Arrival and Dismissal Schedule and Procedures
Doors Open: 8:15 a.m.
Tardy: Late-arriving students must check-in in front of the office after 8:30 a.m.
Instruction Begins: 8:30
Dismissal (Monday-Thursday): 3:05 p.m.
Dismissal (Friday – EARLY RELEASE): 1:05 p.m.
No early pick-ups between 2:24-3:05 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 12:45-1:05 p.m. on Friday
Arrival and Dismissal:
2022-2023 Back to School Packet and Other Forms
Please read before the first day of school:
Please Complete and Submit the following forms:
Please remember to pay the 2022-23 Annual Supply Fee for your student(s).
Annual Permission Form- This form is classroom and child-specific. Please complete and submit a separate form for each of your students in the applicable classroom(s).
Ridgeline Computer Internet User Agreement-This form is classroom and child-specific. Please complete and submit a separate form for each of your students in the applicable classroom(s).
Rm 5 - Emmanuel Computer Internet User Agreement For 2022-2023
Rm 8 - Adrienne Computer Internet User Agreement For 2022-2023
Rm 9 - Meridy Computer Internet User Agreement For 2022-2023
Family Income Survey (Complete one form per family)
Financial Assistance Form (Complete if you need assistance with the school supply fee)
Families that would like to participate in the meal program at Ridgeline should complete the meal form for each of their students:
Families that would like to participate in Weekly or Rapid Testing:
Instructions for signing up for COVID-19 Testing (Updated)
Middle Schools Students who wish to be able to take their assigned Ridgeline Chromebook between home and school will need to have the following form completed:
Middle School Technology Checkout Agreement
Authorization to Use and/or Disclose Educational and Protected Health Information
Planned Absence Request Form (Must be completed at least two days prior to absence)
State Testing Opt-Out Forms:
Wearing a Face Covering at School
Ridgeline Meal Program
Ridgeline is committed to ensuring all of our students have access to meals and will provide free lunch for our students that qualify for free and reduced meals for 22/23 school year. Students who do not qualify may purchase meals. The cost of lunch for those that do not qualify for free or reduced meals will be $4.75 per meal.
If you would like to receive on-site meals, please complete the form below.
If you would like to know if your family qualifies for free or reduced meals, please be sure to also complete the Family Income Survey.
Once you have completed the meal form you can set up your mymealtime account. Ridgeline Montessori Public Charter School has partnered with My MealTime, a fast, secure online service for making credit or debit card deposits and monitoring your student’s lunch account.
Go to: www.mymealtime.com
Download the mobile app
Use your device’s web browser and go to mymealtime.com. If you’re on a mobile device, from the My MealTime sign-in screen, choose the appropriate button to download the My MealTime app.
Easy steps to use My MealTime
Step 1: Register. Click or tap the Register button and follow the onscreen prompts to create your My MealTime account.
Step 2: Link Your Student. Click or tap the ‘Add Student’ button, then find your student’s school. Link them to your profile by using their student ID number. Contact the front office or email firstname.lastname@example.org to get your student's ID number.
Step 3: Make a Deposit.** You may choose to store your credit/debit card for quick and easy repeat use.
My MealTime keeps you current
Stay informed. Monitor your student’s lunch account activity.
Be notified. Email reminders tell you when your student’s account is low. In manage cafeteria account, select the edit button and enter the balance that you would like to be notified of when your student reaches it.
Schedule deposits. Weekly, monthly or in any frequency you choose.
Make secure payments. Using your credit or debit card.**
** A transaction fee of 4.9% will be assessed.
If you do not wish to use the app to make payments to your student's meal account, you may also write a check and give it to the front office.
To see the planned menu, please visit this website, choose Eugene School District, and filter for Spencer Butte Middle School.
Student and Family Handbook
The full 2021-22 handbook will be added soon.
Ridgeline Abridged Handbook 2021-2022
School Policy: Personal Electronic Devices and Social Media- Students
School Policy: Personal Electronic Devices and Social Media - Staff
Family Education and Training Videos
“I Can. I Will. I Am!” How to Raise a Courageous, Compassionate, and Creative Problem-Solver- Created for Ridgeline by Jonathan Wolff
Sexual Misconduct Training Parents, Volunteers, and Contractors
Go to the training site.
Fill in your name, then your appropriate code, and then finally your district.
Start the training at your convenience.
Receive your certificate of completion.
Healthy and Safety Guidance and Reports
Air Quality Guidance 2022-2023
Asbestos 3-Year Re-Inspection Report for Ridgeline Montessori Public Charter School
Integrated Pest Management Plan
Lead Testing Results Communication
Lead Testing Results-Building Schematic
Low Impact Pesticide List 2016
Ridgeline Radon Test Results 2020-21
Ridgeline Healthy and Safe Schools 2022 Plan
Ridgeline Immunization Rates March 2023
Ridgeline Immunization Rates Sept 2022
Ridgeline Immunization Rates 2020-21
Ridgeline Immunization Rates 2019-20
Ridgeline Immunization Rates 2018-19
Lane County Immunization Rates Sept 2022
Communicable Disease and Management Plans
Pandemic Resources For Families
To learn about getting help from agencies, call 2-1-1.
Mental Health Resources
· The Crisis Text Line: text TALK to 741741
· National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK
· Helping Out Teens in Schools (HOOTS)
At YouthLine, we believe no problem is too big or too small. Whether this feels really big or really small, you deserve support.
Text ‘teen2teen’ to 839863
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK
Helping Out Teens in Schools (HOOTS)
Resources for Discussing Grief, Tragedy, or Current Events
Resources to Process the Violence & Mass Shootings:
Empowering Young People in the Aftermath of Hate - What educators and family members can do by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) in English and en español
How to talk to kids about school shootings by Books for Littles
How to talk to kids about shootings by Common Sense Media
9 tips for talking to kids about trauma by Greater Good Magazine
Talking to kids about violence: Tips for parents and teachers by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)
How to talk to children about war
Resilience in a time of war: Tips for parents and teachers of elementary school children
Parent guidelines for helping children impacted by wildfires