Ridgefield Students Stand Up to Kindness: Project Empty Bowl & The Children's Hour Benefit Ridgefield Food Pantry

Ridgefield Public School students stand up for kindness!

“When we openly celebrate the wonderfully diverse classrooms that we have in our community, it helps to make every student feel welcome and safe, and illustrates to them that we are more powerful when we choose to promote love instead of hate.” - Dr. Karen Baldwin

One need not look far to witness kindness in our school community. Students at Ridgebury Elementary made kindness commitments, RHS students are sending gifts to first responders, East Ridge students are spreading messages of kindness with rocks, and Veterans Park students are getting a special acknowledgment for kind deeds. Read more!

This just in…. you too can stand up for kindness on Thursday, November 9, enjoy a simple meal and evening of theater at Ridgefield High School with “Project Empty Bowl” and “The Children’s Hour”- a benefit for the Ridgefield Food Pantry.