Senior Exams May 15 - 19 End-of-Course Exams May 15 - 24 Senior Week May 22 - 26 Senior Parent Breakfast and Assembly May 26th Underclassmen Final Exams May 24 - 30 Half Days May 31st and June 1st Graduation Ceremony June 3 Colonial Life Arena
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Saturday, May 31, 2014

ACADEMICS Highlight: Heo to Attend Washington, D.C. Youth Tour

Blazer Jacinda Choo Heo was one of three local high school juniors that were chosen to represent Fairfield Electric Cooperative on the Washington, D.C. Youth Tour, which is a week-long educational trip providing students a chance to see government in action, visit historical sights and learn about electric cooperatives. Jacinda is one of 40 South Carolina representatives that will be traveling to our nation's capital this June. Congratulations Jacinda!
Jacinda Choo Heo with Guidance Director Jaqueline Walker

ATHLETICS Highlight: Smith Signs With Francis Marion

Jacy Smith signed a National Letter of Intent to run Cross Country and Track & Field at Francis Marion University in the fall. Jacy was a four year varsity member of the Cross Country and Track & Field teams at The View. Congratulations Jacy!
Back Row: Assistant Principal Dr. Marlon Thomas, Coach Brian
Rosefield, Grandmother Jackie Hunt, and Athletic Director David Gordon
Front Row: mother Mrs. Julie Whaley, Jacy Smith, and sister Jana Smith



ACADEMICS Spotlight: AP Calculus Students' 3D Projects

Mrs. Weeks' AP Calculus students spent their time in class after their AP Exams working on their final projects.  In this project, students designed, created, and computed the volume of 3-dimensional objects.  They were required to submit creative projects while using skills they mastered in Algebra, Geometry, and Calculus.  This project will serve as a portion of their final exam grade.   

Top Left: Thor's Hammer by Sondrica Goines & Anna White
Top Middle: Kevin the Minnion by Brooke Roberts
Top Right: Tsunami by Brantley Carter
Middle Left: Olaf in Summer by Leah Hunter & Thomas Altman
Middle Right: Pikachu by David Strange, Don Phan, & Shadman Chowdhury
Bottom Left: Minnie Mouse by Jessica Brown & Chelsea Madden
Bottom Middle: Up House by Alexis Andrews & Lauren Carrizales
Bottom Right: Pokemon by Javarrus Mickle, Cleveland Smith, & Paulo Milan

ARTS Focus: Singers Named to ACDA Honor Choir

Congratulations to Allondra Stroman, Knique Eichelberger, and Anitra Bridges  for being selected for the 2014 ACDA Honor Choir. These students will be traveling to Anderson University in October to sing with top singers from high schools across the state. Way to go singers! Ridge View is very proud of you!

ATHLETICS Highlight: RSD2 Wins Skills on Wheels Challenge

This past Saturday, representatives from Richland School District Two participated in the Skills on Wheels Challenge at Crane Creek Gym to raise awareness for wheelchair basketball. Richland Two had more participants than Richland One, and took home the title in the 2014 Challenge. Coaches John Combs and Brian Rosefield represented The View.
From L-R in Blue Shirts: Jason Aldridge (SVHS), John Combs (RVHS),
Steve Meisel (BHS), Brian Rosefield (RVHS), Devin, Blair Shillinglaw (SVHS)

Friday, May 30, 2014

ATHLETICS Highlight: 1st Annual Capital City All-Star Game

Tonight (Friday, May 30) Ridge View High School will host the 1st Annual Capital City All-Star Game featuring some of the best high school basketball senior boys players.  Admission is $5 per person with the doors opening at 6:30 PM and the game will start at 7:30 PM.  The first 500 people in attendance will receive a free Bojangles gift card worth $1 to $100 and the first 200 people will also receive a free Bo Freeze card.  The proceeds from the game are going to benefit the Cure Sanfilippo Foundation.  They are currently raising money for a clinical trial to help Eliza O'Neill fight Sanfilippo Syndrome.  Please visit www.SavingEliza.com for more information on how you can help Eliza.

Three Ridge View Blazer basketball senior players have been selected to participate in the game: Torry Robinson, Tony Washington, and John Cooper.  Senior players from Spring Valley, Blythewood, Westwood, Eau Claire, CA Johnson, Keenan, Dreher, Irmo, Lexington, AC Flora, Dutch Fork, Brookland-Cayce, and Columbia High School will be represented.  For a full roster please click here.

