Insta’View: Awards, Homecoming Prep, and More Awards

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Insta’View: Awards, Homecoming Prep, and More Awards

Students representing the Raider Review and Yearbook pose after the conclusion of J-Day. The Review won All Colorado for Online News.

Students representing the Raider Review and Yearbook pose after the conclusion of J-Day. The Review won All Colorado for Online News.

Students representing the Raider Review and Yearbook pose after the conclusion of J-Day. The Review won All Colorado for Online News.

Students representing the Raider Review and Yearbook pose after the conclusion of J-Day. The Review won All Colorado for Online News.

Toli Geshow, Review Staff

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Student leadership has began to sell each class t-shirts in the locker in preparation for Homecoming week. T-shirts are sold at $15 each.

Flyers are posted throughout the school advertising the Homecoming Dance, dress-up days, and the evening events.

Patrick Moring, journalism advisor at Rampart High School, gives his speech after being announced as the recipient of the Advisor of the Year Award. Today journalists across the state gather at Colorado State University for the annual J-Day event.

(From left to right) Freshmen Zaida Champion, Shauna Mestas, and Hannah Butterworth hand out pamphlets prior to the academic lettering ceremony. Students who maintained a 3.66 or higher GPA, achieved the 90th percentile for SAT scores, or received a 3 or higher on five AP test were awarded on Tuesday, September 24th. (Serenity Monroe)

Students representing the Raider Review and Yearbook pose after the conclusion of J-Day. The Review won All Colorado for Online News.