South Ridge Elementary

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Spreading Peace

Our South Ridge students are hard at work making peace ornaments, to spread throughout our amazing community. The students are each painting an ornament with their own unique art and words of peace.


While working on their ornament they listened to a book called Maybe Something Beautiful by Isabel Campoy and Theresa Howell. Maybe Something Beautiful is based on the true story of the Urban Art Trail in San Diego, California. The illustrator of this book, Rafael López, and his wife Candice brought hope, beauty and a strengthened sense of community to the East Village by turning the dark alleys into art .


Here at South Ridge we have been working hard to spread kindness, joy and positive messages throughout the school and are ready to spread it to the rest of our community! On January 3rd, we are hosting a hot cocoa drive through. We will also be handing out peace ornaments that will have directions on them to encourage families to hang the ornaments throughout Ridgefield. We have also partnered with some local businesses that will also be displaying the ornaments in their windows.


Together we can spread peace and beauty throughout our community that we all love so much!

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Home Connection

Winter Break --No School

Monday, Dec. 20th, 12am to Friday, Dec. 31st, 2am

502 Northwest 199th Street

Ridgefield, WA

Teacher In-Service: No School

Monday, Jan. 3rd 2022 at 9am

502 Northwest 199th Street

Ridgefield, WA

Cocoa Night

Monday, Jan. 3rd 2022 at 4:30pm

502 Northwest 199th Street

Ridgefield, WA

Last name A-L 4:30-5:00

Last name M-Z 5:00-5:30


South Ridge Elementary School

Building A parking lot.

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