School News

  • CAMPUS CLOSED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE SCHOOL YEAR

    As a proactive measure to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, all Sacramento County school campuses are closed for the remainder of the school year. Click on the link for updates on distance learning, meals for students in need, and other common questions.

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  • SPRING BREAK - NO SCHOOL

    Spring Break is still scheduled to take place Monday, April 6th - Monday, April 13th. Distance Learning will resume on Tuesday, April 14th.

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  • SCHOOLOGY (DISTANCE LEARNING) INFORMATION

    Click on the link for detailed information about distance learning through the Web-based learning management system, Schoology.

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  • ACCELERATED READER

    Students can now take Accelerated Reader (AR) quizzes at home. Click on the link for more information.

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  • FREE ONLINE BOOKS FOR STUDENTS & THEIR FAMILIES

    Click on the link for a list of websites that offer free online books.

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  • CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION: ENRICHMENT RESOURCES

    Click on the link for the district's list of free enrichment resources available to students and families during this time of extended school closure.

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  • STATE TESTING INFORMATION (GRADES 3-5)

    Although state testing has been suspended this year due to widespread school closures, you can still use the practice CAASPP tests as a learning tool. Click on the link to access grade level CAASPP practice tests.

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  • NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION

    Click on the link for detailed information about kindergarten and new 1st-5th grade student registration for the 2020-2021 school year.

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  • STAY CONNECTED THROUGH FACEBOOK AND INSTAGRAM

    During the extended school closure, stay connected to Gold Ridge through Facebook and Instagram. Click on the link for more information.

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  • PARENT CO-OP PRESCHOOL

    Click on the link to learn about our Parent Co-Op Preschool.

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  • HAVE YOU MOVED?

    If you have moved, please contact the office to update your information. Click on the link for details.

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  • YEARBOOK INFORMATION

    The deadline to pre-order a 2019-2020 Gold Ridge yearbook has been extended through April 4th. Click on the link to pre-order a yearbook online through the Gold Ridge PTA portal for $30. If you don't already have a PTA portal account, you will need to create one and link your student to the account. After distribution of pre-ordered yearbooks in late May, a limited number of yearbooks may be available for purchase on a first-come, first-served basis, for $30.

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  • THE PTA NEEDS YOU!

    Many of the wonderful programs and events at Gold Ridge would not be possible without the amazing work of dedicated PTA volunteers. Click on the link to see how you can get involved and make a difference. Email our current PTA president if you're interested in becoming a PTA board member or committee chairperson for the 2020-2021 school year. Please note, the PTA General Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, March 18th has been canceled.

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  • LIBRARY WISH LIST

    Many students are asking for new library books and Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. Harding are also trying to focus on adding more books that reflect all the students at Gold Ridge. Click on the link to view the wish list of books at Amazon.com. Books purchased from the wish list will be delivered directly to the Gold Ridge Library. Thank you for your generosity!

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  • CROSSING GUARD/SAFETY PATROL TEAM

    Gold Ridge is building a volunteer Crossing Guard/Safety Patrol Team. The purpose of the team is to monitor the three crosswalks adjacent to campus and to assist students with walking safely from the Loading Zone to the Amphitheater during the 8:10-8:25 AM morning drop-off. If you would like to be part of our Crossing Guard/Safety Patrol Team, click on the link for more information.

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  • BICYCLE OR SCOOTER TO SCHOOL

    If your child would like to ride a bicycle or scooter to school please complete a Bicycle/Scooter Permission Form and submit it to the school office. Permission slips are available in the office or you can click on the link to download and print the form at home.

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  • ARRIVAL AND DISMISSAL PROCEDURES

    Gold Ridge Elementary has established procedures to ensure student safety and an orderly transition during arrival and dismissal. Click on the link for detailed information.

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  • VISITOR AND VOLUNTEER GUIDELINES

    Visitor and volunteer guidelines have been put in place to ensure student safety and to minimize disruption during classroom instruction. Click on the link for detailed information.

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  • SCHOOL ATTENDANCE & INDEPENDENT STUDY AGREEMENTS

    All student absences must be reported to the school office. An Independent Study Agreement can be filled out in advance for a planned absence of at least 5 consecutive school days. Click on the link for detailed information about reporting daily absences and about Independent Study Agreements.

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  • PAYING FOR SCHOOL LUNCH

    Effective Monday, December 2, 2019, Food Services will begin using a new software program, Titan School Solutions, for online meal services. Click on the link for detailed information about paying for school lunch online or with cash or check.

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