Are you ready?

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.


“Ram Pride” logo selected!

February 9, 2010
Ram Pride logo

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.


“Ram Pride” 2010!

February 8, 2010

The 2010 Ram Pride Committee will be meeting after school today to discuss the arrangements for the 2010 Ram Pride week which will take place in the middle of March. Students and faculty are invited to voice their opinions on the event. We hope to make Ram Pride week even bigger than last year. All are invited to attend!

“Ram Pride” Awards

March 7, 2009

“Ram Pride” week at Rensselaer High School was both a blast and a success. Together, the High School raised over a thousand dollars through penny wars, money which will be donated to The Make A Wish Foundation. Throughout the week students took part in Pajama Day, Mismatch Day, Backwards Day, Hawaiian Day, and Blue and White Day. On Friday each class battled to survive at Rensselaer High School’s first annual “Ram Pride” Pep Rally Celebration. Details about the different events and teams can be found by clicking here. Find out how our points tallied up and jump in the game with the winning team.

Varsity Football: Updates

October 1, 2008

The Rensselaer Rams where previously undefeated at the start of the game, (4-0). The Rams went on to win by a score of 46-0. In the first quarter the rams went scoreless as did the Witches of Greenwich. The first score was provided by Nate Butler with a 58 Yard Run the Rams added 20 more points with Touchdowns by Zach Reynolds, Mico De Los Santos and Jashem Hamilton. The Rams defense got into the scoring spirit with Jashem Hamilton scoring on a 47 yard fumble recovery, then again with a 73 yard interception by Nate Butler in the 4th quarter followed by a 11 yard Jashem Hamilton to conclude the Rensselaer scoring attack. Play Of The Game: 75 Yard Screen pass from S. Brozowski to M. De Los Santos. With the win the Rams clinch the Class D South Title and for the first time since 1992 the Rams start 5-1.

– Gary Hayes –

Varsity Soccer: Updates

October 1, 2008

Everyone on the girls’ varsity soccer team has played very well this year, and has improved greatly. Although the season thus far is 1 and 10, we are proud of our varsity soccer Rams. The only game won in the season was at the home field of Doane Stewart, 3-1. All three goals were made by Captain Stephanie Schumaker, who has been a big part of the team this year. Marissa Mendetta, goalie for more than half the season, has made more then 25 saves a game. When asked for input on the team, Marissa’s mother Laura stated stated, “We may not win every game but we play with all heart”. Marissa agreeing with
her Mom’s comment said, “The team has a lot of energy off the field, so maybe it’ll help us on the field, and then the team would be better”.

– Melanie Tobin –