Howling Coyote

SRES FAMILY NEWSLETTER FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 24, 2021

IMPORTANT DATES SUMMARY:

  • 5/31/2021 - Memorial Day - All RUSD Schools Closed
  • 6/02/2021 - 6th Grade Celebration
  • 6/03/2021 - Minimum Day / Last Day of School

Yearbooks ~ First Come First Serve

We still have some yearbooks available for purchase in the front office for $20 cash. Be sure to get one as soon as possible.

SRES Chromebook

If you did not return your Chromebook or Hotspot this week, please do so no later than Tuesday, May 25 to avoid charges. Devices can be returned to the office during regular business hours.


Teachers sent home a large ziplock back with a form that needs to be complete when devices are returned.


RVC families, please return your devices as soon as possible. If your student still needs the device to access school, the very last day to return the device to the SRES office is June 4, 2021, by 3:30 p.m. to avoid charges.


Thank you!

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OPEN SRES PTC POSITIONS 2021-2022

Sunset Ranch PTC is looking for volunteers for the coming school year. Now is your chance to sign up. Open positions are posted above If you are interested please email sunsetranchptc@gmail.com

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SUMMER READING: Keep on reading Coyotes!

We want all of our Coyotes to keep reading this summer, so here is a fun summer reading plan!


The plan contains booklists, information on how to use Sora (our ebook/audiobook platform), Sora reading lists, read-alouds and audiobooks, reading activities, and also information on the public library summer reading program!


Click here! Summer Reading Program

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MINIMUM DAY SCHEDULE COMING UP ~ 6/03

Minimum Day is coming up Thursday, June 03, 2021. The last day of school is also on Thursday, June 03, 2021.


Minimum Day Bell Schedule


SRES Full Bell Schedule

Asian American and Pacific Islander Month: May 2021

The month of May was chosen to commemorate the arrival of the first Japanese immigrants to the United States on May 7, 1843, during the beginning of the California Gold Rush. It also marks the anniversary of the completion of the First Transcontinental Railroad on May 10, 1869. Most of the workers who laid the tracks that connected the frontier to the rest of the country were Chinese immigrants. Many years after the initial waves of immigration, the official celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month began as a shorter, 10-day celebration in 1977; however, President George H.W. Bush expanded it to a month-long commemoration in 1992.

NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION FOR ALL GRADES IS OPEN! REGISTER TODAY!

For more registration information regarding TK/Kindergarten Registration, please click here.


Registration for all grade levels is open. To register your student, please click here.


We will be sending home intent to return forms with more information for current students at SRES and RVC soon. Stay tuned.