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Cowboy Breakfast 2018

Sponsored by the 8th Grade
Friday, January 26, 2018 
7:00 am- 8:00 am

117 E. French Pl.
$7 per person
Advance reservations for Cowboy Breakfast can be made online (student account charges onlyor you can open this printable form fill it out and return to the Main Office with cash or checkYou can also show up and pay at the door. The deadline for early registration is Wednesday, January 24th.  See you at 7:00 am on Friday, January 26. Yee-Haw!

Don your Stetson and boots, saddle up, and mosey on over for a genuine old-fashioned Western breakfast with all yer' pardners. The Class of 2018 will host the breakfast and are sure to entertain you as they stoke the campfire and serve boot scootin' tacos, biscuits with gravy, and pipin' hot chocolate. (Don't be late cuz there's no more grub after 8!)
SAA's annual Cowboy Breakfast is all about the crowd gatherin' together. It's an SAA family event, so be sure to invite your grandparents, family and friends to enjoy a crisp Texas morning and help the eighth graders raise money for their goal. The proceeds from the event will go toward the Class of 2018 gift, which will be presented to the school from the eighth graders in the spring.
Worried about where to park your horse? Christ Episcopal Church (two blocks west of SAA on the corner of French and Belknap) has reserved their parking lot for us that morning. The Academy’s school bus will shuttle guests to and from the campus starting at 6:30 am until 9:00 am.
There will be country western music and lots of food. Don’t miss all the fun!

2017 Cowboy Breakfast Recap

A Texas-sized THANK YOU to the 800+ guests who saddled up for SAA’s own Cowboy Breakfast on Friday, January 27. The 8th Grade Class sponsors the breakfast fundraiser each year to raise money for their class gift. This year's chairs. Ashlee & Karl Kinsel and Tashya & Lane Riggs, led the eighth grade boys and their parents on a great adventure. Donning their best cowboy and cowgirl duds, folks enjoyed tacos – over 1,400 were hand-rolled, thanks to the eighth graders –served with hot cocoa and coffee and biscuits and gravy. Adorable puppies from Cowdog’s Corral (aka SNIPSA) captured the attention of buckaroos of all ages.
The weather set the stage for a perfect morning: just chilly enough to have the campfires going. Live music from Dr. Hall and Dr. Hedges kept everyone in the country spirit and cowboy ropers (grandparent, Mr. Richard Sample, and SAA dads Karl Kinsel and James Oliver) demonstrated and taught their lassoing skills. If it's been a while since you've attended Cowboy Breakfast at SAA, be sure not to miss it next year on January 26, 2018.

Thank you to the 8th grade class and their families for hosting this traditional SAA event!
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