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Please note traffic/parking:

All students must park in the East (back of the school) and West (where the tennis courts were) parking lots.  The South parking lot is for visitors and staff only. Click here for traffic pattern map. Please note that when dropping off students in the South lot, parents should take the first right turn to circle around the parking lot and into the drop off area in front of the school.

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Congratulations to our Innovative Grant Award recipients from Murray Park/Quest. The recipients included: Janet Ernst, Gretchen Geiger, Jessica Hopp, Lori Hron, Jessi Johnson, Jill Puhlmann-Becker, Brenda Rapp.
The Innovation in Education Grant Program is sponsored by the Education Foundation of Ripon. The Education Foundation of Ripon is dedicated to improving the educational experiences offered to all Ripon Area School District residents. Though early efforts focused on scholarships for students of the District, the Foundation also encourages grant efforts supporting educator initiatives in the Ripon Area School District.

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Thank you to all the community members who came to tour the RHS/RMS Facilities Project! We had an excellent turnout which included students, parents, community members, retired educators and staff, current staff, and Board members. Tour groups expressed their appreciation of being able to see the progress first-hand. (More photos on our Facebook page)

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Construction Tour - November 16, 2015 (4:00 - 5:00 pm)


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Due to an accident involving the crossing guard at the middle school on Tuesday morning November 10, the City of Ripon Police Department is temporarily moving Crossing Guard John Schultz from the intersection of Griswold Street and Watson Street to cover at Metomen Street in front of the middle school. 

Beginning with the afternoon of Tuesday, November 10, police officers will monitor Griswold Street at Watson Street. In an emergency or depending on staffing at the police department, there may be times when a police officer is not at that intersection.
The City of Ripon Police Department is asking parents with children crossing at Griswold Street and Watson Street to talk with their children about crossing at that intersection if there is no crossing guard or police officer present.



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Drug use and abuse is a rising concern in Ripon and the surrounding communities and drug overdose has taken many lives. Prevention is key in the battle against drug use and abuse and educating students on this topic is important. Ripon Middle and High School students will have the opportunity to see Rise Together on November 17, which is a recovery group that focuses on drug education and prevention. It is our hope that raising awareness of the prevalence of drug addiction and educating our students will be another step in preventing drug use in our youth.

There will also be a community event during the evening of November 17th. It will be held at Royal Ridges in Ripon. The evening starts at 5:30 pm with the opportunity to speak to community resources, and a summit to follow, starting at 6:30pm. (Link to PDF Poster and More Information)


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Eight FFA members from RHS attended FFA National Convention in Louisville, KY on October 27-31.  Students visited educational attractions such as the Shedd Aquarium and the Kentucky Horse Park.  At Convention, they attended general sessions and explored a Career Expo featuring over 450 exhibitors representing all aspects of agricultural careers including welding, veterinary science, agronomy, and agricultural equipment.  On Friday, they participated in the National Days of Service where they packed over 800 boxes of food for low-income senior citizens at the Dare To Care Food Bank. (More photos on Facebook)


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Does Your Child Need a Coat This Winter?

If so please come this Saturday, November 7th, from 8:00 am - 10:00 am

64 Sunset Avenue
Ripon, WI.

Coats will be distributed to ANYONE who needs one. The coats were collected by Murray Park and Quest students and staff since the end of September. All of the coats were generously cleaned by Georgetown Cleaners free of charge.

There will be no charge for the coats. There are coats of all sizes. Please go to the back entrance of the school by the gym; as the coats will be in the cafeteria.



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Murray Park/Quest Elementary Schools celebrated with an end of the day celebration on October 28th. Students have worked so hard and have been such great students this year. Mrs. Bunge thanked everyone for their hard work as well as having a successful fire/evacuation drill. Students enjoyed the opportunity to jump around and share positive energy! (more photos on Facebook)


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On the evening of Tuesday, October 27, the Ripon Police Department informed school administrators that an active methamphetamine lab was found on Belleville Street on a property that shares a boundary with the Ripon Middle School.  Officers remained on scene late into the night as clean up of the location and evidence was gathered.  Clean up of the lab was completed prior to the start of the school day on Wednesday, October 28.

The investigation into this incident is ongoing, anyone with information concerning the incident is asked to contact the City of Ripon Police Department at 920-748-2888.

We are grateful for the fast response of both the City of Ripon Police Department and Ripon Area Fire Department and for the safety of all involved.  If parents have questions regarding the methamphetamine lab, School Resource Officer (SRO) Lindsey Michels is available as a resource and can be reached at Ripon High School at 920-748-4616.