Errington Edition 12/18

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Dear San Tan Families,


We are thrilled to see all of our elementary families at tonight’s Holiday Music Concert and Art Walk. The show starts at 5:30 sharp but please read the information below for some tips to set everyone up for success. Students can be dropped off in the MIDDLE SCHOOL BUILDING starting at 5pm. Please see the signs posted and the list of classrooms below.


  1. We have a few events on campus so please be aware of timing and parking. You are welcome to use the parking lot, the church across the street, and park on sides of the street without NO Parking signs. Thank you for your support with this.


  1. Dress Warmly and festively. Please bring your chairs, blankets, and join us on our football field to watch our amazing kiddos perform.


  1. Students can be dropped off to their teacher in the MIDDLE SCHOOL Building starting at 5:00pm. See the list below where your child’s teacher and class are meeting. We will also have signs posted in the building for your convenience.



Owings & Camba- Room 409 (Risan’s room)

Norgren & Belt- Room 408 (Art room)


1st grade-

Gregersen & Reuss- Room 407 (Reiff’s room)

Klingert & Calvey- Student Union


2nd Grade- 

Jury & Esposito- Room 406 (Montoya’s room)

Johnson & Simpson- Room 405 (Gifford’s Room)


3rd Grade & Mrs. DeWyke-

Errington & DeWyke- Room 401 (Bulger’s room)

Winters & Olson- Room 403 (Sterling’s room)


4th Grade-

Lewis & Yocklin- Room 402 (Patterson’s room)

Pjura &Taylor- Room 404 (Love’s Room)


  1. Art Walk and Art Masterpiece Fundraiser

Please don’t miss our festive pop-up photo booth that will also be there with professional photographer Jenny Del Toro. Photos will start at 4 p.m. for those who want to get their family pictures early enough to have plenty of time for artwalk and will run until sundown. Our Art Masterpiece team is offering a real deal at $10 for two or $15 for 3 emailed photo files in a fun scene put together by San Tan’s most creative. 100% of sales will go towards funding the color, sparkle, and other supplies our students need to create their wonderful artworks. Both students and volunteers would very much appreciate the support! CASH ONLY



Come and support our 6th grade students as they learn about the true art of business. They have opened up their own bakeries for one night only to demonstrate their skills in calculating profit, revenue, percent, decimals and fractions. Come get cookies, brownies, pies, and warm up with some hot chocolate while enjoying the music from the concert TOMORROW, December 18th. It is CASH ONLY!


  1. We will dismiss students to their parents by grade level in an organized fashion. Thank you for your patience as we assure all students get back in a safe manner.



If you are interested in participating in hot lunch for the upcoming school year, please click on the link below. All hot lunches come with a meat, vegetarian, or salad option as well as 2% white milk or water at a cost of $3.75 per day. All January lunch orders MUST be completed by end of day on Thursday 12/20


January’s Lunch Menu is ready at
o Preschool – 5th Please Choose classroom teacher
o Middle School Grades 6th – 7th Please Choose Middle School for teacher
1.     Register
2.     Select menu items
3.     Pay (this step must be completed by the deadline to avoid order cancellation)




The tax credit program is the perfect way to give and support San Tan Charter School’s goal of $86,000.00, we saw an incredible response this Giving Tuesday and have raised $27,000.00, thank you! The program is a win/win for everyone. By redirecting your tax dollars, you will support special programs at San Tan Charter School such as Music Education, which each student participates in and Physical Education, in which students participate in daily. It also provides weekly Library time for our students. At the high school level this helps support our amazing electives offerings. The best part, is whatever you contribute, you will receive dollar for dollar back on your state taxes. So, if you give $100, you can deduct that $100 off what you owe in taxes. If you are a married couple, you may only contribute up to $400. If you are single, the total amount that you can contribute is $200. A one-time contribution is also wonderful. The form link is now



It is always such a privilege to welcome the New Year with our San Tan Multicultural Fair!  One of my most favorite projects to coordinate AND the newest San Tan traditions, the Multicultural Fair gives us an opportunity to share culture and traditions with our students and families. In its third year, the 2019 Multicultural Fair Theme is appropriately, TRADITIONS.  We are so excited to listen, learn, explore and enjoy the rich cultural and family traditions at San Tan! This year our JOHNSONVILLE make-up includes families from several countries and cultures!


The Multicultural Fair is scheduled for Friday, January 18, 2019!  WE NEED YOU! We hope that you will join us in celebrating your family’s culture and traditions through music, art, artifacts, and food as we welcome in the New Year with community, culture and traditions!  Attached you will find more information regarding the Multicultural Fair and the sign up genius that you will use to indicate your participation. 


