Laramie Letters 10/15

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Lunch Orders 

Everyone (even returning families) will need to re-register for a new account on the system. If you are interested in participating in a 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 the cost of $3.75 per day. All November lunch orders MUST be completed by the end of day Monday, October 21st at 11:59 PM

November’s Lunch Menu is ready at


Haunted House

BOO! Get ready to SCREAM!  Take a trip through our Haunted House… If you dare! From October 29th to November 1st from 6-9pm.  Visit our calendar for more details


Friday Football Game

This Friday’s football game is “Pink Out”. The Mini STCS Cheer Squad will be performing during the Half Time show!

Admission Costs Apply: $5 Adults, $3 Students, 3 and under free


FEC Meeting

Please Join us for our FEC (Family Engagement Committee Meeting-It’s our “PTA”) meeting at 5:30 in the Recker Campus Middle School Student Union. We will be reviewing the FEC plan and breaking out into groups to work on events for the year:

  • Cultural Fair (Nov)
  • Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (Nov)
  • Montessori Gala (Feb)
  • Family Fun Day (Feb)
  • The San Tan Kindness Project (April)
  • Teacher Appreciation Gala (May)

If you have any questions please contact Brigette Heller:


Winter Sports Night

Interested in playing a Winter Sport? Sign up Tonight at the Power Campus starting at 6 pm. Please email Ms. Tatum at for any questions

Winters Sports:

Jr. High Boys Basketball (5th-8th Grade)

Jr. High Girls Softball (5th-8th Grade)

Cheer (5th-12th Grade)

Color Guard (5th-12th Grade)


STCS Forward Thinking

Reminder Every Wednesday until the end of school, we will be asking that students where Higher Education, Armed Forces or trade school shirts to school. We really are looking at promoting higher education in our K-8 campus. We will be encouraging classrooms to write to different colleges and asking for shirt donations.


Multicultural Fair

Walk a Mile in My Shoes!

2019 San Tan Charter School


Friday, November 8, 2019

At San Tan we are thrilled to welcome students and families from cultures across the globe.  We are committed to honoring and celebrating each student’s identity and family heritage every day of the year.  Each year we invite our community to join with us on a special day of celebration: The San Tan Multicultural Fair!  Let’s do it again!  What would be walking a mile in your family’s culture look like? We want to know! Look for more information in your class weekly newsletter.

Sign Up Genius Link:


PBIS Rewards

Please help us in enhancing the PBIS Reward program by supplying incentives for students and teachers who are rewarded points for their good deeds! Students will have an opportunity to purchase supplies by using points they have earned for example, focusing on work, showing super school spirit, helping another student, teacher, or staff member, keeping our campus clean, etc. Teachers will also have an opportunity as well to earn points for being caught doing something amazing or wearing super school spirit on Fridays!  All Staff members have been tracking student’s and teacher’s points so that they are rewarded with supplies/prizes that they can use at home or at school. Take a look at the many items available and help support our store!

Note: The store will be open the last Friday of every month beginning Oct. 25th. Kids can visit the store during their lunch recess.


Recker Academic Success Kit

Please remember to pay your $15 per student for:


STCS Recker Campus Yearbook for Sale

Our 2019-2020 Recker Campus Yearbook Team is pleased to announce the Premiere Sale of this year’s Recker Campus Yearbook. Copies of the Yearbook can be ordered online or over the count (with the attached Order Form). Our Yearbook theme this year is “Roadrunner Respect: What Goes Around, Comes Around” and the Team is excited to be creating and providing our families with a 100-page book of San Tan Memories. Order Link:


Donor’s Choose

At this time, we are so excited to find that the Gates Foundation and Donor’s Choose are currently matching teacher’s projects at 50%. Therefore, our teachers are filling out projects at this time. If you would like to donate, you can click on the following links.

Ms. Beam’s Project


Dates to Remember 

  • 10/15 Winter Sports Sign Up Night
  • 10/16- Panda Express Night
  • 10/21-10/23- Tonto Creek Field trip
  • 10/29-11/1- Power Campus Haunted House
  • 11/1- Second Grade Field Trip to Gilbert Historical Museum
  • 11/1- Fourth Grade Field Trip to JABiztown
  • 11/7 Montessori Music Celebration
  • 11/7 Staff Love day
  • 11/8 Multicultural Fair
  • 11/8 K-8 Learning Celebration
  • 11/11- NO SCHOOL for Veteran’s Day
  • 11/13- Fall Picture Retake Day
  • 11/14-Kinder Information Night
  • 11/15- Fifth Grade Field Trip to American Heritage Festival
  • 11/15- Middle School Math Olympiad Competition
  • 11/16- Elementary Math Olympiad Competition
  • 11/21-11/22- Third Grade Overnight Zoo Field Trip
  • 11/21- First Grade Sea Life Aquarium Field Trip
  • 11/22- High School Powder Puff Football Game
  • 11/27- Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Half Day
  • 11/28-11/29- No School HAPPY THANKSGIVING
  • 12/2- MAP Testing Begins
  • 12/6- Last Day of Clubs
  • 12/10- Elementary Music Concert
  • 12/12- Middle School Music Concert
  • 12/16-12/20- Scholastic Book Fair
  • 12/19-12/20- Half Days
  • 12/23-1/3- NO SCHOOL
  • 1/6- First Day of Spring Semester


Athletic Dates to Remember

  • 11/15 JV HS Volleyball Game (Power Campus)
  • 11/17 Varsity HS Volleyball Game (Power Campus)
  • 11/18 Varsity Football Game (Power Campus)
  • 11/25 Varsity Football Game (Away)
  • 11/1 Varsity Football Game (Power Campus)
  • 11/9 CAA Football Championships


Mrs. Sarah Laramie, M.A. 
Principal, Recker Campus
Doctoral Candidate, Grand Canyon University

San Tan Charter School
3959 E. Elliot Rd.
Gilbert, AZ 85234
Phone: 480-222-0811


“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”- Nelson Mandela