Congratulations to the Blue Ridge Scholastic Bowl team for being the 2018 Parkland Challenge runner up. 63-22 record overall. Congratulatons to Mr. Miles and the team. Way to go Knights!!
almost 5 years ago, Nancy Hoffman
Biscuits & Gravy will be served at the home softball game tomorrow morning. $1.25/serving and starts @ 9 and the game starts @ 10. Softball team and coaches eat FREE!
almost 5 years ago, Kristi Woliung
Come visit the Schneider Elementary Paws for Books Read Night next week! Read Night April 26th from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM & Read to a Special Person Day April 27th between 8:30 AM and 3:30 PM. http://www.scholastic.com/bf/rmsblue
almost 5 years ago, Ryan Peyton
Come support the BRHS Cheerleaders at Portillo's in Champaign on Tuesday, April 24 from 5-8 p.m. Show this flyer on your phone and 20% of the proceeds go to the Cheerleaders. Thanks in advance for your support!
almost 5 years ago, Nancy Hoffman
Come support the BRHS Cheerleaders at Portillo's in Champaign on Tuesday, April 24 from 5-8 p.m. Show this flyer on your phone and 20% of the proceeds go to the Cheerleaders. Thanks in advance for your support!
BRIJHS student, Alexis Wike, broke the 7th grade girls high jump record on Saturday at the Corpus Christi Invitational Track Meet jumping 4'6". The previous record of 4'5" was held by Heather Courson and had been standing for the past 32 years. Congratulations Alexis!!!
almost 5 years ago, Andrea Weedman
Today's baseball and softball games at LeRoy have been rescheduled to Monday, May 7th.
almost 5 years ago, Nancy Hoffman
Blue Ridge Intermediate Junior High Track Pictures have been re-scheduled for Wednesday, April 25th. They will be taken during the practice on that day. Picture forms will be sent home Monday.
almost 5 years ago, Andrea Weedman
So many great poems shared by our talented 1st graders today at their Poetry Cafe!
almost 5 years ago, Ryan Peyton
Board of Education meeting on 4/18. Go to www.blueridge18.org for more details. Click on Menu, Board of Education, Board Agendas/Minutes, and choose a meeting.
almost 5 years ago, Kristi Woliung
One final celebratory photo from National Library Week! Have a great weekend!
almost 5 years ago, Susan Wilson
Schneider Students visit the Library
Always something fun happening in the BR Libraries
almost 5 years ago, Susan Wilson
Debbie helping with a book
Amy teaching lessons in the BRIJHS Library
The BRHS Library is a great place to be!
Updated information on safety issue is now posted at http://5il.co/3588
almost 5 years ago, Susan Wilson
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almost 5 years ago, Susan Wilson
BLue Ridge Schools have been made aware of the attached notice from local law enforcement. We are gathering information and will issue additional details when they become available.
almost 5 years ago, Susan Wilson
Come into a BR Library for a friendly face!
almost 5 years ago, Susan Wilson
Megan in the BRIJHS Library
It's National Library Week! When you get a chance, thank one of our wonderful district librarians!
almost 5 years ago, Susan Wilson
Library Ladies getting into books!
Elizabeth in the BRHS Library
Heather in the BRIJHS Library
The Boys and Girls Track meets at GCMS are cancelled for today. The Baseball and Softball games are still on. The girls track will have a short practice. There will be no boys track practice.
almost 5 years ago, Nancy Hoffman
Message from Coalition for Bright Futures, underage drinking prevention program: http://5il.co/3460
almost 5 years ago, Susan Wilson
Coalition for Bright Futures Poster
The BACC Spring Spotlight features BR students, Mason Phillips & Douglas Kramer, Technical Honor Society inductees; and Rebekah Kilpatrick, perfect attendance! Way to go! http://5il.co/3485
almost 5 years ago, Susan Wilson
Saturday's softball and baseball Double headers vs. Georgetown Ridge-Farm have been cancelled. Today's varsity baseball and softball games vs. Heyworth have been postponed to tomorrow (Saturday) with a noon start time.
almost 5 years ago, Nancy Hoffman