Belong. Inspire. Grow.
Straight from the Hardt
Hello Ridgeline Families- I know you’ll be impressed by our students when you look over another fantastic newsletter this week! Concert season is in full swing, and winter sports have seen an excellent turn out. Other opportunities to be involved in clubs and activities are highlighted this week. It is well known and supported by research, that students who get involved in ANY sort of school related activity beyond the classroom has greater sense of belonging and well-being. If your teen hasn’t found a place and you think they should, please give their counselor a call and maybe they can help. A new program outlined in the newsletter is the After School Tutoring program. This will be staffed by Ridgeline teachers. Check it out and see if it is something you would find valuable and helpful for your student. Please remember to drive with caution and watch for people during before/after school pick-up times. Stay alert at the roundabout, and please don’t park near the roundabout where it could prevent traffic from flowing through in any direction. I don’t mind creative thinking in where you drop off/pick up your child as long as it isn’t blocking traffic or busses. Next week is Thanksgiving with EARLY RELEASE on Wednesday- schedule follows below. We appreciate the opportunity to work with you and your teenagers! Make it a great weekend! --Mr. Hardt
Showtime! All Ridgeline students and parents are welcome to come and learn more about our two unique Ridgeline Indoor programs!!!
📅 Mark your calendars for Monday, November 22nd at 7pm
💚 Indoor Percussion meeting in the RHS Band Room
💚 Winter Colorguard meeting in the RHS Choir Room
BSN Girls Basketball Store is now OPEN!
Ridgeline Student Athletes:
Boys and Girls can still join wrestling! Any athletes that start practice by Monday 11/22 will have enough practices to wrestle in the first home competition. New to wrestling?... no worries. Wrestling is a no-cut sport that is open to everyone! Contact coach Gretch at email@example.com with questions.
BSN Wrestling Store closes on November 24th
RHS Diversity Club
RHS Diversity Club- Building Unity Together
Meeting Mondays at 2:20 in room D211
All are welcome!
Unified Club meeting on November 30th
TUESDAY, November 30th from 2:30pm - 3:00pm in Room D111
Meeting will begin in Room D111, then heading into the gym to play basketball together.
This club is for all students and in the Spring, we will start our Unified Soccer Team.
Find out how you can do something BIGGER. The 🌎is better when we play UNIFIED.
Falcon Debate Team
GSL All-League for Soccer
Preslie Young (#18) – 2nd team Forward – 1 of only 2 10th graders on all 3 all-league teams
Natalie Thompson (#11) – Honorable Mention Midfield – the only Freshmen on all 3 all-league teams
Such an amazing accomplishment- Way to go!!
Ridgeline HS Bands Fall Concert: Immoveable Objects
Ridgeline Orchestra Fall Concert- Autumn's Gifts
National Career Development week
During National Career Development week the graphic arts students have been learning about a successful Spokane digital agency, Seven2 through a virtual tour. They have been learning about the various job opportunities available to them, and the training required for those jobs. Seven2 has well known clients such as Amazon, Disney, CNN and many more. Thank you to Seven2 for making time to create a virtual tour for our students.
Unity in the Community- Holiday Blanket Night
When: Thursday December 9th
Where: Ridgeline Commons
What: Making Tied Fleece Blankets
Why: To donate to the homeless and foster care children in our community
What we need:
2 yard pieces of polar fleece (Each blanket needs two 2yd pieces)
1 ½ -2” wide rolls of ribbon
New socks, hats, gloves to donate
Monetary donations (with the notation that it’s for blanket making)
Donations can be dropped off at the offices of Ridgeline, University and Mica Peak High Schools or bring them the night of the event to Ridgeline.
Questions: Contact Krista Larsen firstname.lastname@example.org
COMMUNITY MEMBERS WELCOME!
FCCLA Club Meeting- 11/24 @7:30am
RHS Book Club
Thanksgiving Early Release Bell Schedule
Toys for Tots Toy Drive
FREE Thanksgiving Food Distribution Sites & FREE Thanksgiving Meals
Falcon After School Tutoring program
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 – email@example.com
Please include your full name, age, and place of employment (if you have one) in the email.
World Language Competency Test
Business Office Hours
Business Office Open Hours:
To report your student's absence, please call (509) 558-3801
To contact our Student Services, please call (509) 558-3872