Ralston High School's Booster Club is putting a new play into motion this year and offering big value to the biggest Ram fans.

Along with membership in the club, the Ram Boosters are touting a family pass option available for a $100 fee and which will grant admission to two adults and two students not in high school to all RHS home athletic events. The pass would save a family of four attending all home events $640 for the year.

“It's something other school districts have tried out and had success with,” said Denise Muck, RHS Booster Club vice president. “It's the first time we're trying it out and I think it's something people will be interested in.”

Booster Club membership, separate from the family pass option, comes in three different levels of giving.

The White Level is $25, the Red Level is $50 and the Blue Level is $100. Each level has its privileges but all Boosters are listed in the program for each home RHS athletic event.

Membership, however, does not include admission to events.

Instead, after joining the club, members then have the option of purchasing an individual activity event pass at a cost of $50 or the new family pass for $100. The family pass option may also be expanded to include additional non-high school aged children at a cost of $25 each.

Muck said the family pass is available not only to the parents of RHS students but to parents and students district-wide.

“We wanted to expand that option,” she said. “We wanted this to be for anyone in the Ralston district who wants to come out to athletic events and we hope people will take advantage of this deal.”

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