Vision and Hearing Screening will take place throughout the District starting in September. We test grades Preschool, K, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11 (hearing only for 11). -Why is it important to have your child’s vision screened? *To identify if your child has, or might be at risk for, vision problems -Why is [...]
In Miss Pflueger's 5th grade social studies class, students were able to research a historical figure of their choosing then create a timeline and short biography of that person's life! Students were so excited that they could research anyone from history that they were interested in!
Our 6th grade Ridgeway Ambassadors have been hard at work the past two weeks! We are so lucky to have such hard working students who are willing to help make our school a better place! Ambassadors help out by recycling, helping kindergarten students, bringing breakfast, and tutoring. They do a great job!
Mrs. Jelil and Mrs. Conrad's 6th grade classes talked about how important character is and how it can truly make a difference as we come together as a class! Students each put character traits they have and aspire to have on each of the hands! The quotes from Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King Jr. [...]
In Mrs Wyatt's ELA classes students decorated and personalized their writers notebooks this week. This helps make the students know they have something unique and made just for them. It also helps with writer's block. When students can't think of things to write about, they can look at the front and back of their notebooks and [...]
Ridgeway is still looking for volunteers to help with Liberty Home's Oktoberfest, Laborday Weekend. Each shift taken donates money to our school to support all the programs, groups and support throughout the year here at Ridgeway. Please see the attached link to find a spot to volunteer. Please share and get the word out. If [...]
Our students and teachers love using nature to learn! Mrs. Suellen Albert and her students went outside to search for different types of spider webs and discovered more than just webs! The students were able to learn about moths and beetles as well!
Our first week, students are learning all about how we demonstrate good character here at Ridgeway! Mr. Arnold's third graders worked on acceptance and science process skills by completing an activity with "magic" play-dough. "We discovered we don't always know what's on the inside based on how things look from the outside." - R. Arnold
We are so proud of our Ridgeway Stars who won the "Our Soil is full of Life" poster contest in their areas! K- 1st grade -1st Place Winner - Harmony Cook 2-3rd grade - 1st Place Winner - Jessica Giuliano
Ridgeway is looking for volunteers to help with Liberty Home's Oktoberfest, Laborday Weekend. Please see the attached link to find a spot to volunteer. All volunteers earn money for our school for programs, events and materials for our students. THANKS!!! http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f084facae2da7f58-oktoberfest1