Activities

RRHS ACTIVITIES
Rio Rancho High School offers a wide variety of activities in which students can participate, as well as numerous school-wide events throughout the school year.

 YEARBOOK DISTRIBUTION
This Friday, June 5th, we will host our drive-thru yearbook sales and distribution event as previously announced. It is very important you read all of the following information, so your students may easily obtain their yearbooks. Here is the schedule for the morning:

Recently graduated 12th graders: 8:30-9:15 am

Recently completed 11th graders: 9:20-10:05

Recently completed 10th graders: 10:10-10:55

Recently completed 9th graders:   11:00-11:45

Please enter at the PAC (Performing Arts Center)/Staff parking lot. There will be an area for on site sales and one for online (pre-ordered) sales. ALL participants must wear face coverings in order to pick up or buy their yearbooks. Every year, we have an additional 16-pages called a “spring supplement” that covers spring sports. It is printed separately than the rest of the book, and typically, the yearbook staff manually inserts the spring supplement into the main book. To minimize contact this year, students (or parents) will insert their own supplements. We will include directions on how to properly insert the spring supplement with your yearbook.

Rules and information for on site sales:

  • The cost of the yearbook is $80

  • YOU MUST PAY WITH CASH ONLY - You must have the exact amount if you’re paying by cash. To continue to minimize contact, we will not be giving change whatsoever. 

  • We only have about 125 copies left after online sales, and it is likely we will sell out. Please arrive on time for your students’ grade. When we sell out, we sell out. No further yearbooks can be ordered. 

Rules and information for online (pre-ordered) sales: 

  • In order to protect your credit card purchase, each student must have his or her school ID or driver’s license. We cannot distribute yearbooks without IDs. 

  • Please closely follow posted signage, so you will be in the correct line to retrieve your yearbook. 

  • When you receive your yearbook, please leave the area safely as directed, so we can keep the line moving efficiently.  

We look forward to seeing you on Friday!

Sincerely,

Mrs. Jenna Jones, M.Ed.

Yearbook Adviser and Teacher

Rio Rancho High School
jenna.jones@rrps.net

CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS AT RIO RANCHO HIGH SCHOOL

Below is a list of current clubs/organizations at Rio Rancho High School. Please contact the club sponsors for more information about a club. If you would like to start a club, come to the Activities Office in the Main Gym for information.

WANT TO START A CLUB?
If you want to start a club at RRHS, the first step is to complete the SCHOOL CLUB/GROUP REGISTRATION FORM. You must have at least 10 students and a staff sponsor to start a club.


GROUP
DESCRIPTION
SPONSOR
MEET
TIME
ROOM
AERONOAUTICS AND ROCKETRY CLUB  We build and fly airplanes, copters, quads, and rockets  DENNY MARQUEZ
denny.marquez@rrps.net
 Weekly, After School ET 114
 ASL (AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE) CLUB  We will learn Sign Language and about Deaf culture.  Melinda Nickerson
melinda.nickerson@rrps.net
 Weekly After School  HU 106
AVID AVID promotes Advancement Via Individual Determination JUSTINA MILLER
justina.miller@rrps.net
After School
Monthly
HU 105
BEST BUDDIES Create opportunities for one-to-one friendships between students ORELE FISHER
orele.fisher@rrps.net            

