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Week of December 10

Attention National Honor Society members. Our next member meeting will be Wednesday, December 12th at lunch in the multi-purpose room.

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GIRLS SWIM/DIVING TEAM PHOTOS - DEC 17 AT 3:30 @ MULBERRY POOL. Athletes must have suit, completed photo packet and payment at time of photo shoot.

GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM PHOTOS - DEC 19 AT 6:00 PM   Athletes must have uniform, completed photo packet and payment at time of photo shoot.

Girl's Lacrosse Free Beginner's clinic

Who: Any high school aged girl who wishes to try a new sport or if you are a beginner and would like to go over the basics again!

What: Free indoor lacrosse clinic given by the Lobos coaches and varsity players

Where: Small gym at Rocky Mountain high school

When: December 4th and December 11th from 530-630pm

Details:

-We have equipment to borrow, please bring indoor athletic shoes, a mouthguard and a water bottle

-This is a great opportunity to try a new sport and see if you want to come out for the team in the Spring!

Please sign up on the following link if you would like to participate:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfdBb322p_TSaGXBAGQc70vuKQwgrjL5Hk8YrONTaTATxq4ww/viewform

 

Week of December 3

BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM PHOTOS TODAY @ 3:00 PM

Athlete must have uniform, completed picture packet and payment at time of photo shoot today in the main gym.

Girl's Lacrosse Free Beginner's clinic

Who: Any high school aged girl who wishes to try a new sport or if you are a beginner and would like to go over the basics again!

What: Free indoor lacrosse clinic given by the Lobos coaches and varsity players

Where: Small gym at Rocky Mountain high school

When: December 4th and December 11th from 530-630pm

Details:

-We have equipment to borrow, please bring indoor athletic shoes, a mouthguard and a water bottle

-This is a great opportunity to try a new sport and see if you want to come out for the team in the Spring!

Please sign up on the following link if you would like to participate:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfdBb322p_TSaGXBAGQc70vuKQwgrjL5Hk8YrONTaTATxq4ww/viewform

 

Week of November 26

2019 ROCKY GIRLS SOCCER PRE SEASON MEETING – NOV. 28

Girls interested in playing soccer for soccer for Rocky should plan to attend a mandatory

Pre-season Meeting Wednesday, November 28, 2018, 7-8pm in the Rocky Media Center

We will be discussing the calendar of pre-season activities, including indoor soccer sign-ups, the format for drop-ins, conditioning camp, and try-outs.

For more info, contact Coach Ron Clark rclark@psdschools.org

WRESTLING TEAM PHOTOS - NOV. 30 (FRIDAY)

Wrestling team photos will take place at 3:00 pm this Friday.  Athletes must have their uniform, completed picture packet and payment at time of photo shoot.

Girl's Lacrosse Free Beginner's clinic

Who: Any high school aged girl who wishes to try a new sport or if you are a beginner and would like to go over the basics again!

What: Free indoor lacrosse clinic given by the Lobos coaches and varsity players

Where: Small gym at Rocky Mountain high school

When: December 4th and December 11th from 530-630pm

Details:

-We have equipment to borrow, please bring indoor athletic shoes, a mouthguard and a water bottle

-This is a great opportunity to try a new sport and see if you want to come out for the team in the Spring!

Please sign up on the following link if you would like to participate:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfdBb322p_TSaGXBAGQc70vuKQwgrjL5Hk8YrONTaTATxq4ww/viewform

Week of November 19

WINTER SPORTS ATHLETE/PARENT MEETINGS:

Girls Swim/Diving - Monday, Nov. 19 at 6:00 pm in Room 606

GIRLS BASKETBALL FUNDRAISER - BUTTER BRAIDS!

The girls basketball team is selling Butter Braids beginning Nov 15 until Nov. 20.  To order one, see one of the girls basketball team members.

WRESTLING TEAM FUNDRAISER/SPIRIT NIGHT AT RED ROBIN - NOV. 19

You are invited to attend the Rocky Mountain HS Wrestling Team Spirit Night at Red Robin!

Join us on Monday, November 19th at Red Robin - 701 E Harmony Rd. 20% of our fundraising sales will go back to RMHS Wrestling.  So the more people who attend, the more money we will earn. We’ll see you there! Be sure to print out the below coupon and bring it so the monies get

applied to our fundraiser.

 

2019 ROCKY GIRLS SOCCER PRE SEASON MEETING – NOV. 28

Girls interested in playing soccer for soccer for Rocky should plan to attend a mandatory

Pre-season Meeting Wednesday, November 28, 2018, 7-8pm in the Rocky Media Center

We will be discussing the calendar of pre-season activities, including indoor soccer sign-ups, the format for drop-ins, conditioning camp, and try-outs.

For more info, contact Coach Ron Clark rclark@psdschools.org

FALL ATHLETIC FEEDBACK SURVEYS – Please complete by Nov. 20

Parents of fall athletes – click on the following link to complete the survey:  http://bit.ly/PARENT2018FALLsurvey

Fall athletes – click on the following link to complete the survey:  http://bit.ly/FALL2018athleteSURVEY

Girl's Lacrosse Free Beginner's clinic

Who: Any high school aged girl who wishes to try a new sport or if you are a beginner and would like to go over the basics again!

What: Free indoor lacrosse clinic given by the Lobos coaches and varsity players

Where: Small gym at Rocky Mountain high school

When: December 4th and December 11th from 530-630pm

Details:

-We have equipment to borrow, please bring indoor athletic shoes, a mouthguard and a water bottle

-This is a great opportunity to try a new sport and see if you want to come out for the team in the Spring!

Please sign up on the following link if you would like to participate:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfdBb322p_TSaGXBAGQc70vuKQwgrjL5Hk8YrONTaTATxq4ww/viewform

 

Week of November 12

WINTER SPORTS OFFICIALLY BEGIN…. Nov. 12!!  Lot’s of preseason information for all programs can be found below and at https://rockyathletics.org.  Orange “Permit to Practice” cards required by Nov. 12!

Please visit https://poudreathletics.sportngin.com/register/form/125760177 for permit process and required fees.

Winter Sports Info….

Boys basketball November skills/tryout/practice calendar can be found at: https://www.rockyathletics.org/page/2933

Girls basketball November skills/tryout/practice calendar can be found at: https://www.rockyathletics.org/page/2984

Wrestling Info: https://www.rockyathletics.org/page/2934

Girls Swim Info: https://www.rockyathletics.org/page/2989

Ice Hockey info: https://www.rockyathletics.org/page/2983

WINTER SPORTS ATHLETE/PARENT MEETINGS:

Girls Basketball - Thursday, Nov. 15 @ 5:00pm in Media Center

Boys Basketball - “   “ @ 6:00 pm in the Media Center

Girls Swim/Diving - Monday, Nov. 19 at 6:00 pm in Room 606

TRACK INFO MEETING - NOV. 15

Any student interested in participating in Track for Rocky should plan to attend an info meeting on Thursday, Nov. 15 at 3:00 pm in Room 606.

Attention: National Honor Society members. Our 1st member meeting with juniors and seniors will be Wednesday, November 14th at lunch in the multi-purpose room.

WRESTLING TEAM FUNDRAISER/SPIRIT NIGHT AT RED ROBIN - NOV. 19

You are invited to attend the Rocky Mountain HS Wrestling Team Spirit Night at Red Robin!

Join us on Monday, November 19th at Red Robin - 701 E Harmony Rd. 20% of our fundraising sales will go back to RMHS Wrestling.  So the more people who attend, the more money we will earn. We’ll see you there! Be sure to print out the below coupon and bring it so the monies get

applied to our fundraiser.

 

2019 ROCKY GIRLS SOCCER PRE SEASON MEETING – NOV. 28

Girls interested in playing soccer for soccer for Rocky should plan to attend a mandatory

Pre-season Meeting Wednesday, November 28, 2018, 7-8pm in the Rocky Media Center

We will be discussing the calendar of pre-season activities, including indoor soccer sign-ups, the format for drop-ins, conditioning camp, and try-outs.

For more info, contact Coach Ron Clark rclark@psdschools.org

FALL ATHLETIC FEEDBACK SURVEYS – Please complete by Nov. 20

Parents of fall athletes – click on the following link to complete the survey:  http://bit.ly/PARENT2018FALLsurvey

Fall athletes – click on the following link to complete the survey:  http://bit.ly/FALL2018athleteSURVEY

Girl's Lacrosse Free Beginner's clinic

Who: Any high school aged girl who wishes to try a new sport or if you are a beginner and would like to go over the basics again!

What: Free indoor lacrosse clinic given by the Lobos coaches and varsity players

Where: Small gym at Rocky Mountain high school

When: December 4th and December 11th from 530-630pm

Details:

-We have equipment to borrow, please bring indoor athletic shoes, a mouthguard and a water bottle

-This is a great opportunity to try a new sport and see if you want to come out for the team in the Spring!

Please sign up on the following link if you would like to participate:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfdBb322p_TSaGXBAGQc70vuKQwgrjL5Hk8YrONTaTATxq4ww/viewform

 

College Admissions Reps visit students at Rocky this week in the College & Career Center:

·         Tuesday, November 13 Black Hills State University @10:30 AM

·         Wednesday, November 14 CSU ROTC Scholarship info session @12:30 PM

 

Thinking about enlisting in the military, joining the guard or getting involved with ROTC in college? US Military Representatives will visit on Wednesday, November 14 at lunch on the rocks in the Commons. Stop by to learn more.

Week of November 5

WINTER SPORTS OFFICIALLY BEGIN…. Nov. 12!!  Lot’s of preseason information for all programs can be found below and at https://rockyathletics.org.  Orange “Permit to Practice” cards required by Nov. 12!

Please visit https://poudreathletics.sportngin.com/register/form/125760177 for permit process and required fees.

Winter Sports Info….

Boys basketball November skills/tryout/practice calendar can be found at: https://www.rockyathletics.org/page/2933

Girls basketball November skills/tryout/practice calendar can be found at: https://www.rockyathletics.org/page/2984

Wrestling Info: https://www.rockyathletics.org/page/2934

Girls Swim Info: https://www.rockyathletics.org/page/2989

Ice Hockey info: https://www.rockyathletics.org/page/2983

 

2019 ROCKY GIRLS SOCCER PRE SEASON MEETING – NOV. 28

Girls interested in playing soccer for soccer for Rocky should plan to attend a mandatory

Pre-season Meeting Wednesday, November 28, 2018, 7-8pm in the Rocky Media Center

We will be discussing the calendar of pre-season activities, including indoor soccer sign-ups, the format for drop-ins, conditioning camp, and try-outs.

For more info, contact Coach Ron Clark rclark@psdschools.org

FALL ATHLETIC FEEDBACK SURVEYS – Please complete by Nov. 20

Parents of fall athletes – click on the following link to complete the survey:  http://bit.ly/PARENT2018FALLsurvey

Fall athletes – click on the following link to complete the survey:  http://bit.ly/FALL2018athleteSURVEY

Girl's Lacrosse Free Beginner's clinic

Who: Any high school aged girl who wishes to try a new sport or if you are a beginner and would like to go over the basics again!

What: Free indoor lacrosse clinic given by the Lobos coaches and varsity players

Where: Small gym at Rocky Mountain high school

When: December 4th and December 11th from 530-630pm

Details:

-We have equipment to borrow, please bring indoor athletic shoes, a mouthguard and a water bottle

-This is a great opportunity to try a new sport and see if you want to come out for the team in the Spring!

Please sign up on the following link if you would like to participate:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfdBb322p_TSaGXBAGQc70vuKQwgrjL5Hk8YrONTaTATxq4ww/viewform

College visits @ RMHS. Talk with your teacher ahead of time if you will miss class to attend, then come to the College and Career Center at the appointment time. You will be sent back to class with a pass after the visit is over (20-60 minutes).

·         Monday, November 5 Doane University @8:45 AM

·         Wednesday, November 14 CSU ROTC Scholarship info session @12:30 PM

 

UNC field trip on Thursday, November 8 for juniors and seniors. Learn about the majors and programs, clubs and activities, and admissions and financial aid. The trip is free and includes breakfast and lunch.  Get a permission slip from Student Services. Due Monday (today)!

Seniors--Get help with your FAFSA!

