January 15, 2011
I would like to wish the best of luck to Tiara Riebeling on her work for the Ramblurr. The Ramblurr is moving on and has moved their website to: http://rhsramblurr.webs.com
I will continue to update this site as time goes on and will provide you with updates on my career path. Although I am no longer the Editor of the Ramblurr, I now work for the Hudsonian, the student newspaper of Hudson Valley Community College. You can check out my work on the Hudsonian at: http://hudsonian.org
– Thanks, Dave Ellis
June 26, 2010
I would like to wish the RHS Class of 2010 a warm congratulations on this journey in life. We as a class, made a goal to be successful from the beginning. In 2006, we made a goal to stick together as a class, succeed as a class, and graduate together as a class. Our goal was hard to accomplish. However, together, we made this very goal possible. Many of us will be moving on in life. Some will be attending local colleges, while others may be heading overseas. However, our distant relationships will form a tight bond that will never be broken. Each member of our class, holds a piece of the memories we’ve shared throughout the course of the years. These memories will last forever. RHS is no longer our alma mater. However, we can now cherish the memories we’ve left behind in the halls of the campus we moved into during 10th grade. Farewell to my fellow classmates and best of wishes for future success! Also, farewell to the RHS Ramblurr. I wish Mr. Hoffman the best of luck for finding a replacement to take over as the 2010-2011 Editor.
– Dave Ellis (2009-2010 RHS Ramblurr Editor)
April 19, 2010
iPod usage in studyhall and lunch has now been approved by the administration for the Rensselaer High School. More details are coming soon.
March 19, 2010
The Rensselaer Middle High School Theatre Department proudly presents “Grease” – the school version. The production will take place on March 26th and 27th at 7:00 pm and March 28th at 2:00 pm.
March 19, 2010
Lately, one may notice that Barracuda Systems has put many security restrictions on websites in the Rensselaer City School District. Links such as Carmela’s Banquet House are blocked because they are considered to be uncategorized. Hopefully, the IT Department will make some adjustments as blocks have been put on sites that are appropriate and should not be blocked.
March 1, 2010
The Ram Pride Committee has released a list of the various dress up days for the 2010 Ram Pride Week. Voting sheets are available in all high school homerooms. Students are asked to choose three of the listed dress up days so that results can be tallied as soon as possible.
The choices are:
Twin Day, PJ Day, Class Color Day, Wacky Wig Day, Fairy Tale Day, St. Patrick’s “Irish Day”, and Retro Day.
More information will be available soon, so get ready!
This year, the Ram Pride Committee has released yet another array of events and activities that students may participate in. Encouragement throughout the school campus is said to help prepare students for a bigger and better Ram Pride 2010. This year, students will be able to take part in Penny Wars, as well as other activities.
February 9, 2010
Ram Pride 2010
This years “Ram Pride” week will take place in the middle of March. Since December, the Ram Pride Committee has been accepting designs for the 2010 “Ram Pride” week from middle and high school students. Yesterday, the winner of the t-shirt logo design was chosen.
That individual is Dave Ellis, Editor of the Ramblurr! Congratulations to all who participated in the contest. Meetings will be held on Mondays after school in Mrs. Connor’s room. Those who attend these meetings will get a sneak peek of “Ram Pride” week 2010! We will post more information on the events as the committee adds new notes to the agenda.
This year’s Ram Pride Week will kick off on March 13th. The celebration will last from March 15th through the 19th. Get your Ram Pride t-shirt now and celebrate on kick off day. T-shirts will also be on sale from March 8th through March 12th in high school lunches for those who do not buy them now. Forms are available in all homerooms.