A+22 March 17 - April 6, 2007
Sanborn Suns Santan Junior High Storm
Science Fair –Grace Harley, Janthavy Norton and Morgan Schindele placed fi rst in the fi fth-grade Sports try-outs – Fourth Season Sports tryouts are March 29-April 4 for girls’ softball, boys’ volleyball
category at HISEF. They will demonstrate their project, Power of Pulleys, at the CARSEF later in March. and track. Students must have a Sports Physical packet turned into Student Services prior to tryouts. Sign-
Field trip – Fourth-graders are looking forward to their fi eld trip to Kartchner Caverns State Park on up sheets are available on the Health Assistant’s desk and with Mr. Mesquita during lunches. Contact Mrs.
March 27. The bus departs at 6 a.m. and returns at 4:30 p.m.
Moreno at 480-883-4610 for info.
Annual dinner – Sanborn Dads Club and PTO invites Sanborn parents to the First Annual Dinner,
Shop Bashas’ – When you shop at Bashas’ with your “Thank You Card” SJHS earns 1 percent of your
Auction and Golf Tournament on Sat., April 28 at the San Marcos Golf Resort. Brochures with more info
total sales, up to $2,500 total. Provide the cashier with SJHS’s Group ID #29262 and SJHS will be linked with
are available in the offi ce or visit www.sanborndadsclub.org
your card. The program ends March 31. Participating Bashas’ locations are at Gilbert/Chandler Heights,
Spirit Night – Chick-Fil-A on the southwest corner of Gilbert and the 202 hosted an Eat Out Sanborn
McQueen/Pecos, Alma School/Queen Creek and Alma School/Riggs.
Spirit Night on March 7. Ten percent of all sales was donated back to the school.
“Cool Cash” – Linking your Fry’s VIP Card to SJHS can also provide money for the school through
Boys’ basketball – Congratulations to the boys’ basketball team for its undefeated season. Big
its “Cool Cash” program, ending April 28. Participating Fry’s locations are at McQueen/Riggs and Alma
thanks to Coach Bowers for his time and dedication.
Girls’ hoops – Congratulations to the girls’ basketball team for fi nishing the season with an 11-1
Yearbook sale – 2006-07 yearbooks now cost $35 and are available on a fi rst come, fi rst serve basis
after May delivery. Preorder in the front offi ce.
record. Big thanks to Coach Hurd for his time and dedication.
Family night – Native New Yorker donates 15 percent of proceeds to SJHS for families that dine in or
Best design – Sanborn student council won “Best Designed Name Tags” at the Student Council
order take out from 4 to 8 p.m. on the third Thursday of every month through June.
Cheerleaders rule – SJHS cheerleaders won their second consecutive state title, also taking home
— Pamela Moya
the Scholarship award for their community service for UNICEF and scrapbook. They then fl ew to California
to compete at California Adventure in the USA Jr. Nationals, coming home with second place. They were
also Grand Champions at the Desert Showdown Competition, not only winning their division but having
the highest score of any team that day. They practice every day before school at 7 a.m. and raised
approximately $15,000 this year to pay for new uniforms, competition fees and their California trip.
Penny Drive – This year’s penny drive raised $3,008.73 for two charities. Thanks to all who
contributed and helped count the pennies!
Presidential lessons – Third-graders studied the U.S. presidency, the election process and the three
Heart hoops – P.E. students participated in the American Heart Association’s “Hoops for Heart,” a
branches of government. Each student researched a president at home and created poster presentations
basketball special event program promoting community service by raising funds to support heart and
for the class. stroke research and education. SJHS students raised $4,227.98 for research.
Knitting together – Fifth-grade teachers Mrs. Arnold, Ms. DaRugna and Ms. Wahid led 12 students in Offi ce recycling – SJHS receives $1 for every empty ink cartridge and $3 for every toner cartridge
a knitting club to knit scarves for the children at Pappas School in downtown Phoenix. Upon fi nishing, they brought into the drop box at the Administration offi ce to be recycled.
made tags with messages on them, wrapped them in yellow ribbon and sent them to Pappas. Read-a-Thon thanks – The Media Center thanks the following businesses for their fi nancial support
— Judy Eidsvaag & Andrea Huelsenbeck of the Read-a-Thon: Albertson’s at Riggs/Gilbert; Bashas’ at Gilbert/Chandler Heights; Bashas’ at Alma
School/Queen Creek; Bashas at Alma School/Riggs; Fry’s at McQueen/Riggs; Mama T’s at Queen Creek/
Ocotillo; Pizza Factory on McQueen/Riggs; Papa John’s at Chandler Heights/Alma School.
Sports banquet – The third season sports banquet was held for all who participated in girls’
Bogle Junior High Bulldogs
basketball, boys’ baseball, wrestling and cheer.
CPD Academy – The Chandler Police Department sponsored a Youth Academy for community
students during the fi rst week of spring intercession, designed to develop citizen awareness and
AIMS testing – AIMS testing is April 10-12 and 16-18. Parents should make sure their students are understanding of the role of law enforcement. Students ages 13 to 16 had hands-on learning experiences
present and encourage them to do their best. with a variety of jobs and functions within the PD.
Model UN – Bogle students participated in the Model UN conference. Jake Riccio’s resolution Calendar
regarding nuclear weapon proliferation and Lisa Jones’ and Shane D’sa’s resolution regarding the status March 29-4 – Sports tryouts
of POWs were both voted out of committees and debated at the General Assembly. Lisa and Shane’s
March 29 – Student of the Month lunch
resolution was passed in the General Assembly. All the students looked and behaved professionally
— Sandra L. Munter & Becky LeMay
throughout the conference. Thanks to them for representing Bogle!
Booster vols - The Parent Booster Club is looking for volunteers to help in the copy room one morning
per week. Call Gloria Poulson at 480-883-5500.
— Jennifer Sifuentes
Basha High Bears
Payne Junior High Panthers
FBLA winners – Basha winners at the FBLA Central Regional Conference in Yuma include: Michelle
Li, fi fth place in Java, second place, Visual Basic; Leah Wubbena and Marisa Echemendia, second place,
Multimedia Presentation; Evan Sharp, fi rst place Word Processing I, fi rst place Business Math; Meg Cornille,
Spirit - Every Friday is Spirit Day at Payne. Show your Panther spirit by wearing black and red school
fi fth place, Word Processing II; Payton Lacivita, Justin Ramos, and Elizabeth Warn, fi fth place, Business
colors and win prizes.
— David Giaramita
— Terry Locke
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