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    Polar Plunge

    December 4th, 2017

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    This week at Rye High

    December 4th, 2017

    Christmas Spirit Week

    Monday, December 11th, Christmas PJ’s

    Tuesday, December 12th, Too Festive Tuesday – Ugly Sweaters & Vests, Astronomy Class Field trip to Denver Museum of Nature & Science

    Wednesday, December 13th, Winter Wonderland – White & Blue, Winter Concert 7pm

    Thursday, December 14th, Freshmen – Presents, Sophomores – Christmas Trees, Juniors – Elves, Seniors – Santa & Mrs. Claus, Knowledge Bowl at Central High 3:15pm

    Friday, December 15th, Basketball @ Lamar 4pm

    Saturday, December 16th, Wrestling at John Mall 9am

    Next week is Finals Week

    TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2017

    5th hour: 7:30 – 8:15 (45 minutes to study/review/prepare)

    2nd  hour: 8:20 – 9:50 (90 minute final)

    4th hour: 10:00 – 11:30 (90 minute final)

    LUNCH: 11:30 – 12:15

    6th hour: 12:20 – 1:50 (90 minute final)

    8th hour: 2:00 – 3:30 (90 minute final)

    WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2017

    5th hour: 7:30 – 8:30 (60 minutes to study/review/prepare)

    1st hour: 8:35 – 10:05 (90 minute final)

    3rd hour: 10:15 – 11:45 (90 minute final)

    LUNCH: 11:45 – 12:30

    7th hour: 12:35 – 2:05 (90 minute final)

    5th hour: 2:10 – 3:30 (80 minutes to celebrate)

    THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2017

     Make –up day for students if needed. There will be no buses.

     

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    College Opportunities for High School Students

    October 17th, 2017

    PUEBLO COMMUNITY COLLEGE/Colorado State University – Pueblo

    COLLEGE OPPORTUNITIES FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

    Dear Student: As a Pueblo County District 70 high school junior or senior, you can enjoy privileges and advantages of being in both high school and college. Concurrent enrollment students have the opportunity to take college courses at Pueblo Community College (PCC) and Colorado State University – Pueblo (CSU-Pueblo), which count toward your high school graduation elective requirements, and a college degree or certificate.

    What you need to do if you are interested in attending PCC:

    • Contact your high school counselor.
    • Apply for admission to PCC online at: pueblocc.edu. Print a copy of the acceptance letter for your records and one for the high school. Make sure you copy down your “S” number.
    • Take the ACCUPLACER test at PCC, call – 549-3091 for information about dates and times. You will need to take your school ID or License and your “S” number from your PCC application. Scores will determine which classes you are eligible to enroll in. For SPRING 2018 classes, the ACCUPLACER needs to be completed by November 8, 2017.
    • Apply for the College Opportunity Fund (COF) at cof.college-assist.org, click on the “Apply Now” button. Print a copy of the COF verification sheet for your application and the high school. Please remember to write down your unique user name and password that you get to choose.
    • Complete and submit a “Student and Parent Agreement Form”.
    • Complete and submit a “Statewide Agreement Form”.
    • Submit a copy of your most recent high school transcript and your ICAP (Individual Career/Academic Plan) from your Naviance account.
    • Attend an advising session with a representative from PCC.
    • PCC First –Time Early College (part time or full time) Informational Session: Wednesday, November 8, 2017 starting at 8:30am at Rye HS.
    • Turn in your completed application packet to your high school counselor by Thursday, November 30, 2017.
    • Attend an orientation at PCC to ensure student success.

    What you need to do if you are interested in attending CSU-Pueblo:

    • Contact your high school counselor.
    • List of course offerings is on CSU-Pueblo’s website.   csupueblo.edu, click on “Quick Links”, under “Academics”, click on “Course Offerings”
    • Complete the “Concurrent Enrollment Request Form” 3 pages
    • Apply for the College Opportunity Fund (COF) at cof.college-assist.org, click on the “Apply Now” button. Print a copy of the COF verification sheet for your application and the high school. Please remember to write down your unique user name and password that you get to choose.
    • Submit a copy of your most recent high school transcript and your ICAP (Individual Career/Academic Plan)
    • Submit Accuplacer or ACT test scores if needed.
    • Turn in your completed application packet to your high school counselor by Thursday, November 30, 2017.

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    2017-18 Bus Routes

    August 8th, 2017

    Please click on the link below to access bus information for the 2017-2018 school year.

    Please contact First Student at 544-7589 with any questions.

    http://www.district70.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=109435&type=d&termREC_ID=&pREC_ID=217132

     

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    Sports Forms

    July 26th, 2017

    Click on the link below for a printable D70 Physical form.

    D70-Physical-Form

    Student Accident Coverage form

    Student Accident Insurance

    2017-2018 Athletic Handbook

    2017-18 HS ParentAthlete Handbook

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    Athletic Event Pricing

    September 1st, 2016

    Tickets for home games are as follows:

    Adults: $5

    Students (K-12) & Seniors $4

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

    Passes MUST be shown at the door.

     

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    Colorado Measures of Academic Success

    September 14th, 2015

    Check out this link to see what the Colorado Department of Education  has to say about “What to expect for this school year”.

    http://www.cde.state.co.us/communications/cmasfactsheet

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    College Credit and AP Course Information

    April 6th, 2015

    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

     

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