The Royse City ISD Communications Department serves to promote all aspects of the district, students and staff. Through open communications, we hope to build great relationships with parents and the community while supporting the mission of Royse City ISD.

News Tip

Got good news? Sharing the great things happening on campus is what we love to do. Please send photos and written news to

Branding Standards

RCISD is in the process of trademarking the official logos of the district. The cursive RC logo is synonymous with our brand along with our new block logo featuring the district’s tagline.

C25, M24, Y80, K0   :   #C5B358
C0, M0, Y0, K100   :    #000000

We are more than happy to share official logos with you to produce spirit wear and promotion items. We ask that you do not distort or change the features or colors of the logos. To request a copy of a district logo, please email

Ways We Communicate

Emergency Communications

In the event of severe weather or situation requiring immediate notification to parents, the Communications Department will work with and support campuses to quickly disseminate information. Depending on the nature of the event, we will utilize one or more of these tools: social media, district website, parent phone calls or texts via School Messenger, parent emails, local news outlets and Constant Contact. Parents are encouraged to notify their child’s school if phone numbers or email addresses are changed during the year.

Show Us Your Support

A great school district perfectly complements a great community. The Royse City ISD Education Foundation is a great way to support students, teachers and classroom across the district. Funds raised by the Foundation are awarded for innovative grant ideas. Learn how to volunteer or to give at

Adi Bryant

Chief Communications Officer





Sheila Whitney

Director’s Assistant




Chris Kingsley

Multimedia Specialist

& District Webmaster



Kim Crumrine

Education Foundation Executive Director