ATTENTION FAMILIES: Tonight's scheduled Suicide Awareness event has been postponed. Once it has been rescheduled, we will share details about the new date and time here and in our weekly newsletter. Thank you for your understanding, and we apologize for any inconvenience.
Reminder to families: there is no school on Monday, January 16 in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday. Please note that the Ridgefield Family Resource Center will also be closed on Monday.
Ridgefield School District has rapid COVID tests available to the community. If you are in need of testing supplies, please reach out to your school nurse or drop by the District Office at 510 Pioneer Street.
It's time for the annual Empty Bowl fundraiser organized by Ridgefield High School's National Honor Society! Donations start at $20, and all proceeds benefit the Ridgefield Family Resource Center. The RHS Art Club and local artists are making and donating ceramic bowls, while NHS organizes the dinner. We hope to see you there!
The Ridgefield Family Resource Center's hours will be limited the week of Thanksgiving. Next week, the RFRC will be open for shopping on Sunday, Nov. 20th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Monday, Nov. 21st from 1 to 5 p.m. The RFRC will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 23rd and Thursday, Nov. 24th (and the RFRC is always closed on Fridays).
RHS 10th grader Medea Rusu won the district title in the 200 individual medley and 100 backstroke at the 2A/1A district meet in Shelton to earn a nomination for the Columbian's Week 9 Prep Athlete of the Week! Voting is open until 7 p.m. Thursday at https://www.columbian.com/news/2022/nov/08/nominees-for-the-columbian-2022-week-9-prep-athlete-of-the-week/.
We are proud to announce that our CAPS Program has just been selected as one of the top 100 innovations to watch out for in 2023! We were chosen out of 3,000+ applicants for our impact in education innovation. Check us out in the #HundrEDGlobalCollection from HundrED.org! Download the report at: hundred.org/en/collections/hundred-2023
Tickets for RHS Theatre's fall play are now on sale at https://wa-ridgefield-lite.intouchreceipting.com/rhstheatre!
Picture Day Pre-order Link!! https://vando.imagequix.com/g1000949075#login
August 18 - Picture/Orientation Day - See Schedule for your time slot. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oKiBvE__Z3G0h-49kudCoLIwV5gb6vPE8afGyfkR6E0/edit
Just a reminder that Sports Physicals are valid for two years!
Get ready for Fall Sports! Information here https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rZqrItRRCRRd1G8hu73eFRiYtLM64v0FlxtIjqmswzM/edit
2022-23 Grad Night Info Night When: Wednesday, June 1st Where: RHS Library/Media Center Time : 6:30pm Information for the current RHS juniors to prepare for 2023 Grad Night
Congratulations to Kaylee Kirkelie for being nominated for the STEM Rising Star award. Kaylee. Along with a $250 stipend, Kaylee will be competing for the Southwest Washington STEM Rising Star award.
RHS 10th grader Elizabeth Peery went 5-for-7 with four runs, a home run and five RBI, while also striking out four in five innings as a pitcher in two league wins for the Spudders to earn a nomination from The Columbian for the Week 28 Prep Athlete of the Week! Click on the link below to submit your vote. But don't delay: voting closes at 7 p.m. Wednesday! https://www.columbian.com/news/2022/may/09/nominees-for-northwest-personal-training-week-28-prep-athlete-of-the-week/
A HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to the RHS Knowledge Bowl team and Coach David Jacobson for winning the NATIONAL KNOWLEDGE BOWL CHAMPIONSHIP! Team members are Micah Ross, Olivia DesRochers, Adam Ford, Emi Newell, and James Haddix.
If you are headed to the Invitational Track Meet or the RHS Theatre performance of "The Music Man" on Friday, May 6, please be aware that these events are happening at the same time and parking may be limited. Please allow yourself a little extra time so you don't miss anything important!
Congratulations to Charlie Fisher for winning the Marshall Youth Leadership Award which recognizes one youth leader in Clark County who has used leadership to affect positive change in their community.
Congratulations! to senior Patricia Catacutan for her artwork, The Real Me that You See. Patricia's artwork has been selected to receive statewide recognition in this year’s OSPI Art Show and will be on display for the next year at various cultural and art shows throughout the state.
Due to the inclement weather and the road and traffic conditions, all schools are CLOSED on Monday, April 11th. This includes all after school activities.