Ridgefield School District honors January employee and students of the month

RIDGEFIELD — On Jan. 10, Ridgefield School District officials recognized the January employee and students of the month at the regular Board of Directors meeting.

 

The Ridgefield School District recently honored the January employee and students of the month at a regular Board of Directors meeting.
Linda Wear

The Employee of the Month is Linda Wear, teacher at South Ridge Elementary School. Wear is a consummate professional who has taught many generations of Ridgefield students. Extremely talented in the way that she engages students, she also has an outstanding relationship with her colleagues and is well respected by all. Ridgefield School District is pleased to honor Wear for her valuable contributions in maintaining the high quality of learning in Ridgefield schools.

 

Students of the Month

The Ridgefield School District recently honored the January employee and students of the month at a regular Board of Directors meeting.
Brandon Odell-Nguyen

Brandon Odell-Nguyen, a fourth-grader, was chosen at South Ridge Elementary School. An outstanding student both academically and socially, Odell-Nguyen is always willing to help his fellow classmates. He always helps out with anything needed in the classroom and does so with a smile and great sense of humor. He also represents his class for ASB.

 

The Ridgefield School District recently honored the January employee and students of the month at a regular Board of Directors meeting.
Kennadi Jones

Kennadi Jones, a fifth-grader, was selected at Union Ridge Elementary. Jones is a leader within her classroom and the school community. Not only does she take an active role in her learning but is always striving to grow as a learner. In addition, she advocates for others and readily assists when others need help. In the classroom, she takes the initiative to ensure that all of her classmates are engaged and feel included. This year, Jones wowed the Ridgefield community when she sang the national anthem at Union Ridge’s Veterans Day Assembly. Union Ridge is proud to honor this talented young lady as their Student of the Month.

 

The Ridgefield School District recently honored the January employee and students of the month at a regular Board of Directors meeting.
Eireann Van Natta

Eireann Van Natta, an eighth-grader, was selected from View Ridge Middle School because of her determination to do her very best on any task she is given. A natural leader, Van Natta gets along well with her classmates. She also displays a passion for history and stands strong in her informed views.

 

The Ridgefield School District recently honored the January employee and students of the month at a regular Board of Directors meeting.
Ryan Hinson

Ryan Hinson, a senior, was chosen from Ridgefield High School. Hinson is described as always friendly, respectful and responsible. In addition, he is a dedicated and hard-working student. He takes advanced placement classes, maintains a 3.8 GPA and is currently in the second-year program at the Clark County Skills Center, taking Criminal Justice and aspiring to go into law enforcement. Last April, he made the Junior Olympic team and participated in small bore rifle and air rifle competitions in Colorado Springs.

 

One of Hinson’s teachers describes him best: “Ryan is a courteous, hard-working, responsible and quiet leader, who sets an example by his actions and class contributions. His grades, involvement, and attitude demonstrate a well-rounded individual worthy of earning RHS Student of the Month.”

 

Ridgefield School District is grateful to its sponsor, the historic Sportsman’s Restaurant and Lounge, a local Ridgefield business owned and operated by Terry Hurd. This is the third year that Hurd has provided funding to support the district’s recognition program.

This information was provided by the Ridgefield School District.

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Joanna Nicole Yorke is a 2010 graduate of the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University in Pullman. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism with a minor in political science. Yorke is a Clark County native, growing up on her family's 12-acre farm in La Center where her family still resides today. She was previously a reporter at The Reflector Newspaper, covering the city of Battle Ground, the Battle Ground School District and a variety of other areas and topics.

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