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Thought for the Week

Ridgefield School District Responds to REA’s Statement on District’s Facebook Page

Following is the Ridgefield School District’s response to statements made by the Ridgefield Education Association on the school district’s Facebook page:


Thanks to all those who have donated $75 (or more) to our library building fund. A few weeks ago I noted that if everyone in the 98642 area code gave $75 we would have met our goal of raising $1.2 million dollars more for the library, and several people have brought in donations in that amount. We appreciate it.

Reminder – only a couple of week left to get in the golf tournament at the early bird pricing. Cost is $85 until September 1, then it goes up to $100. The tournament, at Tri Mountain Golf Course right here in Ridgefield, is Sunday, September 30, a 1:00 scramble. Call 360-887-2160 or 360-887-3879 to book your foursome.

Ridgefield Farmers Market

The Ridgefield Farmers Market this Saturday will be at Davis Park (corner of Main St & Mill) because of the Farm to Table Dinner. We will have music by Richie Bean. We are also hosting a school supply drive with all donations going to the Ridgefield Family Resource Center for their annual Back to School Bash. Bring a donation and receive a $1 coupon towards your market purchase. ✏️🖍️📓✂️🖇️🖊️ A preview of what will be available: Blueberries from George Hoffman Pears and Blackberries from Pat Produce from April Joy Farm, Heath Farms, McPhee Family Farms Bakery goods from bakerchic’s Lularoe Mollymae Smoked Salmon and MORE!

Ridgefield School Board Updates Community Regarding REA Negotiations

The Ridgefield School Board updated the community this afternoon regarding the progress of negotiations with the Ridgefield Education Association.  Read the School Board’s letter here.

KWRL Transportation to Implement School Busing Changes to Better Serve Ridgefield Students

It’s been nearly a year since Ridgefield School District’s Boundary + Start Time Committee started work on a plan to adjust school boundaries and start times for its growing student population, and KWRL Transportation has been a part of the planning process from day one.

During the process, the committee developed some core values and goals for a new transportation model that would best serve Ridgefield students and tasked KWRL with the goal to develop routes aligned with those values.  Specifically, the committee requested bus routes that were age-appropriate, building-specific and reduced the duration of time that students spent riding school buses.

Now, after nearly a year of working to develop the new transportation model based on these specific core values, KWRL has established new routes ready to launch this week.  In preparing for implementation for the upcoming school year, here are some of the important changes that parents need to know:


As was done last year, online registration to ride the bus is mandatory.  This year, it is required only for students new to the district.  Students who registered last year do not need to register again unless their address or emergency contact has changed or if they will be attending a different school this year due to school boundary changes.  To register online, click HERE.

New route information for Ridgefield School District will be released on the KWRL website on August 17th.  All registered students who provided a phone number or email address will receive a message providing students with their new Route Number.  KWRL’s website is

Re-designed Bus Routes

KWRL has re-designed all bus routes based on the new schools and bell schedules.  Its new transportation model provides 23 buses servicing 41 routes.  Of these 41 routes, 18 routes will transport K-4 students, 6 routes will transport students in Grades 5-8, 12 routes will transport students in Grades 5-12, and 5 routes will transport students in Grades 9-12.

In addition, 29 of these routes will be building-specific, which means that the buses on these routes serve one school only without having to travel to another building to drop off or pick up students, greatly reducing the ride time for students.

The mix of students on each route no longer spans the K-12 grade level range, and 70% of students will be riding only with students from their building.

Route Numbers vs. Bus Numbers

New this year!  KWRL is now using Route Numbers instead of Bus Numbers to provide consistency in bus ID’s.  The Route Number will never change even when new buses are placed on a route or when spare buses are used.

Look for the black Route Number (RT#) placard on each side of the bus instead of the state maintenance bus number used in the past.

The black Route Number placard can be found on both sides of the school bus.


A close-up view of the school bus’ Route Number placard.

NEW Bus Routes and Times

All bus routes and times are new this year, so it is important that parents check KWRL’s website at to verify their students’ Route Number and bus stop time.

With the implementation of the new transportation model, new buildings to get acquainted with, new developments added to the system and lots of new faces to transport, there will certainly be bumps in the road during the first weeks of school.  KWRL asks for patience as its new transportation plan transitions into routes that benefit all the Ridgefield families they serve.

Over the last decade, KWRL has transported local students over 14 million miles without an at-fault injury accident.  The yellow school bus is still the safest way for students to get to school, and with the new transportation model soon to be implemented, it’s sure to be even safer.

Saturday Night Party with Onsite Babysitting! – ‘like its 1999!

