What is Ranger Council?
Ranger Council is a group of local parent/teacher units, organized for the purpose of conference, leadership training and the coordination of efforts of the local units.
Ranger Council serves as a medium through which the units can together attack problems beyond the scope of a single unit working alone. Ranger Council can bring power and united planning efforts to bear on solutions of community wide problems affecting children and youth.
Through conferences and instructional meetings officers and chairpersons exchange ideas and plans, to benefit from each other’s experiences and to learn new techniques of leadership and to receive training for their specific responsibilities.
Ranger Council maintains a close and cordial working partnership with the school administration. The school superintendent and building principals are members of the voting body of Ranger Council. Council representatives attend and report on school board meetings and school board members are invited to attend Ranger Council meetings.
Ranger Council strengthens the local units, develops leaders, engages in worthwhile community service projects and broadens the public understanding of the home-school partnership.
As members of the North Ridgeville Ranger Council we strongly believe in the unity that our organization provides to our units and the North Ridgeville School District as a whole.
Just a few of the events that Ranger Council hosts are North Ridgeville Art Show, Dodgeball Tournament , and The Summer Kick-Off.
Ranger Council along with the local units provides over $4,000 annually in scholarships to graduating seniors to help further their educational dreams.
We encourage you to become an active participant in your child’s educational experience as well, join your local unit, volunteer, do any number of things to show your children and their school that they have a great support system.
Meeting dates for the 2018-19 school year are to be announced.