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El Mirage Cares Event
El Mirage Cares Event
When:  Thursday, February 27, 2020
Time:  5:30pm - 7:30pm
Where:  Dysart High School

They are hosting a Community Forum on Teen Dating Violence:  Healthy vs Unhealthy Relationships
Posted : 2/13 | Direct Link
SRHS Prom 4/18/20
Shadow Ridge High School Prom

Where:  Events on Jackson
When:  Saturday, April 18, 2020
Time:  7pm-11pm


Only Juniors and Seniors on track to graduate with their cohort may purchase tickets and /or attend the prom.  At the time of ticket purchase the number of credit hours for upperclassmen to be on track are:
  • Seniors-minimum of 19 credits
  • Juniors-minimum of 13 credits

Underclassmen may only attend prom as guests of a Junior or Senior who has purchased the tickets.

Prom 2020 Ticket Sales

****Firesale is one day only on  February 13th where tickets are only $60!
  • March 9-13:  $80 Tickets
  • March 16-27:  $90 Tickets
  • March 30-April 10:  $100 Tickets
Purchase Details:
  1. All tickets will be sold in the bookstore.
  2. Students must not owe any bookstore fees.
  3. Need to have ID along with cash, check, or credit card in hand.
  4. Must have guest's full name to purchase a second ticket.
  5. There are NO tickets sold after April 10.  NO tickets sold at the door.

Posted : 2/11 | Direct Link
February is CTE Month
CTE Month is February.  Find out more about CTE including how to celebrate CTE Month.
Posted : 1/29 | Direct Link
SRHS Spirit Week February 3-7
Shadow Ridge High School Presents "Decades on Screen" Spirit Week

When:  February 3-7
  • Dress Code Applies

Monday:  Pretty in Pink
  • 80's attire - neon, mullets, polos, leggings, scrunchies, etc.

Tuesday:  Saturday Night Fever
  • 70's attire - disco, classic rock, etc.

Wednesday:  Forrest Gump
  • 60's attire - hippie, soldiers, etc.

Thursday:  Grease
  • 50's attire - greasers, preppy, pink ladies, poodle skirts, etc.

Friday:  Home to a New Decade
  • Class Colors
Posted : 1/28 | Direct Link
SRO Klarkowski named Difference Maker
SRO KlarkowskiWendy Klarkowski, Shadow Ridge High School, School Resource Officer (SRO) was honored with the Difference Maker Award at the Speak Up, Stand Up, Save a Life Conference hosted at Grand Canyon University on January 21st .  Officer Klarkowski was recognized for her invaluable impact on youth in the City of Surprise and surrounding communities.  

Klarkowski became the Shadow Ridge High School SRO in 2012. Since that time she has been impacting the lives of the youth in the City of Surprise and around the entire Valley. In 2018, Officer Klarkowski partnered with her fellow SRO’s to create a juvenile diversion program in the City of Surprise. This program is intended to keep low-level juvenile offenders out of the criminal justice system, but still hold them accountable for their offenses. In 2018, following the Speak Up, Stand Up, Save a Life Conference, Officer Klarkowski partnered with the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office to educate youth and parents around the Valley about the dangers associated with Vaping. Officer Klarkowski attended safety events throughout the Valley, including an Escape the Vape event at Valley Vista High School, putting her vaping device display out for all attendees to see and educating  them regarding the inherent risks and dangers of vaping. Since then, Officer Klarkowski has attended national and state conferences to educate her law enforcement partners about the dangers and trends associated with youth vaping.  

“We are deeply grateful to you, Officer Klarkowski, for all you are doing to Speak Up, Stand Up and Save Lives,” said a spokesperson from the event.

More than 3,500 Valley youth including students from Dysart, Shadow Ridge, Valley Vista and Willow Canyon high schools, came together for the fourth year in a row at the "Speak Up, Stand Up, Save a Life” event to empower youth.  
Posted : 1/28 | Direct Link
Bike Safety
It's the Law, but more importantly It's for your Safety

When riding your bicycle to or from school or at anytime it's dark outside, you are required to have and use bicycle lights. 

See the statute below:

28-817.Bicycle Equipment
A. A bicycle that is used at nighttime shall have a lamp on the front that emits a white light visible from a distance of at least five hundred feet to the front and a red reflector on the rear of a type that is approved by the department and that is visible from all distances from fifty feet to three hundred feet to the rear when the reflector is directly in front of lawful upper beams of head lamps on a motor vehicle.  A bicycle may have a lamp that emits a red light visible from a distance of five hundred feet to the rear in addition to the red reflector.

Posted : 1/22 | Direct Link
Get Your Grade Moving on Up
Students:  See how you can qualify for a Grade Bump for 2019-2020 School Year!!
Posted : 1/10 | Direct Link
Hoopcoming 2/8/20
Come have some Stallion fun at SRHS Hoopcoming!

When:    Saturday, February 8, 2020
Time:      7pm-10pm
Where:  SRHS Gym

Tickets will be sold at both lunches in the Bookstore.

January 27-January 31:  ticket price is $10
February 3-February 7:  ticket price is $15
February 8 At the Door:  ticket price is $20

If you plan on bringing a guest from another school, please stop by the office to pick up a Dance Guest Pass.  Remember to attach a copy of the guest's ID and return the completed form to Ms. Jenell Rodriguez in the office no later than Thursday, February 6.  No exceptions.
Posted : 1/10 | Direct Link
SRHS Future Freshman Night
Please join us for Future Freshman Night on January 15, 2020 at 6pm in the Gym
Posted : 12/17/2019 | Direct Link
SRHS Course Selection
Attention Parents:
The School Year 2020-2021 is fast approaching!!

It is time to have a conversation with your student(s) about their Course Selection for 
the SRHS 20-21 School Year.

Posted : 12/10/2019 | Direct Link
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