PTSO and SIC Mtgs Mon, April 9th begins at 6 PM Libraary Commons WIN Career Readiness Test Tue, April 17 Peter and Starcatcher Musical Begins April 20th
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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

ACADEMICS: March Sudents of the Month

On March 25th, our March Students of the Month were recognized and enjoyed a pizza luncheon at which they received their certificates in recognition of their accomplishments. Dr. Mack and all of the Assistant Principals, Dr. Muniz, Dr. Thomas, and Mr. Upchurch were on hand for the event. Congratulations to the following students: Kayla Anstey (Fine Arts), Kathleen Arevalo (World Languages), D'Ondray Bryson-Ashford (Allied Health Magnet), Joseph Atkinson (Science), Angel Brown (Social Studies), Lynnise Brown (Scholars Academy), Jessica Brumfield (Physical Education), Jordan Burgess (CAT), Tremayne Davies (JROTC), Knique Eichelberger (English), Jasmin Hill (AVID), Jordan Holbert (Math), Aerial Johnson (CATE), Anika Kelly (Blazer Academy), Andrew Marino (Fine Arts), Alexis McAllister (School for the Arts), Marissa McCallum (World Languages), Michkalla McQueen (JROTC), Andie Queen (Social Studies), Terrace Reese (Math), Benjamin Thompson-King (CATE), Patrick D. Smith (Health), Aaron Walker (Science), Erin Walker (Bio-Health Magnet), and Asonte Wallace (English).

ACADEMICS: Blazer Pride Assembly

Dr. Thomas, Coach Dozier, Ms. James & Mrs. Peterson
On March 25th, the Blazer Academy held its monthly PRIDE assembly. The keynote speaker was Coach Terry Dozier of Westwood High School, who spoke about how he had to overcome personal hardships while growing up on his way to earning a scholarship to play for the University of South Carolina and in the NBA. Thanks for sharing your story with our students Coach Dozier! 

Monday, March 30, 2015

ATHLETICS: WLTX's Coverage of Breelyn Blanding

Did you miss WLTX's coverage of Breelyn Blanding last week? She was named their athlete of the week. Click on the image to view the story.

ACADEMICS: Magnet Programs Travel to NYC

On March 3-7th, students from the Allied Health, Bio Health and Scholars Academy Magnet programs traveled to New York City for the purpose of a field study to expose the students to important cultural institutions and to engage them in current trends in research and design to broaden their perspective on future career paths. The following is an account of the trip from student Andrew Marino.

New York City, the city that never sleeps, a place of endless opportunity and hope all wrapped up in 500 square miles. A city that holds 8.4 million people, with pockets of science, culture and history. We visited everywhere on our first day. Our Manhattan bus tour led us to Central Park and all throughout the area, even to the luxury apartment buildings where Beyonce lives in Brooklyn. Doug, our tour guide, gave us local food tips and gave us an explanation of the differences in New York accents. We spent our evening in Times Square eating dinner and shopping.

The second day encompassed the most important part of the trip. The CUNY Research Science Center. This amazing building is the home to cutting edge research and all of the most modern equipment. The part I personally toured was the nano and micro lab which involved machines that could manipulate material at the molecular level and a microscope that could create the highest resolution ever. This visit was the highlight of the trip. We returned to Times Square for dinner and then went to see Wicked on Broadway, which was absolutely incredible.

The third day included a trip to the United Nations and Radio City Music Hall. It was snowing constantly most of the morning and we sure did experience it because we walked from our hotel to the United Nations. These places introduced the history and culture of this amazing city. During this time, we found out that our flight had been cancelled, but we were given complementary tickets to see the Lion King off Broadway, which was not the worst thing that could happen.

