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Come and Join us for BOOK CLUB!!! 

Meeting are held: Every Friday at 8:45am in the Media Center.

Our last meeting will be on Friday, May 22nd.  

Anyone who enjoys reading the Sunshine State Books will love the Book Club.  Oh!  And at the end of the school year we will be taking part in Battle of the Books, where we compete against other middle schools in Orange County.

If you're interested come and join us in the Media Center!  Can't wait to see you!!



Math Counts Club

Meeting are held:  Every Monday from 4:00-5:00 pm in room 569 

Our last meeting will be on Monday, May 18th.  

Inviting all students to participate in an exciting after-school activity.   The Math Counts Math Club is for any 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student who wants to enhance their problem solving and math skills. 

 

Students regularly involved in the math club will have a chance to participate in at least two competitions this year:

  • The Math Counts competition is a national competition of top math students and will take place in February. 
  • The Middle School Math Contest is a local competition for top 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students and will take place in April or May.

Other competitions may be available throughout the year.

 

We need parents to agree to arrange for transportation for those students who would like to stay and attend the meetings.

 

Please contact the Math Club Sponsors with any questions:

If you would like more information about the MathCounts competition, you can visit their website at www.mathcounts.org.


   

 
Runs Monday - Thursday during April - June.  Please see the monthly calendar listed below for more information.

**The last day for BGC this SCHOOL YEAR is Thursday, May 21st.**
 
The After School Zone is FREE!
 
Register online at: www.bgcafterschoolzone.org
 
Site Coordinator: 
Ms. Morales -- kathryn.morales@ocps.net
At the After School Zone, students can select from a wide array of clubs that run on various days of the week.  Below are the different clubs available in the After School Zone & the monthly calendar. 


Congratulations  to our After School Zone -
 April and May Students of the Month!

and

*click on the name to learn more about the Student of the Month.


 
After School Zone Clubs
  • Computer Club
  • Gaming Club
  • Basketball Club
  • Dance Club
  • Arts Club
  • Torch Club
  • Volleyball Club
  • Movie Club (Wednesdays & Fridays)
  • Video Club
  • Flag Football Club
  • Robotics Club
  • Homework Club

Please refer to the calendar as until the end of the school year After School Zone is closed on Fridays.


Leadership Club

The Leadership Club meets every Tuesday during Afterschool Zone.  We are involved in many community and school service projects.


On March 18th,  four of our students represented SunRidge to compete at the Young Entrepreneur’s Shark Tank Event against 16 other middle schools. They designed a cell phone case that can sense your mood by touch. While they didn’t win, they did an extraordinary job, from conception to presentation.

 

Another example of the great minds, talents, and kids we have at SunRidge!

 


National Junior Honor Society



If you are a current member the following documents are available for you to download.

Service Log        Service Hours Upload        Student Mentoring Log

We have five NJHS sponsors at SRMS: 


The following students have won the elections for the following positions of the 2015-2016 year for NJHS.

 

Presidents: Reeham Alqam and Kaitlyn Stewart 

Vice President: Raad Khalil

Secretary: Chase Taylor

Treasurer: Shannon Dennison

Service Hour Accountant: Alexa Scalzo

Parliamentarian: Allison Olsson and Natalie Lord

 

We all look forward to working with them next year!


    Please hand in service hours to Ms. Knowles by May 1, 2015.  If you have questions, please email her at charlene.knowles2@ocps.net. If your service hours are not complete, you have until June 1st.  After that time, you will be placed on probation, and you will be given the summer to complete your hours.  If your service hours are not complete by September 1st, then you will be removed from membership for not completing your service requirement. 


    Meetings:

    All Chapter Meetings begin at 8:30 am.

    Meeting day depends on the student's group which is divided alphabetically by Last Name.

    A - De = Mr. Lawhorne, 1st Tuesday of each month 
    Df - H = Ks. Knowles, 1st Tuesday of each month
    I - O = Mr. Arp, 2nd Tuesday of each month
    P - S = Mr. Haddan, 2nd Tuesday of each month
    T - Z = Ms. Bryan, 2nd Tuesday of each month

    Officer Meetings
    Only Officers need to attend the following meetings.  These will be held at 8:35 am in Ms. Bryan's room.   

    Please also see our service hour opportunities for NJHS currently:

    Recycling Fridays - If you are interested in helping with Friday Morning Recycling, please click on http://vols.pt/k21VzE.   You will remove the recycling from the bins in each classroom, and receive one service hour for each day you participate.  You will need to arrive on Friday mornings at 8:35 a.m.

    After School Tutoring with Boys and Girls Club is offered every day of the week after school.  To sign up for After School Tutoring, please click on http://vols.pt/3aKdCa. You must be signed up to stay after school through Boys and Girls Club for this opportunity. To sign up for Boys and Girls Club, please register at www.bgcafterschoolzone.org.  You cannot stay after school for mentoring WITHOUT registering. There isn’t any additional charge for staying after school. This is a free service and you can stay after school even if you aren’t mentoring. When you arrive for mentoring, please let the Boys and Girls Club Representative (usually Mrs. Lum or Ms. Morales) know that you are a NJHS member who is staying to help students in the Homework Club. You will monitor students while they complete their homework and help as needed. You can stay for as much time as you have available in your schedule:  Monday through Friday, 4-6:00 p.m.

    If you have questions, please email your sponsor or speak with one of the officers.



      
    National FFA Organization

    The National FFA Organization is inter-curricular with the Agriscience program, therefore only students in the Agriscience class may join the FFA. SunRidge FFA dues are $20, and include membership and a paid subscription of the FFA New Horizons Magazine. After paying dues, students are welcome to join our regularly scheduled chapter meetings, attend FFA events and compete in Career Development Events (CDEs). They may also have the opportunity to show animals at the Central Florida County Fair.

    All meetings/practices will be held after school from 4-5 in the Ag classroom. For more information about upcoming events visit the SunRidge FFA website at:
    http://sunridgeffa.theaet.com/aethome.aspx?ID=32511 or look for PTSO blasts.

    If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact Katrina Sharp at Katrina.sharp@ocps.net.

    End of Year Meeting Info:

    Last FFA meeting of the year will be 5/26 from 4:00-5:00. We will be conducting FFA Officer Elections this day.

     

    The FFA Banquet will be held Wednesday  May 27th from 6-8 in the SunRidge Middle School Cafeteria. Please RSVP to katrina.sharp@ocps.net if you are planning on attending.

    There will be a mandatory FFA State Convention meeting for both parents and students Tuesday May 19th at 6:00pm in the Ag room. 

    There will be an FFA Officer Meeting 5/19 from 4:00-5:00.

    Please plan on spending ½ hour after the FFA meeting on 5/26 to go over final banquet information.

     

    FFA Officer Applications for the 2015-2016 school year are due May 20th.