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Quest Elementary School offers a dynamic, hands-on, project-based learning environment for 200 students in grades 3-5 in the Ripon Area School District. Quest students are learners who thrive in collaborative, interdisciplinary learning environments and are afforded an opportunity to delve into the exciting world of interactive, inquiry-based project learning. Their learning is enhanced through designing projects that explore personal, real-life issues which students collaboratively share with peers and teacher/facilitators. Community showcase events provide a forum for project presentations.  Autonomous charter school governance attends to the daily operations of Quest Elementary School. Parents and community members, along with educators, utilize democratic decision-making to guide the Quest Governance Council as it leads the school in its mission to benefit students, parents and the community.

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The Movies, The Music – Celebrating over 80 years of Disney Magic! Ladies and Gentlemen! Boys and Girls! Children of all ages! Welcome to the Wonderful World of Disney! Celebrate some of the music that helped make that Disney magic happen with favorite songs from the movies Mary Poppins, The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, Frozen, Tangled, Brave, Lilo and Stitch, Aladdin, and Pocahontas. Come see and hear the Ripon Middle School/Catalyst students perform your favorite Disney song on Thursday, May 26 beginning at 7:00 in the High School Auditorium. The concert is free and open to the public. Come one and all to a magical kingdom where elephants fly, chimney sweeps dance, and every wish you make comes true. Welcome to the happiest place on earth!

 

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MS Band Performance

Congratulations to the Middle School students and Director Bill Nelson for an outstanding musical performance. The progress of the students over the past eight months has been tremendous. Great job! (More photos on Facebook)

 

RHS Band Concert

RHS Band students performed their final concert of the year on Monday, May 9th to a full house. The concert featured selections from a variety of genres that had everyone's toes tapping. Kudos to Mrs. Polcyn and all band members for an excellent performance! (More photos on Facebook)

 

Empty Bowls

Have you made dinner plans for tonight? The Empty Bowls event at Mugs Coffeehouse from 4 - 7 pm is a yummy option for your family. Ceramic bowls created by K-12 students will be sold filled with delicious soup prepared by RHS Foods Class students. The bowl will be yours to keep and only cost $10. All proceeds from this popular event will benefit the Ripon Food Pantry. Hope you can make it!