Evening Activities Cancelled – February 6, 2019

Due to weather conditions, all APS after-school athletics and activities have been cancelled this evening, Feb. 6. Schools will dismiss at their normal times.  Please note: After-school childcare programs and facility rentals at school sites will be open as normal. Evening classes at Pickens Technical College will also proceed as normal.

Thank you for your support and have a safe evening.

Science Fair 2019

The Science Department was excited to present the RHS Science Fair. The top 15 students from the Classroom Science Fair advanced to the RHS Science Fair  Tuesday, January 8, 2019, from 7:30am-4pm. Judging occurred from 9:30am-1: 30 pm. Pictures from the event are below. The top students are moving on to the next level at the Denver Metro Regional Science and Engineering Fair held at UC-Denver Feb 15-17, 2019

Below are pictures from the Regional Science Fair!

Video by: Irl  Paulallengan & Norbert Espinell Albaladejo

Black Education Impact Conference 2019

The Black Education Impact Conference, an event designed to bring attention to Colorado’s educational culture gap and to encourage group and individual ownership of our youth’s education and development. Colorado youth from a variety of high schools including Rangeview, were in attendance, as well as parents and community members.

The conference provided an opportunity for interaction and discussion to:

  • Elevate proven best practices associated with enhancing Colorado’s African American/Black youth’s educational experiences
  • Build a network of support for our youth’s success
  • Engage students, families, educators, and administrators
  • Expose the black community to scholarship and funding resources


National School Counselors Week

February 4th through 8th is National School Counselors Week.  We at Rangeview are so appreciative of our Counselors and the positive difference they make for the staff and families of Rangeview. Thank you!

APS Board Approves 2019-20 and 2020-21 District Conventional Calendars

APS is pleased to release the 2019-20 and 2020-21 district conventional calendars.

In fall 2018, APS convened a Calendar Committee that included staff, parents and school leaders. At the Jan. 8 APS Board of Education meeting, the committee recommended calendars that are responsive to supporting student achievement.

The Board approved both calendars at the Jan. 22 meeting. Below are a few highlights for the 2019-20 school year.

  • First Days of School: Students in grades 1-12 will have a simultaneous start on Aug. 6. As we have done in the past, preschool and kindergarten students will start school the following week on Aug. 12.
  • Full-Day Professional Release: APS eliminated the half-day student early release to ensure uninterrupted learning. There are now five full professional release days held Sept. 27, Oct. 21, Dec. 6, Jan. 6 and Feb. 28, in addition to the district in-service day on Jan. 31.
  • Fall Break: APS will continue to have a full-week Fall Break held Oct. 14-18 with Oct. 11 and 21 slated as student non-contact days. It occurs at the end of first quarter to ensure uninterrupted learning.
  • Thanksgiving Break: APS will maintain a three-day Thanksgiving Break for students. It will be held Nov. 28-29 with Nov. 27 slated as a student non-contact day.
  • Winter Break: APS will continue to hold Winter Break at the end of December and the beginning of January. It will be held Dec. 23 through Jan. 3 with Dec. 20 and Jan. 6 slated as student non-contact days.
  • Spring Break: APS moved Spring Break from the last week of March to the third week of March. It will be held March 16-20.

Adjustments, such as the first days of school, were made to the 2020-21 district conventional calendar to accommodate for the leap year.

Please visit to view the calendars, noting that individual school calendars may vary. Parents are encouraged to check with their child’s school for specific calendar information.