For Rangeview to be the kind of place where 2,200 students and a couple of hundred staff members can get along safely and happily, it is important for all people to understand what is expected of them. It is equally important for people to understand the consequences of not living up to those expectations. We recommend that you know your rights, but we also urge you to know your responsibilities as a student at Rangeview High School. All of the rules and expectations in the student handbook can be summarized in five words, "DO RIGHT AND BE NICE." If in doubt about what you think you have a right to do, we suggest you don’t do it.
The Aurora Public School Board of Education has adopted a philosophy statement on student discipline and shared responsibilities. Students and parents are expected to read and adhere to these conduct codes, giving special attention to policy ADH, ADHA, JK Student Discipline, JKD/JKE Student Suspension and Expulsion and JICI Weapons. These policies are detailed in the Rangeview High School Student-Parent Handbook and Safe Schools Policy and Regulations handbooks. It is our expectation that students will demonstrate “school appropriate behavior” whenever they are on school property, during school hours, on the way to or from school and at any school-sponsored activity wherever it might occur. The school will respond to a student’s behavior no matter WHERE OR WHEN it occurs if detrimental to the health, safety or welfare of other students or staff, or if it interferes with the school’s ability to educate other students, or to provide a safe and secure environment on campus for all students, staff and visitors.
The Rangeview Student Handbook has important information on every aspect of life at Rangeview. Students and parents should be familiar with the information contained in the document. If you have any questions regrading the Student Handbook, please contact a member of the RHS Administrative Team.