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Character Word of the Month

  • Character - It's Who You Are!

    Character Education Word for October: Engaged - The degree of attention, curiosity, interest, optimism, and passion that a person shows with a particular topic or activity.

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Announcements

  • Let's celebrate the students who have been Working Hard to Learn, Working Hard to Have Great Behavior, and Trying Their BEST during distance learning! BIG SHOUTOUT to the students in each grade level below for working so hard this week! 

    The Ridgeview Way

    Students of the Week from 10/12-10/16:

    Kindergarten:

    Santino

    Cataleya

    Johnny

    Ximena P. 

    Ximena

    1st Grade: 

    Noah

    Eliza

    Jairo

    Emilie

    2nd Grade:

    Laura

    Rosario

    Lucey

    Ailyn

    3rd Grade:

    Alyssa

    Makenna

    Freddy

    Sangtiago

    4th Grade:

    Ashley

    Ximena

    Gustavo

    Liliana

    5th Grade:

    James

    Elijah

    Isaias

    Paula

    Kevin

     

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    The Ridgeview Way

     

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  • Click below to listen to an important message from Mr. Mitchell about what it means to be a Ridgeview Eagle! At Ridgeview we: Work Hard to Learn, Work Hard to Have Great Behavior, and we ALWAYS Try Our Best! 

    Welcome Back from Mr. Mitchell!

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  • Click below to watch and listen to Mrs. Tetreault read us a "Welcome Back to School" story about SPLAT the Cat! Welcome Back from Mrs. Tetreault!

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YSD Stories

  • Washington Apple Crunch October 7th!

    Posted by Melissa Lim on 10/12/2020

     

     

    Yakima School District participated for the first time in the state wide "Taste Washington Day," Washington Apple Crunch event on Wednesday, October 7th. The students who picked up meals received a fun handout sheet with apple facts, as well as a Washington grown apple so they could participate in the state wide celebration by biting into their apple with a CRUNCH! Our food service staff at Davis High school decided to join in themselves and are pictured below along with other food service staff throughout our differnt sites. 

    Did you know Washington State produces more apples than any other state in the United States? Harvest of these apples begins in August and goes through November and Yakima County is the leading county in Washington for apple production! On top of being an important economic part of the Yakima valley, apples also contribute some stellar nutrition! Apples contain antioxidants which help keep your cells healthy, vitamin c which can boost your immune system, and soluble fiber which helps lower cholesterol. Now there's something to celebrate, and if you ever get a chance to meet the growers and farmers of the next apple you take a bite of, remember to thank them for supplying you with a local, nutrition packed, delicious treat! Shout out to the Yakima Valley for being a noteworthy agricultural leader in our nation and for the Yakima School District featuring local produce. 

    #TasteWADay

    #WAAppleCrunch

    Davis High School staff participating in the Washington Apple Crunch, October 7th.

     

    Thanks for tunining in with Food Services!

     

    Melissa Lim, RDN

    Food Services Program Manager

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  • Ridgeview Student of the Week

    Posted by K.C. Mitchell on 9/25/2020

    Ridgeview principal Mr. Mitchell and assistant principal Mrs. Hovsepian made home visits this week to deliver certificates to students for attending classroom meetings and doing their assignments.  Each week teachers select Students of the Week for their classroom and from those names students are drawn to recieve a principal home visit, certificate, and a reward.  This week student received McDonalds gift cards or as some students called them "McNuggets Money!" 

    Way to go Ridgeview students for SUCH GREAT PARTICIPATION and ATTENDANCE!

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  • Thank You Ridgeview Food Services Crew!

    Posted by K.C. Mitchell on 8/27/2020

    Ridgeview Food Services Crew

    The Ridgeview food service crew were still smiling at 7:00 PM last night after serving hundreds of students breakfasts and lunches.  It was so wonderful to see so many students and families on the first day of school.  Ridgeview rocks!

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  • EBT Funds Available to All YSD Students

    Posted by YSD Food Services on 7/6/2020

    Because COVID-19 closed our schools, your children are eligible for food assistance, called Pandemic EBT (P-EBT): Emergency School Meals Program.

    P-EBT provides families with funds to make up for some of the cost of meals while school was closed. This benefit is for Washington children in grades K-12 who receive free or reduced-price school meals. These benefits will be on an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card which is used like a debit card to buy groceries. Because all YSD students receive free breakfast and lunch, all YSD students are eligible regardless of income. If you do not already receive benefits, you will need to apply on or after June 30.  If you receive food assistance benefits already, the money will appear on your EBT on June 30.

    Update 7/6/20: We have been in contact with OSPI last week and they said that DSHS had the incorrect student list for Yakima School District which is why they turned down some parents; they are updating with the correct list which will show any student enrolled in Yakima School District that was grade K-12 in the school year 2019-2020 as eligible for PEBT.

    If you were denied, go to WashingtonConnections.org and apply again and see if their list has been updated. You can inform them Yakima is a CEP district.

    PEBT Flyer - English

    PEBT Flyer - Spanish

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  • Chess Club

    Posted by YSD Stories Account on 12/17/2018
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