Sunday, March 29, 2015

ATHLETICS: Students Attend Marcus Lattimore Conference

On March 17th, Ridge View student athletes and staff attended a conferences sponsored by MEBA and the South Carolina Department of Education. The conference was hosted by the Marcus Lattimore Foundation. The theme of the conference was "My Career After the Game." Students attending were John Barnett, Jewl Bell, Ece Erkek, Cainan Griffin, Tre' High, Megan Reardon, Gabrille Rogers-Gamble and Tia White. John Combs, Jamey Patterson and Charlie Butler were the staff members who attended. The students had an opportunity to learn about college athletics, budgeting their finances, and career exploration.

ACADEMICS: FBLA Attends State Leadership Conference

Last weekend, the newly reactivated Ridge View Chapter of Future Business Leaders of America attended the FBLA State Leadership Conference. Students attending including Taylor Abel, Aerial Johnson, Tal Johnson, Morgan Leggette, Kemari Mack-Caver, Tyler McMichael, Brooke Redmond and Benjamin Thompson-King. These students participated in competitive events, leadership workshops, and the state officer election process. While they did not bring home trophies, the chapter is a winner because only the Blazers could reactivate and earn the right to compete at state in five months!

Saturday, March 28, 2015

ACTIVITIES: Senior Fees Due In May


If your senior received a fee sheet, all fees are due by May 15th.  If fees are not paid by May 15th, you will run the risk of your Senior not being able to graduate.  All fees must be paid in order to graduate.  If you have any questions about your Senior's fees, please contact Mrs. Kay Mayes at 803.699.2999 ext. 204 or at

Caps and gowns will also be deliverd on Wednesday, April 22nd.

Graduation will be Wednesday, June 3rd at the Colonial Life Arena at 8:00 AM.  All seniors must report to the Colonial Life Arena by 7:00 AM.  All guests will be allowed to enter the arena at 7:30 AM.  If you have any questions about graduation, please contact Michelle Goings at 803.699.2999 ext 538 or at

Myers Reads to Langford Elementary Students

As part of Langford Elementary's Women Worth Watching program celebrating Women's History Month, Ridge View Administrative Assistant, Mrs. Melissa Myers visited Ms. Kimberly Williams' Kindergarten class and read to the students last week.

ACADEMICS: Scholars Sophomores Advocacy Group

The S.C. Department of Education reported in 2014 that 10.4% of teens surveyed were sexually assaulted by someone their age, primarily their boyfriend or girlfriend. This 10.4% represents only those who spoke up. Often, victims do not report or talk of their assault out of fear of being humiliated or punished by the one that violated them. In addition, victims are often blamed and their rights are violated when they do report the crime. The Scholars Academy Class of 2017 has made it their mission to advocate for the legal rights of teenage victims and to educate the general public about teen sexual assault. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter at @noteapeonrape to learn more about our cause and share our cause with others to make a difference. No more violence. No more victim blaming. No more tape on rape!

Friday, March 27, 2015

ATHLETICS: Blazer Rangers Receive NRA Grant

Fresh off their 6th Place finish at the All-Services National Championships, the Blazer Rangers Rifle team just received a funding grant from the NRA in the amount of $1,675 for use in purchasing an Anschutz 8001 Blue Laminate Air Rifle, which is the second precision class rifle the team has received in as many years. This grant was given to the Blazer Rangers in order to help promote scholarship opportunities through precision class training and competitions.

ARTS: Orchestra Receives Superior Rating at SCMEA's

Congratulations to the RVHS Orchestras on receiving a Superior Rating at the SCMEA State Assessment Concert Festival. All three classes of the orchestra received a Superior Rating. Way to go Blazers!

ARTS: Chamber Singers Receive Superior Rating

Last weekend, Ridge View hosted nine schools for the 2015 SCEMA Central Solo & Ensemble. The Ridge View Chamber Singers participated and received a Superior rating for their performance of two pieces. Illia Dia performed a solo and also received a superior rating! Members of the Chamber Choir include Khalia Harvey, Courtney Willis, Keron Darmanie, Knique Eichelberger, Bernard Hasan,Gabriel McFarlan, Maya Hannah, Allondra Stroman and Laura Montgomery. Congratulations Blazers!

