Posted May 17, 2018Don’t miss the special Big Book Sale at the Scripps Ranch Library on Saturday, June 30th from 9:30 am to 3 pm. Select from thousands of books for all ages beginning at only 25 cents. You have so much to choose from—fiction and nonfiction in all categories for adults, plus books sure to please tots through teens. We also have a nice selection of rare, out-of-print and antiquarian books, first editions, and collectors’ editions at a fraction of internet prices. Shop early for the best selection!
Posted May 11, 20182nd Annual SRCA Community Meet & Greet May 19th 3:00-5:00p.m at the Scripps Ranch Library.
Don’t miss it! A social hour continuing until 6:00 p.m. Everyone is invited to come to meet and greet each other and find out everything you want to know about over 30 adult-oriented, non-profit civic, service and social organizations in Scripps Ranch. There will live music, food, drinks, and door prizes!!
Posted April 26, 2018Stargazing in Stonebridge returns on Friday, April 27th at sunset. Join the SD Astronomy Association at the east end of Stonebridge Parkway (rain or clouds cancel) for a magical look at the stars. No white lights. Please park on the street and walk in. Kids welcome. (Hosted by Sustainable Scripps Ranch)
Posted March 29, 2018The popular annual SRCA Community Garage Sale, sponsored by WindermereHomes and Estates, is on Saturday, April 7th, from 7:30 a.m. until noon.
The following Saturday, April 14, is SRCA Clean-up Day, co-sponsored by the Torrey Pines Kiwanis. Clean-Up Day is from 8 am until noon or until thedumpsters are full.
Posted March 13, 2018In partnership with the Scripps Ranch Civic Association, the Scripps Ranch Public Safety Committee is holding an essay contest for SRHS students grades 9-12. The first, second, and third place winners will be awarded $300, $200, and $100 cash prizes, respectfully.
Survey and essay submissions will be open from March 9, 2018 to March 23, 2018 (5 pm). Click the link below. At the end of the survey are the instructions for submitting your essay for the contest.
Posted February 21, 2018Students and parents can report concerning issues anonymously to the school. A report is sent directly to the administration, and your name will not be associated with the report. In light of recent events, please encourage your students to use this link if they hear or see something that raises a red flag for them. You also can make a report. Better to be overly cautious than not to say something. Remember, it is completely ANONYMOUS.