|To the Editor: Ridge teachers and staff thank city of Bowling Green|
|Written by Ridge faculty and staff|
|Wednesday, 24 April 2013 11:32|
Bowling Green is a fabulous community in which to teach. There is strong parental support of academics and extracurricular activities.
Dedicated volunteers in our libraries, classrooms, and through programs such as "Breakfast Buddies," build bridges to the greater community.
Collaboration with BGSU strengthens the supports we provide to our students through tutoring programs like "Project More;" while we in turn help develop future educators by supervising their field experiences in our classrooms.
Local businesses, organizations, and community members consistently encourage and sponsor our students' endeavors in and out of the classroom, through financial support of levies and fundraisers, and through their supportive presence at our events.
We, the faculty and staff of Ridge Elementary, have been especially fortunate. We are proud to carry on a long legacy of academic excellence. In this, our last year in the building, we wish to take this moment to thank the city of Bowling Green. We extend an invitation to the community to tour our grand old building one last time on May 5 from 1 to 4 p.m., with a special program at 3 p.m. Please take a moment to help us celebrate the past by viewing photos and mementos, and to honor the work of present students displayed throughout the building.
We then ask for your continued support at the polls on May 7 to help us continue serving the students and families of Bowling Green.
Ridge faculty and staff
G. Joe Morgan, Principal, Britney Bennett, Nancy Broz, Amy Dible, Pam Eyer, Michelle Hahn, Stacey Higgins, Amanda Kinsley, Tami Lynch, Jordan Opfer, Julie Stack, Tricia Wallace, Laura Weaver
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