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    Tennessee State Representative Micah Van Huss Pays Special Visit to Ridgeview School!

    Tennessee State Representative Micah Van Huss paid a special visit to Ridgeview School on Wednesday, October 19, 2016.  During his visit, he spoke with 8th grade students regarding the processes and functions of state government.  He also spoke specifically about his role as a State Representative and the impact of that role on state government.  In his closing remarks, Mr. Van Huss presented the administration, faculty and staff with a beautiful new United States flag, which will be proudly flown over the school. 

     

     

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  • Ridgeview Elementary School sponsors EPIC week of Fun
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    Ridgeview Elementary School is hosting a variety of student and family oriented activities to build support for their school’s participation in Washington County Schools’ county-wide EPIC! (Encourage. Protect. Invest. Connect) initiative.

    EPIC! was implemented in 2009-10 and continues to evolve as a school-wide positive behavior support program, which encourages students to actively practice responsibility, respect and cooperation in their school and in their community.

    Ridgeview School celebrated EPIC Week by including special clothing theme days, an EPIC Banner Parade, the fourth-annual “Claws for the Cause” Walk-a-thon and an EPIC Family Night.

     

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    Ridgeview holds summer Lego program

    • AUG 6, 2016 AT 4:42 PM 

    Ridgeview Elementary School sponsored a summer school program built around the theme of Lego learning. Approximately 160 students participated in the four-week curriculum comprised of intervention lessons in Reading and Math, as well as enrichment and STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) activities across the curriculum.

    The program was open to any student in Washington County and was designed to keep students engaged and prevent the “summer slide,” the downward turn that often occurs in student academic performance when students are out of school for extended periods of time. Principal Kelley Harrell shared her pride in the students’ achievement by indicating that, collectively, the students read 2,449 online books.

    She further celebrated the success of the summer session by commenting, “The program offered many opportunities for students to create, learn and explore as well as develop foundational skills in Math and Reading. Our dedicated teachers, parents and community organizations really came together to make an impact on the learning of these students for the coming school year and beyond.” A celebration featured visits from local law enforcement and emergency personnel, along with some of the equipment they work with on a daily basis.

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  • Kindergarteners Got Milk!

    Ridgeview Kindergarteners participated in the “Farm Day Tours” at the Appalachian Fair Grounds on a beautiful autumn morning.  As the culmination of a unit of study on farming, the trip was designed to give the children a hands-on experience in the world of agriculture and farming.  The program allowed the students to see how important agriculture and farming are to everyday life by examining all kinds of farm equipment and crops.  The group also enjoyed a tasty dairy treat, courtesy of Washington County Farm Bureau!

     

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