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Field Day Guidelines

Field Day Guidelines

May 11, 2018

We are excited about Field Day 2018!  Coach Waggoner has planned exciting, fun-filled stations for all elementary learners in the morning.  So thankful for all the parents, as well as the High School Student Leadership Institute students, who will be assisting in many ways on Friday.  We will break around 11:30 for lunch provided by Sage Dining, and then the afternoon will be a time for some more engaging activities especially designed for grades 3-5.

We eagerly anticipate a great day of fun, so we ask that you please be mindful of the following guidelines:

  • Students may wear shorts with the field day t-shirt.
    • If a field day t-shirt was not purchased, please wear any SRCS t-shirt.
    • Shorts must be appropriate length (finger-tip or longer).
    • No jean shorts or any shorts with rivets. (Rivets harm the slides.)


  • Please wear either water shoes or older tennis shoes.
    • Strapped sandals like Chacos, Crocs, Tevas with backs are allowed

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  • We will enjoy water slides, so please bring a change of clothes.
    • Appropriate length shorts with SRCS t-shirt.
    • No jean shorts or any shorts with rivets. (Rivets harm the slides.)
    • Each student will also will need a towel.


  • Adults welcome!
    • Please come ready to help!
    • Please wear comfortable shoes.
    • Appropriate length shorts are also suggested.
    • We ask for adults not to wear sleeveless shirts, tank or halter tops.
    • Please complete the lunch form and return it to the homeroom teacher by Wednesday, 5/3/18.

If you have any questions, please consult your child’s homeroom teacher or call the school.

Looking forward to Friday!

Mrs. Judy Johnston (SR Elementary Principal)  &   Mrs. Dawn Olender (SR elementary Assistant Principal)

Chapel for May

Theme: Source Code – Untangle the web!

Honesty:  Choosing to be truthful in whatever you say or do

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Our Memory Verse for May comes from Proverbs 10:9, “Whoever walks in integrity walks securely,  but he who makes his ways crooked will be found out.”

We are finishing out the year with a topic we can all learn from – always tell the truth!

God wants what is best for us. He has called us “His children”, and given us great things. Because we know that God is good, WE CAN BE HONEST. Lying and cheating are a response to fear. They are what people do if they think no one else will take care of them. But when you trust in God, when you know His love, you have a different response. You can be truthful.

May 1

Bible Story: Naaman and Elisha’s Servant (2 Kings 5)


Bottom Line:  When you’re not truthful, you lose trust.


May 8


Bible Story:  David and Abimelech (1 Samuel 21-22)


Bottom Line:  When you’re not truthful, you hurt others.



May 15
Bible Story: Haman’s Plot (Esther 3; 4:8b; 5:6-10; 7:1-6; 9b-10)


Bottom Line: When you lie to help yourself, you hurt yourself instead.



May 22
Bible Story:  No Secrets with God (1 John 1:9)


Bottom Line:  Choosing to be truthful in whatever you say and do.


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