STUFF THE PIG
Stuff The Pig is a Kids-4-Kids fundraising effort for the Paradise School District. During the Camp Fire in Paradise, California, schools were burned to the ground. Students have been displaced and most are now bussed to temporary school sites. LET'S HELP!! Bring your nickels, dimes, quaeters and/or dollars to the school office and fill the piggy-box! Sonora Elementary will be collecting donations February 11-25, 2019. All monies go directly to the Butte County Schools Fire Relief Funds, earmarked for teachers and students. This fundraiser is done in connection with Jamestown Family Resource Center. For questions, please call 770-4347. Thank you for your support!
RESERVE YOUR YEARBOOK!
Reserve your 2018-19 Sonora Elementary School Yearbook today! The cost is $22.00 for a hardcover book of memories! Order forms are available in the school office. You can also order your copy online by clicking this link: Sonora Elementary Yearbook and entering school code 13235219 Get yours today!!
WANTED: CITIZENS OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE MEMBERS
The Sonora School Board is seeking “Parent “ and “Community” representatives to serve a four-year term on the Citizens Oversight Committee. The purpose of the Citizens Oversight Committee (COC) is to inform the public concerning the expenditures of bond revenues. The committee normally meets on a quarterly basis. An interested citizen would need to be a parent who has a child enrolled at Sonora Elementary or a person living within the Sonora Elementary school district boundaries. Please contact Leigh Shampain @ 532-5491 for further information.
We are pleased to recognize Irelynd Speer as our January Student of the Month.
Irelynd is the daughter of Israel and Jessie Speer. Irelynd is quite an impressive athlete, having participated in Cross Country, Basketball, Volleyball, and Track. She also plays club volleyball and basketball. In her free time, she likes to hang out with her friends and family and also likes to travel. For her, the best part of living in Sonora is being connected to a small community. Next year, she will be attending Sonora High and looks forward to the opportunities of representing Sonora High in athletics. After high school, she would like to attend USC or a school in Los Angeles. Irelynd is very successful in school and attributes that success to trying your best at everything. Her teachers describe her as a leader, a role model, kind, humble, and conscientious. Great job, Irelynd!
3:00 PM Girl's Volleyball Season Begins
10:40 AM SHS Golden Regiment Band Performance
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Sonora El Skate Night at High Country Sports Arena
7:00 AM - 5:30 PM 7th/8th Grade Ski Trip to Bear Valley