Parents


Fry's Community Rewards Program

Dear Circle Cross Ranch Parents:

Circle Cross Ranch is signed up for the Fry’s Community Rewards Program.
You can begin enrolling online now.  Just go to the website mentioned below to enroll.  
PLEASE NOTE: Before you can link your Fry’s V.I.P card to an organization, you must have an email address.
 
STEP 1: Creating an Online Fry’s Account
**NOTE: If you already have an online Fry’s account, skip to #2
*Select ‘Create an Account’.
*Under Sign-In information, enter your email and create a password. (Write down your email & password—will need it in step 2)
*Select ‘Use Card Number’.
*Enter your Fry’s V.I.P Card Number, last name and postal code.
*Under ‘Select Your Preferred Store’ enter your postal code.
*Select ‘Find Stores’.
*Choose your store then select ‘Create Account’.
*You will then be prompted to check your email for a confirmation email.
  Click the hyperlink in your email to finish creating your Online Fry’s Account.
*Continue to step #2 to register for the Fry’s Community Rewards Program of your choice.
 
STEP 2: Register for the Fry’s Community Rewards Program
*Select ‘Sign-In’.
*Enter your email and password then select ‘sign in’. (This will be the email and password you created in step 1)
*Select ‘My Account then select ‘Account Settings’ from drop down menu.
*Click ‘edit’ under Community Rewards. If prompted, enter personal information.
*Under Find Your Organization: Enter the NPO number or name of organization then select ‘search’. (NPO #80372)
*Under Select Your Organization: Select box next to your organization
*Then select ‘save changes’.
*If you have registered correctly, you should now see your organization information listed under ‘Community Rewards’ on your Account Summary page.



Put an End to Bulling, Student Violence, and Harassment



Differences between Normal Peer Conflict and Bullying


Normal Peer Conflict:


Bullying:

Equal power of friends

Imbalance of power; not friends

Happens occasionally

Repeated negative actions

Generally not serious

Purposeful, serious, with threat 

of physical or emotional harm

Equal emotional reaction

Strong emotional reaction from 

victim; little or no emotional 

reaction from bully

Not seeking power or attention

Seeking power, control, or material things

Generally not trying to get something

May attempt to gain material things

 or power

Remorse – will take responsibility

No remorse; blames victim

Effort to solve problem

No effort to solve problem