Summer Reading Challenge 2015
The Challenge runs from today through June 1st. Both the minutes read at school and at home count and need to be recorded on the log by students and/or parents. For our kindergarten students, the minutes they read with parents or parents read to them counts! Parents must initial the log sheets daily. Log sheets are due each week on Mondays (or Tuesday for the week of Memorial Day). We will NOT accept late logs, so if you forget your log, your minutes will not count towards our grand total.
If we beat last year’s record of 593,507 minutes, we will have a special assembly after Red and White day to watch Mrs. Hart get dunked. Some students will earn the opportunity to try to dunk Mrs. Hart. To qualify for an opportunity, you must read the most minutes in your homeroom for all 3 weeks (minutes will be tabulated). Also, classroom teachers will select another student from each room who show a great effort in reading during the challenge to throw a pitch. The classroom with the most minutes read will have more students selected at random to try to dunk Mrs. Hart. Basically the more we read, the more opportunities we have to try and dunk Mrs. Hart!
Good luck Spring Ridge!!!
3rd Quarter Report Cards
In order to access the Skyward site you will need to know your username and password. If you have lost this information, the individual school buildings are not permitted to send home the log-in information with students or provide the information over the telephone. The only way the schools can provide this information to individual parents is in person at your child’s school. Each parent requesting log-in information will need to show photo identification to office personnel.
Fourth Grade Wax Museum
Dads: Be a Hero for A Day!
Be a Watch D.0.G.!
Dads of Great Students spend a day at school helping children in classrooms, with small groups and one-on-one. They do flashcards, read, listen, play games and more. They have lunch, specials and an academic class with their own children. Most of all, these dads connect with kids, letting them know by their very presence that the men in their community care about them and their education!