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Cheri's Weekly Update 6-1-18

posted Jun 1, 2018, 12:21 PM by Cynthia Friedman

Upcoming Events:
Monday, June 4 Dance-a-thon pledges due
Tuesday, June 5 End of the Year Picnic (5:30-7:00)
Wednesday, June 6 3rd Grade lunch at Subway
Thursday, June 7 8th Grade Graduation
Friday, June 8 NO SCHOOL Grading Day
Saturday, June 9 Rummage Sale 8:00am –3:30pm
Monday, June 11 Mazzi’s Restaurant Fundraiser
Tuesday, June 12 Field Day-Send change of clothes
Thursday, June 14 Last Day of School-Early release 1:05

SHARING SUGGESTION: 6/2 A photo or picture, 6/9 A happy memory or book

CHANGE OF CLOTHES FOR FIELD DAY- Field Day for students will take place on Tuesday, June 12th 9:15-11:15am. One of the stations will have water balloons. It is likely that your child will get wet. We encourage you to send your child with a change of clothes so that they do not have to stay in wet clothing for the remaining hours of the day.

GARDENING:
Thanks to parent volunteers-especially gardener, Kate Walser, the students had a fantastic time harvesting, washing, mixing, serving and eating the vegetables they grew. Many thanks as well to families that shared additional veggies, fruits, salad toppings, dressings and more! A wonderful time was had by all. J

Check out photos on our Facebook page.

DANCE-A-THON!!: What fun we had Friday night at the Dance-a-thon! Everywhere I looked I saw Ridgeline families having a marvelous time being together. I saw some pretty cool dance moves as well. J

**PLEASE RETURN DANCE-A-THON PLEDCES BY MONDAY, JUNE 4***

SCIENCE STUDIES: After an amazing two weeks, our butterflies have emerged and been released. Watching the tiny caterpillars grow, become a pupa (cocoon) then morph into Painted Lady butterflies was amazing. We also studied the life cycles of other arthropods.

END OF YEAR PICNIC:
Bring a picnic dinner and join us Tuesday, June 5, 5:30-7:00pm for this fun-filled year-end tradition.

Thank you for sharing your lovable children!

Cheri & Azusa

Cheri's Weekly Update 5-24-18

posted May 30, 2018, 10:46 AM by Cynthia Friedman


Upcoming Events:
Monday, May 28 NO SCHOOL Memorial Day.
Thursday, May 31 Walk to Tugman Park for lunch (weather permitting)
Friday, June 1 Move up Day
Monday, June 4 Dance-a-thon pledges due
Tuesday, June 5 End of the Year Picnic (5:30-7:00)
Wednesday, June 6 3rd Grade lunch at Subway
Thursday, June 7 8th Grade Graduation
Friday, June 8 NO SCHOOL Grading Day
Saturday, June 9 Rummage Sale
Monday, June 11 Mazzi’s Restaurant Fundraiser
Tuesday, June 12 Field Day
Thursday, June 14 Last Day of School-Early release 1:05

SHARING SUGGESTION: 5/21 A fruit or vegetable, 5/28 A photo or picture

SCHOOL VISITS: Last Thursday I had the opportunity to visit two Montessori Public Charter Schools in the Portland area: Ivy School and Community Roots Montessori Charter School. It’s empowering to realize we are all part of this effort to offer a high-quality Montessori educational opportunity to children. Currently there are more than 500 Montessori Public schools across America!

GARDENING: We have a tentative date for our harvest salad: May 30! Gardener, Kate Walser, will join us and help the children harvest, clean and serve the greens in our garden beds. If you would like to send in some veggies to complement your student’s salad, tuck them into their lunch container.

DANCE-A-THON!!: What fun everyone had Friday night at the Dance-a-thon! Everywhere I looked I saw Ridgeline’s active, happy children and their families having a marvelous time being together. I saw some pretty cool dance moves as wellJ

NATURE ART AND DRAWINGS: Thanks to art teacher, Helen Liu, this week the
students created wonderful ‘Ephemeral Art’ using items from nature.
Some recorded their designs by drawing them on paper. As Azusa says,
“They just can’t do enough art!”

SCIENCE STUDIES: After an amazing two weeks, our butterflies have emerged and been released. Watching the tiny caterpillars grow, become a pupa (cocoon) then morph into Painted Lady butterflies was amazing. We also studied the life cycles of other arthropods.

