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Straight from the Hardt
Hello Ridgeline Families- this week we had the pleasure of celebrating and honoring our teachers! When you work in a school setting, it doesn’t matter what your job title is, every adult here is responsible for the well-being and growth of our students. By default, that makes every adult here a “teacher”. Appreciation and Kindness was a strong theme throughout the week. A gesture our staff will never forget came from our students. Every staff member received personalized notes from multiple students.
Students offered words of thanks and appreciation. When I read my own, I was not only impressed by the time and effort they put forth, but also how in tune and perceptive our students are about my role as principal. It was a great reminder of what we do-- matters! Thank you to our awesome students!
Staff also got some great love from our Sunshine Club. Food and treats every day! Thank you also to our Boosters for the gifts for staff!
When you become a teacher it is much more than a career. When you get to know a student’s individual story, their life becomes part of yours. You remain forever connected by that single thread…
I want to personally thank all of our “TEACHERS” at Ridgeline High School for bringing our Vision for our culture to life. You’ve made a difference for all of our students—what you do matters!
The next few weeks will go very rapidly. Stay on top of events and activities by skimming through the newsletter every week!
Make it a great weekend! --Mr. Hardt
Ridgeline High School Proudly presents "Once Upon a Mattress" Musical
Ridgeline High School Proudly presents "Once Upon a Mattress" May 13, 14, 18, 19, 20.
Doors open at 6:30 Curtain at 7:00
💻 Tickets are $8 per person and can be purchased at https://ridgelinehighschool.ludus.com/16628
On Friday, April 29th the Falcon Link Crew Leaders led lessons on "Honor" in the 9th grade Leadership Development classes. The lesson gave students an opportunity to have meaningful discussions around honor, and culminated in our "honor flight" activity which included creating a team paper airplane with one non-dominant arm each.
Well-done Link Leaders and Class of 2025!
Staff vs Student's 1st annual softball game
Hey batter batter! You're invited to come and help cheer on our 1st ever Staff vs. Student's softball game on May 26th!
We will have Food Trucks & Italian Sodas for purchase from 2:45-6:00pm!
More details to come, but we would love fans come and support the teams!
Spring Formal- June 4th
Save the date for our RHS Spring Formal Dance!
Here's the details:
- June 4th from 8-11pm in our RHS commons
- Tickets are $5 per person (cash only)
- Semi-formal dress
Introduction to Business and Marketing
Introduction to Business and Marketing students proudly showing their new water bottle designs. Students had to create a new water bottle brand, come up with a realistic label design, including celebrity endorser and slogan. Students then had to develop a marketing strategy for their newly created brand. Students were extremely creative, and even Mr. Hardt was highlighted in a design by Brooklyn Hillman!
1st ever RHS Tetris Tournament
Here are the deets:
- May 20th 2:30 until we are done.
- There will be a prize for the winner. Also props.
- Top placers will have a chance to compete at the District Level.
Ready to Practice:
- We will be using Twitch Tetris – Google it it’s easy to find.
Here is the Tetris Tournament sign up form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc5xhEK4faLAVuBy_Ege8mXb47tQdlOFJp1ameBIvMMonoCrw/viewform?usp=sf_link
The boys held their own at the 4th GSL at Wandermere GC. Team took 3rd with Tanner Smith leading the way with a round of 72!
Last GSL match will be next Tuesday at the Fairways Golf Course!
The girls did a great job again in their 4th GSL match at Wandermere. Carolyn Rose’s low round for the Falcons led her to a three way tie for 7th place as an individual.
Last GSL match will be held at The Fairways Golf Course next Tuesday. Come support your Falcon golfers.
WIAA State Championships
These amazing artists had the experience to represent Ridgeline High School and the Spokane region at the WIAA State Championships in Ellensburg, WA last weekend. Each student prepared her and his own musical selection to be adjudicated by three qualified professionals in the respective instrumental category. While we did not have any students place this year, it was an exciting reward to be in the company of so many of the state’s finest artists.
Congrats to Jace Crane, Daden Lewis, Hannah Lind, Cannon Parsons, Parker Troye, and Carolyn Rose for representing the best of Ridgeline High School and the honor of competing at state.
We are endlessly inspired by the impact you make on our music community and the school at large. Ubuntu!
