Hour of Code

Hour-of-Code-Large-LogoStudents at Rangeview will have the opportunity to participate in the movement of "CODE." This is the language of our world and our students will have a chance to explore this language. December 9th or 11th in Rooms 225 & 226 from 3:30 to 4:30 we will be coding. Watch the short video to see the importance of this movement. Some classes will be participating in this program as well during the week. If your or your family can't attend, do it on your own at the following link: http://code.org/learn

Other Links:

If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Alquitran in Math or Mr. Mills - Technology Coordinator. 

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Parent – Teacher Conferences

Please mark your calendar for the third quarter parent, teacher, student conferences.

February 4, 2015

4:30 PM to 8 PM

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College Visits

The following college visits are coming up in the near future. Please note the dates and see Mrs. Knower in the Counseling office for a pass.

University of Wyoming 2/12/2015
University of Northern Colorado 2/12/2015
Mesa State  2/20/2015
Metrolpolitan State University Denver 3/5/2014
Ottawa University KS 3/17/2015

 

Cheerleader Kids Camp

February 14, 2015

1 PM to 7 PM

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Schedule Changes

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

  • Tuesday, 1/6/15 - 6:30 - 7:15 a.m.    &  3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
  • Thursday, 1/8/15   - 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.

 

Parent Informational Meeting

December 8, 2014
6:30 PM
Community Conference Room

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 Principal Fay will also discuss the following:

-Ways that parents and families can get involved at Rangeview High School

- Spring Assessments including ACT and PARCC

- Spring events and dates

-Standards based grading

Food and Beverages will be served.

Spotlight: Martial Arts Club

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Sponsor - Robin Allen

Martial Arts club is an opportunity for students to learn about martial arts and self defense and the club is designed to trade knowledge among students. The students will learn some basic forms for Tai Chi and Tae Kwon Do as well as some basic self defense from combat hapkido and FAST defense. NO prior knowledge or training of martial arts is necessary.

We will meet every other week either on a Wednesday or Friday from 3:30 – 4:30

Current schedule of meetings:

  • Wednesday, Dec. 3 - Guest instructor Master Eric Mayes : Combat Hapkido
  • Wednesday, Dec. 17 

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Girl Rising

“On Monday, November 24th, the annual Freshman Girls Field Trip for the film, Girl Rising will take place. On this day, all Freshman girls are to attend their 1st and 2nd Hour classes and will be dismissed at 8:40am to their buses through an announcement. Students will return to Rangeview at approximately 2pm, returning to their 6th Hour class.

 

Girl Rising is a ground breaking film which tells the stories of 9 extraordinary girls. It showcases the strength of the human spirit and the power of education to change the world. If you would like to watch a trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJsvklXhYaE.”

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Athletics Forms & Physicals Information – Winter Sports

Winter Sports Practice Begin November 12, 2014

2014-2015 Athletic Information

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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Additional Locations for physicals are listed below.

Sports Physicals

CMAS Testing for Seniors

CMAS Testing
November 11, 12, 13, 2014

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After reviewing our CMAS schedule and considering the impact of not having school for two days for our freshman, sophomores, and juniors, we have adjusted our CMAS testing schedule. Below is the  revised CMAS testing schedule.  There will be a senior class meeting this Friday, November 7th during 5th period. 

Important Notes:

  • This is a state mandated test and students are expected to take this test.
  • There will be a senior class meeting this Friday, November 7th during 5th.
  • Testing begins the second week of November rather than the first.
  • We only have one lunch period each day
  • Seniors will be required to attend all of their classes during the testing window
  • Students who attend CCA, Pickens Tech, or UCD will attend their classes as scheduled and will make-up their test as their schedule permits.
  • Bus schedules will not change
  • Students who attend classes at Rebound and Futures programs will test with those programs off-site

 

Seniors, in preparation for CMAS testing, please keep in mind the following:

  • - Arrive on time, leave yourself plenty of time to drive to school with snow in the forecast
  • -Get a good night's rest
  • - Eat a good breakfast
  • -Try your best on these assessments

CMAS Testing Schedule

9th - 10th - 11th Grade Students will start classes at 11:15 daily and are expected to attend. Students may arrive at 10:30 for lunch.

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