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1 Rampart High School Newsletter 8250 Lexington Drive, Colorado Springs, CO Pete Alvarez, Principal (719) November 2015 I would like to thank all of the athletes, coaches, volunteers, and fans who came out to support our fall sports programs. The quality of our program is built on our positive community spirit and support for Rampart Athletics. The fall athletic season has been a good one for the Rams. In boys tennis, Brandon Bloom finished second in the regional moving on to the state tournament in #3 singles. As a team, the boys finished 3 rd overall in their region. The boys and girls cross country teams both qualified for the state championship run on October 31 st. The boys won the 5A Colorado Metro League Championship the week prior to finishing 2 nd at regionals. The girls had come into regional race ranked as the 7 th place team but were able to run very well finishing 4 th. Both teams will be looking forward to some of their best performances of the year at state. The volleyball team continues to improve and although they are a very young squad they were able to grab a share of the 5A Colorado Metro League Championship by defeating Pine Creek in their last league match. Rampart s boys soccer continues their impressive season by hosting and winning their first playoff game in several years. The Rams finished the regular season with an impressive mark and are hoping for a deep run in the playoffs. The Ram Football team continues to work hard and get better every season. The Rampart Drama department, under the direction of Amy Rowles, will perform A Spare Me on November 6 th and 7 th at 7:00 p.m. This month we have a variety of events happening at Rampart. We will hold our Veteran s Day assembly on Wednesday, November 11 th. We will start our day with a short assembly followed by a variety of activities happening in classes during the day. Our annual Holiday Craft Bazaar will be held Saturday, November 21 st from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. We only have six weeks left in the first semester. Please take the time to monitor your student s grades as we enter this crucial time. On behalf of the entire staff at Rampart High School, we would like to wish a Happy Thanksgiving to all of our students and their families. It is a time we hope you fill with the riches of family, food, warmth, and treasured moments together. Sincerely, Pete Alvarez THE MISSION OF RAMPART HIGH SCHOOL Rampart High School, an inclusive learning community dedicated to excellence and growth, prepares and empowers students to be leaders through the exploration of and engagement in rigorous and innovative educational and extra-curricular experiences that cultivate character in a respectful and safe environment.. Dear Parents & Students, Spring 2011

2 FOR THE MOST UP TO DATE CALENDAR EVENTS PLEASE SEE THE MASTER CALENDAR ON THE FRONT PAGE OF RAMPART S WEBSITE November 3 November 5 November 6 November 6 & 7 November 10 November 11 November 12 November 13 November 14 November 16 November 17 November 18 November 19 November 21 November November 30 MYP 10 th grade Personal Project workday (LMC) Key Club meeting: 3:00-3:45pm (room 116) NHS meeting: 7:25am (Aud) FBLA general interest meeting: 2:55 3:25pm (room 232) IB DP Study Day (LMC) Fall Play A Spare Me : 7:00pm (Aud) Rampart Parent Organization mtg: 1:00pm (Marco s Pizza) Fall Band Concert: 6:30pm (Aud) Veteran s Day Thespian meeting: 7:15am (Aud) Winter Sports Begin Multicultural Lecture Series: both lunches (LMC) Multicultural Show rehearsal: 3:00-5:00pm (Aud) DP Ice Skating night: 6:00-8:00pm (Sertich) GameCon: 8:30am 4:30pm IB Parent Group meeting: 12:30-1:30pm (TWA) Choir rehearsal: 3:00-5:00pm (Aud) School Accountability Committee meeting: 4:30pm FBLA Social/District Event sign up: 5:30-7:00pm Choir rehearsal: 3:00-5:00pm (Aud) DECA Camp: 4:00-7:00pm (commons) Fall Choir Concert: 6:00-8:00pm (Aud) D20 NCAA Night: 6:30pm (Liberty High School) PLC Wednesday Students dismissed at 12:00pm Multicultural Show rehearsal: 3:00-5:00pm (Aud) DP Juniors Exhibit Evening: 6-7:30pm (Aud) NHS meeting: 7:25am (Aud) Multicultural Show: 6:30-8:30pm (Aud) Rampart Holiday Craft Bazaar: 9:00am-4:00pm Thanksgiving Break NO SCHOOL Ramantics auditions