HAMILTON GUEST ARTIST
HAMILTON GUEST ARTIST
Monday, May 16th
3:00pm – 4:30pm
Ridgeline HS Theatre
Ridgeline High School Band Boosters are proud to partner with a special donor who has made it possible for us to host Christopher Henry Young from the US Touring Production of Hamilton! Christopher will host a 90 minute session for ALL interested Ridgeline HS students that includes an interactive workshop to experience the creative process through the eyes of a professional actor and singer. He will also host a Q & A for students to inquire about his story as it came to be, and tips and strategies for any young person entering the world for ANY career field. Students need NO EXPERIENCE to join us. Ridgeline HS students from any corner are welcome!
Thank you our amazing EMERALD level donor for this amazing gift! The impact these experiences can have on students across academic disciplines is life changing. Our gratitude is shown in the bright smiles you see everyday at Ridgeline High School. You can see Christopher perform with his team at the First Interstate Center for the Arts; Hamilton runs now until Thursday, May 22nd.
Lunch Hero Day
We want to thank our amazing Lunch Heros! We are so thankful for our wonderful lunch crew & appreciate all they do for us!
Nurses Appreciation Day
Students made stop motion videos to show different chemical reactions in Miss Nitteberg's class!
Special thanks to: Lynn Frucci, Ashley Foster, Erika Elgee-Maxwell, Dawn Faughender, Tessa Johnston & Angela Fontaine for their amazing efforts to highlight our deserving staff.
Hello Falcon Families!!
Your Booster club is nearing the end of our first year and next month at our "Annual Meeting" we will be holding elections for all Board member positions. The positions include; President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer. The position descriptions can be found on the school website under the RHS Falcon Booster tab under Parent/Student resources. It may also be found under the athletics tab.
The concession stand is still open and our last home event will be on 05/05/2022. Below is the sign up genius if you would like to help support this effort. It is not hard and can be a fun time!!
We are also making plans to celebrate our great Falcon staff during Teacher Appreciation Week beginning 05/02/2022.
If you are interested in helping with this event please send an email to email@example.com
We are also partnering with the ASB planning a Spring dance on 06/04/2022 and again if you are interested in helping please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We would love to have your involvement!!!
Next Booster Club meeting is 05/31/2022 6:30 PM at the Fieldhouse Pizza in Liberty Lake
This is the annual meeting and Board Elections will be held. Come get involved for your kids!!
Hello RHS Falcon Boosters,
We could still use a few more volunteers to finish off our last 3 concessions this month. Please consider helping out!
2022-23 CVVL High School Course REGISTRATION OPEN NOW!
2022-23 CVVL High School Course REGISTRATION OPEN NOW!
If you are planning to take a CVVL course(s), please register now to secure your spot for the Fall.
Students may request 1-2 CVVL courses. Any student wishing to take more than 2 courses must have prior approval from CVVL Administration. Demonstrated success in online courses is necessary for approval of more than 2 CVVL courses.
All courses are offered based on sufficient enrollment. Students are entered into classes based on school counselor approval (gathered by our office staff) and on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Falcons are you looking for a Summer job?
Are you looking for a summer job? Attend the CVSD Student Job Fair! Have your resumes ready to bring with you!
Thursday, May 12th from 1:00-3:30pm
Ridgeline High School Commons
See Mrs. Demarest in Room E202 with any questions or email at email@example.com
FREE High School Summer Pass from Planet Fitness
Youth Leadership Spokane is now accepting applications!
Youth Leadership Spokane is now accepting applications for high school students grades 10 – 12 for the 2023 class. This is a great opportunity for students to learn about their community, network with industries and organizations, have some great volunteer opportunities, and meet students from all over the Spokane region. The commitment is only one evening a month, and it is a great resume-builder. We want some Ridgeline students representing!
From the Attendance Desk
Reminder- School starts at 7:45am Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. School starts at 8:15am on Thursday. We are starting to see more and more students arriving to school at or after the posted start time. This is causing students to be late to 1st period. It's really important that whether a student drives to school or is dropped off, they arrive with enough time to be in class and ready to go at 7:45 (M,T,W,F) or 8:15 (Th) depending on the day. Please talk with your students about the importance of being to school and classes on time.
If your student is absent from school please call our attendance line at 509-558-3801 to excuse their absence.
Business Office Hours
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