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April is Month of the Military Child and gives the nation the opportunity to recognize the character, strength and sacrifices of America's military children as well as the role they play in the armed forces community. There are about 1.2 million school-age children in the United States that are military dependents with parents in the armed forces. The majority of these students are estimated to attend public schools. Take time out of this month to tell a military child how much they enrich the lives of those around them, and the important role they play in the military community.

Military Kids are Great because we areā€¦

Proud-of the important jobs our parents do

Flexible-making the best of new situations

Friendly-making and being good friends

Well Rounded-with many experiences from many places

Smart-making good and safe decisions

Helpful-pitching in when our Family needs us

Thoughtful-helping other military kids feel at home

Important-helping our Families and community

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We would like to take time during The Month of the Military Child to honor our students who have a military STAR hero.

STAR heroes are Someone To Always Remember

Join us in wearing purple on Tuesday, April 15, to celebrate our friends who have military STAR heroes.

 

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April 17: Classes in Session, inclement weather make-up day

April 18: No School, spring break

April 21: Classes in Session, inclement weather make-up day

April 22: Board of Education, 7 p.m., AEC Conference Center

April 26: Dia de los Ninos Childrens Diversity Day, 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sparta High School, free

Check out the full Sparta Area School District Calendar by clicking here.

Past Sparta Area School District Newsletters are available here.

Click here to view the 2013-14 Sparta Area School District Calendar.

Click here to view the 2014-15 Sparta Area School District Calendar.

Information on enrolling your child in the Sparta Area School District is available here.

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