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.

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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.

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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.

Auditions for GODSPELL

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 8TH & MONDAY, AUGUST 11TH

BY APPOINTMENT

CALLBACKS WILL BE HELD AUGUST 11TH

PLEASE PREPARE 16-32 MEASURES FROM AN UP-TEMPO BROADWAY MUSICAL. BRING THE ACCOMPANIMENT TRACK ON MP3. AUDITIONS AND CALLBACKS WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE CHOIR ROOM. GET YOUR AUDITION PACKET FROM MRS.STROUSE, MR.LAGUANA OR THE MAIN OFFICE.

Athletic Physicals

Rangeview will be hosting Athletic Physicals on Saturday August 9th from 8:30am-12:30pm. The cost is $10.00. You must sign up for a time in the Athletic office and pay $10 cash to reserve your spot. This is first come, first served and space is limited.

Schedule Changes

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.

Summer Packet Information:

 

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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CHSAA – Choir Competition

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.

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Alumni Information

Rangeview High School Class of 1994 - 20th Reunion
 
Date: Saturday, July 12, 2014 at 7:00pm
 
Where: HOTEL VQ - Skybox
1975 Mile High Stadium Circle
Denver, CO 80204
 

To receive an invitation with all of the details for our reunion and purchase tickets, please email Christina W. Bradley at christinawbradley@gmail.com.

Contact: Christina W. Bradley

720-951-5512
 

Class of 2004
Preliminary Date - August 2, 2014
More information to follow

FBLA Qualifies for Nationals

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. 

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Construction Project – Summer 2014

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:

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Alcohol & Drug Policy

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.

For the complete details please read link below

Alcohol & Drug Policies Updated for 3-17-14

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