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Community Update Meetings
The North Ridgeville City Schools are holding community update meetings so residents can learn more about Issue 13, which will appear on the March ballot. For preparation purposes,
to complete an RSVP form if you are planning to attend one of the community update meetings. All community update meetings will begin at 6:00 p.m. Please submit the form at least 24 hours prior to your selected session.
FAQs about Issue 13
The North Ridgeville City Schools have a substitute issue on the March 17, 2020 ballot.
to read frequently asked questions about Issue 13.
Voter Registration Information
If you are not registered to vote for the upcoming March 17, 2020 election, want to fill out an absentee ballot, or need to know where your polling station is located,
RHTA Now Accepting Applications for 2020-2021 School Year
The Ranger High-Tech Academy is now accepting applications for the 2020-2021 academic school year. Applications are due by Sunday, March 1, 2020.
to fill out the application if you are interested in enrolling your student at the Ranger High-Tech Academy.
College Credit Plus Information Night
There will be a College Credit Plus Information Night January 22 at 6:30 p.m. in the main gym at North Ridgeville High School. College Credit Plus is a state-funded program that allows any student in grades 7-12 who test "college-ready" the opportunity to take college classes for both high school and college credit for free. Attending an information meeting about CCP is mandatory for any student interested in taking college classes.
RHTA Recognized for Holiday Displays
Ranger High-Tech Academy students used their creative skills to design displays for the "Magic of Lights" holiday attraction.
to read a story about their project which was featured on the Ohio STEM Learning Network website.
Liberty and ECLC Earn State Board of Education Awards
The North Ridgeville City Schools are proud to announce that Liberty Elementary earned the Overall A Award and the Early Childhood Learning Community earned the Overall A and All A Award by the State Board of Education for the second-straight year.
to learn about the awards.
Indoor Walking at Liberty Elementary
The North Ridgeville City Schools are collaborating with North Ridgeville Heart & Sole to offer indoor walking at Liberty Elementary every Thursday from 6-7:30 p.m. beginning January 9.
to view the dates for indoor walking.
Substitute Teachers and Support Staff Needed
The North Ridgeville City Schools are in need of substitute teachers and substitute support staff.
to be directed to the Human Resources page to learn about the job opportunities.
Community Gym Hours
The North Ridgeville Academic Center Community Gym is open to the public.
for more information about the hours of operation.
New School Start and End Times for 2019-2020
The North Ridgeville City School District is pleased to announce adjustments to start and end times for the 2019-2020 school year.
to read the new start and end times as well as a statement from Superintendent Roxann Ramsey-Caserio.
2019-2020 Bus Schedules Now Available
Bus schedules for the 2019-2020 school year are now available.
to be directed to the transportation page to view bus schedule times.
Liberty and High School Facility Challenges
The North Ridgeville City Schools are the third-fastest growing school district in the state – which is exciting, but also a challenge. That enrollment growth is putting a strain on the high school and Liberty.
to watch a video about the facility challenges of Liberty and the high school.
District Transportation Information
Transportation forms are now located on the transportation page on the district website. All students in grades K-2 are assigned busing. Students in grades 3-8 that live more than one and a half miles from the school they attend are also offered busing.
to be directed to the transportation page to view forms and read information about busing. Bus routes will be available during the first week of August.
2019-2020 School Supply Lists
The first day of school is Wednesday, August 21.
to view the school supply lists.
No School: Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Report Card Distribution
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College Credit Plus Night: Grade 7-12
2nd Grade Winter Concert (C1& D Pod 6:00 pm/C2-C7 7:15 pm)
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Ranger High-Tech Academy STEM Advisory and Community Open House
Academic Center Grade 6 Fun Night
8th Grade Parent Info Night
Eighth Grade Parent Night at Nort...
Eighth Grade Information Night
Early Release Day
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