The Saber Truth
November 5-9, 2018
If you aren't already following @sinaloasabers on Twitter, I encourage you to start! It is regularly updated with everything from exciting activities in art and science classes to the creativity on display on Halloween. And with a very successful Halloween behind us, we are looking forward to a couple solid weeks of school before the Thanksgiving break.
Do you have any friends or family who are thinking about where they want to send their students for middle school? Please let them know that we are open for tours most Thursdays! Kindly direct them to our website, where we have a button to sign up for tours of the school. We look forward to sharing the great things we do with prospective new families!
As always, let's make it a great week, Sinaloa!
Principal, Sinaloa Middle School
School Supplies Donations Appreciated
In counseling and our classrooms we spend a lot of the middle school years trying to teach organization. If you have any of the following un-used items in your home that you'd like to donate, we'd love to accept your donations:
November 12 (Veteran's Day)
November 19-23 (Thanksgiving)
Sinaloa T-Shirts continue to be on sale for $10 in the ASB office. Grab one and show your Saber Pride!
School Supplies Donations Appreciated
- binder dividers with pockets
- 2-inch binders
- plain college ruled paper
- pencil pockets
- small calculators
- school scissors
- colored pencils
Attorney Coaches Needed for Sinaloa Mock Trail
Yearbook Ads for Sale!
Sinaloa hosted a Community Fair event today at lunch. Students were able to speak with community members and increase their knowledge of different ways they could volunteer and give back to their community.
Volunteering adds dimension to a young person’s life. United Way highlights reasons why volunteering is such a great opportunity for our young students.
Gaining New Skills- With each volunteer activity comes training and experience.
Adding to the Resume- Commitment to community work over time shows that a teen is willing to work for something without monetary compensation.
Giving Time- One of the most selfless acts anyone can do is donate their time and talents.
Showing Responsibility- Committing to a volunteer position shows responsibility.
Build Character and Self Esteem- Volunteering allows students to boost socializing skills and awareness of local organizations and social issues.
Attached is a list of volunteer opportunities within our own community. Check out this information with your student. With the upcoming school breaks, keep your student busy lending a hand and making a difference.
- Track your students progress through our parent portal, Aeries. You can set up a weekly reminder on Aeries so you can get an email update to monitor your student's progress.
- Pick a day at least once a week to go through your student's binder and back pack to remove excess papers that have been graded and are no longer needed. Save the papers in a shoe box just in case your student needs them at a later date.
2018/19 Saber Club Schedule
Attached below is the flyer for this year's clubs. They are a great way for your student to make new friends, try new things, and even get help with homework. Check out the schedule with your student and encourage them to try at least one!
Attendance Phone Line: 805-520-6830 Press 1, or Ext. 7021 (Can call anytime day or night)
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ABSENCES - Parents have five (5) days to call-in, email, or send in a note to the attendance office to excuse an absence otherwise it becomes truant. Keep in mind that personal/vacation are verified but still considered unexcused.
TARDIES - If a student is tardy to homeroom or late to school, they need to check-in with the attendance office to get a tardy pass. Students tardy to homeroom will have a 15 minute detention after school unless a parent calls, emails, or sends in a note to excuse the tardy. Excessive tardies to classes will affect "citizenship" grade.
EARLY PICK-UPS - We encourage parents to call-in ahead of time (or send in a note or email) for early pick-ups so that we can have the student in the office ready to go. Anyone checking-out a student must be listed on the student's emergency contact list, be 18 years or older, and must show a valid ID.