Come dressed in your pajamas for a magical night aboard the Polar Express in the MPR. Be sure to bring comfy blankets and chairs to set up for watching the movie. Doors open at 5:15 pm, movie starts at 6:15 pm. $5 includes admission plus 3 tickets. Following items available for 1 ticket:
Decorate your own cookie booth
Additional tickets available for purchase.
All proceeds for this event go towards the 5th grade trip to Camp Augusta.
We had a very enthusiastic, energetic, and positive first trimester awards assembly this morning. We would like to thank our teachers, staff, and parents for working so hard to give our students a high quality education at Skyridge. Many awards were given for Superintendents and Principals Honor Roll for grades 4 and 5. We also gave out rewards for perfect attendance from TK through grade 5. Attendance is very important so students can participate fully and successfully in all of our programs.
Awards were given to students who participated in Cross Country, Change Makers Club, and Dance Club. Mrs. Soares awarded students with special medals for the Jog-a-Thon categories. I will post the categories and winners on FB later today. Please do see our pictures from the assembly on our AUSD SR FB Page.
A special thank you to Mrs. Soares and Mrs. Riddle. Mrs. Riddle took all of the pictures of the Jog-a-Thon and Mrs. Soares put together a wonderful presentation for each grade level. Our students enjoyed seeing themselves in the pictures. The room was full of excitement and pride.
A big thank you to Trekkers. They are still going.
The winter weather is upon us and we would like to encourage winter wear for all of our students. We want to keep them all safe, warm, and healthy. It is darker in the morning and we need to remind everyone that we are not on duty until 7:35 am. If you are here before this time please stay with your child.
We have many items in Lost and Found and would like to encourage you to come and check them out if you are missing anything. We will keep the clothes until Dec. 21st. After that we will take them to be donated. If you or your child selected a gift tag from the office tree please remember that all gifts are due in the office by Tuesday morning December 11th.
Our big and final school wide project and student celebration for 2018 will be our Winter Concerts.
Skyridge Elementary School Winter Concert Times
TK Winter Concert in room # 2 on Friday, Dec. 21st 11:45 am to 12:15 pm.
KG Winter Concert in the MPR on Friday, Dec. 21st 8:15 am Mrs. Emerson and 9:15 Mrs. Rudig.
1st Grade in the MPR on Friday, Dec. 14th at 1 pm.
2nd Grade in the MPR on Wednesday, Dec. 19th at 6 pm.
3rd Grade in the MPR on Monday, Dec. 17th at 6 pm.
4/5th Grade in the MPR on Thursday, Dec. 20th at 1 pm.
Tomorrow we will have Breakfast with Santa and our Math League Competition. We wish our Math League students and Mrs. Morris the best of luck for the competition and are proud that SR is represented.
Next week we will have the Polar Express Movie Night. This is also a 5th grade fundraiser for the Camp Augusta Trip. Doors open at 5:15 pm.
We will practice a Lock Down and Fire Drill on Wednesday, December 12th. Do not be alarmed as this is only a drill. We practice drills every month but will always inform you before a lock down drill. This way you can speak to your children about it.
We are proud to share that several of our EL students will celebrate their re-classification from English Language Learners to having well developed English skills that meet the California English Language Development Standards (ELD). Twenty percent of our district's students are EL students. The new ELPAC test is a vigorous test that measures the students English abilities in reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
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.
Union serves the foothill community of Auburn, located 40 miles
northeast of Sacramento on the western slope of the California High
Sierra. AUSD educates 2100 students in preschool through eighth grade
at four elementary schools (Alta Vista Community Charter, Auburn
Elementary, Rock Creek and Skyridge), and one middle school (E.V. Cain