The 34th Annual MVESC Student and Teacher Recognition Ceremony took place on March 8 at Secrest Auditorium in Zanesville, Ohio. Ridgewood High School was presented with six awards at the ceremony.
Posted Thursday, March 9, 2023
Our own Chad Lahna, 7th Grade math teacher, received the CORAS Teacher of the Year Award.
Posted Wednesday, March 1, 2023
OhioTT is now providing highspeed wireless broadband to the West Lafayette/Fresno area. Plans range in price from $29 a month up to 25Mbps, $49 a month up to 50Mbps and $79 a month up to 100Mbps. However, OhioTT is offering 50% off in eligible service areas on any plan initiated by December 31, 2022. This 50% off pricing, $14.50 a month up to 25Mbps, $24.50 a month up to 50Mbps and $39.50 a month up to 100Mbps will run through 2023. OhioTT is urging all Coshocton County residents to check address availability and join the waitlist HERE. Each time an address is entered in the waitlist, a red dot appears near that address on an internal OhioTT map. This map is used for installation scheduling. A cluster of red dots will trigger an urgent need for service so spread the word to your neighbors. For additional information call OhioTT at (833)464-4688. There is also a $30.00 Federal Credit available through the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) for eligible households. Click HERE to see if you qualify.
Posted Tuesday, December 13, 2022
Ridgewood Local Schools has partnered with West Lafayette United Methodist Church and Riesbeck Foods to provide Ridgewood students with Blessing Bags. The Blessing Bags are to help provide student meals for nights and weekends. The food items are purchased and delivered each week by Riesbeck Foods. They are assembled by members of the West Lafayette United Methodist Church, then are delivered to each school building weekly with the help of high school students Cohen Cabot and Jonas Paugh. Special thanks to Mike Masloski, Cathy McCrea, Troy Barlock, Pastor Matt Anderson, and Missy Grimmett for making it all possible!
Posted Thursday, December 1, 2022
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