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SCN November Newsletter

 

International Potluck
Families invited to explore world cuisines
 
The Sage Community Network and the Sage International Club encourage you to Save the Date for Sunday, November 16th to participate in the first annual Sage International Potluck at the Sage High School campus, from 2-4pm. The potluck is a family-friendly event for all ages. The Sage Community currently represents more than 20 nationalities. We hope to have at least one food dish representative of each, plus many more! For more information and registration go to International Potluck.

Families need to bring a dish to share and register in advance to reserve their spot.  Two performances are scheduled with the Sage HS Fiddle Group and local Chinese musician, Helen Wang.  Performers are still being sought. If interested in performing please email the SCN.
Rake the Park, Saturday, Nov. 22, 10am Park TBD
Fall is an amazing time of year in Boise's parks, with the trees awash in color with autumn leaves. However, the amazing colors come at a price. The leaves fall and we end up having quite a mess on our hands.

We would like to invite you to participate in the 2014 Rake our Parks event on November 22, which helps us address the huge amount of leaves that fall.  You can form your own team, or be teamed up with other volunteers and go out and help rake the leaves in one of our beautiful parks.

Volunteers must review thCity of Boise Volunteer Handbook to participate.


"Thinkers" is the subject for the next upcoming Secondary Parent Info night hosted by Sage faculty.   These meetings are open to all secondary parents.  

This month's presentation will address strategies Sage students, teachers and parents can use for research, critical reading, and critical thinking as IB learners. 
The IB Learner Profile focus for each meeting is listed below; more info regarding specific topics will be available throughout the year.

Time: 6pm – 7pm / 
Location: Downtown    

November 18 (Thinker, Reflective)
January 20 (Caring)
February 17 (Risk-taker, Open-minded)
March 17 (Knowledgeable)
April 14 (Principled)
Requested Needs:

Board games for MS/HS needed for rainy days

Hand-me-down Computers for Design Technology Class. Anything mostly modern will do! DT Class is doing mostly web-based work so if it can get online than it is likely OK. If not, they will gladly recycle.

The ES/MS Design Technology program is intended to introudce students to many different areas. These classes are jam-packed full of materials and grown upon each other year to year.

Tissue boxes for ES Art Studio Collection boxes are located in the faculty rooms at both Parkcenter locations.


Idaho Youth Ranch
You've probably already seen the drop sheds on campus. Bring your easy to transport donated items to campus and drop in the IYR sheds and Sage will receive money each time they collect the donated goods.

Western Recycling
Sage has an account set up with Western Recycling that if someone drops off any of the items listed below, they will pay Sage money per/pound. Just another extra kickback! Western Recycling is located at 1990 S Cole Rd across from Costco.
 
Items accepted:
  • Computer Equipment
  • Cardboard
  • Newspapers/Magazines
  • Aluminum Cans
  • Scrap metal
    • Copper
    • Aluminum
    • Brass
    • Steel/Iron
  • Phone Books
  • Office Papers
    • White Ledger
    • Computer Ledger
    • Colored Ledger
  • Plastics
    • Milk Jugs
    • Bottles #1-#7
Shop for Sage
This free program helps us raise money for the School whenever you shop online. All you have to do is access your favorite stores from the links on the school's website. When you make a purchase Sage earns a small commission, without any additional cost to you.


Hi Sage Parents! My name is Kira Lunde (Mom of Kennedy in first grade) and I’m thrilled to be the Box Tops for Education™ Coordinator for Sage. Clipping Box Tops is an easy way for you to help our school
earn cash. Last school year, we earned over $700!   (Thanks to DeAnna Richmond who has done this the last 4 years!)  This school year, our school’s earnings goal is $1000.  

Every time you use brands like Hanes, General Mills, Ziploc, Betty Crocker, Hefty, Pillsbury, Kleenex, Progresso and many more participating products you can earn money for Sage.   

Please clip box tops from the packages (right on the dashed lines) and leave them in the boxes at each of the 3 Sage school locations.   

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me at aronkira@gmail.com. I’m here to make our school’s Box Tops for Education program a huge success this year. Thanks for your help!
Ski/Snowboard Team Registration
Snow is soon to fall so it is once again time for 6th to 11th grade students to enroll for Sage's Ski and Snowboard Team as part of the Bogus Basin Junior High and High School Race Programs.  The enrollment packet is available on the SCN website or by e-mailing Anja Baird.  Nordic racing is new this year!  Students can race in Nordic (beginning, intermediate, advanced), Alpine ski or snowboard (beginning, intermediate, advanced), or freeride/freestyle ski or snowboard(intermediate or advanced), or even in more than one discipline.  All details, costs, forms, and maps are in the Sage Ski Information Packet 2015.  Race forms must be turned in by Dec. 18 and the first race is Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015.
Need help with your
holiday gift wrapping?

Sage high school and middle school students are happy to help. Sage high school and middle school students will provide gift wrapping for donations at the Capital City Public Market on Saturdays from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm beginning Nov. 22 (Dance 
Committee),Nov.29 (Spain
/France trip), Dec. 6 (CAS projects), Dec. 13 (Mountain Biking team), and Dec. 20 
(Honor Societies). Look for the Sage tent at the market (between Bannock and Idaho Streets)  if you need items wrapped and you can shop
while we wrap! Look for e-mails soon if your student would like to participate in wrapping. Contact: lynngnorton@msn.com.
 
To all our volunteers for your time, energy, and gracious donations of food and more that make our monthly events so successful! 
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Upcoming Events

Tues., Nov. 11: 6:30p
SCN Monthly Meeting
(Sage Downtown)

Wed., Nov. 12: 10a
Teacher/Staff Appreciation Lunch  (Both campuses)

Thu., Nov. 13: 6-8pm
Parent Happy Hour
(Solid Bar and Grill)

Sun., Nov. 16: 2-4pm
International Potluck
(Sage Downtown)

Tues., Nov. 18: 8a
Morning Coffee Social
(Outside K-1 building)
*Bring coffee & treats to share
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Events or requests listed below are not sponsored by SCN and are from the general Sage Community



Art Party for Sage Parents

Thu., Dec. 4, 6-8pm
Miss Courageous 

1148 Orchard Street

An exclusive party for Sage parents hosted by Sage parents Millie Hilgert (Ms. C) and Tahirih Cahill (Art Party).

$20/per person, ages 12+, talented instructor insures successful painting for all skill levels, all supplies provided, 8x10 canvas. Tahirih is creating special winter painting for this event. Christmas shopping at Miss Courageous = 10% of sales donated to Sage. Class size limited to 10.  Refreshments.

To register go to Art Party and click on Miss Courageous (Sage) or sign up in store at Miss Courageous store.

Social Essence's Treasure Valley Cotillion begins December 4th.

Boise Cotillion has already begun and goes till April.

Mother Tongues is free  and open to anyone interested in keeping their mother tongues alive. To learn more about Mother Tongues or other courses offered email Sage Parent Rosemarie Schwarzenberger.
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