Girl's Basketball

Monday, April 21
*No School

Tuesday, April 22
*Students return to school
*Sports Practice, 3:15
*Cheer parent mtg., 6:00
*Safety Week

Wednesday, April 23
*Early Release
K-A.M. 8:00-10:45
K-P.M. 11:00-1:45
1st-6th Grade 8:15-1:30
*Board Mtg., 6:30

Thursday, April 24

*Sports awards, 2:00
*Sport practice, 3:15
*Robotics night

Friday April 25
*Tri Track Meet @ Bud Rank
**5th Gr. Assembly


*April 28– Cheer Clinics
*April 29– GATE Field Trip
*April 29– Cheer Clinics
*April 30– Cheer Clinics
*May 1—Cheer try-outs
*May 2– ‘K’ Field trip to farm
*May 2– PTC Carnival


From the Locker Room
Boys ‘A’ Volleyball: Last Friday our boys completed their season with a victory over Lincoln. It was a nice team victory with athletes contributing to our success. The scores were 25-13 and 25-12. Player of the week: Tanner Crowley for several nice plays and serves.

Girls ‘A’ Softball: What a fantastic game on Friday against Lincoln. The girls played extremely well, but came up short. Dylan Toy pitched great and was player of the game.

Girls ‘B’ Softball: What a great way to end our season! We had a dominating win over Lincoln and an undefeated season. The girl showed amazing defense and great hitting. It was our best game ever! Athlete of the week: Carey Chong for her game ending double to right field!

Boys’ A Team: Boys ‘B’ Baseball: Coach Espinoza and Coach Slater are very pleased to congratulate our Golden Bear B baseball team on their win against Lincoln. It was the last game of the season., and the boys came out determined to win this game, and win they did. With a final score of 7 to 4. Great game boys from fielding, hitting and pitching. Players of the game goes to Issac Thompson and Carson Kimber for their outstanding play and sportsmanship.

A Note From the Nurse
Parents of 6th graders,  this is a reminder that there is the Tdap vaccine requirement due BEFORE they enter 7th grade.  If it has not been done, please try and get done as soon as possible and turn into the Health Office. There will be another notice reminder coming before Spring Break to those students who have not had the Tdap vaccine.  If you have any questions, please feel free to call Karen Christensen  R.N., School Nurse

From The Sports and Recreation Department
Summer Arts & Sports Camp—What:  A fun-filled five week summer program, consisting of games, sports, physical activities, performing and visual arts, weekly field trips and a lot of Fun.  Sessions are taught by credentialed teachers and qualified specialists. Who:  Kindergarten-6th Graders (current grade). Where:  Alta Sierra, Kastner and Reyburn Intermediate Schools. When:  June 16-July 18, 2014 (8:00am-12:00pm Monday-Friday). Cost:  $350.00 per child (weekly registration also available at a rate of $90.00 per week). Registration:  8am-5pm Monday-Friday in the Sports & Recreation Dept or download a registration form from our website at Deadline to Register is June 6th . Questions:  Call 327-9225