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Kenneth Pearce (left), the new principal at Royse City High School, spoke with RCISD superintendent Kevin Worthy (middle) and others during a meet-and-greet reception last week at RCHS.
Most RCISD campuses meet TEA accountability standards
The Royse City Independent School District and eight of its nine campuses earned “met standard” ratings in the 2014 state accountability system ratings released by the Texas Education Agency.
RCISD approves budget, sets tax rate for 2014-15
The Royse City Independent School District Board of Trustees approved the 2014-15 budget Monday night for expected expenditures in the general, student nutrition and debt service funds, then set a tax rate of $1.67 for the school year.
County proposes lower tax rate
Rockwall County residents can look forward to paying less taxes in 2015 if the county’s proposed budget is passed later this year.
City of Fate receives national budget award
The City of Fate has received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award, a national honor that “represents a significant achievement by the entity.”
Fate budget proposal includes property tax increase
The Fate City Council has taken the first step toward approving a budget of almost $4 million for fiscal year 2014-15 that calls for a four-cent property tax rate increase.
- Most RCISD campuses meet TEA accountability standards
Petroff looks to 2014 as Bulldogs prep for scrimmage
Football season has officially kicked off for the Royse City Bulldogs and second-year coach and athletic director David Petroff was excited about his 2014 team.
- RCHS volleyball teams in action this week
- 2013: Bulldogs put up fight despite stumbling to 1-9
- New coach will lead RCHS volleyball program in 2014
- Season ticket renewals start today
- Petroff looks to 2014 as Bulldogs prep for scrimmage