Good Afternoon Blackhawk Families, Sandoval Schools are asking if you would please take a few minutes to complete the 5 Essential survey. Attached is the link to access the survey. The link is also on the school website. Thank you all in advance for helping to complete this survey. http://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/survey/parent/ https://www.sandoval501.org/
Sandoval Elementary School recognized the Students of the Month for January. The students were chosen because of their outstanding display of SELF DISCIPLINE in showing self control of emotions and feelings, working hard even when no one is watching, giving their best at all times even when something is difficult, and having a positive "can do" attitude. The sponsor for this month was Wal-Mart. Those receiving the honor were Ryker Anderson, Liam Morton, Kiercyn Higgins, Annabelle White, Jayda Clark, Kru McWhirter, Lydia Horn , Nevaeh Nolte , Peyton Brown, Madison Amburgey, Hunter Wilkes, Qwintierre Shackleford, Josiah Tate, and Alyssa Jones. Pictured with the students is Principal Scott Bunting.
Sandoval CUSD 501 Families: Due to the poor road conditions in the rural areas, Sandoval Schools will be using an E-Learning Day Tuesday, January 31st for all 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 Monday, January 30th for all Sandoval CUSD 501 students. Please refer to your teacher's instructions for work during E-Learning Days
Blackhawk Families: Due to the anticipated winter weather and poor road conditions we will be using an E-Learning Day Wednesday, January 25th for all Sandoval CUSD 501 students. Please refer to your teacher's instructions for work during E-Learning Days.
Sandoval Grade School Kindergarten class is pictured shouting a big THANK YOU to Miss Kailynn Kruep and Miss Cecelia Havrilka from Mater Dei High School. Miss Kailynn and Miss Cecelia have completed their 3 week Senior Service Project here at Sandoval Grade School. For their Senior Service Project they volunteered as classroom helpers in Kindergarten and PreK. We appreciate their encouraging words and helping hands! They did an AMAZING JOB!
Attention Blackhawk Families: The Sandoval Police Department has notified us that the situation in town has been resolved and that both schools are clear to come off of lockdown. Regular Dismissal will take place at 2:45pm at the Elementary School and 2:55pm at the Jr/Sr High School. Thank you for your cooperation and patience.
Attention Blackhawk Families: The Sandoval Police Department has made us aware of a possible situation in town. Due to that both schools have been asked to go on lockdown. No persons will be allowed to enter or leave the school until we get further information from Law Enforcement.
Congratulations to our Sandoval Elementary 2nd Quarter High Honor Roll and Honor Roll students. We are proud of you, keep up the good work!
Sandoval CUSD School's will resume tomorrow January 4th 2023 with classes. Schools will run on Wednesday schedule with the Elementary school dismissing at 2:10pm and the Jr/Sr high school dismissing at 2:20pm. We hope everyone had a fantastic break and we can't wait to see everyone back in school tomorrow.
Happy New Year!
andoval Elementary School recognized the Students of the Month for December. The students were chosen because of their outstanding display of CARING in helping others, showing kindness in the school and community, and putting others before themselves. The sponsor for this month was The First National Bank of Sandoval. Those selected were Addi McErlain, Piper Klostermann, Hazel Pierce, Alexandria Pierce, Ellynor Ochs, AvaLynn Rorie, Stephan Robnett, Abree Hoffmann, Dylan Eagan, Blake McClelland, Eli Campbell, Skyler Swartzlander, Jamirah Horton and Kinsley Ashlock. Pictured with the students are Principal Scott Bunting and Mr. Dax Garrison of The First National Bank of Sandoval.
Sandoval Elementary School recognized the Students of the Month for November. The students were chosen because of their outstanding display of COOPERATION in working as a team, sharing group responsibility, being a friend to all and allowing others to join in. The sponsor for this month was Yellin' Helen's of Dix. Those chosen were Azariah Goff, Ryleigh Marshall, Lawson Hodge, Addilee Worley, Skyler Helm, Deacon Moseley, Maverick Lance, Jaxton Benzschawel, Sydni Stevenson, Kinahley Haas, Waylon Hopkins, Ella Santiago, Carson Williams and Morgan Sussen. Pictured with the students are Jena Allen and Joy Renaud from Yellin' Helen's.
Happy Thanksgiving Sandoval Families
Happy Veteran's Day
Sandoval Elementary School recognized the HAWK Hero Students of the Month for October during a school wide assembly. The students were chosen because of their outstanding display of RESPONSIBILITY in schoolwork, following directions, taking care of the school, completing homework/preparing for tests and recognizing time. The assembly this month was sponsored by community member Brenda Kunick. Those recognized were Sophia Winegarner, Knox Purcell, Tawnee Felty, Delaney Hongsermeier, Jayden Moore, Abigail Hansen, Journey Bryan, Case Purcell, Tyanna Tomes, Bailey Benzschawel, Turner Hodge, Camden Kelly, Bo Jourdan and Nathaniel Tarlton. Pictured with the students is October sponsor, Brenda Kunick.
Congratulations to our Sandoval Grade School 1st Quarter High Honor Roll and Honor Roll students! Keep up the great work! #itsagreatdaytobeablackhawk #blackhawkpride
Sandoval 501 Families: 1. Report Cards from 1st quarter are being sent home with your student today. Just a reminder you can always check your students grades at teacherease.com 2. Reminder tomorrow is an early dismissal. The Elementary school: 12:40pm, Jr/Sr high school: 12:50pm. 3. Sandoval is currently under a boil order and may still be under one during school tomorrow, please have your students bring a clear water bottle for drinking if possible. The school will have water available for students as well. #itsagreatdaytobeablackhawk
Sandoval Elementary School celebrated the Blackhawk Students of the Month for September. The students were chosen because of their outstanding display of RESPECT for rules, self, others, school and community. The event this month was sponsored by The Mine Shack of Sandoval. Students recognized were Kyson Skurat, Scarlett Williams, Paxton Thornton, Zaylah Yardley, Abriella Higgins, Stiles Ward, A.J. Laverty, Harper Gore, Jacey Moore, Alia Merrill, Maddilyn Hill, Raider Niepoetter, Carter Branon and Alyssa Jones. Pictured with the students are Jered Gambill, representing The Mine Shack and Mr. Bunting, Sandoval Elementary School principal.