Because we will continue a remote learning setting, we have rescheduled Lifetouch picture dates for students who would still like to receive a 2020-21 ID and families who would like to purchase pictures. The rescheduled dates are Friday, October 30th and Friday, November 6th. Lifetouch will be at Rangeview from 8:00am to 2:00pm both days. Please enter through the Athletic Entrance. Please refer to documents below for full details.
Freshmen parents/guardians - Please check your emails for more information about a great opportunity for freshmen called College Track!
College Track offers
Seniors and Parents,
Next Thursday 10/29 we will be hosting a Virtual Financial Aid Night from 3:30 to 6:00.
If you have NOT yet completed your FAFSA, you should attend this event to get information and assistance.
If you HAVE completed your FAFSA, drop in to get assistance on how to read the results.
There will be a presentation in English and one in Spanish, both starting at 3:30 pm.
English Link: meet.google.com/gbb-
Spanish Link: meet.google.com/kmk-
See attached flyer for more information.
Congratulations on making it to your Senior year of high school! Our graduation team at Herff Jones has requested for you to fill out your cap & gown reservation form, through the link below. This form will ask you for your height/weight, which is used to size your gown, and to ensure that you look your best on graduation day. Please complete this form no later than 10-15-2020.
**PLEASE NOTE: Filling out this form DOES NOT mean that you have ordered your cap & gown. It is simply a reservation for your cap & gown. You will still need to pay for your cap & gown either online, through the mail or with Herff Jones in-person. You will be receiving information to do so very soon! Thank you, Seniors!
This is your year! Let’s make it a great one! https://herff.ly/contactinfo
As we shared with you last week, we continue to regularly review health data and make decisions that are in the best interest of students, staff and families.
Community transmission of COVID-19 continues to increase as high school students were set to return to in-person learning this week. Considering high school students have not yet started in-person learning, we have made the difficult decision to delay the start of in-person learning for high school students.
High school students will now continue to learn fully remotely from home for their next 20-day session, which lasts through Friday, November 13. We plan to make a decision about the following 20-day session by Monday, November 9. If there is a transition to in-person learning for high school students, it would start on Monday, November 16.
Please note that high school students who are currently learning in person because of their specialized learning needs will continue to be provided with those in-person learning opportunities. This includes students with special needs, newcomer students who are in early stages of English language development and Career & Technical education students at Pickens Technical College.
Under CHSSA guidance, off-season athletic workouts for high school students will be held as scheduled. Clubs and Activities will continue to be provided remotely.
High school staff will continue to work in-person from our buildings on Mondays-Thursdays in order to prepare for a potential transition back to in-person learning.
While high school students are learning remotely, please remember that families can pick up free meals from any of APS’ Grab and Go locations.
Students in grades preschool through eighth grade began in-person learning last week. We are planning to make a decision by Thursday, October 22 about whether students in grades preschool through eighth grade will need to transition back to fully remote learning.
We continue to work closely with the Tri-County Health Department. We are committed to providing as much in-person learning as is safely possible throughout our district. Once again, I sincerely thank you for your continued flexibility, grace and support.
- Superintendent Rico Munn
Welcome Back to School!!!! Wishing you the best for the 20/21 school year!!
I missed you!!! Please come see me at Mrachek or Global Village East Mon – Fri from 10:45am to 1130am or at Rangeview HS from 4:45pm to 5:30pm!!! I will be there for you to pick up a meal bag that has a Breakfast, Lunch, and Snack in it.
Hope to see you all there!!!!
Ms Johnson – RHS Kitchen Manager
Now you can connect to the Internet at home - for school, work, communicating with others and so much more.
To qualify for Low Cost Internet service and a low-cost computer, your household must meet all these criteria:
Lifeline Services from CenturyLink: On a limited income? You can save money with Lifeline services from CenturyLink. This government assistance program can help you save on your monthly local phone service or qualifying broadband service. Lifeline provides a discount of $9.25 on monthly service for qualified subscribers. For information on Lifeline discounts for broadband service view the CenturyLink Lifeline Overview.
Free Public Hotspots: In addition, you can access the internet through Comcast public hotspots for free. Follow this link https://wifi.xfinity.com/ to locate a Comcast hotspot near you. Once near a hotspot, connect to “xfinitywifi”
This past weekend Interact Club ran a book drive and we had twenty-four students (all masked and socially distant) collecting, disinfecting, sorting and building a library of over 1000 books. We had a steady stream of community members donating and were pleased to have the Rotary Club's support. Our students made us Rangeview proud. Barmen Curtis Basham, Linda Witulski and Mrs. Napue gave their time and support. Thank you to everyone who donated. We are going to use the books to stock book boxes we are building and giving homes in the Rangeview community and connecting with some feeder elementary and middle schools to give out books in the upcoming month.