School Involvement

School Involvement

View Ridge has a very unique program, which benefits the greater Seattle community in a variety of ways.  We call it our Mentor Group Program where an older grade is paired with a younger grade for the school year.  They meet regularly to work on “buddy” projects, focusing on making Seattle a better place.  Sometimes they will conduct food drives, tour neighborhood businesses to get abetter grasp of what goes on behind the scenes, make cards for senior centers, etc.  It’s whatever they come up with as a group, and the discussions can be very lively.  One of our most popular Mentor Group activities is when the entire school works together to collect new and warm socks for the clients of the downtown Urban Rest Stop, delivered in February with hand-made Valentine’s Day Cards.


PTA

View Ridge is also fortunate to have an extremely active and committed PTA.  Their support is invaluable to the success and well being of our staff and students.  Please visit the View Ridge PTA link, www.viewridgeschool.org to learn more about this dedicated group of volunteers, and all they do to make us the school we are today.

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