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  • Blue Ridge Elementary School
    18866 Charles Town Road
    Harpers Ferry, WV  25425
    (304) 725-2995
    (304) 728-7041 (fax)
     
    Susan T. Zigler, Principal
    Brandan Caton, Asst. Principal
     

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  • eclipse

    Blue Ridge Campus students and staff will be going outside around 2:30 p.m. on Monday, August 21st to observe the solar eclipse!  The schools are providing CE-certified and ISO 12312-2-certified eyewear for each student.

    Only those students and staff wearing protective eyewear will be able to participate.  Students NOT participating MUST have a note stating this.  Parents, please send a written note with your child on the first day of school if they are not to participate.

    We look forward to sharing this astronomical event with your child!!

     


     

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  • back to school The first day of school for the 2017-2018 school year is Monday, August 21, 2017.  We hope you had a great summer and we look forward to an exciting school year!

     


     

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  • welcome

    We are excited to welcome our new staff members:

    3rd Grade Teacher- Ms. Angeles Dixon

    4th Grade Teacher - Mrs. Vanessa Childers

    5th Grade Teacher-  Ms. Mellisa Walker

    Mr. Chris Napolitan moved from Grade 3 to Grade 5

    Mrs. Mercedes Younker moved from Grade 2 to Grade 1 at Blue Ridge Primary

     

     


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  •     To enroll your child at Blue Ridge, please bring the following:
    • State-certified birth certificate
    • Copy of updated immunization record
    • Proof of residence
    • 2nd graders need proof of dental check-up within the last 12 months
     
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  • Relay for Life End-of-the-Year Activities

    Haircut      Duct tape     Haircut     duct tape

     


     

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  • Exxon

    THANK YOU TO TRI-STATE EXXON!!
    Thanks to the effort of Brian Ward of Tri-State Exxon in Harpers Ferry, WV, our school was awarded a $500 ExxonMobile Educational Alliance Grant from Holtzman Management.  The money will be used to set up a science lab and include STEM activities. The ExxonMobile Educational Alliance program is designed to provide ExxonMobile retailers likeTri-State Exxon with an opportunity to invest in the future of their communities through educational grants to neighborhood schools.  Thank you so much for your support!
     
     
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  • BUS CHANGES

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    If you are requesting a bus change for your child, a written note needs to be turned in to the school office no later than 10:00 a.m.  Notes turned in after this time, or not received in Transportation by 10:30 a.m., will be denied.  There will be no exceptions.  As always, the Transportation Office will contact the parent/guardian to verify the change.  If they are unable to make contact, the request will be denied.  Thank you for your cooperation.

     


     

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  • Thank you American Public University for your donation of a WeatherSTEM system.  Our school, along with Jefferson High, are the only two schools in the entire state of West Virginia to have WeatherSTEM.  Using weather sensors, the WeatherSTEM shows current weather, weather forecasts, weather notifications, and more. Teachers are expecting to fully implement the program after the holidays and plan on having students use WeatherSTEM to monitor moisture and soil temperature in our flower and vegetable gardens in the spring.

    You can use the link on the left (under Quick Links) to access WeatherSTEM or click the link above for instructions to download the free iPhone or Android app.

     


     

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  • Blue Ridge Campus has been approved for the universal free breakfast and lunch program for ALL students.  Please read important informationabout this program. 
     
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    Box Tops for Education!
     
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