Friday , 2 December 2022

North Ridgeville Schools Ranger Round-Up

Message from NRCS Superintendent – January 7, 2022

Dear NRCS Families,

Happy New Year! I hope you and your family had a safe and enjoyable holiday season and took time to relax. As we transition into 2022, you will notice a few changes in the district.

On January 4, 2022, at the Board of Education meeting, Mr. Jeff Grigsby was sworn in as a new board member. Mr. Grigsby replaces Ms. Kristen Iezzi, who plans to spend more time with her family. We are grateful for Ms. Iezzi and her commitment to serving the North Ridgeville City Schools for the past four years. I also want to congratulate Mr. Frank Vacha, who was reelected as the Board of Education president, and Ms. Marci Saxon, who was reelected as the Board of Education vice president. We are thankful for their continued leadership throughout the North Ridgeville Community.

Additionally, this week, NRCS held its initial Coffee and a Conversation with the superintendent. As a district, we continuously seek opportunities for community engagement. Coffee and a Conversation gives me the opportunity to listen to community members and answer questions they have about the district. Coffee and a Conversation gives residents, who otherwise may not have students in our schools, the chance to build a connection with the district. The next meeting is on Tuesday, February 15, from 8:30-9:30 a.m. at City Hall with Mayor Kevin Corcoran. Additional dates are listed in the newsletter

Finally, while not unique to NRCS, we have experienced staffing shortages throughout the year. Despite this challenge, we have been fortunate to maintain a five-day, in-person calendar. While we hope it will not become necessary, the possibility of short-term remote learning has been part of our Ranger Reopening plan since the beginning of the school year. Should we experience a situation that would prevent us from staffing our buildings, families should prepare for a sudden shift to remote learning if we experience extreme staff shortages.

Sincerely, Roxann Ramsey-Caserio, Superintendent

RHTA Open House

On Thursday, January 27, from 5-7 p.m., the Ranger High-Tech Academy is hosting an open house for incoming students and community members.

Eighth-Grade Information Night 

On Monday, January 24, from, 6-7 p.m., there is an Eighth-Grade Information Night for incoming freshmen.

Coffee and Conversation

Enjoy coffee and a conversation with Superintendent Roxan Ramsey-Caserio in the NRAC Community Room from 9-10 a.m. March 16, April 12 and May 17. The Academic Center Community Room is located at 34620 Bainbridge Road at the Board of Education office.

Solo and Ensemble Contest

On Saturday, January 29, from 8 a.m. – 5 pm., the North Ridgeville High School Band Department is hosting a Solo and Ensemble program. The district is hosting 26 high schools and hosting 529 events.

Gingerbread Challenge

Ms. Rambo and Ms. Kessler’s fifth and sixth-grade STEM classes at the North Ridgeville Academic Center participated in a competition through Explore Learning called the Gingerneering Design Challenge! Each class created a village out of food that displays simple machines!

Students of the Month

North Ridgeville City Schools proudly announces that seniors Cayla Holman and Hunter Roseto were selected as the Rotary Club of North Ridgeville January Students of the Month! Both students aspire to enter career fields that help others. Hunter plans to become a teacher and Cayla plans to become a doctor.

Ridgeville Gymnast Honored

Congratulations to Veronica Waugaman on a fantastic career as a North Ridgeville High gymnast! Veronica was recognized for her accomplishments during senior night. Veronica is also a noted pole vaulter and holds the Lorain County pole vault record. She is a track and field commit for Ohio State University and hopes to follow in the footsteps of Olympic gold medalist Katie Naegotte of Olmsted Falls.

Virtual Concert

On December 20, the NRHS choir and band performed a virtual concert for students at the Academic Center!


100 Wins

Congratulations to North Ridgeville wrestler Zach Orseno on earning his 100th career win last week. Way to go, Zach!

Making a Difference

Huge shout out to Nick & Dakota who took the lead on Ridgeville High Tech Academy’s toy drive to benefit the pediatrics unit at MetroHealth Hospital. They also help shop to replenish the Community Care Pantry as part of our newly formed Kiwanis Builders Club.

Polar Express

Preschool and Kindergarten students at the ECLC experienced The Polar Express last month! Students had an enjoyable time watching the movie, eating snacks, and making crafts!

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