November 13, 2020
Dear Ridgefield Families,
Are you the superstitious type? I have never been one to believe in superstitions, but with today being Friday the 13th and the way 2020 has been going, well, I just might need to rethink things. After all, it couldn’t hurt if we all found a penny or a four-leaf clover.
November is a time of thanks and gratitude. Over the past several months, I have asked for your insight and input on various topics through various surveys. This week, I would like to use our ThoughtExchange platform in a very different way. This week I would like to see if we can do a Gratitude Exchange. I am inviting each of you to take a few moments and share a success or celebration from this year (survey link). Feel free to share shout-outs to those that are making a real difference for you and your family. Let’s all celebrate and feel good together as we continue to demonstrate #RidgefieldResilient. The full link to the survey is: https://my.thoughtexchange.com/#374476586
Thank you for continuing to share amazing photos of your children learning through Ridgefield Remote. Until we can return to hybrid learning, these photos help connect us. Please keep them coming (email@example.com). Below are several of the more recent images shared with the District.
It is not too late...you have until Monday, November 16th to sign-up for the 4th Annual Ridgefield Public Schools Foundation Turkey Trot (link here). This year the event will take place virtually. It is a great chance to get in a bit of exercise before your Thanksgiving meal.
As always, stay well and remain #RidgefieldResilient.
Dr. Nathan McCann