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Cheri's Update 6-1-1-2020

posted Jun 1, 2020, 4:11 PM by Cynthia Friedman


Welcome to Week Ten of home learning June 1-5

This is our last full week of home learning. This week families of students moving up a level should check their email on Wednesday, June 3, to learn the classroom to which students have been assigned. During our zoom meeting on Thursday, June 4, teachers will announce all moving up student placements. At the end of our meeting, Upper Elementary teachers will join us to introduce themselves and to answer questions.

Last day of school for students this year is Wednesday, June 10. Moving up students will attend a special zoom meeting with their new teachers on Monday, June 7. If you have questions, feel free to email me cheri.spies@ridgeline.org

Next week, Amelia will teach calligraphy at 9:45 Tuesday and Thursday. If your student would like to join the fun, enter our regular meeting early. Be sure to have lined paper and a pencil.

STUDENT SHARING:
Monday-Gr. 3, Tuesday-Gr. 2, Wednesday -Gr.1

Thursday is head covering day! This includes hats, scarfs, helmets, caps, etc. Students are welcome to come wearing a head covering on Thursday!

Remember:

We strongly suggest students take a break for physical activity after 20 min of focused, quiet work.

Outdoor activities done with family are the best! We encourage parents and students to use their imaginations & creativity to integrate Language Arts, Math and Cultural (science/social science/arts) learning while enjoying time together.

We miss you all and can’t wait to be together again, as a classroom and as a school community.

Take care and stay safe❣️

Cheri and Azusa

Cheri's Update 5-18-2020

posted May 18, 2020, 1:17 PM by Cynthia Friedman

Welcome to Week Eight of home learning. May 18-25 (Remember- No Zoom Meeting on Friday)

STUDENT SHARING: This is an opportunity for students to share items or information their classmates during our Zoom meetings. Sharing gives students an opportunity to teach others while practicing oral presentation skills. Your child should be able to tell three facts+ answer questions about their ‘sharing’.

Monday-Gr. 3, Tuesday-Gr. 2, Wednesday-Gr. 1

Thursday is head covering day! This includes hats, scarfs, helmets, caps, etc. Students are welcome to come to our meeting wearing a head covering on Thursdays!

Remember: 🏃🏻‍♂️🚵🏻 🤺🏇🏽 🏃🏻‍♂️⛹🏼🚵🏻 🤺🏇🏽 🏃🏻‍♂️🏇🏽🚵🏾 🚣🏽 🤺🏇🏽 🏃🏻‍♂️🏇🏽🚵🏾 🚣🏽 🏃‍♀️ 🏃‍♀️🤸🏼‍🚣🏽 ⛹🏼 🤸🏼

🏃🏻‍♂️🏇🏽 We strongly suggest students take a break for physical activity after 20 min of focused, quiet work. ⛹🏼 🤸🏼 🏃‍♀️🤸🏼‍🤸🏼‍🚣🏽 🏃🏻‍♂️🚵🏻 🤺🏇🏽 🏃🏻‍♂️⛹🏼🚵🏻 🤺🏇🏽 🏃🏻‍♂️🏇🏽🚵🏾 🚣🏽 🏃‍♀️ 🏃‍♀️🤸🏼‍🚣🏽 ⛹🏼🚵🏻 🤺🏇🏽 🏃🏻‍♂️🏇🏽🚵🏾 🚣🏽 🏃‍♀️

Outdoor activities done with family are the best! We encourage parents/students to use their imaginations & creativity to integrate Language Arts, Math and Cultural (science/social science/arts) learning while enjoying time together.

We miss you all and can’t wait to be together again, as a classroom and as a school community. 🤸🏼‍♀️

Cheri's Update 5-11-2020

posted May 11, 2020, 11:02 AM by Cynthia Friedman

Welcome to Week Seven of home learning. May 11-15 (Remember- No Zoom Meeting on Fridays)

Azusa and I want to say a big THANK-YOU for all your wonderful Teacher Appreciation messages (photos,
videos and cards of love and support. Seeing and hearing your sweet messages made our hearts smile❣️❣️

STUDENT SHARING: This is an opportunity for students to share items or information their classmates during our Zoom meetings. Sharing gives students an opportunity to teach others while practicing oral presentation skills. Your child should be able to tell three facts+ answer questions about their ‘sharing’. Monday-Gr. 3, Tuesday-Gr. 2, Wednesday-Gr. 1

Remember: Thursday is head covering day! This includes hats, scarfs, helmets, caps, etc. Students are welcome to come to our meeting wearing a head covering on Thursdays!