ACT Waiver for Free/Reduced Lunch Students

If you are on Free/Reduced lunch this school year and you are interested in taking the ACT Test in September, please see Mrs. Bishop in the College and Career Center for a waiver form before you leave for the summer, so you can register. Students will be able to get waivers for all other tests and test dates once school resumes. Lastly, please do not forget to register for Free/Reduced Lunch for the upcoming year by clicking HERE.

RVHS Summer Camp Opportunities

Ridge View High School believes in the development of the whole child. While academic success is expected of our students, their involvement in extra-curricular activities is equally important. We are committed to providing our youth with the same experience. Our summer programs focus on the 4 A's of Academics, the Arts, Activities and Athletics. Currently, we are offering the following camps.
  • Youth Football Camp, June 14th
  • ACT/SAT Summer Prep Camp, June 16-19th
  • Musical Theatre Summer Intensive for High School, July 21 - August 1
  • Avid Summer Survival Camp, August 4-7th

If interested in these summer camp opportunities, please visit our summer camp website. for additional information.

STUDENTS: Clean Out Your Locker by June 3rd

Students need to clean out their lockers, and turn in their locks to Mrs. McKenny in C-62. Locks will begin to be removed on Tuesday, June 3rd starting on B-Hall followed by A-Hall. Anything in the lockers at this time will be discarded.

ACTIVITIES Bulletin: Senior Assembly Bell Schedule

Today, we will be having the Senior Assembly. Students will attend the Senior Assembly with their Advisory class during the Advisory period. The following is the bell schedule for today, Friday, May 30th. 

Advisory:    8:40 - 10:00
1st Period:  10:08 - 10:44
2nd Period: 10:50 - 11:26
3rd Period: 11:32 - 12:08
4th Period: 12:14 - 12:50
Lunch:         12:50 - 1:29 (45 Minutes)
5th Period:  1:35 - 2:11
6th Period:  2:17 -2:53
7th Period:  2:59 - 3:35

Thursday, May 29, 2014

ATHLETICS Highlight: RVHS Hosts Capital City All-Star Game


Ridge View High School on Friday (May 30) will host the 1st Annual Capital City All-Star Game featuring some of the best high school basketball senior boys players.  Admission is $5 per person with the doors opening at 6:30 PM and the game will start at 7:30 PM.  The proceeds from the game are going to benefit the Cure Sanfilippo Foundation.  They are currently  raising money for a clinical trial to help Eliza O'Neill fight Sanfilippo Syndrome.  Please visit www.SavingEliza.com for more information on how you can help Eliza.

Three Ridge View Blazer seniors have been selected to participate in the game: Torry Robinson, Tony Washington, and John Cooper.  Seniors from Spring Valley, Blythewood, Westwood, Eau Claire, CA Johnson, Keenan, Dreher, Irmo, Lexington, AC Flora, Dutch Fork, Brookland-Cayce, and Columbia High School will be represented.  For a full roster please click here.

ACADEMICS Spotlight: May Students of the Month

Our May Students of the Month recently gathered to enjoy pizza and to receive their certificates recognizing their achievements. Congratulations to the following students:

Allied Health Magnet: Arielle Middleton-Chavous
AVID: Medjina McStravick
Blazer Academy: Kassidy Todd
BioHealth Magnet: Kaitlyn King
Career and Technology: Moesha Davis and Kayla Whitaker
English: LaMark Gill and Alexis McAllister
Fine Arts: Michael Halbrook and Ben Stogner
Health: Xavier Mason
JROTC: Darius Smith and Angel Shameka Young
Math: Omar Burnett and Scott Jordan
Physical Education: Christian Cooper
Science: Michael Halbrook and Akila Webb
Scholars Academy: Sherman Jones
School for the Arts: Jacinda Heo
Social Studies: Nicholas Heiler and Khalid Salah
World Languages: Nissy Abraham and Angel Sara George

ACADEMICS Highlights: Summer Reading Books Available

In preparation for our Summer Reading program, our Media Center has books on our summer reading list available for checkout, so stop by before school, during lunch or after school to checkout your selected book. The Media Center also has many of the books available as e-books this year, which can be checked out for a week at a time. To check out an e-book: 1. Visit RVHS webpage; 2. Select At the View; 3. Select Online Catalog (Destiny); 4. Log in with username and password; & 5. Select Follett Shelf. Click on the image for our complete book list.

