You MAD (Make a Difference)

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Students at Elk Ridge Middle School who are tired of sitting back and being bystanders to the horrible things going on around the world, created a group called You MAD. They recognize that poverty and lack of education often is the cause of the horrible things going on around the world like modern slavery and genocide. These students decided that they could make a difference by helping to provide funds for children in Kenya to get food, clothing, an education, and a chance to learn a productive skill. A local business that hear about these kids and their desire to make a difference offered to match their funds raised dollar for dollar up to $10,000. Let’s make a difference in the lives of these orphans in Kenya and send them to school. We can also show the students at Elk Ridge Middle School that there are many people just like them who do not want to sit back and be bystanders. And remember, every penny counts!

To donate, click on the Shamba Foundation Image!


Parent Teacher Conferences

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7th Grade Career Day Sign Up

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Talent Show Participant Results

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The list for who made the talent show is now available. Click here to see it!

School Play Tickets on Sale Now — and selling out fast!!

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Tickets for this Elk Ridge Middle School’s tenth production, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, went on sale on 1/18 and are selling out fast! If you would like to purchase tickets, please click on the icon below!


Purchase Tickets NOW!

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Spirit Week!

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Tomorrow (11-13) is Epilepsy Awareness–please wear purple!

NEXT WEEK is Spirit Week!


Halloween Costume Rules

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Hey everyone listen up! Here are the rules for dressing up on Thursday:

o   No hats, unless it’s part of your obvious costume.

o   No weapons or anything that looks like one.

o   Face paint is ok as long as you are recognizable.

o   Please do not wear anything that might be offensive to other cultures or the opposite gender.

o   Be Modest. Skirt and shirts need to be within the dress code or have visible tights on underneath a skirt and a jacket on top.

o   A good rule of thumb when selecting your costume is…If it’s questionable, please save it for your trick or treating on October 31st and don’t wear it to school. Choose something that will allow you to have fun and enjoy the carnival.


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It’s Red Ribbon week this week!

TUESDAY – Wear PURPLE for Violence Awareness!

WEDNESDAY – “Sock it to them with Kindness, Don’t be a bully!” Wear Crazy socks!



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