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Thank you to everyone
who participated in the raffle. We are pleased to announce that we
sold 385 tickets for
a total of $3,850! The
lucky Raffle Winner is Lee Payne. She will be receiving a check
for $1,925. Also,
the Newton Family are the winners of the
Holiday World Tickets for selling the most raffle tickets!
Congratulations and thank
have a new addition to our carpool lane! The Blok Family earned
the right to "Name the Carpool Line" by being the highest
bidder at our recent Bluegrass Bourbon & Basketball event. Thank you
for giving our carpool lane a name!
Summit Idol Registration Ends Today!
Don't let your student
miss their moment in the spotlight! Application forms are available
at the front desk. Auditions will be held this Wednesday and
Thursday, April 30 & May 1 (each applicant must attend one
Thank you to Mr.
Jerry Mobley, Edward Jones Financial Advisors, for donating the tree
saplings that were sent home for Earth Day. If you have planted the
tree and have any photos of it, please share them with us! Send
photos via email
to Teri Hardman.
week of May
12-16, we will be collecting money for WHAS Crusade for Children. Last
year we raised $1,500 for the Crusade and we would love to exceed that
amount in 2014! The Crusade for Children has been extremely generous to
Summit Academy - providing over $166,000 over the past 17 years that
has funded our Pre-K/K programs, technology advancements, and needed
equipment and instructional materials.
This year we will be competing to
see which faculty members will get slimed! (...and
to be made into a
will have collection containers in the lobby for each participating
faculty member. The lucky ones with the most money at the end of the
week will get slimed by our students at the Carnival!
how the collection will work:
Friday: paper money
anyone has a coin counting machine we could borrow for the week of May
12-16, please let us know!**
Our Drama Club did it again! We enjoyed
another fantastic performance with last week's hilarious production of A Right Royal Mess.
Have a Story to Tell?
Would you like to share a story about your experience at
are looking for personal stories we can share with others who may not know
about our school and mission. Your story could be included in
newsletters, donor communications, on our website and/or social media
outlets, as well as in our marketing videos. We can share numbers and
but it is the personal stories that make the true
We want to hear from parents,
grandparents, students and teachers. You don't have to write a novel -
just a few words or paragraphs on the impact Summit has made in your
family or your own life. Your story can also be submitted anonymously.
Stories can be submitted via email to Teri
Hardman. If you and/or your child are interested in being a part of our
video next year, please contact Chevonne via email or at
Attention Soon-To-Be Grads!
8th Grade Portraits
Individual portraits and a group photo will be taken on Tuesday, May 6.
Eighth grade students should arrive at school in their regular uniform
and bring a change of clothes for the pictures. You will receive
further information on pictures and attire in the coming weeks.
This year's brunch will be held on Wednesday May 28th at
9:30 a.m. at the Hurstbourne Country Club. Please
be sure to RSVP to Jenny Segin if you are planning to attend. You may
do so via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or
are again offering exciting summer programs here at Summit Academy!
I Can! is individual tutoring
that will help give your child a solid foundation and a thorough
understanding of the concepts and skills needed for the next leg
of his or her academic journey. One-on-one tutoring is available in
all subject areas, and uses proven strategies to meet the
educational needs of your student. Tutoring sessions are
50-minutes long, and can be scheduled any number of times per week
to work around your summer schedule.
Discovery is being offered this summer from 9:00 - 12:00 a.m. for
students entering K - 4. It is the perfect combination of fun,
socialization, discovering new skills and interests, and academic
skills reinforcement. Technology, nature, cooking, models, and arts
& crafts are just some of the discovery topics!
programs will run June 16 - August 1 (closed June 30 - July 4).
Register now online, at the front desk, or
Summit Academy staff, students, and
families gather annually at the Louisville Zoo to participate in the 5K
Throo the Zoo run/walk. This year's Throo the Zoo will take place on Saturday, May 10.
Join the Summit
Academy Fitness Club and other students and families! (All who
participate get admission to the zoo for the rest of the day.) Each
participant will be responsible for their own
registration fee and bib number pick up. The Summit group will meet in
the bus parking lot before the race.
CLICK HERE for more information
and to register.
Contact Janna Mathews
with any questions.
Academy of Greater Louisville