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    Join us at High Country Sports Arena on Friday, October 25 for a Halloween Family Skate Night from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.  Costumes are welcome, but for safety, no masks or extra long costumes. 

    The cost is $5.00 per skater and includes skate rental.  Concessions will be available for purchase.  High Country Sports Arena is locted at 18960 Waylon Way in Sonora.  Roll on over for an evening of fun!

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    Support Sonora School is hosting a Coffee Fundraiser.  Order envelopes have been sent with students.  Orders will be in before Thanksgiving.  The coffee is locally roasted in small batches.  It's great for the holidays or the perfect gift.  $12.00 per 12 ounce bag.  Choose from the list of flavors:  Holiday Spice, Jingle Bell Java, Frosty's Fav, Pumpkin Spice, 49er Blend, or Decaf Columbian.  

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  • GOT PIE?

    Sonora Elementary's 5th Grade students are selling pies from The Pie Company to raise funds for their Ship Trip field trip.

    The pies are 10" diameter and arrive frozen.  The pies can be kept in the freezer for up to one year - if you can wait that long.  Just follow the baking directions on the package, place the unwrapped frozen pie in your oven, and you have a fresh-baked treat for the family to enjoy. There are many flavors to choose from!

    Pie orders will be taken from October 4, 2019 through October 28. The cost is $15.00 per pie, for as many pies as you wish to order.  The pies will be delivered to school for you to pick up on November 8, 2019.

    Need a pie for your holiday dinner? How about your best friends birthday?  Pieday Friday?  Clear out some freezer space, pick your favorite flavors, and order up!

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    Help our wonderful 7th graders to have many enrichment days this year. These fundraising items make wonderful gifts for the holidays, energy rich snacks for your adventurous weekends, and popular treats during those fall & spring sporting events.  A portion of every product sold on this fundraising website benefits Sonora Elementary School!  Click here to see the variety of treats we have to offer!

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    Currently several areas are temporarily disrupted for construction of our new building.  A fence surrounds the construction area to keep students out of the area.

    Please do not enter the construction area and be extra cautious and safety minded whenever you visit the campus.

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    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.

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  •  Photo of Cheyenne Matyshock, October student of the month We are pleased to recognize a well-deserving student, Cheyenne Matyshock as our October Student of the Month. 

    Cheyenne is a bright, hard-working student, who always has a smile on her face and is willing to do more than what is asked of her, to get the job done.  Cheyenne is an exceptional student, having maintained a 4.0 GPA.  She is also a great athlete, with her main passion being softball, having played a number of years in travel softball.  She has represented Sonora Elementary in basketball, volleyball and track.  She plans to attend Sonora High next year and is looking forward to joining the Wildcat Softball program.  In the future, she wants to pursue a career in the medical field and wants to explore the world, going on unique adventures.  She believes the secret to success is to include everyone and treat people with respect.  Great job, Cheyenne!     

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