-16 North Royalton City Schools' Quality Profile.  Click here to view a PDF version. 
New District Theme Announced to Kick Off Beginning of New School Year New District Theme Announced to Kick Off Beginning of New School Year
The North Royalton City Schools are kicking off the 2016-17 school year with a theme that sums up the district’s mission: to “inspire and empower learners.” Launched at the staff convocation meeting on August 22, Inspire Great, will be two words that everyone in the North Royalton/Broadview Heights communities will see and hear because everything the district does will be focused on inspiring greatness.

“We hope this new theme sends a positive message to our community of who we are, who we want to be, and what we strive to work at everyday,” said Greg Gurka, superintendent, North Royalton City Schools. “Our district is taking teaching and learning above and beyond, embracing the 4C’s for student-centered learning: communications, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity. We want to inspire great education, great opportunities, and great tools and resources for bright futures.”
 
2016-17 Student Accident/Sickness Insurance Coverage Application

Parents interested in purchasing Student Accident & Sickness Insurance for the 2016-17 school year should download the attachments for more information. Please discard all applications from the 2015-16 year as they will not be accepted. 

 
North Royalton Family has Wish Granted for Son by Make-A-Wish North Royalton Family has Wish Granted for Son by Make-A-Wish
North Royalton residents Jocelyn and Charles Stella are the parents of four children. Their oldest child, Charlie, is 5 ½ years old and suffers from numerous acquired disorders, such as Spastic Quadriparesis Cerebral Palsy, Refractory Epilepsy, Secondary Dystonia, Dysphagia and Cortical Vision Impairment. Last summer, the Stella family reached out to the local chapter of Make-a-Wish Ohio, Kentucky & Indiana with a special request of installing an inclusive play area on the grounds of Royal View Elementary by the current playground. At first, a “playground cruiser” was the only piece of equipment to be added to the current school playground. However, after a year of additional planning, a complete inclusive playground will be installed at the elementary school thanks to Make-A-Wish, North Royalton City Schools, and Snider Recreation. 
Back to School At Royal View


Royal View's New Look

 

When the school year ended at Royal View last June, we said goodbye to 390 students in grades 1 through 4. When our doors reopened on Aug. 19th, the building had been transformed into a Pre-K to 4th Grade facility housing nearly 500 students. Our phenomenal summer cleaning crew deserves the credit, as they worked tirelessly to make sure the transition of students and staff from the ECC to their new home at Royal View was smooth and seamless. This was no small task, as the building transformation resulted in no less than 19 classrooms having a different staff member in it from the time we closed the doors in June for summer vacation.

Welcome to Lil' Bears Preschool

 

Your child begins their learning years in an environment that is warm, caring and geared specifically to the needs of the young learner. Our staff is eagerly awaiting the arrival of your children. The staff continues their goal of providing an academic and social environment that encompasses high expectations for the children’s learning. Preschool is often a child’s first formal learning experience. Our goal at Lil’ Bears is to make your experience with us smooth and welcoming.

Each new school year, there are many emotions that children experience as they begin this new adventure. They are excited and scared and worried and thrilled. Those emotions can be mixed up and hard to sort through. Please feel free to stop in with any questions and concerns you may have. What may seem like “old hat” to us feels very new to you. Everyone here Lil’ Bears will be more than willing to assist you in any way.


Again, welcome. I look forward to sharing a year of wonder and excitement with you and your child.


Sincerely,


Mike McGinnis

Preschool Coordinator


Dates to Remember
Upcoming Events