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-------------- Information for MCS Return to Learn! --------------

 

Blended Learning schedules have been updated through January 20th:

Read Memo (PDF) here!

PRE-K Only updated   Kinder - 5th Gradeupdated

Middle School 6-8 updated   High School 9-12updated

 

Monongalia County Re-Entry Information for 20-21

 

WIFI Locations - Schools and Buses

 

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News & Announcements

At Home Learning Resources At home Learning

Click here to a link to the  Ridgedale "ONE STOP SHOP" for everything related to learning at home during blended learning; INCLUDING OPEN HOUSE VIDEOS!  This site has resources and weekly assignment calendars, as well as contact information.

Learn at Home Days learn at home

Learning continues. Governor mandate.

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Click here to sign the Informed Consent & Confidentiality during Online Learning Form.

School Health COVID-19 Tool Box Toolbox
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A list of all the board meeting dates is provided

Events & Calendar

Principal's Message

Dear Ridgedale Families- 

 

“Endurance is fortifying.  It is discovering you can get socked in the nose and take it.  “- David Brooks  

 

This was not the way we envisioned starting the 2020-2021 school year.  We have been so excited about the construction and remodeling, eager to open the doors and share the fabulous updates.  We finally have the facility that Ridgedale families deserve and can be proud of, a building that provides updated spaces designed to enhance teaching and learning. Who would have imagined back on August 20, 2019, the day that the project began, that we would be physically out of school for over 6 months?  But we are finally opening our doors to our students!  It is not the grand opening celebration we had hoped for, but we are excited to have students back in the classrooms learning together. Although the remote learning has been remarkable, it is not the same as being in-person, making connections and growing as learners.  

 

I thank you for your patience and understanding.  It feels like each day has brought a new twist and turn to our back to school plans.  Everyone has been forced to endure change.  The struggle has made us stronger. 

 

Sincerely, 

Sheri Petitte 

 

 

Sheri Petitte

Principal

Ridgedale Elementary School

1550 Goshen Road

Morgantown, WV  26508

304-291-9231

"Equitable Education for All Learners"

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