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Cedar Ridge Elementary
Welcome to Cedar Ridge Elementary School.
Principal Sherri Fair
Cedar Ridge Elementary School
9817 S. Mingo Road
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74133-5123
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Monday-Thursday: 8:25 a.m. to 3:10 p.m.
Friday: 8:50 a.m. to 3:10 p.m.
Main Phone: 918-357-4331 / Fax: 918-357-8600
Cedar Ridge Elementary News
Fall Community Education classes offered
Enroll in fall Community Education classes! Union Community Education is a great way to expand your learning, fitness and talents. Our program offers after-school and evening classes in art, science, and exercise for students. Our staff of teachers and instructors strive to give you the best possible experience. Hurry and enroll! Class sizes are limited! continue reading
Community Education will keep you on your toes
Take a Community Education class after school! It may keep you on your toes! Says one mom: "The teachers are consistently positive, encouraging and loving. Every teacher that we have had through the years has been someone I am pleased my daughter has as an influence and roll model in her life." continue reading
Watch your speed; Union students appreciate it
Please watch your speed in neighborhoods and around schools. School zones are 25MPH with tickets automatically booked to court. #Tulsa— City of Tulsa (@cityoftulsagov) August 29, 2016
Reminder: Late Start Friday!
Remember it's a late start Friday. All schools, except the Early Childhood Center, start later this Friday---and every Friday---to allow teachers time to collaborate on individualizing your child’s instruction. continue reading
Community Education classes are wonderful says a mom; enroll now
Why should my child participate in a Community Education class? Because they are wonderful, says parent Carolyn Mathieson. “My son, AJ, has been enjoying the classes at Peters Elementary for years and it is always his first choice for the continuing education classes and summer camps,” Mathieson said. ... Enroll now! continue reading
Union employees urged to Go Light the World at back-to-school kickoff
"Supporting public education must be perceived as a moral imperative to sustaining a bright future for our children in Oklahoma and our country. We must continue to remind our state leaders and policymakers about the exponential value of such an investment," Superintendent Dr. Kirt Hartzler told more than 2,000 employees at kickoff Wednesday. "Public schools are a vital part of the American dream!" His speech and selected photos as well as a special video inside.
Dads help welcome Cedar Ridge students on the first day of school
Dads came out to show their support for students - forming a welcome line in the lobby at Cedar Ridge - for the first day of school this morning. It was quite exciting.
Excellence in all we do
Union Schools: Excellence in ALL We Do! https://t.co/3NBybsdK1e— Union Schools (@UnionSchools) August 22, 2016
School starts Monday, Aug. 22
Think safety as you drive near schools
Union, Tulsa city and other area school leaders want students, parents and other drivers to think safety with the start of school at many Tulsa area districts this week and next.