Cuts for Gabbiee Postponed Until Further Notice
Slider Image 1

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

ATHLETICS: Cross Country Update

Justin Rose
The Ridge View Blazer Cross Country team traveled to Charlotte, NC this past Saturday to compete against some of the best teams in the Southeast in the 2016 Providence Invitational.  The boys were led by Justin Rose (17:57), and the girls were paced by Mya Ray (26:07). The teams will be back in action today at Sandhills Research Center against Spring Valley, Lower Richland, Eau Claire, Blythewood, Lugoff-Elgin, Summerville, Westwood and RNE. The girls race at 5:30 pm while the boys will race at 6:15 pm.

Cuts for Gabbiee Recap


Congratulations to our Master Hair Care Instructor, Terex Smalls, and the Master Hair Care program for another successful Cuts for Gabbiee, which has raised over $1,200 for the Master Hair Care Program and the Gabbiee Swainson Scholarship fund. Click on the image to read and see WLTX's coverage of this event.

CAUTION: Please Pay Attention to Pedestrian Signals

We have noticed that some students crossing the street when the pedestrian signals are displaying the red hand.  The intersection at the Ridge View bus lot and the entrance to Food Lion can be a very dangerous area if students do not follow the rules for walking across the street.  Because we would like to avoid any accidents between students and cars, we wanted to remind everyone of these rules. 
  1. Students should only cross the street when the pedestrian signals display the walk signal (see the image on the left).  At this time cars should be stopped allowing students to safely cross the street.
  2. If the pedestrian signal displays a red hand (see the image on the right), students should not cross the street.  They can push the button below the pedestrian signal that will cause the traffic light to change and allow them to cross the street.
If you have students that walk to school, please review this rules with them.  We all want them to walk with care, pay attention to what is going on around them, and get to school and return home safely.  

ATHLETICS: Are You Ready to be a Part of History?

Come out and be a part of history at the first-ever varsity home football game at RVHS. The game is this Friday, September 2nd. Seating is limited. Blazer fans can buy tickets in advance only. No tickets will be sold at the gate on the day of the game. Tickets are on sale for $7 each from 8 AM – 4 PM in the school’s Main Office.

On game day, only Blazer fans with pre-purchased tickets will be permitted on campus. Fans will be required to show tickets to gain entry to parking lots. No parking will be allowed on Hard Scrabble Road or at nearby businesses. Overflow parking, if needed, will be available at Rice Creek Elementary School. Don’t miss this historic home game against Ninety-Six High School. Get your tickets now because no tickets will be sold at the gate the day of the game. Kick-off is at 7:30 p.m. 

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Download the Richland 2 App

We're rolling out a new app! This powerful and easy-to-use tool puts news and information about our district and schools directly in your hands. Using your smart phone or tablet, we hope that you will enjoy exploring the options and customizing the app to fit your needs. The app gives you access to news, meal menus, high school sports scores and information, calendars and more! Our parents will receive additional information about personalizing the app from their child's school when the school begins using it. To set up the app to follow any of our school(s):
  • Go to the Apple App Store or Google Play on your device.
  • Search for RICHLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT 2 and download the RICHLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT TWO app.
  • Open app.
  • Indicate whether you will allow the app to send notifications. This selection can be changed later.
  • Follow the prompts on the Welcome Screen to select your school(s).

ACADEMICS: CAT Parent Meeting Today

On Tuesday, August 30, 2016, the Ridge View High School CAT (Carolina Alliance of Technology) staff would like to invite you to our first of many a parent meetings.  The meeting will begin at 6:00 P.M. in the RVHS Multipurpose Room. Please enter in the school through the gate area near the Auditorium and marquee and follow the blue line to the parking lot next to the gymnasium and JV football field.  Light refreshments will be served.  

SAVE THE DATE: Fall Open House Next Week

Ridge View's Open House is Tuesday, September 6, 2016 from 5:30 PM until 7:30 PM. This is a time for teachers to meet and greet parents, as well as share instructional goals and classroom expectations.  If parents want to discuss grades and student behavior with a teacher, they can stop by the Office of School Counseling to schedule a parent-teacher conference.  

