Ridley High School News

Ridley High School News

Local journalist visits The Green Raider

By Green Raider Staff Local entertainment journalist Brian Bingaman visited the Green Raider staff in November. Mr. Bingaman  covers entertainment news for The Reporter of Bucks County and The Delco News Network. He has been a journalist for seventeen years. He has written about TV, local music, and local and ...

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School + Citizenship = Grade

By: Abigail Karkowski ’22 A fresh new wave of possibilities has hit Ridley High School for the 2018-2019 school year. One of those many changes is the Citizenship grading criteria. The way this new grading works is students are either given and satisfactory (S) or an unsatisfactory (U) based on their behavior ...

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Jack Frost Bites Early

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Jack Frost seems to have struck early this year with snow fall in November  

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Making a difference, Ridley’s first student run Dance-A-Thon

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By Nina Arcilla’22   Ridley High School is hosting its first ever dance-a-thon and it’s all for a good cause,  pediatric cancer awareness; so get ready to dance!   This year Ridley is hosting a “mini-THON”.  Ridley currently has a partnership agreement with Four Diamonds, a research foundation for pediatric ...

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Breakfast, the most important meal of the day

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By:      Abby Forbes, a ninth grader at Ridley High School, walks out of the house yet again without eating “the most important meal of the day,” just like many other teenagers. Little does she know that not starting the day off with a healthy breakfast can set oneself ...

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Meet the new Dean, Mr. McQuaid

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By Kayla Oberg ’18 Some of you may know Mr. McQuaid as a special education teacher, but for a couple of months this year he is subbing in as Dean for Mr. Young while he is recovering from hip surgery. “What surprised me most was how much I am liking ...

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A look at discipline: a day in the life of a Dean

By Alexis Burns ‘19 Students sit impatiently in the waiting room, one might be out of dress code, another just wanting to talk. They nervously wait until their name is called to go into the office. The students may think that everyone is out to get them, but all the ...

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A familiar face: Mr Nelms

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By Kayla Oberg ’18 There are many new teachers here at Ridley this year, but one of them may look familiar, Mr Nelms, he is one of the teachers who is returning to the high school. “I’m happy to be back in the Ninth Grade Academy teaching Coreplus 1 again.” ...

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Dress code not uniform for all students

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Special Education spotlight

By Eve Eckler ’20 An intellectual disability is defined as “Below average intelligence and set of life skills present before age 18″. This does not mean every kid with an intellectual disability cannot read, write , or walk; it means certain people may struggle with particular parts of their everyday ...

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