REMINDER: Senior Parent Breakfast Tomorrow

There will be a breakfast for parents of our seniors on Friday, May 30th from 8:00 - 9:00 AM while your senior is in the Small Gymnasium preparing for the Senior Assembly.  Parents will be escorted to the Big Gymnasium for the Senior Assembly at 9:00 AM.  Parents should park in C Parking Lot behind the school on this day.  The JROTC cadets will be available to escort parents to the Multipurpose Room from the parking lot.  We hope to see you all there.

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

REMINDER: Summer Reading Books Available

In preparation for our Summer Reading program, our Media Center has books on our summer reading list available for checkout, so stop by before school, during lunch or after school to checkout your selected book. The Media Center also has many of the books available as e-books this year, which can be checked out for a week at a time. To check out an e-book: 1. Visit RVHS webpage; 2. Select At the View; 3. Select Online Catalog (Destiny); 4. Log in with username and password; & 5. Select Follett Shelf. Click on the image for our complete book list.

ACTIVITIES Bulletin: Marble Slab Day Tomorrow

The Freshmen Council will be hosting a Marble Slab Day tomorrow (May 29th) to help raise donations to fight against Sanfilippo in support of Eliza. Marble Slab, located in The Village at Sandhills, has graciously agreed to donate 20% of the receipts received for Ridge View for the entire day. All proceeds collected will go toward finding a cure for Sanfilippo.

COMMUNITY: Summer Job Opportunity Deadline May 31st

The Columbia Urban League has summer job opportunities available for youth. Students can pick up applications from Ms. Barnes in the College and Career Center. The application deadline is May 31st.

REMINDER: X-Country Interest Meeting Today

Cross Country team members held an
expo last week to recruit new members. 
There will be a meeting for those interested in joining the Cross Country team in the Main Gym during lunch today, Wednesday, May 28th. Come on out and learn more about the team. If you are unable to come to the meeting, please contact Coach Brian Rosefield at Brosefield@richland2.org for information.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

REMINDER: Youth Leadership Conference

The Military Order of World Wars (MOWW) is sponsoring a Youth Leadership Conference at Patriot's Point in Mount Pleasant, S.C. The event is scheduled for June 24-27 and is open to rising sophomores and juniors. MOWW will pay for all fees associated with the conference, but you must provide transportation to and from Patriot's Point. However, if you sign-up and do not attend, you are responsible for the $200 registration fee paid by MOWW. If you are interested in attending, please contact Ms. Bishop in the College and Career Center or First Sergeant Cannon in Room B-36.

ACADEMICS Spotlight: Chem Students Tye-Dye at Rice Creek

Students from Mrs. High-Washington's chemistry class went to Rice Creek Elementary on May 22nd to assist Mr. Richardson's and Ms. Robey's fifth grade classes with a Tie-Dye Lab. The chemistry students measured and mixed dyes while coaching the elementary students on the use of colors and designs. This was a great culminating experience for all the students involved.

ATHLETICS Highlight: XC Interest Meeting

There will be a meeting for those interested in joining the Cross Country team in the Main Gym during lunch tomorrow, Wednesday, May 28th. Come on out and learn more about the team. If you are unable to come to the meeting, please contact Coach Brian Rosefield at brosefield@richland2.org for information.

Monday, May 26, 2014

REMINDER: Final Exam Schedule

Final Exams will be given on June 2 through June 5th. Chromebooks (including their chargers) will also be collected at this time. There will be no late start on Wednesday, June 4th. However, June 5th and June 6th will both be half-days. Please click on the image to view the full exam schedule.

COMMUNITY: AHEC Summer Opportunities


The South Carolina Area Health Education Consortium has announced some summer opportunities for students.
  • Summer Careers Academy: designed to increase the acceptance, retention, and graduation rates of under-represented minority and disadvantaged students to nursing, dental, pharmacy, medicine, and other health professions training programs in S.C. The Academy is conducted in collaboration with MUSC College of Nursing, College of Dental Medicine, College of Pharmacy, College of Health Professions, College of Medicine and Library, and is generally held during the first week of June.
  • Health Careers Summer Institute: provides an intensive, residential educational experience for high schools and undergraduate students interested in a health professions career. The 4 day event includes activities and interactive sessions on academic and career planning, resource development and basic health skills training facilitated by healthcare practitioners and educators.
  • Regional Summer Programs: These 5 week programs vary, and may include academic enrichment workshops, college level course instruction, internships in healthcare offices or facilities and health professions training. 
Applications are available in the College and Career Center. The application deadline is June 9th. Please see Ms. Barnes in the CCC for more information.