🏃🏻‍♂️🏃‍♀️We strongly suggest students take a break for physical activity after 20 minutes of focused, quiet work. 🏃‍♀️🏃🏻‍♂️

Outdoor activities done with family are the best! We encourage parents/students to use their imagination/creativity to integrate Language Arts, Math and Cultural (science/social science /arts) learning while enjoying time together.

We miss you and can hardly wait until we can all be together again, as a classroom and as a school community.

Take care and stay safe❣️

Cheri's Update 5-4-2020

posted May 4, 2020, 12:55 PM by Cynthia Friedman

Welcome to Week Six of home learning. May 4- 8. (Remember-No Zoom Meeting on Fridays)

Thank you for supporting your children’s home learning. This week we would like to encourage completion of Seesaw Activities. One math and one Language Arts work each day would be great.

New this week is an opportunity for students to share items or information with their classmates during our Zoom meetings. Sharing gives the students an opportunity to teach others while practicing oral presentation skills. Your child should be able to tell three facts+ answer questions about their ‘sharing’. Monday-Gr. 3, Tuesday-Gr. 2, Wednesday-Gr. 1, Thursday-If you forgot

🏃🏻‍♂️🏃‍♀️We strongly suggest students take a break for physical activity after 20 minutes of focused, quiet work. 🏃‍♀️🏃🏻‍♂️

Outdoor activities done with family are the best! We encourage parents/students to use their imagination/creativity to integrate Language Arts, Math and Cultural (science/social science /arts) learning while enjoying time together.

**Please share feedback about how home-learning is working for your family? Email: cheri.spies@ridgeline.org

· Tell us about activities that worked well and those that didn’t…
· Give us suggestions for alternate activities.
· Let us know how we can better support you and your students.
· Ask us about expectations/standards for student work

We miss you and can hardly wait until we can all be together again, as a classroom and as a school community.
Take care and stay safe❣️

Cheri and Azusa

Cheri's Update 4-27-2020

posted Apr 27, 2020, 12:43 PM by Cynthia Friedman

Welcome to Week Five of home learning. April 27-May 1 (No Zoom Meetings on Fridays)

Greetings! To begin with we’d like to pass along information shared at our staff meeting last Friday. Some students and families have expressed concern that they may be ‘held back’ and not allowed to progress to the next grade. Ridgeline Administration reassured us that students will advance (move-up) to the next grade at the end of this school year. If skills from the current grade level are lacking, that material will be covered by next year’s teacher.

Thank you for all that you’re doing to help your children choose and complete home learning activities. Since ours is a multi-age classroom and students are working at different levels, we’re providing many choices & alternatives to scheduled activities. Encourage your student to choose activities that interest them and can be completed at their level. (Try to complete Seesaw Activities)

This week we’ve sent the Week 5 Learning Schedule along with resources including several choice activities so students can choose work that is of interest and sufficiently challenging. We encourage you to modify the schedule/activities to meet your family’s needs.

New this week is an opportunity for students to share items or information with their classmates during our Zoom meetings. Sharing gives the students an opportunity to teach others while practicing oral presentation skills. Your child should be able to tell three facts and answer questions about their ‘sharing’. Monday-Gr. 3, Tuesday-Gr. 2, Wednesday-Gr. 1, Thursday-If you forgot

🏃🏻‍♂️🏃‍♀️We suggest students take a break for physical activity after 20 minutes of focused, quiet work. 🏃‍♀️🏃🏻‍♂️

Outdoor activities done with family are the best! We encourage parents/students to use their imagination/creativity to integrate Language Arts, Math and Cultural (science/social science /arts) learning while enjoying time together.

**Please share feedback about how home-learning is working for your family? Email: cheri.spies@ridgeline.org

· Tell us about activities that worked well and those that didn’t…

· Give us suggestions for alternate activities.

· Let us know how we can better support you and your students.

