Belong. Inspire. Grow.
Straight from the Hardt
Hello Ridgeline Families- Today is a real milestone in the history of Ridgeline High—we successfully made it to Christmas Break! While our students have been working hard in class and stayed busy with their activities, they still managed to have a fun and festive winter Spirit Week! Can I just say- we have the BEST kids! I truly enjoy what I do because of the kids and great people I work with! I have a lot of principal friends from around the area and as I talk with them about what’s happening at their schools and what’s happening at Ridgeline, it confirms the purpose of our mission. BELONGING and relationships are the key to a positive culture. The staff and students at Ridgeline will always share a special bond because we are all a part of creating something new. When you build a school environment together, the process also builds trust and pride.
Make it a great Holiday Season! See you all back in 2022! --Mr. Hardt
Unity in the Community- Blanket making Night
We wanted to express our appreciation to everyone that made our first annual Blanket Night a success. It was great to see you and your families enjoying a holiday night out. Thank you for your fleece donations, scissors, promotion and attendance.
We estimate we had over 200 people in attendance and made 244 blankets. Job well done, Falcons!
Falcon Link Crew
Our RHS Falcon Link Crew Leaders taught the "Making Choices" lesson on Friday, December 10th in the Freshmen Leadership Classes. The purpose was to help our freshmen see that using their available resources and support around them can help them in making decisions in their daily life, as well as when making choices about their long term plans and goals. Great job LEADERS!
Graphic Arts Students
Officer Mark Holthaus 'hired" four of our Graphic Arts students to work on recruitment flyers for the job openings in the Liberty Lake Police Department. Shown in the photo from left to right are Bella, Preston, Officer Holthaus, Braylon and Hunter. The two flyers chosen are also shown. Congratulations on a job well done Falcon Designers! Thanks to Officer Holthaus and the Liberty Lake Police Department for this real life opportunity for our students.They were "paid" with The Nest gift cards from our RHS DECA store, and chocolate.
Our Falcon Volleyball team was chosen as McDonald's Team of the Week 💚🏐🤍
RHS Holiday Band & Orchestra Concert
Amazing evening watching the RHS Orchestra & Band performances! Thank you to our special guest, Mr. Mitchell, for reading 'Twas the Night Before Christmas!
Unified Club Holiday Party
Our Falcon Fine Arts students have been creating some amazing pieces to celebrate the holiday season!
Dungeons & Dragons Club
The Dungeons and Dragons Club has been off to an amazing start. Next meeting is 01/12/22. Please see Mrs. Hoard with any questions. All are welcome!
On Wednesday, the chemistry students made science themed snowflakes. Some of the snowflakes included:
Marie Curie : a Polish-French physicist and chemist who conducted pioneering research on radioactivity.
Erwin Schrödinger : was a Nobel Prize-winning Austrian-Irish physicist who developed several fundamental results in quantum theory.
Mary Jackson : the first black female engineer at NASA, where she earned their most senior engineering title and later became the manager of both the Federal Women’s Program and of the Affirmative Action Program to help other women.
Albert Einstein : was a theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity. He’s best known for his formula E = mc2
Winter Break- NO SCHOOL
Winter Office Hours
Winter Office Hours
Business Office will be Closed during Winter Break
Hey Ridgeline Falcon Families, is your company or a company you know of HIRING?
Would you like some help in matching up age 16 and older high school students with your job openings?
If the answer is YES, please email Kelli Demarest, the Worksite Learning Coordinator at email@example.com to post your job on our job board, and/or to help match your company/organization with the right student employee. We would love to help you.
Want to earn high school credit for your job?
Want to earn high school credit for your job?
There are lots of job opportunities out there for our RHS students right now.
If you already have a job, or need advice about finding one, email the RHS Worksite Learning Coordinator to learn more. Stop by Room E202 & talk to Kelli Demarest – firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include your full name, age, and place of employment (if you have one) in the email.
Check out this video link to learn more about the awesomeness opportunities in FBLA!
Attend our first official meeting on Tuesday, January 4th in room E-202 during your lunch. The meeting will be held during both first and second lunch, so come during your usual lunch period. Regional Competition is in February, so don’t hesitate to join, so we can get you registered. See you there!
The COPE Junior Health Scholar (JHS) program is a great opportunity for high school students, 16-18 years old, who are interested in the healthcare field to gain clinical experience while interacting with all levels of medical staff to better understand the dynamics of a hospital environment. Students will receive an initial training where they will learn the basics of US health care. As a clinical program, we offer valuable opportunities to enhance the skills potential healthcare professionals will need to emphasize in their future careers.
Junior Health Scholars are able to become a member of the patient care team and aid hospital staff by answering call lights, rounding, assisting with repositioning patients, delivering water and blankets, discharge patients, and re-stock commonly used items. JHS students are given the opportunity to observe procedures and converse directly with a range of hospital staff including: CNAs, Nurses, Physicians, Respiratory Therapists, Physical Therapists, and more.
We will be holding an informational meeting on Tuesday the 21st of December at 6:00 PM Pacific Time! We would like to invite teachers, students, and parents/guardians to register with this link: https://copehealthsolutions.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwtc-2pqTsrG9J5LU2q-HtfYIBCLi1ZTf6v
Our current application deadline is January 2nd with training planned in February. More information can be found at our website or on our instagram page @eastwahealthscholars.
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