FAFSA Fun Day on Sunday, November 11th at 1-3PM. Front Range Community College is offering FREE assistance to complete your 2019-2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid—for any student, whether you plan to attend at FRCC or another college. If you finish your FAFSA at the event, you can enter to win a $1,000 scholarship to FRCC!! Items to bring (student and parent, if applicable): 2017 Federal Tax Return, 2017 W-2 Forms, Social Security Number/Alien Registration Number, FSA ID Information. More details: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_T-2Sgac_HHC_ABKIXlcvFQM1tc00ic3/view?usp=sharing

Seniors--are you applying for the Daniels Fund Scholarship? Be sure to get going--it’s due in a few weeks!  The Daniels scholarship is almost a full ride scholarship and support program you can use at any non profit college/university in the US.  It is for seniors who demonstrate financial need, are a citizen or permanent resident of the United States, have earned a minimum SAT Math score of 470 and a minimum Evidence-Based Reading & Writing score of 450 or a minimum ACT score of 17 in each category. If you are applying, but sure to see your counselor or Ms. Fassnacht in the College & Career Center for support.  Due November 29 at 4:00 PM. https://www.danielsscholarship.org/

 

Week of October 29

Juniors and Seniors.  Got A Job? Why Not Earn Credit?  Learn about the PaCE program on Tuesday @ lunch in Room 307.  Free pizza. See Papp with questions in thc College and Career Center.

Congratulations to the boys soccer team for beating #10 Rampart in the first round of the State playoffs!!  Way to go Bo’s. They advance to the second round on Wednesday, Oct. 31 vs Fort Collins.  Time is TBA.

FALL ATHLETIC FEEDBACK SURVEYS – Please complete by Nov. 20

Parents of fall athletes – click on the following link to complete the survey:  http://bit.ly/PARENT2018FALLsurvey

Fall athletes – click on the following link to complete the survey:  http://bit.ly/FALL2018athleteSURVEY

WINTER SPORTS OFFICIALLY BEGIN…. Nov. 12!!  Lot’s of preseason information for all programs can be found below and at https://rockyathletics.org.  Orange “Permit to Practice” cards required by Nov. 12!

Please visit https://poudreathletics.sportngin.com/register/form/125760177 for permit process and required fees.

Winter Sports Info….

Boys basketball November skills/tryout/practice calendar can be found at: https://www.rockyathletics.org/page/2933

Girls basketball November skills/tryout/practice calendar can be found at: https://www.rockyathletics.org/page/2984

Wrestling Info: https://www.rockyathletics.org/page/2934

Girls Swim Info: https://www.rockyathletics.org/page/2989

Ice Hockey info: https://www.rockyathletics.org/page/2983

WRESTLING SKILLS DROP INS

Drop-ins are voluntary skill sessions that begin on Sept. 10 through Nov. 1, every Monday/Tu/Wed/Thursday from 3:15-5:00 pm.

No physical paperwork/orange permit to practice card is required for the above skill sessions.

For more info please contact Coach Brad Hargreaves.

Head Coach - Brad Hargreaves

work phone # - 970-488-7094

bhargrea@psdschools.org

2019 ROCKY GIRLS SOCCER PRE SEASON MEETING – NOV. 28

Girls interested in playing soccer for soccer for Rocky should plan to attend a mandatory

Pre-season Meeting Wednesday, November 28, 2018, 7-8pm in the Rocky Media Center

We will be discussing the calendar of pre-season activities, including indoor soccer sign-ups, the format for drop-ins, conditioning camp, and try-outs.

For more info, contact Coach Ron Clark rclark@psdschools.org

Concurrent Enrollment Applications are Here!  Spring 2019 Concurrent Enrollment application packets for Front Range Community College are now available in Student Services.  Interested students can sign up for a meeting with a FRCC advisor who will be at Rocky on Thursday mornings. See Mrs. McCoy in Student Services or your counselor for assistance.

Reminder for Seniors who have taken through Level 4 or 5 of a language or are bilingual

Don’t forget that you must complete the application for the Seal of Biliteracy by Wednesday, October 31st.  You can access the application from the STUDENT section of the Rocky homepage. It appears as a link at the bottom of the welcome page for students.  See any World Languages teacher with questions.

 

Week of October 22

Hurry! Interview Spots still available for Rocky’s Job/Hiring Fair this Thursday, @ lunch in the media Center.  Sign up on the board posted outside the College and Career Center by Wed.

  • Companies include Cinemark, The Summit, Columbine, CSU, Good Samaritan, Team Petroleum

  • Resume to interview; 16 years +

  • See Papp with questions

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL INFO MEETING - OCT. 23 DURING LUNCH!

Girls interested in playing basketball for Rocky should plan go attend an info meeting during lunch on Oct. 23 in Room 606.  Bring your own lunch!

BOYS LACROSSE TEAM FUNDRAISER – CAFE MEXICALI ON OCT. 23!

The boys lacrosse team invites you to their fundraiser on Oct. 23 at CAFÉ MEXICALI. For flyer, visit https://www.rockyathletics.org/page/hot_news/view/45, must bring flyer with you!  20% from your total will be donated to the Boys Lacrosse Team.

Wrestling Parent Meeting - Oct. 24 @ 6:00 pm in San Juan Open Spaces

There will be a parent wrestling meeting for all parents of athletes interested in wrestling for Rocky this year on Wed., Oct. 24 at 6:00 pm in the San Juan Open Spaces.

WRESTLING SKILLS DROP INS

Drop-ins are voluntary skill sessions that begin on Sept. 10 through Nov. 1, every Monday/Tu/Wed/Thursday from 3:15-5:00 pm.

No physical paperwork/orange permit to practice card is required for the above skill sessions.

For more info please contact Coach Brad Hargreaves.

Head Coach - Brad Hargreaves

work phone # - 970-488-7094

bhargrea@psdschools.org

The Girls Basketball program is having open gyms Oct. 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 18, 22, 25 in the main gym from 7PM-8:30PM.  If you are interested in trying out for the Girls BBall team in Nov. and have time come on by and get a good workout in. No “orange card” is required for these voluntary sessions.

Concurrent Enrollment Applications are Here!  Spring 2019 Concurrent Enrollment application packets for Front Range Community College are now available in Student Services.  Interested students can sign up for a meeting with a FRCC advisor who will be at Rocky on Thursday mornings. See Mrs. McCoy in Student Services or your counselor for assistance.

College rep visits in the College & Career Center:

Monday, October 22

10:15 am Denison University

Thursday, October 25

8:30 am Colorado State University

11:30 am Wartburg College

Friday, October 26

11:30 am Colorado College

Tuesday, October 30

           11:30 am University of Kansas

Wednesday, October 31

           12:45 pm Arizona State University

           1:30 pm Chadron State College

Thursday, November 1

           10:15 am University of Tennessee

           12:00 pm Colorado Mountain College

Friday, November 2

           10:15 Gonzaga University

New! Colorado Free Application Day on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018. Seniors can apply to any public college or university in Colorado for free—one day only! Find details on how to submit your free application at http://www.ciccollegeappmonth.org/colorado-free-application-day (each college’s process is different).  We suggest that seniors complete all parts of the application ahead of time and simply hit “submit” on the 30th.  

Get help with your FAFSA. Now 2 options!

1.       FRCC FAFSA Fun Day on Sunday, November 11th at 1-3PM. Front Range Community College is offering FREE assistance in completing your 2019-2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid—for any student whether you plan to attend at FRCC or at another college. If you complete your FAFSA at the event, you can enter to win a $1,000 scholarship to Front Range Community College!! Items to Bring: 2017 Federal Tax Return, 2017 W-2 Forms (student and parent, if applicable) Social Security Number/Alien Registration Number FSA ID Information. More details: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_T-2Sgac_HHC_ABKIXlcvFQM1tc00ic3/view?usp=sharing

2.      College Goal Sunday (FAFSA help) for seniors/parents on Sunday, October 28 3:00-5:00 pm at Riverside Library & Cultural Center, 3700 Golden Street, Evans, CO. Get free help completing the FAFSA. Items to Bring: 2017 Federal Tax Return, 2017 W-2 Forms (student and parent, if applicable) Social Security Number/Alien Registration Number FSA ID Information Sponsored by UNC and Aims with a scholarship drawing for future Aims or UNC students! https://www.unco.edu/financial-aid/applying-for-aid/college-goal.aspx

Week of October 15

Looking for A Job?  

Sign Up for Rocky’s Hiring Fair on Thursday, October 25 @ lunch in the media Center.

  • Sign up for interview times in the College and Career Center

  • Must be minimum 16 years old

  • Companies include CinemarkBistro and XD, The Summit, Columbine, Loveland Laser Tag, Good Samaritan

  • You will need a resume to interview

  • See Mr. Papp with questions

Resume Workshop today during lunch in Room 307.  Learn how to write an effective resume or update your existing one! Free pizza!

GIRLS SWIM/DIVE PRESEASON MEETING - OCT 15

Girls interested in swimming/diving for Rocky should plan to attend a pre-season info meeting today in the Media Center at 3:00pm.

The Girls Basketball program is having open gyms Oct. 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 18, 22, 25 in the main gym from 7PM-8:30PM.  If you are interested in trying out for the Girls BBall team in Nov. and have time come on by and get a good workout in. No “orange card” is required for these voluntary sessions.

GIRLS BASKETBALL INFO MEETING - OCT. 23 DURING LUNCH!

Girls interested in playing basketball for Rocky should plan go attend an info meeting during lunch on Oct. 23 in Room 606.  Bring your own lunch!

WRESTLING SKILLS DROP INS

Drop-ins are voluntary skill sessions that begin on Sept. 10 through Nov. 1, every Monday/Tu/Wed/Thursday from 3:15-5:00 pm.

No physical paperwork/orange permit to practice card is required for the above skill sessions.

For more info please contact Coach Brad Hargreaves.

Head Coach - Brad Hargreaves

work phone # - 970-488-7094

bhargrea@psdschools.org

Wrestling Parent Meeting - Oct. 24 @ 6:00 pm in San Juan Open Spaces

There will be a parent wrestling meeting for all parents of athletes interested in wrestling for Rocky this year on Wed., Oct. 24 at 6:00 pm in the San Juan Open Spaces.

FOOTBALL TICKET INFO:

Hey Rocky Fans….want to avoid the lines at football games?  You now have 3 options:

1.        Purchase a Family Punch Pass (cost of $75 for 20 punches and can be bought at RMHS fee window).  Families that have a “Family Punch Pass” do not need to wait in line to purchase a ticket, they may go straight to the ticket entrance, with your pass so that it can be punched (1 punch = 1 person).  If there are five of you, your pass will be punched 5 times.

2.        Students are encouraged to purchase an Activity Pass for $30.00.  Once purchased they will receive an AP sticker on their ID. Students with an AP sticker do not need to wait in line to purchase a ticket, they may go straight to the ticket entrance with their ID!   

3.        Game Week Presale…you also have the option to purchase tickets in the RMHS Front Office during the week of a home football game. Adult tickets are $6.00, Student/Senior Citizens are $4.00.  Only checks or cash will accepted. Please make checks payable to Poudre school District. Tickets sold during school hours and end on Thursday at the end of student lunch (11:40 am).

Attendees with pre-sold tickets in hand, will allow direct entry to RMHS ticket gate.

FRCC SENIOR DAY, Wednesday, October 17th, 7:30am:  For Seniors interested in attending Front Range Community College this spring or next fall this is for you!  If you attend Senior Day you can: apply to Front Range, register for the College Opportunity Fund, get registration information, complete one placement test (if applicable.  Registration is required.  Please see Mrs. McCoy in Student Services to sign up.

Concurrent Enrollment Applications are Here!  Spring 2019 Concurrent Enrollment application packets for Front Range Community College are now available in Student Services.  Interested students can sign up for a meeting with a FRCC advisor who will be at Rocky on Thursday mornings. See Mrs. McCoy in Student Services or your counselor for assistance.

 

Week of October 8

Looking for A Job?  

Rocky’s Hiring Fair is Thursday, October 25 @ lunch in the media Center.

Go to the College and Career Center to:

  • Sign up for interview times

  • Must be minimum 16 years old

  • See job descriptions, pay, and hours. Companies include The Summit, Columbine, Loveland Laser Tag, Good Samaritan

  • You will need a resume to interview

  • See Mr. Papp with questions

Resume Workshop next Monday, Oct 15 in Room 307 @ lunch. Learn how to write an effective resume or update your existing one!

MANDATORY WRESTLING MEETING TODAY 10/8 AT LUNCH IN ROOM 606- Everyone planning to wrestle should attend. Bring your own lunch!

Nordic Ski Team!!

Students….interested in being part of a PSD Nordic Ski Team?  If so, please attend an Informational about the Poudre School District Nordic Ski Team and learn how you can be a part of this incredible team!!

Who: All students grades 9-12 interested in the Nordic Ski Team. This is a co-ed sport.

What: Learn about the opportunities to be on the Nordic Ski team

When: Monday October 9th at 3:00

Where: Rocky Mountain High School Media Center

Why: To be a part of the first Nordic Ski team in Fort Collins!

