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Summer Music Camps!

posted May 15, 2015, 10:23 AM by Ryan Francoeur

Learn to play GUITAR, DRUMS, BAND INSTRUMENTS and STRING INSTRUMENTS.  Click HERE to learn more about exciting, summer music camps.  Mr. Shugert is teaching the guitar camp.

PAA Summer Music Camps 2015.pdf

Order School Supplies

posted Apr 13, 2015, 1:06 PM by robin fender   [ updated May 10, 2015, 7:11 AM ]

Reserve your plot in the SCE Garden

posted Mar 29, 2015, 1:39 PM by robin fender

This weather is making me want to get out and dig in the dirt! Come join the Sand Creek Garden Group.  This is a great community meeting place and you can harvest all of your own produce. Click here for the SCE Garden Application Form.docx

Summer Art Camps!

posted Mar 19, 2015, 7:18 AM by Ryan Francoeur

Ms. Miess is now accepting registrations for the 2015 Summer Art Camp Sessions. She will be offering classes June 1-5 and June 8-12, and they include Paper Mache CampClay Camp, and a mural & art installation camp called Make Sand Creek Beautiful! Please click the links below the photos for info and registration.

Summer Sports Camps!

posted Mar 17, 2015, 2:54 PM by Ryan Francoeur   [ updated Mar 17, 2015, 2:55 PM ]


Each day will include a different sport: basketball, baseball, soccer, lacrosse, dodgeball, flag football and more! Camps are for players of all ability levels. Join Mr. Bolser over the summer to learn new skills in a fun, positive environment! Must bring a Sack Lunch.


COST: $125



GOLF CAMP: $100 
Come learn about the game of golf, including the skills, rules, and etiquette. Campers will get a bucket of range balls, participate in putting/chipping competitions, and play 9 holes of golf each day. Campers must be able to bring and carry their own set of clubs. Grades 3-6th

JULY: 20th-24th

Click the Link below to Register:

Summer Sports Camps

Order your SCE yearbook

posted Dec 14, 2014, 12:18 PM by robin fender   [ updated Dec 15, 2014, 2:06 PM ]

Click here for details on how to order on line.

Grab and Go Breakfast

posted Sep 15, 2014, 4:18 PM by robin fender   [ updated Jan 12, 2015, 8:47 AM by Ryan Francoeur ]

Nutrition is an important part of starting your child's day.  Sand Creek is offering a grab and go breakfast.
Click here to view the program
Click here for info on smart snacks
Click here for Grab and Go Calendar choices.

SCE Online Art Gallery

posted Nov 9, 2012, 9:10 AM by Brandon Petersen   [ updated Oct 26, 2014, 7:58 AM by Cory Poland ]

Many of you enjoyed the online galleries of art that I included in my website last year, and this year I decided to take it one step further by displaying every child's artwork in www.artsonia.com, the world's largest online student art museum. I emailed every parent (with an email on file with the school) an invitation to open your child's Artsonia account. Please locate this email to activate the account (or let me know if you need to have it emailed to you again). Once activated, you can view all of your child's artwork during the year, you can invite family and friends to be members of your child's "Fan Club", fan club members can write positive comments to your child about his/her artwork, your child can write artist's statements, and you can order products using any artwork your child has made. This program has many benefits and I'm very excited to be using it this year! Some of those benefits are: 
Boost students’ pride and self esteem: Repeatedly, participating teachers talk about the increased pride and self esteem their students feel after participating in Artsonia. Viewing their own creations in an online museum, students are putting forth extra effort in the art room, knowing it will be posted for all their friends and family to appreciate.

Increase parental and family involvement in students’ education: Parents and family members take a much more active role in their child’s art education by viewing the artwork online, joining the child’s fan club, and leaving supportive comments in the artist guestbook. This feedback from family, especially relatives who may not live nearby, is priceless in the development of the child’s artistic confidence.

Integrate technology into the classroom: Teachers and students engage in classroom art projects, and publish their artwork in an online art gallery. The technical literacy of viewing artwork online, tracking artists own statistics online, leaving other comments for friends, etc, provides a technology experience for students that stays within a safe, educational environment.

School rankings and honors for art program: Each year, Artsonia highlights and honors top participating schools and art programs. The awards are based on both technology integration and community involvement. 

Financial support for art program: After the student artwork is published online, the parents and family may purchase keepsakes from the museum with the child’s artwork imprinted on it, and 20% of the revenue is commissioned back to the school art program.

Please activate your child's account today! If you are an apple user, there is also an Artsonia app for your iPhone or iPad that is very handy. If you have any questions, please let me know!

-Ms. Miess

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