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Soon after the break, we will be celebrating The Great Kindness Challenge as a district (Jan. 22-26).  We are SUPER excited about this, and there will be more information to follow!

As part of this initiative, we will be selling "Kindness is Contagious" t-shirts starting Thursday, Dec. 7 through Thursday, Dec. 14.  Look for order forms to come home this week with students. They are soft shirts and are available in two colors--navy frost and gray frost-- and 2 styles. 

Please see the attached picture and order form. Contact Amy Cozens or Amy Hill with any questions.  
CRI's Student Newspaper - The Ridge Review
Students in Ms. Cullen's enrichment class have created a school newspaper.  All articles are researched, written, and edited by the students.   Newspaper? ?reporters? ?Jessica? ?Kelsey? ?and? ?Brody? ?Feldman? ?from? ?the? ?Mustang? ?Times? ?came? ?to? ?speak? ?to? ?Mrs.? ?Cullen’s? ?enrichment? ?ELA classes? ?about? ?the? ?career? ?of? ?journalism, as well.
  Ridge Review - 2nd Quarter 
Ridge Review - 1st Quarter
Take pictures of your receipts and Canyon Ridge will receive money!
Jessica Wilkes - 2016-2017 CRI Teacher of the Year
 Ms. Jessica Wilkes was selected by the faculty and staff of Canyon Ridge Intermediate as the Teacher of the Year for 2016-2017. 
2016 School Profile Released
The Oklahoma State Department of Education Office of Educational Quality and Accountability provides this report regarding Canyon Ridge students' performance. Information is based on the 2015 Oklahoma Core Curriculum Test (OCCT) scores and community data gathered from U.S. Census and other agencies.  This report does not reflect the scores of the state tests taken this past spring. 2016. We are proud of the accomplishments of our students and applaud our staff for the dedicated efforts.

2016 School Profile - Canyon Ridge Intermediate
Nurse's Nook
  If your child is not feeling well, your physician is the best person to consult about whether she can go to school. Common sense, con­cern for your child's well-being, and the possibility of infecting classmates should all contribute to the decision about whether your child should stay home.

As general guidelines, keep her home if:
  • she has a fever
  • she is not well enough to participate in class
  • you think she may be contagious to other children
If your child has been ill but is feeling better, yet has still awak­ened with a minor problem, such as a runny nose or slight head­ache, you can send her to school if none of the three circumstances listed above is present. Even so, make sure the school and your child have a phone number where you can be reached during the day if more serious symptoms develop and she needs to return home.
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3600 South Sara Road
Mustang, OK  73064
906 South Heights Drive
Mustang, OK 73064 
Phone: (405) 256-6955
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Upcoming Events
Winter Break
Mon Dec 18 2017
to Fri Dec 22 2017
Winter Break
Mon Dec 25 2017
to Fri Dec 29 2017
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