September, Fri 19, 2014 - Sage International
COLLEGE NIGHT PRESENTATIONS
Preparing for College information is now available on the HS website. If you missed the IB DP College Quest evening, need a review or are just curious for your future high school students, please take a gander.
SAGE HIGH SCHOOL MOUNTAIN BIKING TEAM
Sage International School now has a high school mountain bike team! Although a small group of students has been biking with Sage teachers for a couple of seasons, we are about to be official with the arrival of NICA (National Interscholastic Cycling Association) in Idaho. Congratulations to our Sage bikers! If anyone is interested in joining the fun, please contact Echo Savage or Tanya Rush. Additionally, any parents involved with a business that would be interested in an advertising opportunity that has, as an added side benefit, the gratifying experience of supporting Sage students, please contact Ms. Savage or Ms. Rush about helping to sponsor the team! We'll put your logo on the back of a Sage superstar.
PARKCENTER PICK-UP - Reminders
Yowza! We’ve seen some things this past week (close calls, speeding, jaywalking, wrong way traffic, raised voices) that give us reason to pause. Please remember that we are all working towards the same thing – safely getting your students into your cars as efficiently as possible. This cannot be accomplished unless we all follow the same rules and maintain a level of respect for the procedures that have been put in place. Unfortunately not everyone can be first…
Things to Remember:
Also, we recognize that if a child is jumping at your moving car, any sane person would stop. This is as it should be to prevent an accident. We will continue to help the kids understand how to be safe and are asking the teachers to remind students to stand away from the curb and to walk down the sidewalk until your car stops. We would appreciate it if you would also reinforce this at home.
Finally, thank you to everyone who continues to put their best efforts forth at the end of the day! While it may be hard to perceive, for those of us present from beginning to end, it does continue to improve.