Thank you for sharing your creative children!

Cheri & Azusa *For more information about Ridgeline’s calendar of events, visit website: www.ridgeline.org



 

 

 

 

 

Cheri's Weekly Update 4-5-18

posted Apr 5, 2018, 2:55 PM by Cynthia Friedman

Upcoming Events:
April 9 Track Town Pizza Fundraiser
April 18 All school photo
April 22 Earth Day
April 24 Project Fair (3:05-4:05 or 6:00-7:00)
May 4 No school for students. Professional Development for teachers.

SHARING SUGGESTION: 4/2 An item made with wood, 4/9 A joke or comic

PROJECT FAIR: Every year Ridgeline holds a school-wide Project Fair. Students research a topic of their choice then create a visual display to share the information with others. Here are some examples of projects completed by students from previous years: a model of a car engine built with Legos, pictures of pets and how to care for them, pictures and facts about the life of Houdini, a mobile of the solar system, a volcano model, pictures and facts showing the life cycle of a frog, a plant experiment, rules and playing instructions for soccer, 3 generations of a “family tree.” Most projects are completed at home with family supporting students as needed. Poster boards for Project Fair ($3.00) are available for sale in the office.

This year’s Project Fair happens Tuesday, April 24. On that day family and friends can tour the classrooms and enjoy the displayed projects after school at 3:05-4:05 or in the evening from 6:00-7:00. Even if your student doesn’t have a project this year, please come and support the efforts of others. Let me know if you would like more information, project ideas or a cardboard display.

ASTRONOMY/GEOGRAPHY: Our study of our Solar System concludes with the last of our planet research presentations this week. We now journey inside the Earth and explore the inner layers. When we reach the outermost layer, the crust, we turn our attention to the wide variety of land and water formations covering Earth’s surface. If you have books or materials that support our studies please consider sharing.

ZOOLOGY: Vertebrate studies started with fish then amphibians, reptiles, and birds. Now we’ll concentrate on the last group of vertebrates-mammals. Ask your student if they remember the three categories of mammals. (*hint-how/where are young formed?)

BOTANY: A study of roots come next in our Botany curriculum. If you enjoy gardening with your child take some time to look closely at the roots of plants. Talk about the different types and purpose of roots.

Thank you for sharing your bright and enthusiastic children!

Cheri & Azusa *For more information about Ridgeline’s calendar of events, visit website: www.ridgeline.org

Cheri's Weekly Update 3-14-18

posted Mar 14, 2018, 3:32 PM by Cynthia Friedman

Upcoming Events:
February 23-March 23 Direct Donation Drive
March 26-April 2: Spring Break. No School.

SHARING THEME SUGGESTION: 3/12 An instrument or collection, 3/19 A favorite book

PROJECT FAIR: Every year Ridgeline holds a school-wide Project Fair. Students research a topic of their choice then create a visual display to share the information with others. Here are some examples of projects completed by students from previous years: a model of a car engine built with Legos, pictures of pets and how to care for them, pictures and facts about the life of Houdini, a mobile of the solar system, a volcano model, pictures and facts showing the life cycle of a frog, a plant experiment, rules and playing instructions for soccer, 3 generations of a “family tree.” Most projects are completed at home with family supporting students as needed. Poster boards for Project Fair ($3.00) are available for sale in the office. This year’s Project Fair is Tuesday, April 24. On that day family and friends can tour the classrooms and enjoy the displayed projects after school at 3:05-4:05 or in the evening from 6:00-7:00. Let me know if you would like more information, project ideas or a cardboard display.

OUR FIELD TRIP TO HULT CENTER & EUGENE LIBRARY: Tuesday’s field trip was amazing in so many ways. The concert at the Hult Center was fantastic! Noam’s mother, Idit Shner, lead a Jazz group on stage alongside the Eugene Symphony Orchestra. We learned all about the type of jazz music called swing and about syncopated rhythm as in Ragtime. We enjoyed listening to music by Scott Joplin, Leonard Bernstein and George Gershwin. The audience all danced to the George Gershwin song, I Got Music. Such fun! After the concert we walked to the Eugene Library and enjoyed a tour of the book sorting room and a story. When finished we walked over to the LTD downtown station to board our bus back to school and watched as the bus left without us!! The LTD director rescued us by sending for an off-duty bus and taking all of us back to school on our own special bus. We were a bit late for dismissal but parents were relieved to see us when we finally returned. Thanks for your patience.