Senior Parent Breakfast on Friday

There will be a breakfast for parents of our seniors on Friday, May 30th from 8:00 - 9:00 am while your senior child is in the Small Gym preparing for the Senior Assembly. Parents will be escorted to the Big Gym for the Senior Assembly at 9:00 am. Parents should park in C Parking Lot behind the school on this day. JROTC Cadets will be available to escort parents to the Multipurpose Room from the parking lot. We hope to see you all there.

REMINDER: No More Late Start Wednesday's

This is a reminder that there will be no late start for the final two weeks of school. School will operate on the regular bell schedule with first period classes beginning at 8:40 am on Wednesday, May 28th and Wednesday, June 4th.

REMINDER: Turning in Student Locks

Students can begin turning in their locks from their lockers to Mrs. McKenny in room C-62. Students must remove their locks from their lockers and turn them in on or before the last Monday of school, which is June 2, 2014. Thank you for your assistance.

Sunday, May 25, 2014

REMINDER: Summer SAT/ACT Prep Camp

This summer Ridge View will have an SAT/ACT Prep Camp for all interested students from June 16-19th from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Interested students can contact Nicole Walker at nwalker@richland2.org or click on the image for more information.

Don't Forget Your Proof of Residence

Richland School District Two schools are currently conducting the annual proof of residence for all Richland School District Two students. In order to ensure a smooth and uninterrupted transition from the 2013-2014 school year to the 2014-2015 school year, we urge you to bring/send/scan in your proof-of-residence for your students now. They can turn them into the Guidance Department.  Please click on the image for more details.

REMINDER: Memorial Day School Closing

This is a reminder that we will not have school on Monday, May 26th in observance of Memorial Day. School will resume on Tuesday, May 27th.

ACTIVITIES Bulletin: Senior Week Is Here!!

Senior Week is from Tuesday, May 27th until Friday, May 30th.  The theme for the week is Battle of the Sexes.  During these activities,  security will be provided but seniors will be required to adhere to the following rules without exception:
  • Follow all dress code rules.
  • Present your senior ID at all events since only seniors will be allowed in attendance.
  • Do not bring any outside food or drinks to the evening events.
  • Attend periods 1st - 4th on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Tuesday, May 27th: Blue (boys) & Pink (girls) Day
  • 12:30-1:30 pm: Cookout in E Lot
  • 1:30-3:35 pm: Block Party (includes music, karaoke, relays, flag football)
  • 9:30 pm-Midnight: Bowling at Royal Z Lanes ($8 includes unlimited games & shoes)
Wednesday, May 28th: Camo and Battle Gear Day
  • 12:30-3:35 pm: Laser Tag in Large Gym & Gaming Truck outside of canteen area
  • 6:30-9:30 pm: Skating at Skateland USA ($6 includes skates)
Thursday, May 29th: Pajama Day
  • 8:40-12:20 pm: Fun Flicks Movie Day (Auditorium)
  • 1:05-3:35 pm: Yearbook Unveiling Party (Invite Only)
Friday, May 30th: Dress to Impress!
  • Report to the Small Gym no later than 7:30 AM
  • 8:00-9:00 am: Senior Parent Breakfast (Multipurpose Room)     
  • 9:00 am: Senior Assembly
  • Gentlemen: Ties are required.  No sneakers or flip flops.
  • Ladies:  No strapless or spaghetti strap dresses/shirts.  No flip flops.
  • Dress Code Violators will NOT Participate in the assembly!

Saturday, May 24, 2014

ACADEMICS Spotlight: 20 Time Projects

Mr. McMicken's English Honors class recently presented their 20 Time Projects. 20 Time is when workers are allowed one workday per week to work on a project of their passion. In this case, the students were given every Friday this semester to work on their projects. Here is what they accomplished.

