Hello Power Campus Roadrunners!
I do believe that Fall has finally come upon us. The mornings are crisp and the evenings beautiful.
Guten Morgen Familien!
You guessed it, Our 4th annual EF Tours trip will be whisking us off to Berlin, Prague, Krakow, and Budapest in June 2019! Our tours tend to fill up quickly, so make sure to register to reserve your spot today. We do only have 32 traveling seats available as of right now. If you are intrigued, here are some of the frequently asked questions commonly received along with how to register.
Where can I get additional information? Please visit our travel page to get the itinerary, highlights, cost and to register: www.eftours.com/2082026ny
If you have any further questions, please attend the informational meeting or reach out to Mrs. Simonton directly at email@example.com
Got Roadrunner Spirit?
Come buy your new 2018-2019 Spirit Come buy your new 2018-19 Spirit Gear! Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores and Freshman class t-shirts on sale for you now for $20!!
ADIDAS drawstring bags $25
San Tan t-shirts $20
Mini squishy footballs and volleyballs $5
ALL items can be purchased from the front office.
ALL payments accepted.
Guest Teachers Needed!
Would you like to see your kids every day and get paid? We are in need
of guest teachers to fill in when our teaching staff is out ill. If you are interested in being a guest teacher, please email me
Red Ribbon Week
Theme- Life is Your Journey, Travel Drug Free
We will have a Travel Drug Free
Wednesday- Partner up against drugs- Twin day
Thursday- Don’t get comfy on drugs- dress up day
Friday- Red out
As this will be topic of conversation the entire week, please take time at home to ask your child(ren) probing questions about drug and alcohol use. Our goal is to open the doors of communication with our students about this very sensitive, yet important topic. If you feel that you need help with this, please feel
free to reach out to either myself or Mrs. Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Noetic Math Contest Permission Slip
Our Fall Noetic Math Contest will be presented Nov. 8th for grades 2nd
through 8th in their normal math class. If you wish for your child’s name
and results to be posted on Noetic’s website, please complete the
following digital form by Oct. 31st of 2018.
Permission Slip – Noetic Permission Slip
Character Skating @ SkateLand!
When: Thursday, October 25th 6:30 to 8:30pm
Where: USA SkateLand, 1101 W Ray Rd, Chandler, AZ 85224
**All proceeds of this event directly benefit our Gifted Community! Reserve your tickets today!**
Join our San Tan Community for an evening of Family Holiday Fun!
Families will have a wonderful time skating and socializing with their San Tan friends while wearing their favorite character costumes at San Tan’s night at SkateLand!
Parents are welcome to bring treats for a ‘safe’ trick or treat experience
with our San Tan family.
Event includes unlimited skating at our discount price! Discount Pre-Purchase Tickets are $4 per person.
Visit SanTanGiftedCommunity.org to register and pay online or Return the information below with your payment.
Gifted Parent Night @ San Tan brings back Speed Gifting!
November 7th, 2018 5:30 to 7:30p.m.
*Groups rotate, it is OK if you arrive a little later than 5:30*
With an interesting twist on the speed dating concept, our Speed
Gifting evening will offer an array of high interest topics specifically
designed to help answer questions for gifted parents. You will travel as a
small discussion group between the various topics to receive a personalized learning experience where your questions will be individually addressed.
Topics include ‘What exactly is gifted?’, ‘Why does my child have so much
anxiety?’, ‘Why does my child do the crazy things they do?’, ‘How can I
assist or enrich my child from home?’, and much more!
Children under the age of 10 are welcome to attend childcare for $5 (cash only) up front.
Please RSVP to assist us in providing enough materials.
ASU Early Admission Deadline approaching – 11/1/18
If your senior is interested in attending ASU, please start the process now. The early admission deadline is 11/1/18. https://admission.asu.edu/
Still looking to fund our Junior High Laptops
The social studies department just needs to raise $362 more to fully fund five more laptops for the junior high. Please take a moment to follow the link below to find out more information:
ACE Program for Sophomores
The Counseling Department is pleased to announce that we will be hosting an ACE information Night for our Sophomore families! The ACE program is offered through all Maricopa Community Colleges and we are excited to be partnering with Chandler Gilbert Community College for this great opportunity!
The ACE PLUS (Achieving a College Education) Program is an early outreach, two-year scholarship-based, college preparation program for high school students. The mission of this program is to increase the success rate of first generation, under-represented, and financially dis-advantaged college bound students. ACE PLUS aids the students in their successful completion of high school and assists them with a smooth transition into higher education. Students can earn up to 21 college credits during the course of their junior and senior years. Any sophomores from local high schools may apply. details.
If you would like to learn more about this opportunity, please join us at the Power Campus on Tuesday, October 30th, beginning at 5:30pm.
Please use this sign up link to reserve your spot: ACE RSVP
10/31 – Half Day
San Tan celebrates Fall & Harvest. As a friendly reminder, students may not wear costumes or bring candy to school on 10/31.
College tour for high school students
On Thursday, November 15th, our high school students will have the opportunity to tour Park University!
Park University is new to our community and is located in downtown Gilbert. If you would like to learn more, feel free to visit their website using this direct link: https://www.park.edu/academics/explore-majors-programs/?location=az-gilbert.
We will depart San Tan at 9:00am and will return back to campus by 1:00pm. Students will be returning to campus in time for their regularly scheduled lunch. Therefore, lunch will not be provided and students should plan accordingly.
Permission slips for this field trip have gone out out to all high school students. If your student would like to attend, please turn in your permission slip, with payment, to the front office no later than Wednesday, November 7th.
Nut Free School
As a friendly reminder we are a nut free campus. Please remind your child(ren) of this.
With attendance in class as a priority to enhance learning and increase student achievement, San Tan is offering Restorative Justice every Friday afternoon from 3:45-4:15. Every week students’ attendance and tardies reports will be looked at. If a student has reached 4 or more cumulative tardies and absences, an email will be sent to parents from Mrs. Walker, by Wednesday, informing the parents of the time to stay after school. Mrs. Walker will then meet with the student Thursday to also inform the student of staying for Restorative Justice.
Please be aware that Restorative Justice is simply a reflective time to help build a goal for more efficiency and to make up time out of the classroom. Restorative Justice is not a detention setting, and we would like for the time to be more on personal growth and development and understanding of the importance of school and the classroom time. We thank you in advance
for support as we continue to help shape our students with this very important workplace transferable skill. Please do not hesitate to reach out to Mrs. Walker for any questions at email@example.com.
2019-20 7th Grade & 9th Grade Information Nights
Can you believe we are already planning for the 19/20 school year? Well, before you know it next school year will be here. Start your planning now by saving the date:
11/15/18 – Student Union – Power Campus
7th Grade – 5:30PM
9th Grade – 7PM
As always, thank you for choosing San Tan!
Marlene K. Armstrong, M.Ed.
Principal, Power Campus
San Tan Charter School