If you have any questions, please email Mr. Terry at sterry@psdschools.org stop by and see me!

Attention: Senior National Honor Society members. Our next member meeting will be Wednesday, October 10th at lunch in the multi-purpose room.

Join us for the Architecture and Construction Career Tour this Thursday, Oct 11 from 7:45am - noon. Spots are limited! Pick up a parent permission form in the College and Career Center (225). See Papp with questions

Girl Rising is having an information meeting Thursday 10/11 during lunch in room 407.  This club promotes awareness and action on gender issues from local to global.  Last year they organized a fundraiser in which Rocky raised enough funds to sponsor 5 girls from around the world with their education.  

The Girls Basketball program is having open gyms Oct. 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 18, 22, 25 in the main gym from 7PM-8:30PM.  If you are interested in trying out for the Girls BBall team in Nov. and have time come on by and get a good workout in. No “orange card” is required for these voluntary sessions.

WRESTLING SKILLS DROP INS

Drop-ins are voluntary skill sessions that begin on Sept. 10 through Nov. 1, every Monday/Tu/Wed/Thursday from 3:15-5:00 pm.

No physical paperwork/orange permit to practice card is required for the above skill sessions.

For more info please contact Coach Brad Hargreaves.

Head Coach - Brad Hargreaves

work phone # - 970-488-7094

bhargrea@psdschools.org

GIRLS SWIM/DIVE PRESEASON MEETING - OCT 15

Girls interested in swimming/diving for Rocky should plan to attend a pre-season info meeting on Monday, Oct. 15 in the Media Center at 3:00pm.

FOOTBALL TICKET INFO:

Hey Rocky Fans….want to avoid the lines at football games?  You now have 3 options:

1.        Purchase a Family Punch Pass (cost of $75 for 20 punches and can be bought at RMHS fee window).  Families that have a “Family Punch Pass” do not need to wait in line to purchase a ticket, they may go straight to the ticket entrance, with your pass so that it can be punched (1 punch = 1 person).  If there are five of you, your pass will be punched 5 times.

2.        Students are encouraged to purchase an Activity Pass for $30.00.  Once purchased they will receive an AP sticker on their ID. Students with an AP sticker do not need to wait in line to purchase a ticket, they may go straight to the ticket entrance with their ID!   

3.        Game Week Presale…you also have the option to purchase tickets in the RMHS Front Office during the week of a home football game. Adult tickets are $6.00, Student/Senior Citizens are $4.00.  Only checks or cash will accepted. Please make checks payable to Poudre school District. Tickets sold during school hours and end on Thursday at the end of student lunch (11:40 am).

Attendees with pre-sold tickets in hand, will allow direct entry to RMHS ticket gate.

FRCC SENIOR DAY, Wednesday, October 17th, 7:30am:  For Seniors interested in attending Front Range Community College this spring or next fall this is for you!  If you attend Senior Day you can: apply to Front Range, register for the College Opportunity Fund, get registration information, complete one placement test (if applicable.  Registration is required.  Please see Mrs. McCoy in Student Services to sign up.

What are you doing with your day off? We have no class on Friday, October 19th. Consider visiting a college! Be sure to set up an official visit (usually including a tour and sometimes lunch, meeting professors, and/or sitting in on classes); most colleges have a link on their website to make an official visit request. There are more than 20 colleges within an hour’s drive—check them out!

Concurrent Enrollment Applications are Here!  Spring 2019 Concurrent Enrollment application packets for Front Range Community College are now available in Student Services.  Interested students can sign up for a meeting with a FRCC advisor who will be at Rocky on Thursday mornings. See Mrs. McCoy in Student Services or your counselor for assistance.

College Admissions Rep Visits this week:

Monday, October 8

10:15am Aims Community College

12:45pm CSU Pueblo

12:45pm Northern Arizona University

Tuesday, October 9

10:15am University of Alabama

10:15am University of Miami

11:30am Montana State University

1:30pm Illinois Wesleyan University

1:30pm Fort Hays State University

2:15pm Willamette University

Friday, October 12

7:30am Chapman University

10:15am University of Chicago

 

New! Colorado Free Application Day on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018. Seniors can apply to any public college or university in Colorado for free—one day only! Find details on how to submit your free application at http://www.ciccollegeappmonth.org/colorado-free-application-day (each college’s process is different).  We suggest that seniors complete all parts of the application ahead of time and simply hit “submit” on the 30th.  Get help with your application on Thursday, October 11th at lunch in the College & Career Center.

Week of October 1

PaCE Buddies Informational Meeting today at lunch

Juniors/Seniors.  Interested in being a mentor/buddy to an elementary school student? Informational meeting today at lunch in Room 307. Learn more about the program and meet the elementary school counselors. Free pizza!

The Girls Basketball program is having open gyms Oct. 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 18, 22, 25 in the main gym from 7PM-8:30PM.  If you are interested in trying out for the Girls BBall team in Nov. and have time come on by and get a good workout in. No “orange card” is required for these voluntary sessions.

WRESTLING SKILLS DROP INS

Drop-ins are voluntary skill sessions that begin on Sept. 10 through Nov. 1, every Monday/Tu/Wed/Thursday from 3:15-5:00 pm.

No physical paperwork/orange permit to practice card is required for the above skill sessions.

For more info please contact Coach Brad Hargreaves.

Head Coach - Brad Hargreaves

work phone # - 970-488-7094

bhargrea@psdschools.org

GIRLS SWIM/DIVE PRESEASON MEETING - OCT 15

Girls interested in swimming/diving for Rocky should plan to attend a pre-season info meeting on Monday, Oct. 15 in the Media Center at 3:00pm.

FOOTBALL TICKET INFO:

Hey Rocky Fans….want to avoid the lines at football games?  You now have 3 options:

1.        Purchase a Family Punch Pass (cost of $75 for 20 punches and can be bought at RMHS fee window).  Families that have a “Family Punch Pass” do not need to wait in line to purchase a ticket, they may go straight to the ticket entrance, with your pass so that it can be punched (1 punch = 1 person).  If there are five of you, your pass will be punched 5 times.

2.        Students are encouraged to purchase an Activity Pass for $30.00.  Once purchased they will receive an AP sticker on their ID. Students with an AP sticker do not need to wait in line to purchase a ticket, they may go straight to the ticket entrance with their ID!   

3.        Game Week Presale…you also have the option to purchase tickets in the RMHS Front Office during the week of a home football game. Adult tickets are $6.00, Student/Senior Citizens are $4.00.  Only checks or cash will accepted. Please make checks payable to Poudre school District. Tickets sold during school hours and end on Thursday at the end of student lunch (11:40 am).

Attendees with pre-sold tickets in hand, will allow direct entry to RMHS ticket gate.

 

PSAT-NMSQT

Attention Juniors-Last day to sign up/pay for the PSAT-NMSQT is October 4th!

Seats are limited so please using School Pay or you can pay at the fee window.

Fee is $20.

UNIFIED CHEER AND FOOTBALL TEAM PHOTOS - will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 9.  Be sure you have your uniform, completed picture packet and payment at time of photo shoot!

FRCC SENIOR DAY, Wednesday, October 17th, 7:30am:  For Seniors interested in attending Front Range Community College this spring or next fall this is for you!  If you attend Senior Day you can: apply to Front Range, register for the College Opportunity Fund, get registration information, complete one placement test (if applicable.  Registration is required.  Please see Mrs. McCoy in Student Services to sign up.

Concurrent Enrollment Applications are Here!  Spring 2019 Concurrent Enrollment application packets for Front Range Community College are now available in Student Services.  Interested students can sign up for a meeting with a FRCC advisor who will be at Rocky on Thursday mornings. See Mrs. McCoy in Student Services or your counselor for assistance.

College Admissions Reps visit students at Rocky throughout the year.  Check your Career Cruising account’s calendar for a full listing—it is updated regularly!  These admissions reps will likely be reading your college applications so it’s helpful to introduce yourself! Most college rep visits take 30-60 minutes and are a great opportunity to learn about a college and get your questions answered without traveling to a college campus. Visits are usually in the College & Career Center or the Aquarium (conference room in Student Services).  Coming up:

  • Monday, October 1

    • 9:10am DePauw Univ

    • 10:15am Augustana University

    • 12:45pm Brown Univ

    • 3:00pm - 3:30pm Essay Workshop for Seniors (learn about the what, when, where, why and how of essays for college/scholarships)

  • Tuesday, October 2

    • 7:30am Univ of Washington Seattle

    • 8:30am Grinnell College

    • 9:10am University of South Florida

    • 10:15am Carroll College Montana

    • 10:15am Pacific University

    • 11:30am Tulane Univ

    • 11:30am Idaho State Univ

    • 12:00pm  Concordia Univ, Irvine

    • 12:00pm Univ of British Columbia

    • 1:30pm  Scripps College

    • 1:30pm Suffolk Univ

    • 2:15pm Washburn University

    • 6:00pm - 8:00pm Out of State Fair @Poudre HS

  • Wednesday, October 3

    • 8:15am - 8:55am Application workshop (seniors get help on your college application and enjoy a snack)

    • 9:00am  Simmons College

    • 9:00am  Western Washington Univ

    • 9:45am  Nova Southeastern Univ

    • 9:45am University of Michigan

    • 10:30am  Western Washington Univ

    • 10:30am  Texas State University

    • 11:15am Boise State

    • 12:00pm  Clarkson Univ

    • 12:00pm Oberlin College

    • 12:45pm Iowa State University

  • Thursday, October 4

    • 8:30am Pitzer College

    • 11:30am  Vanderbilt Univ

    • 11:30am  Montana State University

    • 1:30pm  Seattle Univ

    • 2:15pm  California Lutheran

  • Friday, October 5

    • 9:10am  St. Olaf College

PSAT National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test(NMSQT) 10/10/2018

The PSAT NMSQT test will be given at RMHS on Wednesday, Oct. 10th. This is a national date so we are only able to offer it on this day.  This exam is suggested for all Juniors as practice for their Spring SAT exam as well as for Juniors who are hoping to qualify for College Board’s National Merit Scholarship. Sophomores may take the PSAT NMSQT in October, however all 10th graders will also be required to take the PSAT this spring (as part of state mandated testing) at no cost. We do not suggest that 9th graders take this exam since it is geared towards Juniors and they will stay need to take the PSAT 9 in the Spring.

Students may only qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Program when they take the PSAT-NMSQT in the fall of their junior year and display high scores. We strongly encourage Juniors who tend to score in the 90% and above on standardized testing to take this exam.  

The fee for 2018 is $20.00. To Register, please use SchoolPay on-line or go your student may go to the fee window and pay by October 3rd. Students will receive a reminder a day before about arrival time, bringing a calculator and #2 pencils (not mechanical) and coming to the Auxiliary gym on that date. Doors open at 7:30 a.m., test begins promptly at 7: 45a.m.  Please register soon, we have a limited number of tests available!

Online preparation can be found at : https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt-psat-10/practice/full-length-practice-tests

or collegeboard.org/psatscoring

Please e-mail Patty Mogorit at pmogorit@psdschools.org if you have questions.

Week of Sept. 24th

PaCE Buddies Informational Meeting

Juniors/Seniors.  Interested in being a mentor/buddy to an elementary school student? Informational meeting next Monday, Oct. 1 at lunch in Room 307. Learn more about the program and meet the elementary school counselors.  See Mr. Papp in the College and Career Center (225) with questions.

DECA/FBLA Meeting- Important lunch meeting Wed in mini theater to select events. $1 pizza slices. Don’t forget to pay DECA/FBLA dues!

Student Athletic Training Aides Needed

Rocky Mountain High School sports medicine is looking for dedicated and hard working student aides. An athletic training student aide helps the Certified Athletic Trainer (Bailey Faber) with after school athletics. If you are interested please come by the Athletic Training room located in the athletic hall next to the main gym after school.

 

WRESTLING SKILLS DROP INS

Drop-ins are voluntary skill sessions that begin on Sept. 10 through Nov. 1, every Monday/Tu/Wed/Thursday from 3:15-5:00 pm.

No physical paperwork/orange permit to practice card is required for the above skill sessions.

For more info please contact Coach Brad Hargreaves.

Head Coach - Brad Hargreaves

work phone # - 970-488-7094

bhargrea@psdschools.org

The Girls Basketball program is having open gyms Sept 4th, 5th, 17th, 20th, 24th in the main gym from 7PM-8:30PM.  If you are interested in trying out for the Girls BBall team in Nov. and have time come on by and get a good workout in.  No “orange card” is required for these voluntary sessions.