· Ask us about expectations/standards for student work

We miss you and can hardly wait until we can all be together again, as a classroom and as a school community.

Take care and stay safe❣️

Cheri's Update 4-20-2020

posted Apr 22, 2020, 9:26 AM by Cynthia Friedman

Dear Families,

Welcome to Week Four of home learning. Thank you for all the work you are doing to help your children choose and complete home learning activities. Since ours is a multi-age classroom and students are functioning at different levels, we’ve provided many choices and alternatives to listed activities. Encourage your student to choose activities that are interesting and can be completed at an appropriate level. Please set up your child’s Seesaw account and help them get started. We’ll demonstrate the use of Seesaw Activities during the 10:15AM zoom meeting. It may be helpful for parents to tune in.

This week I’ve included a Week 4 Learning Schedule document along with resources. I’m also including several choice activities so students can choose work that is of interest and sufficiently challenging. Feel free to help with this if necessary and I encourage you modify the schedule/activities to meet your family’s needs. I suggest students take a break after 20 minutes of independent work.

Outdoor activities done with family are the best! I encourage parents/students to use their imaginations/creativity to integrate Language Arts, Math and Cultural (science/social science /arts) learning while enjoying time together.

Please feel free to ask questions and provide feedback.

· How things are going?

· Activities that work well and those that don’t…

· Ways we can support you and your students

· Any questions you have ????

We miss you and can hardly wait until we can all be together again, as a classroom and as a school community.

Take care and stay safe!

Cheri and Azusa

Cheri's Class Update 3-5-2020

posted Mar 6, 2020, 10:00 AM by Cynthia Friedman   [ updated Mar 12, 2020, 3:37 PM ]

Sunday, March 8: Daylight Savings Time begins. Set clocks ahead one hour.
Wednesday, March 11: LTD Touch Pass Survey Deadline
Friday, March 13: Commit to Return to Ridgeline form available
Saturday, March 14: RCO Book Swap. 10:00AM to 1:00PM. Books and yummy baked goods.
Tuesday, March 17: St. Patrick’s Day
Friday, March 20: All School Sing-along, Commit to return form due
March 22-28: Spring Break
Monday, March 30: Planning Day for teachers. No school for students.
Tuesday, March 31:
First day back to school after Spring Break

SHARING-suggested themes: Week of 3/9- Item from another country, Week of 3/16- Favorite book, Week of 3/30-Item from nature

Homework Envelopes: Please help your student remember to return homework folders by Friday of each week. Thanks.

American Montessori Society Annual Conference: The American Montessori Society (AMS) is the largest Montessori organization in the United States. It accredits Montessori teacher training programs and provides support to schools, staff and families. This year the 2020 Annual Conference is happening in Dallas, Texas and I plan to attend! I look forward to touring a public Montessori school in the area as well as attending workshops, keynote presentations and discussion groups.

I’ll be out of the classroom Wednesday through Friday, March 11-13. I can’t wait to share all that I see and learn! I’m grateful to Ridgeline Montessori Public Charter School for encouraging and funding participation in professional development opportunities. If you are interested in learning more, check out this website: https://conference.amshq.org/

INTENT TO RETURN: Every year we ask our current families what their enrollment plans are for the upcoming school year. This year the intent to return online form will be available starting March 16th. This is how you retain your student’s spot at Ridgeline. Deadline for submission-March 20.

POLAR REGIONS: Our study of Earth’s Polar regions continues as students begin work on a diorama that represents a polar region. Please bring a (smallish) shoe box to school for this project. If you have items/books that support this work please consider sharing.

PROJECT FAIR: Every year Ridgeline holds a school-wide Project Fair. In our classroom, 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 ($5.00) are available for sale in the office. This year’s Project Fair is Wednesday, April 29. 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.

Thank you, Cheri & Azusa

For a full calendar of Ridgeline events visit http://www.ridgeline.org/calendar

Cheri's Update 2-11-2020

posted Feb 11, 2020, 8:41 AM by Cynthia Friedman

Friday, February 14

Valentine’s Day, Stuffies and Pajama Day

Sunday, February 16

Students from Cheri’s Class dance at the Asian Celebration

Monday, February 17

Holiday: Presidents Day. No School

Friday, February 21

Family Game Night and DDD Kick-off

 

SHARING (suggested theme)  Week of 2/17- A poem, a song or a recipe, Week of 2/24- Your choice

 

HOMEWORK ENVELOPES: Please help your student to remember to return their homework folders by Friday

of each week. Thanks.

