Columbia Ridge Handbook
Columbia Ridge Elementary Families:
Columbia Ridge is a wonderful place to learn, grow and succeed. We hope your child finds their time at Columbia Ridge to be rewarding and memorable. Our staff is dedicated to helping every student. We believe it takes a team approach. Our school motto is “All staff, all students, all the time.” Together we can help every child succeed.
We are committed to helping your child be successful socially, emotionally, and academically. We believe each child is capable of reaching their potential and we are determined to find the path to help them be successful. We strive at Columbia Ridge to teach teamwork, promote kindness and strive for success for all students.
It is my hope that the information in this handbook will answer many of your questions. I encourage you to read this book with your child and to keep it for future reference.
We welcome and encourage families to visit and get involved. We have a very active PTO-Parent Teacher Organization that would welcome your support. Always remember to check in at the office when you come to school so we can provide a safe environment for all.
We put safety first when it comes to your child. Your child is with us for up to seven hours a day and we want to provide the best care for them while at our school. Our caring and dedicated staff is here to help team with you to help your child have a wonderful school experience. If a situation arises that affects your child’s well-being please come and see us.
This is going to be a great year and I hope to see you at our many school events.
Principal, Columbia Ridge Elementary
Review general information for the school year, including attendance and dress code.
Find school nurses, health procedures and release of student information.
Student conduct expectations for activities, sports and clubs for the next school year.
Columbia Ridge Elementary: (509) 754-2882
Grant County Mental Health Crisis Line: (509) 765-1717
or Text "Home" to 741741
24-Hour Crisis Line: Call or Text 968
SafeSchools Tip-Line: (509) 761-3273
or email firstname.lastname@example.org