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Help our SunRidge Clinic by donating boys and/or girls pants or shorts.  
The Clinic can also use new underwear for girls and boys, specifically kindergarten through 2nd grade.

Join SunRidge PTO.  Fill out this form and return it to your child's teacher or the school office.

Champions is now providing a free hot meal to all students through their supper program.  
Find out more about SunRidge's Before and Aftercare program by clicking the Champion link to the left

PEEK at the WEEKS (10/24 & 10/31/2016)

Red Ribbon Week
Monday October 24th - Sunglass Day (Students will get their paper sunglasses to wear).
Tuesday October 25th - Dress like a Rock Star (following OCPS Dress Code).
Wednesday October 26th - Hat Day (Hat’s Off to Drugs) and Students will get red ribbons to wear.
Thursday October 27th - Team Up Against Drugs (Wear your favorite sports team / jersey). Students will also sign a red hand to pledge to be "Drug Free".
Friday October 28th - Wear Red to be Drug Free and Bully Free.
SunRidge Elementary

Hurricane Matthew Make Up Date
October 28th
SunRidge Elementary

SAC Meeting
November 1st 6:15 PM - 6:45 PM
SunRidge Elementary Media Center

PTO Board Meeting
Novmber 1st 6:45 PM - 8:00 PM
SunRidge Elementary Media Center

Conference Night
Novmber 2nd 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
SunRidge Elementary

Box Tops: Fall Submission deadline: October 27 
Box Tops can be submitted on the submission sheets, a bag or envelope. 
Please ensure that your child's name and teacher are on all submissions. 
Download the Box Tops Bonus App on your phone to earn additional bonus box tops by scanning your receipt for select items. 
The class with the highest submission in K-2 and 3-5 will earn a pizza party.

Show your School Spirit! 
Students and Staff are encouraged to show their spirit by wearing their Spirit Shirts or school colors, every Friday.
Students can receive SOAR awards when they where their school spirit on Fridays.
Order your School Spirit Shirts here.

We need HELP!

Lunch Room Monitors:
Please donate some of your time to help out in the lunch room, even if it's for just a half an hour. The children always need help opening items in their lunches, asking for condiments and napkins or to use the rest rooms, etc.

The more volunteers we have, the quicker we will be able to attend to all the children's needs.  Contact Regina Ebling-Douglas at if you are able to help.

TOGETHER, we can make a difference for today and tomorrow in the lives and education of our children.