COYOTE NEWS

WEEK OF APRIL 4, 2016

THIS WEEK ON THE RIDGE

PTA brought Dinosaur George to Canyon Ridge this past Monday. Students learned about dinosaurs, fossils, adaptations and environments during their Links classes. Students later returned with their families and friends for an evening showing of this exciting museum exhibit.


This past Tuesday evening Canyon Ridge hosted it's annual Kinder Round-Up. Future Coyotes learned our school song, school colors and engaged with the Canyon Ridge Choir while their parents learned about Kindergarten. Thank you to our Choir Volunteers!


This morning we marched around the school in honor of the March of Dimes Charitable Campaign. Three 5th grade student leaders from Mr. McClain's' class led this initiative. They shared information during morning announcements to encourage donations. Our CR community raised over $900.00 to donate to the March of Dimes. Great job Noah, DaShawna & Isabella!


Don't forget gates open at 5:30 PM for Howlin' & Prowlin'. Parking at Canyon Ridge is limited. There is a shuttle from Bush Middle School that will be provided for your convenience and will begin at t 5:15 PM

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Dinosaur George

2nd Grade Students Share Their Dioramas

First Grade Students Participate in Card Board Kids Display

Canyon Ridge First Graders took part this year in National Cardboard Kids Day sponsored by ChildSafe . The kids learned how each cardboard kid represents one of thousands of abused and neglected children in San Antonio.

Our Lost & Found is Growing!!!

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Please encourage your child to check for missing jackets, sweaters, lunch boxes and other missing items.

Up Coming Events

April 8, 2016 Howlin' & Prowlin' 5:30 -8:30 PM

April 13, 2016 Spring Individual Pictures

April 21, 2016 Fiesta Parties

April 22, 2016 Battle of Flowers Student/Staff Holiday

CLIMBING UNIT IN PE APRIL 11-15, 2016

We will be doing a climbing unit in PE the week of April 11th – 15th. All students will need to have long pants of some kind on (leggings, warm-ups, jeans) so they don’t get rope burn and tennis shoes are also a must.