Skyridge School

Reader Input: School speeders risking tragedy

Hey folks — why pay good money to see the races at the fairgrounds when you can check out the action on Carolyn Street every morning as parents race to get their children to ...

Auburn Police arrest teen for Skyridge School fire

  The Auburn Police Department has made an arrest in the arson fire case that took place at Skyridge School in September of 2012. At approximately 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 18 of l ...

Kids sing for field trip under policy

Taking class field trips has become a difficult matter for elementary schools in Auburn now that only donations and fundraisers can be used to send students to learning opportuniti ...

Fire near Skyridge School dubbed “suspicious”

A fire that broke out behind Skyridge Elementary School in Auburn has been determined to be "suspicious" by investigating fire and police officials. The fire started Tuesday eveni ...

New school grade to roll out in 2012

Many Auburn-area schools are ahead of the curve in implementing a state-mandated transitional kindergarten grade by September 2012. Local educators say the new grade will help st ...

Skyridge artistry promotes joy

It was with great joy I read your article on the third-graders at Skyridge School creating images of our wonderful courthouse (Journal, March 28). Cheers to their teacher, Heather ...

Poor schools increase other costs

I would like to challenge the voters of the Auburn area who are pondering Measure L to consider the larger picture. Having worked in a prison and around corrections for nearly four ...

Effort begun to offer safe rides

I would like to thank all those who supported us after my daughter Sandra’s death in a car accident in March (Journal, March 12). Thanks to the staff at Skyridge School, Larry G ...

Skyridge students up to something fishy

There’s been something fishy going on at Skyridge School. For the past few weeks, Heather Watkins-Koolhof and her third-graders have been taking care of 30 Chinook salmon eggs, ...

‘Fairies’ endow local youth arts

On Dec. 18, Morgan Baldridge, a student at Skyridge Elementary School, wrote to the Journal noting that fine arts are essential to education by allowing students to experiment, by ...