News & Announcements

  • Important Dates and Information

    August 29-September 1
    All grades - return completed back-to-school packets
    All grades - Resolve outstanding fines/fees
    Freshmen pick up schedules: Mon. 8/29
    Freshman schedule changes: Mon. 8/29 (8-4PM)
    Freshman orientation: Mon. 8/29 (4-6PM)
    Freshman Back-to-School Night: Mon. 8/29 (6-8PM)
    New student orientation: Wed. 8/31 (1-2:30PM)

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  • Student Health

    School Nurse, Mrs. Zander, will be available to meet with parents, receive medications, and discuss student medical plans on Tuesday, August 30, from 9am to 2pm in the Health Room. Please stop by during that time, or call 360.412.4830 with questions. Click here for the Health Room website.

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  • Welcome to River Ridge's new Principal: Serenity Malloy!

    As many of you know, Serenity has been Assistant Principal at North Thurston High School for the past seven years. She has a strong background in counseling, special education and supporting students from military families. Welcome Serenity!

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  • Welcome Class of 2020!

    We're excited to welcome you to River Ridge and hope you will be able to participate in various activities coming in August. Click here for details.

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  • Schedule Change Information

    Students may pick up their schedules beginning August 15, after returning all required forms and paying fines. Pre-registration course selections were used to develop student schedules. Please click here for important details.

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  • New Student Orientation (Grades 10-12)

    August 31: Please meet in the Counseling Center at 1 p.m. for an informational session provided by our counselors. From 1:30 - 2:30 Leadership students will provide a tour and answer questions.

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  •  Alumni donation

    Alumni in the News

    John Skorna, class of 2007 graduate and former Marine, generously donated $10,000 to the free summer lunch program at the Thurston County Food Bank this summer. His donation helped provide about 3,000 meals. Please click here to read more.

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