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Spring Break Starts Tomorrow

Today, Thursday, March 26th, is the last school day prior to Spring Break. Students will have off from Friday, March 27th until Sunday, April 5th. School will resume on Monday, April 6th. We hope everyone will enjoy their vacation.

ARTS: Chamber Choir Performs at Fort Jackson

On March 20th, the Ridge View Chamber Singers performed for the 2015 Women's History Observance: "Weaving the Stories of Women's Lives" at Fort Jackson. The choir sang beautifully which earned them a standing ovation from the audience. For their performance, the choir received a certification of appreciation from the Department of the Army. Great job Blazers!

ARTS: Blazers Attend NAHS State Conference

L-R Back: Basil Hawk, Raven Guerra,
Brooke Redmon, Chelsea Mayne
Front L-R: Elliot Hudson & Rebecca Goodman
Six members of the Ridge View Chapter of the National Art Honor Society attended the NAHS State Conference at the Columbia Museum of Art on Saturday, March 7th. These artists spent the day participating in art making workshops and presentations. Over 350 students from around the state attended this conference.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

ATHLETICS: R2SB Congratulates Foster & Blanding

The Richland Two School Board congratulated Dextor Foster and Breelyn Blanding at the Board Meeting last night for being selected to play in the North/South All-Star Basketball game. In addition, Breelyn has been named WLTX's Student-Athlete of the week, and her story will air tonight!

SCETV Hosting Discussion on New Student Testing

SCETV is featuring a discussion on the new ACT Aspire, ACT and ACT WorkKeys tests for students in grades 3-8 and grade 11. Learn more by tuning in at 7 pm tonight, Wednesday, March 25th to watch Carolina Classrooms! Click on the image for more information.

ATHLETICS: Track & Field Off and Running

Arlicia Bush and Coach Haver
The Blazer Track & Field teams traveled to Dutch Fork last week. The Lady Blazers defeated the Silver Foxes 69-66 while the boys fell to Dutch Fork 46-89. Senior Kelsey Ballou turned in a standout performance by beating Dutch Fork's star distance runners in the 800 with a time of 2:31. Junior Faith McKie won the 100 Hurdles (16.7), 400 Hurdles (70.0) and High Jump (4' 10") while also being part of the winning 4x400 Meter Relay. Junior Arlicia Bush won the 200 (25.28), the 400 (59.28), an event in which she is the defending state champion, and anchored come from behind victories in the 4x100 and 4x400 relays.  Other winners included Gabrielle Rodgers in the Shot Put (34' 1") and Alicia McCorkle in the Long Jump (13' 5"). Meanwhile the boys were placed by a victory in the 4x800 Relay team of Marcel Boatwright, Jermaine McIntosh, Marlon Natty and Darrien Green (8:40), and strong performances by Marlon Natty in the 400 (52.79) and Marcus Reaster-Glover in the 200 (22.46). Both teams travel to Westwood tonight for a tri-meet with Lugoff-Elgin.

ARTS: Visual Arts Students Works on Display at Tapps

Congratulations to Ridge View's Visual Arts students whose artwork is on display at the Tapps Art Center on Main Street! The students are Sophie Angela, Roy Balacanao, Allison Bickham, Spencer Creech, Alaisha Davis, Jeffrey Ford, Summer Franklin, Rebecca Goodman, Basil Hawk, Kierra Hayes, Lydia Hinson, Adam Jimenez, Sava Kucherin, Madison Mundinger, Selena Nelson, Josh Robinson, Alexis Shuler, Madison Stone, Mackenzie Thompson, and Ahmad Walker.

