Michael Ruiz: Jesus is a student that is always going above and beyond in terms of what is expected of him. There have been countless times where I have seen him go out of his way to help other students. This trait of helping others is a great representation of the character that Jesus has.
Robyn Jones: Anthony has been working very hard in Literacy class. This is a tougher class for him but he has accepted the challenge and tackled it head on. He has also worked on his writing skills and answers questions more completely and thoughtfully. In addition, his handwriting has gotten much better which shows he is slowing down in order to do a better job.
Carla Taylor: William has gone above and beyond this 9 weeks with being responsible for his work. He has offered to help others. I have seen a huge turnaround in William's work ethic in my class. I hope this is going to flow over to other classes and in his future. Great job William--keep up the good work!!!
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!
Friday JH students participated in the Caudill Election Day. Students who read 3 or more Caudill books cast their ballots for their favorite novel. Ridgeview votes will be included in the state-wide middle school votes. While voting was taking place, all JH students were invited to celebrate their peers by enjoying hot cocoa and treats at the Ridgeview coffeehouse (library). Congrats to our voters: Caeden Lopshire, Bre Meyer, Sylvia Lopshire, Lexi Fleenor, Chase Beitz, and Cassidy Burmaster! We look forward to getting even more eligible voters next year!