Congratulations to our select choirs for their amazing performance at the CHSAA Show Choir and Acapella festival on Thursday May 1. Rhapsody our select women’s choir got a rating of II or Excellent. Our small acapella group Octave Max also received a rating of II or Excellent. Our mixed show choir The Chromatics received a I or Superior at festival. This is the 7th time Mr. Laguana and the choirs have travelled to this festival highlighting show, acapella and jazz choirs all across Colorado. This year’s choirs received the highest scores in the last seven years.
Join all the choirs May 7 at 7:00pm for the final choir concert. Tickets are $3 for adults $2 for students and senior citizens. Children 10 and under and all APS employees (with their badges) are free.
To receive an invitation with all of the details for our reunion and purchase tickets, please email Christina W. Bradley at email@example.com.
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Congratulations to Rangeview's FBLA club. After qualifying at the regional level, students traveled to Vail to compete in their competitions against other high schools from all over the state. The parliamentary procedure team placed 4th, marketing team placed 3rd, and business presentation placed third.
Congratulations to Makias Negussie, Raymond Simanjuntak, Elvis Ahn, Do Park, and Bruce Ahn for winning eligibility to compete at the national level this Summer in Tennessee.
Click o the link below to access all of the assignments for AP classes for 2014-2015.
During the Summer months Rangeview will redo the front walkway. We are making a more accessible handicapped ramp. We are asking the public to use the entrance by the marquee and off of Telluride to access the building during the construction. Do not use the entrance at the Sedalia light to avoid construction vehicles. Thank you for patience. Please refer the the map below:
Rangeview’s alcohol and drug policies have been updated and will go into effect on Monday, March 17th, to begin the 4th Quarter. The changes have been made in an effort to reduce the amount of illegal substance abuse by our students by raising their awareness of it and offering an educational piece around alcohol and drug usage. The major change to these policies are the changes to the length of the suspensions and the new Substance Abuse course that is offered as an Alternative to Suspension.
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Rangeview makes it's mark in Washington DC. The competition is divided into three portions. The Cisco Networking Challenge, the overall winner, and the Digital Cyber Crime Scene Challenge. Rangeview had the only perfect score for the Digital Crime Scene Challenge and were National Champions in this portion of the program. According to the organizers, Rangeview had the only perfect score that has ever been recorded by an Open Division team. Here is the team on the stage.
CyberPatriot is the premier national high school cyber defense competition that is designed to give hands on exposure to the foundations of cyber security. CyberPatriot is not a hacking competition. Rangeview has participated in this competition for the last 4 years. The team has made the National Finals for the second time in 4 years. The finals are held in Washington DC at the end of March. The finalists are the top 12 teams in the Open Division and 14 teams in the ROTC Division out of several hundreds of teams. Congratulations and good luck in Washington DC for the next round to:
College English credit at Rangeview for 2014-15! We will be offering an English class for college credit next year on the Rangeview campus. The class is limited to 25 students and appropriate ACT or Accuplacer cut scores will be necessary to sign up.
If you’re interested make an appointment to see your counselor immediately. The first 25 juniors to provide qualifying test scores will enrolled.
Town Center at Aurora/City Place Shoplifting Task Force:
Over the last several years one crime area that has consistently increased is larceny-shoplifting; In response Aurora Police Department has adopted a zero-tolerance policy toward shoplifters and is no longer cutting offenders a break.
What does that mean for you, as juveniles? It’s not just a ticket anymore: you’ll go to the jail, will be processed, and released to either a parent or the JAC. Your SROs will be notified and made aware of your extracurricular activities; and the Judges and City Attorney’s Office are cracking down on sentencing. You can be trespassed from the premises and if you return, you will be charged with trespassing. Shoplifting- it’s not worth it.
XCEL Energy is hosting a day of STEM career exploration day on CCA’s Lowry campus on April 18th. Space is limited to 25 students and applications are due to the Counseling Office no Later than Tuesday, April 15th. Workshops include iMac Web development, opportunities in computer science and DNA extraction & an epidemiological model of disease transmission. If these workshops interest you, please be sure to sign up ASAP.
In recognition of National Athletic Training Month, Rangeview High School would like to acknowledge the contributions of Rangeview’s athletic trainer, Heidi Kelley. Heidi has been Rangeview’s athletic trainer since 1999. She has been committed to providing the best care for all our athletes since her hiring date. There is not a coach on staff who will not hail the important contributions Heidi makes to the success of their athletic teams. Heidi has been instrumental in developing district guidelines in the area of athlete safety. She has spear-headed the concussion awareness programs throughout the district in addition to being APS’ lead trainer. Heidi is actively involved in the lives of so many Rangeview students as a trainer, class sponsor, and media assistant. Her contribution to the overall positive culture of Rangeview High school is invaluable. Please take a moment to thank Heidi for her outstanding service to Rangeview athletes and to Rangeview as a whole.