Wishlist

Juniper Ridge is need of a few items. If you have any laying around, please bring them by! 2 vacuum cleaners (Rainbow Kinder and 1 for classrooms) 4 carpet sweepers for classrooms 1, 3, 6 & music room 4 Push brooms “soft and glide” for classrooms 2, 4, 5, & extra room 1 Kitchen-Aid Mixer for Butterfly Kinder 1 dust mop for 4th grade
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Media Policy

Media Exposure and Children Electronic media is an undeniable presence in our lives.  We use it for communication, work, diversion and entertainment.  It comes in an ever-widening variety of forms and sizes, from large screen monitors that can span a wall, to the cell phone in our pockets that is in reality a palm-held computer that makes phone calls. Electronic media is a wonderful,
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JRCS Recorder #16

The Juniper Ridge Recorder December 12, 2013   Issue 16                           Last Sunday Juniper Ridge hosted our first annual Winter Faire.  The grades building was filled with local artisans, many from our own community, offering their excellent wares for holiday shopping.  We were pleased to receive coverage from the larger Grand Junction community: both television stations came to shoot the story, and there was a write-up
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JRCS Recorder #15

The Juniper Ridge Recorder December 5, 2013   Issue 15 We have two exciting weekends of activities leading up to our Winter Break. Saturday, December 7: Grand Junction Winter Festival of Lights from 12 pm to 8 pm. Please note the start time is pushed back 2 hours due to the cold weather. If you are donating baked goods, please drop them off at Tammy’s
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Friday Enrichment

Friday Enrichment Program Currently Enrolled JRCS Student Child’s Name__________________  Parents Name____________________ Male ___  Female____     Birthday_________________ Grade _____      Class teacher______________________ Please mark the program you are interested in (sign up is by the month and will be billed according to the number of Fridays in each month): ______  Fridays- full-day  8:30am-3:30pm ($25/day) ______  Fridays– half-day morning  8:30am-12pm ($15/day) ______  Fridays- half-day afternoon 12:30pm-3:30pm ($15/day) *Payment
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Dress Code

STUDENT DRESS CODE Juniper Ridge Community School recognizes that all students have an intrinsic worth based upon who they are and not what they wear.  Whether we intend to or not, clothing is used both as an external expression of our own individuality, as well as an expression of the groups we align ourselves with. The dress code at Juniper Ridge is guided by
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JRCS Recorder #14

The Juniper Ridge Recorder November 26, 2013   Issue 14   We wish all of our Juniper Ridge Families and Friends a joyful and relaxing break, filled with the warmth of friendship, family and GOOD FOOD! Dress Code, revisited With the holiday and gift-giving season hard upon us, we are including this week a copy of the Juniper Ridge school dress code.  Please keep it in
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Sharing the Light

Sharing the Light This is the season of growing darkness.  Juniper Ridge offers numerous opportunities for the children to experience how different cultures maintain the inner light and keep it kindled.  Halloween, with its lit Jack o’ Lanterns in the evening darkness, starts this season off.  Our Lantern Walk was another such event.  December, as the darkest month of the year, offers several more. 
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Juniper Ridge Recorder #13

The Juniper Ridge Recorder November 21, 2013   Issue 13 Which door? When dropping your child off in the morning or picking up in the afternoon, enter the building only through the SOUTH DOOR.  In the morning, access to the building is not before 8:20 am, so please do not knock at the doors before that time.  In the afternoon, pick up is at the
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Juniper Ridge Recorder #12

The Juniper Ridge Recorder November 14, 2013   Issue 12 Down with Darkness, Up with Light! As our days grow shorter and the nights longer, we celebrated our first Lantern Walk.  This is the time of year when nature no longer provides us with the gift of long days and abundant sunshine. To keep our spirits raised, we have entered the season of a succession
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