VALENTINE’S DAY & PAJAMA DAY: Valentine’s Day is Friday, February 14. If your child would like to bring cards for their classmates, please bring them in Friday morning. The children will weave special, heart-shaped paper envelopes to hold their cards. A list of the student names is attached so the kids can label cards. Please remember: distributing cards is optional. However, if your child chooses to bring valentine cards, please be sure there is one for every student.

Students are also invited to wear pajamas, slippers and robes. A lap-sized stuffie can join the fun. Kids will eat popcorn and write about their stuffy. Please be sure PJs are warm and appropriate for school.

Bhangra Dance performance this Sunday. Our class will perform during this year’s Asian Celebration this Sunday, Feb 16, at the Lane Events Center.  Please arrive by 2:45 & check in with Azusa or Cheri behind the main stage. Girls are encouraged to wear colorful clothing. Boys are asked to wear their burgundy Ridgeline T-shirt. They will also wear a colorful sash and headband provided by Ridgeline. Admission for this 2-day event is $6.00 per person (12 and older) however, a list of our students was submitted to the performance registration table and one adult per family will be admitted free. Consider coming early in the day to enjoy the incredible variety of foods, displays & performances! See you Sunday!

RIDGELINE FAMILY GAME NIGHT ON FEBRUARY 21 -  All Ridgeline families are invited to join us for this all-age community event.  There will be all sorts of games to play, and friends with whom to play them!  For those coming straight from work or tired after a long week, there will be food trucks serving food, coffee, and hot chocolate! Our Family Game Night will also serve as the formal kick-off event for our annual month-long Direct Donation Drive (also known as the DDD.  From February 21 - March 20, while we work together towards our DDD fundraising goal, we will celebrate and talk about the many important programs, materials, and spaces that your financial contributions provide here at Ridgeline.  If you haven't already made your annual donation, please consider doing so at Game Night (via cash, check or credit card) and help us get a head start on our DDD goal!  

INTENT TO RETURN IN MARCH: Every year we ask our current families what their enrollment plans are for the upcoming school year. This year the intent to return online form will be available starting March 16th. This is how you retain your student’s spot at Ridgeline. 

POLAR REGIONSThis week we research the animals that live in polar or tundra environments. Ask your student animal they will choose to research. If you have items/books that support these studies please consider sharing. Our culminating project will be a diorama made with a cardboard shoebox. Since storage space in our classroom is limited, be on the lookout for a smallish box. We’ll let you know when to send them.

BIRTHDAYS: We love seeing photos and hearing about each child’s life. If you would like to schedule a school birthday celebration, please contact Cheri in advance. Also, if your student missed their birthday or has a summer birthday please consider a ‘half- or third- or anytime-birthday’ celebration at school. Let me know! Send an email or a note to school.

For a full calendar of Ridgeline events visit  http://www.ridgeline.org/calendar

Thank you,    

Cheri & Azusa 

Cheri's Update 1-28-2020

posted Jan 28, 2020, 9:51 AM by Cynthia Friedman

Friday, January 31 No school. Grading Day
Wednesday, January 29 House of Chen Field Trip 
Friday, February 14 Valentine’s Day and Pajama Day 
Sunday, February 16 Students from Cheri’s Class dance at the Asian Celebration 
Friday, February 21 Family Game Night and DDD Kick-off 

SHARING (suggested theme) Week of 1/27- A Favorite Book, Week of 2/3- A poem, a song or a recipe 

HOUSE OF CHEN FIELD TRIP: In honor of our Chinese New Year studies we’ll enjoy lunch at House of Chen restaurant on Wednesday, January 29. Students will travel with teachers and parent supervisors on LTD bus. Parents that would like to join us at House of Chen for lunch will pay $8.00. Send an email/note if you’d like more information regarding this option. A permission form is attached. 

