Burnt Ranch Elementary

How to Help Your Child do Well in School

It’s back to school time! We send our children to school for a lot of reasons (the law being one major factor), but what are you doing to help your kids be successful in school besides buying them school clothes and getting them on the bus every day? After school programs, sports, and other extracurricular activities are all very important in making your child a well-rounded and well prepared individual for college, the world, and for themselves and their communities. Read More →

Burnt Ranch Elementary Awarded for Commitment to Health

The Governor’s Fitness Challenge is a contest among California k–12 schools that encourages California students, parents and teachers to get active, healthy and fit. To successfully complete the challenge, students must be active 30–60 minutes a day for at least three days a week for a month in addition to the physical activity they engage in as part of their school’s regularly scheduled physical education classes. Read More →

K-T Area Offers Much in the Way of Haunted Houses and Fall Festivals

1641TrickrTreatersThere’s no shortage of fall fun in the K-T area this year. Jack Norton Elementary, Hoopa Elementary, Burnt Ranch Elementary, and the Forks of Salmon Community Club, to name a few, are all hosting carnivals this fall. Read More →