Senior Class Dinner – Friday, June 10
Below is the invitation for the Senior Class Dinner on June 10th. Please encourage your senior to visit the sign up table in the lobby on May 31st and June 1st!
The Senior Dinner committee needs your HELP!!!!
Please consider donating a case of water for the dinner. You can sign up at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0445aca82ea3f94-donate
Please consider donating $10 Gift Cards from the kids’ favorite spots (Bella Burgers, Chipotle, Panera Bread, Dunkin Doughnuts, Buff Wild Wings, iTunes, Starbucks, Amazon, etc) You can either mail or drop off at Kim Starkes’s house, 22 Birch Drive in Basking Ridge. The gift cards will be used as giveaways through out the evening.
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Ridge Rally Flags for Graduating Seniors – Support the Ski Team – Show pride in your child’s achievements by giving your Ridge High School Senior a Ridge Rally Flag, being sold by the Ridge Ski Team. This green and white nylon, 2’ x 3’ flag, is designed to perfectly dress up a college dorm room, a tailgate event, or the front of your house. This makes a great graduation gift and will keep RHS in your memories forever. Rally Flags, are made in America, by Annin Flag Company, and can be purchased for $25 or for $30 on a five-foot wooden pole. The flags are available for sale now for immediate pick up! Contact Donna Conti 908-581-1445 or firstname.lastname@example.org Go Ridge!
Click here for details: RIDGE_RALLY_FLAGS-June 2015
Take a look at all the amazing things our Ridge students and faculty are doing!
You’re invited! We would like to thank all the volunteers who work hard on the many PTO and school events. Please join us for the Ninth Annual Ridge High School Volunteer Breakfast; an open house for ALL Ridge parents Monday, June 6, 8 to 10 am, in the Mockingbird Cafe in downtown Basking Ridge. If you would like to attend, please RSVP by Thursday, May 26, to Elaine Edge, email@example.com. We hope you will be able to attend!
The NJ Department of Education is conducting a study on later start times for middle and high schools, and they will be holding meetings to provide an opportunity for the public to share their thoughts on this issue. Please click here for details and consider offering your testimony.
Distracted driving is a choice and is preventable! Set a good example for teens.
About 100 teens and parents attended the second PTO meeting on March 16. Carsten Boethig from New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Company reviewed facts, statistics, and real life scenarios pertaining to driving and distractions. Click below for detailed answers to some of the questions that Carsten was asked. Remember that you can’t safely multi-task while driving. If we all do this, lives will be saved and injuries will be avoided. For additional statistics, research, and laws pertaining to distracted driving, go to www.distraction.gov.
Teen Driver Safety Program Q&A