- Wednesday, Dec. 11th, Talent Show @ 12pm
- Thursday, Dec. 12th, G&B Basketball @ Custer County 5pm
- Saturday, December 14th, Wrestling @ Limon 9am, B&G Basketball vs. Peyton 12pm
- Monday & Tuesday, Dec. 16th & 17th, 1st Semester Finals for all Students
- Wednesday & Thursday, Dec. 18th & 19th, Early Release for grades/attendance
- Thursday, Dec. 19th, B&G Basketball vs. Hoehne 4pm, End of 1st Semester
- Friday, Dec. 20th, B&G Basketball @ Swink 4pm
- Saturday, Dec. 21st, Wrestling @ LaVeta 9am
Winter Break, December 20th – January 5th
High School Students, register now for the Educating Children of Color Summit to be held at Colorado College on 1-11-14 from 8 to 5. The Summit is a fun and inspiring way to learn about college and career opportunities and…to win scholarships and laptops. Over the course of the last 6 years we have awarded $61,000 in scholarship money and 56 laptops to students in attendance at the event. High School youth of every color are invited and attendance is free, but you must register by 12-15-13.
Juniors and Seniors, scholarship opportunities have been posted online, and only 4 people have indicated an interest! There are 6 opportunities to win scholarships on line, but the deadline of 12-15-13 is fast approaching. In addition to the scholarships posted on-line, we will be giving away $500 educational gifts throughout the day of the Summit.
This is also your chance to audition to be in the closing ceremony! Attend “Empowering Youth Through Dance” and experience Hip Hop with Suave’, founder of HipHopConnXion HQ in Chicago. Wear your gym shoes! If this is your first dance experience, don’t be intimidated, the session will begin with an introduction to Hip Hop fundamentals. All participants are auditioning to perform in the closing ceremony at the Summit. Suave is the Founder, Executive Director Nationwide, and Co‐Artistic
Director of HHC HQ.
For registration and to summit your scholarship applications go to: www.educatingchildrenofcolor.org
District and individual school accountability information can be found on the Department of Education’s website at: http://www.schoolview.org and on District 70′s website at: http://www.district70.org
Rye High School, a grades nine through twelve school, is nestled in the foothills of the Greenhorn Mountains. This year, Rye High School is home to 225 students. For our students, we proudly offer a variety of extracurricular activities as well as a superior educational program. In fact, Rye High is one of the few high schools throughout the state of Colorado to receive a “performance” rating on the state accountability report.
Rye High School Mission and Priority
The mission of the Rye High School (RHS) community, which includes building administration, staff, students, and parents, is to provide a positive learning environment that features high academic expectations, respect, safety, and discipline.
The priority of the Rye High School community is to insure that our students are provided with a challenging academic course of study, quality extra-curricular programs, and a physical location that offers a safe, secure, pleasant learning environment.