Upcoming Events
3/6/2015
3/9/2015
- Regular Board Meeting
5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
3/10/2015
- Free Parenting Workshop!
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Repeating Event - ESL Classes for Parents!
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
3/14/2015
 
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 Maintains High Graduation Rates, Expectations
The numbers for the Class of 2014 are in, and in a year where state graduation rates dropped, RRPS's graduation rate rose slightly even as the district maintained its rigorous academic expectations. RRPS has the highest graduation rate in the state for large school districts. Congratulations to our students and teachers!
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  
Mountain View Teacher Earns Golden Apple
Science and robotics teacher Cheryl Kerby is one of seven middle school teachers statewide to receive this prestigious award.   Here's more about the award, and the three other RRPS teachers who were recognized as finalists!
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.
What's Happening in RRPS?
Summer Academic Youth Development Academy (AYD)!
Is your 8th grader ready for high school? Attend the AYD Academy this summer to help prepare your child for success in high school!  Click here to read the flyer.
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 for a non-profit organization called Casa Xalteva. She is raising money to build a new kitchen to provide children breakfast and lunch. The current kitchen is worn out and slow. 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! View a short video about this effort. Thank you Ram Nation for your support! Donations will be matched dollar for dollar up to $1,000.
Parents: Questions about Eureka Math?

Have questions about how we are teaching math?
Click here to get answers and tips for parents about the Eureka Math program and Common Core. Also, here is a great video that explains how we are teaching math differently, to help students THINK and solve problems with math, not just memorizing steps!
Join us May 3rd for Seats & Eats!
The Rio Rancho Education Foundation's is looking forward to our fifteenth annual Seats & Eats event, Be a Rock Star! This event provides private support for unique educational activities for Rio Rancho Public School children by providing grants for innovative teaching programs not funded by tax dollars. Last year, the Foundation was able to fund over $30,000 to many deserving classroom & school requests.  Join us at the Santa Ana Star Center, Sunday, May 3, 2-6pm. Here you will experience fine art from various local artists including oil, watercolor, sculpture and more. There will be delicious food from a variety of restaurants, a silent auction that will feature a fine selection of items, a photo booth, face painting and more family fun activities as well as a concert showcase featuring local talent straight from our schools and much more! Five dollars from every ticket goes to your school of choice. Tickets are available here $30 (adults) and $10 (children). Click here for event details.  
RRPS Seeks Parent Input on Textbook Adoption

Every six years, the state of New Mexico and local school districts review textbooks and other instructional materials in order to adopt updated materials for use in classrooms. This year we will be adopting instructional materials for grades 9-12 English Language Arts, World Languages, and high school reading intervention to support our implementation of the Common Core State Standards. Interested in helping on an Adoption Committee? We'll have monthly meetings November through March. 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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