  • Kelsey Ballou: End The "R" Word (brought awareness to not using the term "retarded" in a derogatory manner)
  • Marion Brown: Lean On Me (designed a new crutch)
  • Dru Chambers: Life Lesson (collected clothing for Columbia homeless)
  • Shelby Carmichael: Health and Communities (spread health awareness and training sessions)
  • Aisha Clay: Responsible Reasoning (created website for personal financing)
  • Madison Felschow: One Young Author (published her own book)
  • Darrell Goodwin: Wings to Heaven (trained to increase vertical jump for dunking in basketball)
  • Jacinda Heo: Guarding Hope (started RV Interact Club and raised over $1,000 for Palmetto Place Children's Shelter)
  • Imbre Johnson: Operation - Get Healthy (began eating healthy, cooking and working out with family)
  • Bryce Patrick: Next Level Player (created baseball recruiting program)
  • Tavaris Sims: Beginning of Beating Lupus (created website for Lupus awareness)

Great job Blazers! The View is Proud of You!

COMMUNITY: Summer Youth Job Opportunity

The Columbia Urban League has summer job opportunities available for youth. Students can pick up applications from Ms. Barnes in the College and Career Center. The application deadline is May 31st.

REMINDER: Youth Leadership Conference Opportunity

The Military Order of World Wars (MOWW) is sponsoring a Youth Leadership Conference at Patriot's Point in Mount Pleasant, S.C. The event is scheduled for June 24-27 and is open to rising sophomores and juniors. MOWW will pay for all fees associated with the conference, but you must provide transportation to and from Patriot's Point. However, if you sign-up and do not attend, you are responsible for the $200 registration fee paid by MOWW. If you are interested in attending, please contact Ms. Bishop in the College and Career Center or First Sergeant Cannon in Room B-36.

Friday, May 23, 2014

Roberts Places in NCDA Poster Contest

Ms. Barnes of the College & Career Center and Alisa Joi Roberts
Congratulations to Alisa Joi Roberts on her third place regional finish in the National Career Development Association poster contest. The contest is part of an initiative to highlight the importance of life-long career development and the personal empowerment of all people. Alisa's multicultural representation showcased careers from the artistic to the skilled trades was an excellent way to make people aware of various careers and the alternatives available to increase personal success and happiness. Great job Alisa! 

ACTIVITIES Bulletin: Marble Slab Day to Support Sanfilippo


The Freshmen Council will be hosting a Marble Slab Day to help raise donations to fight against Sanfilippo in support of Eliza. Marble Slab, located in the Village at Sandhills, has graciously agreed to donate 20% of the receipts received for Ridge View for the entire day on Thursday, May 29th. All proceeds collected will go toward finding a cure for Sanfilippo.



COMMUNITY: College & Careers 101 for Teens

Starting Saturday, May 24th at 3:00 pm, the Richland Library Northeast on Parklane Road will present a monthly series of seminars called "College and Careers 101 for Teens," which will cover a variety of issues related to new and upcoming graduates as they prepare for college or the workforce. A particular focus will be for prospective first-generation college students as they apply and prepare for college. Click on the image for more information.

Thursday, May 22, 2014

ATHLETICS Highlight: X-Country Expo Today

The Ridge View Cross Country team will be holding an Expo in the Main Hall today, Thursday, May 22nd for those student interested in joining the team. Stop by to learn more about the team.

ATHLETICS Highlight: Moody Named All-State


Congratulations to Chris Moody who has been named to the 2014 4A All-State Baseball team. This award capped a spectacular senior season in which Moody threw two no-hitters on the way to compiling a 7 - 1 record with an impressive 1.37 ERA. The All-State selection comes on the heels of being named to the North/South Baseball All-Star game, and signing a national letter of intent to play ball for Erskine College. Congratulations Chris! 



ACADEMICS Highlights: AP Ice Cream Social


In celebration of all the hard work that over 200 Advanced Placement students have put in during the year culminating with the end of AP Testing, the RVHS Administration and the Gear Up program hosted an AP Ice Cream Social for the students on Friday, May 16th. Great job students!




ACADEMICS Highlight: Storm Does Not Deter JROTC Cadets

On Thursday, May 15th, the area was hit with heavy rain showers that had most people ducking for cover inside nearby buildings. However, our JROTC cadets were unfazed when it came to fulfilling their responsibility of retiring the flag for the evening. Despite the heavy rains, they paid attention to ensuring the folds were proper, that no red was showing, and that the colors never touched the ground. We are so proud of the dedication and honor displayed by these cadets.

