Our Holiday Program this year featured musical performances by primary and kindergarten as well as an amazing production of The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. It was a fabulous show! We are so proud of our students! Check out the gallery below. Thank you to our paparazzi, Adam Hribek and Jennifer Fisher, for taking wonderful photos!
Backward walking, forward walking, hopping, skipping, dancing… these are some of what we saw last Thursday as students, staff, and parents circled around the parking lot for the 3rd annual PTO Walk-A-Thon! We are fortunate to have a PTO that is so dedicated to our students and staff. Thank you those who made this happen
Our drama club students really nailed it this time with their hilarious performance of Wooing Wed Widing Hood. In this tale, three princes must pass several “tasks” in competition to see who will get to “woo wed widing hood.” See more from the performance below. Meet Mr. & Mrs. Hood, Little Red’s couch potato parents, who never
Parade day was a bit soggy this year but we didn’t let that get our spirits down for very long. The enthusiasm shown by our group far overshadowed the untimely rain drops. Ms. Payne and Mr. Harris had the right attitude. Why let a little precipitation rain on our parade? Mrs. Mathews and the cheerleaders helped keep spirits high with help from
Soggy weather didn’t keep us from enjoying the last day of school, celebrated each year with the Summit Academy School Carnival. As carnivals go, there were the usual suspects – food, excitement, activities, and most of all, fun. This year’s carnival did not disappoint! Thank you to the Scheler family for donating the carnival concessions. What’s
At some point in our lives, we’ve all been to graduations; either participating or watching proudly as someone we love is honored for their achievements. And from preschool through college, they all have some things in common. There are pictures taken… There are heartfelt hugs and often tears… Awards are accepted… And Graduation Certificates are
Summit students showcased a range of talent in our 10th annual Summit Idol performances last week. Each participant was presented a unique award for outstanding performance and our students voted on who they thought should be the next Summit Idol! Special thanks to this year’s judges – Mr. Elliott as Harry, Mrs. Hill as J-Lo, and Mr. Hribek as
The Summit Academy Drama Club did it again! Gran’s Guide to Stop an Ogre (Also Works for Witches & Bullies) was a comedy with a long name and a strong message: STOP BULLYING! Zach (Andrew, 7th) and Lilly (Emily, 7th) are having problems with bullies at school. Gran (Anne, 8th) is getting on in her