When: Tuesday, March 14, 6:00 PM
Where: Roncalli Auditorium
Who: Choir, Orchestra, Beginning Band, Concert Band,
RSA performer's call time 5:30 PM
South Quadrant String Festival
When: Thursday, Mach 16, 7:00 PM
Where: South High School Auditorium
Who: Orchestra students only
RSA performer's call time 6:30 PM at South
South Quadrant Band Festival
When: Thursday, March 30, 7:00 PM
Where: South High School Auditorium
Who: Concert Band and Beginning Band
RSA performer's call time 6:30 PM
**Dress for all concerts is the traditional all black with white tie
1) We are currently clearing for Boy's and Girl's Track. Packets and Green Cards can be picked up in the front office. Students must have a current physical and all other paperwork on file before beginning official practice on.
2) For the first time in years, Roncalli will be having a coed 6th through 8th grade soccer team. Soccer is run through the Pueblo Rangers and registration takes place online. Fliers are available in the front office for students to take home for more information. Practice will begin shortly and the first game will be on.
3) Athletic uniforms must be turned in to Ms. Manes as soon as possible in order to avoid paying fines. If you still have any uniform pieces, please get these turned into to Ms. Manes or your coach.
D60 Education Foundation Jazz Festival: Wednesday, 1/18/2017, 6:30 PM
East High School. Call time for Roncalli Jazz Band 6:00 PM $5 admission, children 5 or younger and jazz musicians are free
All City Band Evening Rehearsals: Roncalli All City members only 1/24/2017 and 1/30/2017 7:00PM Heaton Middle School
All City Rehearsal (All Day): 1/31/2017 8:00 AM East High School
All City Concert: 1/31/2017 East High School Time TBA
A group of our 8th graders will represent thousands of others across the country on January 31, 2017! Known as The Nation’s Report Card, NAEP is the largest nationally representative and continuing assessment of what students in the United States know and can do. Learn more at http://1.usa.gov/1jVs1Wt. If you child has been selected, a parent letter will be sent home soon.
To: Parents/Guardians, Marching Band, Drumline, Flags and Choir, Student Government.
What: Parade of Lights Parade information.
When: The Parade is November 26th Call time 4:30 PM Parade begins at 5:30 PM
Where: Roncalli will line up on the corner of Colorado and Route. Roncalli is #16 in the parade.
Drop Off/Parade Line Up
Students should be dropped off within walking distance of the line-up station. Students can be dropped off on Quincy or Broadway. Vehicles will not be allowed into the parade line-up area to drop-off participants.
Parents please make arrangements to pick-up students following the parade.
Parade will end on 6th Street between the Pueblo Bank & Trust parking lots and Court & Grand on 6th Street.
Marching Band/Drumline: Roncalli black polo, solid black pants, solid black socks and solid black tennis/casual shoes.
Drummers can decorate their drums with bows, garland, battery pack lights, and glow sticks. Lights can be purchased for the drums at the dollar store or Wal-mart.
Flags will wear black pants, black polo, black shoes
Choir will wear black pants, black polo
All students participating can accessorize themselves with glow sticks and lights.
Student Gov. will walk the parade with members of the PCS School board. Choir members will ride on the float and sing holiday songs.
Marching band will march in front of the float.
Santa hats for all participating Roncalli students will be distributed at the parade station on Colorado.
Dress according to the weather!! Be prepared to wear clothing items that will keep you warm. Coats/jackets, thermals, long sleeves, earmuffs, scarfs, gloves. If you need to wear gloves check to see if you can play in them. You may need to find a light pair that you can cut the finger tips in order to play your instrument.
There will not be marching band or drumline practices over break.
Check the school website for updates.
Please use the following number for questions and contact info if needed that night.
Robert Smith (719) 406-2350
See below for a pdf version (for printing)
This is a general list of school supplies needed by all students in all grades. Students should be prepared to carry a backpack with general supplies to each class. Some items such as composition books may be stored in individual classrooms.
· 1 – 3” binder
· 6 plastic dividers
· Colored pencils
· Loose leaf paper (college ruled for binder)
· 2 or more pencils (on a daily basis)
· 2 or more erasers (on a daily basis)
· Pens (blue/black)
· Red pens
· Highlighters (pink, green, yellow)
· Sticky notes – turn into advisor teacher
· Index Cards
· Daily planner
· 8 composition books (4 per semester)
· Calculator with “pi” and “square root” button (8th grade only)
· Pad of graph paper (turn into math teacher)
Donations of the Following Appreciated:
· Clorox wipes
· Hand sanitizer
· Boxes of tissues
Roncalli STEM Academy has implemented a simplified school dress code that utilizes a professional look that represents the strong educational focus that embodies a STEM Academy. Based on surveys, parent meetings, and staff input we moved to a dress code that consists of only black polo’s and khaki pants. These items can be purchased at many local retailers in the school uniform sections. Roncalli STEM Academy will also be selling black polo shirts at the front desk for easy purchase. We here at Roncalli STEM Academy are very excited for the upcoming school year and the continuing changes for school improvement.
*Update for 2016-2017: In addition to the black polo shirt and khaki pants, Roncalli STEM students are also permitted to wear a Roncalli logo sweatshirt or black cardigan sweater (black polo shirts must be worn under).