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Candy Grams are on sale from Dec. 6-9.  Students can order candy grams in the library during lunch. They need to have money with them to go to the library. Parents can order a candy gram by contacting Stacy Sorensen Haight through Facebook messenger and then Venmo her (@Stacy-Haight) for the total amount of the candy grams. This is not a fundraiser - the candy grams are sold for what the PTA buys them for.  This is simply something fun for the kids to do for each other.  Parents, please keep your orders between 1-5 items so that we can  have enough supplies for the kids to buy candy grams for each other.  *If the item you request is sold out we will substitute something that costs the equivalent amount of money. 

 

There is something for everyone at the bookfair this week: adventure, sci-fi, best-selling, and even "laugh-out-loud" stories. Visit the Library before school, during lunch, and after school. Don't miss out; it ends Friday, December 10th. You can also shop online at our Virtual Book Fair. All orders ship directly to your home, and shipping is free for book orders over $25. Visit the Book Fair homepage to learn more and get started with eWallet and online shopping. We are also still looking for volunteers and would love to have your help! Click on the link below to sign up or to order items online.

https://www.scholastic.com/bf/sunsetridgemiddleschool

Winter Choir Performance

Do you hear what I hear? The choir will be singing beautiful music at their performance in the auditorium Tuesday night at 6:00. Please join us through the north doors. 

Winter Band/Orchestra Performance

It’s the most wonderful time of year, especially when the bands and orchestras are playing. Join us  for their performance Thursday night at 6:00. Please enter through the north doors. 

November 19 is Flex Friday. Students will be learning online on that day unless they have been invited to meet with a teacher in-person. If a students hasn't been invited but would like to attend, ask a teacher to invite you so you can get extra help. Students and parents can check the Hero app to see the sessions they are invited to attend. Here is the schedule.

On October 29, students may dress up in school-appropriate Halloween costumes.  No full-face masks or full face paint will be allowed, and at least half of the face should be visible and recognizable. Costumes should conform to dress code and not have any weapons. If you have any questions regarding costumes, please have your student check with a member of the administration.