Announcements
PowderPuff Football
Students interested in participating in PowderPuff football MUST attend a mandatory meeting on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, at 2pm in Portable 14.
PLAYERS - Must bring signed copies of the PLAYER PACKET and a $10 Participation Fee to the meeting. This fee will cover the cost of the player's official PowderPuff t-shirt.
COACHES - Students wishing to coach one of the teams MUST attend the mandatory meeting and bring a copy of the COACH APPLICATION to the meeting.
PLAYERS AND COACHES THAT DO NOT ATTEND THE MEETING, OR WHO DO NOT BRING THE REQUIRED FORMS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE.

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.
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.
GROUP
DESCRIPTION
SPONSOR
MEET
TIME
ROOM
AVID AVID promotes Advancement Via Individual Determination Gloria Kidd/Justina Miller
53111
During Lunch BE 206
A.G.E.S. Advocates for Gender Equality Emily Brandon
53143
Thursday after school HUM 205
BEST BUDDIES Create opportunities for one-to-one friendships between students Allie Theune (53362) Twice a month during lunch on Thursdays ET107
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
Wed. Fri.
4 - 6 pm
Ten Pins and More
To organize a team and compete against other high school teams in various tournaments around the state, including the NMAA State Tournament.
PAUL BURTON (5663)
D.E.C.A. (Distributive Education Club of America)
DECA is a national association of marketing students.
CHRISTAL REID
53374
Meets during class time & after school as needed
School Store
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.
Sonia Carrillo (X53205)
TUESDAYS A and B Lunches
BE111
HISTORY DAY Students compete in local, state and national competitions on various historical topics Martina Gutierrez/Tamara Wilburn
53136/53133
Monday after school HUM 218
KEY CLUB
Key Club is sponsored by the local Kiwanis Club. It promotes student involvement in various community service projects.
Tammy Scarlottt 53172
Tuesdays after school
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
53465
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
​53203
Monthly
Cafeteria
NATIVE AMERICAN STUDENT UNION
Community service projects, workshops, and field trips to UNM and CNM
CONSTANCE PAHONA
​53141
Twice a month
ED 207
SCIENCE OLYMPIAD
To compete in Science Olympiad against other schools
PETER SAVENELLI
53110
Mondays after school
HUM 214
THESPIANS
Thespians is an international organization that supports the theater program at school
GAEL NATAL
53463
1-3 times a month 2:30 pm
FA 111
YEARBOOK
Yearbook produces the annual for the school and teaches students writing ,editing, design and photography.
MIRANDA APODACA
​53205
DAILY 2ND PD.
ED 202

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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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