Sandoval Elementary School recognized the Students of the Month for May. The students were chosen because of their outstanding display of CITIZENSHIP, such as taking care of the community, showing respect and devotion to one's country, having a willingness to give their time and talents to help others, and following the laws and rules even when out of school. The assembly this month was sponsored by Day Macz Funeral Home of Sandoval. Those selected were Adalyn Winegarner, Axl Lomax, Paxton Thorton, Bryce Baker, Heavenly Lafour, Skyler Helm, Benson Orrill, Avree Winegarner, Kyle Knott-Hodge, Blake McClelland, Makenzie Pitts, Khoel Clanton, "Junior" Reyes-Tiburcio, Nathan Morris, Wyatt Foster and Khloe McWhirter.
8th Grade Graduation tonight will be streamed on the link below. The ceremony will start at 6:00pm. Please enter through the front doors of the gymnasium. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWX-wquYnum2C8VzMQBxFIg
Due to a chance of bad weather tonight, the 8th grade graduation will be held inside the Jr/Sr High School Gym. The ceremony will start at 6:00pm.
Dear Blackhawk family, It is with much sadness that we inform you that, following the tragic accident on Sunday evening. Sandoval CUSD 501 will support our Blackhawk community during this difficult time, we will have grief counselors available at both buildings for any student or staff member that needs them. All absences for today will be excused.
The Sandoval High School Graduation will be tonight starting at 6:00pm outside the Jr/Sr High School. The event will be streamed lived on the link below: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWX-wquYnum2C8VzMQBxFIg
Sandoval Elementary School recognized the Students of the Month for April. The students were chosen because of their outstanding display of INTEGRITY, such as doing what is right even when no one is watching, maintaining a good reputation, being reliable at all times by making safe and appropriate choices, and forgiving others and taking responsibility for his/her own choices. The assembly this month was sponsored by Brenda Kunick. Those selected were Avalynn Marcketti, Olivia Gresham, Kynleigh Wooters, Tawnee Felty, Emery Engelhardt, Sadie McCurley, Bo Martinez, Harper Gore, Maycie Higgins, Malcolm Walta, Turner Hodge, Chad Brown, Everett Engelhardt, Adam Eagan, Alyssa Jones and Xander Hempen.
Blackhawk Families: Tomorrow Friday April 22nd the High School will be partnering with our first responders to demonstrate a Prom mock Crash. Fire Trucks, police, and ambulances will be at the Jr/Sr high school around 1:30. Both Schools will dismiss at normal time.
Blackhawk Families: Thursday April 14th through Monday April 18th is spring break. There will be no student attendance days during the break. Have a very Happy Easter.
Sandoval Elementary School recognized the Students of the Month for March. The students were chosen because of their outstanding display of PERSEVERANCE, such as displaying determination to accomplish a goal, showing motivation to keep going and giving their best, showing diligence to keep moving forward, and displaying courage to meet a challenge without fear. The assembly this month was sponsored by Sandoval Woman's Club with Linda Lutz as a representative for the presentation. Those selected were Knox Purcell, Hadley Winegarner, Braylen Berkel, Bentley Smith, Toby Bray, Shaylee Miller, Carter Branon, Jacob Hanks, Dylan Eagan, Kyler Skurat, Carter Melton, Qwintierre Shackleford, Exaviar Johnson, Ayden Hunt, Gavin Pitts, and Skyler Swartzlander.
Dear Blackhawk Families: Graduation Dates have been set. High School Graduation will be on May 13th at 6:00pm 8th Grade Graduation will be on May 18th at 6:00pm Both Graduations will be outside, weather permitting.
Due to the road construction in Junction City on Van Buren street, the buses will break up the route. Please keep a look at for your student if they are riding the bus and live in that area.
3rd Quarter High Honor Roll/Honor Roll for Sandoval Grade School. Congratulations to our students on a job well done! #itsagreatdaytobeablackhawk
Sandoval Blackhawk Families: This is a reminder that tomorrow March 4 is an early dismissal day. The elementary school will dismiss at 12:40. The Jr/Sr high school will dismiss at 12:50.
Sandoval Elementary School recognized Students of the Month for February. The students were chosen because of their outstanding display of HONESTY, such as telling the truth at all times regardless of the consequences, being reliable, showing loyalty to friends by refraining from gossip or hurtful words, and being trustworthy. The assembly this month was sponsored by Angie's Hair Express of Sandoval. Students chosen were Rhett McHenry, Aiden Clark, Trent Bates, Jonah Dahl, Deacon Moseley, Stiles Ward, Sonny Knolhoff, Case Purcell, Julian Sharkey, Riley Schwab, Landon Hays, Kinsley Ashlock, Khloe McWhirter, Iolana Ochs, Alyssa Jones and Kolten McWhirter.
REMINDER-Sandoval Elementary School Spring Picture Day is tomorrow, Tuesday, March 1st. You can order online at mylifetouch.com or send payment in the packet that was sent home last week. Our school's Picture Day ID is EVT8RWKHG
2022 Homecoming Information:
Blackhawk Families: Due to the winter weather and poor road conditions we will be using an E-Learning Day Friday, February 25th for all Sandoval CUSD 501 students. Please refer to your teacher's instructions for work during E-Learning Days.
Blackhawk Families: Due to the winter weather and poor road conditions we will be using an E-Learning Day Thursday, February 24th for all Sandoval CUSD 501 students. Please refer to your teacher's instructions for work during E-Learning Days.
Dear Blackhawk Families: Due to flooding on the roads and potential ice/sleet mix, the Elementary School will dismiss at 12:40 and the Jr/Sr High will dismiss at 12:50 today February 17th, 2022. All after school programs and activities have been cancelled for this evening.
Blackhawk Nation: On the evening of February 15th, the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules voted 9-0-2 to reject the reintroduction of emergency rules for Covid-19 protocols in schools which include masking, testing, and exclusion. As a result of the action taken by the JCAR, Sandoval CUSD 501 will now be MASK OPTIONAL for all students and staff starting today, Wednesday February 16, 2022. Respectfully, Mr. Dannaman, Superintendent