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Riggs Roadrunners Santan Junior High Storm
Golf Tournament – The fi rst-ever Riggs Golf Tournament is scheduled for Nov. 9 at Seville Chandler CARES – Santan Elementary and Junior High students and staff are collecting cereal
Golf and Country Club. Sponsors and players are needed. If interested, contact Terri Broker at boxes for the Chandler CARE Food Bank located at Galveston Elementary as part of a district charity
tbroker1@cox.net. drive. Santan’s goal is 800 boxes per elementary and 800 boxes per junior high.
– Jen Simmons Teacher kudos – Students can nominate their favorite teachers for “Teacher of the Month” by
picking up an application at the library or from Mr. L. and dropping them off at the same locations.
Game days – The library is hosting game days on Tuesdays and Thursdays and seeks donations
of gently used board games.
Ryan Royals
More info – Visit Santan’s school website for a complete listing of sporting and other school
events at ww2.chandler.k12.az.us/santan-k8.
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—Peg Newendyke
Sept. 9: School pictures
Sept. 14: PTO meeting, 6:30 p.m., Library
Sept. 15: Family Food Night, 4 p.m. to closing, Red White and Brew at Chandler Heights and Gilbert
roads
—Randi Rasmussen
Basha High Bears
High honors – Basha senior Meghan Tubaugh was recognized by the College Board as a
National Hispanic Recognition Program winner as a result of her PSAT score and excellent scholastic
Santan K-6 Storm
record. Currently ranked in the top 3 percent of her graduating class at Basha, Meghan plans to
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study elementary education at Notre Dame, where she spent last summer at the Latino Community
Sept. 9: K-Kids Offi cers meeting after school
Leadership Seminar.
Sept. 10: Fifth-grade fi eldtrip to BizTown
—Rita Fassinger
Sept. 11: Grandparents Day
Sept. 14: PTO Pizza Night
Sept. 18: Kindergarten fi eldtrip to Basha High library
Sept. 18-29: Book Fair
Sept. 25: Picture retakes; PTO Movie Night
Sept. 28-Oct. 3: Spirit Week
Perry High Pumas
Oct. 1: Assembly; report cards go home New Puma program – Renaissance inspires the acceptance and excitement for academics
—Dominica Peterson that’s traditionally reserved for athletics. Through Renaissance, Perry will aim to increase student
performance and teacher enthusiasm, and to raise the level of community participation in school.
We will recognize more staff and students on our campus to build a stronger school community. We
will be implementing the “full” program in the second semester, but we are slowly moving in that
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direction with the simple recognition of our peers and students. Look for more information soon.
Tax credit – Donate your tax credit to Perry High School. More information at
Tax credit – Tax credit donations greatly benefi t Bogle students. Consider making a tax http://ww2.chandler.k12.az.us/phs/
credit donation in the next few months before the tax year is over. Forms can be found at www. Calendar
boglebulldogs.com or on the district website. Sept. 14-17: Spirit Links on sale STUGO
Gratitude – Thanks to Dr. Chamberlain of Chamberlain Orthodontics and the BJHS Student 1:15 p.m. Site Council at PHS
Council for funding the purchase of the new school marquee. The new marquee is larger, easier to 6 p.m. PTO meeting C 115
read and looks great. Sept. 17: Choir Concert 7 pm, auditorium
—Jennifer Sifuentes Sept. 18: MTV Made auditions 2:30 p.m.
Sept. 21-25: Spirit Week
Sept. 23: Coldstone Creamery Night
Sept. 24: Orchestra Concert, 7 p.m., auditorium
Sept. 25: Forthcoming Assembly
Payne Junior High Panthers
Sept. 26: Forthcoming Dance, 7-10 p.m.
Oct. 1-3: Play, 7 p.m.
Parent pick-up – In an effort to keep traffi c moving after school, parents are requested to pull
Oct. 5-20 Fall Intersession
completely forward during after-school student pick-up. Students should be picked up at the far east
Oct. 27-29: AIMS testing
end of the lane, behind Building B. To ensure safety, students must cross at the designated crosswalks.
Nov. 9-13: AVID Clothing Drive
Book Club – Payne’s Book Club starts off the year by reading “Hunger Games” by Suzanne
PTO Silent Auction & Dinner
Collins. They are raising money to purchase additional books by selling water and licorice after school.
–HL Patterson
Donations of tubs of Red Vines are welcome in the library at any time.
Tutor time – Tutoring commences in the Media Center. Hours are 8 to 9 a.m. Tuesdays and
Fridays and 4 to 4:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays. Students must be picked up after school by
4:30 p.m.
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Sept. 18: Jamba Juice on sale www.SanTanSun.com,
—Tracy House
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