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Announcements for February 14th

Posted On: Friday, February 14, 2020

Today is the last day to order "Don't Dis My Abilities" t-shirt.  It costs only $15.  Order forms are available in the front office.

Completed yearbook applications are due back to Mrs. Cleveland in room 1118 by today.

Still wondering how you’re gonna ‘show the love’ to someone special this Valentine’s Day?  Have no fear, the River Ridge Latin Club is here.  We will be selling fresh carnation stems in a variety of colors today, at the back entrance to the school AND in the cafeteria during all lunch periods.  Price is $1.25 per stem.  Show your love today with Valentine’s Day Carnations, lovingly brought to you by the River Ridge Latin Club.

Hey Knights! It’s St. Jude Spirit week, and today is Teachers vs. Students. Don’t forget to buy tickets to the Student Faculty Basketball Game today!! Tickets on sale during all lunch periods for $3.

Students this is a reminder that you need to have purchased a parking pass in order to park anywhere on the River Ridge campus and this includes Mill Creek.

February is Black History Month and today we would like to recognize Maya Angelou. In the 50s, she began to sing at clubs, going by the name Maya Angelou. She eventually moved to New York to focus on her writing and joined the Harlem Writers Guild. At that time, she met other famous writers and joined in the Civil Rights Movement. She helped raise money for Martin Luther King Jr.’s SCLC and sang political songs. Maya spent some time working as a reporter in Egypt and Ghana. She was also a director, activist, screenwriter, and lecturer, but it was her poetry that she is most remembered for. In 1993 she recited one of her poems at the inauguration of President Bill Clinton.

Career and technical education (CTAE) are classes that teach specific career skills to students. Career Tech is split into 16 career clusters that apply to different high-demand careers. Here is a fact each day for why you should consider pursuing a career tech pathway: 600,000+ students across Georgia enroll in CTAE courses and career pathways EVERY YEAR.





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