Ridgefield Public Schools

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Ridgefield Public Schools challenge students to grow to their fullest potentials while helping them discover themselves and their special places in the world.

Headlines and Announcements

  • All Eastern United States Chorus

    Two of our Ridgefield Memorial High School students have been selected to perform with the All Eastern United States Mixed Choir in April of 2015. Both Chavin Haines and Natalia Wajda were chosen because of their excellent audition scores and acceptances into Bergen County, Region and All State Chorus on numerous occasions. This a great honor which is only afforded to about thirty New Jersey students every other year. Click the image to read more...

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  • Thanksgiving Message to the Community

    During the Thanksgiving season, when we traditionally take time to give thanks, I write to express my personal gratitude. Thank you to our parents and guardians for having faith in Ridgefield Public Schools and for sending us your beautiful children. Your children come with strong values, respect, tolerance, and appreciation. Thank you for your commitment to ensuring their success and our success. Click the image to read more...

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  • Slocum Skewes Robotics Team Victory

    The Ridgefield Middle School Robotics Team was one of 26 teams to compete at the Bergen County Regional Tournament on Saturday, November 22, 2014. The team performed exceptionally well and was selected to advance to the New Jersey State Championship on Saturday, December 13, 2014. At that time, the students will compete against the best teams from all of the other NJ counties. Click the image to read more...

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  • PARCC and Common Core State Standards Information Night

    The Ridgefield Curriculum Department is sponsoring a PARCC & Common Core Information Night on January 14, 2015. Please join us at the RMHS Cafeteria at 7:00 PM. Click the image to read more...

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  • Cupcake Contest in Ridgefield Is Sweet Day for Some Special Students

    For most people, baking cupcakes seems a simple process. But for the STRIVE students, it was another step in showing the focus, skill development, creativity and public presence needed to achieve the program’s goal of a functional adult life. “What they had to do was come up with their own recipe and make it at home,” Capotorto said. “It’s a way to help the kids learn to work in their kitchen at home,” beyond basic tasks such as cooking dinner. Click the image to read the article...

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  • Ridgefield Website Launch

    We are proud to announce the official launch of our new district website at www.ridgefieldschools.com. During the past six months, administrators, faculty, and staff have been working diligently while preparing for today’s unveiling. They have been engaged in planning, turnkey training, building, and publishing. Our November 1, 2014 launch brings a more consistent presentation across schools, departments, and activities; an easier navigation structure; more currently updated information; and opportunities for you to register and set up useful and informative resources. Click the image to read more...

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  • Parent Technology Night Draws Full House

    On Wednesday, October 29 at 8:00 PM, Director of Curriculum and Instruction Janet Seabold and Instructional Supervisor Floro Villanueva lead and incredibly successful hands-on training effort where parents learned how to access information about our school district, student grading, attendance, homework, and Study Island. They learned how access and register for our new district website. The event was incredibly well attended. Eighty parents came together to experience a keynote presentation and breakout sessions that were delivered in English, Korean, and Spanish. Click the image to read more...

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  • Ridgefield Public Schools Annual Data Presentation

    Each year, the students in Grades 3 through 8 and 11 participate in the NJ State standardized testing program on the NJASK or HSPA tests. The data for these tests is reported to the Board of Education and the public during an October Board of Education meeting. Within the presentation, our Ridgefield students are compared to students who attend similar demographic school districts (DFG) and those throughout the State. Student progress is also compared from year to year. Click the image to read more...

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  • Macy's All American Marching Band

    Exciting news! Four Ridgefield Memorial High School students that are members of the Marching Royals have been selected to participate in the 2014 Macy's All American Marching Band! On November 27, 2014, a proud musical tradition will continue and Ridgefield will be proudly represented in the Macy's Great American Marching Band for the 88th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Honoring America's finest high school musicians, this band will be comprised of select students from each of the fifty states. Click the image to read more...

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  • Study Island Comes to Ridgefield

    The Study Island learning program has come to Ridgefield! We are pleased to announce that our district has purchased a subscription to Study Island - a research-based program built specifically from State and Common Core Standards. Your child has the opportunity to participate in lessons and activities that reinforce and reward learning. It is also great fun while they are learning! Study Island also provides skill monitoring that identifies your child’s strengths and weaknesses in each subject. Finally, with the shift to online assessment in next year’s PARCC test, Study Island will help all Ridgefield Public Schools students become familiar and successful with online test taking. Click the image to read more...

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  • Strategic Planning for 20/20 Vision

    Yogi Berra said, “If you don't know where you're going, you might not get there.” Adapting that for school district strategic planning, “If you don't know where you're going, you won’t know how to get there…or if and when you get there.” During the next eight months, our school community will engage in unbiased, scholarly work that will answer three very critical questions: Where is our district now? Where does the District want to be in three to five years? and How are we going to get there?

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  • Bond Referendum Passes

    Members of the School Community, Thank you for your commitment to our schools! Our bond referendum passed by an overwhelming majority vote! FINAL RESULTS: YES: 358; NO: 164. In order for children to learn, they need to feel safe, secure, and comfortable. They need to come to healthy and stimulating environments. They need to have the appropriate tools. In these modern times, challenges continue to grow, and with our limited means, the needs become harder to accommodate. Click the image to read more...

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  • PRESS RELEASE: Restructuring for Tomorrow

    During these past several months, our district has undergone a significant transformation among its leadership team in an effort to better support school programs and personnel. New Superintendent, Dr. Frank Romano proposed the following reorganization to the system in order to meet 1) the recent New Jersey State demands on schools and 2) the District’s local needs for improvement in the areas of Program and Instruction. The Board of Education unanimously endorsed these efforts in order to support curriculum, instruction, and assessment and provide a well articulated and a more consistent student experience. Click the image to read more...

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