Tomorrow is Marble Slab Creamery Night

Come on out for dessert at Marble Slab Creamery tomorrow, Thursday, March 26th to help support Ridge Views Institute for Health Sciences. Click on the image and print out the flier and bring it to the store. The flier must be shown in order for a percentage of the proceeds to be donated to the Institute for Health Sciences. We appreciate your support.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

ATHLETICS: Ball and Smith Sign Letters of Intent

Left: Malik Ball & Zane Smith; Right: Malik Ball,
Principal Brenda Mack-Foxworth and Zane Smith.
Congratulations to Blazers Malik Ball and Zane Smith who signed letters of intent to play football on February 27th. Zane signed with Stetson University and Malik signed with Jacksonville University. Congratulations Blazers!

ACADEMICS: National History Day Winners

RVHS National History Day Participants
On March 16th, the Scholars Academy sophomore class competed at the regional level of the National History Day competition as part of their AP Human Geography class. The students were able to choose to enter products into individual or group divisions of documentary, website, or research paper, and focused on various historical elements that had an impact on modern society. The following students were winners in their respective categories:

  • Jakob Neiswonger: Senior Individual Documentary
  • Lynnise Brown, Thomas Drummond, Madeline Hahn, Micayla Hayden & Mainaiya Myers: Senior Group Website
  • Lahsen Grich, Joann Huyhn, Tierra King & Kaidan Rice: Senior Group Documentary

They will now advance to the State Finals on April 25th at Westwood High SChool in hopes of moving on to the National Competition in Washington, D.C. Congratulations is also in order for Mrs. Jennifer Borowiec who shepherded these students throughout this process.

ACADEMICS: Nutrition Class Conducts Calorimetry Lab

Recently, Mrs. Strickland's Nutritional Health class learned about calories as a measure of the energy in the food we eat. The class took part in a calorimetry lab to determine how many calories were in two different types of potato chips and a marshmallow. The students lit the food on fire then measured the change in water temperature to determine how much heat energy was released by the food.

Monday, March 23, 2015

ATHLETICS: Blazer Rangers 6th at All Services Nationals Shoot

Tatiana LeGrand, Joseph Guider, Justin Turrentine,
Nichelle Rodriguez & Za'Cori Ross
Congratulations to Blazer Rangers Joseph Guider (Captain), Nichelle Rodriguez (Asst. Team Captain), Justin Turrentine, Tatiana LeGrand and Za'Cori Ross for placing 6th overall at the 2015 National JROTC All Services Championship at Camp Perry, OH this past weekend. The team is coached by Major Gene England. The team's 6th place finish was out of nearly 5,000 JROTC marksmanship programs from around the world through a series of competitions spanning 5 months and nearly 40,000 cadets. Out of all the Army JROTC programs that made it to this level, they placed 2nd. Once again, congratulations Blazer Rangers and Major Gene England for a truly spectacular achievement!

ACTIVITIES: Prom Tickets to Increase in April

Prom tickets will be on sale in the hall outside of the book room on Tuesday's and Thursday's during lunch at a cost of $55, but will increase to $65 during the month of April. Tickets will only be sold to juniors and seniors with a current Ridge View I.D.  If you would like to invite a guest that does NOT attend Ridge View, then you must complete the prom date request form available at the ticket sales table, from Ms. Wimmer (C-76), outside of Student Activities (M-141), or by clicking on the image. Your date must be aged 20 or under at the time of the prom in order to attend. If you have any questions, see Ms. Wimmer (C-76) or Ms. Goings (M-141). The deadline to purchase tickets is April 8, 2015. Tickets needed to be purchased after this date will cost $100 per ticket with no exceptions.

Wellness Wisdom #2: Running

Did you know that running for 30 minutes can reduce sneezing, itching, congestion, and a runny nose caused by allergies by up to 90 percent? This Wellness Wisdom tip is brought to you by the Ridge View Wellness Council.

