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November 2019

Celebration of Giving Project 2019!

Share the spirit of the holiday season with Elkhorn families in need! The Giving Project provides gifts for students and their families in the Elkhorn School District. Spring Ridge families provided gifts for dozens of kids last year, making a big impact on their families. Your chance to help is coming up starting Tuesday, November 26th! Womenade of Elkhorn has collected the wish lists and each gift will be placed on a mitten to display in Elkhorn elementary and middle schools.  If you would like to participate in this year's project, here's what you need to do: Select a mitten with an item(s) that you are comfortable purchasing. (Only adults are allowed to check out a mitten.) Mittens will be available in the front office starting Tuesday, November 26th. Record the midden(s) you have taken in the Celebration of Giving notebook. Purchase item(s). Gift wrap the item(s). Firmly secure the mitten(s) to the outside of the wrapped item. This is the only way we know what is inside the wrapped gift and who the gift belongs to. If the gift is a gift card, please include the receipt showing the exact amount on the card. Return the wrapped item to Spring Ridge no later than Wednesday, December 11th at 3:00 pm. People who have not turned gifts in by this time will receive a friendly reminder call. You may select a mitten(s) both before and after school starting on November 26th. Mittens will be available until the morning of December 6th. (so, once morning is over, the mittens will disappear!) Thank you so much for participating! If you have any questions, please contact Chaley Chandler at chasmitherines@aol.com.

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December 2019

Winter Break: Dec 23 – Jan 3

Enjoy the holidays, Spring Ridge! We'll see you back at school on Monday, January 6, 2020!

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February 2020

Spring Ridge Book Swap

The annual Spring Ridge Book Swap will be back this February. If you are going through your children’s books this holiday season to make room for new ones, please save some for the Book Swap. We especially need books for our older readers. Parents of 4th & 5th graders, we welcome any chapter books you may be able to donate! New to Spring Ridge and wondering what a Book Swap is? Book Swap is a time when students can trade in their lightly used books for books that other students have turned into the swap. Here’s how it works: In early February, students can bring in as many lightly used books as they want to donate. On the date of the Book Swap (Wednesday, February 26th), students can shop the Swap! They can take up to 4 new-to-them books home, depending on how many books they bring to the swap. For example, if your child brings 4 or more books to trade, he/she may take 4 books. If your child brings 3 books to trade, he/she may choose 3 to take home, and so on and so forth. What do we do with the extra books? Teachers get to shop the Swap as well! Any remaining books will be donated to an Omaha school or the A Book of My Own program run by the Jr. League of Omaha.

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