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AP summer course work links are now available. Please take a few moments to check out what the AP assignments are and when they are due. We hope you enjoy your summer and look forward to seeing everyone again!
At the June 11 BOE meeting, Dr. Miller presented a draft of the new homework regulations that are the result of a yearlong review by the district and recent input from community focus groups. We invite you to view the presentation and documents, and provide us with your feedback.
We anticipate finalizing the homework regulations this month (for presentation to the BOE) at the June 26 meeting. Once approved, new homework regulations will have a multi-phased roll-out.
There are many exciting activities happening for seniors before graduation on June 22. Please see our list of senior year-end events for complete details. We wish the class of 2018 all the best in their future endeavors.
The Ridgefield Summer Learning Program is a summer program that provides secondary level students with academic improvement and enrichment courses in various subjects. The Summer Learning Program enables students the opportunity to make up credit and successfully complete subjects they have failed during the regular school year. Students may also enroll in a make-up course to raise grades in order to qualify for continuation in a subject area. Enrichment courses offered for advancement are open to qualified students.
To prevent students from having a large number of tests at one time prior to the end of the semester, subject areas administer tests according to the schedule below. When a dropped class falls on a subject’s assigned testing day, the test will take place on the next day.
The final exam schedule is organized by course section number, not by class period. Please refer to the course section numbers to determine when each exam will take place. The first number in the last three digits of the course number is the section number, and this will determine the exam time.