ATHLETICS: Blazers Participate in Athletic Career Day

Blazers Megan Reardon (left) and Ece
Erkek (right) with Marcus Lattimore
Several Ridge View students participated in an Athletic Career Day sponsored by the Midlands Education and Business Alliance (MEBA) in partnership with The Marcus Lattimore Foundation, and the S.C. State Department of Education on March 17th. The purpose of this day was to introduce student athletes to the concept of making informative college and career choices. Throughout the day, student athletes had the opportunity to hear from professionals who addressed academic preparation, NCAA eligibility, selection of appropriate college interests based on career plans, and many other valuable topics.

Ridge View Touchdown Club Meeting Tomorrow

Is your RVHS student interested in playing football for the Blazers?  Were you unable to attend the Parent/Community meeting with Coach Perry Parks, our new head football coach?  No problem.  Coach Parks is have another meeting for parents interested in being a member of the Ridge View Touchdown Club.  The RV Touchdown Club is an parent/guardian organization to support our student athletes, encourage teamwork, discipline, and respect for others through athletic competition, and provide additional funding when necessary to help run a successful football program.  The first club meeting will be on Tuesday, March 24 at 6:00 PM in Room D-77.  Please park in parking area near the Auditorium.  Coach Parks is encouraging all current and potential football parents to become a member and active participant in the RV Touchdown Club.

Also, football training has begun.  The March and April training schedules can be found on the school and athletic websites, as well as by clicking the image.

Sunday, March 22, 2015

This Week in the College & Career Center

ACADEMICS: National Honor Society Induction

The following students were formally inducted into the National Honor Society on Tuesday, March 17th: Jada Adams, Genell Addison, Andie Carver, Aaliyah Harrell, Abigail Harris, Tori Huey, Maya Jeffcoat-Troy, Natalia Navarro, Sauntavia Parker, Mary Cathryn Pope, Oliver Tucker, Ronteona Willis, and DeAsia Witherspoon. These students completed a rigorous application process including a resume, letters of recommendation, and an original service project proposal. These students exemplify the four pillars of the society: scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Congratulations Blazers!

REMINDER: SC Youth Leadership Forum Applications

Applications are now available online for the 2015 SC Youth Leadership Forum (YLF) on July 8-10th at Columbia College. YLF is for any student that has a disability and will be a junior or senior in the 2015-2016 school year or a 2015 graduate (no age requirement) and would like to learn about leadership self advocacy and meet peers from around the student. Highlights of YLF include:

  • Speakers
  • Team building and leadership activities
  • Ropes Course (accessible for students with physical or mobility related disabilities)
  • Business Mentor Luncheon
  • Staying on a college campus
  • Camaraderie with other students with disabilities

Peer mentor applications are also being accepted. Applications for YLF will be accepted through April 15, 2015. For more information and an application, click on the image.

SAVE THE DATE: Our 20th Anniversary Grand Finale

Ridge View is inviting all alumni (students, faculty, and staff) to celebrate with us.  We are having our Grand Finale: Carousel of Excellence on May 22, 2015.  This event will not only showcase our milestones and accolades during our 20 years, but will also be a time for you to fellowship with your fellow Ridge View Blazers.  We would love to see you, so please place on your calendars.  

We are also celebrating each month and showcasing our monthly celebrations on our 20th Anniversary Facebook page.  Please click on the image, like our page, and share with other RVHS Blazers so that we can spread the news to all Blazers.

Saturday, March 21, 2015

ATHLETICS: Softball Beats Irmo

Congratulations to the Lady Blazers Varsity Softball team on their awesome 4-2 victory over Irmo this past Thursday. The ladies were led by Madison Stone's inside the park home run and Naja Hough's made a fantastic catch to seal the deal. Great job Blazers!

Wellness Wisdom #1: Walking

Did you know that walking improves both convergent and divergent thinking, the two types of thinking associated with enhanced creativity. This Wellness Wisdom tip is brought to you by the Ridge View Wellness Council.

