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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. 
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  • Riverside Youth Council Names 25 Most Remarkable Teens

      

    RIVERSIDE, Calif. – RIVERSIDE, CA – The Riverside Youth Council is pleased to introduce the City of Riverside’s 25 Most Remarkable Teens.  The 25 Most Remarkable Teen program is designed to recognize Riverside’s youth, enrolled in grades eight through 12, for excellence in academics, athletics, arts & culture, community involvement, leadership, courage to overcome, acts of valor, or any other remarkable acts.  

    This year’s competition was especially competitive with 90 nominations received.  “The selection committee, made up of members of Riverside’s Youth Council, was especially impressed with the breadth and quality of this year’s applicants” said Emily Huang, Chair of Riverside’s Youth Council.  

    “I am inspired by the quality of the applicants received this year”, said Mayor Rusty Bailey.  “They are a solid representation of the talent that Riverside has to offer, and I look forward to sharing in their short- and long-term successes.” 

    Members of the public are welcome and encouraged to attend a ceremony to honor this year’s 25 Most Remarkable Teens at a special City Council Meeting on Tuesday, April 26th, 2016 at 4:00 PM.  The recognition will take place in the Council Chambers at Riverside City Hall, 3900 Main Street in Riverside.

    Currently under the mentorship of the Riverside Police Department and Office of the Mayor, the Riverside Youth Council was established in 2004 by the City Council as a means of expression and leadership development for the city’s youth.  The program aims to encourage Riverside’s best and brightest to have a voice in public policy and other decision making that directly impacts the lives of young people.  

    The Riverside Youth Council’s 25 Most Remarkable Teens for 2016 are listed below.  

    Student

    High School / Middle School

    Rene Lara Avalos

    Alvord Continuation

    Courtney Billingsley-Greer

    Ramona

    Nicholas Caton

    Arlington

    Joshua Collica

    Hillcrest

    Michaela Culbertson

    John W. North

    McKenna Diaz

    Poly

    Cathy Ding

    Martin Luther King

    Katelyn Edwards

    Ramona

    Bryn Gonzales

    Amelia Earhart

    Ashley Gore

    Poly

    Garret Griggs

    Amelia Earhart

    Grace Guan

    La Sierra

    Leticia Guerra

    Arlington

    Audree Hernandez

    Ramona

    Matt Kaye

    Poly

    Madison Lozano

    La Sierra

    Manuel Mata

    La Sierra

    Danielle Money

    Ramona

    Joe Munoz

    La Sierra

    Blessing Olawuyi

    Ramona

    Dieanna Prudholme

    John W. North

    Wesley Smith

    Notre Dame

    Madison Stamen

    Martin Luther King

    Alexis Veliz

    Ramona

    Carlos Vidrio

    Ramona

     

     


     

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  • Summer School

     

    Rams - summer school applications are available in the guidance office, main office, and attendance office.  Pick up an application today or print it by simply clicking below on the appropriate application.

     

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  • sb 172  

    Former Ramona HS Graduates - SB172 Data Collection Form

    Attention former students that met all requirements for graduation but did not pass one or both sections of the CAHSEE exam: The purpose of this form is to collect current contact and residency information so that diplomas can be issued due to the passage of Senate Bill 172 (Liu) which was signed into law by Governor Brown on October 7, 2015. The law grants a diploma to any student that completed grade twelve in the 2003–04 school year, or later, and has met all other graduation requirements. The law takes effect January 1, 2016, at which time we will be permitted to issue diplomas to eligible former students. Notification will be sent to all eligible students once the bill takes effect.

     

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