Grades have now been posted for term 1 and can be viewed in Skyward.
Our first Skyridge music concerts for this school year are scheduled as follows:
Choir: Tuesday, October 22, at 7 PM (Students at 6:30 PM) in the Tom Wallenborn Gym (Performers Attire – Black pants/skirts and white shirts/blouses for 6th and 7th grade students. Robes for 8th grade students)
Band: Thursday, October 24, at 7 PM (Students at 6:30 PM) in the Tom Wallenborn Gym (Performers Attire – Formal black and white)
Come and enjoy!
If you want a retake of your school photo, plan on smiling at the camera on Tuesday, October 22. Bring your prior photo packet to turn in to the photographer. If you are ordering for the first time this year, photo packets are available in the main office. Photos will be taken during lunches in the dining room.
Practices start on Monday, October 21! Wrestling begins at 3:15 PM and volleyball practice runs 3:00 through 4:30 PM.
Please remember that our first late start days of this school year are Wednesday and Thursday, September 25 & 26. Buses run 2 hrs. 15 min. later than normal schedule. Doors open at 9:45 am and classes begin at 10:15 am.
We are proud to announce our 2012-13 Warren Award Recipients!
JT Tumanuvao is our Good Will Award winner! As an 8th grade Skyridge student, his classmates view JT as a supportive role model with a sense of humor and caring heart. He consistently displays care and compassion to both staff and students in the classroom, hallways, football field, basketball court, stage, track, wrestling room and beyond. He does this without prompt or reward, rather simply from the goodness of his heart. JT is consistently very respectful and considerate to everyone.
This year the Jackson Leadership Award recipient is Trevor Hunt. Throughout his past three years as a Skyridge student, Trevor has made things happen. He has worked in key roles for Skyridge Network News (SNN) which is our daily live morning broadcast. Trevor has helped streamline technical jobs and took the lead on researching and implementing the application of an improved audio system. He created the SNN website through collaboration with the Camas School District web access and Skyridge Library Media site. Trevor is a leader who encourages and guides others as they discover confidence in their own skills. Other students respect and appreciate Trevor’s knowledge and expertise.
Great results need to be shared! Sky athletes have done an outstanding job this year. Our teams have competed at a high level in every league sport this year. We are also extremely proud of how they have competed academically. 470 Skyridge students competed in 2012-2013 with an average GPA of 3.57. The GPA for all Skyridge students is 3.37.
A big thank you goes to the Skyridge staff and the parents of these great kids for their support.
Skyridge student athletes can be very proud of their accomplishments.
Here are this year’s highlights:
- Skyridge Football – 4th in league
- Skyridge Cross Country – League and District Champions
- Skyridge Volleyball – 7th and 8th League Champions
- Skyridge Wrestling – 1 Individual District Champion – large group of 6th graders
- Skyridge Girls Basketball – 3rd in League and 3rd in the District Tournament
- Skyridge Boys Basketball – 2nd in League and 3rd in the District Tournament
- Skyridge Knowledge Bowl – 2nd in League and 2nd in the District Tournament
- Skyridge Track – League and District Champions – 1 new individual District Record (Rachel Blair 1600 meters) – 6th grade Girls District Champions and 7th grade Boys and Girls District Champions
The Skyridge Girls 8th grade Volleyball Team is the 2012-2013 Skyhawk Team Academic Award Winner with a GPA of 3.83! Go Skyhawks!
Placement in PreAp classes may require completing a summer project or assignment. Click on the following link for details regarding the summer assignment for PreAp 8th grade language arts classes.
Family members are invited to attend our Skyridge 8th Grade Celebration scheduled on Tuesday, June 18, 2013. The ceremony will be held in our Tom Wallenborn Gym beginning at 8:15 AM with a reception following in our dining room.
Students will depart afterwards at 10:30 AM to Big Al’s via busses and continue their celebration.
Appropriate student attire is requested. For guys: Ties are optional. No hats. Pants need to cover boxers and underwear. For girls: Dresses are optional, but if worn must be appropriate in length (2″ past the fingertips). Tops must have at least a 1″ strap, be modest, and must cover all undergarments. If wearing heels, please be comfortable with walking in them. Students may bring casual clothes to change into prior to journeying to Big Al’s.