Raider Review Spotlight

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Rotary Club and Peaceful Schools
By: Anica Dolan, Review Staff
There are many organizations and clubs in the world that help the youth today, and the majority of the people the…

Raider Review Spotlight
School of Rock

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…

School of Rock
ASCENT Program

ASCENT Program

The number of RHS seniors interested in participating in the ASCENT program is growing each year.  With the costs of college increasing, more and more students are looking for ways to finance their post high school education.  The ASCENT program…

ASCENT Program
Construction & Traffic Starting December 4, 2017

Construction & Traffic Starting December 4, 2017

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…

Construction & Traffic Starting December 4, 2017
2017-18 Family and Community Involvement Survey

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…

2017-18 Family and Community Involvement Survey
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December 21, 2017 Early Release Schedule

Period Times
1st 7:30-7:55
2nd 8:00-8:20
3rd 8:25-8:45
4th 8:50-9:10
5th 9:15-9:35
6th 9:40-10:00
7th 10:05-10:25
Lunch  10:30-11:00

Lunch will be for any student who wishes to eat lunch on campus. Students may leave at 10:25.

Our first early release day is this Friday, September 1st.  There will be no ROTC classes on early release days.  For students who have Pickens classes; they will alternate between early release, am classes and late start pm classes.  This Friday will be an early release am classes only schedule.  Transportation will pick up and drop off at Rangeview at regular Pickens schedule times.  Also, students should attend off-campus CCA classes as regularly scheduled.

Here is the Early Release, Late Start Schedule information for Pickens:

  • Friday, September 1st – Early Release (am classes only)
  • Thursday, October 12th – Late Start (pm classes only)
  • Friday, November 10th – Late Start (pm classes only)
  • Thursday, December 21st – Early Release (am classes only)
  • Wednesday, January 31st – Early Release (am classes only)
  • Friday, May 4th – Late Start (pm classes only)

Early Release Days for 2017-2018 School Year:

  • September 1
  • October 12
  • November 10
  • December 21
  • January 31
  • May 4th
  • Full Day- March 23rd (no school for students)

Inservice Days (no school for students)

  • September 15th
  • February 1st

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

Seniors – Graduation Ordering

If you missed these times you can still order through www.uniquerecognition.com

Attn. Senior Class – Herff Jones will be on Wednesday, November 29th from 10:30 am -1:00 pm in the RHS College/Career Center accepting your orders for the Class of 2018 Graduation Announcements, Accessories, Class Rings and Grad Gear. Remember that a down payment of $85 for your graduation order and if ordering a class ring another $85 deposit is required. Grad Gear will be delivered when you order at school. This will be the final “in-school” ordering opportunity this fall. Extra info is available in the main office. See you soon!

Ordering Days:

  • November 8, 2017 - 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM - College and Career Center
  • November 29, 2017 - 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM - College and career Center

40th Annual Denver Film Festival – Winner!

The Raider Review's Irl Paulalengan film won the Viewer's Choice Award for student films at the 40th Annual Denver Film Festival! Irl just moved to Aurora from Indonesia 10 months ago, and she has already established herself as one of the best young filmmakers in the area. Congratulations, Irl. Take three minutes out of your day to watch her short film and click here: http://rangeviewraiders.info/?p=10001