Cheri & Azusa

Cheri's Weekly Update 3-8-18

posted Mar 8, 2018, 12:11 PM by Cynthia Friedman

Upcoming Events:
Sunday, March 11: Daylight Savings time-move clocks forward one hour
Tuesday, March 13: Hult Center Youth Concert and library visit field trip
Tuesday, March 13: State Testing presentation for Families (6:30-7:30pm)

SHARING THEME SUGGESTION:
3/5 A poem or joke, 3/12 An instrument or collection

Montessori Parent Education Night:
Supporting the Montessori Program, Supporting Your Child
Thursday, March 8th
6-7:30 pm

Montessori teacher and consultant Annabeth Jensen will be joining us for a rich night of Montessori parent education. The evening's presentation will focus on supporting the Second Plane Child, our 6-12 year old students in lower and upper elementary. This is also an excellent opportunity for kinder parents to learn more about what changes to expect in the Montessori classroom as their kiddos progress through the program. Learning more about the scientific, child-centered approach of Montessori is a powerful way to support the school, the classroom, and your child.

Annabeth is a Montessori teacher, consultant, mentor, and instructional coach. She has lectured at Montessori teacher training programs and conventions nationwide, has served as the president of the Oregon Montessori Association board of directors, and has been working as an AMI Elementary Consultant for the past eight years. Her dedication to inclusive practices in Montessori classrooms has guided her work with public Montessori schools in Oregon.

Childcare provided.
RSVP to 541-681-9662 to reserve a spot

MARCH 13 FIELD TRIP TO HULT CENTER & EUGENE LIBRARY: The class will attend an elementary youth concert at the Hult Center, Tuesday, March 13. The Orchestra Swings concert is sponsored by the Eugene Symphony Orchestra. The class leaves Ridgeline at 11:10 on LTD bus. We’ll walk from the downtown bus station to the Hult Center. After the concert, the class will walk to the Eugene Library and enjoy a tour of the sorting room and a story. Please complete the attached permission form along with a payment of $6.00 per student. Scholarships are available for this performance. If you would like scholarship information, please email: cheri.spies@ridgeline.org

ASTRONOMY:
Your children already know so much about the Solar System! Ask for some facts and they’ll share their knowledge with you. Soon we’ll explore Inner Earth!

RESEARCH: A popular aspect of the Montessori elementary curriculum is the opportunity children have to complete independent research. As we progress through studies in science and social science topics, a student may develop a special interest in a particular animal, country, invention, civilization, etc. Teachers welcome this interest and encourage the student (or students) to gather and organize information into a research project. When complete, students generally present the project to their classmates.

Speaking of research, the Ridgeline Project Fair is scheduled for Tuesday, April 24. Our upcoming Spring Break would be a great time to spend time working on a project! Wondering what the Project Fair is??...

PROJECT FAIR: Every year Ridgeline holds a school-wide Project Fair. Students research a topic of their choice then create a visual display to share information with others. Here are some examples of projects completed by students from previous years: a model of a car engine built with Legos, pictures of pets and how to care for them, pictures and facts about the life of Houdini, a mobile of the solar system, a volcano model, pictures and facts showing the life cycle of a frog, a plant experiment, rules and playing instructions for soccer, 3 generations of a “family tree.” Most projects are completed at home with family supporting students as needed. Poster boards for Project Fair ($3.00) are available for sale in the office. This year’s Project Fair is Tuesday, April 24. On that day families and friends can tour the classrooms and enjoy the displayed projects after school at 3:05-4:05 or in the evening from 6:00-7:00. Let me know if you would like more information, project ideas or a cardboard display.

Cheri & Azusa *For more information about Ridgeline’s calendar of events, visit website: www.ridgeline.org

“The Orchestra Swings” Permission Form

On Tuesday, March 13, our class will attend the Elementary youth concert, The Orchestra Swings, sponsored by the Eugene Symphony Orchestra. After the 12:30 performance at the Eugene Hult Center we’ll walk to the Eugene public library where we’ll enjoy a story and a tour of the sorting room. An LTD bus will transport us to and from school. The class will leave school at 11:10 and return by 2:45. The cost for the concert, tour and transportation is $6.00 per person. Please complete and return the attached permission form and payment (check to Ridgeline Montessori Charter School or cash) and return as soon as possible. Scholarships are available for this performance. If you would like scholarship information please email: cheri.spies@ridgeline.org

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

My child, _________________, has permission to attend the Orchestra Swings concert followed by a tour of the Eugene Public Library onTuesday, March 13. Students will be transported by LTD bus.

