Howling Coyote


Important Dates:

February 14-March 11: Bucks for Blood Fundraiser

March 7-11: Minimum Day- Conferences

March 7-10: SRES Scholastic Book Fair

March 8: SRES Book Fair Family Night 5:00-7:00pm

March 8: PTC Meeting 7:00pm (Multi)

March 25: Family Movie Night 6:30pm

April 1: Deadline to order SRES Yearbook

April 8: Spring Picture Day

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Monday, March 7- Friday, March 11th are Minimum Days!

We will have minimum days for conference week. Here is the schedule:

TK/K: 7:50-12:10pm

1st-6th: 7:50-12:20pm

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Spring Conferences-March 7-11

Conferences are scheduled for the week of March 7th-11th. If you miss the window to schedule, please contact your teacher via email. Thank you.

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Puravida Bracelets Have Arrived!!

Our SRES Puravida bracelets have arrived and all the pre-orders have already been sent home with students.

If you missed out, bracelets will also be available for sale after school Tuesday, March 8th and Wednesday, March 9th.

$6.00 Original Style

$10.00 Braided Style

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Book Fair Art Contest! Entries are due by Monday, March 7th

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SRES Scholastic Book is NEXT WEEK!

SRES Scholastic Book Fair is almost here! Our book fair will run from March 7th - March 10th (Monday-Thursday) and it will be open for students during recess during the day. Families may attend after school from 12:20pm-2:30pm. For those of you who can't make it during the day, please join us for our Family Night Event- Tuesday, March 8th, from 5-7pm

Please Note: Masks must be worn inside the library.

Click here to create an eWallet and check out the interactive book flyer. If you are unable to attend in person, you can order online here!

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Coyote Walking Club!

Beginning March 14, 2022, Sunset Ranch students are all invited to participate in a morning Walking Club supervised by two of our amazing teachers, Mrs. Jill Hartman and Mrs. Kelsy Patterson.

Beginning Date: Monday, March 14, 2022

Days/Times: Monday-Friday @7:30-7:40 (canceled if it rains)

Location: Basketball blacktop behind the Multipurpose Room/Cafeteria

Important Student Expectations:

  • Students do not need to sign up- they may show up on days they’d like to participate

  • Students will arrive no sooner than 7:30 am

  • Students will enter the blacktop through the gate opening near the parking lot to the rear of the cafeteria

  • Students will place their backpacks on a “PE Paw”

  • Students will walk around the blacktop walking track (marked with paw prints)

  • Students will stop walking at 7:40, get their backpacks, and will proceed directly to class

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Coyote Family Movie Night- March 25th

The Sunset Ranch PTC wants to invite you to a Coyote Family Movie Night on March 25th. Please head over to Sunset Ranch Elementary PTC Facebook page to cast your vote for which movie will be shown. We’re looking forward to seeing everyone there!
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Bucks for Blood Cancer- Extended!

Our Student Council, Leaders of the Pack, is organizing a "Bucks for Blood Cancer" fundraiser benefiting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Students can bring in bills or coins to donate to the cause between Monday, 2/14 to Friday, 3/11.

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HONESTY is the focus for March!

This month we’re talking about Honesty!

The dictionary defines it as: “fairness and straightforwardness of conduct; adherence to the facts.”

The definition we are using in class is:

Honesty: living truthfully in your words and actions and thoughts!

Honesty is a lot more than just telling the truth – it is also about thinking and acting in a way that feels consistent, kind, and sincere. What do we do with honest thoughts that aren’t very nice? How do our actions in Honesty help or hurt our relationships. Over the course of the month, we will talk about people from Emily Bronte to Jackie Robinson who lived out Honesty in their words and actions. We discover new games and techniques to make us more honest competitors and more thoughtful friends. It will be a time of challenging, but rewarding conversations – thanks for being a part of them!

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GOMS Parent Orientation- Incoming 7th Graders!-SAVE THE DATE

The end of the year is fast approaching and GOMS will hosting a Parent Orientation for all incoming 7th graders on Monday, March 14th at 6:00pm.

GOMS Staff will be on site at Sunset Ranch doing an orientation presentation for all of our 6th grade students on March 17th at 1:30pm.

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The SRES 2021-2022 Yearbook is on sale now! Yearbooks are $20.00 (upgrades available for an additional cost) and we are accepting online orders only at this time. Please visit Lifetouch Yearbook now to order your copy today! Yearbook ID Code: 13231222

The deadline to order online and customize the yearbook for your student is APRIL 1. ORDER TODAY.

TK/K Registration Opens on January 18th for the 2022-23 School Year

Click Here for all Registration Information! Contact the office if you have any questions.
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SRES Garden Fundraiser: Flower Power

Our students are the top priority at Sunset Ranch Elementary. Every year we strive to bring the best in academic and extracurricular activities to our Coyotes with your support. We are very pleased to launch a unique fundraiser by Flower Power, which offers high-quality bulbs, seeds, and berries. Not only are they great for you, but they also make terrific gifts. 50% of the proceeds will go to fund a variety of programs such as the garden, the library, Pawsitive rewards, and so on. This is a great opportunity to support our school and brighten your world with flowers at the same time.

Click the link below to order for direct delivery to your home. Thank you!

Flower Power website

COVID Protocols/Testing- *Updated Guidance*

RUSD will advise staff and students with symptoms of COVID-19 to stay home regardless of vaccination status. You must have a negative test result in order to return to school. Symptoms include:



-Nausea or Vomiting


-Muscle or Body Aches


-New Loss of Taste of Smell

-Sore Throat

-Congestion or Runny Nose



On December 30, 2021, CDPH updated its guidance and reduced the isolation requirement for individuals that have tested positive for COVID-19 to five days if symptoms have resolved and they test negative on day five. Similarly, quarantine due to exposure to a positive case has been reduced to five days with a negative test. Additionally, all adults and students will continue to wear face coverings when indoors on all school campuses, regardless of their vaccination status.

Also, the results of At-Home Tests (Rapid Antigen tests recommended) may be utilized to clear persons to return to school in the updated scenarios above. RUSD required the submittance of an At-Home Test Validation Form and along with a photo of the result with name and test date written on plastic test case.

For more information on RUSD Health Guidance please visit COVID Resources.

If you need to get a COVID-19 test, please see our Testing Resources

Please see the information below from the CDC, Your Guide to Masks.