Friday, December 19, 2014
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Mrs. Sousa's 5th graders joined Ms. Carhart's kindergartners for Christmas crafts and reading. Tons of fun.
Way to go, Skyhawks. We are proud of you.
One of the joys of the Christmas season for me is seeing our 5th grade orchestra play in the halls at Sacajawea. We are so proud of our kids. It makes it even more fun that it is such an unconventional venue, the convergence of 3 halls in front of the office, with the audience packed in on the floor. Thanks Mrs. Rosandick and our orchestra students.
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Please deliver the orders as soon as possible.
Thanks for your support.
Las ordenes de funcion para recaudar fondos han llegado. Las ordenes y los premios seran enviados a la escuela el 17 de Diciembre, entre los 3 y los 7 de la tarde. No mandaremos las ordenes a casa con los estudiantes. Los padres seran responsable de recojer las ordenes. Si por alguna razon usted no pueden recojer las ordenes durante estas horas, por favor envie a otra persona que pueda recojerlas por usted. La escuela no tiene espacio para guardar sus ordenes. Por favor, entregar los ordenes de inmediato.
Gracias y le agradecemos su apoyo!
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
Every time a student completes 5 miles they get a little foot charm to put on a chain around their neck. Some students have collected dozens of those feet. Just during the month of October, we had seven 4th graders complete more than 40 miles. We had some 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders close behind with more than 25 miles each during the month.
Mayor Nancolas and Connor Sheldon from the Blue Cross Foundation of Idaho presented the school with a check for $500 to be used for PE equipment. Fittingly enough, the ceremony was held on a chilly December morning outdoors on our “Skyhawk Trail.” Our kids don’t just run in October. They run all year long. Some of our staff and parents get out there and put in a few laps too. Some of our most consistent runners accepted the check on behalf of the school.
So, while many may decry the national epidemic of childhood obesity, the Sacajawea Skyhawks have found that walking or running a couple laps is a great way to start our day. We don’t do a whole lot of sitting around.
Here are some highlights from October, with a variety of grades represented.
- Diana M. - 4th Simpson - 81 Miles
- Erick M. - 4th Stocks - 58 miles
- Luke M. - 4th Stocks- 53 miles
- Jonathan R. - 4th Simpson - 50 miles
- Fabian V. - 4th Stocks - 42 miles
- Ashley A. - 4th Stocks - 41 miles
- Julio T. - 4th Lovell - 40 miles
- Andrew M. - 4th Lovell - 40 miles
- Levi M. - 2nd Hoilien - 36 miles
- Jesus G. - 3rd Spivey - 34 miles
- Devanie G. - 3rd Spivey - 30 miles
- Jazmine A. - 2nd Hoilien - 28 miles
- Javier M. - 1st Friddle - 26 miles
- Ruben R. - 1st Miller - 26 miles (Since August)
- Aimee Stocks’ 4th Grade Class - 842 Miles
- Kristy Simpson’s 4th Grade Class - 426 miles
- Kelsey Lovell’s 4th Grade Class - 354 miles
- Pam Hoilien's 2nd Grade Class - 252 Miles
- Tami Burton's 2nd Grade Class - 237 Miles
- Mary Friddle’s 1st Grade Class - 155 Miles
- Ben Miller’s 1st Grade Class - 146 Miles
4200 miles since August