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Ridgetop Junior High School
2015-2016 Incoming 7th Grade
Parent Information and
Tuesday - April 21 Starting at 6:30 PM
The Robinson Center’s Summer Program provides an intensive, inspirational and in-depth learning experience for students who are ready and prepared to take on the challenge. We offer a rich variety of math, science, literature, philosophy, and writing classes. Class size is small, with a faculty who are experienced teachers and specialists in their fields.
Summer Challenge, for current 5-6th graders, emphasizes hands-on learning, field trips and activities; Summer Stretch, for current 7-10th graders, is more academic in nature, providing an accelerated, rigorous learning experience. Both programs are characterized by high-level thinking, intellectual adventure, and pursuit of understanding.
For more information, click here.
Silverdale Elementary is the
next on the list of Capital
Projects Levy items. This
matters to our school because
we’re going to help!
· Kindergarten (and one other grade to be determined) to Silver Ridge Elementary
· Grades 1-6 to Ridgetop Middle School
· District Level Programs (DLP) to Cottonwood Elementary
grades housed at Ridgetop Middle
School will be in the lower
level of our building. They will
continue to function as
Silverdale Elementary, with
their own principal and staff,
and independent from our school.
Ridgetop Middle School (grades
7-8) will remain on the upper
level of the school, and we will
continue to operate separately
from Silverdale Elementary.
Summer Academy: Flyers are available at RIJH front desk, or from the district website.
WHO: Students enrolled in Grades 6-12 for the 2014-15 year are eligible to attend
WHEN: July 16 – August 7, 2015 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon
WHERE: Fairview Junior High School, Independent Study, or Online
Available to students coming from Grade 7:
* Literacy Lab 7-8 (Onsite)
* Math 2 (Onsite)
* P.E. 8 (Onsite or Independent Study)
Available to students coming from Grade 8:
* Skill Building Courses
* Literacy Lab 7-8 (Onsite)
* Math 3 (Onsite)
* Initial Credit:
* Health (Independent Study or Onsite through CTE)
* Intro to Fitness (Onsite or Independent Study)
* WA State History (Independent Study)
PTSA February - March Newsletter
Click here to read important news about our school, including several ways you can help us raise needed funds through your everyday shopping. Thank you!
|Parents and students. RIJH has an afterschool activities bus to take kids home on Tuesdays and Wednesday at 3:30. Activities include kids attending after hours support working with teachers, or clubs.|
HAVE A GREAT WEEK!
Feel free to call Loretta Roossien, School Cook at (360)662-2908
Remember Breakfast is served daily from 7 – 7:20. Come check out the new items. We now will have more choices for Breakfast. This is National School Breakfast Week!
If you or someone you know is needing
help with finding Medical, Dental, Housing, or Financial
services please call 211. This number is staffed by an
Information and Referral Specialist who knows the
resources available and cares about your needs.
Additional information for homeless individuals or families - click here
Fax: (360) 662-2901
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