June 19 – August 10
Monday & Tuesday’s
7:30am to 5:30pm
Wednesday & Thursday’s
7:30am to 11:30am
Closed on Friday’s
Closed July 3rd & 4th
Normal Office Hours (8:00am to 4:00pm) June 12 – 16 and August 14 – 18
According to Carolina School Hub, Marvin Ridge Middle School is ranked #5 out of 133 middle schools in the Charlotte metro region and #11 out of 700 middle schools in the state. There are just two traditional/non-charter/non-magnet schools in the Charlotte metro area which rank above us, and only three traditional/non-charter/non-magnet schools in the state which rank above us. WOW! Everyone on this team is to be commended for that stellar news. Here’s a link with the full rankings:http://www.carolinaschoolhub.com/best-middle-schools-charlotte-nc.cfm.
Congrats Ms. Culicerto
Please join me in congratulating Angie Culicerto on being selected as one of the 20 finalists in the school district for the UCPS Teacher of the Year. What an honor! I know that you all will also join me in wishing Angie the best of luck as she enters the next phase of the selection process.
The Duke TIP Program is currently open to interested families for the following programs:
In order for students to qualify he/she must have either a 95% or above on the EOG's OR a 125 or above on the Inview/IQ test. These scores cannot be more than 2 years old. Please see the link provided for additional information. For more information on qualifying criteria and the enrollment process please visit this link www.tip.duke.edu
Any additional questions can be answered by calling their information line at 919-668-9100.
The Sensory Room was designed based on the diverse needs of the students’ within Mrs. Ridley’s Classroom. The Sensory Room provides an area in which students can positively work through stressors that impact their ability to fully mainstream out into the general education setting.
Students in 6th grade AIG language arts completed a cross curricular medieval unit. Students began the unit with a webquest on the medieval time period using reliable sources. Each student chose a specific job title and took on the persona of a medieval character from that time period.