_________________ ______
parent signature date

____ I have enclosed $6.00 for performance ticket and transportation.

Cheri's Class Weekly Update 2-23-18

posted Feb 23, 2018, 12:22 PM by Cynthia Friedman

Upcoming Events:
Friday, Feb. 23: Pasta Dinner 5:00-7:00pm
Sunday, March 11: Daylight Savings time-move clocks forward one hour
Tuesday, March 13: Hult Center Youth Concert and library visit field trip

SHARING SUGGESTION: 2/26 An item from another country, 3/5 A poem or a joke

PASTA DINNER: February 23, 5-7pm! – Mark your calendar and spread the word! Please join us for delicious food with friends and families, all supporting Ridgeline Montessori and kicking off the DDD! The platters for the silent auction are amazing and we’ve received more than 30 donations for the raffle and auction.

ASIAN CELEBRATION 2018: A wonderful time was had by all! Check out photos/videos on our class Facebook page. Our heartfelt thanks goes out to SatPavan for taking the time to teach our students and for providing the opportunity for them to perform ♥️

ASTRONOMY: Your children already know so much about the Solar System! Ask for some facts and they’ll share their knowledge with you. Soon we’ll explore Inner Earth!

HISTORY:
Time is a fascinating topic. The students have been learning to tell time using digital as well as analog clocks. Please be sure you have one of each displayed in your home to help your child practice. Older kids have been practicing converting hours to minutes and vise-versa as well as calculating elapsed time. If you can find a way to fit these concepts into your daily lives the learning will become more real and useful. Elapsed time is the amount of time between two activities. For example: check the time before you go shopping and again when you’re finished. Figure out how long it took. You can even think like a scientist and make some predictions beforehand…have fun!

Cheri & Azusa *For more information about Ridgeline’s calendar of events, visit website: www.ridgeline.org

Cheri's Weekly Update 2-14-18

posted Feb 14, 2018, 11:53 AM by Cynthia Friedman

Upcoming Events:
Sunday, Feb.18: Cheri’s Class Bhangra Dance Performance Sunday at 4:15
Monday, Feb. 19: President’s Day, No School
Friday, Feb. 23: Pasta Dinner 5:00-7:00pm
Sunday, March 11: Daylight Savings time-move clocks forward one hour
Tuesday, March 13: Hult Center Youth Concert and library visit field trip

SHARING: 2/12 An item from another country, 2/19 A recipe, song or poem

A new Sharing List is attached!

VALENTINE’S DAY: Valentine’s Day was so much fun! Thanks so much for your support!

ASIAN CELEBRATION 2018:
Students from our class are invited to participate in the Bhangra dance performances during the 2018 Asian Celebration. The event is held at the Lane Events Center on Saturday and Sunday, February 18 and 19. Admission is free for kids and $6.00 a day for adults but families of children that participate will receive one free adult admission for both days of the festival! Please let me know if your student will participate and I’ll be sure your name is on the free admission list. The dance they have been practicing is wonderfully energetic. Our kids are scheduled to dance on Sunday at 4:30. Please arrive by 4:00 and check in with Azusa or me behind the main stage. Bhangra dance instructor, SatPavan encourages girls to wear a colorful outfit-skirt or pants. Boys are asked to wear jeans and a plain, light colored shirt. We’ll have a colorful sash and headband for them to wear. Hope you and your student can attend! Visit this website for more information: http://asiancelebration.org

ASTRONOMY: Our very own sun, a medium-sized star, is the center of our solar system. We will spend the next few weeks learning about the planets, dwarf planets, moons, and asteroids. If you have items or books that will enhance this study please consider sharing.

HISTORY: Time is a fascinating topic. Not only are students honing their time telling skills, they are also exploring the plants and animals that lived during the Earth’s geologic history. If you have items or books that will enhance this study please consider sharing.

