FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) Vision: To see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of athletes by forming relationships that will demonstrate steadfast commitment through integrity, serving, teamwork, and excellence
|Friday Mornings at 8:00|
week, we will have devotional, group time, and games
Students who participate in Ridgeview's Green Team will be contributing to the care of our Earth by working hard to recycle thousands of pounds of paper. Students will help to raise awareness of everyone's role as citizens and caretakers of our environment. We will do our part to support the Earth who supports us all.
|Room 253 Every Thursday after school, 4:15 - 5:15|
in French is a club where we view G rated film in French for students who would
like to advance their listening skills.
|3rd Wednesday of the month from 8:15-8:45|
First film will be The Lion King in French
can draw their own anime/manga characters and we can watch our favorite anime
or even read their favorite manga!
|First Tuesday of every month Morning from 8:15 |
create an enriched sense of community, understanding and acceptance among all
students and staff.
|Wednesdays after 2nd wave is called|
is still to be decided. Our first meeting is tomorrow and we want the kids to
drive the ideas for the club but an example might be a clothing drive for the
homeless, a "COMMUNITY" project featuring communities students feel a
partv of such as ethnic communities, gender communities, religious communities,
etc. Also, "Positive Post-It"
days 1-2 times a semester.
|Borchardt, Toler, Hopkins, Motahari|
LGBTQI Support Group provides a Safe Space for students who identify as members
or allies. We will also work on initiatives
to educate Ridgeview students about the LGBTQI community and its issues.
|Wednesdays 4:25 - 5:15|
a blog/website, participating in Ally Week (9/25-9/29), No Name-Calling Week
(1/16-1/20), and possibly the Day of Silence (4/27). We utilize curriculum provided through GLSN
(Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network).
club will enable students to come together to work on their own art projects
|Third Thursday from 8:20-8:45|
will be able to draw and create their own projects with assistance from art
Club members take pictures of school events and design pages in the
yearbook. Members also volunteer at
various events through out the year for service hours. This year, our theme is community in Sandy
Springs. Come join us with your ideas!
pictures at PantherPalooza, Sports Events, and music concerts
is a club for students who are interested in writing of any kind, from poetry
to nonfiction. The club will provide students with a structure and community
for improving their writing skills and working on writing projects of their own
|Every Thursday from 4:15-5:15|
will have time for independent writing, sharing writing with peers, and
providing and receiving feedback on writing. There will also be discussions of
general writing prompts or tips. If students are interested, the club could
collect written work for an anthology to be published and distributed at
reading bowl will read and compete in
the Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl
|Mondays from 4:15-5:15|
Ruffin Reading Bowl (Jan/Feb)
Fandom Club is a fun place for students of all fandoms to congregate and
discuss their favorite fandoms, from Harry Potter to Supernatural to The Lunar
Chronicles, fandoms of all genres and mediums are welcome!
|Thursdays from 4:15- 5:15|