FOOTBALL TICKET INFO

Hey Rocky Fans….want to avoid the lines at football games?  You now have 3 options:

1.        Purchase a Family Punch Pass (cost of $75 for 20 punches and can be bought at RMHS fee window).  Families that have a “Family Punch Pass” do not need to wait in line to purchase a ticket, they may go straight to the ticket entrance, with your pass so that it can be punched (1 punch = 1 person).  If there are five of you, your pass will be punched 5 times.

2.        Students are encouraged to purchase an Activity Pass for $30.00.  Once purchased they will receive an AP sticker on their ID. Students with an AP sticker do not need to wait in line to purchase a ticket, they may go straight to the ticket entrance with their ID!   

3.        Game Week Presale…you also have the option to purchase tickets in the RMHS Front Office during the week of a home football game. Adult tickets are $6.00, Student/Senior Citizens are $4.00.  Only checks or cash will accepted. Please make checks payable to Poudre school District. Tickets sold during school hours and end on Thursday at the end of student lunch (11:40 am).

Attendees with pre-sold tickets in hand, will allow direct entry to RMHS ticket gate.

Cultural ARMS Club:

If you are interested in making connections, while discussing and celebrating diversity and culture here at Rocky, please come to our Cultural ARMS meetings at lunch on Tuesdays in RM 309 or see Ms. Quiros for more info.

Student Wellness Team:

Student Wellness team needs your help! We are seeking positive, motivated people who want to be leaders at Rocky! No prior experience/wellness background needed! We focus on promoting all aspects of wellness and help plan fun activities for the Rocky community. Please join us Fridays @ lunch in RM 309 or see Ms. Quiros for more info.

Los Lobos:

If you identify as Hispanic or Latino, and want to make a difference here at Rocky, we are the club for you! Los Lobos is a leadership club focusing on student empowerment and community. We organize and plan a variety of fun activities throughout the year, while also providing our members with opportunities for personal growth. We meet every other Thursday at lunch in RM 309. See Mrs. Robles or Ms. Quiros for more info.

College Admissions Reps visit students at Rocky throughout the year.  Check your Career Cruising account’s calendar for a full listing—it is updated regularly!  These admissions reps will likely be reading your college applications so it’s helpful to introduce yourself! Most college rep visits take 30-60 minutes and are a great opportunity to learn about a college and get your questions answered without traveling to a college campus. Visits are usually in the College & Career Center or the Aquarium (conference room in Student Services).  Coming up:

  • Tuesday, September 25

    • 2:15 Western State Colorado University

  • Wednesday, September 26

    • 11:15 University of Northern Colorado

    • 2:15 Drake University

  • Thursday, September 27

    • 10:15 Whitworth University

PSAT National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test(NMSQT) 10/11/17

posted Aug 16, 2017, 2:37 PM by Patty Mogorit   [ updated Aug 17, 2017, 6:38 AM ]

The PSAT NMSQT test will be given at RMHS on Wednesday, Oct. 11th. This is a national date so we are only able to offer it on this day.  This exam is suggested for all Juniors as practice for their Spring SAT exam as well as for Juniors who are hoping to qualify for College Board’s National Merit Scholarship. Sophomores may take the PSAT NMSQT in October, however all 10th graders will also be required to take the PSAT this spring (as part of state mandated testing) at no cost.

Students may only qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Program when they take the PSAT in the fall of their junior year and display high scores. We strongly encourage Juniors who tend to score in the 90% and above on standardized testing to take this PSAT.  

The fee for 2017 is $20.00. To Register, please use SchoolPay on-line or go your student may go to the fee window and pay by October 4th. Students will receive a reminder a day before about arrival time, bringing a calculator and #2 pencils (not mechanical) and coming to the Auxiliary gym on that date. Doors open at 7:30 a.m., test begins promptly at 7: 45a.m.  Register soon, we have a limited number of tests available.

Online preparation can be found at collegeboard.org/psatpractice or collegeboard.org/psatscoring

Please e-mail Patty Mogorit at pmogorit@psdschools.org for more information.

 

FRCC SENIOR DAY, Wednesday, October 17th, 7:30am:  For Seniors interested in attending Front Range Community College this spring or next fall this is for you!  If you attend Senior Day you can: apply to Front Range, register for the College Opportunity Fund, get registration information, complete one placement test (if applicable.  Registration is required.  Please see Mrs. McCoy in Student Services to sign up.

 

Concurrent Enrollment Applications are Here!  Spring 2019 Concurrent Enrollment application packets for Front Range Community College are now available in Student Services.  Interested students can sign up for a meeting with a FRCC advisor who will be at Rocky on Thursday mornings. See Mrs. McCoy in Student Services or your counselor for assistance.

Week of September 17

Student Athletic Training Aides Needed

Rocky Mountain High School sports medicine is looking for dedicated and hard working student aides. An athletic training student aide helps the Certified Athletic Trainer (Bailey Faber) with after school athletics. If you are interested please come by the Athletic Training room located in the athletic hall next to the main gym after school.

FOOTBALL TRAVELS TO KENTUCKY FOR FOOTBALL GAME ON 9/21/18.  WATCH IT LIVE!!:

Rocky Mountain Lobos visit to Bowling Green to play the South Warren Spartans on September 21st.

The Sporting Times is an all-positive high school multi-media company which is based out of Bowling Green, KY, will be live video streaming the game Friday night starting at 6:40pm central standard time.

For your fans and families that are not making the trip, they can watch the game for free. Have them visit www.STBNTV.com

We will also be tweeting throughout the game @sportingtimes

To learn more about the Sporting Times you can visit our website at: www.sportingtimesmagazine.com or our Facebook page "The Sporting Times"

Let’s go Bo’s!

 

WRESTLING SKILLS DROP INS

Drop-ins are voluntary skill sessions that begin on Sept. 10 through Nov. 1, every Monday/Tu/Wed/Thursday from 3:15-5:00 pm.

No physical paperwork/orange permit to practice card is required for the above skill sessions.

For more info please contact Coach Brad Hargreaves.

Head Coach - Brad Hargreaves

work phone # - 970-488-7094

bhargrea@psdschools.org

The Girls Basketball program is having open gyms Sept 4th, 5th, 17th, 20th, 24th in the main gym from 7PM-8:30PM.  If you are interested in trying out for the Girls BBall team in Nov. and have time come on by and get a good workout in. No “orange card” is required for these voluntary sessions.

BOYS TENNIS TEAM PHOTOS - SEPT 21 @ 3:30 PM

Athlete needs to have uniform, completed picture packet and payment at time of photo shoot.

Cultural ARMS Club:

If you are interested in making connections, while discussing and celebrating diversity and culture here at Rocky, please come to our Cultural ARMS meetings at lunch on Tuesdays in RM 309 or see Ms. Quiros for more info.

Student Wellness Team:

Student Wellness team needs your help! We are seeking positive, motivated people who want to be leaders at Rocky! No prior experience/wellness background needed! We focus on promoting all aspects of wellness and help plan fun activities for the Rocky community. Please join us Fridays @ lunch in RM 309 or see Ms. Quiros for more info.

Los Lobos:

If you identify as Hispanic or Latino, and want to make a difference here at Rocky, we are the club for you! Los Lobos is a leadership club focusing on student empowerment and community. We organize and plan a variety of fun activities throughout the year, while also providing our members with opportunities for personal growth. We meet every other Thursday at lunch in RM 309. See Mrs. Robles or Ms. Quiros for more info.

Seniors—want more info about the Boettcher Scholarship (the Colorado full-ride scholarship program)—or are you ready to apply? Come to a brief information session and pick up application materials on Monday at lunch or Wednesday at 8:15 (late start) in the College & Career Center. Sessions will be 15-20 minutes and include critical information for a successful application.

 

Week of September 10

Rocky Cheer Tryouts

Attention all students, are you interested in getting involved, being a leader, building lasting friendships, cheering at games and competing? If you answered yes, then you should try out for the Rocky Mountain Cheer team. A Cheer Tryout Clinic will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 11 from 6:30-8:30 in the Aux. Gym.  Try outs will be held on Wednesday September 12th, for more information please visit rockyathletics.org, or, stop by the front office to obtain cheer packet and all paperwork required for tryouts. A “Permit to Practice” card must be obtained by 3:30 pm on Tuesday, Sept. 11 in order to attend Clinic.

Attention: Senior National Honor Society members. Our first member meeting will be Wednesday, September 12th at lunch in the multi-purpose room. Check out the NHS bulletin board for service events already scheduled

College Admissions Reps visit students at Rocky in the College & Career Center.

This week:

·         Colorado Christian University on Tuesday, September 11 at 2:15

·         University of Oregon on Wednesday, September 12 at 12:45

·         Kansas State University on Thursday, September 13 at 2:15

Next week: University of Denver (DU), University of MIssouri (Mizzou) and Luther College.

Seniors--don’t forget: Senior/Parent Planning and Financial Aid Night this  Wednesday at 7:00 PM in the Auditorium (in conjunction with Parent/Teacher conferences). Topics include the application process, transcripts, searching for scholarships, FAFSA basics and RMHS tools and support opportunities for senior year.

Seniors – prepare for life after high school!  You will have a meeting on Thursday, Sept. 13 in the Media Center.  Your appointment time will be posted outside of Student Services starting Sept. 10.  Don’t miss out on information on colleges/scholarships, military, careers and so much more.

WRESTLING SKILLS DROP INS

Drop-ins are voluntary skill sessions that begin on Sept. 10 through Nov. 1, every Monday/Tu/Wed/Thursday from 3:15-5:00 pm.

No physical paperwork/orange permit to practice card is required for the above skill sessions.

For more info please contact Coach Brad Hargreaves.

Head Coach - Brad Hargreaves

work phone # - 970-488-7094

bhargrea@psdschools.org

The Girls Basketball program is having open gyms Sept 4th, 5th, 17th, 20th, 24th in the main gym from 7PM-8:30PM.  If you are interested in trying out for the Girls BBall team in Nov. and have time come on by and get a good workout in. No “orange card” is required for these voluntary sessions.

Student Athletic Training Aides Needed

Rocky Mountain High School sports medicine is looking for dedicated and hard working student aides. An athletic training student aide helps the Certified Athletic Trainer (Bailey Faber) with after school athletics. If you are interested please come by the Athletic Training room located in the athletic hall next to the main gym after school.

HOME FOOTBALL TICKETS:

Hey Rocky Fans….want to avoid the lines at football games?  You now have 3 options:

1.        Purchase a Family Punch Pass (cost of $75 for 20 punches and can be bought at RMHS fee window).  Families that have a “Family Punch Pass” do not need to wait in line to purchase a ticket, they may go straight to the ticket entrance, with your pass so that it can be punched (1 punch = 1 person).  If there are five of you, your pass will be punched 5 times.

2.        Students are encouraged to purchase an Activity Pass for $30.00.  Once purchased they will receive an AP sticker on their ID. Students with an AP sticker do not need to wait in line to purchase a ticket, they may go straight to the ticket entrance with their ID!   

3.        Game Week Presale…you also have the option to purchase tickets in the RMHS Front Office during the week of a home football game. Adult tickets are $6.00, Student/Senior Citizens are $4.00.  Only checks or cash will accepted. Please make checks payable to Poudre school District. Tickets sold during school hours and end on Thursday at the end of student lunch (11:40 am).

Attendees with pre-sold tickets in hand, will allow direct entry to RMHS ticket gate.

 

Bike Club:

If you are interested in joining bike club our first meeting will be tomorrow Tuesday the 11th in room 412 during lunch.  See Mr. Callahan in room 412 for more information.

 

Cultural ARMS Club:

If you are interested in making connections, while discussing and celebrating diversity and culture here at Rocky, please come to our first Cultural ARMS meeting at lunch on Tuesday, Sept 11th in RM 309 or see Ms. Quiros for more info.

Student Wellness Team:

Student Wellness team needs your help! We are seeking positive, motivated people who want to be leaders at Rocky! No prior experience/wellness background needed! We focus on promoting all aspects of wellness and help plan fun activities for the Rocky community. Please join us Fridays @ lunch in RM 309 or see Ms. Quiros for more info.

Los Lobos:

If you identify as Hispanic or Latino, and want to make a difference here at Rocky, we are the club for you! Los Lobos is a leadership club focusing on student empowerment and community. We organize and plan a variety of fun activities throughout the year, while also providing our members with opportunities for personal growth. We meet every other Thursday at lunch in RM 309. See Mrs. Robles or Ms. Quiros for more info.

