Please Dress for the Weather!
This post is taken and modified from Anita Strang’s Principal’s Blog dating back to March 30,
Last week we celebrated the accomplishments of our grade 7 leaving class, the Class of 2019 and this week we reflected on the many activities and accomplishments of the entire Ridgeview student body.
It has been over 10 years since I first started blogging. At the urging of WVS Superintendent Chris Kennedy,
The biggest lesson we can take from Earth Day is that when we work together toward a common cause, the impact can be monumental.
Parent support of extra curricular activities, in and outside of school, ranging from athletics and involvement in team sports to music,
As classrooms and schools become more diverse, celebrating students’ cultures by integrating multicultural lessons and celebrations into the curriculum is important.
Thinking is arguably the key purpose of schooling.
The ability to generate a wide range of questions and strategize about how to use them effectively is an essential thinking and learning skill.
“The greatest glory of a free-born people is to transmit that freedom to their children.” William Havard
Play is how children experience their world and bring meaning to it. It models the social framework that builds relationships for life and kindles imagination.
Welcome back to a new school year, 2018 – 2019. I trust families have had a wonderful summer break with many opportunities to explore the great outdoors both locally and globally.