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Changes to the After School Rec Program

Due to the increased number of late student pick-ups from the After School Recreation Program, the late fee is increasing effective January 1, 2018. The new rate will be $10.00 plus $1.00 per minute for each student.
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Character Counts!

We had a terrific assembly to kick off Character Counts. Ask your child what they thought of the assembly

The six pillars are; Trustworthiness; Respect; Responsibility; Fairness; Caring; and Citizenship. CHARACTER COUNTS! recommends always using these pillars in this specific order to all the use of the acronym of T.R.R.F.C.C. to help remember each pillar.

The Six Pillars of Character are the core ethical values of CHARACTER COUNTS! These values were identified by a nonpartisan, nonsectarian (secular) group of youth development experts in 1992 as “core ethical values that transcend cultural, religious and socioeconomic differences.
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Bus Schedules for 2017-2018

The bus schedule is released! Please click on the blue title from this announcement to look at the schedule. It can also be found under the parents tab.
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Young at Art!

Looking for something to do during spring break? Visit the Young at Art display at the Nevada County Eric Rood Government Center. Student art work from Alta Sierra and many county schools is on display.
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Food Drive Donations due Friday, Nov. 17

Help our kids help others! Our students take part in the KCRA Kids Can! Food Drive. Please send non-perishable, non-glass items to school by this Friday. Canned meats (tuna, chicken, turkey, chili), pasta and pasta sauce, beans, rice, healthy cereals, peanut butter and baby good are the most-requested items.
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Harvest of the Month with Mrs. Lori Long

The start of October means another harvest of the month from Sierra Harvest. This week we will have lunchbox peppers from JSM Organics. They will be very sweet and the kids should enjoy them. I am picking up the produce early and will hopefully have them all sorted and distributed by the end of the day tomorrow. Here is the link to the educator newsletter so you can have more information on peppers.
Click on the HEADLINE above to get to the newsletter.
I really loved reading all the little notes written about pears last month, thank you for sharing!
Also, if any classrooms have time and want to make thank you cards for donors to Sierra Harvest, they are definitely welcome. They can be as simple as "Thank you for supporting Sierra Harvest"
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Color Run Jog-a-Thon! September 29

This year's jog-a-thon is a COLOR RUN!!!
Pledge sheets are coming home this week.
The last two laps are optional color laps with bright colored corn starch celebrating the spirit of this fun event.
Please look for the flier and sign and return the permission slip as soon as possible!
Money raised funds vital school programs!!
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First Day Notes & Reminders

Welcome Back!!! A few things to remember for the first day:
It is Early Release - 1 p.m. Dismissal (1st-5th grades)
Kindergarten - 11:30 dismissal thru Labor Day
Transitional Kindergarten - 11:15 dismissal thru Labor Day
Please fill out yellow pick-up slips so we know how your kids are getting home.
Lunch is now $4
Please fill out free and reduced lunch application, even if you will not be regularly ordering.
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Mrs. Kelley!

Every year, each school chooses a teacher to be recognized as the Teacher Who Makes a Difference. This year, we have chosen Mrs. Kerry Kelley.
Mrs. Kelley is our teacher for transitional kindergarten and intervention. She has taught 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade for the district. I am sure that each of her 31 classes, 25 of which have been in the Pleasant Ridge School District, have expressed the same gratitude for her care and compassion. What is the first thing her co-workers say when asked about Mrs. Kelley? They all note how much she loves children and how kind she is to everyone. She approaches all of her teaching duties with a positive energy. She is the first to volunteer to keep an after school homework club afloat, be the PTC rep or round up support for a colleague or a family in need. She has offered sincere and kind guidance to me in my first year as principal for which I am ever grateful. I asked her TK students what they think of their teacher. The most common words used were: 1. Helps 2. Loves 3. Hugs. That pretty much says it all about Mrs. Kelley.
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Kindergarten Roundup/Parent Info Night

Parents of incoming kindergartners and transitional kindergartners (2017-18) are encouraged to attend an information night Tuesday, March 28 at 6 p.m. in the multipurpose room. Student screenings will be held by appointment Wednesday, April 5.
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