Shaler Academy

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Ridgefield Public Schools challenge students to grow to their fullest potentials while helping them discover themselves and their special places in the world.

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  • Annual Holiday Sing-a-long

    On December 20th and 21st, Mrs. Maida Wiseman lead all of our students at Bergen Boulevard School and Shaler Academy in our annual holiday sing-a long.

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  • Ridgefield Memorial High School Jazz Band

    Headed by Mr. Matt Tracey, the Ridgefield Memorial High School Jazz Band visited both Bergen Boulevard School and Shaler Academy to perform for all of our students.

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  • Gingerbread Fun

    In the spirit of the holidays, several of our Shaler Academy classes, with the assistance of our related services listened to and acted out the short story, “The Gingerbread Man”.

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  • TURKEY TROT

    On Wednesday, November 23rd students in Grades Pre-K-2 and our Learning Center participated in our annual Turkey Trot.

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  • THANKSGIVING SING-A-LONG

    On Tuesday and Wednesday, November 22nd and 23rd, all students in grades Pre-K-2 and our Learning Center participated in our annual Thanksgiving Sing-a-long.

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  • HAPPY HALLOWEEN

    Shaler Academy celebrated with their annual Ragamuffin Parade and sign-a-long.

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  • FIRE PREVENTION DAY

    On Tuesday, October 11th, with the cooperation of the Ridgefield Fire Department, Shaler Academy and Bergen Boulevard School participated in Fire Prevention Day.

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  • PTA UPCOMING EVENTS

    Please see the attached flyer to get the latest deadlines and events sponsored by our Elementary PTA.

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  • Second Question Information - Vote on November 8, 2016

    According to the New Jersey Department of Education, for the past decade, Ridgefield Public Schools have operated at an average state of inadequacy totaling $1.2 million per year. Too many years of zero budget increases and fairly recent 2 percent caps on tax levy revenues have crippled and eroded our system, shrinking our human capacity. Against all odds, we have made significant gains and built a relatively good system. But without restoring our funding and several critical positions, we will never achieve our potential of becoming a great school system that serves each and every student well. Click the image to read more...

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