July Check-In

 LATE CHECK-IN
Returning students who are unable to check-in July 24, 25, 28, or 29 must call the school (303-695-6848) before 3 p.m. on July 29 or they will be dropped from the school database. Students who are dropped must re-enroll and re-register. For students who do call, and for students who enroll after July 29, late check-in is scheduled for Monday, August 4 and Tuesday, August 5 from 7:00 – 9:00 a.m. Please use the athletic entrance.
Yearbook and ID pictures will be taken on these days.

Packets and important links:

SCHEDULE CHANGE PROCEDURES
Student initiated schedule changes will be made at the following dates and times ONLY:

  • Thurs., 8/7/14 - 6:30 - 7:15 a.m.    &  3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
  • Fri., 8/8/14   - 6:30 - 7:15 a.m.    & 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.

Changes will not be made via telephone or e-mail. Students in grades 9 – 11 can only make changes at these times.
Students must have the appropriate ADD/DROP form with all signatures from teachers and parents. No changes will be made if signatures are missing. Forms are available in the counseling office.
Schedule changes will be based on space availability and will not be made to choose teachers, lunch period, or particular period of the day. Students are allowed a maximum of one visit to the counseling office per semester for a schedule change.
All freshman and sophomore students must have six classes and all juniors and seniors must have five classes (not including an assistantship).
Seniors requesting a schedule change must see their assigned counselor.
No changes can be initiated during the school day except for seniors with appointments. If students feel they are misplaced, such as repeating a class they’ve already passed or they have skipped over a level, they need to speak with their teacher and the teacher can contact the student’s counselor.

Athletics Forms & Physicals Information

2014-2015 Athletic Information

Please check with individual coaches about pre-season workouts or look on the individual web pages.

All Paperwork must be in prior to the first practice.

To play sports at Rangeview High School you must have on file in the athletic office:

Athletic Registration Packet:

  • *One current copy for the entire current school year. Athletic forms must be updated yearly while your student-athlete is participating in athletics.

  • *Athletic registration paperwork can be found and printed off of the Athletics/Activities page on the Rangeview High School website: http://rangeview.aurorak12.org

Current Physical during your athletic season(s):

  • *Athletic physicals may be performed by your family physician. You may also take advantage of athletic physicals offered at Rangeview High School or at the APS district sponsored physicals held at one of our sister high schools at the beginning of the school year. Information on physical dates will be available in the summer information mailer. Please look for these dates and locations.

Participation Fee:

  • *The cost to play a sport at Rangeview High School is $60.00 per sport and must be paid before the first contest.

Below is the information packets for Athletics for 2014. Additional information about physicals for athletics are listed as well for your convenience.

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Physicals Information is below:

As a convenience we are offering athletic physicals at Rangeview during student check-in on July 24, 25, 28 and 29 from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm.  The fee for the physical is $25 and students must have a signed parent permission form if they wish to have the physical done during these times.  Checks for physicals are payable to Colorado Partners in Health. 

Physical flyer

Colorado Partners in Health

 

Another Opportunity offered by APS at Aurora Central High School - Flyer below:

Fall event flyer

Additional Locations for physicals are listed below.

Sports Physicals

Apply for Free & Reduced Lunches

The fastest way to apply for Free or Reduced price meals. Applying for meal benefits is quick, easy, and secure - CLICK HERE.

What you will need to provide during the application process:
  • Names and incomes of every Aurora Public Schools student.
  • Names and incomes of every member of your household.
  • The last four digits of your social security number.
  • SNAP case number if you have one.
  • (Optional) A valid email address or phone number for district communication.

If you do not have an email address, you can sign up for a free email address at any of the following free services: Google Gmail, Yahoo Mail, or Microsoft Hot-mail/Live Mail
NO FEES! Available 24/7 for your convenience.
We will begin accepting applications for the 2014-2015 school year on July 7, 2014.
Paper applications are still available at your school for your convenience.