Do college costs scare YOU? Learn how to make it work at the Northern Colorado Planning and Paying for College Night on September 18th, 6:00-8:00 PM at Colorado State University’s Alumni Center. Sessions include: How to determine total cost of college attendance, Scholarship search sites/strategies, Financial Aid (FAFSA), Understanding college loan options, How colleges award financial aid, College financial planning by grade level 9-12th grade. This is open to PSD High School students who are considering any college (not just future CSU students) and their families. Details: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1eZvkPELAo2dMcAy_qJV09oAxde2fp5xe/view?usp=sharing

 

Interested in earning college credit through FRCC while at Rocky?  Get details at the fall College Now information session on Wednesday, September 12 at 5:30-6:30PM in the Long’s Peak Student Center at FRCC. Learn about the College Now programs which allow students to enroll in FRCC college classes for both high school and college credit, and tuition is paid for by the school district. Programs include Career Pathways, High School Select, and Campus Select. Questions? Please contact the College Now department at 204-8370 or LCCollegeNow@frontrange.edu

Interested in a career in Law Enforcement? Larimer County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 909 Open House on Monday, September 17 at 7:00-8:00 PM at 2501 Midpoint Drive in Fort Collins. For students between the ages of 15 1⁄2 and 20 years old. At the open house, you can ask current Explorer Scouts about their involvement in the community and within LCSO. Parents can talk with the Advisors of Explorer Post 909. Additional information about Explorer Post 909 is available at https://bit.ly/2LGi120 Explorer Post 909 applications are available at http://bit.ly/1Pw0SVw

 

Week of September 4

Drama Club:

-If you are interested in joining Drama Club, it meets every Monday after school in the auditorium. Please see Mrs. Thompson in room 343 for more information.

-Interested in working in technical theatre? Join drama club everyday after school in the main auditorium to learn about light design, sound design, set construction, painting, and more. Contact Mrs.Thompson in room 343 for more information

DECA/FBLA Kick off Meeting tomorrow (Wed, Sept 5) at lunch in the mini theater!  Free root beer floats and $1 pizza slices.

Bike Club:

If you are interested in joining bike club our first meeting will be next Tuesday the 11th in room 412 during lunch.  See Mr. Callahan in room 412 for more information.

 

-Students that are interested in joining the Rocky Environmental Club, please come to an informational meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 512.  Snacks will be provided. See Ms. Bucko if you have questions.

Attention: Senior National Honor Society members. Our first member meeting will be Wednesday, September 12th at lunch in the multi-purpose room. Check out the NHS bulletin board for service events already scheduled

Fall Baseball Meeting: Anyone interested in playing Fall Baseball, we will have a meeting at 3:00 pm in Room 606 Thursday September 6th. This is for Players, parents do not need to attend.

Interested in learning more about a career in Cosmetology or Architecture/Construction?  If so, join us for the following career tours:

Cosmetology Tour: Thursday, Sept. 27 from 7:45am - Noon

Architecture/Construction Tour: Thursday, October 11 from 7:45am - Noon

Permission forms are in the College and Career Center (225). Only 14 spots available! Turn in your completed permission forms to Mr. Papp in 225.

 

Are you interested in participating in Unified Cheer?

Please mark your calendars to attend a parent meeting on

Wednesday September 5th

at 7:30 PM

in the Media Center

Please see Mrs. Stelzer if you have any questions.

 

Military Academy Information Night Wednesday, September 5th 6:00-7:00 PM at the Fossil Ridge HS Round House. This information session is open to all grades and there will be an overview of the academies and information on how you receive a nomination from a Senator or Congressperson. Details at https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XxnnGXFs68EFSm3RXMbHbaUPFFXzJq6c/view?usp=sharing

Senior/Parent Planning and Financial Aid Night on Wednesday, September 12 7:00 PM in the Auditorium (in conjunction with Parent/Teacher conferences.  Please come early if you want to have a conference with teachers). This program will provide an overview of what seniors need to do this year to prepare to enroll at community college, tech school, or university after graduation, as well as information to prepare for the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)—the primary source of funding for many students—which is available October 1.

Topics include the application process, transcripts, searching for scholarships, and RMHS tools and support opportunities for senior year.

 

College Admissions Reps visit students at Rocky throughout the year. Most college rep visits take 30-60 minutes and are a great opportunity to learn about a college and get your questions answered without traveling to a college campus. Coming up:

·         Nebraska Wesleyan University on Tuesday, September 4 at 9:30

·         Fort Lewis College on Wednesday, September 5 at 10:30

 

Interested in earning college credit through FRCC while at Rocky?  Get details at the fall College Now information session on Wednesday, September 12 at 5:30-6:30PM in the Long’s Peak Student Center at FRCC. Learn about the College Now programs which allow students to enroll in FRCC college classes for both high school and college credit, and tuition is paid for by the school district. Programs include Career Pathways, High School Select, and Campus Select. Questions? Please contact the College Now department at 204-8370 or LCCollegeNow@frontrange.edu

 

Interested in helping plan Homecoming?  Join us at the first Student Council member meeting this Thursday, September 6 at lunch in Room 344.  Pizza will be available for $1/slice!

 

The first Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) meeting will be tomorrow, September 5 in room 337 at lunch.  Free ice cream will be provided to all who attend to learn all about the many things FCCLA has to offer!

Scholarship opportunity for senior girls. PEO Star Scholarship. This is a highly competitive one-time $2500 scholarship recognizing graduating senior women who demonstrate outstanding leadership, academic achievement, extracurricular activities and community service.  Women who qualify (GPA 3.0 or higher, citizen or legal permanent resident of the US or Canada, plan to attend an accredited educational institution in the US or Canada in the fall of 2019) and are interested should submit a cover letter and résumé to Bettie Wygant at bwygantftc@gmail.com no later than midnight, Thursday, September 19. In the cover letter, the application should provide information about herself including past achievements and future goals and aspirations. This information will be reviewed by local P.E.O. Chapters who will then select which applications to sponsor for the scholarship.

WRESTLING SKILLS DROP INS

Drop-ins are voluntary skill sessions that begin on Sept. 10 through Nov. 1, every Monday/Tu/Wed/Thursday from 3:15-5:00 pm.

No physical paperwork/orange permit to practice card is required for the above skill sessions.

For more info please contact Coach Brad Hargreaves.

Head Coach - Brad Hargreaves

work phone # - 970-488-7094

bhargrea@psdschools.org

 

NAHS (National Art Honor Society)

Calling everyone that has love for art!

The NAHS officers will be holding its first meeting of the year:

Friday September 7th

Lunch

In the Art Department room 533

Come find out what it’s all about!

Week of August 27

RMHS DANCE TEAM FALL TRYOUTS – Aug. 29!

If you love to dance and love to support your school , please join us at our 2018 Fall Tryout! Dance background isn't required but is preferred. We perform at all home football games and basketball games. Along with competing in multiple Colorado Dance Team Competitions.  We would love to see you at Fall tryout! For tryout packet stop by the main office/athletic desk!  You will need a “permit to practice” card before you tryout!

BE SURE TO READ ENTIRE PACKET THOROUGHLY!  If this is your first time trying out, be sure to obtain a "permit to practice" card from the RMHS Athletic Secretary - Rosalyn Seale, in Rocky's Main Office, BEFORE you participate in trying out.

Contact:  Carlie Morken, rmdanceteam970@gmail.com

 

August 30th Parent Meeting CANCELLED!

Boys Lacrosse

Parent Meeting

Due to unforeseen circumstances we need to cancel the Parent Meeting scheduled at Rocky on August 30th.  We are terribly sorry to postpone, but we will notify you as soon as we are able to secure another date.

In the meantime, Coach Alfieri is looking forward to meeting with each player and his parent(s) or guardian individually over the next two weeks. If you haven’t already done so, please visit the Sign Up link below to schedule a 15 minute time slot to meet your new head coach and discuss plans and expectations for high school lacrosse this year.

Thank your for your understanding.

Lobo Lax Boosters

www.SignUpGenius.com/go/70A0D4AACA722A2FD0-playerparent

SPEECH AND DEBATE INTEREST MEETINGS THIS WEEK!

If you like acting, arguing, or speaking, then you definitely should check out speech and debate! Whether you’re super confident in your public speaking, or just want to work on it, all skill levels are welcome on Rocky’s competitive and successful speech and debate team. Come to one of the interest meetings in room 404 this Thursday or Friday at lunch to learn more! Free ice cream will be provided for all who come! For more information, contact Mr. De Maret in room 404.

DRAMA CLUB

-Rocky’s Drama Club will be holding auditions this week for the fall play, Charley’s Aunt. Auditions will take place on Wednesday August, 29 at 3pm. in the main auditorium. Come prepared with a 1 minute memorized monologue. For additional information contact Mrs. Thompson in room 343.  

-Interested in working in technical theatre? Join drama club everyday after school in the main auditorium to learn about light design, sound design, set construction, painting, and more. Contact Mrs.Thompson in room 343 for more information.

 

Week of August 20, 2018

Juniors and Seniors in FRCC Career Pathways courses---if you need bussing to campus or to FRHS, be sure to complete the form at https://www.psdschools.org/sites/default/files/PSD/Career_Pathways_Transportation_Application.pdf  or stop by Student Services to get a form.  You cannot ride the bus to your Career Pathways class until your application has been approved by the district.

Register now for the SAT test on October 6.  Registration is at collegeboard.org and is open until September 7. The October SAT is a great opportunity for seniors to improve their scores before college/scholarship deadlines, take the SAT Subject test,  or even for juniors to get a jump start. Fee waivers are available in Student Services for students who qualify for F/R lunch.

Pitzer College Fall Diversity Program for seniors from underrepresented backgrounds is all-expense-paid and includes round-trip transportation to Claremont, CA, housing and meals. The application is due on Monday, August 27, 2018, and requires an essay as well as a copy of the student's high school transcript through their junior year. More information and application are here: Pitzer Fall Diversity Program

 

RMHS DANCE TEAM FALL TRYOUTS – Aug. 29!

If you love to dance and love to support your school , please join us at our 2018 Fall Tryout! Dance background isn't required but is preferred. We perform at all home football games and basketball games. Along with competing in multiple Colorado Dance Team Competitions.  We would love to see you at Fall tryout! For tryout packet stop by the main office/athletic desk!

BE SURE TO READ ENTIRE PACKET THOROUGHLY!  If this is your first time trying out, be sure to obtain a "permit to practice" card from the RMHS Athletic Secretary - Rosalyn Seale, in Rocky's Main Office, BEFORE you participate in trying out.

Contact:  Carlie Morken, rmdanceteam970@gmail.com

WRESTLING TEAM RUMMAGE SALE!

The wrestling team will be holding a Rummage Sale Saturday August 25th from 8am -2pm in the Kindercare parking lot (corner of Shield & Rocky Mtn Way). If you have any quality items you are looking to get rid of please consider donating them. Everything that doesn't sell will be taken to ARC.  Also, stop by on that Saturday there will also be food items for sell including Grandma Hargreaves famous salsa and peanut brittle! Thanks for your continued support of our wrestlers!

 

First Lacrosse Meeting of School Year Aug 30 7-9pm  RMHS Media Center(library)

Come to our first Player/ Parent Meeting of the year and formally meet Coach Domenic Alfieri.  We have a welcome meeting from 7-8pm where Coach will lay out his off season plans and expectations.  We will also have a question and answer session and help you get signed up for our skills session this Fall and Winter.  Players and parents can sign up for team groupme and emails. We need multi-sport athletes or parents to attend as well!

From 8-9pm Lobo Lax Boosters will have a Freshman Player and Family Orientation.  We will discuss what to expect in terms of fees, equipment, study habits and practices in the off season and Spring.  We will share tips with you to thrive in high school and start your college lacrosse search if you are headed in that direction.  It’s not mandatory, but it’s not to be missed! For questions please email Greg Evans at lobolaxgreg@gmail.com

Want to get involved? We are looking for awesome parents to join our boosters board now, especially from the freshman class!  If you are cool, play well with others and used to making life-altering decisions, join us! lobolaxgreg@gmail.com for details.

DRAMA CLUB

-Want to join DRAMA CLUB? We have an informational meeting this Thursday, August 23rd  after school in the COURTYARD. Join us for games, important information on auditions, and FREE ICE CREAM!

-Rocky’s Drama Club will be holding auditions for the fall play; Charley’s Aunt. Auditions will be Tuesday, August 29 at 3 p.m. in the auditorium.  Please bring a one minute memorized monologue.

For more information contact Mrs. Thompson in room 343.

Week of May, 29

GRADES 9-11:  You received your 2nd semester checkout sheet in your homeroom last Wednesday, May 23rd.  A teacher signature is required for all 4Q classes, including any class dropped.  Please have teacher initial next to their room number that books have been returned.  All fees must be paid & books, calculators & laptops must be returned.   A signature or stamp is required from the Media Center & teacher, administrator or custodian for locker check.   Parents only need to sign if you are not returning for the 18-19 school year to Rocky. If you are not returning, you will need to turn in your charger.  

