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Straight from the Hardt
We would like to make you aware of a situation in our neighborhood. A man driving a red truck stopped and directed one of our students to get in his truck. The student did not and reported the incident.
To reassure you, we have notified law enforcement and have also asked our district’s Campus Resource Officers to patrol the area to help ensure the safety of our students and will keep you apprised if any additional information is available. As always, we do not want to cause unnecessary alarm, but feel it is important for parents to be aware of the situation. We take reports like this very seriously.
This could be an isolated incident, but it is a reminder to talk with your teen about personal safety and awareness.
I have to admit, I’m looking forward to the weekend! One of the cool aspects of working in a high school is all the joy and enthusiasm you glean from the students. At the same time, it takes a lot of energy to keep up with their pace, so I’m tired! First full week of school is like starting a new workout routine, it takes a while to get back in shape and build your endurance! We will be even stronger in our second full week coming up.
Walkers… If your child walks to school from the South side neighborhood they may have mentioned that construction fences have gone up, blocking that gravel driveway that they usually walk down to get to school. That was done very intentionally by the contractors, in agreement with the school district, for safety and liability purposes. We truly don’t want kids to walk from that side as construction traffic and heavy equipment is going to get even more active in the coming months. Long term outlook is that we are anticipating a safe walking path to be available by December. In the meantime, please ask your students to walk around the property on the sidewalks, or get a ride. ALSO-- I am exploring a possible bussing option with transportation to get us through the next few months. Tell your kids Mr. Hardt is working on a plan, and I’m sorry I had to cut off their path…
Employment Opportunity!: Have you always wanted to work in a high school? Now’s your chance… Come to work at Ridgeline High School and be a part of something special! We are looking for great people who enjoy teenagers, work well with others, and have a positive attitude! If this sounds like you or someone you know, then you should come work with us! We are hiring Para-educators to work with special education students and School Assistants to supervise all students throughout the day. JOIN OUR TEAM! Apply online at https://www.cvsd.org/apps/pages/employment. Call me if you want to talk about it… 558-3802.
EWU Teacher of the Month
Congratulations to Ms. Tiera Como as the EWU teacher on the month!
Ridgeline merchandise is now available
Our Booster Club has created an online store for the high demand of Ridgeline merchandise. The proceeds from this online store will go to the Booster Club and directly support students and staff at Ridgeline High School. This store will close next Thursday (9/23) at midnight. Orders will be shipped directly to your home. Enjoy!
Falcon families- If you have a student who is planning to drive to school this fall please take a moment to fill out the parking registration form. There is NO FEE ASSOCIATED with a parking pass this year but we are requiring any student driver to have a parking pass visible in their car. It’s important that all cars parked in our parking lot during the school day are registered with RHS so that we are able to identify any car that doesn’t belong on our campus. This will also help us in the event that we need to investigate an incident that has occurred in the parking lot. Parking Passes are available to pick up in the Business Office.
Parents & Parking
Student Services Information
JUNIORS! RHS will be offering the PSAT October 26th. Registration coming October 1st! Limited seats available.
T24 College Fair will be held at Central Valley High School on Tuesday, October 5, 2021, from 5:30-7:30pm. This event is open to all students, grades 9-11!
CVSD Support for Your Family
CVSD Support for Your Family
We want to share with you both school supports and community resources that you can access if your family and/or child is in need. We also want you to know that, new this year, we have included on the back of your child’s student ID badge contact information for crisis and emergencies, such as the 24/7 Regional Crisis Line 1-877-266-1818.
Class of 2025 (9th graders) Corey Anderson
Class of 2024 (10th graders) Megan McMurtrey
Class of 2023 (11th graders) Kara Twining
Greetings Falcons Roboticists!
CALL OUT FOR ADULT MENTORS: We really need a couple more adult mentors to help out with the team as the season gets underway. Mentors don’t need a technical background – they just have to like working with students. We do have a particular need for someone who can mentor in Java programming – please let me know if you know someone!
Falcon Debate Club info meeting, Sept. 23
- All students are welcome to join our inaugural Falcon Debate Club!
- Informational meeting:
- Thursday, Sept. 23
- Before or after school (8-8:15 or 2:15-2:30, choose one)
- Room D208
- The Falcon Debate Club is open to all RHS students, with or without speech and debate experience.
- Students will have opportunities to travel and compete in the Inland Northwest Tournament circuit, hang out with club members, possibly earn a varsity letter, and have fun!
- Questions? Contact:
- David Cunningham, Speech and Debate Adviser
- email@example.com; 558-3857
Student Picture Retake Day
Want to earn high school credit for your job?
There are lots of job opportunities out there for our CVSD students right now.
If you already have a job, or need advice about finding one, email the RHS Worksite Learning Coordinator to learn more.
Ridgeline High School – Kelli Demarest – firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include your full name, age, and place of employment (if you have one) in the email.
GSL Event Tickets & ASB Card information
Athletic events at RHS that require tickets for admittance...which include Football, Volleyball, Boys/Girls Basketball, Wrestling, and Gymnastics.
At this time cash or check is all we can accept at the gate of an event.
$5 Senior Citizens
$5 School aged children (1st-12th grade)
Adult GSL passes available online or in the business office at RHS.
Students can purchase their ASB card for $35 in the business office or online along with yearbooks, class fees, etc. This ASB/GSL card for students gets them into all the GSL events (home and away) and is also required to purchase to participate in activities and athletics. Temporary cards are given to students until our Student ID cards are issued to us in the weeks following picture day. These temporary cards are available right now in the business office for those students who have already purchased their ASB online or when they registered for athletics. Please come by the business office and pick up your card!
Business Office Open Hours:
For the temporary ASB cards:
Temporary ASB cards will be available for pick-up at the business office, during business hours. If you have purchased, or would like to purchase an ASB card, please see Angie at the business office window. Temporary cards can be exchanged for your ASB card when school pictures come in. The expiration for the temporary card will be 10/11/2021-one week after picture retakes are due to come in.
To report your student's absence, please call (509) 558-3801
To contact our Student Services, please call (509) 558-3872