Not only is Open House a time to meet with your child's teachers, you will also be able to pay fees, complete your InfoSnap online registration, submit proof of residence documents, signup for Parent Portal and PTSO, purchase for Fall athletic season passes, and purchase spirit items in Blazerville, the school store.  The Keenan Class of 82 is also providing a delicious Spaghetti dinner fundraiser for $10 a plate (Click the image to see the flyer).

We are looking forward to meet you on this night.  More information can be found on our school website (www.richland2.org/rvh) or in our online newsletter (AT THE VIEW Daily).

ATHLETICS: JV Football Game on Wednesday

The JV Football Game vs. AC Flora will be played tomorrow, Wednesday, August 31st at 6:30 PM at Ridge View High School. This game was originally scheduled for September 1st. Come on out and support your Blazers!

Monday, August 29, 2016

ATHLETICS: Newest Blazer Rangers Rifle Team Members

Matthew Bullard & Kortaize Gilyard
Three days after school was back in session, on a Saturday when most were catching those extra hours of sleep after an exciting first week of school, Matthew Bullard and Kortaize Gilyard were already sitting in another classroom at 7 AM. While the school was quiet everywhere else, the JROTC wing resonated with rifle safety terms and rules, team procedures and the infamous safety exam. Before a cadet can even touch a rifle they must undertake and pass the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s extremely rigorous safety exam with nothing less than a score of 100%. Cadets only get two attempts to pass the exam with a perfect score. Anything less and they are sent home. The stress is palpable when the examinees are told “Begin!” Once the exam is complete, the stress however does not end as the “wanna-be’s” must then negotiate 10 hours of hands-on training and a series of shooting tests, ultimately concluding with a 1 hour and 15 minute scored competition during which only the top competitors “survive the cut” to be members of the Blazer Rangers Rifle Team. At the end of an extremely long day when the door to the rifle range opened and the day nearly gone, two cadets emerged victorious in their quest to become the two newest members of the Blazer Rangers. Please congratulate cadets Matthew Bullard and Kortaize Gilyard.

ACTIVITIES: College Colors Day Contest

Across the U.S., students, parents, fans and alumni observe and celebrate "National College Colors Day." This day is annually celebrated by wearing your college's colors and college apparel. This year, the College Center would like our students, faculty and staff to participate in this event by hosting a College Colors Day Contest. This contest will take place during Advisory this Wednesday, August 31st. The Advisory with the most students wearing college shirts will win a prize! The winner will be announced on College Colors Day, Friday, September 2nd.

ATHLETICS: Get the Hottest Ticket in Town!

Come out and be a part of history at the first-ever varsity home football game at Ridge View High School. The game will take place on Friday, September 2nd. Seating is limited. Blazer fans can buy tickets in advance only. Tickets are on sale from 8 AM - 4 PM in the Main Office at Ridge View for $7 as long as they are available. On game day, only Blazer fans with pre-purchased tickets will be permitted on campus. NO EXCEPTIONS. Fans will be required to show tickets to gain entry to parking lots. No parking will be allowed on Hard Scrabble Road. Overflow parking, if needed, will be available at Rice Creek Elementary School. Don't miss this historic home game against Ninety Six High School. This game will sell out. Get your tickets now. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE GATE ON GAME DAY. Kick-off will be at 7:30 PM. 

Sunday, August 28, 2016

College Center Newsletter

The RVHS College Center is here to serve students grades 9-12 in preparation of Post-Secondary Education. Please click on the image to read this weeks College Center Newsletter to learn more about upcoming events and scholarship information. For questions, please see Mrs. Dana Aldighieri in D-95.

This Week at The View

Here is what is happening this week at The View:

Sunday, August 28

  • Cuts for Gabbiee from 1-5 PM. Haircuts for $5.

