On Friday, December 12th the DECA District 4 Leadership Development Conference was held at the Johnson and Wales Denver campus. Six high schools and over 150 students, including twenty-four from Rangeview, took part in the competition.
Rangeview marketing students prepared for the competition in the months prior hoping for the chance to represent Rangeview at the DECA State Leadership Conference which is held at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs in February. Students who compete in the State event and qualify for nationals will then compete at the International Career Development Conference held in Orlando, Florida.
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Please check the Lost and Found located in “Receiving”, located behind the Senior Section, for items you may have missing. Any items left over Winter Break will be discarded.
City construction on the Tollgate Creek are just west of Rangeview will begin soon. This is not on Rangeview property but is adjacent and may cause delays. Please be aware of the construction area and possible delays in traffic along Iliff and Quintero. This also may impact parking for the western most athletic fields. Please read the attached letter from the City of Aurora.
Construction Information 2014
- Mandatory meeting with Mr. Keeley*
- Thursday, January 8, 2015
- RHS Post Graduate Center
- 9:00 a.m.
Important information will be provided to insure students are admitted to this program.
*Students interested in Pickens ASCENT will be contacted by Pickens in January.
See your counselor for more information.
Visit the following link to hear the Rangeview Choir on KEZW radio.
Choir Concert is Wednesday December 17, 2014 at 7 PM
The glove, hats and scarf drive for LULAC starts this week. All donated items will be given to an organization called Aurora Warms the Night. They have a huge need for winter hats, gloves and scarves. On December 16th, 17th, and 18th, LULAC will have a table set up at the Double R’s right outside the Commons before school and during lunch. Please bring any new or gently used hats, gloves, and scarves to donate. Everyone who donates will get a treat from a LULAC member. Let’s help make the winter a bit warmer for our community.
The 1st Annual Rangeview Ugly Sweater Holiday Run 5K
Saturday, December 13th – 8:00 am
- A percentage of the proceeds from the event will go to support the Miracle Party Foundation to help fight childhood cancer.
- The raceway will take you along the beautiful winter scenery of Powerline Trail and will incorporate a trail along the West Toll Gate Creek.
- Prizes will go to individuals who are wearing the most creative ugly sweater themed attire to the Race. There will be race awards for age groups and teams.
The 1st Annual Rangview Ugly Sweater Weather Run 5K Registration Form
Map of Race
Senior Citizens / Students $7
Students with Activity Cards $6
Students at Rangeview will have the opportunity to participate in the movement of "CODE." This is the language of our world and our students will have a chance to explore this language. December 9th or 11th in Rooms 225 & 226 from 3:30 to 4:30 we will be coding. Watch the short video to see the importance of this movement. Some classes will be participating in this program as well during the week. If your or your family can't attend, do it on your own at the following link: http://code.org/learn
If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Alquitran in Math or Mr. Mills - Technology Coordinator.
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APS Google Login is Changing!
The IT department, in collaboration with the Ed Tech department, is preparing to simplify and improve your APS Google experience. Part of this transition includes the removal of the blue APS login screen in favor of simply logging in to APS Google from any Google website and website that allows for Google login - like YouTube, for example. This means there will be no need to access APS Google at googleaurorak12.org any longer; students and staff can login at google.com.
How will this affect you and what can you do to prepare?
Our APS Google domain will be temporarily shut down Tuesday November 25th at 4:30pm in order to facilitate this change. Once the change takes effect beginning Friday November 28th,staff and students will be required to login differently from that point forward. It is important to note that users will retain all of their drive docs, calendar, sites and email data - this change does not affect what is in your account. Please access, download, and read over the following help sheets to better understand the new login convention and also, for teachers, to learn how to access your student’s new credentials and make class rosters.
What are the benefits of direct sign on authentication?
- Users can now access their APS Google account from any Google-based website
- Better Google performance reliability
December 8, 2014
Community Conference Room
Principal Fay will also discuss the following:
-Ways that parents and families can get involved at Rangeview High School
- Spring Assessments including ACT and PARCC
- Spring events and dates
-Standards based grading
Food and Beverages will be served.
Sponsor - Robin Allen
Martial Arts club is an opportunity for students to learn about martial arts and self defense and the club is designed to trade knowledge among students. The students will learn some basic forms for Tai Chi and Tae Kwon Do as well as some basic self defense from combat hapkido and FAST defense. NO prior knowledge or training of martial arts is necessary.
We will meet every other week either on a Wednesday or Friday from 3:30 – 4:30
Current schedule of meetings:
- Wednesday, Dec. 3 - Guest instructor Master Eric Mayes : Combat Hapkido
- Wednesday, Dec. 17