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  • 2016
    Graduation for the class of 2016 
    * Tuesday, June 7, 2016
    * Ramona's stadium 
    * Gate opens at 4:30 PM
    * Graduation starts at 6:00 PM

    As Ramona High School’s Graduation Ceremony quickly approaches we know parents are getting excited about the event on June 7th at 6pm in the Ramona Stadium. We would like to remind parents and family in attendance at Graduation of a few policies we have that will help keep the Ceremony an enjoyable experience for all students and families involved.


    We do not permit:
    *noisemakers such as air horns or whistles, 
    *easy-ups or umbrellas 

    We want everyone to be able to see the graduates and be able to hear their child’s name when it is called. Please remember to be respectful of others. Additionally, all bags may be searched for the above items. The doors to the stadium will open at 4pm. We have handicapped parking spots available in the lot next to the stadium. Riverside Unified School District prohibits alcohol, smoking, and profanity on its campuses.

    We hope you enjoy the Ramona Graduation of 2016

    All graduations in RUSD will be streamed live at www.rusdlink.org

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  • Art Reach: The Art of Metaphor (Ramona High School)

    Six students from Pietro's and Williams' art classes had their pieces accepted into the Millard Sheets Art Center a couple of months ago. The art show, "Art Reach:The Art of Metaphor", challenged students into materializing their thoughts/metaphors to physical pieces of art. One notable submission was Jose Lopez, who received an Honorable Mention award for the art show. Congratulations to all artists who have had their pieces accepted!





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  • Device Renewal / Return


    Please take a moment to watch this important video announcement about students renewing or returning chromebooks May 23 – June 3: http://bit.ly/1WUhFa9





    Here is a link to the print announcement and Device Intent Forms, in both English and Spanish: http://bit.ly/1TAEoTb


    Mark your calendar for the Parent Question & Answer meetings this Thursday, May 12:

    10:30-11:30 am and 6:00-7:00pm in the Ramona cafeteria


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  • CAASPP 2016 Testing Schedule


    You can also visit http://bit.ly/RHSSBAC2016  


    Testing 1

    Testing 2


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  • Ramona Plays the World’s Largest Monopoly Board Game

    Ramona's Monopoly Board 1 The Ramona High School Dynasty Band and Color Guard were certified today by Guinness World Records as having the Largest Monopoly Board Game ever. The certification is not for the amount of people, but rather, the size of the board. The game was played on January 22, 2016, gargantuan dice and all, and the results were immediately sent off to Guinness for certification. 


    Ramona’s Monopoly game board was massive: an 8,017.69 square foot feat of design and craftsmanship. The only place on campus large enough to construct the board was the football field. In fact, that is how the whole idea came about.Ramona's Monopoly Board 3


    “When we constructed the board game, we had no idea that it would become a world record,” explained Ramona Band Director Brian Gallagher. “We just needed to occupy the appropriate space of the football field for the event. Fast forward 6 months later, and we now have an official Guinness World Record to call our own!”


    The board was built as part of Ramona’s 2015 field show production “RAMONOPOLY”, playing tribute to the 80th anniversary of the classic board game. When Gallagher, on a whim, looked to see what the previous record was, he realized their board would be larger. So, he contacted Guinness to learn how to certify the record and even enlisted Riverside’s Mayor Rusty Bailey to take part as a witness to verify the result. As it turned out, the previous record for Largest Monopoly Game was set in September 2015 in Warsaw by Hasbro Poland and measured in at 4,365.94 square feet – just a bit more than half the size of Ramona’s.   



    According to Gallagher, it took three months to prepare for the “RAMONOPOLY” event, and the band and color guard used volunteers and resources from the Booster Club, students and the community to pull it all off. 
    Ramona's Monopoly Board 2  


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