If you do not have a homeroom, pick up your checkout sheet from the attendance window starting on the 23rd.

Tomorrow Wednesday, May 30th turn in your completed checkout sheet to your 2nd period teacher.  If you do not have a 2nd period, check out with an administrator or Christi Geist in the front office 2nd period.

SPRING ATHLETIC PROGRAM SURVEY - PLEASE COMPLETE BY JUNE 1 (BEFORE MR. MODDELMOG RETIRES)

Parents - did your son or daughter participate in a spring sport at Rocky Mountain HS?  If so, the Athletic Department would like your anonymous feedback on the season. Click the following link to access survey and provide feedback on the sport your student participated in:  http://bit.ly/2018parentspringsurvey

Athletes l- Did you participate in a spring sport at Rocky Mountain HS?  If so, the Athletic Department would like your anonymous feedback on the season.  Click the following link to access survey and provide feedback on the sport you participated in:  http://bit.ly/2018springathletesurvey

Surveys closed June 1!

JUNIOR ATHLETES:  Don’t forget to send a transcript to NCAA before you leave.

Have a great summer!

BOYS SOCCER SUMMER INFO: Summer info, click here

2018 - FOOTBALL SPRING-SUMMER INFO - For info, click here

RMHS Football Technique Camp 2018 Brochure  - Click here For  Camp Brochure

ROCKY BOYS BASKETBALL CAMP FOR BOYS 3RD-8TH GRADE - June 11-14, 10-Noon

Click here for Camp Brochure

FIELD HOCKEY SUMMER INFO:  CLICK HERE!

Week of May, 21

SENIORS:  You will receive your final checkout sheet in your homeroom TODAY.  A teacher signature is required for all 4Q classes, including any class dropped.  Please have teacher initial next to their room number that books have been returned.  All fees must be paid & books, calculators, laptops & chargers must be returned.   A signature or stamp is required from the Media Center, Leah Kapral that senior survey has been completed & teacher, administrator or custodian for locker check.

This Thursday, May 24th from 11:15am-12:00pm turn in your completed checkout sheet to the counselors in the Media Center.  A COMPLETED CHECKOUT SHEET MUST BE TURNED IN BEFORE YOU RECEIVE A DIPLOMA OR PARTICIPATE IN GRADUATION.  If you do not have a homeroom you may pick up your checkout sheet from the attendance window.

Congratulations Class of 2018!

GRADES 9-11:  You will receive your 2nd semester checkout sheet in your homeroom on Wednesday, May 23rd.  A teacher signature is required for all 4Q classes, including any class dropped.  Please have teacher initial next to their room number that books have been returned.  All fees must be paid & books, calculators & laptops must be returned.   A signature or stamp is required from the Media Center & teacher, administrator or custodian for locker check.   Parents only need to sign if you are not returning for the 18-19 school year to Rocky. If you are not returning, you will need to turn in your charger.

If you do not have a homeroom, pick up your checkout sheet from the attendance window starting on the 23rd.

On Wednesday, May 30th turn in your completed checkout sheet to your 2nd period teacher. If you do not have a 2nd period, check out with an administrator or Christi Geist in the front office 2nd period.

JUNIOR ATHLETES:  Don’t forget to send a transcript to NCAA before you leave.

Have a great summer!

STATE BASEBALL POSTPONED DUE TO FORECAST.....TILL MONDAY, MAY 21 & 22:

BASEBALL CONTINUES JOURNEY @ STATES ON MONDAY, MAY 21 @ NOON!!!

Due to impending weather forecast for Friday & Saturday, the State Baseball Tourney has been postponed.  For more info go to:  http://chsaanow.com/2018-05-17/3a-state-baseball-tournament-schedule-changed-to-avoid-rain-this-weekend/

Due to construction on site and limited parking, the game times for the baseball playoff games at All-City Field have been adjusted to help open parking for all teams participating in the games. The following are the changes that have been made:                                                              

Monday, May 21

9:00 a.m. – Mountain Vista vs. Arapahoe
Noon – Rocky Mountain vs. Cherokee Trail
3:00 p.m. – Winners of those two games

Tuesday, May 22

9:00 a.m. – Loser Game 3 vs. Loser Game 4
Noon – Loser Game 5 vs. Winner Game 8
3:00 p.m. – Winner Game 5 vs. Winner Game 6

Please notify your parents and community of these changes (they are posted on CHSAANow.com) and encourage them to arrive early for those game times. Parking will be available in the east side of the facility, Independence Park, neighborhood streets and the Denver South High School parking lots.

This is a CHSAA Event and Admission Prices are $8.00 for Adults, $7.00 for K-12/Seniors (60+)!

LET'S GO BO'S!!

SOFTBALL INFO MEETING - TODAY, 6:30 PM IN RMHS MEDIA CENTER

Girls interested in playing softball this fall for Rocky should plan to attend, along with a parent, an info meeting on Monday, May 21 at 6:30 pm in the RMHS Media Center.  Info on summer workouts, the new 23 game fall schedule, try-outs, camps, etc... will be given then.

Summer School packets are now available.  Summer school will be held from June 6th through July 3rd at Rocky Mountain High School.  Stop by Student Services and see your counselor or Mrs. McCoy for more information.

2018 - FOOTBALL SPRING-SUMMER INFO - For info, click here

RMHS Football Technique Camp 2018 Brochure  - Click here For  Camp Brochure

FIELD HOCKEY SUMMER INFO:  CLICK HERE!

SECOND CHEER TRYOUT - MAY 22!!

Students interested in trying out for the Rocky Cheer team but missed the first round are invited to the second round on May 22 from 5-7:00 pm in the Aux. Gym.  Be sure to read tryout packet thoroughly and pick up a “permit to practice” card before tryouts on May 22! For tryout packet, click here!

click here!CROSS COUNTRY INFO MEETING - MAY 24

An informational meeting about Fall Cross-country will be held on Thursday, May 24 from 3:00-4:00 PM in the Health Room, #606.  This meeting is for all athletes interested in Rocky cross-country. Coach Prasuhn will also share information about the summer conditioning program which is a great way to learn about the sport and to get in shape for the fall.

ROCKY BOYS BASKETBALL CAMP FOR BOYS 3RD-8TH GRADE - June 11-14, 10-Noon

Click here for Camp Brochure

Competitive Scholarship Information Session at RMHS tomorrow at lunch in the Media Center. Bring your own lunch, starts promptly at 11:00. Primarily targeted for current sophomores and juniors (freshmen are welcome). Get information from a Boettcher Scholar Ambassador about being ready for highly competitive scholarships, including (but not limited to) Boettcher (full ride in the state of Colorado!).

NHS Seniors who have paid dues and have turned in a completed passport that have not yet picked up a blue/gold tassel for graduation may do so by seeing Mr Mierzwa in 528 in the afternoons this week

New Scholarship for Fort Collins Seniors: AAUW of Fort Collins. Due June 1. AAUW Fort Collins Branch has a $500 scholarship for a student going to Colorado State University, and a $500 scholarship for a student going to Front Range Community College. Applicants must have a 3.0 GPA or higher. Application and Essay are both submitted online. https://fortcollins-co.aauw.net/scholarship/

Week of May, 14

Summer School packets are now available.  Summer school will be held from June 6th through July 3rd at Rocky Mountain High School.  Stop by Student Services and see your counselor or Mrs. McCoy for more information.

2018 - FOOTBALL SPRING-SUMMER INFO - For info, click here

RMHS Football Technique Camp 2018 Brochure  - Click here For  Camp Brochure

FIELD HOCKEY SUMMER INFO:  CLICK HERE!

BOYS TENNIS INFO MEETING ON MAY 16 - Boys interested in playing tennis for Rocky should plan to attend a brief info meeting  (½ hour) in Coach Thompson’s room #342 at 3:30 pm. See you then!

GYMNASTICS INFORMATIONAL MEETING ON MAY 16 AT ROCKY!

Girls interested in competing in gymnastics for Rocky should attend an informational meeting about the 2018 season May 16th at 6 pm in Room 606. This is highly encouraged to attend for both athletes and parents, especially if new to Rocky Gymnastics, if an athlete wants to be a part of the team this season. Any questions can be emailed to Coach Jaia at jsattler928@hotmail.com.

SOFTBALL INFO MEETING - MAY 21, 6:30 PM IN RMHS MEDIA CENTER

Girls interested in playing softball this fall for Rocky should plan to attend, along with a parent, an info meeting on Monday, May 21 at 6:30 pm in the RMHS Media Center.  Info on summer workouts, the new 23 game fall schedule, try-outs, camps, etc... will be given then.

SECOND CHEER TRYOUT - MAY 22!!

Students interested in trying out for the Rocky Cheer team but missed the first round are invited to the second round on May 22 from 5-7:00 pm in the Aux. Gym.  Be sure to read tryout packet thoroughly and pick up a “permit to practice” card before tryouts on May 22! For tryout packet,

CROSS COUNTRY INFO MEETING - MAY 24

An informational meeting about Fall Cross-country will be held on Thursday, May 24 from 3:00-4:00 PM in the Health Room, #606.  This meeting is for all athletes interested in Rocky cross-country. Coach Prasuhn will also share information about the summer conditioning program which is a great way to learn about the sport and to get in shape for the fall.

ROCKY BOYS BASKETBALL CAMP FOR BOYS 3RD-8TH GRADE - June 11-14, 10-Noon

Click here for Camp Brochure

Competitive Scholarship Information Session at RMHS. Tuesday, May 22 at lunch in the Media Center. Bring your own lunch, starts promptly at 11:00. Primarily targeted for current sophomores and juniors (freshmen are welcome). Get information from a Boettcher Scholar Ambassador about being ready for highly competitive scholarships, including (but not limited to) Boettcher (full ride in the state of Colorado!).

Congrats to the Rocky Club Hockey Team! They won their division championship game last night. The last time Rocky was in a championship game was 2009. Great job Rocky Hockey!

 

Week of May, 7

Summer School packets are now available.  Summer school will be held from June 6th through July 3rd at Rocky Mountain High School.  Stop by Student Services and see your counselor or Mrs. McCoy for more information.

2018 - FOOTBALL SPRING-SUMMER INFO - For info, click here

RMHS Football Technique Camp 2018 Brochure  - Click here For  Camp Brochure

FIELD HOCKEY SUMMER INFO:  CLICK HERE!

GYMNASTICS INFORMATIONAL MEETING ON MAY 16 AT ROCKY!

Girls interested in competing in gymnastics for Rocky should attend an informational meeting about the 2018 season May 16th at 6 pm in Room 606. This is highly encouraged to attend for both athletes and parents, especially if new to Rocky Gymnastics, if an athlete wants to be a part of the team this season. Any questions can be emailed to Coach Jaia at jsattler928@hotmail.com.

SECOND CHEER TRYOUT - MAY 22!!

Students interested in trying out for the Rocky Cheer team but missed the first round are invited to the second round on May 22 from 5-7:00 pm in the Aux. Gym.  Be sure to read tryout packet thoroughly and pick up a “permit to practice” card before tryouts on May 22! For tryout packet, click here!

Week of April, 30

SECOND - 2018 - 2019 DANCE TEAM TRYOUT - APRIL 30, MAY 1 AND MAY 3!!

A second set of dance team tryouts for the 2018-2019 school year dance team will take place on

April 30, May 1 and May 3, 4-6:30 pm in the RMHS Multi-Purpose Room.

For Revised Tryout Packet info,CLICK HERE!

ONCE AGAIN, BE SURE TO READ ENTIRE PACKET THOROUGHLY!  If this is your first time trying out, be sure to obtain a "permit to practice" card from the RMHS Athletic Secretary - Rosalyn Seale, in Rocky's Main Office, BEFORE you participate in trying out.

Contact:  Carlie Morken, rmdanceteam970@gmail.com

GYMNASTICS INFORMATIONAL MEETING ON MAY 16 AT ROCKY!

Girls interested in competing in gymnastics for Rocky should attend an informational meeting about the 2018 season May 16th at 6 pm in Room 606. This is highly encouraged to attend for both athletes and parents, especially if new to Rocky Gymnastics, if an athlete wants to be a part of the team this season. Any questions can be emailed to Coach Jaia at jsattler928@hotmail.com.

SECOND CHEER TRYOUT - MAY 22!!

Students interested in trying out for the Rocky Cheer team but missed the first round are invited to the second round on May 22 from 5-7:00 pm in the Aux. Gym.  Be sure to read tryout packet thoroughly and pick up a “permit to practice” card before tryouts on May 22! For tryout packet, click here!

