programs

programs

Dual-Credit Programs

We offer multiple dual-credit programs that allow students to obtain college and high school credit. The Allied Health Certificate comprises six courses for up to 15 college units. Chemistry offers 3 college units. We offer four English courses, with up to 16 college units available, which help prepare our students even more for the rigors of college. Our Industrial Arts program currently offers 7 college units but we are hoping to expand soon offering up to 19 college units. Students interested in business and management are encouraged to take our accounting class. We also provide Individualized Online College Courses (Expanded Options Program) for students who have demonstrated the skill and motivation to take these advanced courses.

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Student completes some welding for the RHS showers.
  • Student completes some welding for the RHS showers.

    Dual-Credit Programs

    We offer multiple dual-credit programs that allow students to obtain college and high school credit. The Allied Health Certificate comprises six courses for up to 15 college units. Chemistry offers 3 college units. We offer four English courses, with up to 16 college units available, which help prepare our students even more for the rigors of college. Our Industrial Arts program currently offers 7 college units but we are hoping to expand soon offering up to 19 college units. Students interested in business and management are encouraged to take our accounting class. We also provide Individualized Online College Courses (Expanded Options Program) for students who have demonstrated the skill and motivation to take these advanced courses.

  • RES School Family

    Creating School Family

    Conscious Discipline is an evidence-based program for effective social and emotional learning programs that have demonstrated statistically significant positive impacts on student behavioral outcomes and/or academic achievement. We recognize that school climate impacts all achievement, and we aim to build cooperation, willingness, and responsibility. Conscious Discipline’s four essential components include Creating the School Family, Brain State Model, Seven Skills of Discipline, and Seven Powers for Conscious Adults.

  • Teacher and student celebrates with a high five.

    Every Student Every Day

    All Riddle Junior/Senior High School our students begin their day in a small homeroom of about 10 students of varying grade levels, with one staff member. One of our main goals is to make certain every student has personal contact with a staff member every school day, in addition to connecting with students outside their normal peer group. We have found it to be a very successful, home-grown program.

  • Junior high band celebrates during the holidays.

    The Arts

    Band is available for fifth- through twelfth-grade students (beginning band, sixth-grade band, junior high band, and high school concert band). Drama and Just Us are available for students in seventh- through twelfth-grade. The Riddle Drama Club produces at least one stage play a year. Just Us performances are geared to elementary students and incorporate drama in a way that keeps students interested and engaged. Our World/Cultural Arts & Crafts program allows students to study different locations, time periods, and cultures through recreating the crafts. Additionally, we are fortunate to offer pottery as an elective. Riddle Elementary students create artwork, too. We will be highlighting some of their artwork throughout the year.

  • Volleyball

    Athletics

    Riddle Irish Fall Sports are in full swing! Junior High includes: Football (Coach Dustin Lewis) and Volleyball (Coach Melissa Lewis) High School includes: Football (Coach Jason Luft) and Volleyball (Coach Shantelle Weakley)

  • RES School Family

    Creating School Family

    Conscious Discipline is an evidence-based program for effective social and emotional learning programs that have demonstrated statistically significant positive impacts on student behavioral outcomes and/or academic achievement. We recognize that school climate impacts all achievement, and we aim to build cooperation, willingness, and responsibility. Conscious Discipline’s four essential components include Creating the School Family, Brain State Model, Seven Skills of Discipline, and Seven Powers for Conscious Adults.

  • Teacher and student celebrates with a high five.

    Every Student Every Day

    All Riddle Junior/Senior High School our students begin their day in a small homeroom of about 10 students of varying grade levels, with one staff member. One of our main goals is to make certain every student has personal contact with a staff member every school day, in addition to connecting with students outside their normal peer group. We have found it to be a very successful, home-grown program.

  • Junior high band celebrates during the holidays.

    The Arts

    Band is available for fifth- through twelfth-grade students (beginning band, sixth-grade band, junior high band, and high school concert band). Drama and Just Us are available for students in seventh- through twelfth-grade. The Riddle Drama Club produces at least one stage play a year. Just Us performances are geared to elementary students and incorporate drama in a way that keeps students interested and engaged. Our World/Cultural Arts & Crafts program allows students to study different locations, time periods, and cultures through recreating the crafts. Additionally, we are fortunate to offer pottery as an elective. Riddle Elementary students create artwork, too. We will be highlighting some of their artwork throughout the year.

  • Volleyball

    Athletics

    Riddle Irish Fall Sports are in full swing! Junior High includes: Football (Coach Dustin Lewis) and Volleyball (Coach Melissa Lewis) High School includes: Football (Coach Jason Luft) and Volleyball (Coach Shantelle Weakley)

STAFF SPOTLIGHT

Russell Hobson

Mr. Hobson joined RHS in the fall of 2002 as a Social Studies Teacher. He's beginning a new journey for 2022-23 school year as the new JR/SR Principal.

- Russell Hobson

Dave Gianotti, RES principal and RSD superintendent

Mr. Gianotti began working in Riddle in 2004 and is currently the Elementary Principal, Superintendent and Maintenance Director of the school district. “I would personally like to thank the Riddle community and parents for their support. We are fortunate to be able to work with these great kids!”

- Dave Gianotti

Amy Chandler

Ms. Amy began as a Title I Aide in 2005. She eventually moved into the position of Office Secretary. She wears several hats in the district and has been invaluable in getting the 2022-2023 school year up and running. She prides herself in positive communication between herself, parents and students.

- Amy Chandler - Elementary

Coach Luft

Mr. Luft teaches Health & Team Sports; Coaches HS Football and JH Track. He served 20 years in the US Army with multiple combat deployments. ‘It’s my honor to teach in Riddle. My goal is to be a positive role model for our students.’ ‘If you think training is hard…try losing.’ Davee Jones

- Jason Luft - High School

Corina

Corina keeps our JR/SR school building clean and students fed, working as a custodian and in the cafeteria. She’s full of a unique spunk we all enjoy. 'I absolutely LOVE my job!'

- Corina Hobson - High School

Lavelda

Lavelda has been a pillar at the high school for over two decades. Beginning a new school year is no easy task and Lavelda does it all with a smile. ‘Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying ‘I will try again tomorrow.’’

- Lavelda Schuyler - High School