AP students, please take a minute to complete this survey. The AP Teacher Team will use the data from the survey to help improve our AP Program at RHS.
If you would like to pay by cash or check, please see Ms. Tezber in the front office or call 774-3901.
$100,000 GRANT OPPORTUNITY…Vote here once a day from October 15th to the 24th – RHS could win a $100,000 grant from State Farm.
Mrs. Ander’s October 2014 Scholarship Newsletter is located at this link for all Seniors. If you need assistance with college applications, scholarships, or financial aide, please see Mrs. Anders in the Student Success Center.
This upcoming week at Ridgewood High School is our annual Homecoming Week centered around the theme – “A Thriller of A Week!” A complete listing of events and a question and answer document can be found on the Ridgewood High School website under the Homecoming 2014 tab. It is our goal to have full participation of the entire Ram community by making this week affordable, spirited, and memorable for all!
Students should follow the school dress code when dressing up for Homecoming Week. However, students may wear a hat that goes with the costume, may paint their face, skirts/shorts that are shorter than 4 inches above the knee with leggings. Students should not wear sexually explicit costumes or clothing that are offensive, derogatory, or identify students with gangs, antisocial groups, advertise tobacco, alcohol, or drugs. We want this to be a fun and spirited week and hope that everyone will participate by dressing up and attending the school-sponsored events.
Students may purchase Homecoming packages which includes all events & a free t-shirt through 10/24 for $35 in the front office or at lunches. You may also purchase the package by using a credit card with the School Pay system (click here). In order to participate in all lunch activities, a $2 Spirit Band must be purchased, this is included in the Homecoming package.
Monday, October 27 is Class Color Day. Freshmen wear gray, Sophomores wear Orange, Juniors wear Blue, and Seniors wear White
Powder Puff Game @ Ram Stadium starting @ 5:30PM $2 admission
Tuesday, Oct. 28: Pajama Day – Fear Factor @ lunches
Wed, Oct. 29: Character Day – Pumpkin Decorating @ lunches Spirit Night @ 6PM $2 Where classes will compete in relays and individual games as well as the culminating tug o war event.
Thursday, Oct. 30: Thriller Thursday, where students should dress in Halloween costumes, zombies, or wear Homecoming t-shirts. T-shirts are free with the package but $10 if you purchase individually. Proceeds from the t-shirts will go to Relay for Life. – Pie a teacher at lunches
Friday, Oct. 31: RAM PRIDE Spirit Day – Pep Rally in the morning, parades at lunches
From 5PM-6PM, we will be hosting our 1st annual Trick or Treat Around the Track Community Event. This free event is where over 25 organizations will be handing out candy and other treats to elementary-aged children. Please bring your families and then stay for the Homecoming Game vs. RRHS at 6:30PM where the Homecoming court will be introduced.
The Homecoming Dance will be on Friday, October 31 from 8-12AM in the RHS Gym. Homecoming dance tickets will be on sale during lunches or in the front office for $15 from October 21-31. There will be no tickets sold at the door. The dress code and student behavior expectations letter is posted on the website and will be enforced. Students may wear Halloween costumes (no masks or props), semi-formal attire, or casual attire but no shorts. At the dance, we will have Applebee’s appetizers, DJ, unlimited free photo booth, and a candy buffet for trick or treating. If a student would like to bring a non-Ridgewood student, the guest request form and some form of identification is due to the front office no later than Thursday, October 30 by 3:00PM for approval. There will be no exceptions. With everyone’s participation and support, this is going to be the best Homecoming ever!
This Parent Letter is from the Florida Department of Health to notify all families about symptoms and precautionary measures to take for the EV-D68 virus. If you have any questions, please contact the CDC website at www.flu.gov.
AP students attended a Lunch and Learn Seminar today focused on G.R.I.T. Students participated in a discussion about what it takes to take control of their education.