Please join us at the 2nd ALSAS Signing on Wednesday, May 2 at 3:15 in the Media Center.  We will honor students who have earned full-tuition or greater scholarships for academics, leadership, service, and/or the arts.  Honorees include:

  • Joey Elson

  • Tristin Garner

  • Isabel Iwanski

  • Taylor Marzolf

  • John McLaurin

Summer School packets are now available.  Summer school will be held from June 6th through July 3rd at Rocky Mountain High School.  Stop by Student Services and see your counselor or Mrs. McCoy for more information.

2018 - FOOTBALL SPRING-SUMMER INFO - For info, click here

RMHS Football Technique Camp 2018 Brochure  - Click here For  Camp Brochure

Congratulations to the class of 2018 Torch Bearer candidates:  Christian Atherton, Rylee Bundy, Emily Carpenter, Herman Chavez, Teagan Liufau, and Kiley Towne.  Seniors, you will vote for Torch Bearer when you pick up your cap and gown on Thursday, May 3.

Students – It’s time to BUILD your schedule for NEXT year.  Juniors will have an appointment sometime between April 30-May 2, sophomores will have an appointment sometime between May 2 – May 8, and freshmen will have an appointment sometime between May 8-10.  All appointments are assigned and will be posted outside of Student Services.  If you miss your appointment, your counselor will build your schedule for you. Please bring your completed schedule worksheet to this appointment.  Directions on how to build your schedule were provided in homeroom on April 19. They can be accessed on the RM website. See you counselor with conflicts or questions

We will celebrate Senior Commitment Day on Tuesday, May 1st from 10:50-1:45 in the College and Career Center. Seniors, stop in to finish your commitments for next year, and celebrate! You can share your wisdom, show your gratitude, pose in the selfie station, grab and root beer float and put your tickets in the drawing for prizes. Wear college/military/work gear that represents your plans and earn an extra ticket!

Week of April, 23

Join us Saturday, April 28th for Rocky’s Second Annual Mini Musical Production. There will be one showing at 5 p.m. and one at 7:30 p.m. in the Mini Theatre. Tickets are $3. Join us on our journey through a lifetime of love.

Summer School packets are now available.  Summer school will be held from June 6th through July 3rd at Rocky Mountain High School.  Stop by Student Services and see your counselor or Mrs. McCoy for more information.

2018 - FOOTBALL SPRING-SUMMER INFO - For info, click here

RMHS Football Technique Camp 2018 Brochure  - Click here For  Camp Brochure

UNIFIED SOCCER TEAM PHOTOS - APRIL 24 AT 3:00

Team photos will take place on French Field on Tuesday, April 24 at 3:00 pm.  Team members must have uniform, completed picture packet and payment at time of photo shoot.

Congratulations to the class of 2018 Torch Bearer candidates:  Christian Atherton, Rylee Bundy, Emily Carpenter, Herman Chavez, Teagan Liufau, and Kiley Towne.  Seniors, you will vote for Torch Bearer when you pick up your cap and gown on Thursday, May 3.

Week of April 16

Summer School packets are now available.  Summer school will be held from June 6th through July 3rd at Rocky Mountain High School.  Stop by Student Services and see your counselor or Mrs. McCoy for more information.

Hey juniors and sophomores, are you interested in being a Link Leader next year?  You MUST attend one information session to pick up an application.  Sessions will be: April 17 @ lunch and after school. All Link Leader info sessions will be held in Student Services and last about 20 minutes.

2018 - 2019 DANCE TEAM TRYOUTS - APRIL 16, 17 & 19TH

Tryouts for the 2018-2019 school year dance team will take place on April 16, 17 & 19th, 4-6:30 pm in the RMHS Multi-Purpose Room.

For Tryout Packet info, click here!

2018 – 2019 RMHS Cheer Team Tryouts – April 17-19

CHEER CLINIC – APRIL 17 & 18 – 3-5:30 pm in RMHS Aux. Gym

CHEER TRYOUTS – APRIL 19 – 3-5:30 pm in the RMHS Aux. Gym

For REVISED Tryout Packet info, click here!  BE SURE TO READ ENTIRE PACKET THOROUGHLY!

VOLLEYBALL INFO MEETING FOR PLAYERS/PARENTS - THURSDAY, APRIL 19 @ 6:30 PM

All girls interested in playing volleyball for Rocky (incoming freshman included) should plan to attend, along with a parent, an info meeting on Thursday, April 19 at 6:30 pm in the RMHS Media Center.  Important summer and season info will be given out then.

Questions - Contact Coach Gainley, ggainley@psdschools.org

GUIDING THE COLLEGE-BOUND ATHLETE SEMINAR - APRIL 18 @ 7:30 PM.

Parents/Athletes...The National Acclaimed program "Guiding the College-Bound Athlete," is coming to Rocky Mtn HS Auditorium on Wed, April 18 at 7:30 pm.  Please see attached information and plan to come to this seminar.

Ethan Fischer, the presenter, is a former Poudre athlete who played college basketball.  He is providing this presentation free to all of the PSD schools. He has already presented at Poudre and Ft Collins and the reviews have been great.  Click here for the seminar flyer.

2018 - FOOTBALL SPRING-SUMMER INFO - For info, click here

RMHS Football Technique Camp 2018 Brochure  - Click here For  Camp Brochure

UNIFIED SOCCER TEAM PHOTOS - APRIL 24 AT 3:00

Team photos will take place on French Field on Tuesday, April 24 at 3:00 pm.  Team members must have uniform, completed picture packet and payment at time of photo shoot.

Week of April, 9

Concurrent Enrollment Applications are Here!  Fall 2018 Concurrent Enrollment application packets for Front Range Community College are now available in Student Services.  Interested students must attend a New Student Orientation on April 16th from 6-7:30pm. Applications are due no later than Friday, May 18th .  See Mrs. McCoy or your counselor for assistance.

Summer School packets are now available.  Summer school will be held from June 6th through July 3rd at Rocky Mountain High School.  Stop by Student Services and see your counselor or Mrs. McCoy for more information.

VOLLEYBALL INFO MEETING FOR PLAYERS/PARENTS - THURSDAY, APRIL 19 @ 6:30 PM

All girls interested in playing volleyball for Rocky (incoming freshman included) should plan to attend, along with a parent, an info meeting on Thursday, April 19 at 6:30 pm in the RMHS Media Center.  Important summer and season info will be given out then.

Questions - Contact Coach Gainley, ggainley@psdschools.org

Hey juniors and sophomores:  are you interested in being a Link Leader next year?  You MUST attend one information session to pick up an application.  Sessions will be: April 17 @ lunch and after school. All Link Leader info sessions will be held in Student Services and last about 20 minutes.

Week of April, 2

ASCENT APPLICANTS:  Your completed packets are due to Mrs. McCoy in Student Services THIS Friday, April 6th.

Concurrent Enrollment Applications are Here!  Fall 2018 Concurrent Enrollment application packets for Front Range Community College are now available in Student Services.  Interested students must attend a New Student Orientation on April 16th from 6-7:30pm. Applications are due no later than Friday, May 18th .  See Mrs. McCoy or your counselor for assistance.

Summer School packets are now available.  Summer school will be held from June 6th through July 3rd at Rocky Mountain High School.  Stop by Student Services and see your counselor or Mrs. McCoy for more information.

VOLLEYBALL INFO MEETING FOR PLAYERS/PARENTS - THURSDAY, APRIL 19 @ 6:30 PM

All girls interested in playing volleyball for Rocky (incoming freshman included) should plan to attend, along with a parent, an info meeting on Thursday, April 19 at 6:30 pm in the RMHS Media Center.  Important summer and season info will be given out then.

Questions - Contact Coach Gainley, ggainley@psdschools.org

“Hey Bos!

Another fundraiser is coming around the corner to support the Lobo Fund daring homerooms. Go to the Highlighter and attached to the bring ‘bos together week story there is a survey we are asking all students to take. This survey will begin a fundraising process for the Lobo Fund taking place during bring ‘bos together week! It’s free and takes only 3 minutes! So after the pledge today if you want to participate, make sure to go to the Highlighter and take a minute to fill out this survey!

Thanks Bos!”

Week of March, 26

Report Cards are now available to view on StudentVue and ParentVue.   Report Cards are no longer printed out & distributed so please make sure you log into your account to view your grades.

ASCENT APPLICANTS:  Your completed packets are due to Mrs. McCoy in Student Services NEXT Friday, April 6th.

Concurrent Enrollment Applications are Here!  Fall 2018 Concurrent Enrollment application packets for Front Range Community College are now available in Student Services.  Interested students must attend a New Student Orientation on either March 29th or April 16th.   Applications are due no later than Friday, May 18th .  See Mrs. McCoy or your counselor for assistance

Summer School packets are now available.  Summer school will be held from June 6th through July 3rd at Rocky Mountain High School.  Stop by Student Services and see your counselor or Mrs. McCoy for more information.

VOLLEYBALL MEETING - MONDAY, MARCH 26 @ 3:00 PM IN ROOM 513

Rocky girls interested in playing volleyball for Rocky should plan to attend an important meeting on Monday, March 26 at 3:00 pm in Room 513.

Junior Students,

The state SAT will be held Tuesday, April 10th at RMHS.  All Juniors will take this free college admissions and state test.  Juniors have the option of filling out an interest questionnaire prior to taking the test.  The questionnaire will take about an hour and College Board will use the results to connect student information to colleges and other organizations.  Again, this questionnaire is optional.  If you choose to complete it, you may receive many unsolicited emails from colleges and other organizations.  If you would like to complete it, you must return a form signed by both parent and student to one of the questionnaire sessions.  The form is in your email. Questionnaire sessions are either Wednesday, March 28th from 8:00-9:00 am in room 305 OR Thursday, March 29th from 3:00-4:00 in room 221 (behind the library).  All students will be bubbling in name/address information as well as selecting up to four colleges to send their scores to for free on the day of the test.  Please see your counselor with any questions.

Senior Students  

The mandatory Senior/Parent meeting will be held Wednesday, April 4, 2018 and start promptly at 7:00 pm in the main gym.  Senior bulletins will be ready for pick up beginning at 6:30 p.m. that evening. At this meeting, we will be sharing important information regarding graduation events.  Your student’s senior bulletin is full of graduation information and important for you to keep. Senior bulletins cannot be picked up by siblings or friends, only a parent/guardian or the senior student.  Please call Erin Murray with questions, 970-488-7015.

The Senior Class Panoramic Pictures will be taken on Wednesday, April 4th at 6:30 PM in the gym. This is the ONLY time pictures will be taken of the whole Senior class, so please make sure your student is in school and on time for this special event. Students will receive order forms on picture day.  The order deadline for the best price will be Sunday, April 8th. Additional information is available at www.BestClassPicture.com

RMHS Dance Team Pre-Tryout Clinic 2018-2019

MARCH 26TH

4PM – 6:30PM

MPR AT ROCKY MTN. HS

Come join us for the pre-tryout clinic at Rocky for the Varsity Dance Team Clinic will include, technique, tricks, Q&A's and time with Coaches to get together everything you need to know for tryouts in April.

Official Tryouts will take place on April 16, 17 and 19th.

Attire: Please wear all black, no long pants, no large logos, hair tied back at all times, and NO gum

Please have appropriate footwear; I.e sneakers, or jazz shoes

Shoes must be worn at all times: Socks/Bare feet are unacceptable

NO forms needed for clinic.

All physical paperwork will be required before athlete tryouts by April 16th!

Coaches Info:

Head Coach: Carlie Morken

Carliemorken8@gmail.com

Assistant Coach: Tessa Gress

tessagress@gmail.com

Week of March, 19

FALL AND WINTER ATHLETIC PROGRAM SURVEY - PLEASE COMPLETE BY MARCH 23!

Parents - Did your son or daughter participate in a FALL and/or WINTER sport at Rocky Mountain HS?  If so, the athletic department would like your anonymous feedback on the season. Click the link below to access survey and provide feedback on the sport your student participated in: http://bit.ly/2018PARENTSURVEY

Athletes - Did you participate in a FALL and/or WINTER sport at Rocky Mountain HS?  If so, the athletic department would like your anonymous feedback on the season. Click the below link to access the survey and provide feedback on the sport you participated in: http://bit.ly/2018ATHLETEsurvey

Concurrent Enrollment Applications are Here!  Fall 2018 Concurrent Enrollment application packets for Front Range Community College are now available in Student Services.  Interested students must attend a New Student Orientation on either March 29th or April 16th.   Applications are due no later than Friday, May 18th .  See Mrs. McCoy or your counselor for assistance

Week of February, 26

GIRLS LACROSSE PRESEASON INFO

Tryouts:
When: February 26-28, 4-6pm
Where: Rocky Mountain High School Girls Lacrosse Field
Who: Any player wanting to participate in girls lacrosse this season. There are no cuts, it is just to determine junior varsity and varsity
Cost: Free

Official Practice:
Begins March 1st 4-6pm at Rocky Mountain High SchooL
(Will be M-F 4-6pm every day after this)

Player/parent meeting at Rocky:  March 5 at 6pm

GIRLS TENNIS PRESEASON INFO:

Player Information Meeting is Friday January 19 3:00pm in Health Room. Pre-season conditioning workouts will be Tuesdays & Thursdays 3:00-4:15pm, January 23-February 14. Tuesdays meet in the Multi-Purpose Room, Thursdays meet outside the weight room. Pre-season camp will be held February 15-16 and 20-23, on-court (weather permitting).

