Mandatory Senior Parent Meetings
SENIOR PARENTS - Please mark your calendars to attend one of the following MANDATORY Parent Graduation/End of Year Information Meetings.
Meetings will be held Wednesday, March 13th @ 6:00 p.m., Thursday, March 14th @ 7:00 a.m., and Wednesday, March 20th @ 6:00 p.m. in the RHS auditorium.
Receive important information about the Senior Luncheon, Torch Assembly, Senior Awards, Graduation Practice, and Graduation.
Receive Senior Code of Conduct Agreement (MUST be completed in order to graduate).
Receive your student's obligation list at these meetings (MUST be completed in order to graduate).
Please note: The meetings scheduled for Wednesday, 3/13 @ 6:00 pm and Thursday, 3/14 @ 7:00 have been canceled. Please make sure to check your email and the Rampart website for any updates. We will hold an additional meeting Thursday, 3/21 @ 7:00 am in the auditorium.
After Prom Event
After Prom is an event for students to attend when prom is over (11:00 pm April 27 to 3:00 am April 28). After Prom tickets will be on sale during lunch April 23-26 and after school April 26. Remember that you must have an approved guest form submitted before you can purchase tickets if you are going to be bringing a guest that does not attend Rampart. Guest forms can be picked up and dropped off in room 218.
The After Prom committee is asking for parent volunteers via sign-up.com at http://signup.com/go/FVceqpw or click the button below. They are also asking for donations via PayForIt: under Schools, there is a link to the Rampart After Prom. Gift cards and cash are welcome.
***THIS YEAR: All parent volunteers need to be background checked in order to volunteer with students. If you have previously volunteered in D20 schools and have gone through this process please indicate when signing up. If you have not, please see Cathy in the office at Rampart to get the Colorado Bureau of Investigation background check paperwork to fill out. Once turned in it can take up to three weeks for approval. Please plan accordingly.***
Concurrent Enrollment Opportunities
Dear RHS Families,
Students that are interested in learning more about Concurrent Enrollment opportunities offered through Pikes Peak Community College or UCCS for the fall 2019 semester are invited to speak with Mrs. Lucero in the counselling office to discuss the application process, requirements, and course registration.
Concurrent Enrollment is appropriate for students that:
1. Maxed out of course offerings at Rampart High School
2. Would like to take a class in an academic area that is not offered at Rampart High School
3. Has met the prerequisite requirement for the course at PPCC or UCCS
4. Is able to incorporate the workload of a college class in addition to their high school classes
5. Is able to transport themselves to the college campus for their class each week
Additional information can also be found at https://20net.asd20.org/departments/learning_services/collegeandcareer/concurrentenrollment/SitePages/Home.aspx
Please the following pdf for additional information.
Fall 2019 CE Info Sheet.pdf
State Assessment Time
State Assessment time is around the corner. From PSAT/SAT to CMAS, and testing schedules to opting out, the following pdf will give you the information you need.
MEMORANDUM ASSESSMENT FOR RHS COMMUNITY Assesment 2019 FINAL 02252019.pdf
If you are trying to contact the Rampart Attendance office, you do not need to call the main line. Skip ahead and dial them directly at (719)234-2040 and (719)234-2041!
Bald 4 Bucks Fundraiser
Rampart has been busy at work raising funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to help bring hope to those in need. Please enjoy the following video explaining why Rampart High School staff, students, and community are so passionate about Bald 4 Bucks. If you are interested in donating to the cause, please visit our LLS donation site at:https://events.lls.org/pages/rm/RampartHighSchool-2019 .
Flu Illness Important Notice to Parents
A number of children who attend D-20 schools have been experiencing an influenza-like illness with symptoms of fever, headache and/or muscle aches, dry cough, sore throat, runny nose, and general fatigue. It is likely that seasonal flu (influenza) is the cause of these symptoms. People who live in the same home or share a common space like a classroom are much more likely to get the flu-like illness from each other. A flu shot and good hand washing is the best way to prevent the flu. If your child has not gotten a flu shot, it's not too late to get it. Exclude children with flu-like symptoms from childcare/school until at least 24 hours after they no longer have a fever without the use of medication.
Please see the following pdf for more information regarding signs & symptoms, how it is spread, how long a person can pass the infection to others, and treatment & control of the spread.
Flu Illness Important Notice to Parents.pdf