April 28th : ACT Testing Day Information and Schedule
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2015 Rangeview High School Graduation
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Tuesday April 28, 2015
All RHS offices will be closed from 7:00 AM to 11:30 AM for Classified Staff training. That is ACT Test day and only 11th grade students will be in the building during that time. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Please refer to the ACT schedule for April 28th and 29th.
April 28th : ACT Testing Day Information and Schedule
The ACT statewide testing day is April 28th . Juniors across the state will take this test. The state uses this test to measure how schools are performing and colleges across the country use the test results as part of the admissions process for students. It is important to do your best!
ONLY Juniors should be on campus from 7:30-12:00 on April 28, 2015. A modified schedule for all grade levels will begin at 12:45.
Prior to testing, Juniors need to complete an answer folder. This will be done in English classes the 1st and 2nd week of April. Students who did not fill in an answer folder need to see Mrs. Shamburg or Mr. Cooley in the main office.
Students should arrive at school at 7:30 a.m. Seating will begin at 8:00 a.m. ONCE TESTING BEGINS, THERE ARE NO LATE ADMISSIONS.
Items to remember:
Do your best and feel free to write in the book. Eliminate wrong answers and pick from the remaining. You will not be penalized for guessing.
The schedule for testing is:
Bell Schedule April 28- Aprl 29
2nd Period (65)
1st Period (75)
3rd Period (65)
7th Period (76)
Parent volunteers needed for After Prom. Times are 12:30 AM to 4 AM on May 3rd. The location is at Dave and Buster's on Colorado Blvd. and Buchtel. If you are interested, please fill out the form below and you will be contacted. Thank you in advance for your assistance.
With the sound of voices filling the Professional Learning and Conference Center, the male student of Rangeview High Schools Freshman class embarked on an eye opening experience that many students describe as “life changing.”
“Man Up is one of the most destructive phrases in this culture” said Former NFL player Joe Ehrmann in the documentary as he talked about the struggles of young men during this day and age.
The Man Up event was held on April 23, 2015 and the nearly 300 male students to redefine what it means to ‘Man Up.’ While at this events students heard a keynote from Superintendent Rico Munn before watching excerpts of the documentary “The Mask You Live In.” Munn spoke on being able to define manhood personally. He then explained that students first must answer two questions: where are you going? and whose going with you? He wanted to give students to understand that masculinity must be redefined and the individuality of each student must shine through.
“The purpose of this is to redefine what ‘Man up’ means, students need to know what it means to be an upstanding man” said Social Studies teacher Ryan Sladek.
After watching excerpts of the documentary students engaged in discussions about their beliefs, attitudes, and perceptions about the content of the film and their own experiences with defining their masculinity. After the film ended students had the opportunity to provide feedback about what they had experienced.
One student proclaimed to all in attendance “We have to try and change this generation.”
The success of this event was evident and student, administrators, teachers and parents have been singing its praises. Rangeview plans to make this an annual event, and be able to model this event for other schools.
Congratulations to Rangeview’s FBLA chapter for their hard work and earned success at the Colorado State Leadership Conference. Of the 24 students who qualified to compete at the state level, nine students placed first in their events and six students placed fourth. Ten students are national qualifiers and are invited to compete this summer in Chicago at the National Leadership Conference. Congratulations to the following students:
First place winners:
Elvis Ahn, Mikias Negussie, Raymond Simanjuntak placing first in the Marketing competition
Heaven Irwin, Sierra Miller, and Maria Flores placing first in the Business Ethics competition
Abel Negussie, Brayan Melendez, and Jorion Marshall placing first in the Social Media Campaign competition
Fourth place winners:
Esther Nyugen, Miriam Nsubuga, Tzigane Martin, Cassie Kochman, and Cynthia Corral placing fourth in Parliamentary Procedure
Andres Marquez placing first in Intro to Parliamentary Procedure
Also, congratulations to Alex Tizon who ran and was elected as the FBLA State Vice President representing District 10.
The NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing honors young women who are active and interested in computing and technology, and encourages them to pursue their passions. This multi-tiered competition includes recognition at the national level (sponsored by Bank of America) and at the local level (sponsored by Microsoft), serving 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Savannah Clemente is a state runner-up for this award in 2015. She was honored at a banquet on the University of Colorado campus April 26, 2015. Her biography from the evening's program: Savannah is a senior at Rangeview High School who is excited about attending Buena Vista University in Iowa this fall. The courses she will be taking are Psychology, Computer Science, and Criminology to assist in her goal to be with the FBI. In addition to her studies she will also be playing soccer for the college. With her father being in IT, she grew upbeing interested in computers. During her freshman year she joined Rangeview's CyberPatriot team where she was the only girl with 25 boys. During her first two years the competed nationally and her junior year they went to Nationals in Washington D.C. where they placed 5th out of over 1500 teams. Savannah is excited to start college with the skills and knowledge she gained from Mr. Mills and the other teachers she has had at Rangeview.