If you weren't able to make the meeting, see following link for info that was handed out:  GIRLS TENNIS 2018 GENERAL INFO SHEET

Lobo Boys Lacrosse

Attention all boys interested in playing on the Fort Collins Lacrosse team, The Rocky Mountain Lobos.  Preseason Camp on Feb. 20-22 from 5:30-7:30 pm on French Field.  Tryouts are February 26th, 27th, and 28th from 5:30-7:30 pm on French Field.  Be sure to have your orange "permit to practice" card by Feb. 26th in order to tryout.  Permit is given once all appropriate paperwork and fees have been paid.

Anyone interested is also welcome to our weights and stick skills workouts on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30-7:30 in the Rocky Mountain High School weight room. Players will need their own equipment for the stick skills portion of the workouts.

For more information, please visit www.lobolax.com.

Optional Winter Workouts for Softball - Jan. 31-Feb. 28

Monday and Fridays at 6am

Wednesdays at 7:30am

In the weight room- enter through the north athletic doors.

Freshmen - come to Guys and Dolls on Thursday night - why - it will be a great show, AND you get discount tickets AND refreshments at intermission.  You must pre-purchase tickets at the box office - Just bring your ID - and let them know you are a freshman and join us on the rocks on Thursday, March 1 at intermission.  Don’t miss out.

Week of February, 12

SENIOR NIGHT! Come support the girls basketball team this Thursday, February 15th for their last home game and senior night! The SAVAGE SIX seniors will be honored before the game at 6 PM.

CONGRATS TO THE WRESTLERS - Lobos finish 2nd in Regionals and qualify 10 for State next week!  Josh B and Alec 1st, Johnny 2nd, Lucas, Tate, Jake 3rd, Lance, Chris, Trey, Neil 4th, and Mac 5th! We are proud of all our guys!

STATE CHAMPIONS - JV WRESTLING

Congratulations to the JV Wrestling Team for taking 1st place at the State JV Wrestling Invite! JV State Champions for the 2nd year! Way to go Bo's!

GIRLS LACROSSE - Pre-season Skills and Conditioning Camp:
When: February 21-23, 4:00-6:00pm
Where: Rocky Mountain High School Lacrosse Field
Who: Anyone interested in trying out for season for the high school team
Cost: Free

Tryouts:
When: February 26-28, 4-6pm
Where: Rocky Mountain High School Girls Lacrosse Field
Who: Any player wanting to participate in girls lacrosse this season. There are no cuts, it is just to determine junior varsity and varsity
Cost: Free

Official Practice:
Begins March 1st 4-6pm at Rocky Mountain High SchooL
(Will be M-F 4-6pm every day after this)

Player/parent meeting at Rocky:  March 5 at 6pm

GIRLS TENNIS PRESEASON INFO:

Player Information Meeting is Friday January 19 3:00pm in Health Room. Pre-season conditioning workouts will be Tuesdays & Thursdays 3:00-4:15pm, January 23-February 14. Tuesdays meet in the Multi-Purpose Room, Thursdays meet outside the weight room. Pre-season camp will be held February 15-16 and 20-23, on-court (weather permitting).

If you weren't able to make the meeting, see following link for info that was handed out:  GIRLS TENNIS 2018 GENERAL INFO SHEET

Lobo Boys Lacrosse

Attention all boys interested in playing on the Fort Collins Lacrosse team, The Rocky Mountain Lobos.  Preseason Camp on Feb. 19-22 from 5:30-7:30 pm on French Field.  Tryouts are February 26th, 27th, and 28th from 5:30-7:30 pm on French Field.  Be sure to have your orange "permit to practice" card by Feb. 26th in order to tryout.  Permit is given once all appropriate paperwork and fees have been paid.

Anyone interested is also welcome to our weights and stick skills workouts on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30-7:30 in the Rocky Mountain High School weight room. Players will need their own equipment for the stick skills portion of the workouts.

For more information, please visit www.lobolax.com.

Optional Winter Workouts for Softball - Now thru Feb. 28

Monday and Fridays at 6am

Wednesdays at 7:30am

In the weight room- enter through the north athletic doors.

Monday and Fridays at 6am

Wednesdays at 7:30am

In the weight room- enter through the north athletic doors.

GIRLS SOCCER INFO:

CONDITIONING CAMP - FEB 19 - 23 FROM 3:15-4:30 PM ON THE GRASS SOCCER FIELD

TRYOUTS - FEB 26-28 FROM 3:15-5:00 PM

All players must have an orange card in order to participate in Conditioning Camp.  To obtain an orange card, all athletes must have their completed physical forms on file with the Athletic Secretary - Ms. Seale (located in the Main Office), paid the $120 Athletic Fee, AND, the $10 Try-out-T-shirt fee paid to the fee window by Friday, Feb. 16, in order to be eligible to participate in Conditioning Camp or Try-outs

Culture Fest Meeting: Monday, February 12th

During lunch    RM  309

We are looking for students or student groups who would like to have a booth at
Culture Fest this year!

The purpose of Culture Fest is to promote intercultural understanding and ensure
that Rocky is a safe place for students of all backgrounds. Booths will
represent different aspects of culture here at Rocky and around the world.

Culture Fest will be Thursday, April 26th. In order to participate, you must attend the
informational meeting on 2/12.  If you think you may be interested, please come to the meeting for more info.  Also, please sign up for our remind: text @cfestrmhs to 81010

Week of February, 5

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS - VARSITY WRESTLING!!

Congratulations to the entire Varsity Wrestling team as they are Conference Champions!  Special Congrats to Lucas Hefner as he is the 120 lb Conference Champion! Not only did we have an individual conference champion, but 10 of our wrestlers placed in the top 4 at Conference.  We are proud of you Bo’s!

UNIFIED BASKETBALL AND CHEER TEAM PHOTOS - FEB 7!

Unified basketball and cheer team photos will take place on Wednesday, Feb. 7 at 8:00 am in the Main Gym.

​ Athletes must have their uniform, completed picture packet and payment at time of photo shoot.  See link below for photo packet info.

Photo Packet

GIRLS TENNIS PRESEASON INFO:

Player Information Meeting is Friday January 19 3:00pm in Health Room. Pre-season conditioning workouts will be Tuesdays & Thursdays 3:00-4:15pm, January 23-February 14. Tuesdays meet in the Multi-Purpose Room, Thursdays meet outside the weight room. Pre-season camp will be held February 15-16 and 20-23, on-court (weather permitting).

If you weren't able to make the meeting, see following link for info that was handed out:  GIRLS TENNIS 2018 GENERAL INFO SHEET

GIRLS GOLF INFO MEETING - FEB 15 AT 7:00 PM

Girls interested in playing golf for RMHS, should plan to attend (preferably with a parent) a brief info meeting on Thursday, Feb. 15 at 7:00 pm in the RMHS Media Center.  For more info contact Coach Nickel at cnickel@psdschools.org. If you are unable to attend, but would like to reserve a spot for tryouts, please email Coach Nickel.

Lobo Boys Lacrosse

Attention all boys interested in playing on the Fort Collins Lacrosse team, The Rocky Mountain Lobos.  Preseason Camp on Feb. 19-22 from 5:30-7:30 pm on French Field.  Tryouts are February 26th, 27th, and 28th from 5:30-7:30 pm on French Field.  Be sure to have your orange "permit to practice" card by Feb. 26th in order to tryout.  Permit is given once all appropriate paperwork and fees have been paid.

Anyone interested is also welcome to our weights and stick skills workouts on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30-7:30 in the Rocky Mountain High School weight room. Players will need their own equipment for the stick skills portion of the workouts.

For more information, please visit www.lobolax.com.

Culture Fest Meeting: Monday, February 12th

During lunch    RM  309

We are looking for students or student groups who would like to have a booth at
Culture Fest this year!

The purpose of Culture Fest is to promote intercultural understanding and ensure
that Rocky is a safe place for students of all backgrounds. Booths will
represent different aspects of culture here at Rocky and around the world.

Culture Fest will be Thursday, April 26th. In order to participate, you must attend the
informational meeting on 2/12.  If you think you may be interested, please come to the meeting for more info.  Also, please sign up for our remind: text @cfestrmhs to 81010

Optional Winter Workouts for Softball - Now thru Feb. 28

Monday and Fridays at 6am

Wednesdays at 7:30am

In the weight room- enter through the north athletic doors.

Today is the start of National School Counseling Week. The school counseling staff, like everyone in our school, is here to make a difference in your life. We want to help you dream big and reach your stars. As Dr. Seuss says,

You're off to Great Places!
Today is your day!
Your mountain is waiting,
So... get on your way!
 

Our door is always open, and we are ready to help you. Nothing is too big or small for us. Thank you for celebrating National School Counseling Week with us.

Stay focused. Be kind. Be great!

Week of January, 29

Juniors: You have the opportunity to take a full length practice SAT on Saturday, February 24th.  Every junior will be taking the state SAT in April, and this is a great way to practice and get tips on what areas you may want to focus your studying on.  Most colleges also require a college entrance test for admissions.  The practice test will begin promptly at 7:30 am in the library on Saturday, February 24th and will end at 12:00.  At the end of the test, you will receive a score and we will show you how to use Khan Academy for test prep based on your results.  Please bring a laptop, charger, pencil, scratch paper, calculator, and any water or snacks you may want.  See your counselor with any questions.

SENIORS: Are you interested in having your 1st year of college tuition paid for by Poudre School District?  If you will have earned 12 college credits by the end of this year and are planning to attend Front Range Community College or AIMS Community College next year, the ASCENT program may be for you!  The deadline for completed packets is Friday, April 6, 2018, however there are steps that have earlier deadlines.  Stop by Student Services and see your counselor or Mrs. McCoy for more information.

Students –Pre-registration is here.  ALL pre-registration meetings will be on Thursday, February 1 in the Auditorium.  Juniors will be 1p, Sophomores will be 2p, and Freshmen will be 3p.                                Check the postings outside of Student Services for the time.  Don’t miss this very important meeting. See your counselor with questions.

DC SCHOLARS INTEREST MEETING - January 31st!!!

If you are interested in spending a week this summer in our nation’s capital, exploring the heart of our democracy bring some friends to our first interest meeting at lunch in Room 321 on January 31st.  The trip is for juniors or seniors with a passion for exploring our greatest cities and the study of our nation’s past and present!

GIRLS TENNIS PRESEASON INFO - If girls were unable to attend the girls tennis info meeting on 1/19, see info on the following link:  https://rmh.psdschools.org/athletics/sports-info/spring-season

Week of January, 22

SENIORS: Are you interested in having your 1st year of college tuition paid for by Poudre School District?  If you will have earned 12 college credits by the end of this year and are planning to attend Front Range Community College or AIMS Community College next year, the ASCENT program may be for you!  The deadline for completed packets is Friday, April 6, 2018, however there are steps that have earlier deadlines.  Stop by Student Services and see your counselor or Mrs. McCoy for more information.

BOYS SWIM/DIVE TEAM INFO MEETING - JANUARY 22

Boys interested in swimming/diving for Rocky Mountain should plan to attend an info meeting on Monday, Jan. 22 at Mulberry Pool (upstairs) at 3:30 pm!

Attention Seniors: Just a reminder that the Local Scholarship Packet is due this Wednesday, January 24th at 3:30. No late packets will be accepted. This is a great opportunity to apply for over 30 scholarships with a single application. If you have any questions, see Ms. Kapral in Student Services.

Seniors: Does the college you are applying to need a midyear transcript? If you are not sure, check your student portal on the website. See Ms. Kapral in Student Services if you have any questions or to have the transcript sent.

Students –Pre-registration is here.  ALL pre-registration meetings will be on Thursday, February 1 in the Auditorium.  Juniors will be 1p, Sophomores will be 2p, and Freshmen will be 3p.                                Check the postings outside of Student Services for the time.  Don’t miss this very important meeting. See your counselor with questions.