Belong. Inspire. Grow.
Straight from the Hardt
Hello Ridgeline Families-
Just when we think things are going to slow down…they don’t! Each passing day and week keeps us very busy and engaged in what we do. I guess it’s good that time goes faster when you’re having fun!
So much to celebrate and look forward to. Each weekly newsletter will help keep you in the know, so take a quick skim through.
We are going to celebrate the month of October with a full Spirit Week the 18th-22nd.
It has been a real pleasure to watch our student-athletes and Regiment members work and compete this year. I feel they have exceeded expectations in so many ways. Not just in the Win/Loss column, but their overall effort, attitudes, and commitment. Thank you to our Coaches for developing leadership and character in our students through your example and commitment as well.
Equally important has been our student section at sporting events—they’ve been awesome! They’re supportive, loud, and certainly know how to have a good time! Thank you to leadership and other student groups for working behind the scenes of most activities to promote school spirit!
We are planning our first school-wide assembly in the main gym to celebrate Veteran’s Day on November 10, 9:15am. Veteran’s from our families and community are invited to join us and share in a moment of thanks and respect. We will have an honors seating area, but space is somewhat limited due to covid capacity issues. Any Veteran may be accompanied by 1-2 people.
Thank you for your continued support of staff and students at Ridgeline High School.
Make it a great weekend! --Mr. Hardt
Ridgeline Regiment Community Dessert Night Performance
Thursday, October 21st @ 7:30pm
Ridgeline Regiment Community Dessert Night Performance
Free - RHS Stadium
Come see our award-winning marching band, the Ridgeline Regiment perform their 2021 program, Green With Envy. The marching band has had an excellent competitive season with a 1st-place finish, and 4th-place finish and special recognition in categories including best visual, best effect, best colorguard, best percussion and best drum major – congrats Owen Rich!
After the performance, the Ridgeline HS Band Boosters will host a dessert bar for our patrons in the school commons. The band will compete for a final time on October 30th in Martin Stadium at Washington State University for the Washington State Marching Band Championships. Come cheer them on!
Coats 4 Kids
Join our Unified Club!
Our Falcon Fine Arts students took some inspiration from popular candy to complete their own Pop Art pieces
Dear Falcon students, families, and staff,
We would like to honor the veterans in your family during Veterans Day next week. We have a few questions and you can upload a photograph of your family and closest friends who have served. These vets will be honored during the assembly and throughout the week on our video screens in the Commons.
You can only fill out one form, but each form can accept up to 5 veterans. We are requesting students and staff to fill out information for one veteran, but you can add up to four more if you have a lot of service history in your immediate family.
Photographs in uniform are wonderful, but it is not required that uploaded photos are of someone in their uniform. Please complete submissions by Monday, November 1st so we can include your honorees in the assembly the following week. Thank you for helping us honor those who you are close to. Veterans Day is an important day to celebrate our service men and women.
Girl's Basketball Meeting
Attention ALL girls interested in playing basketball. This also goes out to any girl who has ever thought about, considered or even debated playing basketball for the Falcons. We will have a pre-season informational meeting on Wednesday October 20, 2021 at 7:25 am in classroom A-223. If you are unable to make the morning meeting, we will cover the same information at 2:20 in room A-223. I look forward to seeing you there!!!
Falcon Debate Club off to great start
The Falcon Debate Club welcomed more than 20 freshmen, sophomores, and juniors during its first meetings last week.
The club is always welcoming new members, with or without debate experience.
Its next meetings are Tuesday (Oct. 19) and Thursday (Oct.21), 2:30-4:00, room D208.
· David Cunningham, Speech and Debate Adviser
· firstname.lastname@example.org; 558-3857
Boston Marathon completed!
I set out 4 years ago to achieve this goal. I qualified at the 2019 Light at the End of the Tunnel Marathon for the 2020 Boston Marathon. That marathon was cancelled and I had to re-apply for the 2021 Boston Marathon. I was blessed to get in and on October 11th, I fulfilled my dream to run the Boston Marathon. It was an amazing experience. The city of Boston really celebrates this race and all of the athletes. There wasn’t a single mile along the 26.2 mile route from Hopkinton to Boylston Street that wasn’t lined with supporters. Turning onto Boylston Street brought tears to my eyes and goosebumps to my arms. I was a Boston Marathon runner!
-Nurse Heather Graham
Do you want to earn high school credit for your job?
If you already have a job, or need advice about finding one, email the RHS Worksite Learning Coordinator to learn more.
Kelli Demarest - email@example.com
PSAT Registration is now open for JUNIORS!
JUNIORS! RHS will be offering the PSAT October 26th. This is for 4-year university/college bound students!
Information about SAT, ACT, AP, scholarships, Running Start
Parents/Guardians please encourage your student to join the Google Classroom for their graduating class
Parents/Guardians please encourage your student to join the Google Classroom for their graduating class. Throughout their high school career, counselors will be communicating various items via this platform. The join codes are listed below. Thanks for your support!!
Google Classroom Class Codes:
Class of 2023: ushoq73
Class of 2024: sbgidjp
Class of 2025: jb6oetg
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