School Newsletter

Communication of information is an integral part of the school's goal of staying connected to parents. School newsletters provide news about both curricular and extracurricular opportunities for students. Summaries of classroom activities, student and school accomplishments, and important event dates are available in the newsletters to keep parents up to date.

  2013-14 H.E.R.O.  Newsletters

• Issue 1 | Sept. 2013
• Issue 2 | Oct. 2013
• Issue 3 | Nov. 2013
• Issue 4 | Jan. 2014
• Issue 5 | Feb. 2014
• Issue 6 | March 2014
    2012-13 H.E.R.O.  Newsletters

• Issue 1 | Oct. 2012 |
• Issue 2 | Dec. 2012 |
• Issue 3 | Jan. 2013 |

parent/Student Handbook

To ensure a safe and appropriate learning environment for your elementary child, guidelines and policies help in the development of student responsibility and self-discipline as well as aid in promoting the common good and positive climate of the entire school. The Royal Manor Elementary Handbook has been prepared to acquaint you with our school and answer questions that are frequently asked in regard to policies, procedures and schedules.

A Note About Communicable Diseases...

If your child is complaining of being sick in the morning, please take their temperature before sending them to school. If the temperature is 100F or greater, your child has a fever and must stay home from school until they are fever-free (without the use of medicine, such as Tylenol or ibuprofen) for 24 hours. Don’t forget to call the office to let us know your child is home ill. Click here  for a list of some of the most common communicable diseases in school-aged children.