Students in Miss Pflueger's 5th grade social studies class created a brochure to invite people to their favorite of the 13 colonies! They got to research information and pictures about their colony then create their brochure with their own design and color!
Students in Mrs. Wagle's homeroom enjoyed a basic lesson on the history of quilting along with a few stories from Mrs. Hurley. Mrs. Hurley also related quilting to our newest math topic of surface area and perimeter.
Ridgeway 6th grade Science Fair Open House. Families, friends, and students enjoyed an evening of showing off hard work! Thank you Mrs. Wagle and Mrs. Jelil for your dedication to this project and helping students throughout this process!
When 5th/3rd came this weeks our 5th graders got to think about what they want to be when they grow up! They used magazines to find pictures for a collage showing their future careers!
Lynn White from Butler Soil and Water Conservation District came to Suellen Albert's science class to teach about macro-invertebrates and how they can indicate the health of steams and ponds!
Students had a blast celebrating Valentine's Day in the classrooms! Mrs. Wyatt's class read the book LOVE by Matt de la Pena and wrote blurbs about what Love is to us And Miss Cain's class wrote why they love their parents!
This week was "Fill that Bus" week at Ridgeway! Students were encouraged to bring in canned food items to be donated to the local food pantry! If students brought an item they got to participate in all kinds of fun activities and outfits! Students could have worn wacky hair on Thursday or went to a [...]
Shout Out to Eli Little - 6th grade Ridgeway student On Thursday January 18th Ridgeway student Eli Little saw a story on Channel 9 news about a veteran, Jimmy Miller, who was hit by a car on MLK Blvd in Hamilton. A witness stated Jimmy was most upset about his new battery powered wheelchair being [...]
As we kick off the Jump Rope for Heart Fundraiser to help the American Heart Association help others with heart disorders and heart disease, please consider your child to make a difference by being a heart hero! There is a lot to explore on the website, registration is free and there are interactive games and [...]
Students in Miss Pflueger's 5th grade classroom worked on adding and comparing fractions by using an awesome game from Investigations! The students love using the technology to get better practice with fractions and work with each other!