Cheri & Azusa *For more information about Ridgeline’s calendar of events, visit website: www.ridgeline.org



 

Cheri's Weekly Update 1-30-18

posted Jan 31, 2018, 12:22 PM by Cynthia Friedman

Upcoming Events:

Friday, Feb. 9: Re-enrollment deadline

Feb. 14: Valentine’s Day

Sat/Sun, Feb. 17-18: Asian Celebration

Sunday, Feb.18: Cheri’s Class Bhangra Dance Performance Sunday at 4:15

 

SHARING: 1/29 An item made with wool, 2/5 A measuring tool

 

RE-ENROLLMENT FORM

Dear Ridgeline Families, 

The electronic re-enrollment form is now available! Let us know your student’s enrollment plan for next year before February 9th.

The re-enrollment form is used for: 

o   securing your current student’s spot for the 2018-19 school year.

o   signing up for sibling preference. 

·      If you have a sibling of a currently enrolled student, who you wish to enroll for the 2018-19 school year, this is how you sign up for sibling preference. 

·      releasing your student’s spot for the 2018-19 school year.

·       If you do not plan to attend Ridgeline next year, let us know on the form. 

It only takes a few minutes to complete. URLhttps://goo.gl/P6X5u4

 

**Families that do not have access to the internet please check with the office.

 

FIELD TRIP TO HOUSE OF CHEN – Our trip to House of Chen was wonderful. When we arrived at the restaurant a group of parents awaited us! I especially appreciate the parents that accompanied us on the buses. They helped keep our students safe and on schedule. Thanks for all your support.

 

VALENTINE’S DAY: Valentine’s Day is February 14. The students are weaving special, heart-shaped envelopes to hold their cards. If your child would like to bring cards for their classmates, please be sure there is one for everyone. I will attach a class list.

 

ASIAN CELEBRATION 2018: Students from our class are invited to participate in the Bhangra dance performances during the 2018 Asian Celebration. The event is held at the Lane Events Center on Saturday and Sunday, February 17 and 18. Admission is free for kids and $6.00 a day for adults but families of children that participate will receive one free adult admission for both days of the festival! Please let me know if your student will participate and I’ll be sure your name is on the free admission list. The dance they have been practicing is wonderfully energetic. Our kids are scheduled to dance on Sunday at 4:30. Please arrive by 4:00 and check in with Azusa or me behind the main stage. Bhangra dance instructor, SatPavan encourages girls to wear a colorful outfit-skirt or pants. Boys are asked to wear jeans and a plain, light colored shirt. We’ll have a colorful sash and headband for them to wear. Hope you and your student can attend! Visit this website for more information:http://asiancelebration.org

 

ASTRONOMYNow that everyone has created a galaxy (some even named theirs!), we move on to the life cycle of stars. All stars are formed within a cloud of gas (hydrogen) and dust called a nebula. The final stage of a star’s life depends on its mass. Medium-sized stars end up as a brown dwarf star. Very large stars become a black hole!

 

ZOOLOGYThe next group of vertebrate animals is birds. Birds are warm-blooded and covered with feathers.  They are the first animal to stay and care for their young. If you have books or other materials that support our studies please consider sharing.

 

SILVERWARE: We still need spoons & forks! We usually have extra spoons and forks that the students can use for their lunches but we are gradually losing them. Please consider including silverware in your student’s lunch. And if you have some extra (smallish) spoons and/or forks that you would like to donate please send them in. Thanks!

 

Cheri & Azusa *For more information about Ridgeline’s calendar of events, visit website: www.ridgeline.org

Cheri's Weekly Update 1-11-18

posted Jan 11, 2018, 12:44 PM by Cynthia Friedman

Upcoming Events:
Wed/Thu, Jan. 10-11: Dickie Jo’s Fundraiser
Friday, Jan. 12: Talent Show & Grandparents Day
Monday, Jan. 15: Martin Luther King Day, NO SCHOOL
Friday, Jan. 26: Re-enrollment forms sent home
Monday, Jan. 29: Grading Day, NO SCHOOL
Friday, Feb. 9: Re-enrollment Forms due
Sat/Sun, Feb. 17-18: Asian Celebration
Sunday, Feb.18: Cheri’s Class Bhangra Dance Performance Sunday at 4:15

SHARING: 1/8/18 An Item made with wool, 1/15/18 A photo or greeting card

I AM JAZZ by Jessica Herthel & Jazz Jennings. This book tells the story, in very simple terms, of a child who is transgender. “Jazz is a child that was born with a girl’s brain in a boy’s body. This confuses her family until they go to see a doctor who told them that Jazz was transgender and that she had been born that way.”