COMMUNITY: Summer Beauty Workshop


Wednesday, May 21, 2014

ACADEMICS Spotlight: Magnet Graduation Ceremony


Pictured above: Top row (left to right): Brooke Scales, Jameson Ellis, Billy House, Peace Ajukwa, Janay Ward, Okechi Ntiasagwe, Dyneise Connor-Johnson, Sundas Hussain, and Micheala Nelson. Bottom row (left to right): Jessica Brown, Bria Dantzler, JenTeal Hampton-Copeland, Ryan McDaniels, Razia O'Bryant, Nicolas Shealy, Aria Hill, Danielle Worrell, and Akire' Hoots.

The BioHealth and Allied Health Students had their graduation ceremony Thursday, May 15, 2014 at Brookland Baptist Church in West Columbia. The students received their stoles and awards for the successful completion of all of the Institute for Health Sciences graduation requirements. Congratulations Class of 2014 Allied Health and BioHealth Sciences magnet students.

ATHLETICS Highlight: XC Expo in Main Hallway Tomorrow

The Ridge View Cross Country team will be holding an Expo in the Main Hall tomorrow, Thursday, May 22nd for those student interested in joining the team. Stop by to learn more about the team.

ACADEMICS Spotlight: Algebra 1 EOC Tomorrow!!

All students in Algebra 1, Algebra 1 Part 2, and Mastery Algebra will take their math EOC tomorrow.  Students should report to school with their Chromebooks fully charged and should bring their charger to school tomorrow just in case they will need it.  

Students remember to get a good night sleep, eat a good breakfast, and arrive on time to school tomorrow.  All EOCs are the final exam for the course and will count towards 20% of the final average.  The list of the other EOCs this week are as follows:
  • Biology: May 23rd
  • U.S. History: May 23rd
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Laura Peterson (803.699.2999 ext. 212).

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

ACADEMICS Spotlight: Biology & U.S. History EOCs on Thursday

All students in Biology 1 and U.S. History will take their EOC in those courses tomorrow. Students should report to school with their Chromebooks fully charged and should bring their charger to school tomorrow just in case they will need it.  

Students remember to get a good night sleep, eat a good breakfast, and arrive on time to school tomorrow.  All EOCs are the final exam for the course and will count towards 20% of the final average.  

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Laura Peterson (803.699.2999 ext. 212).

ATHLETICS Highlight: Baseball Players Named All-Region

Congratulations to Ridge View Baseball for having three players named to the All-Region Team. Senior Chris Moody was voted Region IV-AAAA Player of the Year. Moody was selected to the All-Region team along with Seniors Logan Sherry and David White. Coach Joe Harvley was also voted by his peers as the Region IV-AAAA Coach of the Year. Great job Blazers!
Sitting L-R: Logan Sherry, Chris Moody and David White with Coach Harvley 

Thank You, PTSO!!

The administration would like to PTSO for sponsoring BlazerFest Saturday May 10th. This event was amazing and gave the community an opportunity to experience Ridge View at it's finest.  We would like to especially thank the JROTC department, students, clubs, athletic teams, and teachers who worked to make BlazerFest such a memorable occasion.  We salute your efforts and commitment to Ridge View.  You are wholeheartedly appreciated.  

REMINDER: Orchestra Spring Concert Tonight


REMINDER: Cardiac Athletic Screenings Available

The Richland Two Athletic Trainers are hosting a Cardiac Screening for Young Athletes. This quick, noninvasive screening provided by Providence School of Cardiovascular Diagnostics can help detect potentially life threatening cardiovascular conditions. This screening is the gold standard in detecting Hypertrophic Obstructive Myopathy. No physicians order or insurance is required, but pre-registration is required. Call 877-256-5381 to register. The cost is $50 per athlete. The diagnostic will take place on Saturday, May 24 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at Spring Valley High School - Bates Hall for ages 13-25 years of age. Parking is available in the front of the building. For more information, contact Paul Dobyns, Head Athletic Trainer at Spring Valley at pdobyns@richland2.org.

REMINDER: "You and Two" Tonight

Richland School District Two will host the first session of "You and Two," beginning at 6 pm tonight, Tuesday, May 20th at Bridge Creek Elementary School. The goal of this event is to share our success, address concerns and share ideas to provide the best education possible for our students. This event will include a brief overview of Richland Two, and a district panel for a question and answer session. Light refreshments will be served. All members of the Richland Two community are invited and encouraged to attend. "We know the best way to educate students is through the involvement of the community," said Superintendent Debbie Hamm, "We hope all members of the Richland Two community will come and share their ideas and visions for how we can continue to make Richland Two an outstanding school district.