Ridgeview's Miss Luettich and Mrs. Wissmiller celebrate Library week with an Edible Book event. Teacher's and students represented their favorite books by recreating them with food!
The Ridgeview High School yearbook class is busy finishing this year's exciting new volume of photos and memories. This year's book titled "Breaking Through Ridgeview" is 96 colored pages featuring the most memorable events of the past nine months. These Ridgeview High School yearbooks are currently on sale. If you have not purchased one yet, you may bring your money to Mr. Snell at school. Due any time before the end of the school year, the price is $45. Checks can be made out the Ridgeview Yearbook. Email Mr. Snell with any questions. firstname.lastname@example.org
It is also time to place an order for the Ridgeview Junior High yearbook. This year your book will be designed by Ms. Barnes' 8th grade classes. This picture book will be 20 pages in color. Individual students, teams, clubs and a variety of candids will fill the pages. The cost is $15 due to Ms Barnes not later than Friday, May 27. Email Ms. Barnes with any questions. email@example.com
The Feb/March Students of the Month are Michael Hadley and Erin Clark.
Michael Hadley earned his Red Cord to wear at graduation with the ARC Student Leadership program by donating multiple times and serving at the blood drive in honor of Carly. He inspired his sister and others to donate blood, helped with refreshments, promoted the blood drive with elementary students, worked at the check-in table, and helped with childcare.
Erin Clark demonstrated excellent leadership at the 7th annual Ridgeview Blood Drive in March. For multiple years she has served in the areas of blood drive promotion, check-in, refreshments, recruitment, and this year she donated blood herself. Erin's positive attitude and willingness to lead makes her a great team player. She does this among a host of other school activities and also working.