Thank you for supporting our San Tan cultural community!




Elementary Art Walk and Photo Booth Fundraiser (Grades K-4) 

Our fantastic team of Art Masterpiece Volunteers will be showcasing students’ best work in our annual Winter Art Walk on December 18th at 4:30 p.m., an hour before the music concert, in the courtyard. Our creative students have been looking forward to showing off their work in front of their families all semester! Please don’t miss our festive pop-up photo booth that will also be there with professional Jenny Del Toro. Photos will start at 4 p.m. for those who want to get their family pictures early enough to have plenty of time for artwalk and will run until sundown. Our Art Masterpiece team is offering a real deal at $10 for two or $15 for 3 emailed photo files in a fun scene put together by San Tan’s most creative. 100% of sales will go towards funding the color, sparkle, and other supplies our students need to create their wonderful artworks. Both students and volunteers would very much appreciate the support! CASH ONLY PLEASE.


Elementary Music Concert (Grades K-4): The Elementary classes of San Tan Charter School will be putting on a concert for the San Tan Charter School Community on December 18th at 5:30pm on the Recker football field. All students will need to be in the Recker gym at 5pm, so that each classroom teacher has time to place the kiddos in a certain order. Also, please have your kiddo wear something warm because after the sun sets, it will become quite chilly out on the field. Please join the Freeze Team as we play a game show called “Freeze Frame!” and enjoy the antics of the show’s cast, as well as the show’s singers. We have worked hard on the music and are excited to perform the show for the San Tan community. NOTE: bring your chairs, blankets, and jackets. We will have some great events occurring at this evening to benefit our Recker Campus.


Our Scholastic Book Fair is a reading event that brings the books kids want to read right into our school. It’s a wonderful selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level. Please make plans to visit our Book Fair and be involved in shaping your child’s reading habits.

Book Fair dates: Dec. 17th – Dec. 20th

Book Fair Location: Recker Campus

Shopping hours: Before School and After School

Special hours: Before Music Concert (Dec. 18th)


We look forward to seeing you and your family at our Book Fair! Remember, all purchases benefit our school.


Thursday December 20th and Friday December 21st – no aftercare, no childcare.



Half-Day Winter Conference Camp for Kids

We are pleased to announce, with the success of our Fall Half-Day Conference Camp, that we will be offering a Winter Half-Day Conference Camp during our January 9th, 10th, & 11th Parent Teacher Conferences. The registration and payment deadline is Friday, January 4th, but you can SAVE YOUR SPOT by signing up on our Sign-up Genius (this also helps our teachers plan for their camp activities). Please turn in your registration form and payment to the front. Our theme for this camp will be Winter Wonderland. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Ms. Kisler at Proceeds go to funding our amazing specials and electives program!

Winter Camp Sign-up Genius:



STCS Fundraiser

Help sponsor the following teachers to attend the Get Your Teach On Conference which is being hosted in Phoenix, January 21st and 22nd. The teachers will spend two days with Hope and Wade King and other expert presenters as they share their passion and enthusiasm for education and give teachers their tips, tricks, best practices, and teacher secrets to building a successful and engaging classroom. The teachers will leave feeling empowered, motivated, and prepared to create dynamic lessons that will challenge your students and leave them hungry for more. These teacher leaders who have agreed to go will be helping to bring the GYTO philosophy of outside the box instruction methods back to STCS.

To read more about the conference here is the link:

Teachers who have agreed to go:

Shannon Yocklin
Jazzael Taylor
Carey Belt
Stefany Camba
Staci Jury
Megan Owings
Christina Winters
Christina Pjura
Jennifer Lewis




December 18, 2018- Elementary Holiday Concert and Art Walk- 5:30pm

December 17-21, 2018 – Scholastic Book Fair

December 20th– Half Day- Charter ONLY-

December 21st– Half day – ALL SCHOOL-

December 24, 2018- January 4, 2019- WINTER BREAK- NO SCHOOL

January 7, 2019- School Resumes

January 7, 2019- Elementary School Spelling Bee

January 8, 2019- Grades 3rd-6th will be participating in the Math League Competition

January 9, 10, 11- Charter School Half Days- ILP Conferences

January 9-10- Winters Half Day Camps

January 15, 2018- Recker Clubs Fair-5-6pm-

January 17, 2018- Love and Logic Introduction-8:45am-


Amanda Errington
San Tan Charter School- Recker Campus


“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.



2018-2019 Winter Teacher Conference Camp Registration Form

2018-2019 Yearbook Order Form

School Wide Multi Cultural Fair Flyer