Directions to the school School: 754.323.7500 | Fax: 754.323.7540 | Attendance Line: 754.323.7502 | Aftercare: 754.323.7543

Starting Tuesday, Silver Ridge will begin FCAT testing for Grades 3-5. There are a few things you can do to help your child have a successful week of testing. Getting a good night's sleep helps students to feel rested and ready for testing. Eating a healthy breakfast each day can give your child's brain the fuel it needs to work at maximum capacity. Please make sure your child arrives at school on time each and every day. In order to avoid any make-up tests, students need to be in their classrooms by 8:00. We know our students are well prepared for this test because they have worked hard all year to show what they know. Thank you for helping to have your child prepared and ready.

Helping your child to read can be fun and difficult at the same time. There are many different strategies that we use here at SIlver Ridge to help our students become great readers. Watch this video to see how you can help your child to become a better reader using a strategy called "Chunking".
Silver Ridge Summer Camp begins in a few short weeks and there are still openings available! We have many exciting activities planned, including weekly in-house and off-campus field trips, arts and crafts, board games, recreational sports and a video game room, just to name a few. Be sure to register on 5/1 and 5/15. Click for more information.
FDLRS is offering a host of parent workshops in the coming weeks. Please check our parent training calendar for more information.
Each year, the Florida Department of Education (FDOE) surveys
parents of children with an individual educational plan (IEP) to
determine how well your child’s school is partnering with you
and promoting your involvement in your child’s education. All
states must collect this data as part of their State Performance
Plan, as required under the Individuals with Disabilities
Education Act (IDEA). Click for more details.
This important fundraiser brings in money for the American Heart Association to help continue their efforts in research and heart education.  Their purpose is to promote healthier lifestyles and healthier hearts for all of us.  Each of us knows someone who has suffered from heart disease or stroke—it can affect anyone at any age.
Family and friends are welcome to support your child’s participation by making contributions in the envelope or by going online.  Supporters can donate online at
The collection envelopes that each student receives should be turned in on or before February 14, 2014.  Checks are to be made out to The American Heart Association.  Thank you in advance for all your hard work and support of this great cause.    
Silver Ridge will be hosting tours of our school for incoming students and families new to our area. If you are aware of friends or neighbors with children planning to come to Silver Ridge next year please help us spread the word. We welcome all who are interested in Silver Ridge. Our final tour date is May 2. There is no need to RSVP. Kindly arrive in the front office by 9:00am. We look forward to meeting you.

The SRE Student Council would like to thank you so much for all the support during the Toy and Dollar Drive. The Student Council was able to shop for 2 families and took care of 7 more.

Congratulations to Mrs. Coniglio’s class for winning the toy drive. They brought in 37 toys. Also, congratulations to the 4th Grade, they brought in $272.00 and won a week out of uniform on January 13—17, 2013. Thank you to Ms. Chrissy Trotta, Ms. Jen Meyer, and Ms. Robin Pappas for helping to sort the toys.

Tana-kee-kee was such a wonderful learning experience. We are so proud of the students, teachers and parents that made it special again this year. It truly could not have happened without everyone’s support and dedication.

Speaking of Tana-kee-kee, do you have any gently used TKK shirts that you would like to donate? Has your child outgrown it? Before you throw it away or donate it somewhere else, send it to Silver Ridge. Each year we have a few students that do not bring in shirts for Tana-kee-kee
We thought if anyone wanted to donate their shirt, we would take it to possibly use for the next year. Please send your donated shirt to the front office. Thank you in advance for helping with this. I also want to send a special THANK YOU to all of the
families that opened their homes to our students in order to use the restroom. We appreciate your kindness and generosity.

Thank you so much for everyone's support during the Harvest Drive. We had one F150 pick up truck and 3 SUV's filled with the items we collected this year. A huge thank you goes out to Mrs. Robin Pappas, Mrs. Jen Meyer, Mrs. Claudia Echevery and Mr. and Mrs. Ochoa for helping sort and load the items. Also a thank you to Mr. and Mrs. Rush and Mrs. Adkins for helping deliver the cans to Western High. Congratulations to Ms. Eddie and Ms. Newman's class for winning the ice cream party. Ms. Eddie's class brought in 180 items and Ms. Newman's class brought in 176 items.
Mrs. Gonzalez presents the second writing session for parents at Silver Ridge Elementary. Please click the link to watch the Writing Workshop Presentation.
The Magnet School application window will be opening soon. Several Open House Events will be taking place throughout the county during December, January, and February. Please see attached for the Open House schedule and Magnet application window dates. If you would like an application or additional information, please contact Ms. McLaughlin or 754-323-7500. You can also apply online at Grade 5 students will be attending a presentation here at SRE on Thursday, Jan. 9 where they will hear more about some of the nearby Middle School Magnet options. Please see our flyer for more information.
As a culmination of our Government Unit, the third graders attended a field trip to City Hall. We had the wonderful opportunity to meet with Davie's Mayor, Judy Paul. Mayor Paul invited us into her office. She asked the children questions about their studies, and shared her personal stories. She also explained how she hands out "Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches" to make people happy in this town. The children understood the metaphor, and continued asking her about preserving wildlife, balancing the budget, and her horseback riding interests. We had a lovely visit, and really connected a "being there experience" with our learning.
Mrs. Gonzalez recently conducted a parent writing workshop where she went over best practices for students to use at home and at school. This thirty-minute presentation is now available on video for the first time. Please click the link to watch the Writing Workshop Presentation.
The Code of Student Conduct handook is now available to parents and students. The videos for elementary and secondary students are embedded in the Code Book on page vi - Summary of Changes. Posters advertising the electronic Code of Student Conduct handbook will be delivered to all schools. Each poster will contain a Quick Response (QR) Code in order for individuals to scan and download the Code Book to their smartphone/devices.

Download Code of Conduct Information

This video highlights the many ways that volunteers can help Broward Public Schools by getting involved in education.

Watch the District's Get Involved Video

All students being dismissed from the Primary dismissal side will all be dismissed from the North exit only. 

This means that:
  • Students that are meeting someone to either walk home or go to a car waiting on the north side of the school (36th street) will stay within the white-chained area and exit the campus at dismissal. We are asking parents to not park in the parking lot on the East side of the school and walk up to the dismissal area and walk their child back to the car. This is very dangerous and we are concerned about anyone walking through the car rider traffic.
  • If your child is a car rider, and you drive through the parking lot and pick them up, the students will also exit the school through the North exit and be escorted around to the car rider area – the same area we have always used.
  • If a student is a bike rider, they will also exit the school through the North exit, with all other students, but will be able to go to the bike rack and retrieve their bike.
Curious about the academic expectations of your child's grade level? Click here to download the various guides that pertain to each grade level K - 5.
The ESE & Support Services Department in collaboration with FDLRS Parent Services offers a variety of parent workshops and information for parents of students with disabilities. Download our flyer for more information and the 2013 school calendar. | | (754) 323-7500 | 9100 SW 36th St, Davie, FL 33328
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