I would like to read this book to the class. I wanted to let you know since your child may have questions or want to discuss it with you. If you have concerns or would like to peruse the book beforehand, just let me know. I have a copy of the book and there’s also one in our parent library. Feel free to email cheri.spies@ridgeline.org, send a note or call the office and leave a message for me: 541-681-9662.

CELEBRATIONS: January is the month we learn about/celebrate African American History and Dr. Martin Luther King. February’s celebrations include Chinese New Year, President’s Day, Valentines Day and Eugene Asian Celebration- during which our students will perform Bhangra dance!

BIRTHDAYS: Speaking of celebrations, if you would like to celebrate your student’s birthday Montessori style-with a poster and a walk-around-the-sun, let me know in advance and we’ll schedule a time that’s convenient for you to come into the classroom and share your child’s story. This special event usually takes about 30 minutes. Birthday celebrations can happen anytime during the birthday month. Of course we are always happy to sing Happy Birthday on a student’s real birthday! Questions? Send an email or a note.

ASTRONOMY & GEOLOGY: During January and February we’ll focus on galaxies, stars and our own solar system. We’ll also study about volcanoes, types of rocks, fossils and landforms. If you have books or items that support this learning please consider sharing.

BOTANY & ZOOLOGY: During January and February we’ll focus on the last two groups of vertebrates: birds and mammals. We will also study about bulbs and complete scientific observations. If you have books or items that support this learning please consider sharing.

Cheri & Azusa *For more information about Ridgeline’s calendar of events, visit website: www.ridgeline.org

Cheri's Weekly Update 12-6-17

posted Dec 7, 2017, 12:16 PM by Cynthia Friedman

Upcoming Events:
December 9: LuLaRoe Fundraiser
December 14: Mod Pizza Fundraiser
December 15: Grandparents Day
December 18 thru January 2: Winter Break
Wednesday, January 3: First day back to school
Friday, January 12: Grandparents Day & Talent Show
Monday, January 15: Martin Luther King Day, NO SCHOOL

SHARING: 12/4 –A sign of Winter or Holiday Tradition, 12/11 –Symbol of a Holiday Tradition

HOLIDAY TRADITIONS:
We would love to hear about a special holiday tradition your family enjoys. If you are able to come in and share the story of a tradition, please let me know and we will schedule a time. Otherwise, your student can tell the class. A holiday item such as a menorah, an ornament, a card or a book can also be shared. Questions? Send a note, call the office (541.681.9662) or send me an emailcheri.spies@ridgeline.org

STUDENT MARKETPLACE:
Last Saturday our students sold their fabulous creative items and donated a portion of their profits to Ridgeline! Thank you!

LuLaRoe: On Saturday, December 9, 11:00am-1:00pm, local LuLaRoe consultants will bring their inventories to the Ridgeline gym for a fundraising event to benefit Ridgeline Montessori. There will be over 4,000 pieces of inventory available to shop from, so proceeds to Ridgeline could be substantial. Get those holiday shopping gift lists, and head on down to the gym on the Dec. 9th. You don't want to miss this!

JOY OF SHARING BASKETS:
Our annual food drive, Joy of Sharing, is scheduled for the week of December 11-15. Students are encouraged to bring non-perishable donations to school. In addition to food, other items such as toilet paper and personal hygiene items are welcome. With the donated items, we will create and distribute food baskets to Ridgeline families in need, to help them over winter break.

STUDENT TALENT SHOW:
The students heard all about this upcoming event today from classroom parent, Kate Downing (Eden’s mom), and they were very excited about the possibilities! If you have questions or would like to volunteer for the Talent Show please contact Kate:wobblykate@hotmail.com

ASTRONOMY & GEOLOGY:
During December, January and February we’ll focus on galaxies, stars and our own solar system. We’ll also study about volcanoes, types of rocks, fossils, and landforms. If you have books or items that support this learning please consider sharing.

Attendance: Thank you for letting us know when your student is ill or will be out for an appointment. You can email cheri.spies@ridgeline.org andattendance@ridgeline.org or call the office 541.681.9662









Cheri & Azusa

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