Announcements

 


Find out about the
Right At School
after-school program
https://youtu.be/yevryzWiCus  


 

CONGRATULATIONS RIDGE SCHOOL FOR ACHIEVING 
LIGHTHOUSE STATUS AS A LEADER IN ME SCHOOL

RIDGE ROCKS!


 Order your Ridge Spirit Wear
here!!

Bus Safety

We're All About Bus Safety!  Check out our video here....

Leader In Me Video
Ridge Respect Rap Video


Leader In Me

Ridge School is a
 Leader in Me School!
By using the 7 Habits of Happy Kids
we practice strategies to develop leadership in 
all areas of our lives.



upcoming events

Dec
17
Mon
7:00PM - 8:00PM
(LHS)
Dec
18
Tue
6:00PM - 7:00PM
(COW Conference Room)
Dec
18
Tue
Dec
18
Tue
7:00PM - 8:00PM
(LHS Outer Board Room)
Dec
19
Wed
All Day
(Ridge)

recent news

High School Seniors Named Suffolk Zone Winners
High School Seniors Named Suffolk Zone Winners
12/11/2018
Seniors Kanesha Strider and Alexander Miller have been named the recipients of The New York State Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (NYSAHPERD) Suffolk Zone Award.
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High School Students Donate Handmade Pillows to Patients with Cancer
Students Donate Handmade Pillows to Patients with Cancer
11/29/2018
To provide a bit of comfort and care for those undergoing cancer treatments, fifteen Longwood High School students in Ms. Raia’s class donated more than 40 handmade pillows for patients under care at Stony Brook Cancer Center.
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High School Delegates Debate at Princeton Model Congress
High School Delegates Debate at Princeton Model Congress
11/28/2018
Each November, a group of students travel to Washington, D.C. to participate in the Princeton Model Congress (PMC) where they put classroom lessons about government and politics into real-world applications.
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Ridge Students Learn Lessons of Compassion at Differently-Abled Awareness Day
Ridge Students Learn Lessons of Compassion at Differently-Abled Awareness Day
11/27/2018
Second, third, and fourth-grade students at Ridge Elementary School participated in a special event to increase their knowledge about disabilities and foster positive attitudes about people who are different.
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