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Sunset Ridge is excited to announce that we will be offering Summer Camp classes this year! We will be offering both recovery credit and original credit. There is no cost for either recovery or original credit.

Here is some important information to know:

  • Two different sessions will be offered. The first will run from June 14-25, and the second will run from July 7-21.
  • Classes will be held Monday-Friday, with five classes each day. The class times are as follows:

  • Elective classes offered in June (original credit only):
    • Tour of Art
    • Yoga
    • Ballet
    • Photography
    • Reading
    • PST - Must take two sessions, either 1 and 2 or 4 and 5.
  • Elective classes offered in July (original credit only):
  • Bussing will be available. The location of the bus stop is TBD. The bus will drop off at SRMS at 8:30 and pick up students at 12:30.
  • There will be no food served during summer school.
  • Classes will be filled on a first come, first served basis.

Interested? Want to learn more? Contact your students counselor!

Attention Students!

Summer classes are now open for registration through Utah Students Connect! These classes are $46.50 per quarter credit ($93 per semester). Fill out this registration form and registration policy sheet and return it to your counselor.

Are you considering taking classes online full time or part time next year? Check out our new virtual academies! Kelsey Peak Middle School will be serving 7th and 8th grade students, and Kings Peak High School will be serving 9th thru 12th grade students.

Tips for Calmness and reducing Anxiety

  1. Talk openly and honestly about feelings and thoughts, anxiety is rooted in uncertainty about the future. In order to speak honestly about the virus, it’s important to dispel rumors and really stay true to the fact. Check out this data sheet that could help your child understand that we are going to be okay.
  2. Try not to monitor the news constantly – washing your hands and keeping a safe distance is enough to keep you safe, knowing every case and the latest news will not increase your safety and will likely heighten anxiety.
  3. Try to focus on the present moment. Anxiety is rooted in uncertainty about the future and by focusing on the present moment through a breathing exercise, savoring a food, noticing a smell. Trying a regular practice of mindfulness will really help reduce anxiety.
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  4. Stay connected – it’s essential that we don’t isolate. Even if we don’t get together in person we should communicate with friends and loved ones as much as possible.
  5. Try a new hobby, read a book, or play a board game with the … Distraction can be a powerful tool
  6. Try your other tried and true coping strategies, this isn’t the first time any of us have felt anxiety. It’s normal for every person to feel a little anxious from time to time, how did you get through it before? You may be more of an expert than you think at coping with anxiety because it’s a battle you’ve already won.

Stay healthy and be well!

For in-depth videos with ideas for parents and students check out this page

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