Monday, August 29

  • Girls Tennis vs. Sumter @ Home at 5:30 PM

Tuesday, August 30

  • Girls Golf vs. Irmo @ Oak Hills Golf Club at 4:30 PM
  • JV & Varsity Volleyball @ Dreher at 5 PM
  • CAT Parent Meeting in the Multipurpose Room from 6-7 PM

Wednesday, August 31

  • National College Colors Day Competition. Which Advisory will have the most students wearing college shirts?
  • Join Ms. Moore in D-83 to learn more about Jackson State University
  • Cross Country vs. Blythewood, Goose Creek, Spring Valley, Lower Richland, Richland Northeast, Summerville, & Westwood @ Sandhills Research Park at 5:30 PM
  • Varsity Volleyball vs. White Knoll @ Home at 6 PM
  • JV Football vs. AC Flora @ Home at 6:30 PM

Thursday, September 1

  • Girls Golf vs. Spring Valley & Lexington JV @ Lexington Country Club at 4:30 PM

Friday, September 2

  • Mini-Pep Rally during Lunch
  • Varsity Football vs. Ninety-Six @ RVHS Campus Stadium at 7:30 PM

REMINDER: Cuts for Gabbiee is Today


Saturday, August 27, 2016

ATHLETICS: Blazers Stun Blythewood in Rivalry Matchup

Sophomore Kicker Nick Lawyer
The Ridge View Blazers stunned Blythewood on a last second field goal to defeat the Bengals 23-21 to improve to 2-0 on the season. Most of the first half belonged to Blythewood as they went up 18-0 before heading into halftime 18-7, but the Blazers hung in there and pulled to within one point late in the fourth quarter. With the Bengals up 21-20, Ridge View attempted but was unsuccessful on a two point conversion. The Blazers were given one more opportunity after Dejuan Warren forced a Bengals fumble and recovered it on the next possession. After driving deep into Bengals territory, it appeared that time expired as Blythewood's bench emptied onto the field in celebration. Their celebration turned out to be premature, however, as one second was put back on the clock. Placekicker Nick Lawyer then nailed a field goal through the uprights for the victory. The Blazers defense held Blythewood to only three second half points a week after shutting out Sumter in the second half for another come from behind victory. After two weeks of football, one thing should be clear, don't count the Blazers out!

For more information, click on the image to read a recap of the game courtesy of The State newspaper, and don't forget to purchase your tickets for the game against Ninety-Six this coming Friday, the first varsity game ever to be played on our campus. GO BLAZERS!

REMINDER: Cuts for Gabbiee is Tomorrow


ATHLETICS: Tickets on Sale for First Varsity Football Game on Campus

Come out and be a part of history at the first-ever varsity home football game at Ridge View High School. The game will take place on Friday, September 2nd. Seating is limited. Blazer fans can buy tickets in advance only. Tickets are on sale from 8 AM - 4 PM in the Main Office at Ridge View for $7 as long as they are available. On game day, only Blazer fans with pre-purchased tickets will be permitted on campus. NO EXCEPTIONS. Fans will be required to show tickets to gain entry to parking lots. No parking will be allowed on Hard Scrabble Road. Overflow parking, if needed, will be available at Rice Creek Elementary School. Don't miss this historic home game against Ninety Six High School. This game will sell out. Get your tickets now. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE GATE ON GAME DAY. Kick-off will be at 7:30 PM. 

Friday, August 26, 2016

ATHLETICS: RVHS vs. Blythewood Tonight

Are you ready for some football? Our Ridge View Blazers will be taking on our archrivals, the Blythewood High Bengals tonight at 7:30 PM in a HOME game at Richland District Two Stadium at Blythewood. Come on out and support your Blazers in this clash of undefeated teams! 

August Yearbook Special

Do not miss the opportunity to order a 2016 yearbook at the August special price of $50. This price is good until August 31st. Deposits will be accepted, however, the full payment must be received before May 1st. You can order online at yearbookforever.com. If you would like to order now and pay later, please click on the image for an order form. For more information, contact Mrs. Leslie High-Washington at (803) 699-2999 ext. 84636 or by email at lhigh@richland2.org.

ALUMNI: Adam Hart on the PGA Tour

Ridge View Alum Adam Hart is still competing on the PGA tour. Read more from WLTX 19 by clicking on the image.

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Vanguard Ice Cream Shop Open in C-63


The Vanguard Ice Cream shop is now open in room C-63. Items range from 50 cents to a $1.25. Proceeds support the Yearbook.




Cuts for Gabbiee on Sunday


ATHLETICS: RVHS vs. BHS Football Gate Information

The Ridge View vs. Blythewood football game will be one of the hottest tickets in Columbia on Friday night. The game will kick off at 7:30 PM. Refer to the image for information on stadium seating and tickets.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

College Center Newsletter

The College Center at RVHS is here to serve students grades 9-12 in preparation of Post-Secondary Education. Please click on the image to read more about what the College Center has to offer and to learn about upcoming events.