Blazer Rangers Currently 5th at All Services Championship

At the end of day 1, the Blazer Rangers were currently in 5th place out of all JROTC rifle teams in the WORLD and 2nd out of all Army JROTC program rifle teams! The Blazer Rangers team consists of Joseph Guider (Captain), Nichelle Rodriguez (Asst. Team Captain, Justin Turrentine, Tatiana LeGrand and Za'Cori Ross. They are competing at the 2015 National JROTC All Services Championship at Camp Perry, OH. Way to go Blazer Rangers!

ARTS: Chorus Receives Excellent Ratings

The Ridge View High School Chamber Singers and the Advanced Chorus participated in the 2nd Annual ACDA Choral Festival at Spring Valley H.S. on March 13th. Congratulations to both choirs on receiving Excellent Ratings for their performances.

ARTS: Clayton Named Bandmaster of the Year

Bandmaster of the Year,
Mr. Vince Clayton
Last weekend at the South Carolina All State Band Clinic, Ridge View Band Director Vince Clayton was presented with the "Citation of Excellence" from the National Band Association, their highest honor for "inspiring and motivating excellence in musical performance" for the Ridge View Symphonic Band's concert at the South Carolina Music Educators Professional Development In-Service last month. In addition, the South Carolina Chapter of Phi Beta Mu, the International Bandmaster Fraternity, recognized Mr. Clayton as "Bandmaster of the Year." Congratulations Mr. Clayton! These honors are well deserved.

Friday, March 20, 2015


The Ridge View Scholars Junior Class has started a new project, HOPE and HEAL Project (Help Obliterate Poverty Everywhere and Help Enrich Adolescent Lives), with hopes of changing the lives of the homeless in Columbia, SC. The goal is to provide funds to cover the educational needs of homeless students at RVHS, who need to pay for SAT/ACT workshops, college application fees, textbook costs and other associated dorm life costs once they are admitted. Additionally, we would also like to use funds for physical aid to the homeless in our larger community. The project's goal of raising $500,000 can only be achieved with the generous donations from members of our community. Please donate to our GoFundMe campaign or just simply spread the word so that we can reach our goal. You can also visit our Amazon Wish List under where you can provide supplies and necessities for children in shelters, those living on their own and attending college, as well as for homeless people. We would like to thank you in advance for your support. If you can retweet or reshare this post to help support for this project grow. Click on the image to visit our site for more information.

ATHLETICS: Blazer Rangers Competing for National Title

The Blazer Rangers Rifle Team has traveled to Camp Perry, Ohio for the 2015 JROTC National Service Championship this weekend, which will determine who are the best individuals and teams from every military branch JROTC program from around the entire world. Marksmen will be representing places such as Guam, Japan, Germany, Italy and nearly every state in the Union. The team consists of Joseph Guider, Tatiana LeGrand, Nichelle Rodriguez, ZaCori Ross, and Justin Turrentine. Best of luck on your quest for a National Championship Blazers! 

ACADEMICS: HOSA Students Excel at State Conference

Congratulations to Ms. Melton, Ms. Harmon, and all of their HOSA students on a great performance at the State Leadership Conference in Charleston this past weekend. The following students placed in their respective categories:
  • Sara Duenas: Top 10 in Physical Therapy
  • Alexis Ganoe: Silver Medal in Veterinary Medicine
  • Jamila Green: Top 10 in Biomedical Science
  • Tori Huey: Silver Medal in Nutrition
  • Earle Ryan: Top 10 in Physical Therapy
  • Nazuri Jenkins: Gold Medal in Public Health
  • Whitney Napper: Gold Medal in Public Health
  • Kristen Pascoe: Silver Medal in Biomedical Science
  • Sara Puryear: Gold Medal in Public Health
  • Kayla Reeves: Gold Medal in Public Health
  • Shayla Turner: Top 10 in Medical Assisting
  • Erin Walker: Bronze Medal in Biomedical Science
  • Lacoria Williams: Top 10 in Physical Therapy
  • Prestion Williams: Gold Medal in Public Health
Special congratulations go out to the Gold Medal winning Public Health team, who qualified for the National Conference in California!

