Ridgely Elementary School is a Pre-Kindergarten through Grade Five school-wide Title One School. We also maintain a program for 3 year old children and children with special needs. We are located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland in rural Caroline County.
Ridgely Elementary has outreach programs that invite parents to become part of the educational process. In addition, parents regularly attend school functions such as Teacher Meet and Greet, Back to School Night, Book Fair, Evening Academic Nights, Grandparent Visitation, Muffins with Moms, Doughnuts with Dads, PTA, and other functions. Ridgely welcomes volunteers to enhance these programs.
Our students are exposed to cultural and academic activities through instruction in music, physical education, media, art, guidance, and computer usage.
mESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL
Dear Ridgely Elementary Families:
Welcome and thank you for visiting the Ridgely Elementary School webpage. I am humbled and privileged to be the principal of this amazing school. It is my hope that you will find our redesigned website to be full of information and easy to navigate. Please know that our faculty and staff are always here to serve you. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call the school at 410-479-3243 or e-mail a staff member. Thank you!
Ridgely Elementary School will provide every student the opportunity to achieve academic excellence by fostering a partnership between home, school, and community.
RES is a community of learners collaboratively supporting each other through intentional planning in a risk-taking and trusting environment, leading to rigor, student autonomy, and mastery of content standards.
We recognize the importance and value of partnership between the school and parents. We have created a school-parent contract that outlines the school’s commitment education, as well as expectations for students and parents.
Parent Involvement Plan
Because our partnership with parents is so important, we have developed a Parent Involvement Plan. The plan ensures home and school are working together for the benefit of children throughout the school year.