Bridle Ridge Parent Update
April 10, 2016
MISSION AND VISION
Ray-Pec Vision: - Turning today’s learners into tomorrow’s leaders.
Ray-Pec Mission: - Preparing EACH student for a successful and meaningful life.
BRIDLE RIDGE/EAGLE GLEN MUSIC FUNDRAISER TRIVIA NIGHT
We have had to reschedule our Trivia Night fundraiser for Friday, May 13th and we hope you can join us! All information can be found here: http://mrrew.weebly.com/trivia-night.html
This is a great chance to support our music programs and we hope you can attend.
The Bridle Ridge Book Fair runs from April 8th-April 15th. Please contact Mrs. Wilke, library media specialist, with any questions you may have about the book fair.
BRIDLE RIDGE PTA MEETING
5-7 grade S.T.E.A.M. Enrollment Form 2016://docs.google.com/document/d/1fUljfzF_-Z4Tch4KhEoxI0d6h9tFjqAMjf92KbZrzaw/edit
PARADE OF CHOIRS AT SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL
Spring Choir Concert
Voters elect Bailey, Edmonsond to Board
Voters on April 5 elected Kim Bailey and Susan Edmonsond to serve three-year terms on the School Board. Six candidates were seeking the two available seats. Bailey and Edmonson will replace incumbents Leo Anderson and Joe Anthuis on the Board.
Unofficial election results show these vote totals:
- Leo Anderson, 1,524 votes
- Lane T. Lucas, 902 votes
- Susan Edmonsond, 1,630 votes
- Joe Anthuis, 1,004 votes
- Kim Bailey, 1,926 votes
- Patrick S. Clark, 1,159 votes
- Write-in candidates, 24 votes
A reorganization meeting, at which new Board members will take the oath of office and Board officers for the coming year will be elected, is scheduled for Tuesday, April 19.
Voters Pass $27 Million Bond Issue with 79.85 Percent Approval
Ray-Pec voters on April 5 approved the $27 million bond issue. Unofficial election results show that the question passed with 79.85 percent approval. Cass County election results showed 3,745 "yes" votes and 945 "no" votes. Superintendent Dr. Kari Monsees thanked community members, parents, and staff for support of the bond issue. "We appreciate the overwhelming support of the community on this bond issue," he said. "The improvements will benefit our students for many years to come." Construction work at the high school should begin shortly after the end of the school year. Read more: http://www.raypec.k12.mo.us/index.aspx?NID=1040