Spartan Update For March 13, 2022
Spartan Weekly: March 13, 2022
Spring Forward Spartans! A little sleepy but glad to have the evening sunlight.
Come check out the Yarn Art installation on trees around campus.
Shout out to Ms. Pittman for organizing this fun art installation!!
Click here to view previous updates from Dr. Dula on our website.
Sanderson PTO Spartan Voice Newsletter March 9, 2022
SAVE THE DATE
- March 18: Teacher Workday – no school
- March 25: End of Quarter 3
- March 28: Teacher Workday – no school
- March 28: Deadline for PTO Scholarship Application
- April 1: Spartans on a Roll – Honor Roll Celebration
- April 11-15: Spring Break
UPDATES & REMINDERS
PARKING & TRANSPORTATION UPDATES
Parking for all athletic/extracurricular events: Do not park along the stadium lot driveway as this impedes buses and other vehicles from safe entry/exit. All overflow stadium/auditorium parking is in the main entry parking lot.
Carpool: Do not drop off or pick up students in the bus parking lot, the main student parking lot, or along Dixon drive. This is a significant safety hazard. Use the carpool lane only.
Live Bus Updates: Parents, Staff and Students can utilize this tool to see if a bus route is running LATE or has NO DRIVER AVAILABLE. We are continuing to have Bus Driver shortages in Transportation and LIVE BUS UPDATE is a great tool to answer a lot of bus questions. As always when we know a bus route will be NOT BE COVERED/NO DRIVER AVAILABLE we will communicate this as soon as we can.
FALSE FIRE ALARM
Message to students: Smoke and fire alarms and other emergency systems are vital for the safe operations of schools and must not be tampered with. Smoking/vaping interferes with the operation of our fire alarms. No student shall interfere with or damage any part of a fire alarm, fire detection, smoke detection, fire extinguishing system, or emergency escape system. This includes smoking/vaping. False fire alarms are Level 2 offenses and may result in suspensions.
22-23 Course Registration Information for Parents & Students
Registration 2022-2023 Information is posted in our Registration 2022-2023 folder, please visit this link for information and resources to support your child with course registration.
- Counselors meet with students starting March 7th for registration.
- Parents receive the students' Recommendations and Requests Letter, that will show their teachers' recommendations and student requests for 2022-23 the week of April 4th.
- Registration Schedule for Students who took English 1st Semester and for students who missed their scheduled registration. If you have any questions, please contact your counselor.
Special Education Parent Information
The Special Education Services Family and Community Connections (FACC) team is excited to offer four Virtual Parent Information Sessions this spring focusing on a variety of topics including communication methods, IEP meetings, transitions and occupational therapy. The sessions will be March 24, March 31, April 7 and April 21. All will be held from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Register Here
Spartans on a Roll – Honor Roll Celebration
April 1st Ice Cream Social at the stadium! Students will be given invitations to leave class to attend.
1:00-1:25 Seniors & Juniors
1:35-2:00 Sophomores & Freshmen
Student Device Expectations
Students are expected to bring their WCPSS Chromebook (or personal device), charged and ready to use, daily. If a student’s Chromebook is broken or not working correctly, or if the charger is lost or broken, please have the student submit the issue via the Student Device Issue Form.
The PTO is offering SEVEN $1,000 scholarships to our 2022 graduating seniors, as well as a $1,500 scholarship sponsored by the Midtown Raleigh Alliance.
March 7th - March 28th - Student application period.
May 5th from 2:30 - 5:30pm - Qualifying finalists must be available for an in-person interview
May 11th - Scholarship winners notified!
Celebrate the Class of 2022!
Deadline to order your Senior Yard Sign is April 1st
Senior Boosters Seeking Help from Junior Parents
Senior Booster parents are looking for Junior parents to help monitor the Senior Picnic while they attend the preceding assembly. If you would like to help volunteer, please contact Booster parent Lea Edmondson at email@example.com.
Spring is here! It’s time for baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse, track and tennis!