Ridley High School News

Ridley High School News

Cheerleaders visit Florida for competition

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Boys win Central League Championship

Two buses of students wore black to support the team. Kyle Fiorelli photo

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Hockey team visits Canada

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New bowling club has talent to spare!

2014-15 Bowling Club Christmas Party

On the first day of high school, students are told to explore their interests. Because of this exploration, Ridley High School offered a new club this fall. The Ridley High School Bowling Club became official in October of this year. This can be attributed to Mrs. Hill, Devin Davis, Dave ...

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Ridley’s wild boy

By Arden Johnston Running around in the garden, exploring the woods, spending endless hours at the lake, friends and family could expect nothing less from Derek Stein when he was growing up. Animals had always amazed him.  He was an expert before we even finished elementary school.  If you had ...

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Meet Caitlin Moore, valedictorian

“White noise. It was like the feeling of winning a medal at a track meet. It feels amazing to get something I have worked so hard for,” said Kaitlin Moore after she learned she was named valedictorian. Once a young girl in New Zealand, Kaitlin has now secured the coveted ...

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Saying goodbye to the wonderful Mrs. Devine

Mrs. Devine has been teaching for 37 years but is retiring this year. I luckily got the opportunity to interview her before she left her teaching career. What is your opinion of Ridley High School and the students that have gone here? Mrs. Devine: I’ve felt very connected to the ...

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Capaldi continuing her teacher magic

Starting school  early in the morning may be a drag, but not if a student is lucky enough to have Mrs. Barbra Capaldi, a history teacher who is a hit among many students. I was fortunate  to be one of the students who got to experience Mrs. Capaldi’s interesting and ...

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Raiders’ Den delivers healthy lunches

  The lunches have changed a lot in the Raiders’ Den through the years, but are healthier this year compared to last year. More fruits and vegetables are available like apples,strawberries, cantaloupe, carrots and cherry tomatoes. The lunches have changed dramatically due to the government’s new rules. The Raiders’ Den ...

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Teacher Profile: Mr. Louth

By Brian Petherbridge “It’s always a bull market if you know what you’re doing”. Entering Mr. Louth’s classroom for the first time one will soon realize that his accounting classes and business classes are more than just electives.  These classes offer priceless personal finance information, and some key basics to ...

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