VALENTINE’S DAY & PAJAMA DAY: Valentine’s Day is Friday, February 14. If your child would like to bring cards for their classmates, please bring them in Friday morning. The children will weave special, heart-shaped paper envelopes to hold their cards. A list of the student names is attached so the kids can label cards. Please remember: distributing cards is optional. However, if your child chooses to bring valentine cards, please be sure there is one for every student. Students are also invited to wear pajamas, slippers and robes. A lap-sized stuffie can join the fun. Kids will eat popcorn and write about their stuffies. Please be sure PJs are warm and appropriate for school. 

ASIAN CELEBRATION 2020! Every Thursday morning our students practice Bhangra dance, an Indian harvest dance, thanks to SatPavan Khalsa, Ridgeline parent & dance instructor. Our class will perform during this year’s Asian Celebration, held at the Lane Events Center. The students’ Bhangra performance is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 16 at 3:10 on the Main Stage! Please arrive by 2:30 & check in with Azusa or Cheri behind the main stage. Girls are encouraged to wear colorful clothing. Boys are asked to wear their burgundy Ridgeline T-shirt Boys will also have a colorful sash and headband. Admission for this 2-day event is $6.00 per person (12+) however, a list of our students was submitted to the performance registration table and one adult per family will be admitted free! Consider coming early in the day and enjoy the incredible variety of foods, displays & performances! Visit website for complete schedule & information https://asiancelebration.org/ 

SIBLING ENROLLMENT 2020-21 SCHOOL YEAR: Siblings of students who are currently enrolled and will remain enrolled in Ridgeline in the coming year receive enrollment priority so long as an application for the sibling is received prior to the application deadline. If space is unavailable, students with sibling-level priority will be the first group selected by an equitable lottery process for placement on the waiting list. In order to qualify for sibling preference, you must complete the online enrollment application for any incoming sibling by January 31. 

RIDGELINE FAMILY GAME NIGHT ON FEBRUARY 21 - All Ridgeline families are invited to join us for this allage community event. There will be all sorts of games to play, and friends with whom to play them! For those coming straight from work or tired after a long week, there will be food trucks serving food, coffee, and hot chocolate! Our Family Game Night will also serve as the formal kick-off event for our annual month-long Direct Donation Drive (also known as the DDD. From February 21 - March 20, while we work together towards our DDD fundraising goal, we will celebrate and talk about the many important programs, materials, and spaces that your financial contributions provide here at Ridgeline. If you haven't already made your annual donation, please consider doing so at Game Night (via cash, check or credit card) and help us get a head start on our DDD goal!

INTENT TO RETURN IN MARCH: Every year we ask our current families what their enrollment plans are for the upcoming school year. This year the intent to return online form will be available starting March 16th. This is how you retain your student’s spot at Ridgeline. TALENT SHOW: The Talent Show was so much fun to watch. Ridgeline students are amazing! 

POLAR REGIONS: So far, we have taken a look at general similarities and differences between the Arctic and Antarctic. One important difference is a geological one: the Arctic is a sea of ice surrounded by water while Antarctica is land surrounded by water. In February we’ll learn about animals of the Polar regions. If you have items/books that support these studies please consider sharing. Our culminating project will be a diorama made with a cardboard shoebox. Since storage space in our classroom is limited, be on the lookout for a smallish box. We’ll ask you send the boxes to school in February. 

BIRTHDAYS: We love seeing photos and hearing about each child’s life. If you would like to schedule a school birthday celebration, please contact Cheri in advance. Also, if your student missed their birthday or has a summer birthday please consider a ‘half- or third- or anytime-birthday’ celebration at school. Let me know! Send an email or a note to school. For a full calendar of Ridgeline events visit http://www.ridgeline.org/calendar Thank you, Cheri & Azusa

Cheri's Update 1-10-2020

posted Jan 13, 2020, 3:39 PM by Cynthia Friedman

Saturday, January 11   10AM

Information Session for new families interested in attending Ridgeline

Monday, Tuesday, Jan. 13-14 

Dickie Jo’s Restaurant Fundraiser

Monday, January 20

No school. Martin Luther King Day

Thursday, January 23 6:30pm

Information Session for new families interested in attending Ridgeline

Friday, January 24

Talent Show 6:00-8:00pm

Friday, January 31

No school. Grading Day


SHARING (suggested theme) Week of 1/14 Kitchen tool, Week of 1/20 Photo or Greeting card