Twice a month during lunch and after school BE 106
 BLACK STUDENT UNION club with a mission of providing support for African American Students, to share the African American Culture with the Rio Rancho High School Community JABARI GARRETTE
jabari.garrette@rrps.net
Twice Monthly FA 118
BOWLING
To organize a team and compete against other high school teams in various tournaments around the state, including the NMAA State Tournament.
SHARON THOMPSON
dthomp3488@aol.com
Wed. Fri.
4 - 6 pm
Ten Pins and More
 CAMPUS BEAUTIFICATION CLUB  This club is being formed with its main goal being the beautification of the RRHS campus. We want to work with other school groups and parents to make our campus look its best at all times.  JANE PETRE
jane.petre@rrps.net
 Various Saturdays  RRHS Campus
CHESS CLUB
To organize a team and compete against other high school teams in various tournaments around the state, including the NMAA State Tournament.
Markin Demsey
Markin.Demsey@rrps.net
JUSTIN DANIELS
justin.daniels@rrps.net
Weekly, After School
SCI 210
 CYBER PATRIOT  Students work as IT Techs on various Operating Systems through virtual machines.  Captain Freddy Morales
freddy.morales@rrps.net
 Weekly, After School E&T 110
D.E.C.A. (Distributive Education Club of America)
DECA is a national association of marketing students.
RAY MCKINNEY
raymond.mckinney@rrps.net
Weekly, After School
School Store
 Educators Rising  This organization supports students interested in pursuing a career in education. AMANDA GUTIERREZ
amanda.gutierrez@rrps.net
Twice a month, after school HU 204
E-SPORTS   This club participates in local and national level events for competitive video games. Currently we are focused on League of Legends, but we are looking to possibly expand to other games in the coming years. MICHAEL MASCONE
michael.mascone@rrps.net
DANIEL TRUJILLO
daniel.trujillo@rrps.net
 Monday and Friday 2:45  FA 103
PUBLIC SAFETY CLUB Club for aspiring first responders (police, fire, EMS) and other students interested in public health and safety.  AUTUMN SUNDT
autumn.sundt@rrps.net
 Weekly, After School SCI 207
GAY-STRAIGHT ALLIANCE
GSA’s goal is to provide a safe and supportive environment for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transsexual, straight and questioning students; and promote equality, respect and tolerance on campus among all students.
AUTUMN SUNDT
autumn.sundt@rrps.net

Weekly, After School
SCI 207
HISPANIC STUDENT UNION   Our mission is to promote both academic and extracurricular activities to increase knowledge and appreciation of the Hispanic/Latino culture.    Dr. AARON TAYLOR
aaron.taylor@rrps.net
MARIA BURNS
maria.burns@rrps.net
 During Lunches  A Lunch
HUM 202

B Lunch
BE 102
 INTERNATIONAL
CLUB
 This club is to help facilitate communication and understanding between the school administration and organizations, and the exchange students. All RRHS students are welcome to attend. EMILY BJUSTROM
emily.bjustrom@rrps.net
Monthly, During Lunch
KEY CLUB
Key Club is sponsored by the local Kiwanis Club. It promotes student involvement in various community service projects.
HEATHER LOVICK-TOLLEY
heather.tolley@rrps.net
Tuesdays after school
BE 206
 NATIVE AMERICAN STUDENT UNION  Promote cultural and traditional practice through awareness. STACEY FISK
stacey.fisk@rrps.net
 During Lunch, After School HUM 212 
NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY The National Art Honor Society program was created to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art. DIANE LEA
diane.lea@rrps.net
WEEKLY,
TUESDAYS
FA 202
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The goal of NHS is to recognize outstanding students and encourage other students to achieve scholarship, leadership, service and character: the four cornerstones of NHS.
LESLIE KEENEY
 leslie.keeney@rrps.net

Monthly
Cafeteria
PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB   Students who have an interest in photography. Open to all students whether or not you've taken photography class. Activities include peer critique, sharing of knowledge, volunteer opportunities, club photography shows at local venues, bringing awareness of the arts to the greater school and Rio Rancho community.  DIANE LEA
diane.lea@rrps.net
 Weekly, After School FA 202
 PRO-START
COMPETITION
Learn to cook an entire meal in a one hour time setting for competition. (Must be enrolled in ProStart I or ProStart II)
MICHAEL MASCONE
michael.mascone@rrps.net
 Weekly, After School CAFE
103
 ROBOTICS 
CLUB
 We build robots and prepare for the international Roborave Competition in May.  DOREEN ABNEY
doreen.abney@rrps.net
Weekly, After School ET 114
 SPEECH AND DEBATE  Competes with other schools in speech and debate events  MARILYN ALEXANDER
marilyn.alexander@rrps.net
 After School  BE201
 STUDENT COUNCIL
(ASSOCIATED STUDENTS)
 To unify the students, staff and community of Rio Rancho High School to promote Ram Pride. BILL DUNCAN
william.duncan@rrps.net
M-F during 5th Period Portable
14
STUDENTS FOR LIFE   A club for all students interested in promoting life.  ROCHELLE QUINONES
rochelle.quinones@rrps.net
 Last Monday of the month, after school ET217
THESPIANS
Thespians is an international organization that supports the theater program at school.
GAEL NATAL
gael.natal@rrps.net
During Lunch and After School
FA 111
YEARBOOK
Yearbook produces the annual for the school and teaches students writing ,editing, design and photography.
JENNA JONES
jenna.jones@rrps.net
DAILY 
BE 101
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