Remember that we will dismiss at
12:00 p.m. this Friday. Happy Easter and have a fun & relaxing
Spring Break next week!
for the 15-16 school year, please be sure to
complete your financial aid application as soon as possible if you
have not already. To do so FOLLOW THIS LINK.
HAVE YOU ORDERED YOUR YEARBOOK YET?
The deadline for pre-order is this Friday, April 3. Pre-ordered books are $15, after the pre-order
period the price will be $20 per book. There will be only a
limited number of "extra" yearbooks ordered so be sure to reserve your copy this week!
Additional order forms are available at the front desk.
If you are able, please consider donating a yearbook
so that every student may receive a copy.
This week's coffee
talk will focus on details for high school - curriculum design,
Wednesday, April 1, at 8:30 a.m. in the conference
For those that will be traveling over spring
break, we know how long those
car rides can be for restless children! CLICK HERE for Literacy on the
Go activities you can bring along for the ride.
Coffee Talk 7th & 8th
Wednesday, April 1, 8:30a
Friday, April 3
Street, Louisville, 40343
17th. 8:00 AM -1:30 PM
1-800-RED CROSS or visit redcrossblood.org and enter
"Summit AcademyLouKY" to schedule a donor
bring gently used or new children's books in English and Spanish
and/or school supplies. They will be donated to a local after school
program for primarily Hispanic children.
you for your support!
Contribute to our Yearbook
We want to know
special stuff about your student for the yearbook!
To participate, CLICK HERE and (you or your
student) can fill out a short online questionnaire. The survey
answers will then be considered for use in our yearbook. If you
prefer a paper copy CLICK HERE for a printable version
or fill one out at the front desk.
We need your pictures!
Send photos of all things Summit to Chevonne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
YOUR FAVORITE SUMMIT TEACHER ON A TROPICAL VACATION!
week, each student will receive 10 raffle tickets to Send a Teacher
Packing - an easy way to show appreciation for your favorite
teacher(s). Families, students, & friends can nominate any
teacher by purchasing as many raffle tickets as they would like for
$5 each. Tickets can be purchased by anyone - students,
parents, grandparents, alumni, even teachers!
April 23, immediately following the Spring Drama Production, we will
draw the lucky teacher who will enjoy a nice, relaxing vacation in a
2 bedroom, 2 bath condo in Naples, Florida!
The more "nominations", the more entries for that teacher
and the more chances to win.
addition to the deserving teacher, the person who purchased or sold
the winning ticket will receive a birthday party package for 10
people from All About Kids!
Look for your
tickets and more information coming home early this week.
As you may have heard,
Summit Academy has been named an Official Charity of the 2015
Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon! We have several runners who are
running as part of team Running 4 Summit and raising money on our
- Brian Faulkner
- Doug Rose
- Janna Mathews
- Michael Columbus
have also been asked to provide volunteers at either the expo nights
before the race or at the finish line.
We have 10 openings for volunteers - (must be 16 and older, although
younger children may accompany a parent). Volunteers will each
receive an official KDF Marathon Volunteer shirt.
a great way to show your appreciation to the organizers for selecting
Summit Academy as an Official Charity AND cheer on our Running4Summit
If you can help
at either of these time slots, please let Teri Hardman know ASAP:
- Option 1: Expo Packet Pick-up:
Thursday April 23, 3:30 - 8:00 p.m.
- Option 2: Expo Packet Pick-up:
Friday April 24, 6:00 - 9:30 p.m
- Option 3: Finish Line
(distributing drinks, etc to runners):
Saturday April 25, 7:00 - 10:30 a.m.
Can't decide if running the 2015 Kentucky Derby Festival
is for you? For
time, KDF is offering $10 off
registration fees for those wanting to be a part of
register for the race, be sure to join the Running4Summit team! CLICK HERE and select
"Become a Fundraiser".