K-12 Art Show & Concert

Annual K-12 art show and concert March 2nd at Rye High School. This is a fundraiser for the art and music departments at Rye High School, we ask for $2 at the door. There will be artwork from students K-12, music played by Rye High band and Craver band, food provided by the cooking class and the Booster Club and PTO, and a silent auction with a lot of great student artwork. Please come and support the arts in the valley.

Greenhorn Valley Ski/Snowboard Trip February 24th

The next Greenhorn Valley ski/snowboard trip will be Friday, February 24th! All participants need to coordinate their own transportation to and from Monarch.  Drivers can meet at Rye High School at 5:30 AM on the morning of February 24th to ensure that we are checking in at Monarch by 8 amVehicles can just meet us there as well, but please make sure that you’re there before 8 am.  Family members and friends of all ages are welcome, so please spread the word.

To participate, please fill out the Monarch Mountain Waiver and Registration Forms found online at https://goo.gl/forms/BrdMdvmubhrs9vqd2  (Link found on Rye El., Rye High and/or Craver homepages.) Also, please return the D70 waiver for each participant, and the completed information form with a check (made out to Thunderbolt PTO) or cash for the appropriate amount by Wednesday, February 15th, to Angela Gernazio at Craver Middle, Maggie DiMatteo at Rye El. or Karen Hopkins at Rye High.  Thanks.

2.24.17 Ski info sheet

D70 Ski Club Waiver 2017(1)

Monarch Waiver Form

https://goo.gl/forms/BrdMdvmubhrs9vqd2

Athletic Event Pricing

Tickets for home games are as follows:

Adults: $5

Students (K-12) & Seniors $4

Rye High students with RHS ID card $2

Passes accepted: Rye High passes, CHSAA, CHSCA, Tri-Peaks.

Passes MUST be shown at the door.

 

College Credit and AP Course Information

Calculus (AP or community college)

http://www.collegeconfidential.com/dean/calculus-at-community-college-or-ap-calc-at-high-school/

(Be sure to read some of the related articles as well—there are many good ones on this site, especially in regards the importance of a student “challenging or pushing themselves”)

GPA vs. Learning

http://www.collegeconfidential.com/dean/a-sbs-in-aps-vs-all-as-in-standard-classes/

Conversation about National AP Scholar Distinction between motivated students

http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/ap-tests-preparation/471315-how-many-kids-actually-get-national-ap-scholar.html