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Principal's Message

Welcome to Larry A. Ryle High School! We are proud to continue our tradition of academic and athletic excellence into the 2016–2017 school year.  The faculty and administration of Larry A. Ryle High School are here to provide skillful instruction, bold leadership, and a safe orderly learning and teaching environment. We will emphasize, teach and expect RESPECT, SERVICE, RESPONSIBILITY, and INTEGRITY.

The following summarizes a few key points that we believe are important and are often left out of the discussion for what our students need as they grow into young men and women.

What are College and Career Ready Students?

We want, at a minimum, to be sure that high school graduates are ready to succeed in the 2-year and 4-year college programs that will prepare them for both work and further education.

But that is not all we want. We want students whose mastery of the subjects they have studied runs deep – they have the kind of deep understanding of those subjects that will enable them to learn other things easily when they need to and to apply what they have learned creatively and effectively to a wide range of problems and challenges. We want them to be able to synthesize what they have learned from many domains as they address those challenges and to analyze the challenges they face so that they can address them. They will have to be very good communicators, in many mediums. They will need to be both disciplined and creative at the same time.

But we want far more than that for our students. They need to learn how to lead and how to be a good team member. We want them to set high standards for themselves and to be prepared to work hard to achieve them. Their character matters a lot to us. We want them to know right from wrong and to do the right thing when it is not easy to do. We want them to take pleasure from serving others and being a contributing member of society. We want them to be tolerant and inclusive. We want them to be tough and kind.

To be effective in anything they undertake, our students will have to be able to control their emotions, set high targets for themselves, and be prepared to sacrifice their short-term goals to achieve them. They have to be able to monitor their behavior and change it when necessary. They will need to be able to set a goal, develop a plan, and work toward it.

The Singaporeans have a slogan that sums up some of this as Heart, Head, and Hand. It is a good reminder that school is about a lot more than classwork; it is all about the student and all the kinds of learning that need to take place to develop the graduates we will be proud of.   (National Center on Education and the Economy, 2016)

The high quality programs at Larry A. Ryle High School are directly due to the hard work, dedication and commitment of all of our students, our faculty and staff, and our community members.  Let's continue the tradition!

Matthew L. Turner, Principal

Matthew.Turner@boone.kyschools.us

 


For news, information, and announcements check out these links:

Ryle blog - http://ryleprincipal.blogspot.com/

Ryle Twitter feed - https://twitter.com/Ryle_HS/

Ryle Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Larry-A-Ryle-High-School/153072054789651

 

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Important Information about the Solar Eclipse

On Monday August 21st, 2017 we will experience a total solar eclipse, an event that hasn’t occurred over the U.S. mainland since 1979.  A total solar eclipse, which is when the moon completely covers the sun, will occur across 14 states in the continental U.S. along a 70-mile-wide swath of the country.  While Boone County is not located in this area, we will still be able to view the partial solar eclipse.

This event will be an extraordinary educational opportunity for our students.  Many of our schools will have special activities or lessons planned for this day to accompany the event.  While this event is extremely exciting for our students, we must also acknowledge the importance of proper eye safety.  While it should be common sense not to stare directly at the sun with your naked eyes, this advice will be even more important during this event.  The eclipse must be viewed only through proper eclipse glasses.  Schools with planned viewing activities will require students to wear proper solar eclipse glasses.

In order to protect our students’ eyes during this event:

  • Students will not participate in any unstructured outdoor activities, including recess
  • Students will be advised to not look directly at the sun without wearing solar eclipse glasses
  • We will provide additional personnel until 4pm for parents who do not want their children riding the bus during the eclipse.Children who do not ride the bus for that reason will have to be picked up by parents at 4pm.
National Honor Society Applications

Applications for acceptance into the Larry A. Ryle Chapter of the National Honor Society are now being accepted.  After clicking on the link below, you will be prompted to login to your Google account (username is your full student email address). Each applicant will need to login to complete the application.
Only applications submitted online will be accepted.
Applications must be submitted by 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 23, 2017
https://goo.gl/forms/oJLEAL0VkflEF4Im2

Be sure to print the Signature Page at the end of the application and turn in the Signature Page to Ms. Nichols in the Ryle Media Center by 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 23, 2017.  The Signature Page can also be printed by clicking on the following link.
Signature Page:  http://tinyurl.com/grjmcl8

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Our Mission

Ryle High School is dedicated to the development of the entire Ryle community. It is our goal to provide the skills for Ryle students to excel in and contribute to the leadership, technology, citizenship, and character of the whole Ryle High School community. Ryle is committed to focusing the energy, talent, experience, and knowledge of the entire Ryle High School and surrounding community toward its greatest asset, our youth.

 

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Principal's Message

Welcome to Larry A. Ryle High School! We are proud to continue our tradition of academic and athletic excellence into the 2016–2017 school year.  The faculty and administration of Larry A. Ryle High School are here to provide skillful instruction, bold leadership, and a safe orderly learning and teaching environment. We will emphasize, teach and expect RESPECT, SERVICE, RESPONSIBILITY, and INTEGRITY.

The following summarizes a few key points that we believe are important and are often left out of the discussion for what our students need as they grow into young men and women.

What are College and Career Ready Students?

We want, at a minimum, to be sure that high school graduates are ready to succeed in the 2-year and 4-year college programs that will prepare them for both work and further education.

But that is not all we want. We want students whose mastery of the subjects they have studied runs deep – they have the kind of deep understanding of those subjects that will enable them to learn other things easily when they need to and to apply what they have learned creatively and effectively to a wide range of problems and challenges. We want them to be able to synthesize what they have learned from many domains as they address those challenges and to analyze the challenges they face so that they can address them. They will have to be very good communicators, in many mediums. They will need to be both disciplined and creative at the same time.

But we want far more than that for our students. They need to learn how to lead and how to be a good team member. We want them to set high standards for themselves and to be prepared to work hard to achieve them. Their character matters a lot to us. We want them to know right from wrong and to do the right thing when it is not easy to do. We want them to take pleasure from serving others and being a contributing member of society. We want them to be tolerant and inclusive. We want them to be tough and kind.

To be effective in anything they undertake, our students will have to be able to control their emotions, set high targets for themselves, and be prepared to sacrifice their short-term goals to achieve them. They have to be able to monitor their behavior and change it when necessary. They will need to be able to set a goal, develop a plan, and work toward it.

The Singaporeans have a slogan that sums up some of this as Heart, Head, and Hand. It is a good reminder that school is about a lot more than classwork; it is all about the student and all the kinds of learning that need to take place to develop the graduates we will be proud of.   (National Center on Education and the Economy, 2016)

The high quality programs at Larry A. Ryle High School are directly due to the hard work, dedication and commitment of all of our students, our faculty and staff, and our community members.  Let's continue the tradition!

Matthew L. Turner, Principal

Matthew.Turner@boone.kyschools.us

 


For news, information, and announcements check out these links:

Ryle blog - http://ryleprincipal.blogspot.com/

Ryle Twitter feed - https://twitter.com/Ryle_HS/

Ryle Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Larry-A-Ryle-High-School/153072054789651

 

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