Sage Elementary School
Wednesday June 1 - 1st Grade Camp Read S'more 10:15am-11:15am in the Gym
Wednesday June 1 - STEAM Day - 3rd Grade
Tuesday June 7 - 5th Grade Camp Tamarack Day
Friday June 10 - Crazy Sock Day!
Tuesday June 14 - Kindergarten Promotion 2:00pm
Wednesday June 15 - Field Day
Wednesday June 15 - 5th Grade Celebration 10:00am - More info to come!
Thursday June 16 - Last Day of School, Early Release 12:25pm
Medication Pickup Reminder
Summer Safety From the Nurse:
*Always remember to apply sunscreen even on shady days, if in water you need to reapply. Don't forget your ears and toes.
*Helmets to be worn while riding all forms of 2 and 4 wheelers. Also skateboarding, roller skating and cycling.
*Wear a hat when outdoors in the sun.
*Swim in safe approved areas where a parent or life guard is present.
*Always wear a life jacket while boating.
*Parents; be mindful of kids around open flames/fires- Enjoy S,Mores -safely!
Field Day, Wednesday June 15th
4th & 5th Grades: 11:00am-12:00am
2nd & 3rd Grades: 12:50pm-1:40pm
Parents are welcome to come and watch their children during Field Day activities; however, due to safety concerns, no small children will be allowed to participate in Field Day activities. This special day is for Sage Students Only.
2022/2023 Registration for new students
To register a new student, you will need the following documents:
- Birth Certificate (To be eligible for Kindergarten, a child must be 5 years old, on or before Sept. 1)
- Immunization Records
- Proof of Address (piece of mail with parent/guardian name and current address)
For current Sage students, every fall you are asked to verify your child's information. The online Enrollment Verification will be available this fall through ParentVue for parents of returning students. The verification process updates all contact and emergency information and is required every year.
Sage Elementary is close to many canals and all students need to be aware and know safety rules. Canals are dangerous and should not be used for any recreational activity. Even if the surface water appears smooth and calm, there are many areas where the current can swiftly pull an individual under—especially a child. The canal system and ditch roads of North Unit Irrigation District are considered private property and are not for public use. The district also periodically uses herbicides in the water, which can cause skin irritation.
- Never swim in irrigation canals.
- Keep young children and pets away from canals.
- Never jump in to rescue pets. Call 911 for help.
- Do not play near or on canal banks. They are steep and can be slippery.
May 26 - June 05, 2022
For more information go to their website at https://www.venardoscircus.com/
Buy tickets for the Redmond show here!
Summer Camps Ideas
Ideas For Upcoming Activities
Mountain Air Trampoline Park- Trampoline Zone
Vector Volcano- classic video game arcade in Downtown Bend. One hour of games for $6 each.
Look at the possibility of volunteering at Brightside Animal Center in Redmond or Humane Society in Bend, each has their own volunteer age requirements and process.
Sunriver Nature Center and Observatory is open.
The Art Station- open for classes with advanced registration.
Studio Create- (non-profits get a 15% price break) is open for limited in-studio painting with advanced registration.
Kids Ninja Night at Free Spirit. Drop kids off for 3-hours of fun in a super-rad indoor Ninja Warrior play space.
Volunteers needed to work with Mustangs- Help with daily horse care, corral cleaning, grooming, walking horses. No experience required. Contact www.mustangstotherescue.org
Ongoing Events Summer 2022
First Friday Art walk, Downtown Bend. Head to downtown Bend on the first Friday of each month for art show openings, live music, and local food and drink. 5-9pm. Free.
Concerts at Hayden Homes Amphitheater, Bend, From May through October attend concerts from an abundance of nationally touring bands and musicians. Live Nation took over booking for the Hayden Homes Amphitheater (formerly Les Schwab Amphitheater).
