Falcon Ridge Family Updates

February 8, 2021

News and Tidbits

Hello Families,

Wasn't it such a beautiful weekend? The warmer temperatures and sunshine provide hope this time of year. Speaking of which, next week is our Winter Break. As a reminder, there will be no school.

Did you know that each month we teach students a new character trait? Character is equally important to academics at Falcon Ridge and our aim is to produce amazing future citizens. According to our Student Handbook, "Kindness will be the number one expectation for Falcon Ridge Charter students in the area of behavior." Kindness is the February character trait. Ask your student(s) about ways they can show kindness at home and school.

Please take a moment to review the drop-off and dismissal procedures below.

Have a great week!

Dr. Jorgensen

Drop-off and Dismissal: Important Notes

Morning Drop-off:

If you need to get out of your car for any reason, please park your car in the lot.


Process for Dismissal Changes Made During the School Day:

We understand and expect that dismissal changes can and do occur any time during the school day. Your student's safety is our priority. If you have a dismissal change that needs to be communicated to your student and their teacher, please follow our dismissal change process:

Dismissal change before 12pm, please email the teacher directly.

Dismissal change after 12pm, please email the teacher and office or call the front office.

It is important that the front office be aware of all dismissal changes after 12pm to help ensure the dismissal change is received by your student and their teacher.

Check Out What's Been Happening This Week!

February is Kindness Month

Kindness can be the norm.
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Middle School Updates

For our middle school parents - Our middle school math teacher, Mrs. Scott, has been teaching students remotely while Ada County is under the Covid advisory. We are so blessed to have Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Hainsworth facilitating the class while Mrs. Scott continues to teach the lessons "live" from her computer. Students are able to ask questions in real time and can interact with the teacher via the camera and screen.