ARTS: Blazer Band Members Perform at All State Band Clinic

Congratulations to Thomas Drummond and Khalil Gray for great concerts last weekend at the South Carolina All State Band Clinic at Furman University. Honorable mention also goes to Kamia McDaniels and Andrew Marino as alternates. They all represented our band and school extremely!

Thursday, March 19, 2015

ACADEMICS: Summer Reading Books Available in Media Center

The Media Center has copies of the Summer Reading books on display for next years Summer Reading Day Celebration. Stop on by and sign out a book today!

ARTS: Blazer Bands Are Superior

The Blazer Symphonic and Concert Bands spent yesterday performing and listening to other groups at the State Concert Performance Assessment, formerly known as the State Concert Band Festival. There were three judges who rated our bands three prepared pieces, and two judges who reviewed the bands sight-reading, which was based off of reading a new piece that was never seen before and the band members were only given six minutes to prepare. Congratulations to our Blazers on receiving the highest rating, Superior, in every category from every judge, and for obtaining an overall Superior rating. Well done Blazers!

ACTIVITIES: Blaze Defined Places at Step Show

Congratulations to Blaze Defined, Ridge View's Step Team, on their performance in the St. Andrews Middle School Annual Step Show this past weekend. The team placed 3rd in the high school step division and 1st in the stroll competition, winning $50 in prize money.

ATHLETICS: Golf Team Defeats Keenan

Sam Drafts and Coach Seth Gilmer
Congratulations to the boys golf team for their victory over Keenan High School on Tuesday. The Blazers were led by Sam Drafts who shot a 49. Josh Leary also helped the Blazers to victory by getting his first Birdie of the year. Great job boys!

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

REMINDER: Create It Discovery Day

ACTIVITIES: Student to Student Welcome New Students

Our "veteran" Blazers from the Student to Student Club welcomed our newest military connected Blazers last Thursday at lunch. Welcome to our newest Blazers: Octavya Brooks, Paul Duke, Jammie Graham, Kemari Mack-Caver, Nyla Manley, Christian Mariner, KeyShawn Marshall, Donnell Ray, Mykala Ray, Christopher Spence, Alexis Williams, Antonio Brown, Samantha Cherry, Darian Miller, Olivia Parker, Janae' Robinson-Miller, Diamond Russell, Janyia Thompson, Spencer Vasquez and Calvin Williams.

REMINDER: Letter Jackets on Sale Friday

NEFF will be here selling Ridge View Letter Jackets on Friday, March 20th at lunch in the Cafeteria Foyer. This will be the last chance to buy a jacket at the special discounted price of $99. You must bring the payment to school on March 20th. If you have a varsity letter, bring it and Neff will sew it on the jacket for free. For more information including other pricing options, click on the image for an order form.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Students Defeat Faculty & Staff in Volleyball

Last week, a group of faculty and staff members took up a volleyball challenge by Coach Bedenbaugh's Early Bird Physical Education class. The students were victorious, but fun was had by all.

Ridge View Touchdown Club Meets Next Week

Is your RVHS student interested in playing football for the Blazers?  Were you unable to attend the Parent/Community meeting with Coach Perry Parks, our new head football coach?  No problem.  Coach Parks is have another meeting for parents interested in being a member of the Ridge View Touchdown Club.  The RV Touchdown Club is an parent/guardian organization to support our student athletes, encourage teamwork, discipline, and respect for others through athletic competition, and provide additional funding when necessary to help run a successful football program.  The first club meeting will be on Tuesday, March 24 at 6:00 PM in Room D-77.  Please park in parking area near the Auditorium.  Coach Parks is encouraging all current and potential football parents to become a member and active participant in the RV Touchdown Club.

Also, football training has begun.  The March and April training schedules can be found on the school and athletic websites, as well as by clicking the image.