MRHS Parent's Night Out - Friday, February 12th
Looking for a relaxing night out without the kids?? MRHS Student Council wants to help make that unrealistic dream a reality!
Children K-5 are welcome to attend and play games, make crafts, eat snacks, and more! Drop-off is at 5:30pm and pickup is by 9:30pm.
Cost is $25 for the first child, and $20 for each additional sibling. This cost includes pizza and drinks for each child.
Sign up for the evening here:
Come celebrate Sandy Ridge’s School Spirit with a night of FUN on February 5th at 7pm at the Charlotte Checkers game!
Lucky Students will RIDE in the Checkmate Car and High Five the Players as they go on the ICE!!
Everyone will receive a FREE Charlotte Checkers Hat!
Tickets are $16 with $5.00 going back to our school!
Ticket Order Forms went home last week!
**Deadline to order tickets: January 29th
Sandy Ridge Teacher of the Year
Congratulations goes out to Andrea Wisniewski who has been selected as Sandy Ridge's Teacher of the Year. Miss Wisniewski has been at Sandy Ridge for 4 years and teaches 2nd grade.
Congratulations also goes to Robin Randall who was selected Teacher Assistant of the Year. Mrs. Randall has been at Sandy Ridge since it opened and she now runs the computer lab.
Congratulations to Miss Wisniewski
Second grade teacher Andrea Wisniewski has been recognized by the North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCCTM) as the 2015 Outstanding Elementary Mathematics Teacher in Union County Schools.
Link Your Vic Card to Sandy Ridge
Don't forget to re-link your Harris-Teeter/ Partners in Education Vic Card. Our school code is 5824.
Mr. Faulk’s 4th graders used cookies to recreate the phases of the moon as a conclusion to their December science unit. Students had been studying the moon for several weeks, and had worked hard to learn the order of the phases. This activity allowed students to apply what they had learned to create a three-dimensional model.
The project-based bat unit is a success! Ask a 2nd grader what they know about bats and you’ll be amazed at their knowledge about this little endangered animal. In their Project-Based Learning Unit on bats, all 2nd graders have been busy researching, watching videos, reading books, and writing about bats to gain knowledge to answer their driving question: How do bats affect our environment?