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Online Spanish Meal Application

 

Legacy Exhibit

You can help document Rangeview's history! We are currently collecting artifacts from the last 30 years that represent our story. Simply click on the following link to share which historic artifacts you are willing to contribute to our Legacy Exhibit:

Legacy Artifacts

Boys Basketball Helps With Hoop Scoop Camp

By COURTNEY OAKES, Sports Editor, Aurora Sentinel

AURORA | Growing up, Tyrei Randall remembers well how basketball camps helped him love the game more.

Last week, the junior-to-be at Rangeview High School and his teammates on the school’s boys basketball team had the chance to share that love of the game with a new generation of youngsters in the city.

In the midst of capping a successful summer season — in which they won the Denver East league championship — coach Shawn Palmer and his Rangeview boys basketball team lent their time as instructors for the annual Hoop Scoop Basketball Camp at Aurora Hoops Park, an event sponsored by nearby Restoration Christian Fellowship.

For the full story and pictures click here.

AURORA | Growing up, Tyrei Randall remembers well how basketball camps helped him love the game more.

Last week, the junior-to-be at Rangeview High School and his teammates on the school’s boys basketball team had the chance to share that love of the game with a new generation of youngsters in the city.

In the midst of capping a successful summer season — in which they won the Denver East league championship — coach Shawn Palmer and his Rangeview boys basketball team lent their time as instructors for the annual Hoop Scoop Basketball Camp at Aurora Hoops Park, an event sponsored by nearby Restoration Christian Fellowship.

- See more at: http://www.aurorasentinel.com/sports/preps/boys-basketball-rangeview-players-turn-help-kids-hoop-scoop-camp/#sthash.eiUKApYR.dpuf

Breakfast & Lunch Price Increases for 2014-2015

The chart below outlines meal price increases that will take effect on July 1, 2014, for both lunch and breakfast. 

 

 

Breakfast

   

Lunch

 

Location

2013-14 Full-paid

Increase Amount

2014-15 Full-paid

2013-14 Full-paid

Increase Amount

2014-15 Full-paid

Elementary

$0.90

$0.20

$1.10

$1.95

$0.25

$2.20

K-8 Schools (K-4)

$0.90

$0.20

$1.10

$1.95

$0.25

$2.20

K-8 Schools (5-8)

$1.15

$0.20

$1.35

$2.45

$0.25

$2.70

Secondary

$1.15

$0.20

$1.35

$2.45

$0.25

$2.70

Adult Meal

$1.65

$0.20

$1.85

$3.45

$0.25

$3.70

Sack Milk

     

$0.70

$0.05

$0.75

Breakfast price increase required by increased costs

Nutrition Services has experienced a substantial increase in food costs.  We are adding 11 more breakfast after the bell sites.  To help cover those increased costs, full paid breakfasts will increase by 20 cents.

Increased costs for insurance contribute to meal price increases.  Worker’s Compensation insurance for Nutrition Services staff will increase by 39 percent. Health insurance costs will increase due to general premium increases and fees charged by the Affordable Health Care Act.  Both of these line items will greatly impact the budget for Nutrition Services.

Lunch price increase required by federal rules

Effective July 2011, the interim rule entitled, “National School Lunch Program: School Food Service Account Revenue Amendments Related to Section 205 of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010” requires that School Food Authorities (SFA) ensure that sufficient funds are provided to the nonprofit school food service account for lunches served to students not eligible for free or reduced priced meals.

The provision requires that each SFA compares the average price charged to the “paid students” to the federal reimbursement rate for free meals.  If the average paid lunch price is less than the difference, the SFA must adjust its prices or provide for non-federal funding to cover that amount.

School Supplies 2014-2015

Rangeview High School general school supply list:

  • Lined paper
  • #2 Pencils
  • Black and/or Blue pens
  • Tissues

On the first day of school each teacher will provide a list of any additional supplies needed for their class.

Rangeview Principals Gather for Graduation

May 19th at the Graduation Ceremony honoring 30 years of educating the Rangeview community, all of the Principals that have served Rangeview attended. They are from left to right: Joe Fluerl, Dr. Pat Thorpe, Marc Stine, Dr. Rob Bishop, Pam Turner, and Ron Fay.

 

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Academic Awards Photographics

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