District-Wide Announcements
Important Information About PARCC Testing
Why is it important that your student take the PARCC tests?  What about those rumors of student protests?  Here's the latest information, and links to even more information you can use!
RRPS Saves Energy!
Since 2008, The EnerG3 Project at RRPS has been actively reducing our energy consumption and raising awareness of the environmental impact of our operational processes. Thanks to the NM Gas Company, we partnered with CLEAResult to gather data to share with the RRPS community. Please click here to read our newest Energy Benchmarking Report (3MB).
2015-16 School Calendar
The calendar for the 2015-16 school year has been approved by the RRPS Board of Education! View the full online calendar here, or download these printable versions:
District Instructional Calendar  /  List of Key Dates  
ESL Classes for Parents!
RRPS has partnered with Read West to offer ESL classes for parents!
Need or want to learn or improve your English? Join us for these classes at Rio Rancho Elementary or Colinas del Norte Elementary on Tuesdays from 6-8pm until May 11th!  Click for details.
  • Ingles como segunda idioma, tutorías uno-a-uno para aprender inglés 
Haga clic aquí para ver todos los detalles.
Rio Rancho RAMS Announcements
SPECIAL BLOCK SCHEDULE FOR PARCC, MARCH 2015
RRHS Graduate Needs Your Help!
Stephanie von Ancken, a RRHS 2009 graduate, has spent the last 9 months living and working in Granada, Nicaragua. She did an internship in marketing and outreach for a non-profit organization called Casa Xalteva. Their non-profit model is unique in that it is a Spanish language school for foreigners whose profits fund an after and before school program for at-risk local youth. She is raising money to build a new kitchen to provide the children breakfast and lunch. The current kitchen is worn out and slow. This has created a dilemma since lunch can't be prepared in time for the children to make it to school in the afternoon. If they are late the school closes their doors and students are marked absent. Too many absences lead to the child being forced to drop out. Thankfully, there is a simple solution to keeping the children in school and you can help! They need new kitchen appliances and a larger refrigerator to store enough food for the week! Please share this link with your friends and family who may be interested! Also, if you would like to donate, here is a short video of the school that you can view: http://igg.me/at/casaxaltevakitchen Thank you Ram Nation for you support!
Become a district volunteer!
Please use the following link to find important forms and dates to become a district volunteer!
Bully Busters
Rio Rancho High School is proud to introduce the Bully Busters service. 
 
Parents of Special Education Students: Transition Competency Questionnaire
This questionnaire helps students determine how best to transition into the workforce after graduation.  Students need to take to complete the questionnaire as soon as possible. Click here for details.

Mission: Rio Rancho Public Schools is dedicated to graduating each student with an educational foundation for success as a responsible, ethical contributor to society.

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