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Image of Three Syringa Peer Leaders with their Counselor, Miss Turpin, with cardboard donut cutouts around their faces as they present a giftcard to Officer Daniels

Syringa Elementary thanked Sgt. Daniels of the Pocatello Police Department. Sgt. Daniels is the SRO (student resource officer) for the Pocatello/Chubbuck School District 25. He has been an officer for 26 1/2 years. Sgt. Daniel shared that if he could change anything about the world, it would be, "to stop all the drugs." He also shared that his favorite thing about his job is, "getting to hang with all the kids." 

Sgt. Daniels works very hard to keep Syringa learners and faculty safe. He is very helpful in difficult situations. He was given a gift card to Amazing Glaze donuts.

Danyal, of Mrs. Gulden's 5th grade class, laughs as he is dressed like a turkey.

This past week, Syringa's 5th grade classes were visited by Idaho Fish and Game. The Learners found it easy to stay engaged as they learned in fun, new, interactive ways as pictured below. Danyal, of Mrs. Gulden's 5th Grade class, laughs while being dressed as a Turkey during, Mrs. Jackson's, presentation on turkeys. Thanks Idaho Fish and Game for visiting our school!

Danyal, of Mrs. Gulden's 5th grade class, laughs as he is dressed like a turkey.
Learners sit on the carpet and listen as Sargeant Ockerman and Specialist Ockerman visit the Kindergarten for Veteran's Day.

We were thankful to have Sargeant Ockerman and Specialist Ockerman visit the Kindergarten for Veteran's Day. The brother and sister recently returned from a deployment and shared with us their experiences. The Kindergarteners were very excited and had so many questions, especially about tanks! 

Learners sit on the carpet and listen as Sargeant Ockerman and Specialist Ockerman visit the Kindergarten for Veteran's Day.
Learners sit on the carpet and listen as Sargeant Ockerman and Specialist Ockerman visit the Kindergarten for Veteran's Day.
Sargeant Ockerman and Specialist Ockerman visit the Kindergarten for Veteran's Day and Learners sit on carpet and listen.

Syringa Turns 60!

Syringa is 60 years old! What an accomplishment! Many learners have passed through these halls of academia with many more to follow.

1962-2022!

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