SEL programs help youth and adults learn and apply knowledge, skills and attitudes to enrich their personal and academic lives. Studies have shown that social-emotional programs increase academic performance, attendance, behavior and post-secondary success. Satchel Pulse is an easy-to-use survey with 25 simple questions. Students use the survey to rate their self-awareness, self management, social awareness, relationship, and responsible decision making skills. This helps us learn how to best support students’ ongoing development. For more information on Social-Emotional Learning visit the ODE Website. For a concise description of skills taught in SEL programs visit the National University Website. For information from Sachel Pulse and Teachercentric visit the Satchel Pulse Website. If you have any questions please contact you student's school counselor.
Posted Monday, October 31, 2022
Bice Masonary did a beautiful job extending the Stadium Block R Wall adding 'RIDGEWOOD' to the already standing 'GENERALS' wall. A big THANK YOU to Bill and the late Carolyn Gorscak as well as the Block R Foundation and Bice Masonary for making it happen!
Posted Tuesday, August 9, 2022
Officer Jose Hernandez will be joining Ridgewood as our Resource Officerthis year. Welcome Officer Hernandez to the Ridgewood family!
Posted Wednesday, August 3, 2022
Ridgewood Teen Institute is having a Crossroads Candle Fundraiser from 2/10/22-2/28/22. Proceeds go toward supporting our group projects. Our projects include making blankets for cancer patients and doing crafts with our preschool students. Please click on the link below to place an online order:https://www.crossroadscandlesfundraising.com/teen-institute-fundraiser-238.htmlWhen ordering online you have the option to have your order mailed to the school for no additional cost or it can be mailed directly to you for an additional cost. If you do not want to order online you can call Michelle Stoffer at 740-545-5301 or email [email protected] Thank you for your support!
Posted Tuesday, February 15, 2022
The annual College Credit Plus informational meeting will be on Thursday, December 2 at 6 pm in the high school auditorium. This meeting is for all students and parents who are interested in earning college credit while in high school. Please call Mrs. Ionno if you have any questions at 740-545-7635.--
Posted Tuesday, November 23, 2021
The Ridgewood Teen Institute Program is a local program offering community service and participating in outreach programs. Michelle Stoffer has been the Teen Institute Program Director for over 10 years and considers the program important for both the community and the Juniors and Seniors who participate. She currently has 15 students engaged in the program. The Adopt-a-Pre-School Class is the first project the group has started this school year. This project lasts the entire school year and at least once a month the group will visit Mrs. Marquis’s pre-school class and help them work on various craft projects, or they may just spend time talking and playing with the kids in the pre-school class. Either way, fun is had by everyone! The group also organizes an Easter Egg Hunt in the spring for the pre-school class. Coming soon will be the next project Teen Institute will take on – making about 25 fleece tie care blankets and at least 50 gift bags for patients at the Gabrail Cancer Center in Canton. They will then take the items up to the center around Christmas. During their visit, they sing Christmas carols and distribute the gifts. Michelle also likes to organize a couple projects throughout the year depending on community need. These have yet to be established. When asked about the program, Michelle states “It’s a good thing and we have great students!” which says it all!
Posted Friday, November 19, 2021