SIBLING ENROLLMENT 2020-21 SCHOOL YEAR:
Siblings of students who are currently enrolled and will remain enrolled in Ridgeline in the coming year receive enrollment priority so long as an application for the sibling is received prior to the application deadline. If space is unavailable, students with sibling-level priority will be the first group selected by an equitable lottery process for placement on the waiting list. In order to qualify for sibling preference, you must complete the online enrollment application for any incoming sibling by January 31

Intent to Return in March: Every year we ask our current families what their enrollment plans are for the upcoming school year. This year the intent to return online form will be available starting March 16th. This is how you retain your student’s spot at Ridgeline.

DICKIE JO’S AND DICKIE YO’S – OUR JANUARY restaurant fundraiser is Dickie Jo's and Dickie Yo's! Come reconnect after winter break with friends and have a burger or some frozen yogurt (vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options too)! Join Ridgeline Montessori at Dickie Jo’s and Dickie Yo’s across from the Valley River Center Mall on Monday, January 13th ALL DAY and Tuesday, January 14th ALL DAY. Bring your coupon and Ridgeline will get 25% of your purchase. Dine in or take out! Get together with your community or take your office to lunch! Coupons will be sent home on Friday.

TALENT SHOW: On January 24, from 6-8 p.m., Ridgeline students will rock your socks off! Last year’s event was a great success—we had musical acts, breakdancing droids, and ventriloquism, just to name a few! A volunteer visited our classrooms to explain talent show guidelines to students. A sign-up sheet is available in the classroom. A volunteer is needed to run lighting.

ARCTIC STUDIES:
We will now turn our attention to the Arctic Biomes and learn about the plants, animals and people that inhabit these harsh environments. If you have items/books that support our studies please consider sharing. Our culminating project will be a diorama made with a cardboard box! Since storage space in our classroom is limited, be on the lookout for a smallish box. We’ll ask you send the boxes to school in February.

BIRTHDAYS
: We love seeing photos and hearing about each child’s life. If you would like to schedule a school birthday celebration, please contact Cheri in advance. Also, if your student missed their birthday or has a summer birthday please consider a ‘half- or third- or quarter-birthday’ celebration at school. Let me know! Send an email or a note to school.

Winter Weather: Snow Day Information

In the case of inclement weather that would make roads, school parking lots, driveways or sidewalks unsafe for travel, Ridgeline Montessori Public Charter School will be closed when the 4J school district is closed. If Ridgeline is scheduled to be in session, and no announcement is made, school is still in schedule as planned.
Ridgeline Montessori will delay opening when 4J schools are scheduled to open on a delayed schedule. Ridgeline Montessori Public Charter School may be in session on a day when 4J happens to be already out of session. In this case, Ridgeline Montessori Public Charter School will make the announcement on our website, http://www.ridgeline.org.

Ridgeline Montessori Public Charter School values safety. Neither 4J nor Ridgeline can make a decision based on conditions near individual families or staff. Families and staff are encouraged to consider road and sidewalk conditions in their areas and make decisions based on safety. Ridgeline Montessori honors parents’ decisions about school attendance in these conditions. Staff members should contact the school and exercise leave options available to them when they believe they are unable to get to work safely.

Snow day notifications: Our school district communicates any decision to change school or bus schedules as quickly as possible in several ways, all well before 6:30 a.m.

Sign up for text-message alerts via Twitter. http://www.4j.lane.edu/weather/#texts

Check the district website homepage: www.4j.lane.edu

Follow district social media channels: Facebook: facebook.com/4Jschools or Twitter: twitter.com/4jschools and twitter.com/4Jweather

Tune in to local news media

No news = No change. If schools and buses are on their regular schedule, there will NOT be an announcement.

School Closure = No school for students. Decision about afternoon/evening activities will be made by noon.

Two-Hour Delay: School starts two hours late and ends at the usual school dismissal time. If a delay occurs on an early release Friday, school will still be dismissed at the early release time.

For more information, please see www.4j.lane.edu/weather.

Thank you,

Cheri & Azusa
For a full calendar of Ridgeline events visit http://www.ridgeline.org/calendar

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