Free Financial Aid Workshop

There will be a FREE Financial Aid Workshop on Thursday, September 8th in the Library Commons. Ms. Jennifer Williams from Wells Fargo will be conducting this workshop. This workshop will also help with FAFSA  (Free Application for Financial Student Aid), which opens on October 1, 2016 this year. See Mrs. Aldighieri in the College Center if you have any questions.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

ATHLETICS: Boys Golf Meeting Set for Thursday

There will be a Boys Golf Interest Meeting this Thursday in room G-9 at lunch. If you have any questions, please see Coach Gilmer in the gym.

ATHLETICS: Beef O'Brady's Night Tonight


ATHLETICS: Football to Play 1st Varsity Home Game on Campus

Ridge View High School will host its first-ever varsity home football game on campus on Friday, September 2nd. Seating is limited. Advance ticket sales only will be available for Blazer fans. Tickets are $7 each. Sales will begin on Wednesday, August 24th from 8 AM - 4 PM in the Main Office at Ridge View. Tickets will not last long. Only Blazer fans with pre-purchased tickets will be permitted on campus the day of the game. NO EXCEPTIONS. Fans will be required to show tickets to gain entry to parking lots. No parking will be allowed on Hard Scrabble Road. Overflow parking, if needed, will be available at Rice Creek Elementary School. Don't miss this historic home game against Ninety Six High School. Kick-off will be at 7:30 PM. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE GATE ON GAME DAY.

ATHLETICS: Football Defeats Sumter to Begin the Season

Congratulations to the Varsity Football team on defeating Sumter on the road this past Friday night by a score of 22-15!  Jalen Smith threw for 100 yards and ran for another 97 while Ali Kelley rushed for 89 yards and 2 touchdowns. You can click on the image for full game stats. The victory sets the stage for a match-up of unbeaten teams for this Friday's rivalry game vs. the 1-0 Blythewood Bengals at Richland Two District Stadium at Blythewood. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 PM. Get there EARLY as we expect a sell out!

Monday, August 22, 2016

Bell Schedule & Administrative/Counseling Caseloads

Ridge View will be on our regular weekly schedule beginning this week including our Late Start Wednesday. Even though students will be arriving late on Wednesday, expect heavy traffic, so please plan accordingly to avoid students being tardy.


Blazerfest Postponed

Blazerfest has been postponed until May. It will not be held on September 24th. Please accept our apologies.

Sunday, August 21, 2016

Let the Games Begin Kickoff Activities

Student Activities will be hosting lunch activities this week leading up to our rivalry games against Blythewood High this Friday.
  • Monday: It's Music Monday in the A/B Courtyard by the Cafeteria to hype up Friday's rivalry game vs. Blythewood and show off your dance skills.
  • Tuesday: It's Cracker Jack Day as we play Toe Touch Tuesday. Find 1 of the selected 5 Senior Cheerleaders scattered around the inside of school and shout a cheer with her and receive a bag of Cracker Jacks with a prize inside. One lucky student will win a ticket to Friday's game.
  • Wednesday: Compete in the Water Bottle Flip Game in the Cafeteria for your chance to win a ticket to Friday's game.
  • Thursday: Compete in the Find the Football Player Game to receive prizes including a ticket to Friday's game. Find 1 of the 5 selected Football players wearing a blue bracelet scattered around the inside of school.
  • Friday: Mini-Pep Rally with a contest for the most school spirit by the person decking out in the most RV spirit gear and colors.
  • Friday: Varsity Football vs. Blythewood @ Richland District Two Stadium at Blythewood High School at 7:30 PM
It's a great week to be a Blazer, so Let the Games Begin!

Get Your Chromebook Purple Pass

Ridge View students need to get There Chromebook Purple Pass in order to get their brand new Dell 11 Chromebooks for this year. You must have a Purple Pass and a case to get a Chromebook. In order to get your Purple Pass, you must have signed an RUP (paper copy or online via Parent Portal or InfoSnap), paid the $20 Richland 2 Chromebook Protection Plan (show the receipt), and have paid all outstanding Chromebook debts from 2013-2016. Chromebooks will be distributed beginning Tuesday, August 23rd. Purple Passes are available at the Tech.B@r in the Library Commons before school, during lunch and after school. Students may also come with a signed pass from a teacher during other times of the school day.

