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A benefit dinner for all Auburn Schools
Thursday, October 18, 5:30-7:30
Skyridge Elementary School, MPR
Tickets available at the door  or in school offices:  $10/adult, $5/child (12 & under), $25/family
Take-out available
Entertainment by Auburn Union Students
Raffle & Silent Auction
This event, activity, or program is not sponsored by AUSD. Approval does not imply endorsement, but is a courtesy service to the community.
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Thank you Skyridge PTC and Soares Family for another fabulous Jog-a-thon!
Now, let's see if we earn enough to see Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Maxwell with green hair!

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Students, staff, and parents enjoyed a brisk walk to school this morning with Auburn First Responders and Mr. Pickles! Thanks to Officer Almeida and County of Placer for organizing this annual event!

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Dear Skyridge families,
October is flying by. Here are some more great projects and educational/fundraising opportunities coming up. Our grade levels are busy taking students on field trips. Next week we will do our annual bus evacuation practice. We look forward to seeing you at our Auburn Education Foundation Spaghetti Dinner which will benefit all of our AUSD students. Our dance team and other classes will be performing for this event. You can purchase tickets in the office.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone and especially the Soares family for another year of a spectacular Jog-a-Thon. We appreciate their kind dedication to this wonderful event which encourages us all to stay fit and healthy. Thank you to all of the parents, staff, and families for supporting this event.  We will see if Mrs. Maxwell and Mrs. Brown will have to die their hair green. All pledges are due by Friday, October 19th. 
We also appreciate PTC supporting our teachers for International Day. Each teacher received a $50 scholarship.
A big thank you to the Kiwani's Club who donated dictionaries to all of our third graders. 
A big thank you to Auburn Police, Fire, and Health Department for organizing our Placer Walks Walk to School event. 
Life Lab Clean Up
This Sunday starting at 10 am.
Book Fair/We need your help
Hello Everyone! The fall Skyridge Scholastic Book Fair will be Oct. 29th to Nov. 2nd and we need volunteers before, during and after school. We also need volunteers for setup on Friday, Oct. 26th 9am-1pm and clean up after 2:30 on Nov. 2nd. Please visit the signup link below to see when we could use your help. Thank you so much! See flyer attached. 
Kids Can Food Drive
We have boxes in the classes for our annual can food drive. The drive will go from October 15 to the 26th. 
Lunch Recess Updates
We gave it a good go for three weeks but will be going back to eating first and playing second. We still believe that playing first and eating second is a very good thing but need to set up the lunch schedule at the beginning of the school year so it will work for all of our employees. Thank you for your understanding. Back to the old schedule on Monday. 
5th Grade Classes
Our fifth grade classes will be raising money for Camp Augusta. Their first fundraiser will be Boo Grams that will go from October 22 through the 31st. 
Camp Augusta Meeting for all 5th grade parents 
October 24th at 6 pm in the MPR. Please attend this very important meeting. 
Student Council
October 26th is our first school spirit day. PJ Day! We will have a friendly competition to see which grade level dresses up the most. We have an awesome council and they are very eager to organize and help with events. 
Halloween Parade
October 31 at 9:15 am. We encourage dressing up but please no masks or pretend weapons.  

Have a beautiful weekend. 
Mrs. Brown
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Welcome to Skyridge Elementary School. At our school, we stand together to place each child at the heart of every decision. All students will be challenged, engaged, and obtain college and career readiness skills for a globally connected society.

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