Welcome "back" to school!
Pick Up/Drop Off of Books, Materials, Locker Belongings: 5/27-5/29
Click HERE for directions sent to families on May 26 on how to pick up/drop off books, materials, and locker belongings. Links below for divisional sign ups and directions.
On May 31, our seniors will officially graduate from Sun Valley Community School. As you read in Ben’s recent email, current circumstances are such that we are limited to a car line diploma pick-up at school, with a larger ceremony for graduates and their families later this summer. It is not what any of us imagined, but we have been thinking of ways to infuse it with some fun and celebration, and to share it with you all in some way. Here is our plan:
Sunday morning, the seniors will finish receiving their diplomas and will be in the parking lot at school with their immediate families in their cars, which will be decorated to celebrate the day. After the diplomas are conferred, which will conclude between 11-11:30 a.m., seniors and their families will join a line of cars led by police officers from Sun Valley and Ketchum on a short parade through town. The route will be as follows:
+ Left out of school up Dollar Rd.
+ Left on Sun Valley Rd. and into town
+ Right on Main St.
+ Right on Saddle Rd. and back to school!
We invite you and yours to come celebrate and cheer them on! Please arrange yourselves along the parade route at a safe distance from one another and honor the Stay Healthy Order as set forth by Idaho Rebounds and the Governor's Office in order to ensure the safety of our community.
Feel free to make a poster to hold up, wear your best Cutthroat gear, bring a noisemaker, or just bring your loudest outside voice!
We hope to see you on Sunday so we can send our amazing seniors off in style and show them some Cutthroat love!
Your End-of-Year Committee
Our Admissions Office is still open and would love to help you learn more about Sun Valley Community School.
For more information about how we are handling our Connected Learning during this COVID-19 crisis, please visit our COVID-19 page on the website.
Stay healthy, connected, and engaged!