Historically Black College & University Fair

Historically Black College & University Fair

Historically Black College & University Fair
Raider Review Spotlight

Raider Review Spotlight

Da(code)a: The CyberPatriot
 
By: Sam Newman, Review Staff
Many would say that Rangeview High School is an immensely diverse place. Not only does it have a wide variety of ethnicities and races, it is also filled with many people of very different…

Raider Review Spotlight
New Mascot

New Mascot

Raiders,
If you haven’t noticed, Rangeview introduced a new mascot this school year. Based on the votes and input of our students, coaches, and community Rangeview has redesigned it’s mascot to better represent our identity as Raiders. The move comes in…

New Mascot
Rangeview Cheer Shines as UCA Regional Champs

Rangeview Cheer Shines as UCA Regional Champs

November 11, 2017
Rangeview Cheer put on their performance of the year despite some difficult obstacles in winning their UCA Regional Competition Saturday. The win qualifies the Raider Cheer squad for the Elite Division of the National High School Cheerleading Championship…

Rangeview Cheer Shines as UCA Regional Champs
Raider Review Earns Award

Raider Review Earns Award

Congratulations to The Raider Review for being awarded 3rd Place in the state for high school news websites in the 5A schools category. This is the third year in a row The Review has been rated in the top five in the state by…

Raider Review Earns Award
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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   

 

AP News

It's time to start thinking about AP exams that will be taken in May of 2018. Deposits in the amount of $20.00 per exam are due  Friday November 17, 2017. Financial aid applications are available through AP teachers and Rangeview's AP testing coordinator, Lillie Dean. Please contact your student's teacher of Lillie Dean for further information.

National Merit Scholarship Program Commends Elizabeth Resendiz

Principal Ron Fay and Rangeview High School are proud to announce that Elizabeth Resendiz hase been named a Commended Student in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. A Letter. Elizabeth earned this honor by being in the top 2% of 1.6 million students who entered the 2018 competition by taking the 2016 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.

Elizabeth ranks in the top five of the Class of 2018 with an awe-inspiring 4.81 GPA. Elizabeth is considering some of the top liberal arts schools in the nation to continue her education including Swarthmore College (PA), Grinnell College (IA), and Scripps College (CA).

“The young men and women being named Commended Students have demonstrated outstanding potential for academic success,” commented a spokesperson for NMSC. “These students represent a valuable national resource; recognizing their accomplishments, as well as the key role their schools play in their academic development, is vital to the advancement of educational excellence in our nation. We hope that this recognition will help broaden their educational opportunities and encourage them as they continue their pursuit of academic success.”

Seniors – Graduation Ordering

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

Student Employment Opportunity

Hey Students!! If you are looking for a great part-time job?  Aurora Public Schools Custodial Department is looking to hire two student workers at Rangeview to work two hours per day Monday through Friday from 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. at $10.00 per hour. If you are interested, please call Custodial Operations at (303) 367-3000 x28678 or go to aurorak12.org and apply for the Student Worker position listed for Rangeview.

Sundberg Earns Trip to 5A Cross Country State Meet

Sophmore Luke Sundberg advances to the State 5A Cross Country Meet with a sixth-place finish at the Region 3 Meet October 19, 2017. He completed the course in 16:27, a season-best. He will compete in Colorado Springs at the Norris Penrose Events Center on October 28th. Luke's strong performance was a crowning achievement to leading Rangeview to the EMAC Championship earlier in the month. Good Luck Luke!

S.O.S. Prevention Program

Rangeview High School is presenting to our 9th grade class depression awareness and suicide prevention training as part of the Signs of Suicide (S.O.S.) Prevention Program.  The training will occur the week of October 30 - November 3, 2017.  The program has proven to be successful by increasing the number of students who seek help. These students may be concerned about themselves or a friend.  Below are copies of the letters that are being sent home to parents. This is the only school-based suicide prevention program listed by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. For more information, please click here (English) (Spanish) versions of the attachments.

The adolescent years are marked by a roller-coaster ride of emotions for youth, their parents, and educators. It is easy to misread depression as normal adolescent turmoil. However, depression appears to be occurring at a much earlier age. Depression, which is treatable, is a leading risk factor for suicide. In addition, self-injury has become a growing problem among youth.

To proactively address these issues, Rangeview High School is offering depression awareness and suicide prevention training as part of the Signs of Suicide (S.O.S.) Prevention Program. The program has proven to be successful by increasing the number of students who seek help. These students may be concerned about themselves or a friend. This is the only school-based suicide prevention program listed by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Our goals in participating in the program are straightforward:

  • To help our students understand that depression is a treatable illness
  • To explain that suicide is a preventable tragedy that often occurs as a result of untreated depression
  • To provide students training in how to identify serious depression and potential signs of suicide in themselves or a friend
  • To impress upon youth that they can help themselves or a friend by taking the simple step of talking to a responsible adult about their concerns
  • To help students know who in the school they can turn to for help if they need it.

The training will occur the week of October 30-November 3, 2017. If you have any questions and/or would like to meet with your student’s counselor regarding the presentation, please contact Brook Knower, Counseling Secretary, at 303-326-1857 by Thursday, October 12, 2017.


If you do NOT want your child to participate in the S.O.S. program, please sign and return this letter to Mrs. Knower, Counseling Secretary, in the Rangeview High School Counseling Department by Thursday, October 26, 2017.

SOS Letter 2017 in English

SOS Letter 2017 in Spanish