Silver Trail Elementary

Weekly Rundown --- October 29, 2021

Principal's Message

Miner Families,

October came and went so quickly! Between the Jog-a-Thon, Parent Teacher Conferences, Red Ribbon Week, and Halloween, teachers and students at Silver Trail were busy. We thank you so much for your support of all the events we had this month.

The Jog-a-Thon raised nearly $17,000! Thank you so much for supporting our school. This money goes right back into supporting teachers and needs around the building. Parent Teacher Conferences were very well attended and I truly enjoyed hearing all of the conversations. A lot of students dressed up for Red Ribbon Week and we ended the week with fun Halloween celebrations. It was so fun popping into classrooms to watch the Halloween festivities and see the creatives costumes. Thanks to all of the parents who came in to join in on the fun.

We are doing our annual Food Drive early this year. The Food Drive will run from November 8-12. We will be collecting typical canned food, but will also be collecting non-perishable holiday food items (such as stuffing, green beans, yams, corn bread, etc.). The goal with collecting these specific holiday food items is to create Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner food baskets for our own Silver Trail community. Our 5th grade student leaders, Miner CAST, will be putting these baskets together. Other food items collected that are not holiday dinner items will be collected and given to the Kuna High School FFA Food Drive in December. Thank you for your support with this. The primary and intermediate class with the most canned food collected will win a Cookie and Hot Cocoa party. We look forward to seeing all of the non-perishable holiday food items collected.

Enjoy Halloween weekend and stay safe,

Mrs. Ritter


FOOD DRIVE NOVEMBER 8-12: Holiday Foods Wanted

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November Happenings

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Kindergarten Ready: Free workshops for parents with children age 0-5

Parents of children age 0-5 are invited to enroll in free workshops to learn fun activities they can do to help prepare their child for kindergarten.

Workshops will be held in fall, winter and spring. Parents attending:

  • Free games for their family
  • Free dinner
  • Free child care

The workshops will be hosted at Reed and Crimson Point elementary schools and feature highly qualified teachers and staff. Parents may choose the workshop date and location that fits their schedule.

  • Kuna Ready to Learn Reed Elementary School - Session #1 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19; Session #2 Jan. 25; Session #3 April 19
  • Crimson Point Elementary - Session #1 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 21, Session #2 Nov. 18, Session #3 Jan. 13.

Please register ASAP.

November Menu

Breakfast and Lunch Menu for the month.

Breakfast Menu

Lunch Menu