Downtown Saturday Night Party, August 25th, 7:30-11pm at the Ridgefield Art Space, upstairs above the hardware store. for tickets

Come see what The RAS is all about. Being a nonprofit arts center for Ridgefield, we have classes starting soon of all types – Ballet, Hip Hop, Partner Dancing, Zumba, Baby and Me, Comedic Acting/Stand Up, Date Nights, Paint ‘n Sips, Painting Instruction, a soon to be opened Teen Lounge for weekend nights and so much more coming! Come party and meet us…And don’t worry about the kids, we’ve got you covered!

Best date night ever in less than two weeks!! Live Band … Huge Dance Hall… Mingling… Disco ball and great acoustics …Beverages 😉 You can “catered bar” your face off!

Meet our instructors …Safe transportation home… Onsite Babysitting by Red Cross Certified Sitters in adjoining suite for $5/child. Not per hour- Just five bucks per child for the whole night!

Taxis out front- we have 23 stairs up to our second floor palace above the hardware store. If you have trouble getting down them you and yours GET IN A CAB. They’ll be waiting out front. Come out for a night of fun. Make new friends and high five your old ones. See our schedule and the soon to be opened Weekend Teen Lounge.

Tickets are $15 and support your neighbors’ access to awesome events, visual and performing arts classes, and a place where everyone in Ridgefield is welcome to make memories. One of every four people taking our classes are not asked to pay based on their private financial situations. Your fun pays for theirs too! Get your tix now at The RAS- Nonprofit Arts For All.. Somewhere there’s a party… SOMEWHERE is up there!

FORE! The Library Golf Tournament

Have fun golfing while raising money for the Ridgefield Library building fund!

This year’s tournament is Sunday, September 30 at Tri-Mountain Golf Course. It’s a 1:00 scramble, and as usual we’ll have lots of prizes, raffle items, a putting contest, a great dinner and just a whole lot of fun.

We’re taking reservations now. Cost is $85 if you pay before September 1, and $100 after that, so it behooves you to call in your reservation now. Tevis at 360-887-3879 and Kathy at 3600-887-2160 will be happy to take your information.

Don’t miss out on this fun day. You don’t have to be a good golfer – we even have prizes for the BA last team.

Kindergarten Registration for 2018-19 School Year

All kindergarten students need to register for the 2018-19 school year prior to the first day of school (August 29).  Registration packets are available from the District Office at 2724 S. Hillhurst Road or from the elementary school in your neighborhood–South Ridge Elementary or Union Ridge Elementary–starting August 16th.

Kindergarten students must be 5 years old by September 1, 2018 to enroll for the coming school year.

Ridgefield Main Street Program this Thursday

Please join us this Thursday, August 16th, 8:30-9:30 am for the August Ridgefield Main Street Community Meeting. We have TWO guest speakers this month: Brad Richardson, Executive Director of the Clark County Historical Museum, will talk about an upcoming HAUNTING event in Ridgefield; Jeff Niten, Community Development Director, will update us on current and future projects in Ridgefield.

The Sportsman’s Steakhouse and Saloon at 121 N Main Ave., continues to host our monthly meetings, providing complimentary coffee and tea for attendees. Breakfast is available.

Through these monthly meetings we strive to provide the community with relevant and timely information in a comfortable format.

Thought for the Week

Rain Shower After Drought

It has been very dry since April 15th. Other than a rainy Sunday in early June, it has been very hot, dry and windy. Gee Creek flows are much lower than last year at this time and most fish are not able to move upstream or downstream, being trapped in pools.

On Saturday afternoon we has a brief rainstorm that put a little less than 0.20″ in a half hour or so. It was enough to charge the city’s storm water system. When it has been dry for a while there is a build up of pollutants on the streets and other hard surfaces that drain to the storm water system.


The photo above was taken Saturday afternoon as the rain shower was ending.  The plume of sediment is the discharge of the storm sewer pipe from Old Town Ridgefield.  It collects drainage from Pioneer Street to Division Street and between North 5th Avenue to North Main Avenue.

The photo above was taken below the Heron Ridge Bridge and shows the storm water being mixed into the stream flow.  This is the entire creek flow.  Since the flow on Gee Creek is so very low this year there is less dilution of any storm water pollution that enters the  creek.


The photo above is at the storm water pipe in the Heron Ridge Storm Water Facility where it just enters.  The foam is likely from detergents people use when washing their vehicles.  Any thing on any surface that drains to the street ends up in the storm water system.


