Belong. Inspire. Grow.
Straight from the Hardt
Hello Ridgeline Families—
One of the positive outcomes for me through the pandemic has been a renewed appreciation for the “little things” and “moments” that feel like a normal school experience. ‘Normal’ doesn’t actually represent how satisfying it is to see our student’s faces and hear their voices when they are doing regular things like talking at lunch, walking in the halls, or laughing and having fun during a spirit week! A typical interaction with a student carries a greater significance than it ever has before. That’s why our goal is to make our best effort to ensure those encounters are positive and demonstrate our commitment to them as young people and a commitment to helping them reach their goals. The high school experience is happening again and you can feel it during spirit week, at games, or at Regiment competitions. Each Friday when I reflect on the week I have gained an appreciation for how great our students are, how passionate our staff is, and how supportive our community has been. If we do this year in the best way possible, our foundation will be solidified and our Falcon Pride and Spirit will show through to all who pass through these halls. Make it a great weekend! –Mr. Hardt
Boys Basketball Meeting
For any boys interested in playing basketball at Ridgeline High School this school year there will be a pre-season meeting on Monday, October 25th at 7:20 AM in the Main Gym. We will discuss the registration process, program expectations, tryout and season schedule, and player equipment needs. If you can’t make the meeting, please come see Coach Rehkow in H107 during the school day to receive more information. We are excited to get our Falcon Basketball Program going and hope you will sign up and attend tryouts on November 15th at 2:45 PM. Any questions please see Coach Rehkow in H107 or email coach at email@example.com .
Birds of Prey Podcast Club
It provides opportunities for students to express their thoughts and ideas, provide entertainment, news, and information to the Ridgeline High School community. You will also be able to practice skills like organization, public speaking, interviewing, storytelling, creative thinking, problem-solving, and commitment.
If this sounds like something you'd be interested in, please join us on Tuesdays & Fridays in Room D104 from 2:20-3:30pm.
Volleyball Games this week
We have 3 BIG VOLLEYBALL games coming up next week...
Monday @ home vs Gonzaga Prep (#3 in our league)
Tuesday @ home vs Mead (#1 in our league)
Then the biggest of them all... Thursday AT CV!!!!!!!!!!
We love seeing our fans & hope to see you at our games!
Falcon Varsity Soccer team made it to District Playoffs
Falcon Varsity Soccer team made it to District Playoffs 🥅⚽💚🖤 First game is Tuesday, October 26th at Union Stadium against Mt. Spokane. Game time is set for 5pm. 2nd game will be Saturday, October 30th, time and place TBA. The team would love to see some Falcons out for support. District playoffs are $5 per student, and $7 per adult. Come out and show that Falcon Pride! ⚽🥅 Talons Up!!
RHS Debate Club
Falcon Debate Club prepares for upcoming tournaments
The club, along with the speech and debate class, is preparing for the Rookie Rumble Tournament on Oct. 29-30 and the Welcome to the Jungle Tournament on Nov. 12-13. Students will compete at Ridgeline via Zoom.
The club's next meetings are Tuesday (Oct. 26) and Thursday (Oct.28), 2:30-4:00, room D208. New members are always welcome.
David Cunningham, Speech & Debate Adviser
The Nest is opening soon!
Ridgeline Band Booster- Pie Fundraiser
Pies! That is all you really need to know!
We are launching our Ridgeline Band Booster fundraiser- a Thanksgiving Pie Sale. Preorder your delicious, homemade pies from the website (listed below) and pickup just in time for your Thanksgiving feast. Pies are made by Desserts by Sara and our Ridgeline Band Boosters will get to keep the profits 😊
Sale starts now! Ends November 7!
Pickup pies at Desserts by Sara November 23 or 24 (you choose at purchase).
Don’t let your friends and family miss out! Pass on the news!
Join our Unified Club!
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.
Thank you Leadership Spokane for joining us!
Ridgeline High School hosted a tour organized by Kelli Demarest (LS Class of 2016) for some members of the Leadership Spokane Class of 2022 and a few alumni on Wednesday, October 20th led by Jay Rowell, Associate Superintendent, and Jesse Hardt, Principal. They learned about how RHS went from being a vision that was imagined to the reality that it is today. They were all very impressed with the aesthetics, and features of Ridgeline. Thank you Leadership Spokane for joining us!
Whitworth University College Visit
Whitworth University will be visiting next Friday, Oct 29th during 2nd period. Sign up with Mrs. Twining in Student Services in Room A118, if you’d like to attend!
Sorority / Frat Day
Landon Johnson - playing country classics for Western Day
Landon Johnson serenading his third period class with Mr. Egeland in box drum. Playing country classics for Western Day. Way to go Landon!
Throwback Thursday- dress up in any decade
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. 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.
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
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To report your student's absence, please call (509) 558-3801
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