Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School

Developing the whole child and fostering a desire for life-long learning.

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    SANTA ROSA TECHNOLOGY MAGNET SCHOOL
    A CALIFORNIA DISTINGUISHED SCHOOL
    2006  2010 • 2014
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  • RED RIBBON WEEK:  October 23-27

    Be sure to ask your students about the many powerful lessons that will be taught during Bulling Prevention Month and Red Ribbon Week to empower our students to remain drug, alcohol and tobacco free and how to be an Ally in bully prevention!  There will be Daily Activities and Lessons, as well as Dress-Up Days to go along with the Themes:

    Monday: "United Against Drugs" / Wear red, white and blueRed Ribbon Week

    Tuesday:  "Too Hip for Drugs" / Dress to represent your favorite "old school" decade

    Wednesday: "Drugs are REDiculous" / Wear red 

    Thursday: "Team up Against Drugs" / Jersey Day

    Friday: "Follow Your Dreams" / Pajama Day
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  • FUN RUN 2017 Kicks off Wednesday, October 25Fun Run 2017

    The APEX FUN RUN is back!  We are ready for another year of running, life lessons, and fun with the APEX team.  This year's theme is UNITED.  Please read the attached informational letter to learn more about the event.  

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  • RANCHO CAMPANA HIGH SCHOOL PROSPECTIVE STUDENT INFORMATION NIGHT:  Wednesday, October 25 OR Thursday, October 26

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    Prospective Student Information Night is on Wednesday, October 25 OR Thursday, October 26, from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm at the Rancho Campana High School Performing Arts Center. Please download the Flyer for additional information.

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  • QUARTERLY FINANCIAL REPORT

    Check It Out  Have you ever asked: Where does the money we donate to the school go?        If so, the new Quarterly Financial Report will help to answer that question.  It provides you detailed information about the revenues and expenditures of the Donation account.  The goal of the report is to inform parents, so they understand that all donated funds are used for the betterment of all students.

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  • PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE:  OctoberMessage

    The year is off to a wonderful start!  Please read the October Principal's Message to learn about all the important events for the the month of October. 

     

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  • TK-5th GRADE HALLOWEENParade  PARADE: October 31 at 8:30 am

    SRTMS will celebrate Halloween on Tuesday, October 31.  Students may come to school dressed up in their costumes, with our Halloween Parade at 8:30 am. All costumes must follow district and school dress codes, along with these guidelines:
    • Costumes should reflect positive themes and should NOT focus on violence or horror
    • Costumes should be comfortable and safe. Closed-toe shoes must be worn.
    • Costumes should be modest and not reflect any vulgarity.
    • Costumes should not have blood or gore.
    • No accessories such as swords, pitchforks, wands, guns or any type of look-alike weapon should be brought to school.
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  • VOLUNTEER HANDBOOK, FORMS & ACKNOWLEDGEMENTVolunteers

    Volunteers are key to the success of students at SRTMS!  Your support as a volunteer benefits our school community in a myriad of ways, and it also sends a message to children that you place a high value on the process of education. We thank you in advance for sharing your time, energy and talents.  Please click here for the Volunteer Handbook that includes all the requirements and paperwork needed to become a volunteer.  This year, we are requiring parents to sign an acknowledgment that they have read and understood all the volunteer requirements

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  • STUDENT/PARENT HANDBOOK

    All information regarding school policies are listed in the SRTMS Student Handbook.  This handbook is printed in the front of elementary agendas and is available on Google Docs for all middle school students.   

     
    The handbook is available for download as a pdf here: SRTMS Student Handbook 2017-2018.
     
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  • PEANUT/TREE NUT FREE CLASSROOMS

    Due to numerous student allergies, ALL SRTMS classrooms are “peanut/tree nut free zones”. NO peanut/tree nut products are allowed in the classrooms, including any foods processed in a facility that also processes nuts. NO EXCEPTIONS. All food products brought to the SRTMS campus (example: parties, teacher luncheons, sports banquets) MUST be approved by the classroom teacher or office staff. Students may enjoy peanut/tree nut products in their snacks and lunches, yet precautions will be taught to all students to minimize cross contamination. All questions or concerns are to be directed to the Health Office.

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