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Picture make-up days are coming soon! Wednesday, March 3 and Thursday, March 4. Please pre-order online, click here to go to the website. You may see the schedule on the school calendar on this page.
back to school kids with masksWe are so excited to have our In-Person Cohort students back on campus beginning February 22!  A few things to remember...
  • School hours are 7:55-11:55
  • Click on the Distance Learning Tab in principal's message for details of the Phase 3 Schedule
  • Face coverings are required at all times
  • Practice social distancing - please stay on dots when lining up
  • Visitors and volunteers are asked to remain off campus
  • Bring a water bottle
  • Bring gloves for recess time
  • If you have a bus rider, click HERE for schedule (pgs 5-7)
  • Breakfast is available before school or at Nutrition Break (see menu below)
  • Grab and go lunches are available for all students as they leave campus

Enrollment starting January 15th!
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New Student Enrollment for the Fall 2021-2022 school year begins January 15, 2021!
Enroll Your Student Online for TK and Kindergarten through 5th Grade! 
Please use the button below for information to enroll NEW students for the current 2020-21 school year. Enrollment opens on January 15th.  Existing students do not need to re-enroll for the next school year. 
Hello Skyridge Families,
This is Principal Laurie Balsano Wright with your Falcon Flyer for the upcoming week. We have a very busy week ahead. Please take a moment to read over all the information.
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Curbside Meal Pick-Up at Skyridge
Please note a change in the curbside meal pick-up schedule. Meal pick-up is now on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:30-1:15 pm.
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Auburn 49er Lion's Club Reading Project
Skyridge School is excited to once again partner with the Auburn 49er Lions Club to promote daily reading and to build excitement for our students to become life-long readers. The goal of the Reading Project is to increase reading motivation and to encourage students to read every day during the month of March. Our project kick-off is Tuesday, March 2, 2021, which is Read Across America Day (which is also Dr. Seuss' birthday). We will celebrate all week long with SPIRIT DAYS, starting March 1. Students are encouraged to read daily and will complete a Reading Oath for the month of March. At the end of the month, one lucky student in each grade level (1st - 5th) will receive a Kindle, donated by the Lion's Club. All students will be entered in the drawing and have an opportunity to win.
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Women's History Month
The month of March is dedicated to celebrating women from history and today. Click here for online resources for children of all ages.
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Special Spring Event at Wellness Together
These events are scheduled for every Thusday in March! There are so many useful topics to learn about: "The Social Dilemma", "Social Media and our Kids", "Building Resilient Educators, Students, and Families", and more! Click here for all the details of the exciting event!
Two Outstanding Opportunities to Access Support for our Children
Road To Wellness evidentce-based psychoeductaion groups (RTW) are designed for adolescents experiencing anxiety, stress, depression, anger, sleep disorders, fatigue, guilt, or other feelings affecting their health and wellbeing. Participants build key coping skills, which help them more deeply explore their patterns of negative thinking that lead to self-destructive actions and subsequently develop more beneficial solutions and outcomes. 
Camp Cope-A-Lot is an evidence-based 12-module online program for use with children suffering from anxiety. The computer program provides cognitive behavioral therapy techniques (based on the Evidence-Based Coping Cat treatment) for Elementary School age children experiencing anxiety and stress. Clinical facilitators will guide students through 6 group sessions and offer another 6 groups that students can advance through at their own pace. 
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ELPAC Testing, March 15-19
ELPAC stands for the English Language Proficiency Assessment for California, and this test determines English proficiency. All English Learners will take this assessment. To help prepare our students, it is important to get a good night's rest of 8 hours or more, eat a healthy meal before coming to school, and arrive on time. 
Exciting Events for the Week of February 22:
Monday, March 1
Read a SILLY Story and wear a SILLY outfit
Tuesday, March 2
Read a book about a famous American and dress like them! Inventor, Educator, Celebrity, and more!
Trivia at Nutritional Break
Virtual Dance Club, 2:30 pm
Wednesday, March 3
Read about and influential athlete and wear something to represent your favorite sport's team
Picture Retake Day 1 (see schedule above)
Virtual Storytime with Mrs. Dykema
Thursday, March 4
Read about a different culture. Wear something to represent your family's culture or hometown.
Picture Retake Day 2 (see schedule above)
Skyridge PTC Virtual Meeting 
Join by phone
‪(US) +1 617-675-4444‬ PIN: ‪451 648 082 4454‬#
Friday, March 5
Read your favorite book and wear your favorite color.
Virtual Java with the Principal  8-9 am 
Join by phone
‪(US) +1 260-303-7950‬ PIN: ‪915 071 768‬#
Important School Information
Toolbox Tool for March
March will focus on one Toolbox Tool, the Apology and Forgiveness Tool. Please find Mrs. Jacobson's Mindful Moments Newsletter here.
PTC News
Farm Fresh to you - Skyridge Fundraiser
Share our link with family & friends. Farm Fresh To You
Amazon Smile Be sure to sign up and select Skyridge as your school
Important Resources for Skyridge Families
Important Resources for Skyridge Families
2-1-1: This service offers a variety of community resources, such as COVID pandemic resources, essential needs, crisis/emergency and more.
Latino Leadership Council: This organization offers vital programs to improve the lives of Latino families.
KIDS First: Through family resource centers located in Auburn and Roseville, this agency offers counseling, education, intervention, advocacy and more.
Important Contacts for Skyridge Families:
Skyrige Wellness Team
Please welcome Brittney Larson, Family Support Specialist, as the newest member of our Falcon Family. Brittney will be on Skyridge Campus on Tuesday, Wednesday and alternating Mondays. She will work with Mrs. Kaiser in our Wellness Center. 
Amanda Jacobsons, Mental Health Specialist -
Stephanie Kaiser, Mental Health Specialist -
Michael Abramovitz, Psychologist -
Thank you for your continued support!
Together We Can
Mrs. Laurie Balsano Wright

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