Our 3rd Annual Sunset Ridge Fun Run will be held Thurs 2/18
Every student should have recieved their Fun Run packet from their teacher and should be actively getting pledges. All money raised stays right at Sunset Ridge and last year's proceeds went to purchase 35 iPads for the campus! Getting pledges are simple as shown by this video:
All pledge envolopes are due by March 4th and if you need new envelopes or have questions, see the front office.
On the day of the race, students should wear comfortable running clothes including tshirts of the appropriate grade level color which are: Pre-K = Green; Kinder = Purple; 1st = Yellow; 2nd = Orange; 3rd = Red; 4th = Blue; 5th = Organge; 6th = Purple; 7th = Red; 8th = Blue
Hawk Shout Out!!
A Hawk Shout Out is an unsolicited special recognition that acknowledges a Sunset Ridge staff member who has demonstrated a special effort, an outstanding job, a caring and sensitive attitude, or has gone the extra mile and soared for Sunset Ridge. If you know somebody like this, please let them know by clicking here!
All pre-orders are done online by clicking here (or the logo above).
The price of pre-ordering the yearbook is $25 until 12/31 and then the price will go up to $27 until 3/31. After 3/31 there will be no more pre-orders online and the books will then be sold the last week of school on a first-come-first serve basis (cash and carry). The price the last week of school will be $30.
Forgotten Items at Home
In an effort to reduce interruptions to instructional time, as well as promote responsibility and accountability with our students, Sunset Ridge will only allow eye glasses, water bottles, medically required items and lunches to be dropped off for students. Forgotten homework assignments, backpacks, PE uniforms, sports equipment, projects and musical instruments will not be accepted or held in the office for students.
Since the heart of every classroom is the teacher, we are really proud of the recognition some of our teachers have received:
But having a great school really is more than just school work - it is also having a sense of community. We are always looking for ways of bringing our school and community together whether it is putting together big community events or even some great annual traditions...fun is the name of the game!
Our hearts and thoughts are with the students, staff, and families of nearby Independence High School and the Glendale Union High School District after today’s shooting on campus. While there are many districts in Arizona, we are one school community, united in our continuous pursuit to keep students safe.