PRIDE OF THE TRIBE

Week of October 28, 2019

Teacher Brag Board

"Mrs. Richardson has stepped outside the box to have her students create an interactive periodic table. She did a great job planning the Project with multiple deadlines that went with her class timeline to take the student learning to the next level. I am excited to see the final product." ~ Tammy Austin, Instructional Technology



"Once again Sanger HS blood donors came through for north Texas area patients, and we thank each and every one of you that participated in yesterday’s blood drive.

The reports are in and here are the results:

113 pints collected

339 lives helped

Participation was EXCELLENT!

With the leadership of the HOSA volunteers, this blood drive was a huge success.

Thank YOU, Ms. Chancellor, for the continued enthusiasm that you have for this ever so needed community service. You have given us many hours of your time and we are very privileged to work with you." ~Susan Holt, Carter Blood Care

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Nuts and Bolts

Epi Week - Don't forget to do your skills check-off one day this week!


Dress Code - With it starting to get cold remind students blankets aren't allowed. Also, please continue checking for noserings and facial hair. These seem to be our most frequent violations.

EPI WEEK - Skills Check This Week!

WHEN IS SKILL CHECK OFF: October 28th to November 1st, before 1st period (7:45 to 8:15 am) or after 8th period (3:45 to 4:15 pm). If these times don’t work, reach out to the nurse and discuss other time options. This skill check-off should only take a few minutes; maybe even less than a minute!


WHERE TO GO: Nurse’s office.


HOW TO DO SKILL CHECK:

Skill check-off will be practicing giving an injection with an EpiPen trainer, and correctly identifying where the EpiPens are stored. (Front hallway by the office in a yellow box mounted next to the AED…just in case you haven't seen them.)


WATCH THE TWO VIDEOS THAT ARE LINKED BELOW IN THIS EMAIL BEFORE DOING SKILL CHECK OFF.

1st Video: click here for Signs of Anaphylaxis

2nd Video: click here for How to use Epipen

Red Ribbon Week!

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Upcoming Events

October 28

  • CTE/Elective Department Meeting @ 7:45am
  • Dress like your favorite meme
  • XC Regional Meet
October 29
  • Math/Science Department Meeting @ 7:45am
  • Grab a friend and be a twin
  • Volleyball vs Celina @ Celina, 5:00pm

October 30

  • English/SS Department Meeting @ 7:45am
  • Team up against drugs, sports day

October 31

  • F/JV Football vs Melissa HS @ SHS, 5:00pm
  • Show unity with colors: Wear purple

November 1

  • End of 2nd Six Weeks
  • Pajama Day
  • V Football vs Melissa @ Melissa 7:30pm

I LEAVE YOU WITH THIS...

"We want students to become lifelong learners. Well... it starts with us. The adults in the school should set an example of what it means to adapt, change, grow, and continue learning."~@SteeleThoughts


To his list, I would add "risk." Taking risks moves promising ideas forward.

It's a great day to be a Sanger Indian!

Sanger High School is an exceptional campus focused on innovative learning where students are prepared to create their future in an ever-changing world.