This Week at The View

Here is what is happening during our Blythewood Rivalry week at The View:

Monday, August 22nd
  • Lunch: It's Music Monday in the A/B Courtyard. Let's hype up our rivalry game vs. Blythewood and show off our dance skills.
Tuesday, August 23rd
  • Lunch: It's Cracker Jack Day as we play Toe Touch Tuesday. Find 1 of the selected 5 Senior Cheerleaders scattered around the inside of school and shout a cheer with her and receive a bag of Cracker Jacks. Inside you'll find a prize & one lucky student will win a ticket to Friday's game.
  • Chorus Information Parent Night in room C-74 at 6-8PM
Wednesday, August 24th
  • Lunch: Water Bottle Flip Game in the Cafeteria. The winner receives a ticket to Friday's game.
  • Lunch: Girls Track & Field Interest Meeting in the Multipurpose Room
  • Girls Tennis @ Airport High 5-6:30 PM
  • JV Football vs. Blyethwood @ Richland District Two Stadium at Blythewood H.S.
Thursday, August 25th
  • Lunch: Find the Football Player Game. Find 1 of the 5 selected Football players wearing a blue bracelet scattered around the inside of school and receive a little treat & one lucky student will win a ticket to Friday's game.
  • Girls Tennis @ Airport High 5-6:30 PM
  • JV Football vs. Blyethwood @ Richland District Two Stadium at Blythewood H.S. at 6 PM
  • Orchestra Parent Meeting in the Orchestra Room from 6:30-8:30 PM
Friday, August 26th
  • Lunch: Mini-Pep Rally. Who will will the contest for being the most decked out in RV spirit gear and colors.
  • Varsity Volleyball at Nation Ford Tournament @ Nation Ford H.S.
  • Varsity Football vs. Blythewood @ Richland District Two Stadium at Blythewood High School at 7:30 PM
  • Extreme Challenge Weekend for the Institute of Health Sciences Magnet
Saturday, August 27th
  • Cross Country at the Providence Invitational @ McAlpine Park, Charlotte, NC at 9 am
  • Varsity Volleyball at Nation Ford Tournament @ Nation Ford H.S.
  • Extreme Challenge Weekend for the Institute of Health Sciences Magnet

Friday, August 19, 2016

ACADEMICS: Graphing Calculator Loan Program

Students are invited to participate in the Math Department's graphing calculator loan program. The fee to rent a TI-83 or TI-84 Plus calculator is $25. If the student is enrolled in Algebra 1 or Intermediate Algebra, however, the fee is waived! Calculators are available while supplies last. Please see the attachment for more information.

ALUMNI: Tensley Published in Time Magazine

Brandon Tensley, a 2008 Ridge View High School Scholars Academy graduate recently published an editorial piece for Time Magazine on what it means to see Black gymnasts succeed at the Olympic level. We are very proud of all of his success! Check it his story by clicking on the image.


Thursday, August 18, 2016

RVH Bus Route Changes

Students who live less than 1.5 miles from the school will no longer be able to ride the bus.  New sidewalks were installed to provide a walkable route to Ridge View.  Before the sidewalks were in place, the Richland School District Two was allowed by the State Department of Education to have an exception to the state law that prohibits bus stops within 1.5 miles of a school.  That exception is no longer in place; and Ridge View families living in Waverly Place neighborhood and certain sections of the Autumn Glen neighborhood are affected by this change.  These families will need to arrange of alternative modes of transportation to school such as walking, riding a bicycle, or becoming a car rider/driver.  We apologize for any hardship that this may have cause you and your Ridge View Blazer.  If you have any questions, please contact Melissa Myers (mmyers@richland2.org or 803.699.2999 ext. 84233) or Allen Upchurch (aupchurc@richland2.org or 803.699.2999 ext. 84234).

The updated Ridge View bus routes can be found by clicking on the image.