Things to Do in Central Oregon in June
JUNE 8-12 – Sisters Rodeo — The 80th Annual Sisters Rodeo, “Biggest Little Show In The World,” returns June 8-12. There will be 4 PRCA sanctioned rodeo performances, as well as different events throughout the weekend — a parade, buckaroo breakfast, locals night, rodeo clowns and more. Sisters Fairgrounds, Sisters.
JUNE 17-19 – Pacific Crest — This year, Pacific Crest moves from Sunriver to Bend for the 26th Annual multi-sport festival. Pacific Crest has something for everyone, including Beastman 72.3, Olympic & Sprint Distance Triathlon/Duathlon/AquaBike, Half Marathon, 25K Trail & kids races. Bend.
Things to Do in Central Oregon in July
July 4th- 4th Of July Parade Downtown Redmond / 10:00 am - 11:00 am
July 4th – Pet Parade and Old Fashioned Festival Bend Oregon . Staging begins at 9:00 am; the parade starts promptly at 10:00 am.
JULY 9-10 – Bend Summer Festival — Head downtown for a diverse lineup of live music acts, the Fine Artist Promenade, the Oregon Lifestyle Marketplace, food vendors, a race for kids and much more. Downtown Bend. Free.
JULY 22 – Run for the Birds – Sunriver — Enjoy gorgeous views of Mt. Bachelor and Sunriver while running to support the Sunriver Nature Center & Observatory. Run or walk the 5K or 1K kids race and then celebrate afterward with a live owl. Sunriver. https://www.raceentry.com
JULY 22-24 – Balloons Over Bend — Over the course of the weekend, hot air balloons launch into the skies over Bend at dawn. In the evenings, head to either Bend on Friday or Redmond on Saturday for the Night Glow event, which features glow-in-the-dark balloons, food, music, and a marketplace. Bend and Redmond.
Things to Do in Central Oregon in August
Aug 3rd- 7th, 2022 Deschutes County Fair & Rodeo !Central Oregon's largest annual event returns for the 102nd edition of the Deschutes County Fair & Rodeo: Redmond, OR.
AUG 6 – 33rd Annual Sunriver Quilt Show — Head down to The Village at Sunriver to browse more than 200 beautiful quilts that will be hanging throughout the Village in front of stores and cafes. Quilts are for viewing, though some will be available for purchase. There will also be unique vendors. The Village at Sunriver. Free.
AUG 9-21 – 45th Annual Sunriver Music Festival — Each year, classical musicians from all over the country descend upon Central Oregon for the Sunriver Music Festivals. Concerts take place throughout the month of August. Visit sunrivermusic.org for more information. Sunriver.
FUN places to go ANYTIME (and most are FREE!)
Lugares divertidos para asistir en cualquier momento (¡casi todos son GRATIS!)
American Legion Park, 850 SW Rimrock
Baker Park, SW 17th St & Obsidian
Bowlby Park, SW Parkway & Highland
Centennial Park Plaza, SW 7th St & Evergreen
Dry Canyon Trail, access at multiple sites
Fairhaven Park, 370 NW 25th St
Fireman’s Pond, SW Lake Rd & Lake Ct
Hayden Park, SW 35th St & Quartz
Hope Playground, SW 15th & Evergreen
Kalama Park, SW Kalama & 17th
Kiwanis Field, SW 15th St & Black Butte
Leash-free Dog Park, SW 15th St & Black Butte
Quince Park, NW Quince & 11th
Sam Johnson Park, SW 15th St & Evergreen
Skate Park, SW 15th St & Black Butte
Stack Park, 820 NW Kingwood Ave
Umatilla Sports Complex, 3000 SW Umatilla Ave
Valleyview Park, 3660 SW Reservoir Dr
W. Canyon Rim Park, NW 19th St & Rimrock
Cline Falls State Park, 7100 Hwy. 126
Smith Rock State Park, Terrebonne (548-7501)
Tumalo State Park, Tumalo (382-3586)
Petersen Rock Garden, Redmond (382-5574)
Redmond Cinemas, Redmond (548-8777)
Smith Rock Golf Course, Redmond (923-3426)
Sun Mountain Fun Center, Bend (382-6161)