Tuesday – English IV Field Trip to Centers for American Values
Thursday – Knowledge Bowl 2pm
Friday – Basketball vs. Rocky Ford 3pm (C Team Girls @ 3pm, followed by both JV’s @ 4pm)
Saturday – Wrestling @ Center 9am, Basketball @ Hoehne 1pm (C Team Boys @ 1pm, followed by both JV’s @ 2pm
Winter Sports Week
Monday – Hat/Hair Day, Dodgeball @ Lunch
Tuesday – NCAA Day, Hula Hoop @ Lunch, Basketball vs. Fowler 4pm
Wednesday – Disney Day, Square Stuff @ Lunch, Wrestling @ PCHS
Thursday – Throwback/Rye Day, Capture the Flag @ Lunch, Band @ CSU-P, Winter Sports Assembly
Friday – Band @ CSU-P, Basketball vs. Rocky Ford 4pm – Winter Royalty Presentation @ Half Time of Boys Varsity Game
Saturday – Band @ CSU-P, Winter Sports Dance 8-11pm @ RHS ($8 Singles or $10 Couple)
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.