ATHLETICS: Blazer Rangers Rifle Team Tryouts

Attention past, present and future Cadets!!! Do you want to join the Blazer Rangers Rifle Team? Do you want to "Be all that you can be!"? Do you feel the need to push yourself both physically and mentally beyond other mere mortals? Do you think you have what it takes to be an expert marksman? If so, click on the image for more information regarding the August 20th Blazer Rangers Rifle Team.

ATHLETICS: Football vs. Sumter High

The Ridge View Varsity Football team travels to Sumter High School for their first game of the season tomorrow, Friday, August 19th. This is a big time match up to open the season. The game will be played at Sumter High School's Memorial Stadium, which is located at 1965 Stadium Road in Sumter, SC. Tickets are $7. The visitor's parking lot is located behind the visiting stands,  and the visiting ticket booth is located adjacent to the parking lot. We hope to see everyone in Sumter on Friday night! Go Blazers! #SaddleUp

Monday, August 15, 2016

Welcoming Freshmen Tomorrow!!

Ninth-graders enrolled at Ridge View High School will get a head start on the new school year by participating in Freshmen First on August 16 from 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM.  This day will help ease the transition from middle to high school by giving them an opportunity to become familiar with Ridge View before the other students return.

Students who ride the school bus will also have opportunity to ride their new bus on August 16.  Parents and guardians must have completed the transportation section of the Infosnap online registration process in order for their students to be picked up by their new high school bus.  Parents who have not completed this online registration process need to contact Ms. Goines (803.699.2999 ext 84213), Ridge View's School Registrar as soon as possible.  Students and parents can view information on transportation routes by clicking the image.  

We look forward to welcoming the newest members of the Blazer family on August 16.

Sunday, August 14, 2016

ATHLETICS: Butler Commits to Colorado State


Ridge View's Cam Butler has verbally committed to Colorado State to play football. Read more from The State by clicking on the image. Congratulations Cam!

Saturday, August 13, 2016

ATHLETICS: RV in Preseason Blitz

Coach Perry Parks enters his 2nd season at the helm
of the Blazer Football Program.
Click on the image to check out WLTX 19's Preseason Blitz as they discuss our Blazer football team heading into the 2016 season.

Juniors & Seniors Ride The COMET for Free!


Friday, August 12, 2016

ACTIVITIES: FCA Presents Fields of Faith Concert


Are You Career Ready?

Are you career ready? Here are the habits of the most respected employees as compiled by Career Headlines. Which of these 15 will be hardest for you as an employee? What can you do now to overcome the problem?
1.They are likeable. Even when they're overworked, frustrated, or disagree, they remain positive. You won't find them sighing, rolling their eyes, or becoming defensive.
2.They buy into the vision. They make sure their company stands for something they can believe in. Otherwise, they go somewhere else.
3.They look out for their peers. A workplace holds a group of people who should be committed to each other's success. Lone wolves should not apply.
4.They take initiative. They don't sit on their hands. They don't ignore work needing completion, even when the work doesn't fall into their job description.
5.They follow through. Reliability is a requirement for great employees. No more to be said about this one!
6.They offer good suggestions. Great employees are always looking for ways to improve their company. Be careful that your idea is practical.
7.They accept that they can't always win. Great employees don't have to agree with every detail, but they must give their all for the team.
8.They support the leaders. If they can't do that, they need to change their attitude or find different work.
9.They take care of themselves. If they don't take care of their personal lives, they're unlikely to be successful.
10.They act ethically. Great employees strive to get stuff done, but they also have a bias toward fairness.
11.They have a sense of humor. All jobs can be stressful, and great employees see humor in everyday events.
12.They look for chances to help people. Whether it's to help a colleague with a task or help a customer find an answer, you should want to be part of the solution.
13.They evangelize. Everyone's job involves sales to some degree. Great employees know this and spread the news about their company's great products and services.
14.They say thanks. Great employees express appreciation to their boss, coworkers, and customers.
15.They count to 10. Rather than reacting immediately to frustration, great employees count to 10 before responding.

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Voter Registration Drive Next Week

The Blazer Career Center is hosting a voter registration drive on August 19th from 9 am to 2 pm in the RVHS Library Commons. Student who are 17 years old can register to vote as long as they will turn 18 before November 8th. Registrants must have one of the following forms of identification in order to register: driver's license or permit, military I.D. or passport. Come on out to make sure you can exercise your right to vote in the upcoming presidential election.