Ridgefield Public Schools

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  • SY 2018-2019 User Friendly Budget

    The Board of Education, with six board members present, voted unanimously to approve the 2018-2019 Budget. Below is the budget presented in a User Friendly PDF version and the PowerPoint Presentation presented by the School Business Administrator.

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  • Ridgefield's Recognition Award Recipients for 2018

    Congratulations to this year’s Bergen County Teacher/ Educational Services Professional Recognition Award recipients: Elizabeth Giannantonio - Shaler Academy; Cassandra Lange - Bergen Blvd. School; Kenneth Fugowski - Slocum Skewes School; and Jennifer Lambert - RMHS.

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  • Bergen Community College Partnership

    At the Board of Education meeting on March 22, 2018, the Curriculum Department and RMHS presented a new partnership with Bergen Community College. With this partnership, high school juniors and seniors gain the ability to enroll in college level classes while still in high school. These students can take classes at RMHS or on the main campus of BCCC in Paramus. For more information, please click on the image to the left.

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  • Keeping Schools Safe

    Letter from Interim Superintendent Mr. John Petrelli

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  • Ridgefield Schools Annual Peformance Report

    At the Board of Education meeting on January 25, 2018, the presentation of the 2016/17 Annual School Performance Report was given to the public. The Annual School Performance Report provides parents, students and stakeholders with information regarding district demographics, student progress, student and staff attendance, and graduation rates. All of these factor into an overall score for the district as compared to other districts within the state of New Jersey. For more information on our Annual School Performance Report, please click on the image to the left.

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  • Ridgefield Public Schools Make National Honor Roll

    Thirty-nine New Jersey school districts have been named to a national honor roll that recognizes educators who assist students on college placement exams. The College Board has recognized school districts committed to increasing access to advanced placement programs for "underrepresented" students, the term applied to disadvantaged students. These districts named on the AP District Honor Roll were also recognized for having students earning AP exam scores of 3 or higher. Inclusion on the 8th Annual AP District Honor Roll is based on three years of advanced placement data, from 2015 to 2017. For more information regarding the honor for the Ridgefield Public Schools, please click on the link to the left.

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  • The Crown Newspaper, volume I

    The Crown staff is proud to present our first volume of our school newspaper for the 2017/2018 school year. Please click on the picture to the left to read the newspaper in full.

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  • Data Presentation 2016/2017

    At the Board of Education meeting on Thursday, October 12, 2017, the Curriculum Department presented a presentation on Ridgefield Public School District testing data. The data that was presented included reports of the scores for all students who participated in the PARCC, NJASK Science in grades 4 and 8, NJ Biology Competency Test, DLM, Access for ELLs, the SAT, and our AP testing. The PARCC data was reported for students in grades 3 - 11 in English/Language Arts and grades 3 - 8 in math. Additionally PARCC scores were reported for end of course tests in Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry at the high school level. For more information on the presentation, please click on the image to the left.

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