This photo is of the pond in the Heron Ridge Facility after the rain shower.  Its interesting that this pond had been dry for several weeks.  Consider what may be in this water.  The presence of soaps and detergents seems obvious.  It also could have doggy doo, herbicides and fertilizers leached from peoples yards.  That’s the value of a treatment facility.  If it is working properly, most of the  contaminants  will be removed before being put into the creek

I introduced myself to new public works director Justin Clary in June of 2004 as part of a senior project  at WSU.  I told him that old town storm water pollution was a serious problem and encouraged him to consider building a facility to treat it.  The city created a storm water utility in September of 2005  and began billing residents for storm water in 2006.  If the funds collected had been managed better and if proper maintenance had been done with the collection system and facilities, the city could have been treating most of its storm water by now.

         – Contributed by Paul Snoey




This is the basket of foods and other items that are up for auction at the library this month. The basket is full of fun and delicious items from around the Hispanic World including:

Gorgeous multicolored blanket from Mexico

Rain stick from Peru

Celebracion cookbook with recipes celebrating Latino family life

New World Kitchen by Norman Van Aken

Nuevos Sabores para ensaladas published by William Sonoma

Organic extra virgin olive oil from Portugal

Tempranillo Reserve red wine from Spain

Cabernet Sauvignon from Chile

Tia Lupita hot sauce from Mexico

Cholula chipotle hot sauce from Mexico

Belinda’s Jalapeno sauce from Costa Rica

Crema Catalana (crème brulee) mix from Spain

Sangria rose from Spain

Sangria rojo from Spain

Chipolte chili chocolate bar from World Market

Value: $150

There’s a bid sheet in the library, and the auction will close at the end of the month. September is Multicultural Month in Ridgefield, so this fits right in.


Important Information for Ridgefield Schools’ First Day for Students

The new school year is just around the corner, and with recent school boundary adjustments, a brand new school opening, and new students joining the district this year, we want to share important information to ensure a smooth start to the school year.

The first day of school is Wednesday, August 29th, but for some students, this may be different.  Please note important additional information for your school below:

South Ridge Elementary (9:05 am – 3:35 pm)

  • First day of school is August 29 for Grades 1-4.
  • Kindergarten students will attend their first day on either August 31 or September 4 (half-day). Parents will be notified by phone which day their child will start.  First day of school for kindergartners will be half-day only.  All kindergarten classes will start their all-day schedule on Wednesday, September 5th.

Union Ridge Elementary (9:05 am – 3:35 pm)

  • First day of school is August 29 for Grades 1-4.
  • Kindergarten students will attend their first day on either August 31 or September 4 (half-day). Parents will be notified by phone which day their child will start.  First day of school for kindergartners will be half-day only.  All kindergarten classes will start their all-day schedule on Wednesday, September 5th.

Sunset Ridge Intermediate School (8:05 am – 2:35 pm)

  • First day of school is August 29 for Grades 5-6.

View Ridge Middle School (8:05 am – 2:35 pm)

  • First day of school is August 29 for all 7th graders and for 8th grade students new to View Ridge so that they can participate in Assurance Day (an orientation day for new students attending View Ridge for the first time).
  • First day of school for returning 8th graders is August 30th.

Ridgefield High School (8:00 am – 2:45 pm)

  • First day of school is August 29 for all 9th graders and for all students (Grades 10-12) new to RHS so that they can participate in Frosh Camp (an orientation day for new students attending Ridgefield High School for the first time).
  • First day of school for returning students (Grades 10-12) is August 30th.


Wednesday One-Hour Late Start Schedule

The Wednesday one-hour late start schedule for all schools is effective Wednesday, September 5 and every Wednesday thereafter (except on non-school days) through June 5.


School Bus Transportation

All students new to the district who need school bus transportation are required to register online with KWRL Transportation in order to ride the school bus.  To register, click HERE .  KWRL Transportation’s website is:

Students who were registered with KWRL last year are automatically registered for school bus transportation this year.  This includes students who will attend the new 5-8 campus (Sunset Ridge Intermediate and View Ridge Middle School).

Note:  If a registered student’s address or emergency contact has changed from last year, or if the student’s school has changed due to the new boundary rules, re-registration will be required.

Two weeks prior to the first day of school, KWRL will inform parents/guardians via a robo call and via email of the bus route information for their student(s).

For questions regarding school bus transportation, please contact KWRL Transportation at 360-841-2023.

Farm to Table Dinner

A few tickets are still available for the Farm to Table dinner on August 18.

The festivities start at 6:00 with beverages and appetizers, with dinner at 7 and dancing under the stars to the music of Justin Sheehy.

It’s an evening of food, wine, draft beer and conversation and a chance to showcase our local farmers, brewers, wineries and caterers.

Tickets are $75 and may be purchased by calling the city  office, 360-887-3557.