3 MYP WORK DAY NOVEMBER 3 ALL DAY Personal Project Work Day for the MYP 10th graders will be Tuesday, November 3, all day in the LMC. Personal Project students will be excused from their classes and should prepare in advance to make up any classwork. If parents would like to donate a snack (granola bars, apple slices, veggies, cookies, crackers, or candy) to fuel the MYP students during Work Day, please bring your donation into the IB office (room 104) any time before November 3, between 7:00am and 3:30pm. Thank you for your support. IB SOPHOMORE PARENT/STUDENT INFORMATION NIGHT There will be a meeting for parents and students interested in learning about Rampart s IB Diploma Program for Juniors and Seniors. The meeting will be held on December 1, from 7-8:00pm in the main auditorium. If your sophomore is interested in continuing their education in the IB program, this meeting is for you and your student. PERSONAL PROJECT EXHIBITION December is fast approaching and you know what that means It is time for the MYP sophomores to show off what they have been working on for the past 9 months. There will be an evening exhibition on December 10, from 5 7:00pm, throughout Rampart s Commons, Library, Auditorium and possibly a few classrooms. On December 11, the times will be from 8:30 10:30am. Please come and see what great things they have accomplished in their Personal Projects. DP STUDY DAY DP Study Day will be Friday, November 6, all day in the LMC. DP students will be excused from their classes and should prepare in advance to have school work complete. If parents would like to donate a snack (granola bars, apple slices, veggies, cookies, crackers, or candy) to fuel the students during Work Day, please bring your donation into the IB office (room 104) any time before November 3, between 7:00am and 3:30pm. Thank you for your support. ICE SKATING NIGHT DP students are going to have a fun night of slip-sliding away at Sertich Ice Rink. The evening will begin at 6:00pm and end at 8:00pm. We hope all the DP Junior s and Senior s will come out for an exciting night of skating and show off your dance moves on the ice! IB PARENT GROUP MEETING There will be an IB Parent Group Meeting on November 16, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in the Tech Wing Auditorium. Please try to join us for this innovative day time meeting. DP GROUP 4 EXHIBIT EVENING The DP Juniors will be showcasing their science project that they have been working very diligently on. This event will take place on November 18, from 6:00 to 7:30pm in the main auditorium.

4 At the Colorado Student Media Association s Journalism Day conference and state competition, both KRAM and Yearbook did very well. Over 1300 students from 100 different schools attended. Yearbook received an Award of Commendation in the All-Colorado Rating and Critique, and KRAM received an All-Colorado Rating in the same critique (this is the highest award a student journalism program can achieve in Colorado). Congratulations to the KRAM students, because this is the first time that any video media has earned the All- Colorado award except for D20TV since the competition s inception 6 years ago. KRAM also received 2 nd place in the Best of Show competition this year. In the Know with RPO Rampart Parent Organization November Update Due to room scheduling conflicts, we will hold our next RPO meeting at Marco s Pizza at Briargate in their community room. Come early and grab a bite of lunch or join us at the regularly scheduled meeting time. Tuesday, November 10 th from 1:00 2:30 PM Marco s Pizza at Briargate, Community Room 9240 Briar Village Point, Suite 170 How Can You Keep Our Kids Safe & Sober on Prom Night? Prom is one of the biggest, most memorable evenings of the year for our students. It can also be one of the most dangerous and regrettable. Statistics indicate that on a typical Prom weekend: 48 American teenagers are killed in vehicles 5,202 are injured 40% of the deaths are alcohol-related (Source: U.S. Dept. of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 2005) After Prom is an event that our students look forward to and have enjoyed immensely for the past 19 years. Last year over 550 Rampart students attended this event at The Brunswick Zone. You have the power to make a positive impact on the lives of Rampart High School students. Watch 20Alert for upcoming meeting reminders. Contact Lily Lauer or Laurie Uddenberg our After Prom Co-chairs, for more information. Craft Bazaar: Mark your calendars: ~Next committee meeting - November p.m. in the main office conference room. ~Set-Up- Friday, November 20th from Noon to 9:00 p.m. ~Craft Bazaar Day - Saturday, November 21st from 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. * Watch for a 20Alert for information on volunteer sign up. Co-Chairs Joy Fleishhacker & Laurie Uddenberg

5 All Proceeds go to RPO for teacher grant requests and school needs Bald for Bucks is just around the corner! Last year s assembly raised over $33,000 placing Rampart 5 th in the nation, out of more than 27,000 schools. Proceeds benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. This year s assembly will be February 26, If you would like more information, please contact Mr. Andersen at Students who are interested in joining FBLA should attend an informational meeting after school on Thursday, November 5th in room 232 from 2:55-3:25. The deadline to join is Wednesday, November 11. Dues to join are $50. Questions should be directed to Mrs. Kellar at Donation of $1 at the door. Wide variety of music and styles!

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