Open Enrollment 2018-2019

Open Enrollment 2018-2019

RANGEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL OPEN ENROLLMENT
RHS will be accepting open enrollment applications for the 2018-2019 school year from January 16 to May 1.  A completed application must be returned, in person to the Rangeview Main Office and include the following:

The completed application…

Open Enrollment 2018-2019
RHS Students on the Path to Medical School

RHS Students on the Path to Medical School

 

Courtesy of APS District Communications:
 
Two Rangeview students just go closer to fulfilling their dreams of careers as doctors. Rangeview seniors Abel Negussie and Jung Park were recently accepted into the prestigious University of Colorado Denver and Anschutz Medical Campus Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science…

RHS Students on the Path to Medical School
Prepare Your Students for State Testing

Prepare Your Students for State Testing

Many of our students will participate in state testing this spring. Participation is important because results help students, parents and teachers understand whether students have mastered the content they need to know by the end of the school year to…

Prepare Your Students for State Testing
Rangeview Writing Center

Rangeview Writing Center

A group of trained student tutors who are readily available to help you with the writing process.
Ms. Rutherford’s room, Room 233A.
Tuesdays and Thursdays, every Period except 5th and Wednesdays after school (3:30-4:30 PM)
Talk to your teacher or come to room…

Rangeview Writing Center
Raider Review Spotlight

Raider Review Spotlight

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The World’s Saxiest Man
By: Langston Kelly, Review Staff
Rangeview senior Elijah Baughman is an avid participant in the band program. For seven years, he has invested his time and money…

Raider Review Spotlight
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Open Enrollment 2018-2019

RANGEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL OPEN ENROLLMENT

RHS will be accepting open enrollment applications for the 2018-2019 school year from January 16 to May 1.  A completed application must be returned, in person to the Rangeview Main Office and include the following:

  • The completed application form, Intra-District for those living within APS boundaries and Inter-District for those living outside APS boundaries. Forms are below. Parents of APS students will need to obtain the first two items below from the parent portal in Infinite campus.
  • Unofficial copy of transcripts from current school year (Printed from Parent Portal for APS Students only)
  • Copy of attendance record- (Printed from Parent Portal for APS Students only)
  • Copy of discipline record- Available to you from current school (For out of District students only)
  • A letter, typed by your student,  addressed to Mr. Fay, Principal, explaining why he/she wants to attend Rangeview High School

All completed application packets must be returned in person to the Rangeview Main Office.

Within APS Boundaries…

http://aurorak12.org/pol-reg/SectionJ/jfba.pdf

 

Outside APS Boundaries…

http://aurorak12.org/pol-reg/SectionJ/jfbb.pdf

Attendance Policy – Skipping Classes

Students, Parents & Guardians:
 
Starting on Tuesday, 1/16/18, we will be implementing a new policy for students caught skipping classes. The first time they are caught, they will be placed in In-School Suspension and sign a Trespassing contract. Anytime they are caught on campus skipping classes after that, they will be issued a Trespassing ticket from our School Resource Officer and walked directly to class. 
 
Also, we have noticed an increase in the number of students wearing midriffs and ripped jeans that are torn above the knee. Our dress code policy prohibits these and students caught wearing these items will be asked to change. 
 
Christy Hartford
Assistant Principal

Construction & Traffic Information

Our transportation department has designated the south parking lot off of Telluride Street as a pickup zone for buses only. That parking lot is also designated as a staging area for construction starting on Monday, December 4th. Please do not drop off students in the bus lane in the south parking lot. Please drop off students in the west parking lot in the front of the school only.


Dear Rangeview Parents/Guardians:

We are grateful to the citizens of Aurora who approved our $300 million bond measure in November 2016, which will make improvements at every school in APS and benefit every student. Bond-funded construction for Rangeview will begin over winter break and is expected to be complete in summer 2018.

Rangeview’s bond improvements include a six-classroom addition, interior remodeling and updates to several classrooms and corridors throughout the building. These bond-funded improvements will provide benefits for many programs at Rangeview including:

  • STEM - brand new classrooms and technology
  • Special Education - new classrooms designed to better support learning
  • Journalism and Broadcast Media - remodeled classroom and studio for cutting edge broadcasting
  • Physical Education and Athletics - renovations to weight and speed training rooms
  • Visual and Performing Arts - updates to the Art Department and increased resources

In addition, these improvements will also allow us to increase capacity throughout our building and make the best use of the space in our school.

Construction will be ongoing throughout the spring semester with increased work during school breaks when students and staff are not present. Student and staff safety is a top priority at Rangeview, and school leadership will make classroom adjustments to minimize disruption and noise during construction.

In addition, this project will require a partial lot closure to our staff parking lot, which will have minimal impact to staff. There will be no impacts to student parking or traffic in and around Rangeview.

We look forward to completing these improvements to our school and appreciate your patience during our bond project. To follow Rangeview’s construction progress or learn more about bond projects at Aurora Public Schools, visit bond.aurorak12.org.

Sincerely,

Rangeview Administration

Construction Letter - Spanish

Some teachers will need to relocate during this time. Students have been told but you may also look at the Department pages to find the teacher and any changes for second semester have been highlighted.

Citizen Police Academy

Aurora Police Department runs a 15 week Citizen Police Academy twice a year and we are currently accepting applicants (18 years of age or older) for the Academy that begins on February 13, 2018. This academy is for anyone interested in learning more about what the Aurora Police Department does and how it operates. If interested, they must submit an application ASAP. They can learn more on the APD web site and obtain an application: 
 

Executive Internship Program for the 2018-19 School Year

Current Juniors who are interested in participating in an internship during their senior year are welcome to apply for the Executive Internship Program through Pickens Technical College. The program allows high school seniors to spend one or two semesters with a professional from a variety of possible career fields. As an intern you will be assisting your sponsor and learning job-related responsibilities. This is also a great opportunity to also gain leadership skills and connect with professionals.

Applicants should have a 2.75 or higher cumulative GPA. Applications are due by Wednesday, Dec. 20th to the Rangeview Counseling Office. More information and the application can be found using the link below. Applications can also be picked up in the RHS Counseling Office. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Moriarity in the Counseling Office.

 

http://www.pickenstech.org/programs/executive-internship.aspx

School of Rock

Students in Modern Band class have joined this class from beginning guitar or beginning piano as well as an assortment of band and choir students.  Modern Band offers enriching opportunities for students to work on musical skills such as performance, composition, and improvisation.  Perhaps even more important, students hone personal lifetime skills such as teamwork, collaboration, organization, and preparation.  

 

 

2017-18 Family and Community Involvement Survey

Dear Parents/Guardians:

To assess our efforts at parent/community involvement and satisfaction, we have developed this survey to learn more about your views. This survey will help the parent/teacher/administration team to know how well we are involving parents, meeting your needs, and developing your skills as advocates for the children in our school. Thank you in advance for your participation. Note: If you have more than one child in a school, please answer the questions based on the oldest child.

Click here for survey in English


Estimados Padres/Tutores:

Hemos preparado esta encuesta para conocer sus puntos de vista y así poder evaluar nuestros esfuerzos por aumentar la participación y satisfacción de los padres y la comunidad. Esta encuesta le ayudará al equipo de padres/maestros/administradores a determinar el grado de eficiencia con el que estamos involucrando a los padres, cumpliendo con sus necesidades, y desarrollando sus habilidades para abogar por su hijo/a y por los demás niños en nuestra escuelaDe antemano, le agradecemos su participación. Nota: Si tiene más de un hijo/a en nuestra escuela, por favor llene la encuesta basándose en su hijo/a mayor

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