It's March and the Madness has begun!!
The games are on and your favorite team is in the Big Dance!!
Your parents purchased tickets to the CHAMPIONSHIP GAME!!!
You can't wait...
But your (not so funny) little sister decided to hide your tickets. Can you find them in time???
Mr. Hutley, Mr. Ruiz and Mrs. Taylor’s 8th grade and Freshman math classes had to “Break” the tickets out of the locked box.
Thank you to Mrs. Grunloh from Lexington High School for introducing us to this concept!
What a great experience!
Hannah Hamilton and Brodie Weidner
Mrs. Underwood nominated Hannah Hamilton.
"Hannah Hamilton is doing very well in my class. She is a leader, volunteers, and adds great insight.
She also competed with the WYSE team and was successful."
Hannah was a participated in basketball and was still able to achieve high marks academically.
Mrs. Bunting nominated Brodie Wiedner
"I would like to nominate Brodie Weidner for student of the month. In Ag Mechanics, he continually goes above and beyond and is a leader in the shop. He also constructed a wooden ice cooler for our Alumni auction and spent countless hours outside of class building and finalizing his project for the auction. I appreciate all of his hard work and dedication."
Brodie was also a member of the Ridgeview Basketball team.
Noah Young was Ridgeview's recipient of the DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) Good Citizen Award. Noah attended a luncheon at Bloomington Country Club on Thursday, March 9th, in recognition of this accomplishment. Noah was selected based on a winning essay, his excellent citizenship, and his involvement at Ridgeview. Noah was one of 12 students honored from area schools located in McLean County. Noah was awarded a certificate and a monetary gift for his accomplishment.